Thursday, October 27, 2016
  1. The Anti-Democratic Heart of Populism

    Andrés Velasco

    The Anti-Democratic Heart of Populism


     rejects the view that populist politics is simply a response to bad economics.

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    The underlying view is that rising populism in the US and Europe is a straightforward consequence of globalization and its unwanted effects: lost jobs and stagnant middle-class incomes. But populism is not about taxation, lost jobs, or income inequality; It is about who gets to represent the people and how. READ MORE

  2. America After the Election

    Richard N. Haass

    America After the Election


     speculates about what the US – and the world – can expect once the next president is in power.

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    The one thing that most Americans can agree on nowadays is that the current presidential campaign – which has exposed deep fault lines within American society and damaged the country’s global reputation – has gone on for too long. As it finally nears its conclusion, the time has come to ask: what comes next? READ MORE

  3. Theresa May’s Nasty Britain

    Mark Leonard

    Theresa May’s Nasty Britain


     sees no future for British nativism, despite the government's best efforts to stoke it.

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    British Prime Minister Theresa May, who once warned her fellow Conservatives of the perils of being known as the “nasty party,” is in danger of turning the UK into the nasty country. Britain's cosmopolitan majority needs to stand up to the nativism which fueled the June Brexit referendum – and to which May is now playing. READ MORE

  4. 英国脱欧悖论

    Ana Palacio
  5. 欧洲的进步政治联盟

    Kemal Derviş

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