The grand coalition could lose its majority. The liberals are poised to become kingmakers. The Euroskeptic right still struggles to unite.
Europe’s Far Right
The party lost local elections in Poland’s cities and has been forced to reinstate Supreme Court justices.
Call them alt-right or far right, but let’s reserve the “neo-Nazi” label for those who clearly deserve it.
Sweden’s mainstream parties should have known that isolating the far right wouldn’t work.
An independent judiciary stands in the way of the party’s attempt to impose an illiberal democracy on Poland.
The League is up in the polls, despite having done little yet to address Italy’s immigration crisis.
The enemies of liberal democracy are not just illiberal but anti-democratic.
Middle-aged men are most likely to vote for the far right. Mike Pompeo’s confirmation does not bode well for the Iran deal.
The ruling party’s inability to come to terms with Poland’s past is hurting its relations with the rest of Europe.
Fear of losing power and status created the alliances that voted for Brexit, European populism and Donald Trump.