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What is populism, and what does the term actually mean?

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What do Donald Trump, Jeremy Corbyn, and Rodrigo Duterte have in common?

Despite their differences, each man has been labelled a populist.

Populism is on the rise – especially among Europe’s right, and in the US, where it helped crown Mr Trump.

Italy’s populist Five Star Movement and anti-immigrant League parties have emerged as two major players in the latest elections – the most recent of several such results in Europe.

But there’s a difference between being popular and being populist.


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