Why the world loves a political outsider – Srđa Popović | Comment is Free

From Syriza to Podemos, Hong Kong to the UK, people from outside the establishment have been shaking up politics.
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Serbian revolutionist Srđa Popović argues that the popularity of these political insurgents lies in the impression that they are allowing the people to influence the system, in ways that seem impossible in traditional politics. But how do these outsiders fare once they enter the halls of power? And can they ever truly replace the old guard?

Blueprint for Revolution: how to use rice pudding, lego men, and other non-violent techniques to galvanise communities, overthrow dictators, or simply change the world by Srđa Popović is published by Scribe. ►

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