The unmaking of the liberal revolution
Ivan Krastev in a talk with Eric Frey at the Vienna Humanities Festival 2017
The international liberal order is dead, although it has not yet been buried. Its demise has been accompanied by the rise of strong men, the rollback of liberal-humanitarian values, and the return of the language of total victory. How and why has this happened? On 24 September 2017, Ivan Krastev—IWM Permanent Fellow, regular contributor to The New York Times, and author of “After Europe” (2017)—reflected on the unraveling of the liberal order in a conversation with Eric Frey (Der Standard).
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