Posts tagged Populism
At the Grassroots of Populism: Yellow Vests, Red Fury

Does populism always need strong leadership? The leaderless "Gilets Jaunes" in France have managed to change domestic policy, proving to be as disruptive as radical populist parties in other Western democracies.

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Change the Narrative: How a Swiss Group is Beating Right-Wing Populists

Operation Libero is winning key victories by using fun but hard-hitting messages to tackle fear and pessimism.

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Searching for Somewhere: My Cosmopolitan Lover’s Affair with Far-Right Populism

A personal essay about how a young, European studies graduate became obsessed by the social media presence of the Austrian leader of Generation Identity, Martin Sellner, and his girlfriend, the American far-right journalist Brittany Pettibone.

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One Simple Hack to Take Back the People

Chantal Mouffe pleads for a Left Populism. We find ourselves in a crisis of political participation, in which many citizens have lost trust in parties. How can a Left Populism counter this tide?

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