The End of History?

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In the wake of the fall of the Berlin Wall, American political scientist Francis Fukuyama confidently predicted the ‘end of history’ and the victory of liberal democracy. Twenty-five years on, the world remains a complex, fractured place. Competing ideologies have not disappeared. But as Charles Lees writes in this issue's cover feature, the fall of the Berlin Wall had huge consequences…

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