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On this page you will find links to newspaper articles and other media appearances in which the populism expertise of the POPREBEL researchers has been featured.

25 September 2022: Rita Hornok ‘War and disinformation: pro-Russian narratives thrive in Hungary as Ukraine fights off aggression’ (Kafkadesk)

15 September 2022: Natasza Styczyńska ‘Le mot ‘populisme’ n’a pas le même à l’Est qu’à l’Ouest en Europe’ (EU! radio, in English)

04 August 2022: Richard Mole ‘Homophobie und Nationalismus – Zwei Seiten einer Medaille?’ (Deutschlandfunk, in German)

16 April 2022: Ognjen Radonjic ‘In the jaws of Russian oil and gas’ (Pescanik, in Serbian)

05 April 2022: Nikola Samardžić, Haris Dajč and Ognjen Radonjić ‘Faces of Populism’ (Danas, in Serbian)

30 December 2021: Jan Kubik ‘Is calling someone a populist an insult?’ (Kultura Liberalna, in Polish)

06 December 2021: Jan Kubik, Alicja Haran ‘POPREBEL & FATIGUE projects: Populism & illiberalism in Europe’ (Open Access Government)

04 December 2021: Jan Kubik ‘Why are populists in Central Europe so strong?’ (Dziennik, in Polish)

14 November 2021: Jan Kubik ‘Conversation on right-wing populism in Poland and not only with Senator Kazimierz Ujazdowski and dr. Michał Matlak’ (Fundacja dla Nauki, in Polish)

8 October 2021: Sean Hanley ‘Andrej Babis believes he has a secret weapon in the Czech elections: Viktor Orban’ (Euronews)

07 October 2021: Jan Kubik and Richard Mole ‘Populist rebellion against modernity in 21st-century Eastern Europe: neo-traditionalism and neo-feudalism’ (CORDIS)

7 October 2021: Sean Hanley ‘Czech Opposition Takes Anti-Populist Unity for a Test Drive’ (Balkan Insight)

19 September 2021: Liisa Talving ‘TV show episode on political polarization in societies’ (ETV – Estonian Public Broadcasting)

26 August 2021: Richard Mole ‘Erst waren Flüchtlinge seine Sündenböcke, jetzt sind es LGBT-Personen’ (Die Welt)

28 June 2021: Richard Mole ‘Autocrats Are Weaponizing Homophobia’ (Bloomberg)

22 July 2021: Richard Mole ‘Can homophobic policies win elections?’ (Sky News)

02 July 2021: Richard Mole ‘Conflicts between Hungary and its EU neighbors over Hungary’s new law that bans LGBTQ+ education to minors’ (Korean Radio)

01 February: Vello Pettai ‘Estonia’s far-right leader is down but not out’ (Politico¨)

13 January 2021: Vello Pettai ‘Scandal Sinks Estonian Prime Minister and His Far-Right Allies’ (Bloomberg)

13 January 2021: Liisa Talving ‘Korruptionsvorwürfe: Estnischer Regierungschef Ratas tritt zurück’ (Euronews)

02 December 2020: Vello Pettai ‘Estonia’s techies fear the far right’ (Politico)