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​The European Parliament and its EU anti-corruption strategy

The reasons for concern about corruption in the EU have only increased over these years.

​Protectionism and nationalism, a well-matched marriage

Throughout history, protectionism has often gone hand-in-hand with nationalism.

​EU policy in times of protectionism

Many countries are currently liberalising trade through bilateral and regional free trade agreements.

​Neoprotectionism? The key to progressive disappointment

And so it has always been.An episode anticipated the importance of the times in the trade liberalisation agenda 150 years ago.

​Why is there no successful Far Right party in Spain?

If there is one recurring question among those outsiders who closely observe Spanish politics, this is it.

Vienna, the new capital of the Far Right in Europe

After several months of negotiations, a new government was formed in Austria as a result of the pact between the conservative ÖVP party and the right-wing Islamophobic party FPÖ.

Poland, a return to reactionary patriotism

There is much talk of the rise of the Far Right, of the advances of the populist parties at successive elections in each country. What is the assessment today?

​The new German Far Right

The recent rise of the Far Right alters the political balance in Germany.

​The Hungarian Nationalist Right

In Hungary, there are two nationalist and protectionist right-wing parties: the Jobbik, clearly neofascist, and the Fidesz, led by Víctor Orbán currently in power.

​Scotland: Independence or autonomy?

Born at the end of the 20s, the Scottish independence movement has had increasing success, until now becoming the leading political force in Scotland.

​Europe's effectiveness against nationalism and globalisation

The European Union may today be the most hated political onject by the nationalists and the most furious supporters and radical opponents of real globalisation.

Europe and its "return to the future": the advance of the Far Right

In the mid-nineteen thirties, there were more dictatorships in Europe than democracies.

Populism's transactional fusion

How do we explain the resurgence of populism in one country after another? Maybe in terms of common structural conditions or passive diffusion of ideas across contexts?

​"The ANC and Ómniun have been the government's independence story broadcast mechanism"

Interview of Steven Forti, Ph.D in Comparative, Political and Social History from the UAB and the University of Bologna.

Independentism and Ultra-Right

I arrived at the European Parliament in 2009. In exact coincidence with two events that have acquired historical resonance.

The electoral boom of Radical Right populist parties in Europe: nativism and ethnocratic liberalism

The defeat of classical fascism (1919-1945) in the Second World War led to the stigmatization of the ideals of the Radical Right in the first third of the 20th century. 

​The ghost of nationalism hovers over 21st century Europe

Since 2016, several political events have been worrying and have shaken the old continent over and over again.

The not-us of the Far Right and nationalism

The Far Right and nationalism, although they are different realities, have common attitudes.

Europe, ultranationalisms and the abyss

That our continent is going backwards is nothing new.

​Nationalisms and the Far Right in Europe

In Europe we have been witnessing a rebirth of nationalisms that threaten the political stability of democracies and the integration process itself.

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