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A brief guide to the German election: Merkel's coalition crossroads

Friday, 15 September 2017

In this report, published on the eve of the Bundestag election, we try to answer another relevant question: why has populism failed to take off in Germany? The extreme forces on both sides of the political spectrum have remained at the fringe, despite Germany facing the same forces of global change as its neighbours. We explore to what extent this is down to Angela Merkel’s leadership or historical and economic reasons.

Read the guide here.

 

 


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French Legislative Elections 2017: First Round Analysis

Thursday, 15 June 2017

As part of his Senior Fellowship, Matthew Elliott is researching the rise of populism and examining the underlying factors contributing to the rise (or otherwise) of populist movements across the world. Following on from his analysis of the French presidential election, this short paper provides an analysis after the first round of voting in the legislative elections.


Commentary

Senior Fellow Matthew Elliott recently visited America where he made the case for a strong US-UK trade deal

Monday, 22 May 2017

During a recent trip to the United States, our Senior Fellow Matthew Elliott visited seven states making the case for the US-UK trade deal through a series of speeches, debates and interviews.


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A brief guide to the French election: Populism across the spectrum —left, right and centre

Friday, 21 April 2017

As part of his Senior Fellowship, Matthew Elliott is researching the rise of populism and examining the underlying factors contributing to the rise (or otherwise) of populist movements across the world. His second paper is a brief guide to the French election, taking place on Sunday 23 April. Will Marine Le Pen succeed where Geert Wilders failed.


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Overnight Analysis: Dutch Election 2017

Thursday, 16 March 2017

As part of his Senior Fellowship, Matthew Elliott is researching the rise of populism and examining the underlying factors contributing to the rise (or otherwise) of populist movements across the world. Following Matthew's pre-election guide to the Dutch election, this short report provides an immediate post-election analysis of the results. A longer paper will be published later in the year with a more considered analysis of the voting patterns and the new coalition government.


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A brief guide to the Dutch election: Will the rise of populism continue into 2017?

Monday, 13 March 2017

As part of his Senior Fellowship, Matthew Elliott is researching the rise of populism and examining the underlying factors contributing to the rise (or otherwise) of populist movements across the world. His first paper is a brief guide to the Dutch election, taking place on Wednesday 15 March. Will the rise of populism continue into 2017?


Commentary

Anne Applebaum: Trump is a Threat to the West as We Know It, Even if He Loses

Friday, 4 November 2016

If Trump loses, the story isn’t over: His campaign will no doubt metastasise into a television channel and a news network, and will continue to spread, writes Anne Applebaum, Director of the Transitions Forum at the Legatum Institute (Washington Post)

Commentary

How Rodrigo Duterte Cast Himself as an Agent of Change

Wednesday, 19 October 2016

The great forces that move history often have their origins at a much lower level. And some of them were visible last week on a cellphone in Manila, writes Anne Applebaum, Director of the Transitions Forum at the Legatum Institute (Washington Post)

Events

Fact-Checking in a Post-Factual World

Tuesday, 18 October 2016

The latest 1675 Club event explored key questions around the role of fact-checking in this increasingly uncertain political landscape.

Commentary

Has Europe Found an Antidote to Authoritarianism?

Friday, 14 October 2016

It’s too early to crow about a “liberal wave,” let alone an international movement that deserves real attention. But a political realignment is taking place, writes Anne Applebaum, Director of the Transitions Forum at the Legatum Institute (Washington Post)

Commentary

Is Moscow Really Working To Put Donald Trump In The White House?

Thursday, 28 July 2016

There has been much debate and speculation regarding the connection between Russia, Trump and the Presidential election. As the debate gathers momentum we must remember writes Anne Applebaumm, Director of the Transitions Forum at the Legatum Institute, that ‘‘the tycoon has plenty of shady Russian connections.’’

Commentary

Why We Need a President Clinton

Thursday, 28 July 2016

America needs President Clinton if it is to maintain the alliances that preserve international peace and maintain its power, writes Anne Applebaum, Director of the Transitions Forum at the Legatum Institute (Washington Post

Commentary

Russia Does Its Best to Elect President Trump

Monday, 25 July 2016

The motives behind the WikiLeak emails scandal that has engulfed the Democratic Party during their Convention may have more sinister ulterior motives that point to a coordinated attempt by the Kremlin to influence the US election, writes Anne Applebaum, Director of the Transitions Forum at the Legatum Institute (National Post)

Commentary

That ’70’s Chaos Show All Over Again

Wednesday, 20 July 2016

The parallels between the populist themes of Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump and the rise of anti-EU feeling in the UK as well as across Europe is striking and must be recognised if we are to do anything to address it, writes Christian Caryl, Legatum Institute Senior Fellow and editor of Democracy Lab (Politico)

Commentary

The Real Damage Done by Melania Trump’s Speech

Wednesday, 20 July 2016

Following Donald Trump’s wife Melania Trump’s blatant plagiarism of a speech by Michelle Obama at the Republican National Convention, it not only caused great damage to Trump’s personal reputation and image but also did nothing to dispel the stereotypes surrounding Melania and her convictions, writes Anne Applebaum, Director of the  Transitions Forum at the Legatum Institute (Washington Post) 

Commentary

How a Trump Presidency Could Destabilise Europe

Wednesday, 20 July 2016

Donald Trump’s presidential campaign is already achieving key objectives for the Russian government in the Kremlin and has the potential to destabilise the entire European region, writes Anne Applebaum, Director of the Transitions Forum at the Legatum Institute (Washington Post)