How to Fix Democracy

Interviews on democracy's past, present, and future

Host Andrew Keen interviews prominent thinkers, writers, politicians, technologists, and business leaders who enlighten and challenge us as we seek the answers to How to Fix Democracy.

Launched in January 2019, this series explores why democracy is not delivering in Europe and North America and how it can be reinvigorated. These interviews bring our audience face to face with the origins, controversies, triumphs, and failures of democracy in the 21st century. Our goal is to analyze what is wrong with democracy and spark conversations about how to fix it.

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Season 4, Episode 3 | Mónica Guzmán |

Season 4, Episode 3 | Mónica Guzmán

What does it mean to engage with someone on the other side of the political aisle? Mónica Guzmán has made it her mission to answer this question and facilitate thoughtful, constructive dialogue between the political left and right in the United States. In this episode of How to Fix Democracy, she joins host Andrew Keen to discuss the dire state of the political landscape in the United States today, as well steps that we can take to fix it.

Season 4, Episode 2 | Peter Wehner and Jonathan Rauch |

Season 4, Episode 2 | Peter Wehner and Jonathan Rauch

In the latest episode of How to Fix Democracy, Peter Wehner and Jon Rauch join host Andrew Keen to discuss the history and implications of the stark transformation undergone by the Republican Party during and after Donald Trump’s presidency. As conservative researchers, they have a unique position to observe and analyze the recent shifts in the American political right.

Season 4, Episode 1 | Cheryl Welch and Arthur Goldhammer |

Season 4, Episode 1 | Cheryl Welch and Arthur Goldhammer

Host Andrew Keen kicks off Season 4 with a discussion of Tocqueville's famous observational text, "Democracy in America." Our fourth season of the podcast will focus on just that: democracy in the United States.