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Johnson’s brief premiership has been a relentless assault on our freedoms – to organise, to protest, to vote
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The spectacle of Erdoganism is much closer to a tribal state than to a state governed by the rule of law.
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With more guns and ammunition than ever before available to the general public, and strong, vociferous support from...
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Women are leading the resistance against the unconstitutional Citizenship Amendment Act.
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In India and the Philippines, strongmen have consolidated immense power through democratic means. How do we explain this?
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