The Far-Right At Work

Seventy decades after Nazism, Germany’s AFD are making landmark breakthroughs in the political arena. Why have so many workers turned towards them?

On 1 September right-wing populist party Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) achieved stunning second place finishes in two former East German regions, Brandenburg, and Saxony. Its 23.5 per cent of the vote in the former and 27.5 per cent in the latter marked a significant breakthrough two years after the AfD had become the largest opposition party in the […]

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