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    Capitol Riots: Putsch and Prejudice

    'It is difficult to overstate the rage I feel against America’s right wing for allowing us to get to this point. Shame on Mitch McConnell. Shame on Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley. Shame on every Republican who acquitted Trump of impeachment charges. Shame on the entire Trump family and every single one of his enablers.

    A Eulogy for America’s Postal Service

    "This is a public and unadulterated attempt to sway the presidential election through suppressing postal voting."

    Now is a Time for Politics

    The coronavirus is not only a threat to public health but to our values of democracy and civil liberty, Edward Rhys Jones argues.

    Pandemic Democracy: Trump, Biden, and the politics of coronavirus

    The 2020 election already had all the elements you’d expect from a blockbuster political thriller. An impossibly large star-studded cast, a twin election conspiracy...

    Opinion – Is This What Democracy Looks Like?

    Getting Brexit done is now the irrefutable, irresistible, unarguable decision of the British people. These are the triumphant words of our Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, hours...

    Opinion – Hypocrisy in our Democracy: Why We Must Hold the...

    Ironically, the one thing we can all agree on is that the United Kingdom is currently divided. Deep inequalities of wealth, opportunity, and a...

    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