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Enemies of democracy

The futures of the UK and US are threatened by a partisan press and the power of big money

By AC Grayling   June 2016

The Chief Executive of Hong Kong Leung Chun-ying, left, with Zhang Dejiang, Chairman of China's National People's Congress, during a banquet in Hong Kong, 18th May, 2016. "the Chinese dislike uncertainty, which is why they are not keen on democracy" ©Vincent Yu/AP/Press Association Images

Read more: China’s future: status quo, reform or chaos?

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