The last few years have seen a rise in nationalism and populism across the world. In 2016, the US voted in the populist Donald Trump on his promise to ‘Make America Great Again’. In 2018, Hungary re-elected its national conservative prime minister Viktor Orbán with the slogan ‘ For us, Hungary is first’. And in 2019, India re-elected its Hindu nationalist ruler, Nehendra Modi, and the UK elected (with a large majority) the Eurosceptic Boris Johnson on his pledge to ‘Get Brexit Done’. Other nationalist world leaders retaining their support base include Binyamin Netanyahu in Israel, and Rodrigo Duerte in the Philippines.

Is Nationalism Transforming the Pharma Manufacturing Map?

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