L to R: Olli Kotro, Finns Party; Joerg Meuthen, Alternative for Germany; Matteo Salvini, Italy’s League Party; and Anders Primdahl Vistisen, Danish People’s Party in 2019 (Daniel Dal Zennaro/EPA)

In a 55-minute podcast, I chat with Monique Camarra’s Coffee Talk Politics about the state of right-wing populism in Europe.

We begin with a discussion of the Populism in Action Project’s research and findings. Then we focus on the development of right-wing populist parties, and consider the situation of “mainstream” parties in response to the challenge.

See also Coffee Talk Politics Podcast: After Trump’s Attempted Coup; UK’s Brexit “Damage by 1000 Cuts”
PiAP-Clinton Institute Webinar: Comparing Populisms