Monday, March 31, 2024
By Steven L. Taylor

I just got off the phone doing an interview for a Kurdish magazine (name Golan, I think) about democracy and multi-party systems. I think the fellow found me via the blog, but it was a little unclear. Still, when one answers one’s phone at 11 o’clock in the morning on a normal Monday, one doesn’t expect Iraqi Kuridstan to be on the other end of the line…

At any rate, hopefully I was helpful, although his question were quite broad, making succinct and useful answers somewhat difficult to provide.

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3 Responses to “It’s a Small World, After All…”

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    1. Jenda Says:

      Nice of the interviewer to respect the time difference. ;-)

    2. Ratoe Says:

      Were they asking you to draw comparisons between the FARC and the PKK, or something?

      (pardon if this is a duplicate post)

    3. Dr. Steven Taylor Says:

      Mostly the questions were general ones about the functioning of two party systems v. multi-party ones. Lot of Comparative Politics 101 kinds of things, at least from me.

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