Around the world, numerous countries have witnessed a resurgence of strongman politics with many governments embracing populist ideals.
Leaders such as U.S. President Donald Trump, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi have come to power by making patriotic appeals to the people and railing against the elite.
Immigration has also been the driving force of populist nationalism in Northern and Eastern Europe and the United States.
To discuss this:
- Patrick Deneen is a professor of political science at the University of Notre Dame and author of “Why Liberalism Failed.”
- Jack Janes is a senior fellow at the German Marshall Fund.
- Rodrigo Constantino is an economist and author.
- Andrew Dowling is a senior lecturer at Cardiff University.
Opinion: Populist nationalism is on the march.
No one seems to know how to stop it. https://t.co/2RgJ3ZrHJO
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