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Yes to Technological Progress, but No to Populism: A Proactive Proposal

Hartleb, Florian

European View, December 2012, Vol.11(2), pp.225-234 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Yes to Technological Progress, but No to Populism: A Proactive Proposal
  • Autor: Hartleb, Florian
  • Assuntos: Centre-Right ; Values ; New Frame of Politics ; Populism ; New Technologies ; History & Archaeology
  • É parte de: European View, December 2012, Vol.11(2), pp.225-234
  • Descrição: The centre-right is a values-based political family which is currently facing two interrelated challenges, both of which result from the pressures on representative democracies in the twenty-first century and the attacks on established political procedures. First, the centre-right needs a credible and long-term response to the politics of simplification as an answer to the complexity of populist-demagogic forces. In many European countries, populist parties have succeeded in national elections. Second, it has to respond to a new field of politics given the label net politics, an online representation of political processes that uses the new technologies. The current rise of populism may be no more than a temporary aberration on the road to normal European party politics. Parties have to adapt while keeping up stability, credibility and loyalty among the electorate. The centre-right, with its values-based approach, is in a good position and can be optimistic about further challenges.
  • Idioma: Inglês

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