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30 ans après la parution de son célèbre essai "La fin de de l'histoire", le politologue américain Francis Fukuyama revient sur le tremblement de terre qu’a constitué la fin du bloc de l’Est et analyse ses effets toujours à l’œuvre dans les crises...
Despite rising populism and nationalism worldwide, historian Francis Fukuyama told DW there is hope for liberal democracy. Thirty years after the Berlin Wall fell, "this desire for life in a freer society still exists."
The Democrats are facing a dilemma: If they defend democratic norms by acting to remove President Trump from office, they risk getting dragged into a polarizing style of politics that works to his political advantage.
Serhiy Leshchenko kicked off the probe that put Trump's campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, in jail. Now, as Ukraine becomes even more central to the impeachment investigation, Leshchenko has been vindicated — but is still a target of Rudy Giuliani.
From plane tickets to cellphone bills, monopoly power costs American consumers billions of dollars a year.
Francis FukuyamaAntitrust has worked better in Europe because European "politicians were more worried about the regulator being captured by the other country than they were attracted by the opportunity to capture the regulator themselves". @ThomasPHI2.