Despite the overall global trend of democratic backsliding, dozens of countries have experienced democratic openings during the past ten years—what the Biden administration calls democratic “bright spots.”
In a new paper, Thomas Carothers and Benjamin Feldman differentiate four types of bright spots and identify thirty-two countries where bright spots have emerged. Understanding the variety and outcomes of these positive political junctures is key to crafting more effective ways to support them.
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