April 14, 2014

Europe's Far Right, Russia's Stealth Ally

Charles Hawley, Der Spiegel

The Associated Press

Right-wing populists stand to gain seats in the approaching European Parliament elections -- which is good news for Moscow. Russia and the European right have been courting each other recently as mainstream Brussels has kept Moscow at arm's length.

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