Yascha Mounk
Yascha Mounk

Yascha Mounk, a lecturer on government at Harvard University and a Carnegie Fellow at New America, is the author of Stranger in My Own Country: A Jewish Family in Modern Germany.

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Aug. 14 2016 8:00 PMThe Week Democracy DiedDark days this summer showed how government by the people—beset by illiberal populists on one side and undemocratic elites on the other—is poised for extinction.
Foreigners
Nov. 14 2015 11:33 AMThe War We Need to FightThe West must fight Islamophobia and Islamist terrorism with the same unwavering resolve.
Foreigners
July 10 2012 1:32 PMEurope Needs a Multiethnic MiracleWhy Jewish Poles, black Germans, and headscarf-wearing Italians are the continent’s best hope.
Foreigners
March 23 2012 4:22 PMSarkozy’s DilemmaWill the French president use the tragedy in Toulouse to scare his people into voting for him? He may have already started.
Politics
June 24 2016 3:46 PMWe Have Entered a New Political EraOne in which popular support for the core institutions of liberal democracy can no longer be taken for granted.
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Jan. 7 2015 3:22 PMEurope’s Brutal TruthEuropeans are both too Islamophobic and too timid to face up to the roots of Islamic fundamentalism.
Foreigners
May 4 2012 3:33 PMFrance’s Turn for the WorseOn Sunday, France will elect a new president. But Europe’s far right has already won.
Politics
March 19 2012 6:40 AMDoes the American Dream Exist Only in Europe?Perhaps. But if you think America’s class system is as rigid as Europe’s, then you don’t know an old-fashioned social hierarchy when you see one.