At the end of May 2019 the citizens of the European Union will go to the polls to elect their representatives in the European Parliament. In the face of developments such as Brexit, a continent-wide resurgence of populist movements and new foreign policy challenges the election could be more important for the future of the continent than ever before. How will Europe decide?
EU officials worry that the European elections in a month's time could open the door to a new wave of populist, anti-EU politicians hell-bent on wrecking the bloc's modus operandi. But the populists' success will depend on their ability to work together.
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The strong performance of the far-right in Finland's elections has mirrored the strength of anti-immigrant parties across the continent, just over a month before European parliament elections.
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