Albanese, Giulia. The March on Rome: Violence and the Rise of Italian Fascism. Translated by Sergio Knipe. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, and New York: Routledge, 2019. Preface and Chapter 1. Chapter abstracts.
Alexander, Dean C. Family Terror Networks. BookBaby, 2019
Anti-fascism in the Nordic Countries: New Perspectives, Comparisons and Transnational Connections. Edited by Kasper Braskén, Nigel Copsey, and Johan A. Lundin. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, and New York: Routledge, 2019. Contents: Introduction / Kasper Braskén and Johan A. Lundin, full text — Part I. Anti-fascism beyond the far left — 1. Anti-fascist discourses, practices and confrontations in 1930s Iceland / Ragnheiður Kristjánsdóttir and Pontus Järvstad — 2. Finnish liberals and anti-fascism, 1922-1932 / Jenni Karimäki — 3. An anti-fascist minority? Swedish-speaking Finnish responses to fascism / Matias Kaihovirta and Mats Wickström — 4. Conservative fascist sympathies and anti-fascism in 1930s Norway / Knut Dørum — Part II. Anti-fascist youth activism and militant resistance — 5. Three arrows against the swastika: militant social democracy and radical opposition to fascism in Denmark, 1932-1934 / Charlie E. Krautwald — 6. Social Democratic youth and anti-fascism in Sweden, 1929-1939 / Johan A. Lundin — 7. ‘Boycott the Nazi Flag’: the anti-fascism of the International of Seamen and Harbour Workers / Holger Weiss — Part III. Cultural fronts and anti-fascist intellectuals — 8. Anti-fascist race biology: Gunnar Dahlberg and the long farewell to the Nordic ‘master race’ / Martin Ericsson — 9. Finnish socialist intellectuals on fascism and anti-fascism in the 1930s / Tauno Saarela — 10. Intellectuals ready to fight: Scandinavian anti-fascist cultural fronts, 1935-1939 / Ole Martin Rønning — 11. Fighting for peace: the Workers’ Stage, the popular front, and aid for Spain in 1930s Finland / Mikko-Olavi Seppälä — 12. The last ‘Münzenberg empire’: the transnational networks of Die Zukunft in the Nordic countries, 1938–1940 / Bernhard H. Bayerlein — Part IV. Post-war anti-fascisms — 13. Framing anti-fascism in the Cold War: the Socialist Youth International and Franco’s regime after the Second World War / Anders Dalsager — 14. Radical-right movement and countermovement in Denmark, 1985-present / Flemming Mikkelsen — 15. Challenging fascist spatial claims: the struggle over the 30 November marches in southern Sweden / Andrés Brink Pinto and Johan Pries — Afterword / Nigel Copsey. Chapter abstracts.
Burke, Kyle. Revolutionaries for the Right: Anticommunist Internationalism and Paramilitary Warfare in the Cold War. Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 2019
Collins, Matthew, with Robbie Mullen. Nazi Terrorist: The Story of National Action. London: HOPE not hate Publishing, 2019
Crothers, Lane. Rage on the Right: The American Militia Movement from Ruby Ridge to the Trump Presidency. Second edition (first edition 2004). “The second edition of this work has evolved to try to address the ‘new’ extreme right in American politics.” Lanham, Boulder, New York, and London: Rowman & Littlefield, 2019
Faulkner, Neil. With Samir Dathi, Phil Hearse, and Seema Syeda. Creeping Fascism: What It Is and How To Fight It. Public Reading Rooms, 2019
Finn, John E. Fracturing the Founding: How the Alt-Right Corrupts the Constitution. Lanham, Boulder, New York, and London: Rowman & Littlefield, 2019
Key Thinkers of the Radical Right: Behind the New Threat to Liberal Democracy. Edited by Mark Sedgwick. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. Contents: Introduction by Mark Sedgwick — Section I: Classic Thinkers — Chapter 1: Oswald Spengler and the Decline of the West, by David Engels — Chapter 2: Ernst Jünger and Storms of Steel, by Elliot Y. Neaman — Chapter 3: Carl Schmitt and the Concept of the Political, by Reinhard Mehring — Chapter 4: Julius Evola and Tradition, by H. Tomas Hakl — Section II: Modern Thinkers — Chapter 5: Alain de Benoist and the New Right, by Jean-Yves Camus — Chapter 6: Guillaume Faye and Identitarianism, by Stéphane François — Chapter 7: Paul Gottfried and Paleoconservatism, by Seth Bartee — Chapter 8: Patrick J. Buchanan and the Death of the West, by Edward Ashbee — Chapter 9: Jared Taylor and White Identity, by Russell Nieli — Chapter 10: Alexander Dugin and Eurasianism, by Marlene Laruelle — Chapter 11: Bat Ye’or and Eurabia, by Sindre Bangstad — Section III: Emergent Thinkers — Chapter 12: Mencius Moldbug and Neoraction, by Joshua Tait — Chapter 13: Greg Johnson and Counter-Currents, by Graham Macklin — Chapter 14: Richard B. Spencer and the Alt Right, by Tamir Bar-On — Chapter 15: Jack Donovan and Male Tribalism, by Matthew N. Lyons — Chapter 16: Daniel Friberg and Metropolitics, by Benjamin Teitelbaum — Notes — Bibliography — Index. Chapter abstracts.
Lane, Charles. Freedom’s Detective: The Secret Service, the Ku Klux Klan and the Man Who Masterminded America’s First War on Terror. New York: Hanover Square Press, 2019
Lipstadt, Deborah E. Antisemitism: Here and Now. New York: Schocken Books, 2019
Loughlin, James. Fascism and Constitutional Conflict: The British Extreme Right and Ulster in the Twentieth Century. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2019
Martinez HoSang, Daniel, and Joseph E. Lowndes. Producers, Parasites, Patriots: Race and the New Right-Wing Politics of Precarity. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2019. Chapter abstracts.
McCann, Craig J.J. The Prevent Strategy and Right-Wing Extremism: A Case Study of the English Defence League. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, and New York: Routledge, 2019. Introduction. Chapter abstracts.
Merlan, Anna. Republic of Lies: American Conspiracy Theorists and Their Surprising Rise to Power. New York: Metropolitan Books/Henry Holt and Company, 2019
Metzl, Jonathan. Dying of Whiteness: How the Politics of Racial Resentment Is Killing America’s Heartland. New York: Basic Books, 2019
Muirhead, Russell, and Nancy L. Rosenblum. A Lot of People Are Saying: The New Conspiracism and the Assault on Democracy. Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2019. Chapter abstracts.
Nielsen, Philipp. Between Heimat and Hatred: Jews and the Right in Germany, 1871-1935. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019
Norris, Pippa, and Ronald Inglehart. Cultural Backlash: Trump, Brexit, and Authoritarian Populism. Cambridge, New York, Melbourne, New Delhi, Singapore: Cambridge University Press, 2019. Preface and Acknowledgments. Index.
Oroszi, Terry L., and David Ellis. The American Terrorist: Everything You Need to Know to be a Subject Matter Expert. Greylander Press, 2019. Chapter Two. Domestic Terror Organizations: The Alabama Free Militia — The Alternative Right — Alpha 66 and Omega 7 — Animal Liberation Front — Antifa — Army of God — Aryan Nations — Black Panther Party / Black Liberation Army — The Covenant, the Sword, and the Arm of the Lord — Earth Liberation Front — Fuerzas Armadas De Liberacion Nacional Puertorriquena — Hutaree — Jam’iyyat Ul-Ilam Is-Saheeh — The Jewish Defense League — Ku Klux Klan — May 19th Communist Organization — National Alliance — The National Socialist Movement — The American Nazi Party — Operation Save America — Phineas Priesthood — Proud Boys — Public Enemy Number 1 — Republic of New Africa — Revolutionary People’s Group — Sovereign Citizens Movement — Symbionese Liberation Army — United Freedom Front — Weather Underground Organization.
Pappas, Takis S. Populism and Liberal Democracy: A Comparative and Theoretical Analysis. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2019
Progressive Justice in an Age of Repression: Strategies for Challenging the Rise of the Right. Edited by Walter S. DeKeseredy and Elliott Currie. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, and New York: Routledge, 2019. Contents: Introduction: responding to repression, by Walter S. DeKeseredy, full text – 1. But why this man?: challenging hegemonic masculinity in an age of repression, by Walter S. DeKeseredy — 2. Why the left must change: right-wing populism in context, by Simon Winlow, Steve Hall and James Treadwell — 3. Social change and drugs: rural America and the Rise of Donald Trump, by Joseph F. Donnermeyer — 4. Getting crime right: framing everyday violence in the age of Trump, by Elliott Currie — 5. The limits of police reform, by Alex S. Vitale — 6. What would a just justice system look like?, by Sandra Walklate — 7. Corporate criminality and resisting financial and securities frauds, by Gregg Barak — 8. Beyond the ricochets: unpacking the modern gun culture and its political stalemate, by Peter Squires — 9. Abortion politics and the persistence of patriarchy, by Meda Chesney-Lind — 10. Resisting ecocide: engaging in the politics of the future, by Rob White — 11. Youth for social justice in an age of youth expendability, by Randy Myers and Tim Goddard — 12. What’s wrong with American criminal justice reform?, by Sonya Goshe — 13. Continuity of American xenophobia under Trump and plausible alternatives, by James Diego Vigil and Nativo Lopez Vigil — Epilogue: pitfalls and possibilities, by Elliott Currie. Chapter abstracts.
Renton, David. The New Authoritarians: Convergence on the Right. London: Pluto Press, 2019
Researching Far-Right Movements: Ethics, Methodologies, and Qualitative Inquiries. Edited by Emanuele Toscano. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, and New York: Routledge, 2019. Contents: Researching Far-Right Movements. An Introduction (Emanuele Toscano), full text — 1. The Specificities of Researching Evil (Michel Wieviorka) — 2. “Field observer: simples”: Finding a place from which to do close-up research on the “far right” (Hilary Pilkington) — 3. Rapport, Respect, and Dissonance: Studying the White Power Movement in the United States (Lisa K. Waldner and Betty A. Dobratz) — 4. Rethinking the Party, the State, and the World: The Case of Turkish Right Wing-Nationalist Youth in Gezi Protests(Derya Göçer Akder and Kübra Oguz) — 5. Reporting the “Good Deeds” of Far-Right Activists (Daniel Bizeul) — 6. The Dark Side of the Field. Doing Research on CasaPound in Italy (Emanuele Toscano and Daniele di Nunzio) — 7. Uncustomary Sisterhood: Feminist Research in Japanese Conservative Movements (Ayaka Suzuki) — 8. Militant Far-Right Royalist Groups on Facebook in Thailand. Methodological and Ethical Challenges of Internet-Based Research (Wolfram Schaffar and Naruemon Thabchumpon) — Conclusion. Doing Research on Far-Right Movements (Emanuele Toscano). Chapter abstracts.
Right-Wing Politics and the Rise of Antisemitism in Europe 1935-1941. Edited By Frank Bajohr and Dieter Pohl. Göttingen: Wallstein Verlag, 2019. Contents: Frank Bajohr: German Antisemitism and its Influence in Europe. The Example of Alfred Rosenberg and the Nazi Foreign Policy Office after 1933 – Dieter Pohl: Right-Wing Politics and Antisemitism in Europe 1935-1940 – Ferenc Laczó: The Radicalization of Hungarian Antisemitism until 1941: On Indigenous Roots and Transnational Embeddedness – Susanne Heim: The Year 1938 and the International Reactions to the Forced Emigration of German Jews – Grzegorz Krzywiec: The Balance of Polish Political Antisemitism: Between “National Revolution,” Economic Crisis, and the Transformation of the Polish Public Sphere in the 1930s
Rosenfeld, Gavriel D. The Fourth Reich: The Specter of Nazism from World War II to the Present. Cambridge, New York, Port Melbourne, New Delhi, Singapore: Cambridge University Press, 2019. Preface. Index.
The Routledge International Handbook of Islamophobia. Edited by Irene Zempi and Imran Awan. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, and New York: Routledge, 2019. Contents: Introduction, by Irene Zempi and Imran Awan, full text — Part 1: Conceptualising Islamophobia — 1. The debate over the utility and precision of the term ‘Islamophobia’, by Nathan Lean, full text — 2. Islamophobia as the racialization of Muslims, by Nasar Meer and Tariq Modood, full text — 3. Islamophobia as the Hidden Hand of Structural and Cultural Racism, by Tahir Abbas — 4. A multidimensional model of understanding Islamophobia, by Saied Reza Ameli and Arzu Merali — 5. Mapping and Mainstreaming Islamophobia: Between the illiberal and liberal, by Aurelien Mondon and Aaron Winter, full text — 6. The Psychology of hate crime offenders who target Muslims: who could be a hate crime offender? by Jane Prince — 7. ‘Your pain is my pain’: examining the community impacts of Islamophobic hate crimes, by Jenny L. Paterson, Mark A. Walters and Rupert Brown — Part 2: Patterns of Islamophobia through European lens — 8. A historical perspective: Secularism, ‘white backlash’ and Islamophobia in France, by Olivier Esteves — 9. Contemporary Islamophobia in France, by Timothy Peace — 10. The Gendered Dimension of Islamophobia in Belgium, by Amina Easat-Daas — 11. Islamophobia in Ireland: Challenges from Below? by James Carr — 12. The Racialised and Islamophobic Framing of the Rotherham and Rochdale Child Sexual Abuse Scandal, by Waqas Tufail — 13. Discrimination against Muslims in Scotland, by Stefano Bonino — 14. Islamophobia and the Muslim Student: Disciplining the Intellect, by Tania Saeed — 15. Islamophobia in UK universities, by Hareem Ghani and Ilyas Nagdee — 16. Islamophobia in Greece: The ‘Muslim threat’ and the panic about Islam, by Alexandros Sakellariou — 17. Islamophobia almost without Muslims: the case of Poland, by Konrad Pedziwiatr — 18. Islamophobia and the quest for European identity in Poland, by Katarzyna Górak-Sosnowska and Marta Pachocka — Part 3: Patterns of Islamophobia through global lens — 19. Islamophobia and the US Ideological Infrastructure of white supremacy, by Louise Cainkar — 20. Youth Activism and Post-9/11 Islamophobia: The ways interfaith activism is produced as a response to Islamophobia and the limits of religious multiculturalism, by Sunaina Maira — 21. Diasporas and dystopias on the beach: Burkini wars in France and Australia, by Shakira Hussein, Scheherazade Bloul and Scott Poynting — 22. Breaking the Peace: The Quebec City Terrorist Attack, by Barbara Perry — 23. Understanding Islamophobia in Southeast Asia, by Mohamed Nawab Mohamed Osman — 24. Islamophobia in US Schools, by Loukia Sarroub and Shabana Mir, full text — Part 4: Responding to Islamophobia — 25. Micro-level Management of Islamophobia: Negotiation, Deflection and Resistance, by Fatima Khan and Gabe Mythen — 26. Race, Racism, Islamophobia: Journalists’ perceptions and Muslim responses, by Amir Saeed — 27. Flying while Muslim: Should we be concerned about Islamophobia at the airport? by Leda Blackwood — 28. Far-Right Islamophobia: From ideology to ‘Mainstreamed’ Hate Crimes, by Matthew Feldman and Paul Stocker — 29. Islamophobia and the radical right in Europe: nostalgia or alternative utopia? by Aristotle Kallis — 30. Terrorism, Hate Speech and ‘Cumulative Extremism’ on Facebook: A case study, by Mark Littler and Kathy Kondor — 31. The Police Challenges in Responding to Islamophobic Hate Crime, by Paul Giannasi — 32. Governmental Responses to Islamophobia in the United Kingdom: a two decade retrospective, by Chris Allen. Chapter abstracts.
