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The Future of Populism in a Trump Era

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The Future of Populism in a Trump Era

As Donald Trump begins his term as President, he can claim victory in more ways than one: Not only was he able to secure the electoral college majority, but Trumpism is already having a significant impact on the stability of democracies an ocean away.

Already emboldened by the Brexit vote in June, the election of “an outsider” as President of the world’s oldest democracy has given particularly core Europe’s right-wing populist parties a rather vainglorious halo. These three—France’s Marine LePen, the Netherlands’ Geert Wilders, and Germany’s Frauke Petry—stand to create a political environment which could ultimately eclipse the European project. All in 2017, the same year in which the Union plans to celebrate its very founding with the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome. The European Union can survive Brexit. Frexit—Marine LePen’s goal in her planned referendum on EU membership—would be Europe’s death knell.

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Πηγή: diplomaticourier.com

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