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The 2023 Princeton International magazine is dedicated to unpacking the worldwide trend away from democracy and toward authoritarianism. Across the University, at home and abroad, Princeton scholars and students are tackling this pressing issue from a multitude of angles.
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2023 edition of ‘Princeton International’ online

The Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies (PIIRS), in conjunction with the Office of International Programs and the Office of the Vice Provost for International Affairs and Operations launched the 2023 edition of Princeton University’s…

Mpala Research Centre's 10-Year Plan Expands Opportunities

The Mpala Research Centre in northern Kenya has been an important international Princeton partner since 1994 when George Small ’43 set up a research center on what was a cattle ranch. The center comprises 48,000 acres of semi-arid savannah and has allowed students and researchers, from Princeton...

Challenges to Democracy: Backsliding and Autocratization

This piece originally appeared in the 2023 Princeton Int'l magazine. Read the magazine here.Democracy is under stress in long-established democracies and authoritarian politics is on the rise. This trend contrasts with recent history. The world experienced its longest and deepest democratic wave...

Fung Global Fellows Program Celebrates 10th Anniversary

In May, the Fung Global Fellows community gathered on campus to mark the program's 10th anniversary, to recognize achievements and celebrate with academic, arts and social events. Marquee events included remarks by Deborah Yashar, Donald E. Stokes Professor of Public and International Affairs,...