In independent Ukraine, our 25-year experience of referendum democracy is a complicated one - with its peaks and valleys and various attempts to exploit...

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Democracy and the Right to Otherness

Alisa Novichkova ・ July 2014

Striving toward equality, the enactment of resolutions through the institutionalization of choice and the delegation of authority, recognizing the necessity of a...

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Lucan Way: "Pluralism by Default"

Lucan Way’s forthcoming book studies the reasons behind a society’s democratization in the post-Soviet space. Standard approaches have previously outlined the role of constitutional design, civil society, democratic values and culture, and the democratic leadership. Lucan Way argues that pluralism emerges out of weak authoritarian regimes rather than of democratic strength.
Oleh KotsyubaOctober 23, 2015