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How liberalism should adapt to the needs of the 21st century
A conversation with Zanny Minton Beddoes, the editor-in-chief of the Economist.
Immigration is front and center in Netherlands election
Dutch candidate Geert Wilders wants to close mosques, ban the Koran and leave the EU.
Davos opens as worries over free trade’s future mount
Business and political leaders descend on the Swiss Alpine resort of Davos this week for the latest annual World Economic Forum. They do so against a backdrop of rising populism, and opposition to some of things that Davos has promoted, like globalization. Some critics have attacked the event itself as elitist and blamed it for […]
Italy's referendum may reflect populist backlash
Disgruntled Italians could bring about political upheaval in the weekend vote.
Global trade, economic populism and politics
Marketplace's Tracey Samuelson weighs in on how big trade deals impact people in day-to-day life