Fate of Populism in Post-Covid-19 World
Political trends had never been this synchronized until the turn of 21st century when the entire world saw a whole new lot of politicians rising around the globe. These world leaders, labelled populists, gained more power in years to come. The 9/11, economic crisis of 2008, and the migration crisis of 2015 whipped fear and created wedges among people as well as peoples. These events provided fertile grounds for sowing seeds of unilateralism and prompting disdain for traditional democracies, bureaucracies, science, accepted protocols and existing system—the very characteristics of populism. Thus, mentioned crises became gateway for bolstering populism.
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