European Anti-Globalists Join Forces to Take Back Countries - The New American

Emboldened by the British “Brexit” vote to leave the European Union and President Donald Trump's historic victory over the globalist establishment, European political leaders opposed to globalism and the establishment met in Koblenz, Germany, over the ...

There's a key risk in Europe that everybody is missing - Business Insider

Upcoming European elections, especially those in France and Germany, have many Wall Street economists on edge as the wave of populism sweeps the globe. For many, the focus is on whether there is a path to electoral victory in the likes of Marine Le Pen ...

What the Anti-Trump Protests Mean in Europe - New York Times

Protesters in Paris taking part last week in one of the many global women's marches. Credit Eric Feferberg/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images. Europe's far-right leaders gathered in Koblenz, Germany, on Saturday to cheer the rise of populist ...

Will Marine Le Pen's changed tone be enough to win over France? - Washington Post

Marine Le Pen has taken the lead in the latest poll of French presidential candidates, confirming that she and her right-wing National Front are no longer outsiders. A survey for Le Monde and a unit of Sciences Po showed Le Pen pulling ahead of center ...

Far-right parties on march to change Europe's political complexion - Mail & Guardian

Far-right leaders across Europe, including French presidential hopeful Marine Le Pen, held a political summit last weekend following Donald Trump's inauguration as United States president. The meeting in Germany underlines how much right-wing populism ...

How Did Trump Play in Deutschland? Uber Alles - Daily Beast

The populist far right in Europe would like to believe Trump's victory assures their own, and they came together to proclaim just that. But nothing's quite that simple. Christopher Dickey · Josephine Huetlin ...

Groupama Sees 'Zero' Chance of Le Pen Win, Buys French Stocks - Bloomberg

International investors are overestimating Marine Le Pen's chances of winning the French presidential election even though she is leading polls, according to Philippe Setbon, chief executive officer of Groupama Asset Management. The investment arm of ...

European Far-Right Politicians Talk Strategy For Upcoming Elections - WBUR

Frauke Petry, co-chair of Germany's Alternative for Germany party, and Marine Le Pen, who heads France's far-right National Front attended a conference of European right-wing parties in Koblenz, Germany. France, the Netherlands and Germany all face ...

There's a key risk in Europe that everybody is missing - Business Insider UK

Upcoming European elections, especially those in France and Germany, have many Wall Street economists on edge as the wave of populism sweeps the globe. For many, the focus is on whether there is a path to electoral victory in the likes of Marine Le Pen ...

At a summit in Germany, nationalism goes international - The Economist

TWO ghosts haunted a “counter-summit” of Europe's nationalist leaders in the German city of Koblenz on January 21st: Angela Merkel and Donald Trump. To the 1,000-odd visitors in attendance, most of them supporters of the anti-establishment Alternative ...

Le Pen nerves hit French debt but euro impact unclear - Reuters UK

France's National Front leader Marine Le Pen gives a speech during a European far-right leaders meeting to discuss about the European Union, in Koblenz, Germany, January 21, 2017. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay. By John Geddie and Jemima Kelly | ...

Ugly, dangerous forces gather in Europe - Saudi Gazette

Protesters gather during a demonstration near the building where European far-right leaders meet in Koblenz, Germany, January 21, 2017. — Reuters. EUROPE'S far-right parties think they are on a roll. French, German, Dutch and other rightist parties ...

The Rise Of Populism: Is Le Pen Next? - The Market Mogul

As Donald Trump's victory sent waves through society, the rise of populism continues to shock and surprise our world. The next big political blow points to France, where Marine Le Pen and her National Front party are gaining prominence. Le Pen is ...

Euro options suggest investors unruffled by Le Pen risk - Daily Mail

LONDON, Jan 24 (Reuters) - The cost of hedging euro volatility against the dollar in the three months leading to the first-round of France's presidential election dipped on Tuesday, with investors showing few immediate signs of concern about a possible ...

France's far-right awakening - Press TV

Just a day after the inauguration of the US President Donald Trump, far-right groups in Europe proclaim a beginning of a political surprise in Europe. Marine Le Pen, the leader of France's National Front party told a cheering gathering of right wing ...

Buoyed by Trump victory, Europe's far-right leaders unite in Germany ahead of upcoming elections - Big News Network.com

BERLIN, Germany - Across Europe, right-wing politicians buoyed by Donald Trump victory gathered in Germany this weekend to discuss strategy on how they might help each other in their upcoming national elections. Just a few years ago, such rhetoric ...

Growing populism challenges EU leaders - Global Times

US President Donald Trump's triumph has inspired the far-right politicians in the EU. As for those far-right European party leaders who are running for election this year, they seem to be motivated by the effect of "Trumpism." During the "European ...

Europe's far-right sets out its vision in Koblenz - euronews

Europe's political direction will tilt towards the extreme right this year if elections go as many expect in France, Germany and the Netherlands. Share Video. http://www.euronews.com/2017/01/23/europe-s-far-right-sets-out-its-vision-in-koblenz.

Why victory for Le Pen in France would help to fuel rise of far-right in Europe - Irish Independent

Far-right leaders across Europe, including French presidential hopeful Marine Le Pen, held a political summit last weekend following Donald Trump's inauguration as US president. The meeting in Germany underlines how much right-wing populism seems on ...

A meeting of nationalist leaders sows division in Europe - PBS NewsHour

A day after President Trump's inauguration, European right-wing leaders met in Koblenz, Germany, to issue a rallying cry for voters to upset the establishment in key elections across the continent. Special correspondent Malcolm Brabant reports that ...