The far right movement enjoyed more political success across Europe in 2023 as it became increasingly more mainstream.
What is driving the rise? And what are the implications for the European Union?
Joining the discussion:
- Klaus Larres is a professor of history and international affairs at the University of North Carolina and a Fellow at the Wilson Center.
- Nabila Ramdani is a French-Algerian journalist.
- Dimitrios Soultogiannis is a journalist and correspondent for Star TV Greece.
- Pieter Cleppe is the Editor-in-Chief of BrusselsReport.eu
Far-right hails 'ideological victory' as France passes hardline immigration bill
The strict new law contains several measures aimed at cracking down on migration.
— euronews (@euronews) December 20, 2023
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— Financial Times (@FT) December 20, 2023