Francis Fukuyama says the creeping belief in open societies that everything is rigged or politicised attacks our trust in institutions. Without trust, democracy itself won’t survive

From Brexit to the US election, 2016 saw a march towards universal distrust

Francis Fukuyama says the creeping belief in open societies that everything is rigged or politicised attacks our trust in institutions. Without trust, democracy itself won’t survive

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Francis Fukuyama says the creeping belief in open societies that everything is rigged or politicised attacks our trust in institutions. Without trust, democracy itself won’t survive
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