The pandemic raises difficult questions about whether liberal democracies can adequately protect their citizens.
To the extent that perceptions of a crisis in liberal democracy in Europe can be confirmed, this paper investigates the nature of the problem and its causes.
Anthony Zacharzewski explores the challenges involved in trying to fix democracy in a period when society generally is facing huge upheaval.
Angelos Chryssogelos outlines why social media platforms have the potential to change in bringing together users from different backgrounds and with different beliefs.
Hans Kundnani invites you to have your say as we open the black box of think-tank research.
According to the evidence, not on its own.
The digital revolution doesn’t just raise issues of privacy. It fundamentally alters the conception of free and sovereign humans on which liberal democracy is based.
Digital technology enables the emergence of a new kind of democratic participation that can help Europe overcome a loss of trust in government.
Does the web produce particular outcomes because of how it is built, or does it merely reflect society?