Hate, bigotry becoming part of political ‘new normal’

What often gets branded as populism is instead an attempt to stay connected and breed new life into a spent political routine.

The election of Donald Trump in the U.S. can be contrast with German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s recent re-election, both pictured at the G20 summit in July, as a symbol of the more extreme ideological posturing that’s creeping onto the political world stage, writes Srdja Pavlovic. Photograph courtesy of Bundesregierung/Bergmann

PUBLISHED :Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2017 12:00 AM

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