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Europe’s Troublemakers. The Populist Challenge to Foreign Policy,

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Rosa Balfour
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Janis A. Emmanouilidis
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Catherine Fieschi
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Heather Grabbe
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Christopher Hill
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Timo Lochocki
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Cas Mudde
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Mari E K Niemi
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Juliane Schmidt
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Corina Stratulat
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Abstract

The growing intertwining of domestic and international politics is changing our understanding of both foreign relations and democratically legitimate government. At the same time, populist parties are thriving, challenging the status quo and the ruling elite, becoming the new ‘troublemakers’. As the transformative impact of populism on foreign relations has been little explored, this Report explores whether and how the populists are shaping the debate, and what the consequences might be for foreign policy-making in the EU. One thing seems certain: populism is here to stay, even if it ebbs and flows. Both left and right-wing populists are exploiting a crisis of democracy and legitimacy. Traditional politics thus needs to address the more deep-rooted malaise which is fueling discontent, rather than to stigmatise, mock or ignore its symptoms, or worse still, join the chorus of complainers.
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hal-03909943 , version 1 (21-12-2022)

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Marie Mendras, Rosa Balfour, Janis A. Emmanouilidis, Catherine Fieschi, Heather Grabbe, et al.. Europe’s Troublemakers. The Populist Challenge to Foreign Policy,. European Policy Centre (Brussels). 2016, 78 p. ⟨hal-03909943⟩
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