First published in The Economist, U.K., June 15, 2019 | By Kal First published on POLITICO.eu, Belg..
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The European election confronts us with a somber reality: Right-wing populism is now a major force in Europe — and it is here to stay. Forget the doomsday predictions about the end of the Continents liberal order, or dreams of a miraculous return of the “end of history.” Those are as overblown as they are prevalent. The liberal order can be protected from populism —