Why Fascists Do Better in Austria Than in Greece

Austria and Greece have at least one thing in common aside from their membership in the euro area: Both are confronting the rapid rise of ultra-nationalist movements.

Austria and Greece have at least one thing in common aside from their membership in the euro area: Both are confronting the rapid rise of ultranationalist movements. Surprisingly, the destitute southern nation is having greater success in holding them at bay.

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