Soutphommasane, Tim. On Hate. Melbourne: Melbourne University Publishing, 2019
Stifled Progress – International Perspectives on Social Work and Social Policy in the Era of Right-Wing Populism. Edited by Jörg Fischer and Kerry Dunn. Leverkusen: Verlag Barbara Budrich, 2019. Contents: Social Work and Social Policy in the Era of Right-Wing Populism – an Introduction, by Kerry Dunn and Jörg Fischer, 7-14 — What Is Right-wing Populism, and why Is It Gaining Power? — Forms of Right-Wing Populism: The Example Alternative for Germany (AfD), by Alexander Häusler, 17-32 — German Right-Wing Extremism and Right-Wing Populism: Conceptual Foundations, by Samuel Salzborn, 33-40 — Democracy Under Stress: Right-wing Success at the German Parliamentary Elections: Socio-economic and Political-cultural Influences, by Christoph Richter and Matthias Quent, 41-58 — Globalization, Crisis, and Right-Wing Populism in Context, by Fabian Virchow, 59-70 — The Discreet Charm of Populism: The Role of Gender and Female Politicians in the AfD and Front National/Rassemblement National, by Birgit Meyer, 71-86 — Why Should Social Workers Be Concerned? — Social Work and Social Services in Polish Illiberal Democracy, by Tomasz Kazmierczak, 89-98 — Social Policy and Social Work under Pressure in Russia, by Olga Borodkina, 99-114 — Anti-feminist and Familyist Positions in Gender and Sexual Politics: Right-wing Populist Challenges for Social Work, by Christiane Leidinger and Heike Radvan, 115-132 — Right-wing Populism in Germany: Challenges for Social Work, by Kurt Möller, 133-146 — Social Work under Trump: Experiences from the USA, by Michael Reisch, 147-166 — What Can Social Workers Do to Move Forward? — Social Work in Germany: Civic Education and the Concept of ‘Bildung,’ by Julika Bürgin, 169-178 — Social Work in Post-Factual Times, by Kerry Dunn, 179-190 — Human Rights Based Social Work and New Right Populism, by Cheryl A. Hyde and Claire Galpern, 191-204 — Remaining Professional, Taking a Stance: Social Work Strategies for Countering the Influence of Right-Wing Populist Politics, by Barbara Schäuble, 205-218 — Conclusion: Right-Wing Populism as Continuing Challenge to Social Work, by Kerry Dunn and Jörg Fischer, 219-224. Chapter abstracts.
Thunder from the Right: Ezra Taft Benson in Mormonism and Politics. Edited by Matthew L. Harris. University of Illinois Press, 2019. Contents: Introduction Breaching the Wall: Ezra Taft Benson on Church and State, by Matthew L. Harris, pp. 1-20 – Part I: Politics and Cold War Anxieties – 1. Ezra Taft Benson and the Family Farm, by Brian Q. Cannon, pp. 23-52 – 2. Ezra Taft Benson Meets Nikita Khrushchev, 1959: Memory Embellished, by Gary James Bergera, pp. 53-67 – 3. From New Deal to New Right, by Robert A. Goldberg, pp. 68-96 – 4. Potomac Fever: Continuing Quest for the U.S. Presidency, by Newell G. Bringhurst, pp. 97-123 – 5. Martin Luther King, Civil Rights, and Perceptions of a “Communist Conspiracy,” by Matthew L. Harris, pp. 124-160 – Part II: Theology – 6. The Cold War and the Invention of Free Agency, by Matthew Bowman, pp. 163-181 – 7. Women and Gender, by Andrea G. Radke-Moss, pp. 182-211 – 8. LDS Church Presidency Years, 1985–1994, by J. B. Haws, pp. 212-242. Chapter abstracts and here.
Traverso, Enzo. The New Faces of Fascism: Populism and the Far Right. Translated from the French by David Broder. London and New York: Verso, 2019
DISSERTATIONS AND THESES
Badalich, Savannah. “Online Radicalization of White Women to Organized White Supremacy.” M.A., Columbia University, 2019. Full text.
Bernerstedt, Martin. “Unintentionally Helping the Radical Right?: A Study on the Swedish Established Parties’ Articulation on the Immigration Issue and the Electoral Support for the Swedish Radical Right.” Master’s thesis, Uppsala University, 2019. Full text.
Cogoni, Federica. “Populist Communication Strategies by Italian Leaders on Social Networks.” Master’s thesis, Tallinn University of Technology, 2019. Full text.
Ibaid, Taha. “The Waging of a Virtual War against Islam: An Assessment of How Post-9/11 War-themed Video Games Stereotype Muslims.” Master of Arts in Criminology, University of Ontario Institute of Technology, 2019. Full text.
LaMontagne, Tamara. “Psychosocial Differences in Far Right, Far Left, Islamic, and Single Issue Lone Extremists.” Ph.D., Walden University, 2019. Full text.
Lindquist, Tua. “Discursive Identity Construction in Populism: A Case Study on Fidesz and PiS.” Master’s Thesis, Uppsala University, 2019. On the Polish Law and Justice Party (Prawo i Sprawiedliwość, PiS) and the Hungarian Hungarian Civic Alliance (Magyar Polgári Szövetség, Fidesz). Full text.
ARTICLES IN JOURNALS AND COLLECTIONS
Ackerman, Gary A., and Michael Burnham. “Towards a Definition of Terrorist Ideology.” Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 22 Apr. 2019. Proposing a definition of terrorist ideology as “a violent adversarial ideology which explicitly permits the use of terrorism” based on proposed definitions of ideology, adversarial ideology, and terrorism. Abstract and funding.
Adamson, Göran. “Why Do Right-Wing Populist Parties Prosper? Twenty-One Suggestions to the Anti-Racist.” Society, First Online: 6 February 2019. Full text.
Allen, Chris. “The Football Lads Alliance and Democratic Football Lad’s Alliance: an insight into the dynamism and diversification of Britain’s counter-jihad movement.” Social Movement Studies, Published online: 14 Mar. 2019. Abstract.
Anievas, Alexander, and Richard Saull. “Reassessing the Cold War and the Far-Right: Fascist Legacies and the Making of the Liberal International Order after 1945.” International Studies Review, Published: 16 February 2019. Abstract.
Antonio, Robert J. “Reactionary Tribalism Redux: Right-Wing Populism and De-Democratization.” The Sociological Quarterly, Published online: 22 Apr. 2019. Abstract.
Antunes de Oliveira, Felipe. “The rise of the Latin American far-right explained: dependency theory meets uneven and combined development.” Globalizations, Published online: 22 Feb. 2019. Abstract.
Arora, Maneesh. “Immigrant Opposition in a Changing National Demographic.” Political Research Quarterly, First Published February 9, 2019. Abstract.
Askanius, Tina. “Studying the Nordic Resistance Movement: three urgent questions for researchers of contemporary neo-Nazis and their media practices.” Media, Culture & Society, First Published February 15, 2019. Abstract.
Ausserladscheider, Valentina. “Beyond economic insecurity and cultural backlash: Economic nationalism and the rise of the far right.” Sociology Compass, First published: 13 February 2019. Abstract.
Baldini, Gianfranco, and Matteo Fabio Nels Giglioli. “Italy 2018: The Perfect Populist Storm?” Parliamentary Affairs, Published: 30 January 2019. On the Lega and the Five-Star Movement. Abstract.
Bangstad, Sindre, Bjørn Enge Bertelsen, and Heiko Henkel (eds.). With Douglas Holmes, Don Kalb, Nitzan Shoshan, and Cathrine M. Thorleifsson. “The politics of affect: Perspectives on the rise of the far-right and right-wing populism in the West.” Focaal: Journal of Global and Historical Anthropology 83.1 (Spring 2019): 98–113. Based on the transcript of a roundtable on the rise of the far-right and right-wing populism held at the AAA Annual Meeting in 2017. Full text.
Batten, Hannah. “Rhetoric of the Far Right: A Rhetorical Analysis of Donald Trump and Viktor Orbán.” The Review: A Journal of Undergraduate Student Research (St. John Fisher College) 20 (2019): 1-11. Full text.
Berezin, Mabel. “Fascism and Populism: Are They Useful Categories for Comparative Sociological Analysis?” Annual Review of Sociology Vol. 45, Review in Advance first posted online on May 1, 2019. Abstract.
Berg, Heléne, Matz Dahlberg, and Kåre Vernby. “Post-WWI military disarmament and interwar fascism in Sweden.” Historical Methods: A Journal of Quantitative and Interdisciplinary History, Published online: 26 Jan. 2019. Abstract.
Bernhard, Laurent, and Hanspeter Kriesi. “Populism in election times: a comparative analysis of 11 countries in Western Europe.” West European Politics, Published online: 8 May 2019. Abstract.
Bettache, Karim, and Chi-Yue Chiu. “The Invisible Hand is an Ideology: Toward a Social Psychology of Neoliberalism.” Journal of Social Issues, First published: 14 February 2019. Abstract.
Bevensee, Emmi, and Alexander Reid Ross. “The Alt-Right and Global Information Warfare.” 2018 IEEE International Conference on Big Data (Big Data). Published online: 24 January 2019. Abstract and references.
Biard, Benjamin. “How do radical right populist parties influence resurging debates over the stripping of citizenship?” International Political Science Review, First Published January 22, 2019. Abstract.
Bland, Benjamin. “Holocaust inversion, anti-Zionism and British neo-fascism: the Israel–Palestine conflict and the extreme right in post-war Britain.” Patterns of Prejudice 53.1 (2019): 86-97. Abstract.
Bliuc, Ana-Maria, John Betts, Matteo Vergani, Muhammad Iqbal, and Kevin Dunn. “Collective identity changes in far-right online communities: The role of offline intergroup conflict.” New Media & Society, First Published March 3, 2019. An analysis of over 14 years of online communication between members of Stormfront Downunder, the Australian sub-forum of the global white supremacist community Stormfront.org. Abstract.
Blomberg, Helena, and Jonas Stier. “Flashback as a Rhetorical Online Battleground: Debating the (Dis)guise of the Nordic Resistance Movement.” Social Media + Society 5.1 (January-March 2019): 1-10. Full text.
Braghiroli, Stefano, and Vassilis Petsinis. “Between party-systems and identity-politics: the populist and radical right in Estonia and Latvia.” European Politics and Society, Published online: 4 Feb 2019. Full text.
Braune, Joan. “The Outsider as Insider: Steve Bannon, Fourth Turnings, and the Neo-Fascist Threat.” Spectres of Fascism. Edited by Stephen Collis and Samir Gandesha. London: Pluto Press, 2019, forthcoming. Full text.
Braune, Joan. “Void and Idol: A Critical Theory Analysis of the Neo-fascist ‘Alt-Right.'” Journal of Hate Studies 15 (2019). Full text.
Brubaker, Rogers. “Populism and nationalism.” Nations and Nationalism, First published: 29 April 2019. Abstract.
Bubolz, Bryan F., and Pete Simi. “The Problem of Overgeneralization: The Case of Mental Health Problems and U.S. Violent White Supremacists.” American Behavioral Scientist, First Published February 28, 2019. Abstract.
Budd, Brian. “The Populist Radical Right Goes Canadian: An Analysis of Kellie Leitch’s Failed 2016-2017 Conservative Party of Canada Leadership Campaign.” Populism and World Politics: Exploring Inter- and Transnational Dimensions. Edited by Frank A. Stengel, David B. MacDonald, and Dirk Nabers. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019. 137-163. Chapter abstract and references.
Burni Pereira Gomes, Aline. “Extreme right parties in Europe today: definition and electoral performance.” Revista Estudos Políticos 9.1 (2019): 124-141. Full text.
Burston, Adam, and France Winddance Twine. “White supremacy in the Trump era: University students and alt-right activism on college campuses.” The Intersections of Whiteness. Edited by Evangelia Kindinger and Mark Schmitt. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, and New York: Routledge, 2019. Chapter abstract.
Busher, Joel, Donald Holbrook, and Graham Macklin. “The internal brakes on violent escalation: a typology.” Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression 11.1 (2019): 3-25. Includes a case study of the British extreme right during the 1990s. Abstract.
Çakmak, Erdinç, and Laura Gorlero. “The PEGIDA movement and social conflict in Dresden, Germany. An investigation of the impacts of far-right populism on tourism in Europe.” Tourism and Hospitality in Conflict-Ridden Destinations. Edited by Rami K. Isaac, Erdinç Çakmak, and Richard Butler. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, and New York: Routledge, 2019. 153-167. Chapter abstract.
Caricati, Luca. “Evidence of decreased system justification among extreme conservatives in non-American samples.” The Journal of Social Psychology, Published online: 24 Jan. 2019. Abstract.
Caro, Isaac. “Islamophobia in the First Decades of the Twenty-first Century: Observations from Latin America’s Southern Cone.” Translated by Carlos Pérez. Latin American Perspectives, First Published February 15, 2019. Abstract.
CASIS Vancouver. “Yellow Vests, Right-Wing Extremism and the Threat to Canadian Democracy.” The Journal of Intelligence, Conflict, and Warfare 1.3 (2019). Full text.
Charalambous, Giorgos, and Panos Christoforou. “Far-Right Extremism and Populist Rhetoric: Greece and Cyprus during an Era of Crisis.” South European Society and Politics, Published online: 15 Jan. 2019. Abstract and funding.
Chaudhry, Irfan, and Anatoliy Gruzd. “Expressing and Challenging Racist Discourse on Facebook: How Social Media Weaken the ‘Spiral of Silence’ Theory.” Policy & Internet, First published: 7 January 2019. An analysis of 51,991 public comments posted to 119 news stories about race, racism, or ethnicity on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation News Facebook page. Abstract.
Cherney, Adrian, and Emma Belton. “Evaluating Case-Managed Approaches to Counter Radicalization and Violent Extremism: An Example of the Proactive Integrated Support Model (PRISM) Intervention.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Published online: 8 Mar 2019. Full text.
“Considering Conservative Women in the Gendering of Modern British Politics” [special issue]. Women’s History Review 28.2 (2019). Contents: Considering conservative women in the gendering of modern British politics, by Clarisse Berthezène and Julie V. Gottlieb, 189-193, full text; ‘Does the right hon. Gentleman mean equal votes at 21?’ Conservative women and equal franchise, 1919-1928, by Mari Takayanagi, 194-214, abstract; The Elusive Lady Apsley, by Madge Dresser, 215-235, abstract; Women in the organisation of the Conservative Party in Wales, 1945-1979, by Sam Blaxland, 236-256, abstract; Diana Spearman’s role within the post-war Conservative Party and in the ‘battle of ideas’ (1945-1965), by Stéphane Porion, 257-276, abstract; Housewives having a go: Margaret Thatcher, Mary Whitehouse and the appeal of the Right Wing Woman in late twentieth-century Britain, by Jessica Prestidge, 277-296, abstract; Free markets and feminism: the neo-liberal defence of the male breadwinner model in Britain, c. 1980-1997, by Ben Jackson, 297-316, abstract; From ‘I’m not a feminist, but?…?’ to ‘Call me an old-fashioned feminist?…?’: conservative women in parliament and feminism, 1979-2017, by David Swift, 317-336, abstract; The Iron Ladies revisited: Julie Gottlieb interview with journalist, writer and political activist Beatrix Campbell, by Julie V. Gottlieb and Beatrix Campbell, 337-349, abstract.
Costello, Matthew, James Hawdon, Colin Bernatzky, and Kelly Mendes. “Social Group Identity and Perceptions of Online Hate.” Sociological Inquiry, First published: 18 March 2019. Abstract.
D’Alimonte, Roberto. “How the Populists won in Italy.” Journal of Democracy 30.1 (January 2019): 114-127. On the nature of the Five Star Movement (M5S) and Lega (formerly the Northern League) and the reasons behind their electoral success. Full text.
Daly, Tom Gerald. “Democratic Decay: Conceptualising an Emerging Research Field.” Hague Journal on the Rule of Law, First Online: 19 February 2019. Abstract and references.
Damstra, Alyt, Laura Jacobs, Mark Boukes, and Rens Vliegenthart. “The impact of immigration news on anti-immigrant party support: unpacking agenda-setting and issue ownership effects over time.” Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, Published online: 22 Apr. 2019. Time-series analyses of the impact of immigration news on support for the Dutch Freedom Party (PVV), the Liberal Party (VVD), Labor Party (PvdA), and the Christian Democrats (CDA). Full text.
Dasgupta, Swapan. “India Under Modi: The Establishment Overreacts.” Journal of Democracy 30.1 (January 2019): 91-98. Abstract and first page.
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Jones, Hannah. “More in common: the domestication of misogynist white supremacy and the assassination of Jo Cox.” Ethnic and Racial Studies, Published online: 13 Feb. 2019. Abstract.
