The phenomenon of disinformation is nothing new. What distinguishes it today is the omnipresent presence of the Internet and social networks, which have radically transformed the way we access information.
We are all part of a greater interconnected system and need to frame our problems in real-world contexts. It is all interconnected — the climate, our environments, and our health, nothing can be tackled in isolation.
If partisan sympathies or antipathies regulate affections and stiffen worldviews, models of society and prognoses about the future in such opposing ways, it should come as no surprise that every aspect of life becomes a trench.
2022 was the sixth consecutive year of democratic regression. This persistent decline raises crucial questions about the viability and sustainability of democratic values on a global scale and the challenges facing the current political landscape.