What remains of Ukraine’s fragile democracy may not survive, regardless of the final outcome of this bloody war. Da The Guardian
War and democracy have always been more comfortable bedfellows than they should be. Our own history makes that perfectly clear.
During the second world war, the US sent Japanese Americans to internment camps. During Vietnam, the FBI surveilled and attacked anti-war and civil rights movements. And the “war on terror” led to a massive assault on civil liberties, especially of Muslim and Arab communities.