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Newsweek International  |  26th October 2018  


AUSTRIA RISING
In May 2017, when Sebastian Kurz took control of the center-right Austrian
People’s Party (OVP), he remade it in his image. Lest the world underestimate the significance of this, the thirty two year-old rebranded
the OVP as the Sebastian Kurz List–New People’s Party. Seven months later the conservative populist became Austria’s youngest-ever chancellor, in addition to the world’s first millennial head of state and, according to some analysts, the future of Europe. Like other right-wing populists ascending to power in the European Union, the ambitious Kurz has pushed a hard-line
immigration agenda in response to economic stagnation and the Syrian refugee crisis. But his youthful persona and political happenstance have elevated his status and his ideas far beyond Austria’s borders. His rise coincided with the transition of the EU presidency to Austria, a six-month term, ending in December, that has given him a platform to challenge the liberal order of Europe and its cherished tradition of open borders.
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Below is a selection of articles in Newsweek International 26th October 2018.

People Do the Darndest Things TARRAGONA, SPAIN DAVID RAMOS/GETTY Members of the Colla Joves Xiquets de Valls team dazzle a massive crowd at the 27th Concurs de Castells, or Human Towers, competition on October 7. Starti...
Get Out the Vote YAOUNDÉ, CAMEROON ALEXIS HUGUET/AFP/GETTY Supporters of opposition party candidate Joshua Osih rally on October 5, two days before the country’s presidential election. Eight candidates ran ...
Sign of the Times WASHINGTON, D.C. WIN MCNAMEE/GETTY Protesters with a brightly lit message gather outside the White House on October 8. Though the sign was a reference to the Senate’s conirmation of Supreme...
Walking on Water BONN, GERMANY FEDERICO GAMBARINI/AFP/GETTY Children play inside the waterilled Circular Appearing Rooms by artist Jeppe Hein on October 9. The installation is part of the Playground Project...
The 2018 Midterms Hack Has Russia already laid the groundwork for election tampering? POLITICS BY DAVID H. FREEDMAN @dhfreedman Illustrations by ALEX FINE Will the last rebel bastion in Syria turn into a bat...
Conflict of Interest Why Idlib province, the last major stronghold of Syrian rebel forces, is a prized pawn for the Assad regime—and Iran OPINION BY MAYSAM BEHRAVESH @behmash THE FIGHT STUFF Syrian rebels, f...
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Newsweek International   |   26th October 2018   


AUSTRIA RISING
In May 2017, when Sebastian Kurz took control of the center-right Austrian
People’s Party (OVP), he remade it in his image. Lest the world underestimate the significance of this, the thirty two year-old rebranded
the OVP as the Sebastian Kurz List–New People’s Party. Seven months later the conservative populist became Austria’s youngest-ever chancellor, in addition to the world’s first millennial head of state and, according to some analysts, the future of Europe. Like other right-wing populists ascending to power in the European Union, the ambitious Kurz has pushed a hard-line
immigration agenda in response to economic stagnation and the Syrian refugee crisis. But his youthful persona and political happenstance have elevated his status and his ideas far beyond Austria’s borders. His rise coincided with the transition of the EU presidency to Austria, a six-month term, ending in December, that has given him a platform to challenge the liberal order of Europe and its cherished tradition of open borders.
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