But for a few flare-ups of protest—all quickly and violently quashed—the movement to rid the country of its powerful ruler is all but over.
The authoritarian leader attempted to turn recent local elections into a referendum about national security. The results suggest his tactics did not work.
Authoritarianism has long been linked to support for Donald Trump. New research finds people with that mindset are less likely to care that a political leader is lying.
The prime minister of Hungary is currently dealing with worker protests, but his ascent was driven by anti-immigrant sentiment and difficult economic circumstances.
Radicals are less able to recognize when they're wrong, even in a task having nothing to do with politics.
Bolsonaro's angry, populist campaign rhetoric led many newspapers and public figures worldwide to declare his candidacy a threat to the country's 33-year-old democracy.
Friends and relatives carry the coffin containing the body of the student Gerald Velazquez, shot dead during clashes with riot police in a church near the National Autonomous University of Nicaragua.
Latent authoritarianism is surprisingly common—and a threat to liberal democracy. Psychologist Karen Stenner explains how it is triggered.
The Harvard University psychologist argues humans have the capability to deal with the huge challenges we face. But will we? That's a different question.
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Reveling in the anniversary of the Bolshevik uprising is a difficult proposition for an authoritarian government.