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the right to dominate

The Right to Dominate: How Old Ideas About Sovereignty Pose New Challenges for World Order, 2020, Roland Paris (Canadian political scientist) writes about Putin, Trump, Viktor Orbán, Xi Jinping who independently challenges international corporations and organisations … informational

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  1. confused dictatorships of prosperous liberal democracies

    over the years, we have seen huge setbacks … yet, liberal democracy has endured and come back repeatedly, because the alternatives are so bad …

  2. about this site

    The website "" showcases the work of a creative individual. It features a collection of writings, images, and projects that reflect their artistic pursuits and personal experiences. The content explores themes such as philosophy, technology, art, and society, offering unique perspectives and thought-provoking insights. With a minimalist design and a focus on aesthetics, the site invites visitors to engage with the author's creative journey. It provides a platform for self-expression and an opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals who appreciate the intersection of art and ideas.

  3. weaknesses at the core of seemingly strong authoritarian states

    key weaknesses at the core of seemingly strong authoritarian states Russia and China both have argued that liberal democracy is in long-term

  4. new middle ages

    Umberto Eco, essays “Living in the New Middle Ages” and “Dreaming of the Middle Ages” … decline of Westphalian sovereignty … replaced by global