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A democracia é uma invenção o Oriente

Lisbon, 27 October 2006 _ Isabel Lucas Download the scan image of this article: here Original link: here ____________________________________ Era uma das intervenções mais aguardadas dos três dias de conferência na Gulbenkian. Será a democracia um ideal universal? John Kean reconhece a rasteira da interrogação e vai respondendo com os novos desafios que se colocam [...]

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2006
 

Ülkenizde demokrasinin unsurlari var

Interview published by Istanbul’s main newspaper,Sabah, 25 September 2005

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2005
 

UK academic offers views on nurturing democracy

(Interview with John Keane published by Taipei Times, 2, June, 2005. Page 2)

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2005
 

Top British thinker praises Taiwan’s originality

Born in Australia and educated at the Universities of Adelaide, Toronto and Cambridge, John Keane is now professor of politics at the University of Westminster in England and is also the founder of the center for the Study of Democracy. Keane has authored many books on democracy and civil society, including “Violence and Democracy (2004)” [...]

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2005
 

Democracy and Discontent

(Interview with John Keane published by the Times of India , the 12th of March 2005)

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2005
 

There is confusion in the house of Democracy

Interview with John Keane published by the Indian Express , the 5th of March 2005

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2005
 

Interview with BBC Persian Service

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2005
 

The Reformation – By Patrick Collinson

229 pp. New York : The Modern Library, Random House. $21.95 A Book Review by John Keane From New England comes the old joke about a high school history lesson. Teacher : ‘Why did the Puritans leave England for America?’ A pupil : ‘So that they could live their religion in freedom, and force others [...]

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2004
 

Remarks on Robert Cooper’s Towards a European Army?

There is an old rude saying that diplomats generally have such long noses that they cannot see beyond them. Robert Cooper proves that this is not necessarily the case. His published interviews, memoranda, short essays and his Breaking of Nations – a very good book with a grandness of title redolent of Adam Smith’s Wealth [...]

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2004
 

Petro-Democracy?

We respect others’ thought as a matter of  principle. I believe that if I have the freedom to disagree with others then others have the freedom to disagree with me, and that dialogue will resolve the issue. ___________________________________________ An interview with  Grand Ayatollah Sayyed Fadlallah, conducted by Professor John Keane in Beirut, December 2003. Translated [...]

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2003
 
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