Democracy

Gerrymandering Goes to the Supreme Court

After Monday's announcement, the fate of our democratic institutions may rest with Justice Anthony Kennedy.

By Scott Lemieux

Brazil's Unravelling Political Institutions

As the foundations of Brazilian democracy continue to crumble, it's time we take notice.

By Gianpaolo Baiocchi

Power Is Not Finite

Editor Michael Tomasky talks with Eric Liu about his new book on how to create and deploy citizen power.

By Eric Liu

Erdogan's Win, Turkey's Loss

In one of the first Muslim republics, democracy is now on life support.

By Emre Celik

Fuller House

Would larger parliamentary bodies help solve the problems facing modern democracies?

By Nathan Pippenger