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Some of the world’s most respected thinkers look back on the populist uprisings of 2016, and on the uncertainty that seems inevitable in 2017. In Fatal Attraction, these authors seek to explain the forces fanning this wildfire, and what can – and must – be done to contain its spread, if not extinguish it entirely.
Donald TuskEurope’s Values are Its Best Defense
George SorosOpen Society Needs Defending
Tony BlairSaving the Center
Margaret MacmillanThe New Year and The New Populism
Maciej KisilowskiHow Eastern Europe Blew Up the West
Francis FukuyamaThe Emergence of a Post Fact World
Joseph E. StiglitzThe Age of Trump
Angus DeatonGetting Past the Globalization Bogeyman
Lucrezia ReichlinPopulism and the Future of Central Banking in 2017
Juan Manuel SantosThe Making of a Peacemaker
Christine LegardeThe Challenge of Economic Inclusion
Michael SandelLessons from the Populist Uprising
Dominic BartonCapitalism Confronts the Populist Challenge
Kaushik BasuEconomic Impossibilities for Our Grandchildren
Joaquim LevyThe Economic Promise of Climate-Smart Infrastructure
Jim O’NeillWhich Way for Emerging Markets in 2017?
Minxin PeiXi Jinping’s Year of Living Dangerously
Raghuram RajanDemocracy, Inclusion, and Prosperity
Abdullah GulA Middle East Peace Agenda for 2017
Larry Diamond and Hesham SallamThe Middle East’s Next Moment of Reckoning