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Why the World is Afraid of ‘Globalism’



With the global economic downturn, and with the rise of populism in the United States, the concept of globalism seems to be on the rise.

It is, perhaps, only a matter of time before a new wave of globalisation, driven by populist movements, is unleashed.

The rise of populist movements like the populists in France and Italy and the populiers in the UK and elsewhere has the potential to transform the global economy and, in particular, the economic policies of the Western powers.

This would make it even more difficult for the global financial institutions to prevent the rise in populism.

The populist wave is being driven by the rise and popularity of populist parties in the US and the UK.

In the US, Trump and the Republicans are pushing the idea of an economic nationalism in which all people should share in the wealth of the nation.

This will require massive social spending and redistribution of wealth.

The US Federal Reserve Bank, in a report in November, warned that such an economic plan would likely not be sustainable in the long term.

The authors of the report, Paul Ashworth and Stephen Reinhart, argued that the US government should not spend more on welfare or welfare benefits because this would be a recipe for further economic crises.

The authors of this report also argued that such policies would not work.

In other words, the Federal Reserve should not try to stimulate the economy through monetary stimulus but instead focus on structural reforms and financial market discipline.

The UK has also been at the forefront of the populist wave in the past few months.

Brexit and the EU referendum have seen the populist parties gaining momentum and have put the UK on the verge of becoming a centre of populism.

A few days after the Brexit vote, David Cameron said: “This is not a referendum on the European Union.

This is about Britain’s place in the world and its role in it.”

He went on to say that Britain would no longer be part of the European single market and would therefore have to leave the EU.

Brexit is a rejection of the EU and the Eurozone.

The EU is a bloc of 27 countries that sets out rules and regulations for all of Europe.

It has been the main source of funding for British government departments, businesses and the public sector.

The EU has also led to some changes in British law, with many people claiming that the UK has left the EU without giving them the full benefits of the deal.

There is also an emerging populist movement in the Netherlands, which has been taking advantage of the economic crisis and the fact that the EU has not helped the country in any way.

This movement, which includes nationalist parties, is gaining support.

The Netherlands has a population of almost 12 million people.

Many Dutch voters are tired of EU membership and fear that the country is drifting away from the European values.

This has been a key theme of Dutch populist parties.

The Dutch populists have been running ads in the Dutch media warning of the impending economic collapse.

The Dutch populist leader Geert Wilders has also stated that the Netherlands is going to be “an island of stability” and that the Dutch government will not intervene in other countries’ affairs.

The political parties in Holland have been in power for a decade.

Since 2008, when the right-wing populist party PVV was formed in a centre-right alliance, the PVV has been in a minority in Parliament.

In recent months, a new populist party has emerged, the anti-EU People’s Party for Freedom.

The PVV, which is the largest party in the country, has also taken part in the upcoming Dutch elections.

The People’s party has been very popular in the polls and it has won a number of seats in the lower house of parliament.

In an interview with the Financial Times, Wilders expressed the opinion that the new party will try to take the Netherlands out of the Euro-system and to return to the European model.

Wilders said: The Netherlands is not leaving the Euro and is not going to leave it.

It will stay with the European monetary system.

If you look at what happened in Europe during the last 30 years, it was an economic system which was not sustainable, and now we are going to have the same problem.

He has been trying to convince his voters that the European system is not sustainable and that it is time to leave.

In the Netherlands and other countries, the populist party is also gaining support from the extreme right.

The populist party, Freedom Party, is currently polling at around 10% in opinion polls.

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