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A Clash of Titans

Is a rising tide of authoritarianism sweeping across the globe, or are we actually in a hyper-charged era of democracy? As people choose their governments – not just by voting but by moving into like-minded communities, whether physical or virtual – the question should not be whether democracy can survive the onslaught of illiberalism. It should be, rather, whether liberalism can survive the onslaught of democracy. We're glad to republish this article from our Italian sister-journal Aspenia.

Higher Wages as a Catastrophe? Hopefully an Impulse for Further Growth

Is a rising tide of authoritarianism sweeping across the globe, or are we actually in a hyper-charged era of democracy? As people choose their governments – not just by voting but by moving into like-minded communities, whether physical or virtual – the question should not be whether democracy can survive the onslaught of illiberalism. It should be, rather, whether liberalism can survive the onslaught of democracy. We're glad to republish this article from our Italian sister-journal Aspenia.

Erhard Busek: Brussels Has to Learn How to Talk with Central and Eastern Europe

Europe’s Pet Autocrats

Hungary, Fidesz, and the EU: The Elections and After

Charles King: We Are Back in the 19th Century

The Superpowers Flex Their Muscles

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