With the election results in the United Kingdom, a period of risk and negativity about European Union cohesion has come to an end.
In 2015 and 2016, we observed a tremendous rise of anti-European political movements. While many of them were traditional far-right parties, some were simply mesmerised by easy political profits that populism guarantees.
The results of presidential, parliament and local elections across Europe – in Austria, Germany, the Netherlands, France and UK – provided some en...
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