Author Archives: Caitlyn Clement

A ‘fairer Chile’: the electoral contest of two extremities

Nearly 10 years ago, a generation of university students occupied campuses for months in an attempt to change access to education for all. Fast forward to 2021, this same generation now possess the power to choose between two extreme agendas to reshape their country. For months Gabriel Boric, a 35-year old former student leader allied […]

Hungarian elections: could they see a new beginning?

Media censorship and tilting the electoral playing-field; using legal tools to neuter courts and Parliament as a rubber stamp; the avoidance of absolute oppression through violence: Hungary‚Äôs descent into semi-authoritarianism follows a somewhat stereotypical storyline. Over the course of the last ten years, many Western nations have been appalled by the slow loss of independence […]

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