The ABCs of the rising rightby Cas Mudde The rise of the extreme right after 1989 is frequently misunderstood as age-old Eastern European nationalism raising its ugly head again. According to this scenario, the fall of the totalitarian regimes took the lid off the most violent nationalistic impulses. In short, Eastern Europe returned to the […]

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