Monkey Cage: Britain’s Labour Party is seeing a flood of new members. That’s why it’s in such trouble.

Firing Comey was legal. That doesn’t mean it was a good idea.; In China, rumors are flying about David Dao’s alleged $140 million settlement from United Airlines; How authoritarianism is shaping American politics (and it’s not just about Trump); South Korea just elected a new president. Will there be new friction with the U.S.?;
 
Monkey Cage
 
 
Britain’s Labour Party is seeing a flood of new members. That’s why it’s in such trouble.
The Labour party’s flood of new members may be making it unelectable.
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Firing Comey was legal. That doesn’t mean it was a good idea.
No, this isn’t the “Tuesday Night Massacre.” But it sure doesn’t look good.
 
In China, rumors are flying about David Dao’s alleged $140 million settlement from United Airlines
There’s a deeper story here about public confidence in the Chinese government.
 
How authoritarianism is shaping American politics (and it’s not just about Trump)
Partisanship and authoritarianism are increasingly intertwined. This started well before 2016.
 
South Korea just elected a new president. Will there be new friction with the U.S.?
And will Moon Jae-in now push for greater engagement with North Korea?
 
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