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The Need for Accountability Over Impunity in Chile
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The Need for Accountability Over Impunity in Chile
February 20, 2021

With a new constitution, Chilean state actors should be held accountable to the people’s demands for democratic changes in the country, otherwise Chile’s long-standing democratic tradition risks being lost to the dynamics of state violence.

How Britain and U.S. Killed the Bahrain Revolution
February 17, 2021

Britain and the United States worked together to kill the Bahrain revolution of 2011 and its people’s long-held aspirations for democratic governance.

How Britain and U.S. Killed the Bahrain Revolution
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Collective Guilt and the New Witch Hunt
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Collective Guilt and the New Witch Hunt
January 15, 2021

As the Trump era ignominiously ends with a second impeachment, hatred is at high tide in Washington. Democrats appear to believe that they can restore faith in elections by demonizing any criticism of officially promulgated vote totals.

Fight Big-Tech Censorship With Low-Tech Retail Politics
January 14, 2021

Thoughts that are increasingly unthinkable online may yet find success via handbilling, door-knocking, and person-to-person conversations.

Fight Big-Tech Censorship With Low-Tech Retail Politics
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Trump Was Dangerous But the Solution Is Not to Give More Political Power to Unrivalled TechGiants
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Trump Was Dangerous But the Solution Is Not to Give More Political Power to Unrivalled TechGiants
January 12, 2021

I am in no doubt Trump is dangerous and has behaved in fascistic ways, continually stoking division and racial hatred. I am also acutely aware of the dangers of language and the need to confront hateful speech.

From Revolution to Confrontation — Washington Leads the Way
January 12, 2021

A depressing amount of Washington’s foreign policy comes down to cash and the preferred route to commercial gain seems to involve hostility.

From Revolution to Confrontation — Washington Leads the Way
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Lights Out for the City on the Hill
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Lights Out for the City on the Hill
January 10, 2021

The first and most overpowering impression upon seeing a great state suddenly plunged into agony and disarray is sheer disbelief at “how the mighty have fallen”.

Trump’s Feeble Coup
January 9, 2021

The mob of yahoos and cretins that broke into the United States capitol this week was not a spontaneous act of violence. Quite the contrary, it was a carefully planned criminal uprising designed to terrorize congress and prevent the election of president-elect Joe Biden.

Trump’s Feeble Coup
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