This article is from Democracy Digest:
The current pandemic crisis is going to have a deeper impact on the way we live, the way we think, and the way we do politics than 9/11 and even the 2008 financial crash, according to the FT’s Edward Luce.
But does the coronavirus threaten democracy?
Even during a pandemic, we must be vigilant and critical of slides towards authoritarianism. That’s why it is encouraging to see bodies like the Council of Europe call out Hungary for its concerning state of emergency, notes Flora Holmes, a Researcher at the British Foreign Policy Group.
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