Natasha Lindstaedt is Deputy Dean (Education) (Social Sciences) and Professor in the Department of Government at the University of Essex. Her teaching interests include State Building, Democracy, Authoritarian Regimes, US Politics, Middle East Politics and Latin American Politics. Her research interests are Authoritarian Regimes, Populism, Failed States, International Development, Third World Politics, having written books on authoritarianism, democratic backsliding, and most recently the rise of authoritarian populism.
G7 Is More United But Not Effective Enough To Tackle The World’s Biggest Problems
When the UK hosts the G7 summit in Cornwall between June 10 and 12, it will be the…