When the 2016 Referendum went unexpectedly to the Leavers, the Conservative Party was handed a golden opportunity. It had only to manage a reasonable withdrawal, and it could look forward to a generation of electoral hegemony.
Every political philosopher worth his salt has written a book, or a chapter, or at least an essay, on the subject of the state. What is the state intended to be? What is the state, in reality? And where is it going?
It’s confession time …
Even before the USSR ceased to exist with the faith of millions of people in the possibility of building socialism in a separate part of the world, Europe saw the dark neoliberal coming. At the end of the crisis of the 1970s.
So you still believe Bernie Sanders (the 2016 and now the 2020 presidential candidate) is an anti-establishment/anti-war politician?
What we have traditionally consider as European values, in fact, was shaped far from Europe...
Democracy versus multiculturalism
Putin’s approval rating is high, but it has declined over the past year. The decline is mainly related to domestic policy. Apparently, the public perceives rece
Back in 1998, I was working in the filthy world of trade.