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Between Authoritarianism and Identity-stressing Sovereignism: “Illiberal Democracy” as a Model

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    Giampiero Bordino

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    Professor in Contemporary History and Political Analyst. President of the Einstein Center for International Studies

In Western history, democracy as a political system arises from the root of the liberal revolutions of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, the English, American and French ones, through the overcoming of the wealth-based and oligarchic limits of political rights, above all the electoral ones, and through a growing popular participation in political life.

 

Carbon Tax: Worthy of a Nobel Prize

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    Alberto Majocchi

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    Professor Emeritus of Public Finance at the University of Pavia, Vice President of the Centre for Studies on Federalism, Torino, Italy

On 6 October, ahead of the Climate Change Conference to be held in Katowice in December, the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) approved a Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5°C which reiterates the negative effects already seen following the 1°C increase in the planet’s temperature, with extreme weather events, rising sea levels and shrinking ice caps.

How can Commonwealth Nations Prevent Radicalisation?

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    Keith Best

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    Secretary of WFM, Chair & Chief Executive of the Wyndham Place Charlemagne Trust and Former Chair Executive Committee WFM-IGP

Some of you may have seen a documentary about a young man with a father who was a first generation Pakistani who worked so hard in Derby that he created a string of kebab restaurants and was well respected. His good fortune enabled his son to go to public school for a short term, and when he won a place from his school to go to university in London...

Monetary Aspects of the African Free Continental Trade Area

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    Elena Flor

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    Secretary General, Robert Triffin International

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The 2006 financial crisis forced international financial institutions to become stronger, first and foremost, the International Monetary Fund, which doubled quotas from 238 to 477 billion SDRs and redistributed them to emerging countries: the first ten IMF quota holders, in addition to China, also include India, Russia and Brazil.

The State of the Nation: Conceptual Challenges to the Republican Nation State

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    Alon Helled

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    PhD candidate, Universities of Turin and Florence. École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales

Gaza Crisis: a Cooperative Way Forward

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    Rene Wadlow

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    President, Association of World Citizens

COP24 on Climate Change: Delay after Delay, Time Is Running out Dangerously

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    Roberto Palea

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    Member and former President of the Centre for Studies on Federalism

UN Reform without Amending the Charter: the Case of the “UN Development System”

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    Andrea Cofelice

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    Research Fellow at the Centre for Studies on Federalism, Torino, Italy

The Global Compact for Migration Signed in Marrakech

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    Grazia Borgna

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    Former Director of the Einstein Center for International Studies, Torino, Italy

Antonio Megalizzi and the Silicon Valley of Politics

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    Michele Ballerin

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    Former Vice-Secretary of UEF Italy

In Memory of Joseph Schwartzberg

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