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Radical-right populism has become a structural political phenomenon in the European Union in recent years. This ideology, the core principle of which is based on a nurtured antagonism between the ‘people’ and the ‘elite’, combined with a parallel promotion of authoritarian and nativist ideas, is generally associated with the nation state and its core territorial ideology: nationalism. However, populism can also be scaled at the regional level, within or across European state borders. This article, which is based on critical discourse analysis, aims to investigate what might constitute the meaning of cross-national regionalism according to a radical-right populist leader in Europe. More precisely, my objective is to research the antagonism this type of leader can structure to organize territorial, symbolic and institutional claims associated with a specific cross-national region. This research is based on the discourse Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán produced in relation to the Visegrád region. My analysis helps to reveal the types of power geometries articulated by populist leaders beyond state borders.
|Number of pages||18|
|Journal||International Journal of Urban and Regional Research|
|Early online date||29 Oct 2021|
|Publication status||Published - Jan 2022|
Bibliographical noteFunding Information:
The research presented in this article was supported by the Luxembourg National Research Fund (INTER/SNF/18/12618900/CROSS‐POP).
© 2021 The Authors. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research published by John Wiley & Sons Ltd on behalf of Urban Research Publications Limited.
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CROSS-POP: The Right-Wing Populist Discourse in European Cross-Border Areas. A comparison between Switzerland and Luxembourg
Mazzoleni, O., Lamour, C., Mueller, S., Scott, J. W., Roncarolo, F., Wodak, R., Kies, R. & Keating, M.
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