Category: Feuilleton

The Enduring Resilience of Liberalism

The end of the Cold War (1991), with the collapse of the Soviet Union (USSR) at the time, constituted a global evolution by changing the course of history indicating for the first time since the end of the Second World War that the absolute but yet unique system of values and institutions on the planet

Chain explosions of violence on the planet by angry civilians

In Hong-Kong from June until today, China’s patience is being tested by radicalised activists, not daring the Chinese government to implement methods of suppressing mass population. In Iraq for almost a month the country’s youth is on the streets protesting angry over the inadequacy of the rulers, corruption and lack of perspective having killed 150

Political Absurdity

The adoption of two contradictory positions and the inability to get meaning due to the adoption of these two contradictory positions gives the definition of absurdity. In politics, however, absurdity is a useful tool that enables the politician who uses it (the absurd politician) to get the power of almost complete freedom of movement. The

The hypocrisy of the Political Opponents of Justin Trudeau

When he was 29 years old, Justin Trudeau was invited to a school costume party that had the theme of the “Thousand and One Nights” one of the most popular in the Western world works of Arabic literature. For the needs of disguise and to be as successful as possible in his metamorphosis was forced

The New Commission and the “European Way of Life”

The selection of the new President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, to attribute the title “Protecting Our European Way of Life” to one of the portfolios of the new Commission, created and continues to create tensions in the EU institutions. When the Commission President herself was asked to justify her choice on

The Downhill of the Institutions in Liberal Democracies

The basic fixed values of liberal democracies and more general of the Liberal international system such as Parliamentary Democracy, their multilateral institutions with independent authorities for the protection of the citizen from arbitrariness of state, the free trade and transatlantic cooperation, are being pounded by demagogues. (Prohibited by intellectual property law or in any way

World Political Culture

Political culture is a term consisting of two words which over the years and centuries have been distorted in the consciences of most citizens. Currently, most citizens and the political world of each country define the political culture as the clash of political parties with the goal of winning the election with a “trophy” of
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