Tag: populism

Dear elites: Did you learn your lesson? | Anand Giridharadas

One of the things that happened in recent years was that as globalization – which is kind of a catch-all term for what was happening in terms of increased economic interdependence, growing trade, technology, technological penetration of many industries and automation and all those things – and everything the internet did was that because all of those things integration of...

Right-Wing Populist Parties and Border Issues. Toward a Global Perspective

we are very happy to have here professor Oscar Mazzoleni he is a professor of Political Science and the director of the Research Observatory Original Research at the University of Lausanne, Switzerland his main research interests include party politics, regionalism, nationalism and populism He has been a visiting professor in several places like the University of Geneva, Paris Sorbonne, Columbia...

Human progress and how we might blow it (Jonah Goldberg’s “Suicide of the West”) | reTHINK TANK

According to the book of Genesis, the first humans lived in an earthly paradise. But man’s natural state was no Eden. Instead, it consisted of grinding poverty punctuated by horrific violence, terminated with an early death. Yet despite the progress since our caveman days, many think there’s something inherently alienating or unfair or just plain wrong about the present. People...