The far-right is making gains in Europe. What’s driving its success? And what impact is it having on European politics?
Sweden is just the latest European country where a right-wing party is winning support and making electoral gains.
It’s part of a trend sweeping across the European continent as nationalism and populism gain more traction.
What is causing this shift to the right? And, how much of a challenge does it pose to the European Union?
CGTN’s John Gilmore reports.
- Matthew Karnitschnig is chief Europe correspondent for POLITICO
- Roland Tichy is the editor-in-chief of the conservative publication Tichy’s Einblick.
- Remi Piet is a research fellow at the University of Miami.
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