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Libya, intellectuals and democracy: an open letter to Professor David Held

  |   Articles in the Press, Democracy in the 21st Century, Media, Podcasts, Videos and Interviews, Why Democracy?   |   1 Comment

John Keane asks David Held to look back over events and reconsider his reactions to a dissimulator. Was this an error of theory or of practice? Hasn’t the LSE Libya affair done damage to the scholarly credibility of research programmes...

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Democracy in the Age of Google, Facebook and WikiLeaks

  |   Articles & Essays JK, Civil Society, Democracy in the 21st Century, Media and Democracy   |   3 Comments

In the beginning there was the grand spectacle of a worldwide satellite television broadcast, featuring Maria Callas, Pablo Picasso and the Beatles. Then came fax machines, photocopiers, video recorders and personal computers. Now there are electronic books, scanners and smart...

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