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News in Review

The results of the Brexit vote in the United Kingdom and the U.S. presidential election in 2016 may have caught many by surprise, but those who study political philosophy say it’s all part of an anti-establishment backlash. It indicates a return to so-called “populism,” where the people want more say in the direction of their country. And that could spell major changes for the leaders of many European nations in the near future.

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NIR-17-01 - Europe's Discontent: The Backlash of Populism

NIR-17-01 - Europe's Discontent: The Backlash of Populism