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Populist Movements in the EU: Overestimated Hindrace or Inner Threat
International Relations: European and Asian Studies
In spite of the fact that during recent periods of time populism has receded into the second plans, now the discussions have not only acquired a second life, but are literally forming a new wave of populist research. This work is devoted to the study of the phenomenon of right-wing populism, which currently receives active support in European countries. In the context of European integration, right populism is studied as a factor that has both positive and negative features for the further development of the integration association. The author attempts to answer the question whether right populism is a threat to the European integration or rather remains an obstacle, which being overcome by will acquire new directions for development.