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“Mapping the Discursive Opportunities for Radical-Right Populist Politics across Eastern Europe” [special issue]. Problems of Post-Communism 66.1 (2019). Contents: Introduction: Special Issue: Mapping the Discursive Opportunities for Radical-Right Populist Politics across Eastern Europe, by Ov Cristian Norocel and Gabriella Szabó, 1-7, full text; Phoenix Populism Radical Right Parties’ Mobilization in Romania after 2015, by Sorina Soare and Claudiu D. Tufiş, 8-20, abstract and funding; Media Populism on the Example of Right-Wing Political Parties’ Communication in Slovenia, by Mojca Pajnik, 21-32, abstract and funding; Media Visibility and Inclusion of Radical Right Populism in Hungary and Romania: A Discursive Opportunity Approach, by Gabriella Szabó, Ov Cristian Norocel, and Márton Bene, 33-46, abstract and funding; Discursive Opportunities for the Estonian Populist Radical Right in a Digital Society, by Andres Kasekamp, Mari-Liis Madisson, and Louis Wierenga, 47-58, abstract; We Talk about the “Others” and You Listen Closely: The Extreme Right Communication on Social Media, by Alena Kluknavská and Matej Hruška, 59-70, abstract and funding; Polish Right-Wing Populism in the Era of Social Media: The Unexpected Careers of Paweł Kukiz and Janusz Korwin-Mikke, by Artur Lipiński and Agnieszka Stępińska, 71-82, abstract and funding.
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“The ‘other’ alternatives: Political right-wing alternative media” [special issue]. Journal of Alternative and Community Media 4.1 (2019). Contents: The ‘other’ alternatives: Political right-wing alternative media, by André Haller, Kristoffer Holt, and Renaud de La Brosse, 1-6 — Strange fruit: The rise of Brazil’s ‘new right-wing’ and the Non-Partisan School Movement, by Richard Romancini and Fernanda Castilho, 7-22 — User profiles for populist counter-media websites in Finland, by Elina Noppari, Ilmari Hiltunen, and Laura Ahva, 23-37 — Young, free and biased: A comparison of mainstream and right-wing media coverage of the 2015-16 refugee crisis in German newspapers, by Gerret von Nordheim, Henrik Müller, and Michael Scheppe, 38-56 — Framing the mass media: Exploring ‘fake news’ as a frame embedded in political discourse, by Jan R Riebling and Ina von der Wense, 57-76 — US alt-right media and the creation of the counter-collective memory, by Krzysztof Wasilewski, 77-91. Full text.
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Serwer, Adam. “White Nationalism’s Deep American Roots.” The Atlantic (April 2019). Mentions the American eugenics movement; Steve Bannon (Trump’s former campaign chief); Robert Bowers (the Tree of Life synagogue shooter); The Camp of the Saints (1973 dystopian French novel in which the “white world” is annihilated by mass immigration); The Case for Sterilization (book by Leon Whitney); Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882; Jim Crow; Joseph Arthur de Gobineau (French proponent of “race science”); Hermann Goering (commander in chief of the Nazi air force); Madison Grant (American proponent of “race science”); “the great replacement” (the theory of the replacement of Europeans by nonwhite immigrants and refugees); Adolf Hitler; Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965; Immigration Act of 1924; immigration restriction; the Immigration Restriction League; Laura Ingraham; Albert Johnson (a Republican congressman, nativist, and union buster); Steve King; Heinrich Krieger (Nazi racialist); David Lane (white supremacist and author of the “fourteen words” manifesto); Harry Laughlin (American eugenicist); literacy test on new immigrants; mongrelization; the “one-drop rule” (the rule which defined anyone with any trace of African blood as black); Henry Fairfield Osborn (American eugenicist); The Passing of the Great Race (Madison Grant’s book which spread the doctrine of race purity); race-mixing; “race science”; “race suicide” (doctrine that the exalted “Nordic” race that had founded America was in peril during the immigration scare of the early 20th century; rebranded today as “white genocide”); racial amalgamation; David Reed (Pennsylvania senator who sponsored the Immigration Act of 1924); The Rising Tide of Color Against White World-Supremacy (Lothrop Stoddard’s book which warned about the destruction of white society by invading dusky hordes); Edward A. Ross (American proponent of “race science” and coiner of the term “race suicide”); Richard Spencer (white nationalist); Lothrop Stoddard (one of Madison Grant’s disciples); Unite the White rally (the march in Charlottesville, Virginia, where neo-Nazis chanted “Jews will not replace us”); Francis Walker (American proponent of “race science”); “white genocide” (neo-Nazi conspiracy theory of white extinction under an onslaught of genetically or culturally inferior nonwhite interlopers); Leon Whitney (American eugenicist); and William Z. Ripley (American proponent of “race science”). Full text.
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Sivenbring, Jennie. “Signs of Concern about Islamic and Right-Wing Extremism on a Helpline against Radicalization.” The Journal for Deradicalization 18 (Spring 2019): 108-145. Full text.
Slootweg, Anne, Rogier van Reekum, and Willem Schinkel. “The raced constitution of Europe: The Eurobarometer and the statistical imagination of European racism.” European Journal of Cultural Studies 22.2 (2019): 144-163. On the Eurobarometer survey on the rise of racism in Europe as contributing to the coming-into-being of the very phenomenon it set out to explore. Full text.
Smith, Evan. “Don’t be afraid to call them Nazis: framing the far right.” Overland literary journal, 24.Jan. 2019. Mentions the alt-right in the United States; The Australia First Party (AFP) (Australian anti-Asian immigration, Islamophobic, and anti-Zionist far-right political organisation); the Australian National Socialist Party (ANSP) (overtly Nazi Australian group); the Australian Nationalist Movement (Perth-based anti-Asian breakaway group from National Action); the Australian Union of Fascists and National Socialists (Australian fascist group); Blood and Honour network; British National Party; British Union of Fascists (Oswald Mosley’s fascist group); the Centre Party (Australian fascist group); Combat 18; Blair Cottrell (pro-Hitler co-organiser of the St Kilda rally); the English Defence League; Neil Erikson (co-organiser of the St Kilda rally); the Front National in France; Golden Dawn in Greece; Pauline Hanson (One Nation leader); Adolf Hitler; Colin Jordan (leader of Britain’s National Socialist Movement); Ku Klux Klan (US); the Lads Society (Australian anti-Islamic group); National Action (Australian anti-Asian, pro-apartheid, and Holocaust-denying far right group of the 1980s-90s and successor organisation to the National Alliance via the Progressive Nationalist Party); the National Democratic Party in Germany; the National Front (Britain); the National Front of Australia (NFA) (Australian anti-immigration and pro-British imperialism group); the National Resistance (later National Alliance) (Australian radical nationalist group); the National Socialist movement in Germany; the National Socialist Party of Australia (NSPA); Nazi Germany; the New Guard (Australian fascist group); NSDAP; One Nation; Pegida; Reclaim Australia (Australian anti-Islamic group); George Lincoln Rockwell (American Nazi Party leader); St Kilda rally (anti-African migrant rally in St Kilda, 5 January 2019); Jim Saleam (NSPA and National Resistance member and current leader of the Australia First Party (AFP)); Squadron 88 (88 = HH = Heil Hitler) (Sydney-based antisemitic far right group); Strasserite/Third Positionist groups; the True Blue Crew (Australian anti-Islamic group); John Tyndall (British National Party leader); the United Patriots Front (Australian anti-Islamic group); Jack van Tongeren (leader of the Australian Nationalist Movement); and the World Union of National Socialists (group formed by George Lincoln Rockwell and Colin Jordan). Full text.
Smith, Tom W., and Benjamin Schapiro. “Antisemitism in Contemporary America.” American Jewish Year Book 2018. Arnold Dashefsky and Ira M. Sheskin, Editors. Cham: Springer, 2019. 113-161. Chapter abstract and references.
Sparke, Matthew, and Daniel Bessner. “Reaction, Resilience, and the Trumpist Behemoth: Environmental Risk Management from ‘Hoax’ to Technique of Domination.” Annals of the American Association of Geographers, Published online: 8 Feb. 2019. Abstract.
Squire, Megan. “Which way to the wheat field? Women of the radical right on Facebook.” Proceedings of the 52nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences 2019 (2019): 2244-2253. Full text.
Starrett, Gregory, and Joyce Dalsheim. “Time and the spectral other: Demonstrating against ‘Unite the Right 2.'” Anthropology Today 35.1 (February 2019): 7-11. Abstract.
Stevenson, Jonathan. “Right-wing Extremism and the Terrorist Threat.” Survival: Global Politics and Strategy 61.1 (2019): 233-244. Abstract.
Stockemer, Daniel. “What is right-wing populism and how does it manifest itself? An analysis of the French National Front’s Facebook posts and sympathizers’ Facebook comments.” French Politics, First Online 2 February 2019. Abstract, appendix, and references.
Strachan, John. “Wordsworth among the Fascists.” Essays in Criticism 69.1 (January 2019): 37-50. On Britishness as a fascist word of praise and the nationalistic spirit of the canon of English literature. Mentions Action (fascist journal); The Alternative (Mosley’s post-war manifesto); Charles Dillon Artis (Action contributor); John Beckett (editor of Action); Blackshirt (one of the British Union of Fascists’ house newspapers); the British Union of Fascists (BUF); Guy Chesham; Dudley Montayne Evans (a member of the British Union of Fascists); E. D. Hart (BUF stalwart who contributed to Action, Blackshirt, and Fascist Quarterly); Adolf Hitler; Jorian Jenks (fascist environmentalist); William Joyce (“Lord Haw Haw,” executed for his treasonous broadcasts from Nazi Germany); Sir Oswald Mosley; Ezra Pound; “J.V.R.” (a Blackshirt contributor; possibly Joseph Victor Anthony Ruston); Spring Comes Again (Jenks); Tomorrow We Live (Mosley); and Selwyn Watson (one of the BUF’s resident musical experts). Abstract.
Sullivan, Brandon A., Joshua D. Freilich, and Steven M. Chermak. “An Examination of the American Far Right’s Anti-Tax Financial Crimes.” Criminal Justice Review, First Published April 21, 2019. Abstract.
Tetrault, Justin Everett Cobain. “What’s hate got to do with it? Right-wing movements and the hate stereotype.” Current Sociology, First Published April 25, 2019. Abstract.
Thrasher, Michael, Matthew J. Goodwin, Colin Rallings, and Galina Borisyuk. “Mobilising the ‘People’s Army’ at the Grassroots: Examining Support for the UK Independence Party (UKIP) in English Local Elections.” Parliamentary Affairs 72.2 (April 2019): 312-330. Abstract.
Tubadji, Annie, and Peter Nijkamp. “Cultural attitudes, economic shocks and political radicalization.” The Annals of Regional Science, First Online: 12 April 2019. Abstract, JEL Classification, Appendix 1: Definition of variables, Appendix 2: Economic shocks, cultural predisposition and the growth of radicalization, Results, and References.
Umland, Andreas. “Irregular Militias and Radical Nationalism in Post-Euromaydan Ukraine: The Prehistory and Emergence of the ‘Azov’ Battalion in 2014.” Terrorism and Political Violence 31.1 (2019): 105-131. Abstract.
Usherwood, Simon. “Shooting the fox? UKIP’s populism in the post-Brexit era.” West European Politics, Published online: 26 Apr. 2019. Abstract.
van Eeden, Pepijn. “Discover, Instrumentalize, Monopolize: Fidesz’s Three-Step Blueprint for a Populist Take-over of Referendums.” East European Politics and Societies: and Cultures, First Published March 21, 2019. Abstract.
van Prooijen, Jan-Willem, and André P. M. Krouwel. “Psychological Features of Extreme Political Ideologies.” Current Directions in Psychological Science 28.2 (April 2019): 159-163. Full text and here.
Veilleux-Lepage, Yannick, and Emil Archambault. “Mapping Transnational Extremist Networks: An Exploratory Study of the Soldiers of Odin’s Facebook Network, Using Integrated Social Network Analysis.” Perspectives on Terrorism 13.2 (April 2019): 21-38. Full text and here.
Vezjak, Boris. “Radical Hate Speech: The Fascination with Hitler and Fascism on the Slovenian Webosphere.” Šolsko polje: Revija za teorijo in raziskave vzgoje in izobraževanja 29.5-6 (2018): 133-151. Full text.
von Beyme, Klaus. “Populism, Right-Wing Extremism and Neo-Nationalism.” New Authoritarianism: Challenges to Democracy in the 21st century. Jerzy J. Wiatr (ed.). Leverkusen: Verlag Barbara Budrich, 2019. 9-16. Chapter abstract.
Wahlström, Mattias, and Anton Törnberg. “Social Media Mechanisms for Right-Wing Political Violence in the 21st Century: Discursive Opportunities, Group Dynamics, and Co-Ordination.” Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 4 Apr 2019. Full text and here.
Walter, Aaron. “Islamophobia in Eastern Europe: Slovakia and the Politics of Hate.” Connections. A Journal for Historians and Area Specialists, 22 Feb. 2019. Full text.
Weinrib, Laura. “Against Intolerance: the Red Scare Roots of Legal Liberalism.” The Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, Published online: 3 January 2019. Abstract.
Wellman, David Joseph. “Trump, the Cross, and the Lynching Tree: White Christian Nationalism and the Future of American Political Identity.” Gender – Nation – Religion: Ein internationaler Vergleich von Akteursstrategien und Diskursverflechtungen. Edited by Maren Behrensen, Marianne Heimbach-Steins, and Linda E. Hennig. Frankfurt am Main: Campus Verlag, 2019. 81-
Wheatley, William, Joseph Robbins, Lance Y. Hunter, and Martha Humphries Ginn. “Terrorism’s effect on Europe’s centre- and far-right parties.” European Political Science, First Online: 27 April 2019. Testing the hypothesis that far-right parties are more likely to benefit from terrorist attacks than centre-right parties. Abstract, Appendix, and References.
White, Ethan Doyle. “Christianity, Islam, and the UK Independence Party: Religion and British Identity in the Discourse of Right-Wing Populists.” Journal of Church and State, Published: 28 January 2019. Abstract.
Winter, Aaron. “Online Hate: From the Far-Right to the ‘Alt-Right’ and from the Margins to the Mainstream.” Online Othering: Exploring Digital Violence and Discrimination on the Web. Edited by Karen Lumsden and Emily Harmer. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019. 39-63. Full text.
Wodak, Ruth. “Entering the ‘post-shame era’: the rise of illiberal democracy, populism and neo-authoritarianism in Europe.” Global Discourse: An interdisciplinary journal of current affairs 9.1 (January 2019): 195-213. Full text.
Wright, Matthew. “Identity and immigration: what we think we know, and why we might not actually know it.” Nations and Nationalism 25.2 (2019): 467-477. First page.
Zwiers, Maarten. “The Whistles of George Wallace: Gender and Emotions in the 1968 Presidential Campaign.” European journal of American studies 14-1 (Spring 2019). Full text.
CONFERENCE PAPERS, WORKING PAPERS, AND PREPRINTS
Allen, Chris, Arshad Isakjee, and Özlem Ögtem-Young. “Counter-Extremism, PREVENT and the Extreme Right Wing: Lessons Learned and Future Challenges.” Leicester Institute for Advanced Studies (LIAS) Working Paper 3 (2019). Full text.
Anelli, Massimo, Italo Colantone, and Piero Stanig. “We Were The Robots: Automation and Voting Behavior in Western Europe.” March 2019. Higher exposure to robot adoption as increasing support for nationalist and radical-right parties, both at the regional and individual level. Full text.
Besley, Tim, and Torsten Persson. “The Rise of Identity Politics.” March 29, 2019. Full text.
Biard, Benjamin. “Radical right populist parties and the crisis of representative democracy: a paradoxical fate?” “Democracy in crisis” Conference, Athens, 30 Jan. 2019-1 Feb. 2019. Abstract.
Birchal Domingues, Letícia. “The Right Wing in the Brazilian 2013 Cycle of Protests.” Presented at the Inaugural Conference on Right-Wing Studies, Berkeley Center for Right-Wing Studies, University of California. Berkeley, CA, April 25-27, 2019. Full text.
Bliuc, Ana-Maria, John Betts, Matteo Vergani, Muhammad Iqbal, and Kevin Dunn. “Collective Identity Changes in Far-right Online Communities: The Role of Offline Intergroup Conflict.” PsyArXiv, 29 Jan. 2019. Full text.
Bonikowski, Bart, Yuval Feinstein, and Sean Bock. “The Polarization of Nationalist Cleavages and the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election.” UCR Political Economy Seminar, Riverside, CA, April 10, 2019. Full text.
Chuang, Yaoli, and Maria R. D’Orsogna. “Mathematical Models of Radicalization and Terrorism.” arXiv:1903.08485, Mar. 2019. Full text.
Dennison, James, and Mariana Mendes. “When do populist radical right parties succeed? Salience, stigma, and the case of the end of Iberian ‘exceptionalism.'” Badia Fiesolana: Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, Migration Policy Centre, European University Institute, 2019. EUI Working Paper RSCAS 2019/26. Full text.
