From West to East, the spread of populist and authoritarian regimes is challenging the liberal order and undermining its core values. What are the roots of this phenomenon? And how can they be addressed? To answer these questions Reset Dialogues on Civilizations and the Václav Havel Library are convening a two-day forum with some of the world’s foremost political scientists and philosophers for a comparative examination of the diverse perspectives on liberalism in contemporary political cultures.
- Reset DOC in collaboration with BookCity Milano will present and engage in an open debate on its last volume titled “Mediterranean Challenge: What Pushes People from Africa Northwards”. If you’re based in Milan, join us at Cascina Casottello.
- An International Conference organized by Reset DOC and Reset Dialogues in partnership with the College of William & Mary taking place in Williamsburg, VA, United States.
- An international conference on the evolution of democracy organized by Reset DOC in partnership with Carep – Arab Center for Research and Policy Studies and the support of the Italian Minstry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation
- An International symposium on religious pluralism organised by Reset Dialogues on Civilizations in partnership with the King Abdul-Aziz Foundation.
- An International Symposium organised by Reset Dialogues on Civilizations in partnership with the Giorgio Cini Foundation, the Mominum Foundation and under the patronage of the Ca’ Foscari University of Venice.
- An international conference organized by the Bobst Center for Peace and Justice and the Program in Law and Public Affairs at Princeton University in partnership with Reset Dialogues on Civilizations.
- An International Conference on the “Illiberal Trend” organized by ResetDOC in partnership with the Italian Academy at the Columbia University and the New York Review of Books.
- What are liberal democracy’s greatest weaknesses in the face of spreading populist movements? Reset Dialogues on Civilizations is proud to launch a new series of seminars and public lectures focused on the Illiberal Trend.
- A two-year research project aimed at examining how sacred texts and related theories shape political frames, either toward tolerance and pluralism or, on the contrary, to radicalism and violence.