The Populists
 and the Pandemic

Burni, Aline
External Publications (2020)

in: Internationale Politik 2021(2), special issue: Covid-19: Global Impacts, 33-38, online

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At first glance, it may seem that the coronavirus has dealt populist governments a blow. Yet a closer look reveals how many have managed to capitalize on the pandemic. And the causes of populism will if anything be further exacerbated by the crisis.

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Burni, Aline

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