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Quentin Langley

Editor of

Quentin Langley is a writer and editor of

He writes on global political issues, especially electoral trends.

Mr. Langley is particularly concerned about the erosion of liberty in the pursuit of false security and the exclusion of the global majority from the liberal world trading order.

He also writes about business issues — especially public relations and branding in non-traditional arenas such as professional services and public utilities.

Mr. Langley is Chair of IPR International, part of the Institute of Public Relations.

He speaks, lectures and broadcasts internationally on business and political issues.

Articles by Quentin Langley

Where Greenpeace and Cato Align

Any 21st century solution to the problem of poorly defined ownership rights is likely to be built on incorruptible, probably non-governmental platforms.

January 13, 2022

The Race to Succeed Cameron

A checklist for who’s running for what in the British government now that David Cameron has bowed out.

July 4, 2016

Wither Belgium?

How much longer can Belgium survive the pressures of its unlikely origins?

March 31, 2016

Lady Ashton Takes Europe

Will the existence of a High Representative enable the creation of an EU-wide, cohesive foreign policy?

December 4, 2009

Putting Belgium on eBay?

What explains the mega-malaise currently gripping the Flemings and Walloons in Belgium?

October 26, 2007

Countdown to Build a Real Society — A Manual in Eight Steps

How can countries achieve economic reform and civic involvement?

March 30, 2005

Tumbling Dominoes in the Middle East?

Is the Middle East primed for a wave of democracy?

February 28, 2005