The ‘End of History’? Nope. But Maybe the ‘End of Democracy’

“Francis Fukuyama, an acclaimed American political philosopher, entered the global imagination at the end of the Cold War when he prophesied the ‘end of history’ — a belief that, after the fall of communism, free-market liberal democracy had won out and would become the world’s ‘final form of human government.’ Now, at a moment when liberal democracy seems to be in crisis across the West, Fukuyama, too, wonders about its future.”   Excellent piece by Ishaan Tharoor. Read it here.

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