It took us 75 years to rebuild freedom in some parts of Europe after the totalitarian horrors of World War Two, and less than three weeks to bring it to its knees again.
When Serbia’s ruling Progressive Party came to power back in 2012, its leaders were very clear in its party’s pro-European orientation, to such an extent that a significant part of their nationalist conservative supporters started questioning their choice.
Albania and democracy are two words that are usually never linked together in any reports.
After almost two months of lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic, several countries are thinking of an exit strategy.
In the last few years, prominent politicians like Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio Cortez have been calling for a change in the political system, craving for what they call ‘Scandinavian socialism’ or ‘Swedish democratic socialism’.
In the summer of 1838, the British inventor Samuel Rowbotham — better known under his pseudonym, “Parallax” — stood in the shallow waters of a canal which cut straight across Cambridgeshire.
There is a paradoxical tendency in the liberty movement that I believe is important to address: the dismissal of another person’s views as outright nonsense, often accompanied by a self-indulgent grin.
Governments around the world are taking several measures to tackle the pandemic and ensure the safety of their citizens. But what is the impact of these controversial measures on our individual freedom?