Renationalising Europe? Right-wing Populist Parties Are Becoming More Popular, but Not More Unified
Many observers believe that the European Union and its integration project are now facing a stern test. Intellectuals have been increasingly levelling criticism at the EU. The big concern is that right-wing populist parties have emerged from the European financial crisis looking much stronger, and recently they have had repeated electoral success at national level.
Florian Hartleb, International Reports, Editor: Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung e.V.
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