Not sure if I see the 10 year difference. Sure, I can see some European countries still diving deep into the right but I also think for most of them that already happened. They either became right-wing or they hit a stalemate where the far-right just owns 10-20% of parliaments and is not going much further than that. I think there was a critical mass of far-right rise in 2016 and since then progressives have more or less managed to stall the politics status quo. Look at Spain for a country where people simply decided they are too scared of their far-right. We are probably going to be stuck in that stalemate for a while though, at least until the left manages to find a way to connect to the poor working class again. Some progress has been made in that front, but in most countries, there's still a lot of work to do.