Neill Lochery

Why Portugal’s troubled history of political crises will continue

Portugal's prime minister Antonio Costa (Getty images)

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Neill Lochery
Neill Lochery is professor of Middle Eastern and Mediterranean Studies at University College London. He is the author of Out of the Shadows: Portugal from Revolution to the Present Day

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