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Fredrik Erixon talks to Heather Grabbe, the Director of the Open Society European Policy Institute in Brussels. They discuss the possible damage nationalists and populists could do to the EU if they were to have a strong result in the coming European election. They also talk about Europe’s existential crisis – if the EU is going through one and what has gone wrong? – and about a new paper she co-edited with a group called the “European reformists” on where the EU should focus its energy in the future.