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Can Japan help to reshape the liberal international order?

     

Can Japan help defend and revive the “liberal order” – the system of guiding principles that governed conduct among western democracies after World War II – asks Paul Nadeau, an adjunct fellow… Read more »

Liberal international order ‘mounting a comeback’ to neo-revisionist challenge

     

  The defenders of what’s called the “liberal international order” have recently suffered setbacks from adversaries inside and outside their home countries. But those who want to see the Western-led… Read more »

Anti-democratic forces have ‘no alternative to a liberal international order’

     

Despite the threat posed to democracy by various forms of populism and authoritarianism, “there is simply no grand ideological alternative to a liberal international order,” argues Princeton University’s G. John… Read more »

Brexit is a ‘warning to the liberal international order’

     

The British people’s decision to leave the European Union is the country’s single biggest democratic act in modern times, notes commentator Andrew Marr – and one of the elite’s most… Read more »

Brexit the ‘most damaging blow ever inflicted on liberal democratic international order’

     

Make no mistake about it. Britain’s vote to leave the EU is the most damaging blow ever inflicted on the liberal democratic international order created under US auspices after 1945…. Read more »

Is liberal democratic order fit for purpose in the 21st century?

     

President Joe Biden may be obliged to accept that the days of US co-operation with China are waning and prepare to set about protecting the west’s democracy while there is… Read more »

The case for democratic multilateralism: Bolstering democracies in a changing international order

     

Democracies still have great influence in the international system, but the challenges to their grip on the order are mounting slipping. New forms of cooperation among powerful democracies, beyond the… Read more »

A Power for Good: How international solidarity can tackle human rights abuses

     

How effective are international diplomacy and civic advocacy in countering human rights abuses? Iran and Cuba offer two prime opportunities where the Biden administration can prioritize human freedom by making… Read more »