Democracy is in trouble. The gains of the post-war era have stalled and both mature and nascent democracies across the world are struggling to survive and prosper. All the while, China’s authoritarian regime appears to flourish and hopes for greater democratization in the Middle East and elsewhere are fading. So what does the future hold for democracy? Has it really lost momentum? What can be done to reinvigorate it? In these bold and incisive interventions, leading political analysts explore many of the key challenges and debates about democracy in the 21st century.