from The Internationalist and International Institutions and Global Governance Program

Public Perspectives Toward Democracy

A woman carrying her child casts her vote during general elections in the district of Poroy in Cuzco, Peru on April 10, 2016. Janine Costa/Reuters

October 27, 2017

A woman carrying her child casts her vote during general elections in the district of Poroy in Cuzco, Peru on April 10, 2016. Janine Costa/Reuters
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Democratization

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U.S. Foreign Policy

I was recently featured on a panel with Katie Simmons and Ken Wollack, moderated by Bruce Stokes, that discussed global public opinion toward democracy amid the rise of populists and autocrats, and the implications for the future of democracy and U.S. foreign policy. The discussion follows the release of a Pew Research Center survey in thirty-eight countries on attitudes toward democracy.

You can check out the video of our discussion below or on CFR’s event page.

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