The Global Right

The Global Right

A preview of our Spring 2024 issue.

Cover artwork by Tabitha Arnold

Our Spring 2024 issue, out May 22, features a special section on The Global Right.

“Just under a decade ago, we passed through a ‘populist moment,’” Matthew Sitman and Sam Adler-Bell write in their introduction to the section. “It seemed like the beginning of a new era of politics, one emerging from the dashed hopes and profound failings of the neoliberal order—and in many ways it has been. The terrain on which political struggle now takes place has been deeply altered by the right.” The section assesses the right’s record over the last decade: its wins and losses, its modes of governance, and its political strategies.

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In the section: David Broder on Giorgia Meloni’s ambitions for Europe; Sanjay Ruparelia on the BJP’s consolidation of power; Suzanne Schneider on Israel’s model of illiberal democracy; and a roundtable on the international networks of the radical right with Sam Adler-BellRita AbrahamsenSrdjan Vucetic, and Michael C. Williams.

Also in the issue: Nicole-Ann Lobo on Suneil Sanzgiri; Maurice Isserman on the trials of American communists; Nelson Lichtenstein on labor intellectuals; Hans Kundnani on the regression of Germany’s memory culture; Tadhg Larabee and Eva Rosenfeld on the Stop Cop City prosecutions; and Justin H. Vassallo on Bidenomics and its healthcare problem.

And in the book review section: Daniel Schlozman on Joe Biden and Mitt Romney; Nic Cavell on Uyghur literature; Arvin Alaigh on Frantz Fanon; and Simon Torracinta on inequality.

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