Articles from Open Democracy

Who’s to blame? The internet on the defendant's bench

Seeking to unravel what is
behind a change in public sentiment towards the internet, this series begins with
intersecting dimensions in what is lazily often presented as ‘The Internet’s
problem’.

In defence of Damien Green

How could a defender
of human rights on so many occasions turn so quickly into being an inquisitor?

Lexit: on the rails

Could the EU be an obstacle to nationalising the UK rail network? We asked Christian Wolmar, the UK’s leading railway expert and transport historian.

Donald Trump, unFounding Father

Keep on staring just like you’ve been doing, just like we’ve all been doing since he rode down that escalator into the presidential race in June 2015 and, while you have your eyes on him, I’ll tell you exactly why you shouldn’t stop.

Chile's Frente Amplio brings new surprises

Following significant electoral gains in both presidential and parliamentary elections in Chile, the Frente Amplio continues to surprise as a new generation of social and political leaders emerges from the movement. Español

Chile's Frente Amplio brings new surprises

Following significant electoral gains in both presidential and parliamentary elections in Chile, the Frente Amplio continues to surprise as a new generation of social and political leaders emerges from the movement.

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