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Tagged With Populism

The biggest risks facing the world in 2018

How Donald Trump rose to power in America, according to former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis

The battle for Trump's economy is over -- and it wasn't even close

THE INTERVIEW: Jonah Peretti on taking BuzzFeed to the world, AI in media, and the rise of populist politics

Trump congratulates Emmanuel Macron on his 'big win' in the French election

If Donald Trump is a populist, he's doing it all wrong

Here's where Atlassian stands on the state of global politics and how to be a leader in contentious times

Justin Trudeau on working with Trump: 'He is a little bit unlike many politicians'

The last time a Le Pen made it this far in France's presidential race they got crushed

RAY DALIO: Here's what we should be paying attention to as populism sweeps the globe

Ray Dalio explains why we may be repeating the mistakes of the 1930s

The world's largest hedge fund just published a 60-page paper on populism, and said the movement is at its highest level since the eve of WWII

One chart explains how populism came to dominate the global landscape in 2017

The CFO of Australia's largest bank says rising populism shows times have changed and companies need to adapt

A top Macquarie strategist explains why all our new technology hasn't made us more productive

'An act of resistance': Anti-Trump protestors hang banners from bridges around the UK ahead of inauguration

The biggest economic risk in 2017 is the one thing Trump thinks will rescue US jobs

PROMINENT ECONOMIST: A 'soft Brexit' could heighten political risks

This chart shows the threat of populism in 20 of the world's biggest economies

Markets may have taken the wrong lessons from Brexit and the rise of Donald Trump