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Bridging the Generational Gap
The political engagement of women, minorities and young people continues to lag in many democracies, but their participation is integral to the resilience of democratic institutions. In an interactive session featuring student representatives from the American College of Greece and the Global Liberal Arts Alliance, we explore why, and uncover possible solutions and strategies for leaders and policy makers.
When Technology Collides with Citizenship
Rapid advances in social media, A.I., robotics and other technological innovations have disrupted all facets of society, government and business, for better and for worse. How can these enormous forces be harnessed, and their dangers managed? What is the role of regulation — if any?
Migrants at the Gate
Millions of people fleeing war, hunger and danger
have come to be perceived by many as a threat.
How have some democracies dealt with this
Democracy and the Law
“Law should govern,” declared Aristotle,
proclaiming a fundamental principle of democratic
rule now under threat as illiberal leaders assail
the independence of the courts. What is the
response? What is the role of transnational legal
What is the Business of Business?
Back in the 1970s, Milton Friedman wrote in The
Times that “the business of business is business.”
In a chaotic and hyperconnected world, does
this still ring true? Where do profit and social
The Beginning of the End?
As people around the world ascribe less
importance to living in a democracy, what can
Western liberal democracies do to restore their
The Allure of the Illiberal
In countries around the world, voters have recently rallied around leaders who embrace an authoritarian, nationalistic and separatist worldview and curtail civil freedoms, independent institutions and an open media. What is the allure?
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