The Canadian Journal of Opinion
The Case for Juan Guaidó’s Legitimacy
An introduction to Christian Rioux and Kamel Daoud
On a boat somewhere in the Mediterranean, floating between the reality of life in Algeria and the fantasy of Europe, men and women squeezed together can dream.
The French will not resign themselves to seeing their human relations, with the letter carrier, the baker or even the police, reduced to cold exchanges with machines.
Liberalism has to advance an idea that will meet undoubtedly with resistance.
The paradox of pro-Trump digital activism
Fifteen Years of Election Monitoring in Ukraine
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... Unless they can find a younger Joe Biden
“Governments will change, but history driven by the force of an entire country cannot be held back.”
The Populist Threat to European institutions
Recent election took place under a state of emergency that limited individual freedoms and rights and allowed the President to silence and intimidate the opposition.
Orbán has managed to keep his base mobilized against a series of supposed enemies since 2010, creating supporters that he can always turn out to rally for him.
Italy is the laboratory of a political experiment.