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Populism

Populism is a political strategy that purportedly champions the common person, usually in contrast to, or in rejection of elites. Populism can arise from the political left and right, often combining elements of both. Populism can designate democratic and authoritarian movements and typically advocates some form of a direct relationship between the people and political leadership.

In-Depth: Russian Active Measures, Information Warfare, and Big Data in the 2016 Presidential Election

Russian Information Warfare and Active Measures in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election “Part of the misinformation, disinformation campaign that was launched was launched in three key states, Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania, and it was launched…not to reinforce Trump voters to go out but actually targeted at potential Clinton voters, with…
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