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European Union Strikes Back at Populism

By renouncing the Law and Justice party, Poland could return to the EU fold

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The Soviet Roots of Democratic Crisis in Latvia

As the country falls under populist rule is it a change -- or an old story?

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EssaysFeatureThe Left and the Crisis of Democracy: A Symposium

Politics, Pessimism, and Populism

We have lost the sense of the possible that social democracy injected into postwar liberal democracy

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Hannah Arendt’s Crises, and Ours

The “worldlessness” of our time manifests itself in right-wing populism

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Ágnes Heller: Orbán is a Tyrant

From the time he became the prime minister of Hungary, Orban was always interested in concentrating all the power in his hands.

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The Electoral Success of the Radical Right in Europe

Why are the Radical Right better at "capitalizing" on 'Populism' than the Radical Left?

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Who Are We Now?

AMLO, Trump, and American Opportunities

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