In two weeks’ time, the European Union will move into perhaps its most difficult political space ever. Its 374 million citizens will elect a new parliament of 751 members (705 after Brexit) that, for the first time ever, will contain a significant anti-European populist constituency.
The numbers may be close to 100. It is anticipated that, out of Hungary, Slovakia, Sweden, Poland, Austria, Germany, Italy and France, a new generation of Trump-like right-wing populists will arrive in...
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