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When, 30 years ago as an idealistic, immigrant graduate student, someone first objected that if I “didn’t like it here [in America], then [I] can…

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Proportional Representation (PR) is the favourite alternative to remedy the glaring defects of the First-Past-The-Post system of electing representatives (deputies, MPs). Discussion of second rounds…

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This article was published in The Big Issue North William has done well. Identified at school as bright, received extra support. He’s first generation to…

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It occasionally sends a frisson of political fear down the backbone when you hear about a centrist politician like Macron booed in affluent areas of…

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In this issue of Globalization Outlook we look at the impact of China on trade, the potential reform of the WTO, the impact of trade…

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by Dr Paul Goldsmith This article first appeared on Comment Central It is based on our recently published paper: The Quadruple Helix: Tackling the Issues…

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Why would a relatively sane man like me (perhaps that is overstating the case) dare to risk tiptoeing back into questions of gender politics that…

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“Every political party promises to revitalize those areas of the country that have been left behind by de-industrialisation and the rapidly changing nature of our…

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Does middle-class still make sense? Metropolitan anonymous sprawl hides all sorts of marginalised people. Odd to say, but as proven by political voting behaviour, it…

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Socialists are naïve about power; Liberals are naïve about money. That is the rule of thumb that I find myself judging current policy by –…

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I watched the Last Night of the Proms, along with goodness knows how many people, on Saturday night. It was as uplifting as ever: I…

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Most countries have some kind of broadcasting levy to pay for public radio and television. In the UK there is the license fee to pay…

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