Has the public’s tolerance for austerity reached the tipping point of social unrest? Is having an increasingly large portion of public resources spent on financing debt rather than education and health anti-social? Has the public’s confidence and trust in public reforms and government officials eroded beyond repair? You might feel [...]
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The Intelligence Quarterly magazine is published four times a year under the direction of Executive Vice President Mikael Hagstrom. Here, you can read Hagstrom's take on current and past themes covered in the magazine.
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