“It seems that the more EU authority expands, the more the democratic legitimacy of the Union is in trouble”. The analysis by Daniele Gallo and Cristina Fasone
How is it possible that knowledge and understanding have become something to be weary of? Roberto Saviano interviewed at LUISS University Tom Nichols, author of the book “La conoscenza e i suoi nemici. L’era dell’incompetenza e i rischi per la democrazia”, LUISS University Press, 2018 (The Death of Expertise, Oxford University Press, 2017).
Today, as Indian politics sees a rise in violence against religious, ethnic and other minorities, and the erosion of empathy as a public value, a return to Gandhi can help heal the deep divisions growing within the country. A recent Supreme Court judgment protecting the privacy of citizens gives a new lease of life to the Gandhian insistence on the sovereignty of the self.
An excerpt, for Open, from the new book “The Impact of the Economic Crisis of Southern European Democracies” by Leonardo Morlino and Francesco Raniolo
In un incontro organizzato dalla School of Government della LUISS, John Ikenberry discute dell’ordine internazionale liberale con riferimento all’America di Trump e oltre
Leonardo Morlino and Mario Quaranta offer a methodical analysis on how the “quality of democracy” in Europe has changed as a result of economic crisis, by identifying three main deteriorations
Michele Sorice, Luciano Fasano e Massimiliano Panarari face the transformation of the democratic system in relation to the innovations in the field of communication in their work “Mass media e sfera pubblica”