This essay explores the rise of populist demagogues and the economics of their regimes. Rather than marking a clear break with neoliberalism or a direct tie to early twentieth century fascism, these figures historically connect to the regime of Augusto Pinochet and illustrate a growing trend of authoritarian-neoliberalism.
Between 1st and 10th of July, international days of solidarity for
political prisoners of Putin's police state took place in 21 cities of
10 different countries.