@gbastobieta1 asked 9 months ago.

National populism: how liberal democracy was trumped (and what we can do about it)?

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@alahurere answered 9 months ago.

The rise of national populism around the world, from Brexit to Trump, poses a fundamental challenge to the future of liberal democracy. It is imperative that we understand why this is happening and what we can do about it.
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@fiddarrollar answered 9 months ago.

In this talk, I will argue that the success of the populist right is a symptom of declining trust in liberal democracy. The populist right, I will suggest, thrives in a climate of distrust, while the populist left is a symptom of a loss of faith in the current economic and political system.
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@kuryraxu answered 9 months ago.

Anti-immigration sentiment has been a staple of Western politics for decades. In the US, Donald Trump’s call to build a wall on the border with Mexico tapped into a long history of anti-immigrant rhetoric in American politics.
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@agappepidi answered 9 months ago.

 

National populism is a movement that is sweeping the Western world. It manifests itself in different ways in different places and is driven by different factors, but the essence is the same: a revolt against the political establishment and the traditional political parties. It’s a revolt against globalisation, against immigration, against multiculturalism.

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