With populist politicians gaining support in Europe and United States, Gary Ibbotson asks why the Irish people haven’t welcomed the far-right.
Cormac Murphy examines the significance of the recent Dutch elections and considers whether populism has reached its limits in Europe.
While Donald Trump sounded more presidential at his recent address to Congress, the issue of Russian connections still lingers for team Trump. What does this all mean for the president, and for the Irish as the Patrick’s Day shamrock approaches? James Carroll reports.
With Dutch elections less than a month away, Cormac Murphy probes the political atmosphere that may cause fresh upset, not only in the Netherlands, but across a struggling post-Brexit EU.
Cormac Murphy reports on the debate surrounding Dublin City Council’s controversial decision to award the Obamas Freedom of the City.
In the wake of a politically charged SAG awards and Meryl Streep’s Trumbashing speech at the Golden Globes, Cormac Murphy awaits more of the same self-adulating politics at the Oscars.