by Bernd Baumgartl Since 3 October 1999, and especially since early February 2000 and the formation of the government coalition between the Christian Democrats (ÖVP) and the Freedom Party (FPÖ), Austrians with international contacts have had a new duty: explaining why the nationalist and xenophobic FPÖ could possibly attract more than a quarter of the […]

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