This Week at Persuasion

Sheri Berman on the rules of democracy, Andrew Stroehlein on forgotten tyrants, and Ian Dunt on Britain's creeping illiberalism.

Locals queue to vote in Greenland’s election, held today. Though under 60,000 people are expected to head to the polls, the result will decide the fate of Chinese-backed mining projects there. Greenland has recently become a site of competition between global powers vying for its natural resources. (Emil Helms/Ritzau Scanpix via AP)

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