The latest street campaign for democracy is taking place in Hong Kong, which is a unique case. A mainly youthful and educated elite linked to Hong Kong’s position as an international financial hub wants China to relinquish veto power over its electoral candidates.
|By: John Cavanagh Sunday November 17, 2013 1:59 pm|
It is now well understood that Neoliberals are not advocates of a small or stunted night watchman state. They regularly demean the state to outsiders, but that does not imply they prefer a weak state. Rather, all their political efforts are devoted to recasting the strong state as one that conforms to their doctrinal imperatives.
|By: Josh Mull Saturday May 15, 2010 4:00 pm|
The problem in Afghanistan is not picking the right or wrong counterinsurgency strategy, but picking any military strategy at all.