In their article published in Journal of Peace Research, our Research Affiliate Erin Kristin Jenne and co-authors Connor Kopchick, Kathleen Gallagher Cunningham and Stephen Saideman examine factors that may impact when emigrated groups mobilize after they move.
Oxford University Press publishes the new book of Zsolt Enyedi, Lead Researcher of our De-/Re-Democratization Workgroup, co-authored with Fernando Casal Bertoa, entitled Party System Closure - Party Alliances, Government Alternatives, and Democracy in Europe.
Yannis Stavrakakis talks to Levente Littvay about his article (with Giorgos Katsambekis) "Left Wing Populism in the European Periphery," and much more.
“Nationalism has greater destructive effects for the international system when combined with populism, demonstrating the importance of distinguishing nationalism and populism conceptually in order to isolate their separate and combined effects on foreign policy,” our Research Affiliate Erin Kristin Jenne argues in her article published in International Affairs.
Speaking at the webinar ‘Is There Still “Rule of Law” in Poland and Hungary?’, organized by European Moments, Zsolt Enyedi, Lead Researcher of our De-/Re-Democratization Working Group discussed the alarming process of monopolization of Hungary’s judiciary by the governing party.
Conversation with Hanspeter Kriesi about his forward pointing review article "Revisiting the Populist Challenge" in the Czech Journal of Political Science.
Kristof Jacobs (Radboud) talks to Steven M. Van Hauwaert about relationship between democratic innovations and populism, both from a supply and demand-side perspective.
“To what extent do science and morals support or, on the contrary, limit democracy when it comes to the latter’s principles, procedures, and policy outcomes,” our Senior Research Fellow Wolfgang Merkel asks in his article published in Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.
Lisa Zanotti (Diego Portales) talks to Steven M. Van Hauwaert about how polarization and populism relate to each other. They pay particular attention to the role of opposition forces and distinguish between affective and ideological polarization.