How Could Donald Trump And Brexit Happen?

Video Successful Societies 22.09.2017

CIFAR Associate Fellow Peter Hall discusses the rise of populism with Social Europe Editor-in-Chief Henning Meyer. Why do so many people support populists and what can mainstream parties do to counter the threat populist parties pose to the democratic substance of Western societies?

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