It is a tough time for British politics due to the transformation its identity politics is bound to undergo – first as a result of Brexit and then as a result of the death of Elizabeth II. This article outlines the political reality of Great Britain by looking at the developments during the past three years.
In the past few years, Europe has witnessed an upsurge of populist trends through several far-right and far-left parties sweeping around the continent. Sometimes with milder, sometimes with harsher manifestos, countries like Hungary, Greece, France, and Italy have been frequently in the spotlight. Currently, attention has been drawn to Italy and Sweden due to the September elections.
We live in an era of transitional cyber politics, a reality where cyber avatars are making politics, while society is lost in solipsist cracks. The 21st century is the time of revolution during the evolution, but where will it take us? This is the greatest challenge of modern society.