The American left’s resurgence isn’t an original idea, and it may fail just as the Tea Party did.
Comparisons between the US and other fascist regimes are natural, but in the US, this phenomenon will take on uniquely evangelical traits.
Research shows that the church has become a leading cause of mental distress among lgb people, from pushing people out of their faith home to sponsoring hate.
When Bal Thackeray died, the streets of Mumbai were ominously quiet, providing a glimpse into the future for other nations attempting to topple populist leaders.
Le Front National, France’s neo-Nazi nationalist party, didn’t spring up in a vacuum. Learn about the history of the right in France — and why their populist rhetoric doesn’t equate to supporting ordinary French people.
The rapid expansion of the surveillance state should be cause for concern; even if you have nothing to hide.
The suppression of Chinese dissidents could be a preview of America’s future under the control of Donald Trump and Jeff Sessions.
How did the Lib Dems go so wrong, so quickly? Philippa Willitts explores the rise and fall of liberal dreams in the UK.
Can Trump turn his populist rhetoric into globalization that works for everyone, or will he serve corporate interests?
Those with the most to lose are among the loudest in the new rebellion — do privileged Americans want to maintain the status quo, or join in?