How will the European Union, and the three Baltic nations, perform after the late-May European Parliament election, where the bloc’s far-right national parties are expected to win a majority? Will the drive for nationalism, turned into a formidable legislative force in Brussels, pick up steam from Lisbon to Vilnius or, with the nationalistically inclined new MEPs tearing the European Union apart, is a sobering effect imminent sooner or later? The Baltic Times asked three Baltic Euro-parliamentarians (MEPs) who are wrapping up their term in the European Parliament to weigh in on a rang...
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