National Populism and Xenophobia in Greece

National Populism and Xenophobia in Greece by Manos Matsaganis and myself forms part of the second phase of Counterpoint’s “Recapturing Europe’s Reluctant Radicals” project. This second phase of the project aims to draw an in-depth picture of how populism emerges in specific country contexts across Europe through ten expert written country pamphlets. 

A number of publications connected to this project are already available, and several more are upcoming. They are, in my mind, exceptionally valuable in gaining insights into the varying national cultures and institutions that have given rise to extremist populism.

This is is the text of the pamphlet on Greece, in A4 format.  

You can also download it in pamphet format from the Counterpoint website.
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