Benjamin Cunningham
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Populism in Spain
The Paradox of the Shrinking Center

Centrism as a governing philosophy remains popular in Spain, even as voters turn on centrist politicians for their incompetence.

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The Long March
Vox Populi

Spain’s far Right populists won’t win the elections tomorrow. But they are winning nonetheless.

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Social Media Myopia
The Lasting Power of Legacy Media

Amid debate about the political impact of Twitter and Facebook, authoritarian populists still shape political narratives the old-fashioned way.

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