News & Features
Péter Krekó on how dictators appear stronger than they are
In an article for Foreign Policy based on his essay in the July issue of the Journal, Péter Krekó shows that authoritarians are exaggerating their power and influence abroad. And democratic publics increasingly believe them.
30th Anniversary Event: Democracy Embattled
In celebration of the Journal of Democracy‘s 30th anniversary issue, editors and contributors will gather on January 23 for reflections and discussion on authoritarianism and the global state of democracy.
On 3 December 2020, renowned China scholar Minxin Pei delivered the 17th Annual Lipset Lecture on Democracy in the World. Read his reflections on “Totalitarianism’s Long Shadow,” based on the lecture, in the April Journal.