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The gigantic explosion which, on Tuesday 4 August, blew up the installations of the port of Beirut and heavily damaged the old Christian quarters, is…

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How do we deal with radical uncertainty in making decisions?

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In December 1944, Robert Menzies opened a formation meeting of the Liberal Party of Australia in Albury NSW, saying: “Never in my life have I…

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“What we need is democracy, not government by secret algorithm.” Cori Crider, director of the technology justice campaign Foxglove The news that the Home Office…

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‘Children are not the face of this pan­demic. But they risk being among its big­gest victims. While they have thankfully been largely spared from the…

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In this paper authors from POLITIKA, the Radix Youth Wing, recommend eight steps to make schools more resilient: Create comprehensive and effective contingency plans for…

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On 30 July, the Council of the European Union (EU) adopted sanctions – a travel ban and assets freeze – against individuals and state bodies…

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Britain has displayed a “uncritical fascination” and “naïve optimism” with regards to China, according to a new report for RADIX, the radical centre think tank,…

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Despite all of the economic harm caused by covid, the major global stock markets are miraculously near to or above their pre-covid level. Had this…

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They say that a week is a long time in politics, but a week seems an eternity in a Covid-19 world. Not only do the…

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