Articles from Open Democracy

Let’s reset our future

The starting pistol for openDemocracy's new series on how to refound politics in Britain.

Finding the path forwards

The political systems of the United(ish) Kingdom are irredeemably broken. Join the conversation about why & how to replace them.

Cleveland: a historical perspective

The rhetoric that surrounds Donald Trump's convention triumph signals a new phase in the intertwined history of fascism and populism. Español 

Cleveland: a historical perspective

The rhetoric that surrounds Donald Trump's convention triumph signals a new phase in the intertwined history of fascism and populism. Español 

Cleveland: a historical perspective

The rhetoric that surrounds Donald Trump's convention triumph signals a new phase in the intertwined history of fascism and populism. Español 

Brexit and the phenomenon of intra-European bigotry

To paraphrase Edward Said – “everyone who writes about eastern Europe must locate himself vis-à-vis eastern Europe."

‘Just because the stranger has
become a neighbour does not mean we have to work any less hard to understand
him well’[1]

Brexit and the phenomenon of intra-European bigotry

To paraphrase Edward Said – “everyone who writes about eastern Europe must locate himself vis-à-vis eastern Europe."

‘Just because the stranger has
become a neighbour does not mean we have to work any less hard to understand
him well’[1]

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