Doerr, Sebastian, Stefan Gissler, José-Luis Peydró, and Hans-Joachim Voth. “From Finance to Fascism: The Real Effect of Germany’s 1931 Banking Crisis.” Economic Working Paper Series, Working Paper No. 1651. Updated version: March 2019. Full text.
Ennser-Jedenastik, Laurenz, and Monika Köppl-Turyna. “Cushion or catalyst? How welfare state generosity moderates the impact of economic vulnerability on populist radical right support.” Wien: Agenda Austria, 2019. Agenda Austria Working Paper, No. 16. Full text.
Filip, Alexandru. “Nuancing the Voter Landscape: Radical right and radical left constituencies in Europe.” Dahrendorf Forum IV. Working Paper No. 08, 25 February 2019. Full text.
Fog, Agner. “Evolutionary theories of authoritarianism. A test and comparison of alternative theories.” March 2019. Full text.
Gessler, Theresa, Gergő Tóth, and Johannes Wachs. “No country for asylum seekers? How short-term exposure to refugees influences attitudes and voting behavior in Hungary.” January 2019. Full text.
Gidron, Noam, and Jonathan J.B. Mijs. “Do changes in material circumstances drive support for populist radical parties? Panel data evidence from The Netherlands during the Great Recession, 2007-2015.” SocArXiv, April 16, 2019. Full text and here.
Glencross, Andrew. “‘Love Europe, Hate the EU’: A genealogical inquiry into populists’ spatiocultural critique of the EU and its consequences.” 2019. Full text.
Godefroidt, Amélie, Fade Eadeh, and Jais Adam-Trojan. “Threat Ownership Theory (TOT): Towards a greater understanding of the dynamic link between threat and political attitudes. Pre-Analysis Plan.” January 11, 2019. Full text.
Gornishka, Iva, Stevan Rudinac, and Marcel Worring. “Interactive Search and Exploration in Online Discussion Forums Using Multimodal Embeddings.” arXiv, 7 May 2019. A demonstration of the capabilities of ISOLDE, a novel multimodal analytics system for exploring large collections of social multimedia users, by using two different datasets, one of which consists of around 2 million posts from Stormfront, a white nationalist, white supremacist, antisemitic neo-Nazi Internet forum. Full text.
Gorrell, Genevieve, Mehmet E. Bakir, Ian Roberts, Mark A. Greenwood, Benedetta Iavarone, and Kalina Bontcheva. “Partisanship, Propaganda and Post-Truth Politics: Quantifying Impact in Online Debate.” arXiv, 5 Feb. 2019. Full text.
Graef, Josefin. “Populists as Strangers: How the ‘politics of the extraordinary’ challenges representative democracy in Europe.” Dahrendorf Forum IV, Working Paper No. 09, 27 March 2019. Full text.
Handler, Heinz. “European Identity and Identitarians in Europe.” Policy Crossover Center: Vienna-europe. Flash Paper No. 1/2019. Full text.
Klein, Brent R, Jeff Gruenenwald, Steven M Chermak, and Joshua D Freilich. “A Mixed Method Examination of Law Enforcement Investigatory Strategies used in Jihadi and Far-right Foiled Terrorist Plots before and after 9/11.” Journal of Qualitative Criminal Justice & Criminology, forthcoming, 2019. Full text.
Kurecic, Petar, and Petra Kuhar. “The Rhetoric on Illegal Migration of Centre-right Parties and Right-wing Populist Parties in ‘Old’ and ‘New’ EU Member States: A Content Analysis of Leaders’ Speeches.” Data Value Chains in Science & Territories 2019 International Conference, Paris, France. Full text.
Lönnqvist, Jan-Erik, Ville-Juhani Ilmarinen, and Florencia M. Sortheix. “Polarization in the wake of the European refugee crisis – a longitudinal study of the Finnish political elite’s attitudes towards refugees and the environment.” PsyArXiv, 2 Apr. 2019. Full text.
Lowndes, Joseph. “Remarks presented as part of the Opening Keynote Panel:’Perspectives on the Far-Right Insurgency: Latin America, Europe, and the U.S.'” Inaugural Conference on Right-Wing Studies, Berkeley Center for Right-Wing Studies. Berkeley, CA, April 25-27, 2019. Full text.
Rheindorf, Markus, and Ruth Wodak. “‘Austria First’ Revisited: A diachronic cross-sectional analysis of the gender and body politics of the extreme right.” Patterns of Prejudice, forthcoming, 2019. Full text.
Rosenthal, Lawrence. “The Nationalist International.” Convening Remarks, The Inaugural Conference on Right-Wing Studies, The Berkeley Center for Right-Wing Studies, University of California, April 25, 2019. Full text.
Schumann, Sandy, Diana Boer, Katja Hanke, and James Liu. “Social Media Use and Support for Populist Radical Right Parties: Assessing Exposure and Selection Effects in a Two-wave Panel Study.” PsyArXiv, 3 Apr. 2019. Full text. Data for download.
Stankov, Nemanja, and Slaven Živković. “The effect of religiosity: Comparison of voting for radical right-wing parties in Western and Eastern Europe.” 2019. Full text.
Tate, Tim. “Treason, Treachery and Pro-Nazi Activities by the British Ruling Classes During World War Two.” Presented at the Inaugural Conference on Right-Wing Studies, Berkeley Center for Right-Wing Studies, University of California. Berkeley, CA, April 25-27, 2019. Full text.
Wright, Joshua D., Irene Cheung, and Victoria M. Esses. “Is Support for Confederate Symbols Motivated by Southern Pride or Racism? Further Distinctions Between ‘Traditionalists’ and ‘Supremacists.'” PsyArXiv. April 21, 2019. Full text.
Zhang, Chenchen. “Right-wing populist discourse on Chinese social media: Identity, otherness, and global imaginaries.” Bruxelles: Centre d’étude de la vie politique (CEVIPOL), 2019. Cahiers du CEVIPOL, Brussels Working Papers, 3/2019. Full text.
All Party Parliamentary Group on Hate Crime. How Can We Build Community Cohesion When Hate Crime Is on the Rise? 2019. Full text.
Allchorn, William, and Matthew Feldman. The (Democratic) Football Lads Alliance: A Far Right Antechamber? London: Faith Matters, 2019. Full text.
Audit of Anti-Semitic Incidents: Year in Review 2018. New York: Center on Extremism, Anti-Defamation League, 2019. Full text.
Beirich, Heidi. “The Year in Hate: Rage Against Change.” Intelligence Report (Southern Poverty Law Center), February 20, 2019. Full text.
Busher, Joel, Donald Holbrook, and Graham Macklin. The Internal Brakes on Violent Escalation: A Descriptive Typology. Lancaster: The Centre for Research and Evidence on Security Threats (CREST), February 2019. Full text.
Byman, Daniel. “Terrorism and the threat to democracy.” Democracy & Disorder Project (Brookings Institution), February 2019. Full text.
Cherkaoui, Tarek, and Khalil Dewan. War on Terror 2.0: The Rise of White Supremacy Terrorism. İstanbul: TRT World Research Centre, March 2019. Full text.
Evans, Jocelyn, Paul Norman, Myles Gould, Nicholas Hood, Gilles Ivaldi, Jérôme Dutozia, Kai Arzheimer, Carl Berning, Wouter Van Der Brug, Sarah de Lange, et al. Sub-national context and radical right support in Europe: Policy Brief. [Research Report] University of Nice – Sophia Antipolis, France. 2019. Full text.
Faith Matters. “Generation Identity: Creating Racial & ‘Cultural’ Lines of Division in Europe.” April 8, 2019. Full text.
Kursani, Shpend. “Literature Review 2017-2018: Violent Extremism in the Western Balkans.” Policy Report, Extremism Research Forum. London: British Council, February 2019. Full text.
The Network Contagion Research Institute and ADL’s Center on Extremism. “Gab and 8chan: Home to Terrorist Plots Hiding in Plain Sight.” ADL Report, April 10, 2019. Full text.
Pitcavage, Mark. Murder and Extremism in the United States in 2018. New York: Center on Extremism, Anti-Defamation League, 2019. Full text.
“Rebel Media: A Platform Promoting Division, White Nationalism and Fear Mongering.” Faith Matters, March 4, 2019. Full text.
Selection of Islamophobic events (for 2017-2018) monitored in the “Brown Book” monitoring by the “NEVER AGAIN” Association. Warszawa: Stowarzyszenie ‘NIGDY WIECEJ’ – ‘NEVER AGAIN’ Association, 2019. Full text.
State of Hate 2019: People vs The Elite? Editor: Nick Lowles. London: HOPE not hate Ltd, 2019. Full text.
“White Supremacists Step Up Off-Campus Propaganda Efforts in 2018.” ADL Center on Extremism, March 6, 2019. Full text.
Mazerolle, Lorraine, Adrian Cherney, Elizabeth Eggins, Angela Higginson, Lorelei Hine, and Emma Belton. “Police programs that seek to increase community connectedness for reducing violent extremism behaviour, attitudes, and beliefs.” Campbell Collaboration, 5 March 2019. Title registration and here.
CONFERENCE PROGRAMMES AND ABSTRACTS
First Annual Far Right and Antifascism Conference. University of Virginia, April 27, 2019. Schedule.
The Inaugural Conference on Right-Wing Studies, Berkeley Center for Right-Wing Studies, University of California. Berkeley, CA, April 25-27, 2019. Conference agenda.
¡No Pasaran! – Confronting the Rise of the Far-Right. European Conference. 2 March 2019, Bloomsbury Central, 235 Shaftesbury Ave, London. Call for Participation.
LEGISLATION AND PROPOSED LEGISLATION
Domestic Terrorism Prevention Act. S. 894, 116th Congress, 1st Session. Full text.
Williams, Margot, and Trevor Aaronson. “How Individual States Have Criminalized Terrorism.” The Intercept, March 23, 2019. Anti-terrorism laws in the 50 states and the District of Columbia. Part of the series “The Threat Within.” Full text.
Aziz, Omer. “America Through the Eyes of the Nazis.” Review of Hitler’s American Model: The United States and the Making of Nazi Race Law, by James Q. Whitman. Dissent 66.1 (Winter 2019): 128-132. Abstract and first page.
Baird, Vanessa. “Mixed media: books.” Review of, among other books, The New Faces of Fascism: Populism and the Far Right, by Enzo Traverso, translated from French by David Broder. New Internationalist, 11 April 2019. Full text.
Bale, Jeffrey M. “From white power to the preservation of national cultures?” Reviews of Ryan Shaffer, Music, Youth and International Links in Post-War British Fascism: The Transformation of Extremism and Benjamin R. Teitelbaum, Lions of the North: Sounds of the New Radical Nordic Nationalism. Patterns of Prejudice, Published online: 11 Jan. 2019. First page.
Batory, Agnes. [Review of] Nordic Nationalism and Right-Wing Populist Politics: Imperial Relationships and National Sentiments, by Eirikur Bergmann. Democratization, Published online: 20 Feb. 2019.
Baykan, Toygar Sinan. “Book Review: Absorbing the Blow: Populist Parties and their Impact on Parties and Party Systems edited by Steven Wolinetz and Andrej Zaslove.” LSE Review of Books blog, January 30, 2019. Full text and here.
Beauchamp, Zack. “The new reactionaries. Two new books reveal the coalition of far-right nationalists and anti-PC warriors who define the modern political right.” Reviews of Yoram Hazony’s The Virtue of Nationalism and Eric Kaufmann’s Whiteshift. Vox, Feb. 26, 2019. Full text.
Beck, Hermann. [Review of] Conservative Parties and the Birth of Democracy, by Daniel Ziblatt. The Journal of Modern History 91.1 (March 2019): 158-160. First page.
Becker, Jordan. [Review of] Absorbing the blow: populist parties and their impact on parties and party systems, edited by Steven Wolinetz and Andrej Zaslove. International Affairs 95.3 (May 2019): 718-719. Abstract.
Blackwell, Sean. [Review of] Mark Hamm and Ramon Spaaij, The Age of Lone Wolf Terrorism. Crime, Media, Culture: An International Journal, First Published March 18, 2019. First page.
Bookbinder, Paul. [Review of] The Making of a Nazi: Becoming Hitler, by Thomas Weber. European History Quarterly 49.2 (April 2019): 356-357. Second page.
Brackman, Harold. “The Jews Who Fought Hitler in Hollywood.” Reviews of Laura B. Rosenzweig’s Hollywood’s Spies (2017) and Steven J. Ross’ Hitler in Los Angeles (2017). Algemeiner.com, April 1, 2019. Full text.
Browning, Christopher R. “The Fake Threat of Jewish Communism.” Review of A Specter Haunting Europe: The Myth of Judeo-Bolshevism, by Paul Hanebrink. The New York Review of Books 66.3 (February 21, 2019). Excerpt.
Bunker, Kenneth. [Review of] Cultural backlash: Trump, Brexit, and authoritarian populism, by Pippa Norris and Ronald Inglehart. Democratization, Published online: 2 Apr. 2019.
Burley, Shane. “The Black Wave: A Review of ‘Tomorrow Belongs to Us.'” Review of Nigel Copsey and Matthew Worley (Eds.), Tomorrow Belongs to Us: The British Far Right since 1967. Medium, Apr. 6, 2019. Full text.
Cannon, Barry. [Review of] From Fascism to Populism in History, by Federico Finchelstein. Bulletin of Latin American Research 38.2 (April 2019): 256-257
Cazorla-Sánchez, Antonio. [Review of] Arnd Bauerkämper and Grzegorz Rossoliński-Liebe, editors, Fascism without Borders: Transnational Connections and Cooperation between Movements and Regimes in Europe from 1918 to 1945. The American Historical Review 124.1 (February 2019): 328-329. Abstract.
Chappel, James. “Europe’s Ghosts: The bloody history of a myth.” Review of A Specter Haunting Europe: The Myth of Judeo-Bolshevism, by Paul Hanebrink. The Nation, March 21, 2019. Full text.
Clark, Roland. [Review of] Music, Youth and International Links in Post-War British Fascism: The Transformation of Extremism, by Ryan Shaffer. The Journal of the History of Childhood and Youth 12.2 (Spring 2019): 317-318. Excerpt and first page.
Crespino, Joseph. “‘Freedom’s Detective’ Review: The First War on Terror.” Review of Freedom’s Detective: The Secret Service, the Ku Klux Klan and the Man Who Masterminded America’s First War on Terror, by Charles Lane. Wall Street Journal, April 14, 2019. Excerpt.
Crick, Nathan. “The Rhetoric of Fascism: Or, This Is the Way the World Ends.” Reviews of Fascism: The Career of a Concept, by Paul E. Gottfried; Fascism: A Warning, by Madeleine Albright; How Democracies Die, by Steven Levitsky and Daniel Ziblatt; How Fascism Works: The Politics of Us and Them, by Jason Stanley. Rhetoric Society Quarterly, Published online: 25 Mar. 2019. First page.
de Candia, Margherita. [Review of] Federico Finchelstein, From Fascism to Populism in History. e-Extreme 20.1 (January 2019): 17-18. Full text.
Deckman, Melissa. [Review of] Raised Right: Fatherhood in Modern American Conservatism, by Jeffrey R. Dudas. Perspectives on Politics 17.1 (March 2019): 201-202. First page.
Dubnov, Arie M. [Review of] Jabotinsky’s Children: Polish Jews and the Rise of Right-Wing Zionism, by Daniel Kupfert Heller. The American Historical Review 124.2 (April 2019): 776-777. Abstract.
Dudas, Jeffrey R. [Review of] Tea Party Women: Mama Grizzlies, Grassroots Leaders, and the Changing Face of the American Right, by Melissa Deckman. Perspectives on Politics 17.1 (March 2019): 203-205.
Eaglestone, Robert. [Review of] The Fourth Reich: The Specter of Nazism from World War II to the Present, by Gavriel D. Rosenfeld. Times Higher Education (THE), February 28 2019
Ebner, Michael. [Review of] Mussolini and Hitler: The Forging of the Fascist Alliance, by Christian Goeschel. German History, First Published: 29 March 2019. Abstract.
Eick, Gianna Maria. [Review of] The European Mainstream and the Populist Radical Right, edited by Pontus Odmalm and Eve Hepburn. Political Studies Review, First Published May 3, 2019
Ferree, Myra Marx. [Review of] Andrew R. Lewis, The Rights Turn in Conservative Christian Politics: How Abortion Transformed the Culture Wars. Political Studies Review, First Published April 15, 2019
Finkelstein, Daniel. “Review: Antisemitism: Here and Now by Deborah Lipstadt — Jeremy Corbyn isn’t an antisemite but . . .” The Times, January 25 2019. Excerpt.
