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The new commission is a betrayal of European democracy – but...

Tough compromises are required to save the dream of a strong, free, and democratic Europe.

Oxford to hold citizens’ assembly on climate change

The assembly, which will meet for the first time in September, will involve a randomly-selected representative sample of Oxford citizens. It will help consider new carbon targets and additional measures to reduce emissions.

Netanyahu’s immortal government

What Netanyahu's fifth election victory tells us about Israeli democracy

Lowering the voting age is unnecessary and wrong

Political awareness does not automatically entitle you to the vote, argues Jordan Bernstein

University democracy “hasn’t been working well”, says Louise Richardson

The vice-chancellor criticised University staff for their "self-interest" and for being uninterested in university democracy

Bernie Sanders, the hero we need but don’t deserve

The former presidential candidate is popular not because he is a populist, but because he addresses the real economic and social issues voters care about

Le Pen won’t win, but the Front National will not disappear

Le Pen has utterly reshaped the French political debate, and will undoubtedly play a central role in years to come, writes Jorge Lopez Llorente

The Rise of Evil: a user’s guide

James Lamming on the unscrupulous way to power in the 21st Century

Has 2016 shown that majoritarian democracy has failed?

Alex Oscroft questions the effectiveness of majoritarian democracy based on the events of 2016, whereas Toby Williams argues that the system has just been misused this year
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