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University students in News-Decoder's network discuss the rise of populist political movements in the United States and Europe. Students from American University in Washington, DC, King's College London and the American College of Thessaloniki in Greece explain the reasons for the resurgence of populism, which has seen candidates and parties which in the past were on the political fringes take center stage.