Dr Georgios Samaras
Assistant Professor of Public Policy
Int’l School for Government
The Policy Institute





georgios.samaras [at] kcl.ac.uk
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Do Greek Spartans hold the key to why Europe’s men are falling for the far right? The Independent.
From Greece’s far-right ascension to France’s National Rally, Georgios Samaras follows the march of the far right across Europe – and its growing sinister appeal to young voters.


How the European left can take on the far right. The New Statesman.
The gathering storm that has loomed over Europe for years broke dramatically on Monday morning, with gains for far-right parties across several of the EU’s core nations.


The battle for the future of France is only beginning. Al Jazeera.A coalition of left-wing parties has scored a major victory against National Rally’s hard-right populism. But there is no time for complacency.


Europe’s Center Right Is Enabling the Authoritarian Turn. Jacobin.
Ahead of June’s EU election, we’re again seeing alarmist rhetoric about far-right insurgents. But the authoritarian turn is happening already — driven by the conservative forces at the heart of the European institutions.


The Death of the Greek Left: A Political Tragedy. Verso.
Stefanos Kasselakis's victory in the SYRIZA leadership contest marks a traumatic break from the party's political traditions, raising the question: where does the Greek left go from here?


The Greek Left: Into the Ice Age? El Pais. It has been more than two months since the Greek general election on June 25th, which took place in an intensely polarized political climate. The outcome dealt a severe blow to the Greek left.

The new Ursula: How von der Leyen learned to stop worrying and love Meloni. Euronews.
As the EU election rapidly approaches, several pollsters indicate a notable surge in support for Greek Solution, with Kyriakos Velopoulos attracting voters from both Niki and Spartiates


The Greek far-right – a rising threat in the EU election storm. Kathimerini.
As the EU election rapidly approaches, several pollsters indicate a notable surge in support for Greek Solution, with Kyriakos Velopoulos attracting voters from both Niki and Spartiates.


Greece’s ‘Watergate’ explained. The Conversation. After Greece and the European Central Bank agreed post-economic-crash bailout terms in 2010, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) published a 146-page report outlining all the key state problems that were seen as having caused the fiscal crisis.



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