Populism

The New Old Democrats

It's not the 1990s anymore. People want the government to help solve big problems. Here's how the Democrats must respond.

By Jake Sullivan

Hurricane Doug

Why Doug Ford’s victory isn’t actually a decisive win for populism in Canada.

By Ira Wells

What’s Left of the Right?

Can the Republican Party survive Trump? Should it? Four Never-Trump conservatives discuss.

By David Frum Liz Mair Jennifer Rubin Peter Wehner

Eastern Europe Marches Right

Why the astonishing decline of liberalism—and the rise of the far-right—was a long time coming in Eastern Europe.

By John Feffer

A Venezuela of the North?

Defenders of the status quo have turned to South America in search of a boogey man of the left to compete with Trump. But demonizing left-wing populism makes authoritarianism more likely, not less.

By Benjamin L. McKean