There have been setbacks — but populists are consolidating, not retreating
By failing to team up with Pat Buchanan, he set back his cause by 20 years
At a time of angry division, what can bind us together?
Il Capitano has become the most important populist in Europe
He spearheads large projects that project his image across India in a presidential way
If Trump continues to ignore the forces that elected him, he will unleash great cynicism
The Italian interior minister’s methods are daring – and wildly popular
Five Star’s approach may work in opposition but not in government or in practice
The French President is becoming the lightning rod for a pervasive discontent with the European project
Economics is obsessed with the gains arising from scale. But identity does not scale neatly or quickly
Not so long ago, populists were banging on the door of Europe. Now they’re inside and calling the shots
What were the students protesting Steve Bannon so afraid of? Plato knew: it was a matter of the difference between the spoken and the written word
Many voters are troubled by the fact that much of the new migration is illegal, and that the numbers are so large that assimilation will be difficult
Personal antipathy between the two men is turning into a contest for European hearts and minds
As violent crime soars, the Sweden Democrats gain support
If the Democratic Party are wondering why they’re losing young white men, they need look no further than Sweden.
Two parties from opposite sides of the political spectrum were set to unite over a mutual disdain for the euro.
Why aren’t British children called Roger any more? I wondered this when reading about the sad death of the English…
The man who could become Italy’s next prime minister is sat just opposite the entrance to the huge US and…
A couple of years back, while writing my book Radicals, I secured an interview with Beppe Grillo, leader of the…