02 November 2016
"The Flemish author and poet David Van Reybrouck has spent his career writing about those whose voices are only rarely heard. His books include a travelogue set in post-apartheid South Africa and an award-winning “Epic History of a People” about the Democratic Republic of Congo.
In his latest work, however, he has turned his attention to a group of “voiceless” people much closer to home: voters in Europe and the United States."
See full article: Populist anger is ‘a gift wrapped in barbed wire’ - Belgian author attempts to make sense of voters’ mounting sense of frustration.(Politico, link)
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