Populism

Populism Report: July-September 2016

By: FEPS & Policy Solutions Released: 2016 Nb of pages: 8 Populism Report: July-September 2016 During the customarily politically calm summer period – apart from a few striking exceptions – there has been no significant change in the support of populist parties across Europe. Thus, in the third quarter of 2016, the trend of previous …

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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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The Popular Centre : How Progressives Can Beat the Populist Challenge

By: Hopi Sen The Popular Centre – How Progressives Can Beat the Populist Challenge The financial crisis and its aftermath has brought with it not only economic dislocation and disruption, but a huge political challenge to established political parties. From both ends of the political spectrum, populist parties such as the UK Independence party, National …

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Is Europe on the “Right” Path? — Right Wing Extremism and Right-Winh Populism in Europe

By: Nora Langenbacher Released: 2011 Editor: Britta Schellenberg Nb of pages: 348 Is Europe on the Right Path? “Right-wing extremism is not a national phenomenon (…) (it) exist(s) in many countries and the extreme right is continuously extending its cross-border networks. Attitudes towards parts of society which are based on the premise that humans are …

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