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Is polarisation driven by Hyper Information Disorder Syndrome?

Publication date 11 December 2019 | 21:23 | ICT

Mass protests seems to be breaking out all over the place. The root causes of these protests have many local reasons, but there are common themes, such as inequality, corruption, incompetent governments, rural-urban migration, demography

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