John Keane, University of Sydney Finally. The finest hour. The day for which all brave and self-respecting Britons have long been waiting. Referendum Day. The pub happy hour when the proud People living under the Union Jack seize their once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to make things better. Have...

By Jan Zielonka The consequences of the Brexit referendum are bad for both Europe and Britain, regardless of the result. The EU referendum in the United Kingdom was intended as a festival of democracy, but it has proved to be an exercise in political madness. Brits pride...

By Jon Eugene von Kowallis This is a follow-up paper for the 2016 SDN Encounter with Yu Keping. Professor Yu has remarked in “The Logic of Chinese Cultural Development in a Variable World of Modernization and Globalization”, the first chapter of his book On China’s Cultural Transformation (2012)...

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