Is Davos listening? Populist wind blows over World Economic Forum
The hills are alive with the sound of Davos but in the Swiss Alps this year, the music's more muted. No Trump, Macron or May - they've got bigger fires to put out at home. Ten years ago, the World Economic Forum reeled as it gathered weeks after the worst of the financial crisis. A decade on, the red carpet is rolled out for a new generation of leaders who have ridden the wave of a populist backlash against global elites. How long can the disconnect go on between the masses and the happy few?
Produced by Alessandro XENO, Tatiana REITER and Laure FOURQUET.