April 03, 2020

Populist Politics and the COVID-19 Pandemic with Daphne Halikiopoulou and Paul Taggart

By Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Carisa Nietsche, Daphne Halikiopoulou and Paul Taggart

Daphne Halikiopoulou and Paul Taggart join Andrea Kendall-Taylor and Carisa Nietsche to discuss the populist response to the crisis and what type of political blowback we can expect in the future.

Halikiopoulou is an Associate Professor of Comparative Politics at the University of Reading. Taggart is a Professor of Politics and the Director of the European Institute at the University of Sussex.

  • Commentary
    • Foreign Policy
    • April 8, 2021
    It’s Still Hard to Be America’s Ally

    The drive to enshrine a U.S. foreign policy for the American middle class may, in particular, pose new dilemmas for long-term allies....

    By Richard Fontaine

  • Podcast
    • April 2, 2021
    Technology Policy in the Transatlantic Alliance, with Frances Burwell and Tyson Barker

    Frances Burwell and Tyson Barker join Andrea Kendall-Taylor and Carisa Nietsche to discuss transatlantic technology policy, the EU’s Digital Compass, and where the U.S. and Eu...

    By Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Carisa Nietsche, Frances Burwell & Tyson Barker

  • Commentary
    • The Hill
    • March 12, 2021
    How the United States can protect democracy from China and Russia

    Beijing and Moscow present distinct challenges and use different tactics to pursue their goals....

    By David Shullman & Patrick Quirk

  • Commentary
    • Foreign Policy
    • March 9, 2021
    All Politics Is Personalized

    Leaders are amassing more power relative to their political parties so politics more strongly reflects the leader’s preferences rather than being a bargaining process among mu...

    By Andrea Kendall-Taylor, Erica Frantz & Joseph Wright

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