Articles from Open Democracy

How to treat a stranger in need: a moral response to the migrant caravans

Throughout history, the story of Exodus
has inspired people around the world fleeing persecution.

Aerial
view of Salvadoran migrants crossing the Suchiate River to Mexico, from Ciudad
Tecun Uman, Guatemala, making their way to the U.S. on November 2, 2018. Credit:
Carlos Alonzo/AFP/Getty Images via YES! Magazine. All rights reserved.

A very English take on Denmark

“Here’s also why Brexit happened.
Europe is a mystery. Europeans come from a faraway land. Australia is nearer.”

The politics of protest in Argentina

Political
life in Argentina is characterized by a particularly active culture of social
protest. This is a key element to understanding political dynamics
throughout the 21st century. Español

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