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COVID-19 and Populism

COVID-19 and Populism

This series will explore different ways in which populism worldwide could be affected by the coronavirus pandemic: will it become an even more formidable political force to the detriment of democracy, or could the pandemic mark the end of the populist wave and a resurgence of democracy? The series is edited by Vittorio Bufacchi, Department of Philosophy, University College Cork, Ireland. His lead essay can be found here.