This series is co-edited by Daniele Archibugi of the Italian National Research Council, and Marco Cellini of LUISS University in Rome. Their lead essay can be found here.
We Should Worry About Authoritarian Practices, Not Just Populist Leaders
Democracy, diversity and the protracted populism of Turkey
Japanese Constitutional Principles as a Bridgehead to Global Democracy
The Three Ps of Populism: Personification, Popularity and Provocation
Populism and the Politically Excluded: Lessons From Ancient Rome
How dangerous is populism for democracy?
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