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Lauren Leatherby, Mira Rojanasakul / Bloomberg  iconeElected leaders are making the world less democraticNon-press
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23.07.18   41846 
Manuel Humberto Restrepo Domínguez / Alainet  iconeLa corrupción un obstáculo a los derechos humanos (I)
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06.07.18   41776 
Michael Meyer / Project Syndicate  iconeKenya’s perfect stormNon-press
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03.07.18   41757 
Amnesty International  iconeL’inefficacité de la peine de mort contre la corruptionNon-press
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14.06.18   41702 
The Guardian  iconeAustralia remains preferred destination for millionaire migrantsIn the Press
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06.06.18   41649 
Cristina Flesher Fominaya / OpenDemocracy  iconeSpain’s historic motion of no-confidence: how can we understand the ousting of seemingly indestructible Mariano Rajoy, in just 72 hours?Non-press
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01.06.18   41653 
Le Monde  iconeL’île Maurice à la frontière entre optimisation et évasion fiscaleIn the Press
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30.05.18   41637 
Café Babel  iconeIn Romania, ‘funky’ citizens are fighting against government corruptionNon-press
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17.05.18   41593 
France Info  iconeQuand Russes et Chinois se paient un passeport européen, à Malte, pour un million d’eurosIn the Press
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19.04.18   41505 
Qantara  iconeLebanonʹs rubbish crisis and youth protests
"If not us, then who?"Non-press
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09.04.18   41563 
RFI - Radio France Internationale  iconeLa crisis política en PerúIn the Press
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24.03.18   41454 
RFI - Radio France Internationale  iconeCómo los tentáculos de Odebrecht asfixian a las democracias latinoamericanasIn the Press
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23.03.18   41456 
Transparency International  iconePromise and peril : Blockchain, Bitcoin and the fight against corruption Non-press
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31.01.18   41431 
Ranabir Samaddar / The Wire  iconeWhat the crisis in Venezuela tells us about Populism in today’s timeDocuments
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30.08.17   41349 
Emir Sader / ALAINET / Medelu  iconeLa judiciarisation antidémocratique de la politiqueAnalysis
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05.07.17   41331 
Leonardo Boff / ALAINET  iconeThe political strength of hopeAnalysis
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05.07.17   41330 
Jean-Paul Betbèze / Fondation Robert Schuman  iconeIn the upcoming G20: what issues are at stake?Documents
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03.07.17   41321 
François Houtart / CETRI  iconeLe Venezuela d’aujourd’hui et de demainAnalysis
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26.06.17   41313 
Bálint Magyar / Project Syndicate  iconeThe EU’s Mafia StateAnalysis
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21.06.17   41296 
Nina L. Khrushcheva / Project Syndicate  iconeThe Death of the PartyAnalysis
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20.06.17   41287 
Manuella Libardi / Open Democracy  iconeOdebrecht: the largest corruption network in Latin America Documents
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17.05.17   41204 
Mario Osava / IPS  iconeMega-Projects have magnified corruption in BrazilIn the Press
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04.05.17   41245 
Maurice Lemoine / Mémoire des luttes  iconeGuerre sournoise en Equateur, guerre totale au VenezuelaAnalysis
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27.04.17   41136 
Observatoire des inégalités  iconeChangeons les règles du jeuNon-press
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25.04.17   41127 
Frédérique Zingaro, Mathilde Bonnassieux / ARTE  iconeBrésil : le grand bond en arrièreDocuments
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18.04.17   41168 
Javier Tolcachier / Alainet  icone¿De qué democracia hablamos?Analysis
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05.04.17   41061 
Aleksandra Eriksson / Euobserver  iconeFake news debunkers prepare for French and German votesAnalysis
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03.04.17   41070 
Lili Fuhr, Simon Taylor / Project Syndicate  iconeHow Corruption Fuels Climate ChangeAnalysis
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23.03.17   41040 
Amy Goodman / Al Jazeera  iconeNoam Chomsky
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Abdul Razac Napon, Mien de Graeve, Wouter Elsen / Observatoire des Multinationales  iconeDe la Françafrique à la corruption : les dessous de la filière coton au Burkina FasoAnalysis
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Elected leaders are making the world less democratic

Author : Lauren Leatherby, Mira Rojanasakul / Bloomberg
Lately, voters in established democracies seem eager to shake things up.
Brexit revealed underlying cracks in the European Union. An anti-immigration backlash led to a wave of right-wing populist victories in Europe. And U.S. voters elected President Donald Trump, who has lavished praise on several strongmen leaders. Last week, he sided with Russia President Vladimir Putin over the U.S. intelligence community (he later said he misspoke—and then walked back his walk-back).
On the surface, these shifts in governments show precisely what a functioning democracy is capable of—voters dictate what they want at the ballot box.
But not all elections are equal.

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