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The answer to nationalist fervour isn't less globalism. It's more

The choices that impact people on a global scale should be decided by the people of the world. Image: Reuters/Simon Dawson

Alvin Carpio

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Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orbán, head of the national-conservative Fidesz party.
Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orbán, head of the national-conservative Fidesz party. Image: Reuters
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