House Republicans, Euroskeptics, Vladimir Putin, and Jair Bolsonaro are the agents of a new kind of political disorder that parallels the chaos of failing states, economic catastrophe, and climate disasters.
Brexit could see the UK eventually lose Scotland, Northern Ireland, and a great deal of its prosperity.
Donald Trump and Boris Johnson claim victories in early 2020, but Brexit and impeachment may come back to haunt them and the far right later in the year.
Despite blatant corruption and ineptitude, the far right on both sides of the Atlantic continues to reap harvests from its failures.
Far-right governments in the U.S., UK, and Brazil are laying bare their nihilistic roots and full destructive potential.
As hard Brexiteer Boris Johnson takes over, Labour is finally coming down on the side of Remain. Will it be too late?
The case for a second Brexit vote.
When it comes to demagogues and divisiveness, Trump has plenty of competition — in Europe, the Middle East, and all over our splintering planet.
Bureaucracy may constrain the worst of Trump and Brexit, but returning to the status quo won’t fix anything.
Britain has a lot to lose from Brexit, but the EU will fare worse.
By the time my dystopian future novel went to print, much of that future had become the present.
The world urgently needs a new generation of democratic internationalists — or there won’t be much of a world left when Trump’s confederacy of oligarchs gets through with it.
A relentless, four-year onslaught by Donald Trump and his allies will have a terrible effect.
Now we all stand on the precipice — of aggressive nationalism, of ugly prejudice, of climate change, of despair.
Complex global challenges require committed activists who stand on principle as well as experts on the inside who can play the political game.