Articles by Matthew Loveless

06 2021

Why centre-right parties adopt hardline positions on immigration at their peril

Matthew Loveless
To guard against vote loss, parties of the centre right are taking a tough stance on immigration. James F. Downes, Matthew Loveless and Andrew Lam argue that such parties risk bringing far-right ideology into the political mainstream, and undermining the very tenets of liberal democracy they profess to uphold
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Matthew Loveless
Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Bologna

Matthew is co-founder of CeRSP – the Center for Research and Social Progress.

His early research and publications focused primarily on the transition to democracy in Eastern Europe and now examines several topics related to how individuals perceive and make sense of politics in Europe, focusing on public opinion, media use, and perceptions.

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