Democracy on Life Support (unabridged)
Democracy in Hungary: Why Outsiders Should Care Alexey Sidorenko, a Future Challenges blogger based, has been observing the rollback in democracy in Hungary under Fidesz. Looking from the outside in, he sees it as one example of a broader rollback in democracy in Eastern Europe. Follow Alexey @sidorenko_intl. This article […]
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Democracy on Life Support
Alexey Sidorenko, a Future Challenges blogger based in Russia, has been observing the rollback in democracy in Hungary under Fidesz. Looking from the outside in, he sees it as one example of a broader rollback in democracy in Eastern Europe.
Andras Inotai: The Future under Fidesz
András Inotai, Former Director General of the Institute for World Economics in Budapest, interviewed by Hauke Hartmann, Bertelsmann Transformation Index Senior Project Manager (Bertelsmann Foundation).
Poverty in Pakistan – The Human Cost
This video is part of a project that my students undertook in my supervision. It peeps into the living condition of people from different strata of society in Pakistan, and deliberates as to what measures can be taken, by whom, to reduce poverty?
The American Way and Healthcare
The provision of health insurance has become a controversial issue in American politics. But only two options are publicly discussed—the status quo and a big-government solution. A greater understanding of the proper role of government can help elucidate other viable options, which do not have the downsides of the United States’ current reform law, Obamacare.