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Populations Choose Populism: Part Two: Factors of Populism and Nationalism

In this article, we are going to take a variety of factors and analyse them using linear regression to see the relationship between differing factors and the rise of populist and nationalist parties in the European Election 2019, including both native and foreign unemployment, real GDP growth, asylum applications, and existing Islamic presence.

Populations choose Populism: Part One: European Election 2019

We have seen the hollowing out of the centre in preference to fringe parties. This article will cover the results of the European Election 2019, as well as present the circumstances that allowed this to happen, and what we can expect in the future. We shall cover the results across all of Europe, the role of the European Parliament, note some domestic issues that may have brought it up, notice the link with asylum seekers and populism.

The Rise of Modi: Indian Election 2019

The election of Modi to Prime Minister of India, as well as the rise of his party to a second consecutive win, has many people concerned. Modi is often called a populist, far-right leader, nationalist, or racist. This article will outline who he is; what he represents; the conditions in which he arose; what he promises to do; what he has already (or already failed to get) done; and what we can expect from this ‘man of reform’.

Democracy is Failing the New Generation

With the rise of populism, increasing popularity of both communism and fascism across the world, this article attempts to argue that the causes of this instability is caused by economic factors, such as a lack of social mobility, disposable income, inflation, lowering income, and reducing levels of home ownership. The loss of hope and opportunity has led to this loss.