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55 Voices for Democracy: Francis Fukuyama

55 Voices for Democracy: Francis Fukuyama

I’m very delighted to be asked to participate in this “55 Voices” series in honor of Thomas Mann and to be in Thomas Mann’s house in Pacific Palisades. I think that Thomas Mann is particularly relevant to the present moment in a couple of respects. I think that the role that he played as an exile from Nazi Germany, his “Listen, Germany!” lectures that were delivered into Nazi Germany during the war, in a way set a important precedent for…

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Investigating the connections between nationalism and democracy — Maya Tudor at The Interval

Investigating the connections between nationalism and democracy — Maya Tudor at The Interval

So the core hypotheses that I’m developing in my research are that an inclusive national narrative, one that’s based on creeds, ideas, principles—some of you’ve read Fukuyama’s recent work on identity, he calls this “credo-nationalism”—that that, all else being equal, helps actually to support democracy. Whereas an exclusive national narrative—one that’s based on fixed identities of race, religion, caste, ethnicity, religion being fixed in most parts of the world as an identity—undermines democracy, all else being equal. And before I…

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“Only a viable opposition can defeat the populists.” A Talk Europe! interview with Francis Fukuyama

“Only a viable opposition can defeat the populists.” A Talk Europe! interview with Francis Fukuyama

In your book “The End of History” you predicted the triumph of the Western liberal democracy as the final form of the human government. Today you struggle to see the future for it. What has changed? I think we went through a 30-year period of sometimes referred to as the third wave of democratisation between the early 70s and the mid 2000s, in which the number of democracies expanded very dramatically. But that wave has run out of steam and…

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Francis Fukuyama: Identity Politics – The Demand for Dignity and the Nation State’s Future

Francis Fukuyama: Identity Politics – The Demand for Dignity and the Nation State’s Future

Sehr geehrte Herr Bundespräsident, meine Damen und Herren. Ladies and gentlemen, good evening and a very warm welcome. It is wonderful to see you here. I am technically still before the curtain, my name is Almut Möller, I am delighted to be invited to help facilitate the conversation of this evening. And I would like to encourage those – since we are going to have, in a good European spirit, at least two languages on the podium – to make…

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The rise of a populist nationalism

The rise of a populist nationalism

how would you define nationalism white nationalism and what are the dangers of this rising global tide of nationalism I think that white nationalism has borrowed from the left the kind of framing of identity politics and so instead of simply saying well we're the you know we're the majority that are setting the rules they project themselves as being victims you know we're the victims of these elites that are putting the interests of minorities and women and gays…

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POLITICAL IDEOLOGY AND END OF IDEOLOGY || UPSC EXAM || UGC NET

POLITICAL IDEOLOGY AND END OF IDEOLOGY || UPSC EXAM || UGC NET

hello friends welcome back again to another video in this video I will talk about political ideology and end of ideology before learn about political ideology we have to clear the concept of ideology so what is ideology ideology is a complete set of beliefs values ideas norms guidelines of people which are translated into ideology this means I tolet II is formed when a group of people having similar beliefs fellows or thoughts needs and they agree upon a…

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Stanford's Francis Fukuyama on Political Order and Political Decay

Stanford's Francis Fukuyama on Political Order and Political Decay

well thanks and welcome to Stanford into FSI it's Jonah said I'm the director of something called the Center on democracy development in the rule of law so we look at political change the development of national level political institutions the question of democracy around the world is very you know central to what we do and I was just by the way like to say that I I really appreciate meeting with this group but both of my sons…

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Political Development and Political Decay: Overview

Political Development and Political Decay: Overview

i'm frank Fukuyama I'm the Bernard Schwartz professor of international political economy and this will actually be the first event in the Bernard Schwartz forum on constructive capitalism for this year I'm invited to give a lot of talks about things that I'm working on at different universities and it occurred to me there would be nice to do this at size as well and since I run this forum I get to control who speaks in it I thought…

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Francis Fukuyama: National Identity vs. Identity Politics

Francis Fukuyama: National Identity vs. Identity Politics

democratic societies of course are pluralistic and they have these differences in experience but if they're going to be democratic communities they also have to hold something in common they have to have certain common values in order to discuss to deliberate to you know work together in the context of democratic institutions and when identity begins to stress you know difference rather than shared experience or if you say you've got these different lived experiences but no possibility of…

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"Only a viable opposition can defeat the populists." A Talk Europe! interview with Francis Fukuyama

"Only a viable opposition can defeat the populists." A Talk Europe! interview with Francis Fukuyama

In Zeiten, in denen die Fundamenteder liberalen Demokratie in Frage gestellt werden, sind laut Politikwissenschaftler und Autor Francis Fukuyama Wahlen der einzig mögliche Weg um die Populisten zu besiegen. In Ihrem Buch „Das Ende der Geschichte“haben Sie prognostiziert, dass sich die liberale Demokratie des Westens als diegeeignetste Regierungsform durchsetzen wird. Heute kämpft sie um ihr Überleben.Was ist passiert? Wir haben eine 30-jährige Phase durchlebt,die sogenannte dritte Welle der Demokratisierung zwischen den frühen70ern und der Mitte der 2000er-Jahre. In dieser Zeit…

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