Donald Trump may lose his bid for the US presidency, but many will be waiting to take his mantle.
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Donald Trump may lose his bid for the White House. But far more competent, grassroots politicians will line up to take his mantle.
Populism is a hot topic around the globe right now, and much can be learned from studying its history.
Donald Trump’s campaign has been built upon controversial statements that have kept his name in the news.
The narrative Donald Trump has played during the campaign is that the elites who have abandoned him or disagree with him are all part of the establishment he seeks to destroy.
Diane James is to succeed Nigel Farage.
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Farage's successor says hers is the 'opposition party in waiting'. But it's going to need a plan beyond Brexit.
Tea Party supporters have been demanding to be heard for a long time.
We are witnessing the global rise of populism. Once seen as a fringe phenomenon from another era or only certain parts of the world, populism is a mainstay of politics today across the globe.
Before he was the Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump accepted three bars of gold bullion as payment for a 10-year lease on a building he owned.
The people wanted reform but they got excuses, and now populism is winning.
Orban is on a high after the Brexit vote.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has caught referendum fever. He is giving his public a vote on refugee policy in what is being seen as a two-fingered salute to the EU.
Clinton and Trump.
The major presidential candidates each gave an economic address this week. Get behind the problems they identified and the promises they made with this roundup of key coverage from our archive.
Mad as hell and tagging you in the comments.
Pressure from online comments can cause our democratically elected leaders to act in the strangest ways.
Much of Trump’s popularity comes from his populist messages.
Both the Republican and Democratic platforms show a shift away from globalization, thanks to the influence of the rise of populists in both parties.
What's a single-issue party to do once it has achieved it's only ambition?
A lack of constructive critique of the EU’s failings is giving rise to widespread European populism and dissent.
Europe at the moment is divided into two stark responses to the EU – exit or remain. A third, better option would be to stay, but challenge and change it from within.
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The stakes would be even higher for other member states, but populists are bound to make a play for their own referendums.
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Far-right populism and hatred do not erupt, they are stoked.
Venezuela is not a progressive paradise.
The establishment media wants it one way, and the populist left another. Why is there so little straight reporting on Latin America?
Many voters feel the major parties aren’t listening, which can be part of the appeal of populist candidates such as One Nation’s Pauline Hanson.
Watch Anne Tiernan and Duncan McDonnell discuss the popularity of minor parties and independents in this election – including what the Nick Xenophon Team learnt from the Palmer United Party.
Donald Trump’s boastful and bullying leadership style encapsulates many of the worst features and sentiments of today’s world.
In a world out of balance, one in which arrogance and unaccountability combine in a corrosive synergy, humility can offer a powerful alternative vision of how to approach democratic government.
Waving the Austrian flag: the leaders of the Freedom Party.
Austria and the almost victory of the far right is a canary in a coal mine. A new political divide is emerging on both sides of the Atlantic.
Neoliberal policies have given way to resentment toward immigrants in Germany and other European countries.
Why are populist candidates all the rage this year in the race for the White House? Recent research from Harvard and BU links it to the market economy and a similar trend in Europe.
There is no better alternative than the rise of the populist left for Europe and beyond.
The People's Assembly Against Austerity
The future of democracy depends on developing a left-wing populism that can revive public interest by mobilising political passions in the fight for an alternative to neoliberal de-democratisation.