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The German elections: a turning point for populism?

The rise of populism in Europe (and in America) has been a constant narrative for the past several years. The quick rise of eurosceptic and populist parties like UKIP, the Front National, and the Five Star Movement all contributed to

The German elections: a turning point for populism?

The rise of populism in Europe (and in America) has been a constant narrative for the past several years. The quick rise of eurosceptic and populist parties like UKIP, the Front National, and the Five Star Movement all contributed to

Winners and losers of Spanish political deadlock

Political deadlock has been the story in Spanish politics ever since the landmark December 2015 general election that put an end to the traditional two-party system in the country. Although the incumbent Prime Minister Rajoy and his PP party won

Winners and losers of Spanish political deadlock

Political deadlock has been the story in Spanish politics ever since the landmark December 2015 general election that put an end to the traditional two-party system in the country. Although the incumbent Prime Minister Rajoy and his PP party won

Five things to watch in French regional elections

The French will head to the polls in a regional election set in a tense atmosphere. Coming less than a month after the November 13 terrorist attacks that left 130 people dead, the elections are yet another test for the

Five things to watch in French regional elections

The French will head to the polls in a regional election set in a tense atmosphere. Coming less than a month after the November 13 terrorist attacks that left 130 people dead, the elections are yet another test for the

Missing from the US foreign policy debate: public opinion

Obama’s foreign policy has recently come under harsh criticism. A quieter and more restrained United States on the world stage has led opponents and even many supporters, at home and abroad, to say that Obama has no vision or leadership

Missing from the US foreign policy debate: public opinion

Obama’s foreign policy has recently come under harsh criticism. A quieter and more restrained United States on the world stage has led opponents and even many supporters, at home and abroad, to say that Obama has no vision or leadership