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    Commentary: Is the American Dream dead?

    The American Dream was always living on borrowed time. Now that the days of strong, inclusive growth may be over, a new narrative is needed, says ...
  2. Orban's plan is designed to encourage Hungarian women to have more children and thus reverse

    Commentary: What Hungary is doing for families and women’s work-life balance

    Viktor Orban’s critics have been equally slow to understand the social and economic policies that help families and underpin his popularity, says ...
  3. Supporters cheer behind him as Trump holds a rally with supporters in an arena in Youngstown, Ohio

    Commentary: Is the populist tide finally retreating?

    Populism sits uneasily with the trend of growing support for globalisation and immigration, says Professor Joseph Nye at Harvard.
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    Commentary: The decline of trust in governments around the world

    While people's trust in their politicians has been damaged, it would be morally unacceptable to give up on the project of restoring political ...
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    Commentary: From economic crisis and inequality to World War III

    We must take seriously the possibility that the next economic crisis could lead to a large-scale military confrontation, says economist Qian Liu.
  6. International Monetary Fund warned world leaders that protectionist measures will not work

    Commentary: Ready or not, Globalisation 4.0 is upon us

    New global norms, standards, policies, and conventions are needed to safeguard public trust, says Klaus Schwab.
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    Commentary: What if populism fails?

    Failure by the populist parties who have taken their countries by storm could be catastrophic and leave millions of their supporters embittered ...
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    Commentary: Populist electoral gains and its five stages of grief

    The far-right movements in Germany and the US share similarities and may force mainstream parties to adopt more hardline positions, says the ...