"The imposition of a boycott is incompatible with open, democratic dialogue." No, boycotts are one facet of an open, democratic dialogue. The ability (and in most enlightened democracies, right) of people to organize and protest is a cornerstone of democracy. Sometimes, that protest takes the form of a boycott. Whatever your opinion of those imposing it, suggesting it's inconsistent with free and open dialogue is pure silliness.
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