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CEU Democracy Institute  podcasts feature interviews and discussions about cutting-edge research in the field of democratic theory, processes of de- and re-democratization and other topics on the Institute’s research agenda.  Researchers at the Institute and its Review of Democracy (RevDem) also provide additional readings and comments for opportunities of deepening knowledge on the specific topic,  making it ideal for both curriculum development and individual study. 

New Podcast: Zsolt Enyedi on the Hungarian Election

Our Research Affiliate Zsolt Enyedi was interviewed by Cas Mudde for his Radikaal Podcast series.

New Podcast: Dangerous Laws

The eighth episode of the Sleepwalking Through the Assault on Democracy series, produced in cooperation with the Johannesburg Holocaust & Genocide Centre (JHGC) focuses on the importance of safeguarding the law.

Antisemitism and Gender in Hungary

In this podcast by Bet Debora - Jewish Women's Perspectives our Research Affiliate Andrea Peto talks to Aniko Felix, a Hungarian Sociologist, Case Manager for Combating Antisemitism at the World Jewish Congress.

New Podcast: Dangerous Men

The seventh episode of the Sleepwalking Through the Assault on Democracy series, produced in cooperation with the Johannesburg Holocaust & Genocide Centre (JHGC) focuses on “dangerous men” and toxic masculinity.

Top Frequently Asked Questions About Populism

Is populism a threat to democracy? If populism is bad, how to counter it? In this new episode of the DEMOS podcast, three experts, including our Research Affiliate Levente Littvay answer Google’s top 5 frequently asked questions about populism.

New Podcast: Dangerous Fires

The sixth episode of the Sleepwalking Through the Assault on Democracy series, produced in cooperation with the Johannesburg Holocaust & Genocide Centre (JHGC) focuses on “dangerous fires.”

Newest Episode of Democracy in Question Podcast Features Andras Sajo

The episode explores the political phenomena related to governance in illiberal democracies. The series is hosted by CEU's President and Rector, Shalini Randeria.

2021’s End of Year Special

RevDem editors Laszlo Bruszt, Oliver Garner, Kasia Krzyzanowska, Ferenc Laczo, and Michal Matlak discuss their favorite RevDem content, as well as the year’s highlights and the most significant developments of the year.

The Diplomacy of Genocide and the Sinister Ambition of Permanent Security

Dirk Moses in the second part of his conversation with Ferenc Laczo on the diplomacy of genocide and the deeply sinister ambitions of permanent security.

The Problems of Genocide

Dirk Moses in conversation with Ferenc Laczo on his last book “The Problems of Genocide. Permanent Security and the Language of Transgression”.