negatively; (c) calling its audience to action against it; or (d) some combination of (b) and (c). Those countries in Western Europe that have contained the radical right in this way include Belgium, France, Germany, Great Britain, and Sweden. Given the
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worthy of serious cultural engagement. After the end of World War II, the two Germanys’ relations with other countries were characterized by the bifurcation of West Germany’s orientation towards Western Europe and East Germany’s domination by the
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A Comparative Perspective on Its Organizational Development
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Government: In power the first time , ed., Kris Deschouwer (London, 2008): 1–16. 42 Piero Ignazi, Extreme Right Parties in Western Europe (Oxford, 2010), 107–123; and Franz Fallend, “Populism in government: The case of Austria (2000–2007)” in Populism in
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/07/12/in-western-europe-populist-parties-tap-anti-establishment-frustration-but-have-little-appeal-across-ideological-divide/ , accessed 24 September 2019. 13 See https://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2019/04/29/in
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Explaining the Left Party's Electoral Disaster in the 2021 German Federal Election
Jonathan Olsen and Michael A. Hansen
, Laura Morales, and Luis Ramiro, “Varieties of Radicalism: Explaining the Diversity of Radical Left Parties and Voters in Western Europe,” West European Politics 39, no. 2 (2016): 351–379; Luis Ramiro, “Support for Radical Left Parties in Western Europe
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segment of the border between Eastern and Western Europe was not a lifeless concrete barrier and was far more permeable than one might expect, especially, if one only thinks of the Berlin Wall or the inner-German border—even when these segments of the Iron
A Clash of Civilizations?
Pegida and the Rise of Cultural Nationalism
David N. Coury
have taken up the idea of warning against the rise of “Eurabia” as a result of unchecked Muslim immigration. At the center of this argument, he writes, is first the claim that the political and ethical foundation of Western Europe lies in Christianity
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five large nation-states of Western Europe that provide the main focus of the book, Bourdon finds relatively little evidence of transnational cultural integration. Despite some comparative commonalities distinguishing the “North” (Britain and Germany
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The Central Role of Alliance 90/The Greens in a Changed Party System
umstrittenen Technologien,” TATuP—Zeitschrift für Technikfolgenabschätzung in Theorie und Praxis 29, no. 3 (2020): 43–49. 37 Ibid. 38 Otto Kirchheimer, “The Transformation of the Western European Party Systems,” in Political Parties and Political
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Comparing German Party Responses to the Euro Crisis
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