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Here you'll find all the audiovisual content (podcasts and videos) produced by the CEU Democracy Institute and its researchers.

An Empirical Comparison of Seven Populist Attitudes Scales

Levente Littvay has a conversation with Bruno Castanho Silva about the development of their Populism Scale and PRQ article "An Empirical Comparison of Seven Populist Attitudes Scales" (2020).

Balint Magyar and Balint Madlovics on The Anatomy of Post-Communist Regimes at Stanford University

Our Senior Research Fellow Balint Magyar and Junior Research Fellow Balint Madlovics presented their book at Stanford University.

The New Logic of Democratic Politics

RevDem editor Ferenc Laczo talks with Chris Bickerton about his latest book Technopopulism.

New Podcast: When Journalists Organize and Take Back the Newsroom

In the fifth episode of the CMDS podcast series, Andrea Gálvez, a journalist based in Argentina, takes over and tells the story of Tiempo Argentino's rebirth as a journalistic cooperative.

Citizens as Masters of the EU Treaties

Who are really the masters of the EU treaties and where does constituent power in the European Union lie — Markus Patberg, interviewed by Kasia Krzyżanowska, offers his answers to these questions.

It’s Not Only About the Rule of Law: Poland and Hungary in the EU

The EU rule of law framework is not the best way to check compliance with the EU’s basic values, says Gábor Halmai, Professor and Chair of Comparative Constitutional Law, and Director of Graduate Studies at the Law Department of the European University Institute.

Measuring Populist Attitudes

Andrej Zaslove and Steven Van Hauwaert talk about populist attitudes.

The Origins of Populist Attitudes

Kirk Hawkins and Steven Van Hauwaert talk about populist attitudes.

New Podcast: On How to Launch a Paywall in 2002 and Live to Tell the Story

In the fourth episode of the CMDS podcast series the hosts, Dumitrita Holdis and Justin Spike introduce Malaysiakini, one of Malaysia’s most popular news sites.

“We Should Not Hurry With Our Assumption That Democracies Are Falling and Autocracy Is Successful”

The online roundtable discussion sought answers to examine whether China’s Covid-19 management legitimizes its non-democratic system.