"To survive, democracy requires at least two democratic political parties. We currently only have one. If this doesn’t change, our growing democratic disorder risks mutating into an even more extreme form," comments Daniel Ziblatt in a Harvard Gazette article on what impeachment may mean for the presidency and the future of American democracy.
Former Polish leader Walesa points to economic disruption and rise of nationalism in Europe as the U.S. retreats from its global leadership role at the Forum discussion with CES Director Grzegorz Ekiert.
One day before her Commencement address, members of the CES community, including Resident Faculty Charles Maier and Senior Fellow Sigmar Gabriel, reflect on Chancellor Angela Merkel's contributions as a world leader.