Autocratization Changing Nature?

60 Pages Posted: 10 Mar 2022 Last revised: 1 Jun 2022

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Vanessa Alexandra Boese

University of Gothenburg - V-Dem Institute

Nazifa Alizada

University of Gothenburg - V-Dem Institute

Martin Lundstedt

Independent

Kelly Morrison

University of Gothenburg - Varieties of Democracy Institute

Natalia Natsika

Independent

Yuko Sato

Independent

Hugo Tai

Independent

Staffan I. Lindberg

University of Gothenburg - Varieties of Democracy Institute; University of Gothenburg - Department of Political Science

Date Written: March 1, 2022

Abstract

We are pleased to present the Democracy Report 2022 from the V-Dem Institute. Our report comes during challenging times as the world is facing a war in Europe, rising tensions in the East Asia-Pacific region, a return of military and other coups, and new heights of polarization across many societies. It is our hope that the Democracy Report 2022 will contribute to a greater understanding of the global challenges to democracy.

Suggested Citation

Boese, Vanessa Alexandra and Alizada, Nazifa and Lundstedt, Martin and Morrison, Kelly and Natsika, Natalia and Sato, Yuko and Tai, Hugo and Lindberg, Staffan I., Autocratization Changing Nature? (March 1, 2022). Democracy Report 2022. Varieties of Democracy Institute (V-Dem)., Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=4052548 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.4052548

Vanessa Alexandra Boese (Contact Author)

University of Gothenburg - V-Dem Institute ( email )

Sweden

Nazifa Alizada

University of Gothenburg - V-Dem Institute ( email )

United States

Martin Lundstedt

Independent ( email )

Kelly Morrison

University of Gothenburg - Varieties of Democracy Institute ( email )

Sprängkullsgatan 19
C-building level 3
Gothenburg, Gothenburg 405 30
Sweden

HOME PAGE: http://kellyemorrison.com

Natalia Natsika

Independent ( email )

Yuko Sato

Independent ( email )

Hugo Tai

Independent ( email )

Staffan I. Lindberg

University of Gothenburg - Varieties of Democracy Institute ( email )

Sprängkullsgatan 19
Gothenburg, Gothenburg 405 30
Sweden

HOME PAGE: http://v-dem.net

University of Gothenburg - Department of Political Science ( email )

Box 711
Gothenburg, S-405 30
Sweden

HOME PAGE: http://www.pol.gu.se

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