Tribune Take: Continued rise of the right-wing across the globe in 2012

In today's episode we take a look at some global events of 2011 and how they will define 2012.


Shaheryar Popalzai December 31, 2011

In today’s episode of the Tribune Take, we take a look at some of the major events that took place around the world during 2011 and how they will define 2012.

Zarrar Khuhro, Editor of T-Magazine, does a roundup of some events that are expected to take place in the new year, including the United States (US) presidential elections. He says events in 2011 will develop and culminate into new pardigms in 2012 across the globe.

Khuhro says 2012 will see the continued rise of the right-wing, not just in the United States (US), but also in Europe and the Middle East.

Read Zarrar Khuhro’s articles here.

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The Take will feature in-depth interviews and analysis with editors and reporters who are covering the major stories, exploring front page events and major ledes. The news analysis covers the way The Express Tribune examines a story, how we cover it and why.

COMMENTS (3)

Moise | 9 years ago | Reply

The article doesn't tell any reason.

It is fallacy to assume this happens on its own. If you destroy the economies and push people toward poverty you are left with nationalism and eventually fascism. The number one culprit is banking oligarchs who destroy the economy by stifling money circulation. These are the same bank which wrecked German economy which gave rise to Hitler, later financed him to enforce new world order over the world. Bank of International Settlement is still there which wrecked the world, financed Hitler.

Get rid of this financial oligarchs and their banks, increase the money supply to facilitate trade and this right wing would disappear within year or two.

Peace | 9 years ago | Reply

Realistic viewpoint :)

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