Right Wing Extremism

Interview – Adam Fabry

E-International Relations • Apr 16 2020 • Features
Adam Fabry talks about his book and research on Hungary, including economic and political changes, the origins of the far-right and alternative forms of resistance.

Italy as the Kremlin’s ‘Trojan Horse’ in Europe: Some Overlooked Factors

Artem Patalakh • Apr 11 2020 • Articles
As Russian influence in Italy grows, Putin's ‘Trojan horse’ in the EU reflects several societal trends, molding perceptions of a foreign policy appropriate for Italy.

Review – From Righteousness to Far Right

Alvina Hoffmann • Aug 29 2019 • Features
Mc Cluskey proposes an anthropological rethinking of critical security studies by focusing on the response of a small Swedish village to 100 resettled Syrian refugees.

The 2018 Elections and the Uncertain Future of Brazilian Democracy

Roberto Goulart Menezes • Dec 11 2018 • Articles
The shadow that hovers over Brazilian democracy today will mobilize many people within and beyond Brazil to challenge and contain Bolsonaro’s authoritarian temptations.

Austrian Elections: A ‘shift to the Right’ and a ‘mixed Bag’ for Europe

Christine Neuhold • Oct 24 2017 • Articles
Recent elections in Austria are a ‘mixed bag’ result for Europe, with the People’s Party speaking out for integration and the Freedom Party seeing ‘renationalisation'.

In the Dawn of a New Barbaric Era

Burak Cop • Nov 23 2016 • Articles
People are no longer interested in facts. Post-truth politics is advancing, as seen in Trump’s presidential race in the USA and the Brexit shock.

Review – The Right in Latin America

John Polga-Hecimovich • Oct 16 2016 • Features
While its methodological shortcomings may raise the ire of some political scientists, this book is still ultimately a novel account of elite power in Latin America.

“Green against Blue” – Reflections on the 2016 Austrian Presidential Election

Ruth Wodak • Jun 14 2016 • Articles
The Austrian election illustrates another troubling trend: a widening class and gender divide, and more specifically a struggle about the right values.

The Golden Dawn and the Extreme Right in Greece

Despina Papadimitriou • Mar 5 2014 • Articles
The political success of the Greek party 'Golden Dawn' surprised many, with their pro-Nazi and xenophobic policies proving to be of concern both in Greece and abroad.

The Resurgence of Right-Wing Extremism in Greece: A Not So Golden Dawn

Nadia Banteka • Dec 14 2013 • Articles
The fight against Golden Dawn will have an effect, if Greece galvanizes mature political discourse and a new set of institutions based on representation, impartiality, tolerance, and meritocracy.

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