Tag: populist nationalism

Back to the future: Another populist, volatile ‘roaring twenties’?


The populist test to liberal democracy will remain robust throughout the 2020s,  argues Yasmeen Serhan, a London-based staff writer at The Atlantic: Across Europe, populist leaders have displayed their willingness to… Read more »

‘Autocracy Now’ – personalized authoritarianism


  The leading figures on the world stage today practice a brutal, smash-mouth politics, a personalized authoritarianism, notes Foreign Affairs editor Gideon Rose. Old-school strongmen, they do whatever is needed to… Read more »

Geopolitical volatility driving transatlantic populist challenge


The transatlantic populist challenge is no longer confined to a few albeit stronger anti-establishment far right parties entering government and parliaments, according to a new report. Mainstream political parties are… Read more »