Ford, Robert. “Raising the white flag.” Review article on Eric Kaufmann, Whiteshift: Populism, Immigration and the Future of White Majorities. Ethnicities, First Published April 15, 2019. First page.
Gabel, Matthew J. [Review of] Brexit: Why Britain Voted to Leave the European Union. By Harold D. Clarke, Matthew Goodwin, and Paul Whiteley. Perspectives on Politics 17.1 (March 2019): 279-281. First page. Third page.
George, Cherian. [Review of] Fanaticism, Racism, and Rage Online: Corrupting the Digital Sphere, by Adam Klein. European Journal of Communication 34.2 (April 2019): 211-213. First page.
Goldberg, Robert A. [Review of] Ku Klux Kulture: America and the Klan in the 1920s, by Felix Harcourt. Journal of American History 105.4 (March 2019): 1063. Abstract.
Goudsouzian, Aram. “The Secret Service chief who embodied the best and worst of Reconstruction.” On Hiram Whitley. Review of Freedom’s Detective: The Secret Service, the Ku Klux Klan and the Man Who Masterminded America’s First War on Terror, by Charles Lane. The Washington Post, April 12, 2019. Full text.
Guerra, Simona. [Review of] Filippo Tronconi (ed.), Beppe Grillo’s Five Star Movement. Organisation, Communication and Ideology. Party Politics 25.3 (May 2019): 478-479
Hagen, Joshua. [Review of] Michael Tymkiw, Nazi Exhibition Design and Modernism. European History Quarterly 49.1 (January 2019): 170-172. First page.
Hollander, Paul. “The One Way Street: Misunderstanding Fascism.” Review of How Fascism Works: The Politics of Us and Them, by Jason Stanley. Academic Questions, First Online: 4 April 2019. Abstract.
Huber, Robert A. [Review of] Absorbing the Blow: Populist Parties and Their Impact on Parties and Party Systems, edited by S. B. Wolinetz and A. Zaslove. JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 57.1 (January 2019): 178-179. Full text.
Hunger, Sophia. [Review of] Koen Vossen, The Power of Populism: Geert Wilders and the Party for Freedom in the Netherlands. e-Extreme 20.1 (January 2019): 19-21. Full text.
Janes, Dominic. [Review of] Playboys and Mayfair Men: Crime, Class, Masculinity, and Fascism in 1930s London, by Angus McLaren. The American Historical Review 124.2 (April 2019): 744-745. Abstract.
Johnston, Ron. [Review of] Brexit: Why Britain Voted to Leave the European Union, by Harold D. Clarke, Matthew Goodwin and Paul Whiteley. Political Studies Review, First Published April 19, 2019. First page.
Larsen, Erik Gahner. [Review of] The Populist Radical Right: A Reader by C Mudde (ed.). Political Studies Review, First Published May 2, 2019
Laurie, Bruce. [Review of] Democracy in Chains: The Deep History of the Radical Right’s Stealth Plan for America, by Nancy MacLean. The American Historical Review 124.2 (April 2019): 694-695. Abstract.
Lay, Shawn. [Review of] Ku Klux Kulture: America and the Klan in the 1920s, by Felix Harcourt. The American Historical Review 124.2 (April 2019): 689-690. Abstract.
Lebovic, Matt. “‘Siren call’ of a Fourth Reich is spreading, warns Nazi Germany expert.” Review of The Fourth Reich: The Specter of Nazism from World War II to the Present, by Gavriel D. Rosenfeld. The Times of Israel, 3 May 2019. Full text.
Legvold, Robert. [Review of] A Specter Haunting Europe: The Myth of Judeo-Bolshevism, by Paul Hanebrink. Foreign Affairs (January/February 2019). Full text.
Logan, Oliver. [Review of] The Rosary, the Republic, and the Right: Spain and the Vatican Hierarchy, 1931-1939, by Karl J. Trybus. European History Quarterly 49.2 (April 2019): 352-354. First page.
McDonough, Terry. [Review of] John Richardson, British Fascism: A Discourse-Historical Analysis. Discourse & Society, First Published January 1, 2019. First page.
Mcglynn, Sean. “Marine Le Pen—somewhere between George Orwell and Michel Houellebecq.” Review of Inside the Mind of Marine Le Pen, by Michel Eltchaninoff. Translated by James Ferguson. The Political Quarterly, First published: 3 April 2019.
Mintz, Luke. “The neo-Nazi who turned double agent to stop the murder of a British MP.” Review of Matthew Collins with Robbie Mullen, Nazi Terrorist: The Story of National Action. The Telegraph, 5 May 2019. Excerpt.
Mirowski, Philip. “The Eighteenth Brumaire of James Buchanan: Review of Nancy MacLean, Democracy in Chains.” boundary 2 46.1 (2019): 197-219. Abstract.
Morson, Gary Saul. “Lenin and Maimonides.” Review of A Specter Haunting Europe: The Myth of Judeo-Bolshevism, by Paul Hanebrink. Jewish Review of Books (Winter 2019). Full text.
Mulloy, D. J. [Review of] Radicalism and Music: An Introduction to the Music Cultures of al-Qa’ida, Racist Skinheads, Christian-affiliated Radicals, and Eco-animal Rights Militants, by Jonathan Pieslak. Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 28 Mar 2019.
“The Myth of Judeo-Bolshevism, and the Realities of Jewish Bolsheviks.” Review of A Specter Haunting Europe: The Myth of Judeo-Bolshevism, by Paul Hanebrink. Mosaic, Jan. 14, 2019. Full text.
Och, Malliga. [Review of] Karen Celis and Sarah Childs (eds.), Gender, Conservatism and Political Representation. Party Politics 25.2 (March 2019): 284-285.
Peterson, David J. [Review of] Monika Kopytowska (ed.), Contemporary Discourses of Hate and Radicalism across Space and Genres. Language in Society 48.2 (April 2019): 325-326. First page.
Pine, Lisa. [Review of] The Law of Blood: Thinking and Acting as a Nazi, by Johann Chapoutot. Translated by Miranda Richmond Mouillot. The Journal of Modern History 91.2 (June 2019): 476-478. First page. Third page.
Pope, Paul James. [Review of] Making Sense of the Alt-Right, by George Hawley. Political Science Quarterly 133.4 (Winter 2018-19): 786-787. Excerpt.
Puleo, Leonardo. [Review of] Radical Right-Wing Populist Parties in Western Europe: Into the Mainstream? Edited by Tjitske Akkerman, Sarah L. de Lange, and Matthijs Rooduijn. e-Extreme 20.1 (January 2019): 14-16. Full text.
Roessler, Frieder. “Democracy, Redistribution and the WTO: A Comment on Quinn Slobodian’s book Globalists: The End of Empire and the Birth of Neoliberalism Harvard University Press, 2018.” World Trade Review, Published online: 4 April 2019. First page.
Ryan, Liam. [Review of] Edmund Burke and the Invention of Modern Conservatism, 1830–1914: An Intellectual History, by Emily Jones. Twentieth Century British History 30.1 (March 2019): 136-139. Abstract.
Sarnou, Dallel. [Review of] Monika Kopytowska (ed.), Contemporary Discourses of Hate and Radicalism across Space and Genres. Journal of Language and Politics, Available online: 4 February 2019. Abstract.
Schaub, Michael. “In ‘Freedom’s Detective,’ A Flawed But Remarkable Hiram Whitley Infiltrates The KKK.” Review of Freedom’s Detective: The Secret Service, the Ku Klux Klan and the Man Who Masterminded America’s First War on Terror, by Charles Lane. NPR, April 11, 2019. Full text.
Seigel, Micol. [Review of] Kathleen Belew, Bring the War Home: The White Power Movement and Paramilitary America. The American Historical Review 124.1 (February 2019): 196-198. Abstract.
Shaffer, Ryan. “New Perspectives on Fascism and the Radical Right.” Reviews of The “New Man” in Radical Right Ideology and Practice, 1919-45, edited by Jorge Dagnino, Matthew Feldman, and Paul Stocker; Fascism without Borders: Transnational Connections and Cooperation between Movements and Regimes in Europe from 1918 to 1945, edited by Arnd Bauerkämper and Grzegorz Rossolinski-Liebe; Hollywood’s Spies: The Undercover Surveillance of Nazis in Los Angeles, by Laura B. Rosenzweig; Bring the War Home: The White Power Movement and Paramilitary America, by Kathleen Belew; and The Paradox of Ukrainian Lviv: A Borderland City between Stalinists, Nazis, and Nationalists, by Tarik Cyril Amar. Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 1 May 2019. First page.
Shaffer, Ryan. [Review of] Holy Legionary Youth: Fascist Activism in Interwar Romania, by Roland Clark. Terrorism and Political Violence 31.2 (2019): 421-423. First page.
Sheehan, James J. “From Trotsky to Soros.” Review of A Specter Haunting Europe: The Myth of Judeo-Bolshevism, by Paul Hanebrink. Commonweal Magazine 146.5 (March 8, 2019). Full text.
Shorten, Richard. [Review of] The Rise of the Alt-Right, by Thomas J. Main. Perspectives on Politics 17.1 (March 2019): 243-245. First page.
Stibbe, Matthew. [Review of] Shelley Baranowski, Armin Nolzen and Claus-Christian W. Szejnmann, eds, A Companion to Nazi Germany. European History Quarterly 49.1 (January 2019): 108-110. First page.
Strebel, Michael A. [Review of] Close to Home: Local Ties and Voting Radical Right in Europe, by Jennifer Fitzgerald. Swiss Political Science Review, First published: 31 January 2019. First page.
Subacchi, Paola. [Review of] The populist temptation: economic grievance and political reaction in the modern era, by Barry Eichengreen. International Affairs 95.3 (May 2019): 726-727. Abstract.
Sullivan, Daniel. “Book review: Critical Theory and Authoritarian Populism, edited by Jeremiah Morelock.” tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique 17.1 (2019): 101-110. Full text.
Taranto, Stacie. [Review of] Elizabeth Gillespie McRae, Mothers of Massive Resistance: White Women and the Politics of White Supremacy. The American Historical Review 124.1 (February 2019): 289-290. Abstract.
Tensley, Brandon. “Never Past: On ‘The Fourth Reich: The Specter of Nazism from World War II to the Present.'” Review of The Fourth Reich: The Specter of Nazism from World War II to the Present, by Gavriel D. Rosenfeld. Los Angeles Review of Books, April 2, 2019. Full text.
Trilling, Daniel. “‘I’m not racist, but …'” Reviews of Whiteshift: Populism, Immigration and the Future of White Majorities, by Eric Kaufman, and National Populism: The Revolt against Liberal Democracy, by Roger Eatwell and Matthew Goodwin. London Review of Books 41.8 (18 April 2019): 19-22. Full text.
Usherwood, Simon. [Review of] Brexit and British Politics, by Geoffrey Evans and Anand Menon. Political Studies Review, First Published April 26, 2019
Valencia-García, Louie Dean. “Locating Dictatorship in the Anthropocene: Historiographic Trends in the History of Science and Technology and the Study of European Authoritarianism.” Review article on four books, including Tiago Saraiva, Fascist Pigs: Technoscientific Organisms and the History of Fascism. Contemporary European History 28.1 (February 2019): 120-130. Full text.
Waite, Mike. “When ‘extremists’ come to your city … ” Review of William Allchorn, Anti-Islamic Protest in the UK: policy responses to the far-right. Process North (January 2019). Full text.
Williams, Katherine. “Book Review | Gender and the Radical and Extreme Right: Mechanisms of Transmission and the Role of Educational Interventions edited by Cynthia Miller-Idriss and Hilary Pilkington.” Democratic Audit UK, 11 May 2019. Full text.
Wood, Amy Louise. [Review of] Blood and Faith: Christianity in American White Nationalism, by Damon T. Berry. Journal of American History 105.4 (March 2019): 1070-1071. Abstract.
Worley, Matthew. [Review of] Colin Jordan and Britain’s Neo-Nazi Movement: Hitler’s Echo, by Paul Jackson. Twentieth Century British History 30.1 (March 2019): 141-142. Abstract.
Zúquete, José Pedro. [Review of] Nadia Marzouki, Duncan McDonnell, and Olivier Roy (eds), Saving the People: How Populists Hijack Religion. Party Politics, First Published April 9, 2019
Bacon, Redmond. “Skin (2018) Review | Berlinale 2019.” Cultured Vultures, February 12, 2019. A review of Skin, directed by Guy Nattiv. Full text.
Harvey, Dennis. “Sundance Film Review: ‘Stieg Larsson: The Man Who Played With Fire.'” Variety, February 8, 2019. Full text.
“Israel and ‘Leaving Extremism’ in annual German film fest.” J. – The Jewish News of Northern California, March 5, 2019. In part, on “Exit: Leaving Extremism Behind,” directed by Karen Winther. Full text.
Koehler, Sezín. “Sundance 2019 Review: ‘Stieg Larsson: The Man Who Played with Fire.'” Black Girl Nerds, January 28, 2019. Full text.
Ladd-Taylor, Molly. [Review of] Stephanie Welch, director. A Dangerous Idea: Eugenics, Genetics and the American Dream. Reading, Pa.: Bullfrog Films, 2018. 106 min. The American Historical Review 124.1 (February 2019): 172-173. Abstract.
Lew-Williams, Beth. [Review of] Ric Burns and Li-Shin Yu, directors. The Chinese Exclusion Act. New York: Steeplechase Films, 2017. DVD, 163 min. The American Historical Review 124.1 (February 2019): 178-180. Abstract.
Turner, Justin. “Film Review: Spike Lee (dir.), BlacKkKlansman.” Crime, Media, Culture: An International Journal, First Published February 14, 2019. First page.
Brzuszkiewicz, Sara. “A Conversation with Dr. Jacob Aasland Ravndal.” European Eye on Radicalization, 9 April 2019. Full text.
Brzuszkiewicz, Sara. “An Interview with Daniel Koehler, German Institute on Radicalization and De-Radicalization Studies.” European Eye on Radicalization, January 2, 2019. Full text.
Chotiner, Isaac. “Looking at Anti-Semitism on the Left and the Right: An Interview with Deborah E. Lipstadt.” The New Yorker, January 24, 2019. Full text.
Illing, Sean. “White identity politics is about more than racism.” An interview with Ashley Jardina, author of White Identity Politics. Vox, Apr. 26, 2019. Full text.
Martinez, Monica Muñoz. “Public Thinker: Kathleen Belew on the Rise of ‘White Power.'” An interview with Kathleen Belew, author of Bring the War Home: The White Power Movement and Paramilitary America. Public Books, April 19, 2019. Full text.
Souvlis, George. “Marxism, the Far-Right and the Antinomies of Liberalism: An interview with Enzo Traverso.” Verso Books Blog, 5 April 2019. Full text.
“3 Questions: A Q&A with John E. Finn.” Interview with John E. Finn, author of Fracturing the Founding: How the Alt-Right Corrupts the Constitution. Rowman & Littlefield 3 Questions series, March 19, 2019. Full text and here.
Wilson, Jason. “‘We’ve dug ourselves a really deep hole’ – David Neiwert on the rise of the far right.” An interview with David Neiwert, author of Alt-America. The Guardian, 27 Jan. 2019. Mentions the John Birch Society (conspiracy-minded, anti-communist group); Malheur National Wildlife Refuge occupation in Oregon; Timothy McVeigh (bomber of a federal building in Oklahoma City in 1996); militia movement; Patriot Movement (umbrella term for far-right nationalist, anti-government, anti-environmental, pro-gun, and often survivalist groups); Sagebrush Rebellion (group of ranchers and farmers demanding that the federal government cede control over public lands); survivalist movement; the Three Percenters (group opposing gun restrictions); and the Unite the White Rally (Charlottesville, Virginia, 2017). Full text.
Zhuralyova, Sonia. “Deborah Lipstadt on antisemitism: ‘I didn’t want to write this book.'” An interview with Deborah E. Lipstadt, author of Antisemitism, Here and Now. The Jewish Chronicle, January 24, 2019. Full text.
Banks, Martin. “UK counter terrorist experts say far-right extremism is an emerging security threat.” New Europe, March 27, 2019. Full text.
Barrett, Devlin. “Arrests in domestic terror probes outpace those inspired by Islamic extremists.” The Washington Post, March 9, 2019. Full text.
Boffey, Daniel. “Danish far-right party calling for Muslim deportation to stand in election.” The Guardian, 5 May 2019. On Stram Kurs, or Hard Line party, led by Rasmus Paludan. Full text.
