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Is It Important to Live in a Democracy?

Written by Sonya Filipenko, 3rd year student of Moscow State Institute of International RelationsWe hear the word “democracy” almost every day when we watch the news or talk about politics. For most of the people it appears to be a universal tool for indicating progress and achievement, but this leads to a depreciation of such a complex term which is still hard to formulate.The greatest minds wondered what is democracy and whether it is essential and this resulted in various concepts of this…See More
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Is It Important to Live in a Democracy?

Written by Sonya Filipenko, 3rd year student of Moscow State Institute of International RelationsWe hear the word “democracy” almost every day when we watch the news or talk about politics. For most of the people it appears to be a universal tool for indicating progress and achievement, but this leads to a depreciation of such a complex term which is still hard to formulate.The greatest minds wondered what is democracy and whether it is essential and this resulted in various concepts of this…See More
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Is It Important to Live in a Democracy?

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Written by Sonya Filipenko, 3rd year student of Moscow State Institute of International Relations



We hear the word “democracy” almost every day when we watch the news or talk about politics. For most of the people it appears to be a universal tool for indicating progress and achievement, but this leads to a depreciation of such a complex term which is still hard to formulate.

The greatest minds wondered what is democracy and whether it is…

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