The Dutch election results reveal what's wrong with the country's so-called "liberalism"
The rise of right-wing parties in the Dutch elections brings to light long-running tensions around race and immigration
Liberals are set on a collision course with democracy
Two new books attempt to chart a course through choppy political waters. David Goodhart is unconvinced
Theresa May’s artful balance of populism and globalism
May's careful balancing act has swallowed the UKIP vote—but to be sustainable, she needs bolder policy solutions.
The right-wing case against populism
It is no friend to conservatism—but liberalism is
The struggle to find Labour’s next struggle
The party is in the doldrums. But, in a world of injustice, it can renew its purpose if it can only find a fair fight to pick. That is also the means to taking on populism
What can we expect from this year’s German elections?
The main political challenge may come from the mainstream left, not the populist right
Trump won’t permanently change America
Overreaching is always followed by a reaction
Posturing behind “the people”
The populist insurgency is a veil—masking money and power
The roots of populism
The phenomenon is a wholesale suspicion of the principle of representation itself
Italian referendum: some populists are worth listening to
Italy's Five Star Movement has crushed a PM. It shouldn't be ignored
The way we were: American populism—the people and their enemies
Extracts from memoirs and diaries
Populism versus democracy
If MPs uncritically accept the results of the EU referendum, they are not doing their jobs