The fact that so many people in Iraq, Malaysia, Armenia, Nicaragua & Poland—nations separated by vast differences in history and culture—are struggling for similar rights is a sign that liberal democracy retains its universal appeal. Me in
"President George W. Bush was right when he told the U.N. General Assembly in 2004: 'The desire for freedom resides in every human heart. And that desire cannot be contained forever...Over time and across the Earth, freedom will find a way.'" [email protected]
“Wherever you look, you see the struggle for liberty.”
“The era of liberal democracy is over,” says budding tyrant Viktor Orban. Is he right? A lot of people all over the world would beg to differ. Me in
Maybe things aren’t so bad... Liberal democracy isn’t dead after all. Via
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Just as it was a mistake to assume that the spread of freedom was inevitable, it’s also wrong to assume that the “spirit of ’76” is as passé as the tricorn hats worn by the Founding Fathers. Wherever you look, you see the struggle for liberty. Me
Unfashionable as it may be to say so, President Bush was right when he told the U.N. General Assembly in 2004: "The desire for freedom resides in every human heart.... Over time and across the Earth, freedom will find a way.” Me in
Liberal democracy: Is there life in the old gal yet? Or is it populism and nationalism as far as the eye can see? spies signs of life.
Welcome and timely reminder of the march towards representative government: Liberal democracy isn’t dead after all