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Sunday, June 06, 2004

Vaclav Havel criticises European Leaders' Populism 

Vaclav Havel, the Czech playwright who became Czechoslovakia's most famous 'dissident' and went on to be his country's first democratically elected President when communism fell, recently criticised the unimaginative populism of many European leaders.

(From SILT via Non Tibi Spiro)

This blog has been quite slow for the past couple of months. This is because I've been working a lot of overtime, and have also been preoccupied with other projects.

In addition, I've been ill for the past four days, and have been unable to write up a couple of posts I had planned.

I've added more links though - hopefully they will keep readers occupied :)
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