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Elections in Austria: climate crisis and media crisis

By Gerald Demmel / 4 October, 2019

Among the reasons for the modest performance: the SPÖ didn’t succeed in being perceived as ‘the original’ environment party

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Austria: no easy coalition for Kurz

By Maria Maltschnig / 3 October, 2019

The previously strong far-right finally stumbled over its numerous scandals.

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Election in Austria: an uphill battle for Social Democrats

By Maria Maltschnig / 27 September, 2019

The snap elections which are held as a consequence prove to be difficult for the SPÖ

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Austria goes Ibiza: policies for sale as a system

By Patricia Huber / 27 September, 2019

What FPÖ leader Heinz-Christian Strache planned on Ibiza was not an isolated case however – it epitomises many parts of the government Kurz-Strache.

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Austria’s Presidential Elections – A Vote Against Right-Wing Populism

By Josef Weidenholzer / 4 January, 2017

Maybe 2016 wasn’t that bad after all. For the first time an avalanche of right-wing demagogues that was about to roll over Europe, could be stopped. For now. The result of Austria’s presidential campaign, the victory of the presidential candidate Alexander van der Bellen was not only a huge relief […]

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