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The Crisis of Liberalism

Abstract : Thirty years ago in Central and Eastern Europe, belief in an open society and a sense of reasserted national and indeed European identity seemed to go hand-in-hand. Today this has changed: Through the combination of the rise of "illiberal democracy" and heightened concerns about identity in the face of the migrant wave, the authoritarian and sovereigntist turn in Central Europe has revealed a rupture in the fabric of the European Union. This draws to a close the post-1989 liberal cycle, but perhaps also the longer cycle associated with the Enlightenment, which is now more than two-hundred years old.
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Jacques Rupnik. The Crisis of Liberalism. Journal of Democracy, Johns Hopkins University Press, 2018, 29 (3), pp.24 - 38. ⟨10.1353/jod.2018.0042⟩. ⟨hal-03458188⟩

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