May 3, 2014

The Populist Right Is Good for Europe

Christina Liang, The European

The Associated Press

Recent high-profile warnings of a populist backlash in the May 2014 EU parliamentary elections have given birth to several debates as to whether or not populism is a threat to, or an opportunity for, building a stronger European Union.

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