Busby, Eleanor. “Far-right activity at universities rising as more young people deny Holocaust, experts warn.” The Independent, 27 January 2019. On the increasing prevalence of Holocaust denial leaflets and posters, as well as swastika graffiti, on campuses across the UK in recent years. Full text.
Carranco, Shannon, and Jon Milton. “Canada’s new far right: A trove of private chat room messages reveals an extremist subculture.” The Globe and Mail, April 27, 2019. Mentions Andrew Anglin (the creator of The Daily Stormer); the alt-right; Atomwaffen Division (neo-Nazi group that has been classified as a terrorist organization in the United States); Maxime Bernier (Canadian libertarian politician and leader of the People’s Party of Canada); Blood & Honour (a neo-Nazi group with a history of violence); the Canadian Super Players (Canadian right-wing extremist chat group); Canadian white ethnostate; the Christchurch mosque attack; the Conservative Party of Canada; “cuck” (alt-right slur for men deemed to lack backbone); The Daily Stormer (the largest neo-Nazi website in the world); Discord (an app meant for gamers that is also popular with the far right); James Alex Fields Jr. (Killer of Heather Heyer); Fireforce Ventures (an online store that sold coded white-supremacist symbols in the form of military-surplus gear); 1488 (term referring to “the 14 words” and to the HH of Heil Hitler, H being the eighth letter of the alphabet); “the 14 words” (a far-right phrase coined by David Lane calling for the protection of the ostensibly threatened future of the white race); Paul Fromm (Canadian neo-Nazi); Faith Goldy (Canadian media commentator and former Toronto mayoral candidate); Kevin Goudreau (Canadian white-nationalist campaigner); ID Canada (formerly Generation Identity) (white-nationalist group); the Jewish Defence League; David Lane (American white supremacist and member of The Order); “Leafensraum” (Canadian Super Players gathering, July 2017); La Meute; Northern Order (Canadian group affiliated with the Atomwaffen Division); The Order (American terrorist group); the Overton window (a term used to describe the ever-changing limits of what is considered acceptable public debate); the People’s Party of Canada; Jordan Peterson (University of Toronto psychology professor); Pittsburgh synagogue attack; the Proud Boys; the Quebec City mosque shooting (January 2017); RaHoWa (the Racial Holy War) (the day when whites would rise up and take back what was, in their view, rightfully theirs from non-whites and feminists in Canada); Dylann Roof (killer of nine black people at a South Carolina church in 2015); Andrew Scheer (Conservative Party leader); Donald Trump; Unite the Right rally (white-supremacist rally, Charlottesville, Va., August 2017); United We Roll rally; Athan Zafirov (Canadian Super Players member and the co-organizer of Leafensraum); and Zeiger (Gabriel Sohier Chaput) (Canadian neo-Nazi). Full text.
Chrisafis, Angelique, Kate Connolly, and Angela Giuffrida. “From Le Pen to Alice Weidel: how the European far-right set its sights on women.” The Guardian, 29 Jan. 2019. On women in leadership roles in rightwing, populist European parties, such as Alice Weidel, of the Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) party; Giorgia Meloni, of the Brothers of Italy; Marine Le Pen of the National Rally (formerly Front National); Pia Kjærsgaard, co-founder of the anti-immigration Danish People’s party; and Siv Jensen, leader of Norway’s anti-immigration Progress party. Full text.
Cohen, Marshall. “FBI director says white supremacy is a ‘persistent, pervasive threat’ to the US.” CNNPolitics, April 4, 2019. Full text.
Colborne, Michael. “Inside the Extremist Group That Dreams of Ruling Ukraine.” Haaretz, Feb. 23, 2019. On the Azov movement. Full text.
Davenport, Justin. “Far right ‘recruiting vulnerable children at primary school age,’ warns top counter terror officer.” London Evening Standard, 23 January 2019. On the neo-Nazi group National Action as a “prime example” of extremists targeting young children via online propaganda. Full text.
Davidson, Joe. “Domestic terrorism story renews fears over Trump’s coddling of white nationalists.” The Washington Post, April 5, 2019. Full text.
de Carbonnel, Alissa, and Giulia Paravicini. “EU elections: Europe’s far-right leaders strive to unite ahead of May poll.” The Independent, April 7, 2019. Mentions Santiago Abascal (Vox leader); Jimmie Åkesson (Sweden Democrat leader); Alternative for Germany (AfD) (German far-right party); Steve Bannon (Donald Trump’s former strategist); Thierry Baudet (FvD leader); European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR) group; eurosceptic nationalistm; Forum for Democracy (FvD) (Dutch far-right party); Freedom Party (Austrian far-right party); Jaroslaw Kaczynski (PiS leader); Marine Le Pen (leader of the National Rally); Law and Justice party (PiS) (Polish far-right party); League party (Italian anti-immigrant far-right party); National Rally (French far-right party); Viktor Orbán (Hungarian Prime Minister); Frauke Petry; Vladimir Putin (Russian President); Matteo Salvini (Italian Deputy Prime Minister and the leader of the League party); Heinz-Christian Strache (leader of the Freedom Party); Sweden Democrats (Swedish far-right party); Donald Trump; Harald Vilimsky; Vox (Spanish far-right party); and Geert Wilders. Full text.
de Quetteville, Harry. “Vox will ‘make Spain great again’ as part of next government, far-Right party insists.” The Telegraph, 29 March 2019. Mentions Santiago Abascal (Vox leader); Steve Bannon (former Trump political advisor); Rafael Bardaji (key figure in Vox and a friend of Steven Bannon); the Citizens (Spanish right-wing party); Ivan Espinosa de los Monteros; the People’s Party (PP) (Spanish right-of-centre party); “reconquista” (the centuries-long battle between Christian and Muslim armies for control of Iberia); and Vox (a Spanish far-right party). Full text.
Dearden, Lizzie. “National Action: Factions of neo-Nazi terrorist group active more than two years after government ban.” The Independent, 27 April 2019. Mentions Combat 18 (neo-Nazi group); Finsbury Park attack (2017); Christopher Lythgoe (National Action leader after the 2016 ban); the murder of Jo Cox; National Action (far-right group founded by two students in 2013; proscribed as a terrorist organisation in December 2016); NS131 (far-right group proscribed after media reports of its links to National Action); Jack Renshaw (National Action member who plotted to behead a Labour MP); Scottish Dawn (far-right group proscribed after media reports of its links to National Action); the Scottish Nationalist Society (neo-Nazi group and National Action faction); and the System Resistance Network (National Action faction, active in Wales). Full text.
Dearden, Lizzie. “Spies brought in to tackle far-right terror threat in UK, home secretary says.” The Independent, 10 April 2019. On the extension of the remit of the MI5-led Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre (JTAC) “to include assessing the threat posed by extreme right-wing terrorism.” Mentions the banning of neo-Nazi group National Action in 2016; the Christchurch mosque shooter; the murder of Jo Cox by a white supremacist in 2016; Darren Osborne (Finsbury Park van attacker in June 2017); and “reciprocal radicalisation” (“cumulative extremism”) (Islamists and the far-right “feeding each other”). Full text.
Dearden, Lizzie. “The former neo-Nazis and Islamists fighting extremism in the UK.” The Independent, 1 January 2019. In part, on Nigel Bromage, a former member of the neo-Nazi group Combat 18. Full text.
Dettmer, Jamie. “European Security Chiefs Alarmed at Threat From Far-Right Terrorism.” VOA News (Voice of America), May 3, 2019. Full text.
Devereux, Charlie. “Spanish Right Risks Sliding Toward Extremism, PM Sanchez Says.” Bloomberg, February 16, 2019. On The People’s Party, Ciudadanos and Vox, who reached an agreement last month to form a government in Andalusia. Full text.
Di Santo, Daniel. “Far-Right Party Enters Spain’s Parliament.” The Trumpet, May 2, 2019. On Vox, the Spanish far-right party. Full text.
Dimitrov, Martin. “Bulgaria Far-Rightists to Host European Neo-Nazis in Sofia.” Balkan Insight, April 15, 2019. On the “Together for a Europe of Fatherlands” conference. Mentions Bulgarian National Union (BNS) (Bulgarian right-wing body); Celtic cross (an appropriated neo-Nazi symbol used on the Les Nationalistes and Legio Hungaria flags); Legio Hungaria (Hungarian far-right group); Lukovmarch (annual march in Sofia commemorating General Hristo Nikolov Lukov); Narodni a Socialni Fronta (Czech Republic far-right group); Les Nationalistes (French far-right group); Die Rechte (German far-right group); and Szturmowcy (Polish far-right group). Full text.
Dwoskin, Elizabeth, and Craig Timberg. “Facebook bans extremist leaders including Louis Farrakhan, Alex Jones, Milo Yiannopoulos for being ‘dangerous.'” The Washington Post, May 2, 2019. Full text.
“Facebook bans UK far right groups and leaders.” BBC News, 18 April 2019. The ban includes the British National Party and its ex-leader Nick Griffin; Britain First, its leader Paul Golding and former deputy leader Jayda Fransen; English Defence League and its founding member Paul Ray; Knights Templar International and its promoter Jim Dowson; National Front and its leader Tony Martin; and Jack Renshaw, a neo-Nazi who plotted to murder a Labour MP. Full text.
Farivar, Masood. “US White Nationalists Barred by Facebook Find Haven on Russia Site.” VOA News, April 10, 2019. Mentions Burt Colucci (Schoep’s chief of staff); Gab (a “free speech” Twitter clone and and an alternative. for white nationalists banned from Twitter); Matthew Heimbach (a veteran of the neo-Nazi movement); Identity Dixie (a neo-Confederate group); the Ku Klux Klan; League of the South (white nationalist group) ; National Socialist Movement (one of the largest neo-Nazi groups in the United States); Michael Peinovich (a prominent white nationalist and conspiracy theorist); Jason Robb (general counsel of the KKK); Jeff Schoep (self-styled commander of the National Socialist Movement); the Unite the White Rally (Charlottesville, Virginia, 2017); Vkontakte (VK) (Russian social media platform and Russia’s version of Facebook, and an alternative. for white nationalists banned from Facebook). Full text.
“Far-right Dutch group training members at combat camps.” The New Arab, 9 April 2019. Mentions the Christchurch mosque shooter; “Defend Europe” (GI operations in the Alps and the Mediterranean to stop the flow of refugees and prevent their rescue by NGO’s); Europe’s “ethno-cultural identity”; Generation Identity (GI) (a pan-European white nationalist movement); the “Great Replacement” (perceived threats to Europe’s indigenous population and its “ethno-cultural identity” arising from low birth rates and immigration); Identitair Verzet (the Dutch branch of so-called Generation Identity); the Islamisation of Europe; Tommy Robinson London rally; and Martin Sellner (leader of the Austrian Generation Identity movement). Full text.
Garg, Kanika. “Nancy Maclean on her book, ‘Democracy in Chains.'” Purdue Exponent, Jan. 9, 2019. Quoting from Nancy MacLean’s lecture at Purdue, Jan. 7, 2019. Full text.
Giordano, Chiara. “Roma families moved from Italian housing project after violent neo-fascist protests.” The Independent, 4 April 2019. Mentions Casa Pound (Italian neo-fascist group); Forza Nuova (Italian neo-fascist group); Hitler; and Matteo Salvini (Italian Interior minister). Full text.
Griffin, Andrew. “Facebook bans EDL, Britain First and BNP from social network.” The Independent, 18 April 2019. Full text.
Holt, Jared. “Infowars is Working to Sanitize the White Nationalist Group Formerly Known as Identity Evropa.” Right Wing Watch, April 24, 2019. Full text.
Jacobson, Seth. “Far-right terrorism threat is growing, say MI5 and police chiefs.” The Guardian, 29 Mar. 2019. Full text.
Kilgore, Ed. “Political Cult Leader Lyndon LaRouche Dies at 96.” New York Magazine Intelligencer, Feb. 13, 2019. Full text.
Kingsley, Patrick. “New Zealand Massacre Highlights Global Reach of White Extremism.” The New York Times, March 15, 2019. Full text.
Lamoureux, Mack. “Fascist Forge, the Online Neo-Nazi Recruitment Forum, Is Down.” VICE, Feb. 15, 2019. Full text.
Lewis, Paul, Sarah Boseley, and Pamela Duncan. “Revealed: populists far more likely to believe in conspiracy theories.” The Guardian, 1 May 2019. A summary of survey findings which suggest a correlation between having limited faith in scientific experts and representative democracy and believing in conspiracy theories. Discussed are conspiracy theories about vaccinations as having harmful effects that are hidden from the public, fact-based journalism as “fake news,” manmade global warming as a hoax, the 9/11 terrorist attacks as knowingly facilitated by the US government, a secret group of people who rule the world, AIDS as invented by the CIA, alien contact as deliberately hidden from the public, and the official account of the Holocaust as exaggerated. Full text.
Lorenz, Taylor. “Instagram and Facebook Ban Far-Right Extremists.” The Atlantic, May 2, 2019. Full text.
Mathias, Christopher. “Exposed: Military Investigating 4 More Servicemen For Ties To White Nationalist Group.” HuffPost, April 27, 2019. On Identity Evropa, a white nationalist group recently rebranded as the American Identity Movement. Mentions Curtis Allen (participant in a bomb plot targeting Muslims in Kansas); Andrew Anglin (the fugitive neo-Nazi behind the website The Daily Stormer); The Atomwaffen Division (a murderous neo-Nazi group); “The Crusaders” (anti-Muslim militia group); The Daily Stormer (neo-Nazi website which advocates gassing Jews); Nathan Damigo (founder of Identity Evropa); Discord (messaging platform used by many white nationalist groups); David Duke (former Ku Klux Klan leader); Christopher Hasson (alleged stockpiler of firearms and compiler of a hitlist of leftists and media figures); Reinhard Heydrich (a high-ranking Nazi figure during World War II and a main architect of the Holocaust); Adolf Hitler; Timothy McVeigh (Oklahoma City bomber, 1995); Brandon Russell (a leader of The Atomwaffen Division); Steam (a video game app frequently used by white supremacists to communicate with each other); Stormfront (neo-Nazi message board); Unite the White rally (violent and deadly 2017 white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia); and “white homeland.” Full text.
McAuley, James. “New Zealand suspect inspired by French writer who fears ‘replacement’ by immigrants.” The Washington Post, March 15, 2019. On Brenton Tarrant, the white supremacist suspect in the Christchurch mosque shootings. Mentions Renaud Camus (French right-wing polemicist); “demographic colonization”; the “great replacement” (the “theory” that Europe’s white majority is being replaced by nonwhite North African and sub-Saharan African immigrants, many of whom are Muslim); The Great Replacement (2012 book by Renaud Camus); “The Great Replacement” (Tarrant’s manifesto); Jean-Marie Le Pen (convicted Holocaust denier); Marion Maréchal (granddaughter of Jean-Marie Le Pen); Les Républicains (France’s mainstream conservative party); “Unite the Right” rally (Charlottesville, August 2017); Laurent Wauquiez (leader of Les Républicains); and You Will Not Replace US! (2018 book by Renaud Camus). Full text.
McNulty, Tim. “Rise of the Right: How the rhetoric of Vox risks normalising violence.” Olive Press, 14 Apr. 2019. Full text.
Michels, Josué. “Anti-Semitism in Germany Becoming More Violent.” The Trumpet, April 25, 2019. Full text.
“Nazi badge found at home of far-right terror suspect.” Jewish News, March 26, 2019. Mentions Buchenwald (a Nazi concentration camp); Alice Cutter (suspected National Action member); Deutsches Frauenwerk (the Nazi association for women); Garry Jack (suspected National Action member); Mark Jones (suspected National Action member); National Action (UK neo-Nazi group, banned in December 2016); and Connor Scothern (suspected National Action member). Full text.
Parmenter, Tom. “‘Frenzy of hatred’: The dramatic rise of far-right extremists.” Sky News, 8 January 2019. In part, on airport monitoring under “Schedule 7” legislation. Full text.
Philpot, Robert. “UK Jews face ‘perfect storm’ with new wave of far-right extremists, radical left.” The Times of Israel, 31 January 2019. Mentions British National Party (BNP); British Union of Fascists (BUF) (proscribed prewar pro-Nazi group); Alex Davies (co-founder of National Action and a former member of the BNP); English Defence League (EDL) (virtually defunct anti-Muslim right-wing group); Nigel Farage (Ukip’s former leader); Nick Griffin (BNP leader); David Irving (Holocaust denier); Christopher Lythgoe (National Action leader); Thomas Mair (far-right terrorist and assassination of Labour MP Jo Cox); Oswald Mosley (BUF leader); National Action (proscribed neo-Nazi, Jew-hating, and Holocaust-denying terror group); race war; Ben Raymond (co-founder of National Action); George Soros (subject of anti-Semitic memes and caricatured as a tentacled monster); United Kingdom Independence Party (Ukip) (right-wing party); “white jihad”; white “race traitors”; and Stephen Christopher Yaxley-Lennon, AKA Tommy Robinson (onetime head of the English Defence League and former member of the BNP). Full text.
