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Democracy Arsenal

This came through the grapevine (email) from Danny Postel:

New Progressive Foreign Policy Blog

The Security and Peace Institute (SPI), a joint initiative of the Center for  American Progress and The Century Foundation, has launched Democracy Arsenal, a new group blog on US foreign policy and global affairs. The  contributors, all prominent policy experts, include: Suzanne Nossel, Michael  Signer, Lorelei Kelly, Heather Hurlburt, and Derek Chollet.

Visit Democracy Arsenal for daily perspectives on current issues, insights into the world of global policymaking, and thoughts on what a progressive foreign policy should look like.

The Century Foundation are partners with openDemocracy in the Ethical Edge debate series at the New York Society for Ethical Culture. Next debate should be in a month or two, and you will be invited.

March 31, 2005 in Media & the Net | Permalink

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Suzanne Nossel's April 1 comment "Chinese Checkmate" raises interesting questions about the relation of state power, popular opinion and populism.

An online petition in China has reportedly mobilised 22 million people to "vote" against a permanent seat for Japan on the UN Security Council.

What will be next - 30 million votes in favour of the recent law passed on Taiwan? Or something less to the liking of the Beijing authorities?

"Chinese Checkmate" is at: http://www.democracyarsenal.org/2005/04/chinese_checkma.html

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