Is contemporary European populism a rural phenomenon?

Right-wing populism can be found right across Europe. Today, every third European government consists of or depends on a populist party. Right-wing populism has gained high levels of support among rural population in Europe. How could this happen and what are the solutions? Natalia Mamonova, of the Emancipatory Rural Politics Initiative, explains the causes of populism in the European countryside and shares some ideas on potential resistance and the building of alternatives to the regressive nationalist politics.

Right-Wing Populism and Counter-Movements in Rural Europe by Natalia Mamonova

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