Události | Why is Euroskepticism and the far-right rising in EU elections?

In the forthcoming European elections, projections suggest that the European People's Party and the Socialists will likely hold their ground. However, a competitive scenario arises for the third spot as liberals confront rising of Eurosceptic and far-right parties. What drives voter behavior towards these political parties? Žiga Faktor, deputy director and head of EUROPEUM Institute's Brussels office, answered for main evening broadcast Události at Česká televize.

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Europeum and COVID-19

Explore our publications, events and other activities concerning the pandemic and its consequences.

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Seznam Zprávy: Pirate youth wants to change Czech euroscepticism

The site Seznam Zprávy reffered to the opinion poll about the Czech EU membership published by the EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy in February 2018.

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HN Svět: Slovaks are content with the EU membership, Hungarians want independent media.

Our Christian K. Lassen has given his insight on the Czech approach to the EU for HN Svět.

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Info.cz: Czechs are the biggest euroskeptics. What do central Europeans want, and how do they see the EU?

An extensive research of public opinion in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Austria, Slovakia and Slovenia showed, that a considerable portion of Central Europeans believe, that the EU is treating them unfairly. Still, the wish to remain, and want strong leaders and a homogenous society.

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ČRo Plus: National populism and its reception in central Europe

Vít Havelka for ČRo Plus commented on the topic of our debate 'Nationalistic populism and its reception in central Europe'

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