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    Confronting Populist, Nationalist, and Global Challenges

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    The far right is on the rise. And there are signs that part of the political mainstream in Europe, the US, and beyond is considering accommodating far-right populist parties and their divisive, ethno-nationalist programs.Europe at the Crossroads is an urgent scholarly response to the sociopolitical challenges that far-right programs pose to the idea of a more egalitarian world. It offers an ... Read more

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    De högerpopulistiska rörelserna växer drastiskt i antal och volym just nu. I EU och globalt tycks det även spridas en tidigare otänkbar acceptans och normalisering av partiernas etno-nationalistiska program. Slagordet ”Fortress Europe” – en term med tydligt negativ klang förr – har idag fått positivt genomslag hos en ansenlig del av väljarkåren.I Europe at the Crossroads bidrar en tvärvetenskaplig ... Read more

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  • Trust beyond Borders

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  • Europe's Fault Lines

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  • European Identity

    series Contemporary European Politics
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  • Immigration Dialectic

    Imagining Community, Economy, and Nation

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