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Andrea Peto on Gender and Illiberalism

Gender and illiberalism “have been recently connected in new ways, hence producing fundamentally new forms of relationality," our Research Affiliate Andrea Peto said in an interview for the book Conversations on Illiberalism.

“The present form of illiberalism is a joint result of the structural failures of the European (neo)liberal democratic project, the dark legacy of European history, and the complexities of the concept of gender,” she argued.

The edited volume is a collection of interviews with 50 scholars, conducted by Marlene Laruelle (Elliott School of International Affairs, The George Washington University).

Learn more about the book and download it here.