This is the make up session for the Sandy disrupted November event.
Ivan Krastev, a theorist and chair of the Centre for Liberal Strategies, in Sofia, Bulgaria, thinks about democracy -- and how to reframe it.
Five great revolutions have shaped political culture over the past 50 years, says Ivan Krastev. He shows how each step forward -- from the cultural revolution of the ‘60s to recent revelations in the field of neuroscience -- has also helped erode trust in the tools of democracy. As he says, "What went right is also what went wrong." Can democracy survive?