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The Soviet Roots of Democratic Crisis in Latvia

As the country falls under populist rule is it a change -- or an old story?

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Can the Global Anticorruption Movement Survive Populism?

Where could this increased demand for new non-corrupt ruling elites on the part of voters, who care primarily for their self-interest rather than abstract principles, take us?

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The Powerlessness of the Powerful

Living in post - truth, seeking alternatives, examining Nicolae Ceausescu and Donald Trump

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Estrangement

An introduction to Social Research: An International Quarterly

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How Jewish Was Polish History?

David Stromberg Interviews Magda Teter About I.B. Singer, Jews, and Poland.

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Ágnes Heller: Orbán is a Tyrant

From the time he became the prime minister of Hungary, Orban was always interested in concentrating all the power in his hands.

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