A masked protester embraces a man wearing a Donald Trump mask at a pro-US rally on December 1 in Hong Kong, after US President Donald Trump signed the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act. Photo: Kyodo
Peter G. de Krassel
Opinion

Opinion

Peter G. de Krassel

Despite the Trump impeachment and Brexit sagas, 2019 was a good year for democracy

  • Although democracy in action may be messy, people around the world prefer it to the alternatives because it is multifaceted and flexible enough to accommodate voters’ demands and the changing world
A masked protester embraces a man wearing a Donald Trump mask at a pro-US rally on December 1 in Hong Kong, after US President Donald Trump signed the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act. Photo: Kyodo
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