Quinn, Ben, Jamie Grierson, and Damien Gayle. “Far-right terrorists are one step ahead of you in UK, police told.” The Guardian, 5 Apr. 2019. Mentions Atomwaffen [Nuclear weapons] Division (violent American neo-Nazi group); Anders Breivik; Blood and Honour (white power music scene); BNP; C18 (violent UK neo-Nazi group); English Defence League; Nigel Farage (right-wing figure); Football Lads Alliance; Thomas Mair (Jo Cox’s killer); National Action (NA) (banned UK neo-Nazi group); Jack Renshaw (the white supremacist who planned to kill the Labour MP Rosie Cooper); Tommy Robinson (right-wing figure); Sonnenkrieg (Sun war) Division (violent UK neo-Nazi group); and “white jihad.” Full text.
Rahim, Zamira. “Poway synagogue shooting: Suspect may have referenced ‘cultural Marxism’ in antisemitic document.” The Independent, 28 April 2019. Mentions Suella Braverman (a Conservative MP who has used the phrase “cultural Marxism”); the Bruges Group (anti-EU think tank); “cultural Marxism” (a conspiracy theory that “traditional” society is being undermined by certain politicians, members of the media, academics, and companies); John Earnest (the alleged Chabad of Poway synagogue shooter); Earnest’s manifesto; the Frankfurt school; Antonio Gramsci; Jordan Peterson (a psychologist who has used the phrase “cultural Marxism”); race war conspiracy theories; and the Tree of Life synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh. Full text.
Roig-Franzia, Manuel. “Inside the spectacular fall of the granddaddy of right-wing conspiracy sites.” The Washington Post, April 2, 2019. On WorldNetDaily. Mentions the “birther movement” (the conspiracy theory that President Barack Obama was not born in the United States); Tom Coburn (former Republican senator); James Dobson (evangelical Christian leader); Joseph Farah (founder of WorldNetDaily and the Western Journalism Center); Devin Nunes (House Intelligence Committee chairman); and Phyllis Schlafly (anti-feminist author). Full text.
Schiano, Chris. “‘Americans of European Heritage Exclusively’: Identity Evropa Front Group Meetings Leaked.” Unicorn Riot, April 27, 2019. Mentions James Allsup (racist YouTuber closely tied to Identity Evropa); The American Identity Movement (AmIM) (formerly Identity Evropa) (IE) (the largest neo-Nazi organization in the United States); the American Renaissance conference (Tennessee, May 2019); Patrick Casey (AmIM president); Free Speech Apparel (a right-wing political clothing website); Nick Fuentes (racist YouTuber closely tied to Identity Evropa); “The Great Replacement” (a neo-nazi conspiracy theory which holds that Jews are plotting to exterminate white people in the US and Europe by encouraging non-white immigration); “The Great Replacement” (the title of the manifesto of the Christchurch mosque murderer); InfoWars (Alex Jones’ massive video platform); Alex Jones; Lana Lokteff (neo-nazi propagandist for Red Ice TV); Nationalist Review (a Discord chat tied to a podcast hosted by Allsup and Fuentes); Red Ice TV (YouTube-based streaming network); Jared Taylor (white nationalist author); and Matthew Warner (AmIM second-in command). Full text.
Shimron, Yonat. “As Muslim extremism nosedives, researchers question law enforcement’s focus.” Religion News Service, January 25, 2019. Full text.
Smee, Ben. “‘Quite frightening’: the far-right fringe of the election campaign is mobilising.” The Guardian, 3 May 2019. On extremist groups and Australian politics. Mentions Fraser Anning (Australian far-right figure); Fraser Anning’s “final solution” speech; the Australian Conservatives; the Australian League of Rights (long-running racist group in Australia); the Australian party; Dia Beltran (a YouTuber who offers a platform to far-right figures); the Christchurch shooting; Blair Cottrell (Australian far-right figure); Conservative National party (Fraser Anning’s new party); “cultural Marxism” (a supposed coordinated plot to undermine traditional western values); “entryism” (far right strategy to subvert mainstream politics); Neil Erikson (Australian far-right figure and adviser to Fraser Anning); the Great Australian party; Pauline Hanson; Katter’s Australian Party; the Lads Society (Australian far-right group); the Love Australia or Leave party; One Nation; Clive Palmer; the Rise Up Australia party; Jim Savage (TBC member and former One Nation party official); the Shooters, Fishers and Farmers party (Australian political party); True Blue Crew (TBC) (militant white supremacist group in Queensland); and the United Australia party. Full text.
Stone, Jon. “European far-right parties unite into new alliance ahead of EU elections.” The Independent, 8 April 2019. Mentions Alternative for Germany (German far-right party); Steve Bannon (far-right associate of Donald Trump); Danish People’s Party (Danish right-wing, populist party); Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy (EFDD) (Nigel Farage’s parliamentary group); European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR) (the Tories’ parliamentary group); Finns party (Finnish Eurosceptic populist party); Freedom Party (Austrian far-right party); Olli Kotro (of the Finns party); League party (Italian anti-immigrant party); Joerg Meuthen (Alternative for Germany’s co-leader); National Rally (formerly National Front) (French far-right party); Party for Freedom (Dutch far-right party); Matteo Salvini (Italian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior and leader of the League party); and Anders Vistisen (of the Danish People’s Party). Full text.
Taher, Abul. “Exposed: British racists behind vile secretive neo-Nazi radio station that the Government cannot shut down.” Daily Mail, 19 January 2019. Mentions Jeremy Bedford-Turner (Jez Turner) (contributor to Radio Aryan and leader of London Forum); Daily Stormer.(racist US website); Alex Davies (head of National Action); David Duke (former Ku Klux Klan head in the US); London Forum (far-right group); Sven Longshanks (Steve Stone) (anti-Semitic neo-Nazi founder of Radio Aryan); Thomas Mair (right-wing fanatic and killer of Labour MP Jo Cox); National Action (neo-Nazi terrorist group, outlawed in Britain in 2016); Laurence Nunn (Max Musson) (contributor to Radio Aryan and leader of Western Spring); Radio Aryan (neo-Nazi internet radio station; as such, not licensed by Ofcom or subject to broadcasting rules); Western Spring (far-right group which allegedly operates military-style training camps for neo-Nazis). Full text.
“What is Suomen Sisu?” Varis, 13 December 2018. On Suomen Sisu, a Finnish fascist organization. Full text.
Woodruff, Betsy. “Homeland Security Disbands Domestic Terror Intelligence Unit.” Daily Beast, April 2, 2019. Full text.
BLOG POSTS AND OPINION PIECES
Aaronson, Trevor. “Flipping the Switch. Donald Trump Helped Turn a Christian Extremist Into an Alleged Domestic Terrorist.” The Intercept, March 30, 2019. Part of the series “The Threat Within.” Full text.
Aaronson, Trevor. “Homegrown Material Support. The Domestic Terrorism Law the Justice Department Forgot.” The Intercept, March 23, 2019. Part of the series “The Threat Within.” Full text.
Aaronson, Trevor. “Terrorism’s Double Standard. Violent Far-Right Extremists Are Rarely Prosecuted as Terrorists.” The Intercept, March 23, 2019. Part of the series “The Threat Within.” Full text.
Aguilera-Carnerero, Carmen. “VOX and the Spanish Muslim community: the new ‘Reconquista’ of Spain.” openDemocracy, 23 January 2019. Full text.
Ahmed, Reem, and Daniela Pisoiu. “What Does the ‘New Right’ Have to do With the Christchurch Attack? Some Evidence from Twitter on Discursive Overlaps.” VOX-Pol Blog, April 17, 2019. Full text.
Ali, Wajahat. “The Roots of the Christchurch Massacre.” The New York Times, March 15, 2019. Mentions Fraser Anning (Australian senator who blamed the Christchurch attack on a lax immigration program); Australian Liberty Alliance (far-right anti-Muslim political party); Battle of Vienna (1683 battle glorified by white nationalists for staving off the Ottoman Empire’s advance); Alexandre Bissonnette (white nationalist and Quebec mosque killer in 2017); Robert Bowers (Tree of Life synagogue killer); Anders Breivik (Norwegian mass murderer); Gab (right-wing social network); “the great replacement” (white nationalist conspiracy theory alleging that Jews, blacks and Muslims will replace white people and eventually subordinate them); Christopher Hasson (white nationalist arrested on charges of stockpiling weapons); the migrant “caravan” (the anti-Semitic conspiracy theory that George Soros paid migrants heading for the southern U.S. border); Reclaim Australia (anti-Muslim movement); Siege of Acre (military victory for the Christian Crusaders seeking to retake Jerusalem from Muslims in 1189, glorified by the Christchurch gunman); Donald Trump; white nationalism; and white supremacy. Full text and here.
Anderson, Sulome. “The twin hatreds. How white supremacy and Islamist terrorism strengthen each other online — and in a deadly cycle of attacks.” The Washington Post, March 22, 2019. Full text.
Applebaum, Anne. “Want to build a far-right movement? Spain’s Vox party shows how.” The Washington Post, May 2, 2019. Mentions Santiago Abascal (leader of Vox); ActRight (U.S. organization); Ignacio Arsuaga (CitizenGo’s leader); José María Aznar (former center-right prime minister of Spain); Stephen K. Bannon (former Breitbart chairman and chief strategist for Trump); Rafael Bardají (a leader of Vox); Brian S. Brown (American co-founder of the National Organization for Marriage); CitizenGo (a Madrid-based campaign group); Conservative Political Action Conference; Iván Espinosa de los Monteros (Vox’s vice secretary for international relations); “gender ideology” (a term invented by the Christian right and popularized by CitizenGo); Alexey Komov (from the Russian branch of the World Congress of Families); Law and Justice (nativist, anti-pluralist Polish ruling party); Marine Le Pen (French far-right leader); Rocio Monasterio (Vox politician and the wife of Iván Espinosa de los Monteros); the Movement (Stephen K. Bannon’s organization, reportedly set up to help far-right candidates in Europe win elections); Viktor Orbán (illiberal Hungarian leader); Javier Ortega Smith (Vox’s secretary general); Popular Party (Spanish center-right political party); Darian Rafie (a leader of ActRight); Damien Rieu (French far-right activist); Matteo Salvini (Italian deputy prime minister and leader of the far-right League); Vox (Spanish far-right political party); Paul Watson (American alt-right conspiracy theorist); and the World Congress of Families meeting (Verona, Italy, March 2019). Full text.
Atkinson, David C. “It’s time for Australia and New Zealand to confront their white nationalist histories.” The Washington Post, March 15, 2019. Mentions Fraser Anning (Australian far-right independent senator who labeled Muslims as “perpetrators” following the Christchurch mosque attack); the Australia First Party (anti-multiculturalism party which celebrates the White Australia Policy); Pauline Hanson (One Nation political party leader); Australia’s 1901 Immigration Restriction Act (act with a literacy test administered to all prospective immigrants); New Zealand’s 1899 Immigration Restriction Act (act with a literacy test administered to all prospective immigrants); One Nation (Australian nationalist, populist, and anti-immigration party); Winston Peters (New Zealand politician who suggested that Chinese immigration had turned Auckland into a “supercity of sin”); the “White Australia” policy (adopted in 1901); and the “White New Zealand” policy (adopted in 1899). Full text.
Atkinson, David C. “The Longer History of the Christchurch Attacks.” The New Republic, March 15, 2019. Mentions David Duke (U.S. white supremacist); Immigration Restriction Act (Australian law of 1901 authorizing implicit racial exclusion on the grounds of literacy); Brenton Tarrant (Australian white supremacist and alleged New Zealand mosque assailant); Dylann Roof (U.S. white supremacist mass murderer); the White Australia Policy (1901); the White New Zealand Policy (1899); and white supremacy. Full text.
Atran, Scott. “From Christchurch to Colombo, Islamists and the far right are playing a deadly duet.” The Guardian, 25 Apr. 2019. Full text.
Awan, Imran. “Christchurch attacks show Islamophobia is real, deadly and spreading around the world.” The Conversation UK, March 20, 2019. Full text.
Bach, Natasha. “Domestic Terrorism Is on the Rise. But How Prepared Is the U.S. to Counter It?” Fortune, April 4, 2019. Full text.
Badia, Francesc, and Sergio Calderón Harker. “Reconquering Europe? VOX and the extreme right in Spain.” openDemocracy, 27 March 2019. Full text.
Badia I Dalmases, Francesc. “The extreme right international movement gets ready to fight its next battle in Spain.” openDemocracy, 25 April 2019. Full text.
Baier, Walter. “The far right commands 22m voters across Europe and it’s rising – what next?” The London Economic, March 10, 2019. Full text.
Baklitskaya, Kate. “National Corps: why Ukraine’s far-right party is enjoying growing support.” Euronews, 3 March 2019. On National Corps, a political party that emerged from the Azov regiment, a paramilitary group. Full text.
Barber, Tony. “Vox deal shows Spain is not immune to the far-right.” Financial Times, 17 January 2019. Full text.
Beauchamp, Zack. “Our incel problem.” Vox, Apr. 23, 2019. Full text.
Beauchamp, Zack. “Social media is rotting democracy from within. How social platforms enable far-right politicians’ campaigns to undermine democracy.” Vox, Jan. 22, 2019. Full text.
Beckett, Lois. “A history of recent attacks linked to white supremacy.” The Guardian, 15 Mar. 2019. Full text.
Belew, Kathleen. “The Christchurch Massacre and the White Power Movement.” Dissent Magazine, March 17, 2019. Mentions the alleged Christchurch attacker; the Fourteen Words (a slogan written by David Lane); David Lane (U.S. white power activist); Oklahoma City bombing; the Order (white power terror cell in the late 1980s); population replacement; racial extinction; race war; the transnational white power movement; Tree of Life synagogue attacker; The Turner Diaries (white power novel); Aryan Nations (white power group); the World Church of the Creator (white power group); and Wotansvolk (white power group). Full text.
Berger, J.M. “The Dangerous Spread of Extremist Manifestos.” The Atlantic, Feb. 26, 2019. Full text.
Berlatsky, Noah. “The Lethal Antisemitism of ‘Cultural Marxism.'” Jewish Currents, May 3, 2019. Mentions Anders Breivik (Norwegian white nationalist who cited “cultural Marxism” as a motive in his terror attacks in 2011); “cultural Marxism” (the theory of a foreign Jewish plot developed by the Frankfurt School to use the politics of anti-racism, feminism, and sexual liberation in order to undermine traditional American values); Jacques Derrida; John Earnest (the alleged Chabad of Poway synagogue shooter); Earnest’s manifesto; Michel Foucault; the Frankfurt School (a group of predominantly Jewish intellectuals who fled Nazi Germany in the 1930s); Rich Higgins (White House staffer who has argued that cultural Marxism has “become the dominant cultural meme”); Adolf Hitler; William Lind (paleoconservative writer who used the term “cultural Marxism” during a 2002 speech at a Holocaust denial conference); Mein Kampf (Hitler); Jordan Peterson (right-wing self-help guru who has used the term “cultural Marxism”); and the Tree of Life synagogue shooter. Full text.
Betz, Hans-Georg. “On the hollowness of the contemporary radical populist right and what to do about it.” openDemocracy, 23 January 2019. Full text.
Betz, Hans-Georg. “Saviours of the nation? – on the breakthrough of the radical populist right in Spain.” openDemocracy, 7 May 2019. Full text.
Betz, Hans-Georg. “The New Assault On Gender By The Radical Right.” Rantt, January 31, 2019. Full text.
Betz, Hans-Georg. “The Return of la Marine.” openDemocracy, 5 April 2019. Mentions the AfD; anti-migrant and anti-refugee; climate skepticism; the gilets jaunes (the grassroots protest that started in late 2018 against the rise in the tax on gas and diesel); Marine Le Pen (President of Rassemblement National (RN) (formerly the Front National (FN)); Bruno Megré (formerly FN’s number two); Florian Philippot (former adviser to Marine Le Pen); and Donald Trump. Full text and here.
Bjørgo, Tore. “Right-wing extremism in Norway—changes and challenges.” Phys.org, February 26, 2019. Full text.
