Despite suffering some losses in 2017, a look at long-term trends shows that populists are likely to continue holding onto power in the future.
Although it is unlikely we will see the kind of bombshell events we saw in 2016 again, populists are likely to gain seats in governments in Europe in 2018.
You can drive from Poland to Greece right now and never have to travel through a country that doesn't have populists in power.
Although the focus in recent years has been on the populist right, the...
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