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An interesting thread by Charles Grant, the director of the Centre for European Reform, who explains the impact of Donald Trump’s four years, Joe Biden’s election, and the coronavirus pandemic on global politics over the next decade.
We compared the language of populist leaders with their mainstream opponents – The results were unexpected.6 min read
Populists leaders are supposed to use simpler language than their opponents. A comprehensive study shows this is not always the case.
Politics cannot be separated from emotion, as the past few months have clearly shown.
A pathological need to please is preventing the prime minister from breaking bad news.
Fighting populism requires us to recognise its embeddedness in business elites. Viktor Orbán’s regime is a case in point.
I teach seminars on democracy in an age of populism at a major university in the American Midwest. Bob Woodward has just made my job that little bit harder.