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As far as it goes, there is nothing to disagree with in Tim Cowen’s Radix pamphlet: Freedom to choose: Why competition policy affects us all,…

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France and Britain must preserve their strategic partnership in spite of Brexit.

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I never have had much time for superheroes. Entire stories and worlds in which women barely feature, apart from as occasional love-interests, always read like…

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This post was first published on the New Weather website… Earlier this month, Indian government ended the devolved powers arrangement they had with Indian-administered Kashmir. As I…

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On 25 March 2015, Saudi Arabia, leading a coalition of about ten Sunni Arab countries, launched a major military operation in Yemen to restore President…

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“If I hear Brexit one more time, I’m going to scream.’ These are the words that seem to be on almost everyone’s lips and it…

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Faced with the persistence of the pro-democracy mass movement within Hong Kong’s “special administrative region”, the all-powerful Chinese president is not sure what to do….

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This article first appeared in CityAM By Joe Zammit-Lucia The Liberal Democrats have a new, young, energetic, female leader and are riding high in the…

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This article was first published in CityAM When my colleague and I published a book entitled “The Death of Liberal Democracy?” in August 2016, many…

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As I watch the woeful spectacle of the appointment of the UK’s next prime minister by an un-representative electoral college that is at the top…

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