Appearances can be deceiving. An initial attempt at forming a cabinet ends with participants affable, but smiling mysteriously about the failure. All information from the Kremlin appears to have been provided by a "Ministry of Disinformation & Deception". The success of the German car industry is portrayed as a plot against the biggest consumer market in the world. Democratic mechanisms are deployed to give an autocratic president more power.
Were the British elections perhaps a subtle attempt by the Prime Minister to reverse Brexit? After all, she was very much against it, wasn't she?
In the world of instant news, ever-more cunning communication strategies abound, resulting in a mix of fact and fiction. Authentic, outspoken and, above all, honest leadership appears to be winning in France and Ireland, though. Signs of hope? Or are we in for a disappointment?
Organisations that champion political correctness risk running aground in purely politically desirable answers. Are "correct" answers the new lies?
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