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Second only to Covid, “Culture Wars” have shaped the start of the 2020s, and arguably their impact could be more long-lasting.   Whether in the context…

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You think you might be dreaming. Here’s a new virus that appeared in Wuhan thirteen months ago and has killed two million people worldwide since,…

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In this paper, authors from POLITIKA, the Radix Youth Wing, recommend seven steps to reform Citizenship Education: Make a core political education course compulsory for all…

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A friend raises the question: “Did we overvalue American Democracy”? I’ll try two answers, one theoretical, the other about the possible aftermath of the attack…

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Keir Starmer may just be a small phenomenon. I suppose that second guessing the current UK government is not actually terribly onerous. Starmer just has…

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Freya Aquarone speaks about her new book here… Over the past half century, despite many changes of government, and many impassioned pleas for alternative visions,…

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The French military has now been deployed in the Sahel for eight years. In a single week, straddling New Year’s Day 2021, five of its…

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January 6 demonstrates how fragile democracy can be and how propaganda and lies can unleash uncontrollable forces. Hopefully all people and especially those in the…

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On Monday January 11, we kick off our 2021 webinars with a discussion on whether a rise in taxes will be inevitable to pay off…

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Not me, but the Who’s musical Tommy from 1969 – lyrics that are beyond the horizon of memory for most of us. But equally, 2021…

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