Daniel Johnson, a historian and journalist who has written widely on Germany, is the editor of Standpoint magazine.
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Notebook November 2019
Up against the wall
On The Great Great Wall: Along the Borders of History from China to Mexico by Ian Volner.
Features January 2018
Transatlantic misunderstandings about populism
On the perception of populist movements in the United States and in Europe.
Features September 2017
Getting to grips with Goethe
Reconsidering the literary relevance of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.
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May 06, 2005
Daniel Johnson’s Election Diary, IV: Michael Howard sends a message to the Tories
May 06, 2005
Daniel Johnson’s Election Diary, III: The Muslim factor
May 05, 2005
Election Diary: Part II
October 06, 2017
“Populism & its critics”
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The New Criterion and The Social Affairs Unit hosted “Populism and its critics” on September 29, 2017. The symposium brought together preeminent conservative thinkers from both sides of the Atlantic to discuss the rise of President Donald Trump, Brexit, and the overarching populist movements that enabled both. Please enjoy the symposium as a podcast or video below, or listen on our iTunes podcast channel here.