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- The impact of the mass media on the quality of democracy within a state remains a much overlooked area of study
- The Quiet Collapse of the Italian Economy
- The Catalan Crisis: Is There a Right to Self-Determination in the International Context?
- A review of Nathalie Tocci's 'Framing the EU Global Strategy'
- An Explanation of the Current Political Situation in Catalonia
- The electoral success of the Danish People’s party: Something rotten in the state of Denmark?
- The Politics of Post-Truth
- Spain is no longer exceptional: Mainstream media and the far-right party Vox
- Labour and Brexit: a ‘sensible’ deal?
- ‘It’s not about Britain and Europe, it’s about Barnet High Street and All Saints’ School’: how will Brexit impact Barnet?
- The three founding Myths of Italy’s new Nationalism
- The nationalist Italian government is a challenge to the Church
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Category Archives: Brexit
Nov 20 2018
By Mary Kaldor According to Theresa May, the choice is between her deal, no deal or no Brexit. But the Labour leadership still seems to think that it can negotiate a more ‘sensible deal’. What on earth would a more … Continue reading
Posted by: November 20, 2018
Nov 5 2018
‘It’s not about Britain and Europe, it’s about Barnet High Street and All Saints’ School’: how will Brexit impact Barnet?
By Alexandra Bulat The London Borough of Barnet is one of the five local authority areas selected for the LSE project ‘Understanding Brexit impacts at a local level’, coordinated by the Conflict and Civil Society Research Unit. The reports contextualise … Continue reading
Posted by: November 5, 2018
Jun 26 2018
By Michael J. Sandel These are dangerous times for democracy. Russia, Turkey, Hungary, Poland, and other places that once offered democratic hope are now, in varying degrees, falling into authoritarianism. Democracy is also in trouble in sturdier places. In the … Continue reading
Posted by: June 26, 2018
Apr 30 2018
By Joachim Wehner English local elections on 3 May take place as migrants might be finding a less divided political voice than at any time since the vote in favour of leaving the European Union (EU). The 2016 Referendum created … Continue reading
Posted by: April 30, 2018