Giorgia Meloni, leader of the Brothers of Italy party (Tiziana Fabi/AFP/Getty)

Prof. Daniele Albertazzi and Dr. Stijn van Kessel, the directors of the Popular in Action Project, speak with Scott Lucas about the project’s findings after 2 1/2 years of research and analysis.

Are radical right-wing populist parties on the rise across Europe? How should we begin to assess their organization, tactics, and popularity with voters?

2:32: What is the most significant finding for you from the project so far?

4:37: Are right-wing populist parties better at organization and mobilization than their competitors? Or is it their content which gives them an advantage?

8:04: Has there been a containment of right-wing populist parties across Europe recently?

11:23: Is the greatest challenge of radical right-wing populist parties to the center-right parties, reshaping and redefining the center right in Europe?

15:33: If there is one development in 2022 which could significantly affect right-wing populism, what will it be?