Jake Dunn

Jake Dunn


We need the Independent Group

We need the Independent Group

Jacob Dunn considered about what the emergence of the Independent Group means for British Politics, arguing it is a good sign in an otherwise increasingly polarising politics
Franco’s Demons, Spain’s new right and VOX

Franco’s Demons, Spain’s new right and VOX

Jake Dunn examines the new force in Spanish politics: VOX, a far-right party which has 11% of the national vote share
Meet Matteo Salvini: Italy’s new kingmaker

Meet Matteo Salvini: Italy’s new kingmaker

Jacob Dunn looks at the rise of Italian politician Matteo Salvini from obscure political outsider to the new flag bearer of Europe’s populist far right
Cold War heating up

Cold War heating up

The Trump administration’s decision to pull out of the Iran Nuclear Deal could have violent consequences
The end of the Viktator?

The end of the Viktator?

Most likely just the beginning– Hungary is another example of European fascism on the rise.
Israel’s radical re-style

Israel’s radical re-style

Israel’s shift to the right and far-right come with alarming consequences for the Palestinian-Israeli peace process
Scotland’s Lions

Scotland’s Lions

After over a decade of mishandling Scotland, the Scottish National Party is inevitably losing their popular base, and it’s about time
A new Italy: Europe’s problem

A new Italy: Europe’s problem

Another domino has fallen… will it topple a united Europe?
Angela Merkel: Die Überlebende (The Survivor)

Angela Merkel: Die Überlebende (The Survivor)

How the Queen of Europe rose to her throne
Big, bad Vlad

Big, bad Vlad

Putin has re-directed Russia onto the path of becoming a formidable and threatening world power
Italy’s awakening

Italy’s awakening

Italy is populism’s next victim in Europe

The SPD have a choice: radical reform or terminal decline

Either become a party-of-the-people à la Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour or drift into irrelevance

Trump’s revolution

By alienating his foreign allies and pushing his nationalist rhetoric to the extreme, Trump risks undermining the revolution he started in 2016

The Catalonian Crisis is a blessing in disguise for Mariano Rajoy

The Catalonian Crisis may seem like a headache for the Spanish government, but it actually bolster’s the Spanish Prime Minister’s authority, argues Jake Dunn

The rise of the AfD proves that Germany isn’t immune from right-wing populism

Gemany is divided, and those divisions won’t heal unless the German political establishment engages with the concerns of AfD voters, argues Jake Dunn

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