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OPINION: Can the EU Survive Populism?

by Daniel Gros, Director of the Brussels-based Center for European Policy Studies BRUSSELS – Another year, another threat to the European Union’s

by Daniel Gros, Director of the Brussels-based Center for European Policy Studies BRUSSELS – Another year, another threat to the European Union’s

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Far-right hopeful Hofer within reach of Austrian presidency on Sunday

Austria faces a stark choice on Sunday, just as it did in May when left-leaning Alexander Van der Bellen and the far-right’s Norbert Hofer last faced off to become the country’s…

Austria faces a stark choice on Sunday, just as it did in May when left-leaning Alexander Van der Bellen and the far-right’s Norbert Hofer last faced off to become the country’s…

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Van der Bellen and Hofer neck and neck ahead of Austrian run off vote

Alexander van der Bellen, an independent candidate, is neck and neck with Norbert Hofer, from the far-right Freedom Party (FPO) ahead of a re-run of Austria’s run-off presidential…

Alexander van der Bellen, an independent candidate, is neck and neck with Norbert Hofer, from the far-right Freedom Party (FPO) ahead of a re-run of Austria’s run-off presidential…

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Trump disavows alt-right conference after online video of Nazi salutes in his honour

Under pressure to strongly condemn the actions of a so-called ‘alt right’ group who celebrated Donald Trump’s election with Nazi salutes, the president-elect told the New York Times he ‘disavows’ the

Under pressure to strongly condemn the actions of a so-called ‘alt right’ group who celebrated Donald Trump’s election with Nazi salutes, the president-elect told the New York Times he ‘disavows’ the

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Jean-Marie Le Pen to remain Front National's 'honorary president'

A court has upheld Jean-Marie Le Pen’s exclusion from France’s Front National party, but has allowed him to remain honorary president.

A court has upheld Jean-Marie Le Pen’s exclusion from France’s Front National party, but has allowed him to remain honorary president.

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Geert Wilders faces fine for hate speech

Dutch prosecutors have demanded the anti-immigration politician Geert Wilders be fined 5000 euros for hate speech and discrimination, though no jail sentence is being…

Dutch prosecutors have demanded the anti-immigration politician Geert Wilders be fined 5000 euros for hate speech and discrimination, though no jail sentence is being…

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What do we know about Marine Le Pen's policies?

Trump's victory has given a boost to European populists such as the Front National leader tipped to do well in 2017 French presidential election.

Trump's victory has given a boost to European populists such as the Front National leader tipped to do well in 2017 French presidential election.

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Two German police are badly hurt in 'far-right' shootout

A man said to belong to a far-right group is under arrest after two German police officers were shot and seriously hurt while raiding a house south of Nuremburg on…

A man said to belong to a far-right group is under arrest after two German police officers were shot and seriously hurt while raiding a house south of Nuremburg on…

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Ukraine: Radical nationalist fighters form political party

Thousands of activists, notably members and supporters of Ukraine’s far-right Azov regiment and the ultra-radical Right Sector group, have marched through Kyiv, brandishing banners and…

Thousands of activists, notably members and supporters of Ukraine’s far-right Azov regiment and the ultra-radical Right Sector group, have marched through Kyiv, brandishing banners and…

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Hate speech trial of far-right politician Wilders will go ahead

A Dutch court ruled on Friday that prosecutors can pursue anti-Islam politician Geert Wilders over comments in which he led a roomful of supporters in chanting that they wanted “fewer” Moroccans in th

A Dutch court ruled on Friday that prosecutors can pursue anti-Islam politician Geert Wilders over comments in which he led a roomful of supporters in chanting that they wanted “fewer” Moroccans in th

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The rise of the European right

This week on Insiders we investigate why hard-line right-wing parties are making gains in Europe.

This week on Insiders we investigate why hard-line right-wing parties are making gains in Europe.

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Denmark's emerging right-wing party

A far-right political party has emerged in Denmark after gaining the 20,000 signatures needed to stand in an election.

A far-right political party has emerged in Denmark after gaining the 20,000 signatures needed to stand in an election.

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AfD's Frauke Petry on Merkel and the migrant crisis

In this bonus interview, Frauke Petry, the head of Alternative für Deutschland, talks to Euronews about Angela Merkel, the migrant crisis and populism.

In this bonus interview, Frauke Petry, the head of Alternative für Deutschland, talks to Euronews about Angela Merkel, the migrant crisis and populism.

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On a high - The rise of Germany's populist AfD party

A new poll suggests Germany’s anti-immigrant Alternative for Germany party – or AfD – is winning more support than ever before.

A new poll suggests Germany’s anti-immigrant Alternative for Germany party – or AfD – is winning more support than ever before.

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Austria's rise of the right

Austria has been glued to a never-ending story of a highly controversial presidential election campaign since early this year.

Austria has been glued to a never-ending story of a highly controversial presidential election campaign since early this year.

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The figures behind the rise of far-right party Alternative for Germany

The burgeoning Alternative for Germany (AfD) scored one of its biggest triumphs at the ballot box in early September, notching up more than a fifth of votes and pushing Angela Merkel’s conservatives i

The burgeoning Alternative for Germany (AfD) scored one of its biggest triumphs at the ballot box in early September, notching up more than a fifth of votes and pushing Angela Merkel’s conservatives i

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Japan: from diplomacy to a show-of-force?

Shinzo Abe picks a hawkish conservative ally as defence minister, prompting fears of ruffled feathers among Tokyo's Asian neighbours.

Shinzo Abe picks a hawkish conservative ally as defence minister, prompting fears of ruffled feathers among Tokyo's Asian neighbours.

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Far-right leaders hail Brexit

Far right leaders across Europe have hailed the result of the Brexit vote and suggested it should be the last nail in the coffin of the European Union.

Far right leaders across Europe have hailed the result of the Brexit vote and suggested it should be the last nail in the coffin of the European Union.

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Bizarre birthday bash for Trump

A small group of Donald Trump fans celebrated the presumptive Republican nominee’s birthday with cake and balloons in a New Delhi park on Tuesday.

A small group of Donald Trump fans celebrated the presumptive Republican nominee’s birthday with cake and balloons in a New Delhi park on Tuesday.