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A Spectre Haunting Europe

Angela Merkel and the Challenges of Far-Right Populism

Joyce Marie Mushaben

another Brexit party. Usurping credit for the leave campaign, Tory hardliner Boris Johnson forced Theresa May to abdicate, but it will be harder for him to escape “shaming and blaming” once the negative impact of Brexit hits. In Germany, many AfD

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Law Abiding Citizens

On Popular Support for the Illegal Killing of Wolves

Olve Krange, Erica von Essen, and Ketil Skogen

. Brexit and the election of Donald Trump are well-known examples, and right-wing parties with populist rhetoric are making headway in other Western countries. They promulgate stronger restrictions for immigration and refugees and advocate a policy that

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Sophie Meunier

Brexit referendum in June 2016, France had no ability to sway the vote in favor of Britain staying in the EU. After steering, alone or in tandem with Germany, a process of European integration for more than sixty years, France has lost, at least

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Que reste-t-il de nos amours?

The Expectations of 1989–1991 Revisited

Francisco Martínez

). The impression of something being broken floats in the air since the financial meltdown, Brexit, the refugee crisis and the conflict in Ukraine. ‘It was not meant to be this way’, stresses Tom Frost in his article about Brexit. Looking back, Frost

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Everyday Madness

On Anger, Loss and Psychoanalysis

Lisa Appignanesi

populisms that currently seem to plague our democracies – from the US with its raging president and an overheated Twittersphere rampant with hate of intelligence, of foreigners, and dare I say of women; to Britain in the throes of Brexit – that backlash to

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Benjamin Abrams

-rise-of-populism-a-threat-to-civil-society . Constant , Benjamin . 1819 . “ The Liberty of Ancients Compared with That of Moderns .” Online Library of Liberty. . Cox , Michael . 2018 . “ The Rise of Populism and the Crisis of Globalization: Brexit

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Dominik Austrup, Marion Repetti, Andreas Avgousti, Th. W. Bottelier, and Antonin Lacelle-Webster

, or to protect labor and capital in the old Western core from global competition. The result was fragmentation, inequality, and, eventually, backlash in the form of Trump and Brexit. While he also notes that its fragmentation has increased the order

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Concluding Remarks

A “Social Quality Observatory” for Central and Eastern European Countries?

Laurent J. G. van der Maesen

economic[s] and the monetary Union and becomes primarily a ‘Bankers’ Europe’ (1999: 12). The final stage of the exit of Britain from the European Union (Brexit) at the end of 2020 was the crowning glory of the aim to strengthen neoliberal economics in

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Building Bridges over Troubled Waters

EU Civil Servants and the Transcendence of Distance and Difference

Seamus Montgomery

not out of a sense of humanitarian duty, then out of an obligation to preserve freedom of movement across Europe. During the campaigns for the 2016 EU membership referendum in the United Kingdom, those in favour of Brexit vowed to ‘take back control of

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Melissa Raphael, Dorothea Magonet, and Frank Dabba Smith

other such post-World War II rules-based institutions and, later, the threats to that ‘liberal order’ – of which Brexit is just one manifestation – we could gain further understandings of what Jews and Jewish communities regard as important in the wider