When Populism Meets Nationalism

In Europe and beyond, today populism is alive and kicking. Over the past few years, anti-establishment parties have made substantial strides. Some of them have reached the levers of governments, while others are consolidating their gains.Being a “thin” ideology, populism is being contaminated by nat...

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Main Author: Alberto Martinelli
Format: eBook
Published: Ledizioni - LediPublishing 2018
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