Latvia Ltd. and Deutschland GmbH

  • 2012-04-11
  • By Veiko Spolitis and Axel Reetz, political scientists
Since the onset of the World Financial Crisis in 2008, one may witness a decrease of support for democratic institutions in the EU member states. Fluctuating support was traditional in the transition economies, but now atomization of societies and the decline of traditional parties happens right across the EU. Populist politicians are entering now in broad swathes into traditional political systems, and to just name some, you have NPD and Die Linke in Germany, Vlaams Belang in Belgium, Wilders party in the Netherlands, True Finns in Finland and New Democrats in Sweden. In our research we...
 
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