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Analysis: Using the Data

Democracy in Italy at Stake

On 8 January, Italian football team Lazio was fined 20,000 euros after their fans racially insulted Brescia’s player Mario Balotelli with racial slurs. This is not an isolated incident. Last November, Liliana Segre, an 89-year-old Italian Holocaust survivor and senator for life, was assigned police escort after receiving thousands of threats on social media. READ MORE >>

We take our democracy for granted to our peril

It has been a tough decade for liberal democracy in Europe. Democratic principles, the rule of law, equality, transparency and human rights have been questioned, attacked and undermined by leaders who are euphemistically called “populists” but are in fact displaying all the characteristics of authoritarians. READ MORE >>

Polish Election: Analysing Why PiS Won

Sunday’s election in Poland saw a clear win for the ruling Law and Justice (PiS), with results likely to give the rightwing party led by Jarosław Kaczyński an overall majority in the parliament for the next four years. The election solidifies the party’s rule, allowing it to continue its controversial and illiberal attacks on the rule of law. READ MORE >>