Dutch Elections: A Break from Populism

Dr. Patrick Ziegenhain on BFM89.9 Radio

It seems the populist tide in the European Union has hit a bump after Dutch prime minister Mark Rutte beat anti-Islam, anti-EU populist Geert Wilders in the parliamentary elections. Ezra Zaid and Umapagan Ampikaipakan from the Evening Edition talks about what the Dutch elections mean for the political situation of the EU. Dr. Patrick Ziegenhain, a visiting professor at the Europe-Asia Institute of the University of Malaya, joins them to give his take on it.

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