Tag Archives: democracy

Dazzling Singapore’s Deep Contradictions

The clean veneer surrounding Singapore starts to show cracks.

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A Germany That Bets Big

Five unconventional moves that made Germany the 2014 World Cup champions.

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Reforming Democracy and the Future of History

To spread Democracy, democratic nations must look inward first.

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The Disastrous U.S. Habit to Rush Elections

From Iraq and Afghanistan to Ukraine, the U.S. always hopes to get “its man” into office quickly — with poor results.

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Ukraine: Cancel the Presidential Election! (It’s The Wrong Kind)

The May 25 presidential election does not matter. Ukraine needs a well-balanced parliamentary system.

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A Judicial Coup in Thailand?

Does Thailand’s future lie In Singapore’s managed democracy?

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Evaluating U.S. Targeted Killings: Out of Control?

Is assassination of terrorist suspects right or wrong?

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Education: Thailand’s Real State of Emergency

Will Thailand’s elite finally extend education to the masses?

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How Are You, Asian Dream?

Is the vision of Asian unity just a mirage?

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What the West Doesn’t Understand About Egypt

Have the people of Egypt succumbed to a herd mentality justifying any action by the state?

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