LONDON • Something is stirring in Europe's political landscape. No, it isn't the traditional shift of the pendulum from the political left to the political right and back again. Neither is this about the march to power of populist parties in European nations, as important as this phenomenon no doubt is.
For the really significant and hitherto not much documented change is to be found elsewhere - in the evidence that Europe's youth are increasingly willing to become involved in organised politics.
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