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In international relations, there are sometimes rare moments of opportunity that need to be grasped. This particular sequence of mid-July 2018 is one. A NATO…

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In his excellent recent article ‘Who should decide about immigration’, Radix contributor Renaud Giraud asks how, in a democracy, we should decide about who has…

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President Trump will visit Europe for a NATO summit and a visit to the UK. Here is a text of what the US president should…

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There has been a lot of hand wringing about Trump giving up the USA’s leading role guaranteeing the global world order and abandoning the rules-based…

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The current disagreement in Germany between the Christian Democrats and the Bavarian Christian Socialists (centre-right parties continuously allied since the creation of the Federal Republic)…

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At Radix, we have long argued that many people are quite fed up with the politics of the parties and long for a politics of…

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Those were the words spoken to me by a uniformed immigration control office at Las Vegas airport as I was refused entry to USA last…

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It is surprising, and not always pleasurably so, to find yourself damn right in one of your predictions. Perhaps there is something a little contrarian…

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What is democracy, I wonder? Everyone bandies the word around. In the Brexit debate, some believe that anything but a hard Brexit would be undemocratic…

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Nationalism, those of us in the centre ground of politics are told, is a very bad thing: inability to work together across borders, tribalism, “othering”…

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A few years ago, on a trip to Kenya, I chatted to some locals about why they wanted to come to the UK. These were…

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Top-down public services in the UK are planned and delivered according to techno-bureaucratic systems and processes which followed the thinking in the Beveridge Report of…

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