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democracy Tag Archive

The chilling rise of Viktor Orbán

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Faye Navesey on the Hungarian Prime Minister's recent consolidation of power...

Is is ever right to R.O.N?

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Em Richardson decides when it is right to re-open nominations....

Why social media is good for political discourse

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Sesha Subramanian on the virtues of social media, for both citizens and the people who represent them...

Do the Democrats stand a chance against Trump?

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Southbend mayor Pete Buttigieg has dropped out of the democrat race, with Elizabeth Warren also absolving since. Bidens exile into semi-obscurity and a budding dissatisfaction...

Why leavers and remainers should continue to express their differences “post-Brexit-Day”

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Maud Webster argues that, even in 'post-Brexit Britain', it may not be time for remainers and brexiteers to put their differences aside. ...

10 year forecast: Democracy

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As the decade comes to an end, Tom Leach discusses what the next ten years have in store for democracy...

Biggest Stories of the Decade – The Rise of Xi Jinping

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In our series on the biggest scoops of the 2010s, Tomo Clarkson considers the man at the helm of China...

Biggest Stories of the Decade – The Arab Spring

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As part of our series on the biggest scoops of the 2010s, Sesha Subramanian takes a look back at the Arab Spring...

Iranian government pulls the plug on the nation’s internet

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Following a 50% increase in the price of petrol in Iran on November 15th, protests have swept across the country. A wave of anti-government and political unrest has washed over...

Horror in Hong Kong: Why we should do more to help protesters

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Patrick Young discusses the need for greater solidarity with the protesters in Hong Kong....