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The State of Populism Q1 2018

SPRINGTIME FOR POPULISM STATE OF POPULISM, Q1 2018 As a result of a series of disappointing electoral performances, populist parties failed to achieve major breakthroughs in 2017. Populist parties weren’t exactly weak last year, but inflated expectations made even otherwise impressive results – such as Marine Le Pen’s 33.9% in the French presidential election or …

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Populism Report: April – June 2017

By: Tamás Boros, Gábor Gyóri, Tibor Kadlót, Gergely Laki Released: Q2 2017 Editor: FEPS – Foundation for European Progressive Studies Nb of pages: 15 Populism Report Q2 2017

In the Name of the People : The Performance of the Governing Populist Parties in Europe

By: Policy Solutions & FEPS Released: 2016 Nb of pages: 8 In the Name of the People : The Performance of the Governing Populist Parties in Europe In this analysis of Policy Solutions, the performance of the most popular populist parties in government was examined. During the first half of 2016, out of the four …

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Right-wing Extremism in Europe — Country Analyses, Counter-Strategies and Labor-Market Oriented Exit Strategies

By: Ralf Melzer, Sebastian Serafin, Michael Minkenberg, Britta Schellenberg, Vassiliki Georgiadou, Roberto Chiarini, Riccardo Marchi, Rafał Pankowski, Marcin Kornak, Radu Cinpoeş, Mridula Ghosh, András Bíró Nagy, Tamás Boros, Zoltán Vasali, Gideon Botsch, Christoph Kopke, Fabian Virchow, Brigitte Bailer, Petra Boumaiza, Katrine Fangen, Yngve Carlsson, Martin Schulz, Harald Weilnböck, Kristina Nauditt, Gerd Wermerskirch Editor: Ralf Melzer, …

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