Political science PhD student Emilia Simison has found that despotic regimes vary, and the move to democracy doesn’t necessarily guarantee policy change.
Built at MIT Lincoln Laboratory, the RIO program automatically detects and analyzes social media accounts that spread disinformation across a network.
PhD student Minh Trinh studies misreporting of government statistics and the effect on accountability in his home country of Vietnam.
MIT students lead first-ever Global Teaching Labs workshop in Sudan.
Former British foreign minister says “countervailing power” must be developed to protect human rights and safeguard democracy.
As the United Kingdom's foreign secretary, Miliband drove advancements in human rights and became known as “one of the ablest, most creative public servants of our time.”
New project by inventor of LobbyView.org will advance trade theory and the ability of citizens to influence public policymaking.
The author of “The Narrow Corridor,” about the battle to sustain democracy, weighs in on the country’s political condition.
MIT political scientist explains the responsibilities leaders have for shaping and sharing factual, truthful information in the nation's political discourse.
MIT student groups come together to host “voter mobilization festival” featuring Institute leaders, famed artists, and elected officials.