In this video, Marius Dragomir, Director of our Center for Media, Data and Society discusses media information and disinformation amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Ken Roberts talks to Levente Littvay about "Populism, Political Conflict and Grass Roots Organization in Latin America."
Can a series of mass protests lead to democratization? The latest discussion in our Hotspots of Democracy series explored the situation in Kazakhstan and helped putting the local developments in a regional frame.
Did you miss our event with Shalini Randeria, László Bruszt, Mathias Möschel, Michael Ignatieff, Stephen Holmes, Helena Rosenblatt, András Sajó and Renáta Uitz? Watch it now!
Bram Spruyt talks to Levente Littvay about one of Levi's favorite populism papers. Bram wrote this paper with Mark Elchardus in which they put a uniquely political psychological twist on populist attitude research.
Did you miss our event with EP Vice President Michal Šimečka, Hungarian PM Candidate Péter Márki-Zay, Princeton Professor Kim Lane Scheppele, our Senior Research Fellow András Sajó, our Co-Director Renáta Uitz, and journalist Benjamin Novak? Watch it now!
Dorottya Redai talks about "Fairyland is for Everyone," a volume containing fairy tales by contemporary authors with diverse characters from various marginalized or disadvantaged groups.
Did you miss the lecture by Rafael Labanino on how democratic backsliding affects interest representation and intermediation? Watch it now.
A conversation with Hans-Georg Betz and Levente Littvay about Hans-Georg's foundational article "The New Politics of Resentment: Radical Right-Wing Populist Parties in Western Europe.”