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The populists are coming! In many European countries, so-called “populist” political parties are on the rise, disrupting the established political order and ...

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Infographic: Populism Becoming More Popular In Europe | Statista

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Europe's defense fund ignores real threat: populism

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Rising geopolitical and geoeconomic tensions are the most urgent risks the world faces in 2019, while worsening international relations are hindering a ...

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The share of the vote for populist authoritarian parliamentary parties across 34 OECD countries. DATA: ParlGov data.

The current government has also been more outspoken in criticizing Western Europe's approach to Russia and has been vocal in opposing Germany's refugee ...

The West is burning: our age of geopolitical decay – Daniel Leslie – Medium

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Examining Geopolitical Risks Under a Different Lens

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Over one-third (34%) of middle market companies plan to grow 6%-10% this year, far outpacing the latest World Bank global GDP growth forecasts of 2.7%, ...

Explaining the Rise of Populism in Poland: The Post-Communist Transition as a Critical Juncture and Origin of Political Decay in Poland - Inquiries Journal

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This chart from BofA shows the market continuing to set new records in both the speed and aggressiveness in which it “buys the dip”.

Five Ingredients for A Populist Backlash

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World Report 2018: The Pushback Against the Populist Challenge | Human Rights Watch

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This year marks Axco's second annual preview of the top risks that will affect businesses and investors in the year ahead.

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The share of income going to the top one percent of earners is back up from below 8 percent of total income in 1970 to above 20 percent of total income.

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