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Right-wing Populism and the Attack on Cooperative International Security

Right-wing Populism and the Attack on Cooperative International Security

When policies can be framed about the security of the foreigner at the expense of the local or domestic, populists and right-wing opportunists can take advantage.

Narratives, Emotions, and the Contestations of the Liberal Order

Narratives, Emotions, and the Contestations of the Liberal Order

Scholars should look at narratives in order to explore developments in world politics and because they might make them mindful of the nature of their own narratives.

Interview – Octavio Amorim Neto

Interview – Octavio Amorim Neto

Professor Octavio Amorim Neto talks to us about Brazil’s foreign policy, the Bolsonaro presidency and the constitutional developments of Portuguese-speaking countries.

Interview – Eric Kaufmann

Interview – Eric Kaufmann

Eric Kaufmann discusses the rise of right-wing populism, explains the meaning and implications of ‘whiteshift’, and reflects on developments in political demography.

Ukrainian and European Populism: Different but Also Very Similar

Ukrainian and European Populism: Different but Also Very Similar

In 2019, Ukrainian voters will be given the choice between voting for the current political forces or the populist alternative. Everyone will be closely watching.

Review – Us vs. Them: The Failure of Globalism

Review – Us vs. Them: The Failure of Globalism

Ian Bremmer argues that the shortcomings of globalism have been channeled into ‘us vs. them politics’, however the solutions he offers need to be broadened.

Interview – Matthew Goodwin

Interview – Matthew Goodwin

Matthew Goodwin talks about his new book National Populism, the upcoming Swedish elections, eurosceptic and pro-European political parties, and the Brexit referendum.

Why Macron’s Victory Is a Triumph for Disillusionment and Populism

Why Macron’s Victory Is a Triumph for Disillusionment and Populism

Emmanuel Macron’s victory represents the reproduction of the same forces which birthed the recent wave of popular apathy and hostility to transnational elites.

Populism Marches On

Populism Marches On

The Dutch election is neither a victory for liberalism nor a victory for racism, but a victory for frustration, anger, anxiety and resentment.

Why the 2017 Dutch Elections Will Not Kick-off a “Patriotic Spring”

Why the 2017 Dutch Elections Will Not Kick-off a “Patriotic Spring”

The Dutch elections will not lead to the start of a “patriotic spring” of the European populist far right, but may instead signal a rebalancing of European politics.

The Nationalist International: Is There a Brown Network in the Making?

The Nationalist International: Is There a Brown Network in the Making?

Because of divergent nationalist agendas, the creation of a stable and unified alliance between right-wing populist parties seems highly unlikely.

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