From BREXIT, to Donald Trump, to the proliferation of far-right nationalist parties worldwide, a new NATO report lays the blame for populism at the Kremlin’s doorstep.
An analysis on what is putting France’s longstanding separation of church and state at risk.
PARIS — When 34 percent of surveyed voters admit they agree with the ideas of a political movement that is protectionist, anti-immigrant, anti-Muslim and anti-Euro, France has a problem. France’s far-right political party, Front National, has surged in popularity over the past year to its highest level in thirty years. Led by European Parliament