The world is messy. We cannot put things into neat categories. Like democracy. And that's fine – we should embrace the disorderliness and chill.
If you think all the anti-democratic buzz was about Fidesz and other right-wing parties, think again.
Get ready for our new article series on democracy with our latest quiz. Learn why democracy is a worthy thing to fight for.
Remember how everyone formed into groups in school? It’s not so different in the European Parliament.
Is the party you're thinking of voting for in bed with parties from other countries that are violating basic values? If you're voting centre left, centre right or liberal, then the answer is yes.
Here's how the European Parliament affects your life, and why you should make your voice heard and vote for the representation you want.
What do we mean by ‘anti-values’ and where do we get our data from? Here's the methodology behind our #Vote4Values election tracker.
Our authoritarian leaders continue to hold regular elections featuring a number of real opposition parties. But that doesn't mean any of the opposition parties actually have a chance of winning.
If you're under the impression that what happens at the European Parliament doesn't make a difference in your life, well, you're wrong. Sorry. The EP actually impacts your life quite a bit - one of many reasons you should vote in the upcoming elections.
Although just 42 countries experienced a decline in their democracy last year, one EU state experienced one of the sharpest drops in the ranking. Italy dropped by 12 points, to the 33rd place, in the latest Economist...