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Future of Democracy

Reimagining governance for the 21st century in order to preserve core democratic values.


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Toomas Hendrik Ilves is an Estonian politician who served as president from 2006 to 2016.
Aiming to spread democracy, the U.S. has meddled in foreign countries’ politics for decades. Russia just returned the favor.
The idea of the nation as an inclusive community of all citizens is being tossed aside in favor of an officially sanctioned version of nationalism.
Kaya Genc is a novelist and essayist from Istanbul. Kaya is writing a history of Turkish literature for Harvard University Press. His "Under the Shadow" will be publish
Paul is a Front page editor for HuffPost Previously, he was the Homepage editor and Deputy news editor for the U.K. edition. A graduate of King’s College London, he c
I want to believe that when you are sworn in as president of the United States, you will not banish us from this country.
As Europe shuts out refugees and migrants, this Italian doctor has been welcoming them year after year.
“Donald Trump is a living example of the damage the mobocratic algorithms of social media can do to the democratic process.”
After decades at war, Colombia’s FARC fighters may soon face a new struggle: returning to normal life.
Garry Kasparov is the chairman of the Human Rights Foundation and the author of
Sophia Jones is the Middle East correspondent for The WorldPost. She has reported from Turkey, Iraq, Egypt, Tunisia, Jordan, Lebanon, Israel, The West Bank and Gaza. Fo