Tag Archives: freedom

Countering Authoritarianism: The Very Essence of Freedom

Looking ahead to 2022, three Nobel Prize winners have one uniting message for all of us: All around the world, we must fight much harder for freedom.

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Alexei Navalny: The Freest Man in the World

The recurring question of what freedom means in the political and the everyday world.

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The Free World Shrinks?

Are established democracies sliding back on democratic commitments?

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National Income Vs. National Freedom

A nation’s income level doesn’t always correlate to its freedom level.

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Lands of the Unfree

A quarter of countries are not free. Where are they located?

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Land of the Increasingly Non-Free

Many young democracies with flawed institutions are struggling not to slide backward. Turkey has failed.

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The End of American Exceptionalism?

America, on the road to become like Europe’s social democracies, is losing its exceptionalism.

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The Double-Faced Digital Revolution

Until now we, as simple “users,” have given little thought to where this profound technical change will lead us.

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American Diplomacy and the Rule of Law

A call to freedom’s real arms.

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Individualism and Civility: 2012 Reflections on de Tocqueville’s 1831 America

Do Americans still do justice to the ideals of individualism that Alexis de Tocqueville believed were embodied by U.S. society?

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