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The Review of Democracy, or RevDem, is an open platform to discuss, analyze, reflect on, and develop possible solutions to the challenges to democracy across the globe today. The journal is published by the CEU Democracy Institute. To access it, please click on the button below.

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The Polish Constitutional Tribunal Judgment: European Integration in Question?

Our roundtable, co-organized with Review of Democracy, brought together experts in the Rule of Law in the EU to debate whether the judgment throws European integration into question.

From Ruling by Cheating to the West’s Strategic Mistakes: Latest in RevDem

Read the latest publications by the Review of Democracy, our journal aimed at discussing, analyzing, reflecting on, and developing possible solutions to the challenges to democracy across the globe today.

German Elections – How Critical Will They Be?

On 20th September, the CEU Democracy Institute hosted a roundtable discussion on the upcoming German elections with Sheri Berman, Carsten Q. Schneider, Thomas Poguntke and Brigid Laffan, chaired by Wolfgang Merkel.

From the Corrective Power of the Populists to Chile’s Unexpected Civil Revolution: Latest in RevDem

Read the latest publications by the Review of Democracy, our journal aimed at discussing, analyzing, reflecting on, and developing possible solutions to the challenges to democracy across the globe today.

“Do the People Feel That Democracy Is Delivering for Them?”

It is the different levels of plurality that characterizes California and Hungary, Lieutenant Governor of California Eleni Kounalakis, former U.S. Ambassador to Hungary said in a conversation with Michael Ignatieff, President and Rector of CEU.

DI Hosts Conversation Between Eleni Kounalakis and Michael Ignatieff

On Monday, June 14th, at 7 pm CET, the CEU Democracy Institute and its online journal, the Review of Democracy will host its next event, Perspectives on Democracy: A Conversation Between Eleni Kounalakis and Michael Ignatieff.

Review of Democracy Launch Event Reflects on the Future of Europe

The Conference on the Future of Europe should give voice to citizens’ needs, and even though it may lack clear commitment on the outputs and procedural transparency, it is still a unique opportunity to effectively channel citizen mobilization at EU level. Still, the lack of commitment from Member States is a warning sign, panelists of the discussion argued.

From Conversations With Fukuyama To Sustainable Democracy: The Week With the RevDem

Read the latest publications of our journal, the Review of Democracy.