Politics

By Alexander Fritz Englund

Populism is on the rise, especially in Europe. Determining the causes is of crucial political importance. Some claim that “neoliberal”…

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By Nilima Gulrajani

Every few years, the reorganisation of foreign aid bureaucracy becomes a topical issue in development policy circles. The last time…

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By Various Authors

Analysis of more than 10,000 Europeans has identified six distinct groups of voters across the continent – challenging the polarized…

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By Phillip Blond; Mark Morrin; Tom Follett

Reform is essential in facing up to England’s economic and political challenges. Local government has, some places, risen to the…

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By Clare McNeil; Carys Roberts; Charlotte Snelling

A new generation of young women is ready and willing to participate in politics. The UK general election in June…

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By Andreas Johansson Heino

The 2017 TIMBRO Authoritarian Populism Index is the only Europe-wide comprehensive study that aims to shed light on whether populism…

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By Matthew Elliott

Having written about the March 2017 Dutch election for the Legatum Institute, Matthew Elliott has now turned his attention to…

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By Giovanni Caccavello

Given a letter from the EPP, S&D, and ALDE party presidents to the European Parliament, the European Union will begin…

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By Matthew Elliott

2016 delivered two major political shocks to the West with profound global consequences: first the decision by British voters to…

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