2017 seen as turning point for liberal democracies

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Series Details 23.12.16
Publication Date 23/12/2016
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The author argues that Western democracies will be further challenged in 2017, as populist parties are expected to make gains in Europe, while China and Russia increasingly set the global agenda, taking advantage of a US withdrawal.

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Source Link http://www.euractiv.com/section/future-eu/news/2017-seen-as-likely-turning-point-for-liberal-democracies/
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