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About Liam D. Anderson

Liam D. Anderson holds a Master's degree in International Affairs: International Security from Sciences Po. His interests include post-conflict stability, interstate relations, and group identity; he has published a number of journalistic articles on these topics, as well as a research paper with Himalaya Journal on India’s role in post-war Nepal.

Articles by Liam D. Anderson

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Francesc Badia i Dalmases is Editor and Director of democraciaAbierta.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Voters per MP: why First Past The Post failed

You can elect a Tory MP with 34,244 votes. To elect a UKIP MP requires 3,881,129 votes. Why are the press silent on this outrageous democratic fraud?

Nepal's Truth and Reconciliation Commission: revised, but revitalized?

Nepali citizens have long been denied justice, but continued civil society pressure on the new, long-delayed Constituent Assembly will hopefully improve parliamentary efforts to give the dragging peace process and long-awaited Truth and Reconciliation Commission some resolution. 

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