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globalization created growing political polarization, with populist movements spreading from both political corners: populist, centre-right, far-right, and conservative candidates and parties such as the British 'UKIP', the American 'Tea Party', Donald Trump, the French 'Front National', the 'Dutch Party for Freedom', the Greek 'Golden Dawn' (an alleged Neo-Nazi Party), the Hungarian 'Fidesz' and 'Jobbik', the Swedish Democrats, Pauline Hanson's 'One Nation of Australia', the 'Alternative for Germany' and the 'PEGIDA' movements, and the Indian 'Bharatiya Janata' Party have gained support in the wake of mass immigration (especially Muslims, oft due to the aforementioned Arab Spring), concerns of historically privileged social groups (like whites and males) being neglected by the left, and more restrictive government policies (both at national and supra-national levels).
On the left, political organizations such as the Greek Syriza, the Scottish National Party and the Spanish Podemos as well as Occupy, Bernie Sanders' Our Revolution, Women's March, and related movements, have meanwhile led their own high-profile campaigns, mostly aimed towards fiscal austerity and corporate abuse, better protections against discrimination, counteraction of right-wing migration policies seen as racist and xenophobic, and the creation of social programs to assist socially and economically disadvantaged groups.
Meanwhile in Europe, reaction towards the migrant crisis (resulting from both the Syrian civil war and the humanitarian crisis sparked by ISIS) has been extremely divided, threatening the Schengen Agreement, which allows passport-less travel between all members of the Agreement and perhaps even the European Union itself, with Euroskeptic voices across the continent (particularly in the UK) growing ever louder.
Several mass murders and bombings have continued the debates on gun control, routine controls and other security measures.
On the left, Senator Bernie Sanders took the world by surprise by standing up to Hillary Clinton in the Democratic primaries and doing better than expected, indicating a growing consensus for a return to pre-80s social democracy.
Even more astounding was the election of Jeremy Corbyn to the Labour Party, a position he has held despite repeated challenges and massive liberal/conservative media backlash.
The Bush Era gave way to the Obama administration in the middle of the Great Recession, which dominated the entire second half of the 2000s.
The War on Terror witnessed the death of Osama bin Laden, but, in the wake of the counter-revolutionary push against The Arab Spring (the first major revolutionary wave since the fall of Communism), Al-Qaida has revived in the greatly divided Middle East region.
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This while Asian countries have scaled back (China and India have reduced their growth potential, delaying the so-called "Age of the Pacific").