Bjørgo, Tore. “Right-Wing Extremism in Norway: Changes and Challenges.” “Right Now!” blog, C-REX – Center for Research on Extremism, Feb. 25, 2019. Full text.
Boccato, Angelo. “Italy’s far-right movement has never been stronger – this year’s European elections will prove that.” The Independent, 20 January 2019. On Matteo Salvini’s League and Luigi Di Maio’s Five Star Movement. Full text.
Bond, David, and Helen Warrell. “UK far-right extremism: hate spreads from the fringe.” Financial Times, May 7, 2019. Mentions Atomwaffen (US far-right group accused of being involved in violence); Anders Breivik (Norwegian far-right murderer); British National Party (BNP) (UK fringe group prone to racist violence); the British Union of Fascists; Discord (gaming chat platform used by far-right extremists to spread their ethno-nationalist ideology); the English Defence League; Generation Identity (international far-right group); “the great replacement” (the theory that immigration threatens white indigenous populations in Europe); the “Islamisation of the west”; lone wolf as preferred modus operandi for political violence by the extreme right; Thomas Mair (UK white supremacist who killed Labour MP Jo Cox); National Action (proscribed UK far-right group); National Front; Darren Osborne (far-right van murderer); race war; Tommy Robinson (Stephen Yaxley-Lennon) (MEP candidate and far-right figure); Martin Sellner (leader of Austria’s Generation Identity branch); Sonnenkrieg Division (new UK far-right group); System Resistance Network (new UK far-right group which preaches zero tolerance to non-whites and says homosexuality is a disease); and Brenton Tarrant (accused Christchurch mosque attacker). Full text.
Bouhana, Noémie. “Analysing Lone-Actor Terrorism In Context.” CREST Comment (Centre for Research and Evidence on Security Threats), 9 April 2019. Full text.
Bown, Alfie. “YouTubers Play a Key Role in Far-Right Extremism of Online Forums.” Truthout, March 25, 2019. Mentions Andrew Anglin (The Daily Stormer editor); The Daily Stormer (neo-Nazi media site); 8chan (a board for extremist views); ethno-nationalism; 4chan (a board for extremist views); the alleged New Zealand mosque shooter; the New Zealand terrorist’s manifesto; Jordan Peterson; PewDiePie (Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg) (YouTube star); “red pill” (opting to have one’s eyes opened to the supposed “truth” of “alt-right” ideas); Ben Shapiro (former Breitbart editor and popular spokesman for young conservative movements in the US); and Donald Trump. Full text.
“Britain is dangerously fertile ground for the far right.” The Economist, April 11, 2019. Excerpt.
Brown, Alleen. “The Green Scare. How a Movement That Never Killed Anyone Became the FBI’s No. 1 Domestic Terrorism Threat.” The Intercept, March 23, 2019. Part of the series “The Threat Within.” Full text.
Bruno, Valerio Alfonso, and Adriano Cozzolino. “Radical-right populists and financialisation.” Social Europe, 26 February 2019. Full text.
Brunson, Jonathan. “Russia Isn’t the Only Threat to Ukrainian Democracy: The Impact of Far-Right Nationalist Revolutionaries.” War on the Rocks, April 20, 2019. Full text.
Budd, Brian. “Starving online trolls won’t stop far-right ideas from going mainstream.” The Conversation, April 14, 2019. Full text.
Butcher, Ben, and Micah Luxen. “How prevalent is far-right extremism?” BBC News, 19 March 2019. Full text.
Campion, Kristy. “Right-wing extremism has a long history in Australia.” The Conversation AU, March 20, 2019. Mentions the Antipodean Resistance (Australian anti-left, anti-Semitic, and anti-homosexuals nationalist socialist group); the Auslands Organisation (Australian anti-Semitic, fascist group in the 1930s); Australia First Movement (white supremacist movement); the Australia Nationalist Socialist Party (neo-Nazi party); the Australian Defence League; Australian League of Rights; Australian Liberty Alliance; the Australian Nationalist Movement (violent anti-immigrant, anti-homosexual, and anti-Communist Australian extreme right group in the 1980s); Australian Traditional; the Australian Youth Coalition (violent Australian extreme right group in the 1970s); Eric Butler (leader of the Australian League of Rights); the Christchurch perpetrator; Combat 18/Blood and Honour; “elite penetration” (Australian League of Rights strategy whereby members would join mainstream political parties, attempt to subvert their core values and ideas and attain leadership positions); the Eureka flag (flag adopted by the National Socialist Party of Australia); Phillip Galea (violent member of the True Blue Crew and the United Patriots Front); Identity Australia; The International Jew: The Protocols of the Elders of Zion (Butler); the Lads Society (Australian extreme right group); Henry Lawson; the Legion of the Frontiersmen of the Commonwealth (violent Australian extreme right group in the 1970s); Alexander Rud Mills (Australian anti-Semitic leader and supporter of the Australia First Movement); Benito Mussolini; the National Action (violent anti-immigrant, anti-homosexual, and anti-Communist Australian extreme right group in the 1980s); the National Socialist Party of Australia; the Nationalist Australian Alternative; the New Guard (Australian anti-Communist and anti-union groups in the 1930s); New National Action; the Old Guard (collective name for Australian reactionary and radical groups operating in the 1920s); the Patriotic Youth League; Proud Boys; Reclaim Australia; Right Wing Resistance; Safari 8 (violent Australian extreme right group in the 1970s); Soldiers of Odin; the Southern Cross Hammerskins; the True Blue Crew; the United Patriots Front; the Women of the Southern Legion (a chapter of Women for Aryan Unity); and Zionist Occupation Government (conspiracy theory supported by Eric Butler). Full text and here.
Clark, Roland. “Within the Romanian Orthodox Church, Strong Fascist Currents Still Exist.” Fair Observer, April 4, 2019. Mentions Ion Antonescu (Romanian wartime dictator); Gigi Beccali (far-right Romanian politician); ethnocratic state; Holocaust denial; Legion of the Archangel Michael (Romanian fascist organization during the 1930s); and Orthodox ethnonationalism. Full text.
Clover, Joshua. “Four Notes on Stochastic Terrorism. Media handwringing after Christchurch veers dangerously close to a useful theory of human action.” Popula, Apr. 3, 2019. On “stochastic terrorism” as the public demonization of a person or group, by mass media or otherwise, to stir up random lone wolves to carry out violent or terrorist acts that are statistically predictable but individually unpredictable. Mentions Louis Beam (Aryan Nations crackpot and author of the concept of “leaderless resistance”); the Christchurch murders; Richard Spencer; the “white genocide” thesis (the Islamophobic fantasy that white people are being demographically “replaced”); and Milo Yiannopoulos. Full text.
Coaston, Jane. “The New Zealand shooter’s manifesto shows how white nationalist rhetoric spreads.” Vox, Mar. 18, 2019. Full text.
Cunningham, Benjamin. “Vox Populi.” The American Interest, April 27, 2019. Mentions Santiago Abascal (leader of the Vox party); Pedro Casado (PP leader); Ciudadanos (Spanish center-right party); People’s Party (PP) (Spanish conservative party); Albert Rivera (Ciudadanos party leader); Vox party (Spanish far right party); and Geert Wilders (Dutch anti-immigration politician). Full text.
Daalder, Marc. “The furious world of New Zealand’s far right nationalists.” Geeska Afrika Online, February 2, 2019. Mentions Jesse Anderson (NZ Sovereignty leader); anti-LGBT; anti-multiculturalism; anti-political correctness; anti-Semitism; anti-“Social Justice Warriors”; anti-state; anti-1080; anti-United Nations; anti-vaxxers; Breitbart (alt-right website); coded language and dog whistles; Daily Stormer (neo-Nazi website); the 14 words (a well-known white supremacist slogan); 1488 (a reference to the 14 words and “Heil Hitler” (where the 8s represent the 8th letter of the alphabet)); Holocaust denial; homophobia; David Icke (conspiracy theorist); Islamophobia; Kiwis United Against the Radical Islamification of New Zealand (anti-Muslim and anti-Semitic New Zealand group); Stefan Molyneux (Canadian provocateur and extremist); multiculturalism; Muslim invasion (outcome projected by the far-right if the UN migrant pact is signed); “no-go zones” (popular conspiracy theory that Muslim immigration in Europe has turned some cities into “no-go zones”); NZ Sovereignty (New Zealand group formed in opposition to the UN Global Compact on Migration); opposition to fluoridation; opposition to 1080; Pepe the Frog (meme co-opted by white supremacists); scepticism about vaccinations; Lauren Southern (Canadian provocateur and extremist); Donald Trump; white supremacy; and xenophobia. Full text and here.
David, Kumar. “Globally, alt-right populism is over the peak. Political influence of the extreme-right will decline in the next period.” The Island, March 2, 2019. Full text.
de Vries, Joost. “Meet Thierry Baudet, the suave new face of Dutch rightwing populism.” The Guardian, 3 Apr. 2019. Mentions Forum for Democracy (FvD) (Thierry Baudet’s party); Le Pens (father and daughter); Viktor Orbán; Party for Freedom party (Geert Wilders’s party); Jordan Peterson (Canadian academic); Vladimir Putin; Oswald Spengler (German historian); Donald Trump; Der Untergang des Abendlandes (Spengler’s 1918 book); and Geert Wilders (anti-Muslim, anti-immigrant Dutch populist politician). Full text.
Dennison, James, and Mariana Mendes. “The emergence of the populist radical right in Spain demonstrates the conditions under which such parties succeed.” LSE EUROPP – European Politics and Policy Blog, April 26, 2019. Full text and here.
DeVega, Chauncey. “Right-wing border militias are the shock troops of Donald Trump’s authoritarian movement.” Salon, April 24, 2019. Mentions Robert Bowers (suspected mass shooter in the Tree of Life Synagogue massacre in Pittsburgh); the “deep state”; Larry Mitchell Hopkins (the “commander” of the United Constitutional Patriots); Klan Border Patrol; Knights of the Ku Klux Klan; Stephen Miller; the Minutemen (right-wing militia of the mid-2000s); the “new world order”; Oklahoma City bombing; Cesar Sayoc; “scripted violence” (political rhetoric designed to call far-right domestic terrorists to action); “soft ethnic cleansing”; “stochastic terrorism”; Brenton Tarrant (neo-Nazi who killed 50 Muslims in Christchurch, New Zealand); Donald Trump; and United Constitutional Patriots (right-wing paramilitary group). Full text and here.
Devereaux, Ryan. “The Bloody History of Border Militias Runs Deep – and Law Enforcement Is Part of it.” The Intercept, April 23, 2019. Full text.
Diehl, Jörg, Alexander Epp, Ullrich Fichtner, Laura Höflinger, Roman Höfner, Martin Knobbe, Roman Lehberger, Philipp Oehmke, Jan Puhl, Marcel Rosenbach, Britta Sandberg, and Wolf Wiedmann-Schmidt. “The Growing Threat of Online-Bred Right-Wing Extremism.” Spiegel Online, March 28, 2019. Full text.
Downes, James, and Edward Chan. “How electoral systems affect support for populist parties in Europe.” LSE EUROPP – European Politics and Policy Blog, February 7, 2019. Full text.
Ebner, Julia. “Who are Europe’s far-right identitarians?” POLITICO, April 4, 2019. Mentions the Alternative for Germany (AfD); “The Art of Redpilling” (Generation Identity manual for far-right radicalization); Austrian Freedom Party (FPÖ) (Austrian far-right party and a member of the governing coalition); the Christchurch attacker; “de-Islamization”; Generation Identity (European far-right movement); Generation Identity Handbuch für Medienguerillas; “The Great Replacement” (the conspiracy theory that white populations are being gradually replaced with migrants); Identitarian Movement Austria (Austria’s offshoot of Generation Identity); “invasion of the Occident”; the Italian League; Gottfried Küssel (Holocaust denier and mentor of Martin Sellner); “remigration” (a euphemism for the mass deportation of all European migrant or non-white residents); Martin Sellner (a former neo-Nazi and one of the leaders of Identitarian Movement Austria); and the Spanish Vox party. Full text.
Evans, Robert. “Ignore The Poway Synagogue Shooter’s Manifesto: Pay Attention To 8chan’s /pol/ Board.” bellingcat, April 28, 2019. Mentions Atomwaffen (terrorist group); the coming race war; John Earnest (the Poway synagogue shooter); Earnest’s manifesto (expressing the hope that his attack would inspire new gun control measures which would in turn spark a civil war); James Mason (American neo-Nazi who urged autonomous terror attacks); PewDiePie (Felix Kjellberg, the YouTuber); /pol/ (an active discussion group on the 8chan website and a gathering place for online neo-Nazis); Siege (collection of writings by James Mason); Brenton Tarrant (the Christchurch Mosque shooter); and the Tree of Life Synagogue shooting. Full text.
“Exposed: For Britain and the ‘White Genocide’ Conspiracy Theory.” HOPE not hate, 18 April 2019. Mentions Black Pigeon Speaks (alias of Felix Lace, white nationalist YouTuber); Brave New Europe? (Greenhough); British National Party (BNP); Lucy Brown (former aide to Tommy Robinson); Ingrid Carlqvist (Swedish anti-Muslim figure and Holocaust denier); Richard von Coudenhove-Kalergi (Austrian-Japanese politician alleged to have devised a long-term scheme to undermine the white race by encouraging immigration into Europe); For Britain Movement (anti-Muslim movement); Mick Greenhough (conspiracy theorist); “Kalergi plan” (conspiracy theory which alleges that there is a deliberate plan to undermine European white society by a campaign of mass immigration, integration and miscegenation conducted by sinister (and often Jewish) elites); Sonnenrad (nazi symbol); UKIP; Anne Marie Waters (head of the anti-Muslim For Britain Movement); “white genocide” conspiracy theory; and Stephen Yaxley-Lennon (AKA Tommy Robinson). Full text.
“An Eye on ‘The Base’: Transatlantic Militant Fascists Continue to Interact.” Right Response (HOPE not hate), 28 April 2019. On The Base, a militant fascist network formed in July 2018. Mentions accelerationism (the idea that the intensification of forces which one opposes will reveal their flaw to the public and cause their own collapse); the alt-right; Atomwaffen Division (militant fascist group); John Ausonius (Swedish shooter of 11 people with mostly immigrant backgrounds); Louis Beam (KKK member and populariser of the term ‘leaderless resistance’); Richard Butler (proponent of ‘the Butler Plan’); ‘the Butler Plan’ (the Northwest Territorial Imperative) (a plan to relocate far-right activists as well as general white population to the Northwest USA and ultimately declare it an independent white ethnostate); Léon Degrelle (founder of the fascist Rexist Party during WWII in Wallonia); Fascist Forge (recently launched militant fascist forum); Gab (the alt-right associated “free speech” social media platform); Identitarians; Augustus Invictus (alt-right figure); Iron March (now defunct militant fascist forum); Greg Johnson (alt-right figurehead); David Lane (the now deceased member of The Order); leaderless resistance (a tactic for carrying out violent attacks by small cells acting without direct hierarchical command); Matrix (encrypted chat platform); National Action (UK far-right terror group); Nordic Resistance Movement (Swedish nazi organisation); the North West Front (a far-right group in the Pacific Northwest USA); The Order (nazi terror group); the Pittsburgh shooting at the Tree of Life synagogue; prepping (the practice of preparation for a societal collapse); Siege (James Mason’s compendium which is a central text for Atomwaffen and The Base); SoCo (real name Matthew Blais) (supporter of The Base and a YouTuber); “Norman Spear” (founder of The Base); Richard Spencer; survivalism; The Turner Diaries (far-right text); Chris White (a British far-right blogger and podcaster); white separatism; Wire (chat platform); and “Roman Wolf” (spokesperson for The Base). Full text.
Faber, Sebastiaan, and Bécquer Seguín. “Spain’s Radical Right Is Here to Stay—but Did It Ever Leave?” The Nation, January 10, 2019. Full text.
Farber, Bernie M., and Evan Balgord. “Ottawa must go further in fighting right-wing extremism.” The Star (Toronto), Jan. 21, 2019. Full text.
Faris, David. “The spread of lone-wolf terrorism is no accident.” The Week Magazine, May 4, 2019. Full text.
Farrukh, Rashna. “The Rot Starts At The Top: The Problem With De-Platforming The Far-Right.” Junkee, 2 April 2019. Mentions Fraser Anning’s “final solution speech”; the Christchurch massacre; Blair Cottrell (far-right figure); 8chan (a social media platform with a largely far-right user-base); 4chan (a social media platform with a largely far-right user-base); Gab (a social media platform with a largely far-right user-base); Gabby the frog (former Gab logo); