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This essay on the shaken state of western political systems argues that liberal ideals should remain steadfastly at their core
Even once Donald Trump is out of the White House, his movement seems set to remain a central force
It is wishful liberal thinking to believe that maladministration will undo them
For Steven Pinker, the good news is clear. But progress depends on critics as well as cheerleaders, argues Jan-Werner Müller
Hungary receives subsidies from Brussels, yet disregards the rules of the EU club
Anti-establishment politicians rely on help from the mainstream
What are described as populists are often protest parties which can play a constructive role