Berlin – Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has plunged far-right movements across Europe into an identity crisis, as they struggle to square their loyalty to Vladimir Putin with the public’s overwhelming solidarity with Kyiv.
From Germany to France to Italy, extremist groups have condemned the assault, but some have in the same breath championed Putin’s line of blaming the West for triggering the conflict in the first place.
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