Visegrad Insight

"As closed or only seemingly open societies run by single party autocrats or self-declared illiberal democrats look to be ascendant across the globe, Rethinking Open Society offers a timely exploration of how this ideal can be made relevant for the 21st century and how the contest with its new enemies might best be waged. In his splendid introduction and concluding remarks to the volume, Ignatieff clarifies the agenda and summarizes the key insights of the volume, providing a balanced assessment of both the significant virtues as well as the notable shortcomings of open societies and their recent friends. A nuanced and excellent volume, both sufficiently diverse and focused to merit sustained attention."
Reviewed book: 
Editor: 
Michael Ignatieff
Stefan Roch
ISBN: 
978-963-386-270-4
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$35.00 / €27.95 / £25.00