Elections for the European Parliament get under way on Thursday.
On Saturday, right-wing leaders from nearly a dozen EU countries, including France, Germany and the Netherlands gathered for a rally in Milan to show their unity.
The gathering was led by the Italian deputy prime minister, Matteo Salvini, who wants to form a far-right block within the EU Parliament.
Some analysts believe that the future identity of European politics – and the EU itself – is at stake.
So, how will voting shape the continent?
Presenter: Barbara Serra
Theofanis Exadaktylos – Senior lecturer in European politics at the University of Surrey
Anand Menon – Director of the UK in a Changing Europe initiative and a former special adviser to the House of Lords EU committee
Stefano Vergine – Italian journalist who focuses on economics and foreign affairs