The slippery task of pinning down cancel culture and its assault on nuanced debate

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The trouble with cancel culture is that it is hard to define. Trying to do so feels like falling down the proverbial rabbit hole where you struggle to find the right path while bumping up against dead ends, tangents and he-said-she-said accusations. It’s even hard to prove cancel culture’s existence because that depends on how you define it. If it…

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International relations analyst, writer and professor at the IE School of Global & Public Affairs. www.alanamoceri.com / @alanamoceri.

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Alana Moceri

Alana Moceri

International relations analyst, writer and professor at the IE School of Global & Public Affairs. www.alanamoceri.com / @alanamoceri.

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