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Local Shocks: The Far Right in the 2014 European Elections

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Cas Mudde, associate professor of international affairs at the University of Georgia, discusses the electoral success of so-called “anti-EU parties” in May’s elections. He discusses the results of the far Right in a broad historic and regional perspective, arguing that the shocks were largely local and predictable, and will have relatively limited national and supranational consequences, at least in the short and medium term. Talk given 9/23/2014. Video courtesy of U. Michigan’s Weiser Center on YouTube.

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