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It was a successful popular movement for empowerment. And it was a close call: the parliamentary leader tried to declare himself prime minister, Armenians took to the streets in creative, even artistic, civil disobedience on a mass scale. They successfully stopped the slide to authoritarianism. Is this success for democracy replicable? Our guest Anna Ohanyan, Distinguished Professor of Political Science and International Relations (herself raised in Soviet occupied Armenia) explains what happened and what can be learned to bolster democracy everywhere. How did the people do it? Listen in.

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It’s 2017 and no one would dispute that Germany is indeed “Europe’s pre-emininent power.” But on April 6, one hundred years ago America declared war for the explicit purpose of preventing this, though no one was really sure what the

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Washington Post Politics – Inside the exclusive events helping to fund Clinton and the Democratic Party Washington Post quotes KDA’s Burt Cohen on money in politics See Article:

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