Liberalism is in crisis. By liberalism I don't necessarily mean the word that most Americans use to describe the political left. I mean classical-liberalism (or perhaps neo-liberalism). The doctrine of free-markets and open borders which has been the dominant political trend of most mainstream parties throughout the west since the 1980s.
Since the 2007/08 financial crisis, it is clear to most that the current model has not been working. Reaction has come from the left and the right. From the left we have had; Sanders, Jeremy Corbyn, Podemos, Syriza, De Linke and others all do much better than 'socialists' would ever dream of in say the 1990s. From the nationalist right we have seen UKIP and Brexit in my native land as well as many international variants. Including - of course - some rich bloke who once did a TV show who has orange skin and a stick-on quiff.
The centre is collapsing and it is being swallowed from both ends. The nationalist right in particular is in the ascendancy. Where will this end?