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

How Would a Populist Tax?

Spoiler alert: not like Trump.

By Max B. Sawicky