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Editors’ Insight 36

What Will Trump Do?

The populist surge challenging political establishments worldwide has now claimed the biggest prize of all. Jan-Werner Mueller, Nouriel Roubini, Joseph Stiglitz, and other Project Syndicate commentators weigh the costs for America and the world.

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Editors’ Insight 23

Does Economic Pain Really Explain Populism?

Donald Trump’s likely defeat in the US presidential election may not mean the end of the frustration that fueled his campaign, and the rise of populists from Hungary to the Philippines. Anatole Kaletsky, Dambisa Moyo, Andrés Velasco, and other Project Syndicate contributors consider the reasons for that frustration – and how it can be stopped.

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Editors’ Insight 25

Is Populism Being Trumped?

From the US and the UK to Latin America and Asia, toxic political leaders and dangerous policies have suffered some important recent setbacks. Mohamed A. El-Erian, Philippe Legrain, Shashi Tharoor, and other Project Syndicate commentators explain why – and how the shift in political momentum might be sustained.

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