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A mining firm is suing Romania over an environmentalist decision. By Alessio Perrone.

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The state may still be the primary oppressor of civil society rights, but transnational corporations now have a greater impact...

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Nurturing the authority of an approved centralized, omnipresent government can exacerbate instability through mistrust and...

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Rising distrust of politicians and parliaments, declining voter turnouts – these are now common trends in many established...

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Hazel Healy encounters a party undergoing transformation at the Labour conference in Liverpool.

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On this International Day of Democracy, Iris Gonzales reports on the heavy-handed campaign of the country’s...

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Mark Engler argues for acts of determination and sacrifice.

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Roberto Savio argues for a revival and re-engagement, before it is too late.

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Vanessa Baird takes a look at this ‘special relationship’.

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Nick Dearden offers a vision of a more democratic European Union.

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Religious and ethnic minorities expect the new government to restore their rights. Charlotte England wonders...

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Lisa Nandy’s vision of energy democracy isn’t idealism, argues Sakina Sheikh.

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The integrity of individuals should not be questioned if they do not sing the national anthem, argues Chris Brazier...

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Britain’s new Labour Party leader has three challenges as he takes the reins, writes Paul Donovan.

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The selling off of the country’s valuable assets is a blow to democracy, argues Nick Dearden.

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The stakes are high for the country in today’s election, writes Lasanda Kurukulasuriya.

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