No. 681-1, January 2019
- Dynamics of Polarization in the Greek Case
- Elite Conflict, Compromise, and Enduring Authoritarianism: Polarization in Zimbabwe, 1980–2008
- From Illiberal Democracy to Military Authoritarianism: Intra-Elite Struggle and Mass-Based Conflict in Deeply Polarized Thailand
- Party System Institutionalization and Pernicious Polarization in Bangladesh
- Poland: A Case of Top-Down Polarization
- Polarization in South Africa: Toward Democratic Deepening or Democratic Decay?
- Polarization Without Poles: Machiavellian Conflicts and the Philippines’ Lost Decade of Democracy, 2000–2010
- Polarization, Participatory Democracy, and Democratic Erosion in Venezuela’s Twenty-First Century Socialism
- Reflections: Can American Democracy Still Be Saved?
- The Political Nature of Ideological Polarization: The Case of Hungary
- Toward a Theory of Pernicious Polarization and How It Harms Democracies: Comparative Evidence and Possible Remedies
- Transformations through Polarizations and Global Threats to Democracy
- Turkey: The Slippery Slope from Reformist to Revolutionary Polarization and Democratic Breakdown
- United States: Racial Resentment, Negative Partisanship, and Polarization in Trump’s America