The rule of law in Poland became a smokescreen for shady interests rather than the disinterested expression of an ideal


Marcin Matczak, lawyer and Associate Professor, University of Warsaw


Electoral reform would provide the public with choice, help to end the party monopolies in some constituencies, and change our political culture — to create a new spirit of collaboration


Alexandra Runswick, Director, Unlock Democracy


To mark the 100th Anniversary of the Representation of the People Act, hear Prof Sir Adam Roberts' tribute to Gertrude Bell, one of the most powerful women of the British Empire
The peace process with the FARC is, if not contingent on autonomous and assertive courts, immeasurably more likely to succeed if justice is applied with fairness and consistency


Jan Boesten, Research Fellow in Politics & International Relations, Oxford

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