In cooperation with Sir Peter Ustinov Institute and the Forum for Journalism and Media, the International Institute for Peace (IIP) gladly announces this upcoming event.
Date: Tuesday, 27th of November 2018
Time: 6:00 pm
Venue: International Institute for Peace,
Möllwaldplatz 5, 1040 Vienna, Austria
· RADAUER, Leopold, Sir Peter Ustinov Institute, Vienna
· SWOBODA Hannes, International Institute for Peace, Vienna
· MERET, Susi, Aalborg University, Denmark.
· BOZOKI, András, Central European University, Budapest
· FENKART, Stephanie, International Institute for Peace, Vienna
Denmark has a long experience with Danish People’s Party and is setting the trend in how populist discourse is adopted by the mainstream or how the toughest anti-immigrant policy in Europe has been embraced by the social democrats. However, the Danish experience remains largely unnoticed in the rest of Europe since the democratic institutions have not been essentially undermined. Hungary, on the other hand, sets different trend and Viktor Orban does not hide his ambition to influence European politics and history. His populism is different from the Danish one in style, values, and respect for the institutions.
Six months before the European elections, the question arises: do these parties have anything in common? Should liberal Europe be concerned about both trends? Is Orban the only threat? Can these parties potentially become allies in Strasbourg? Are immigration and Islam the only issues that unite them?
The Discussion will be held in English.
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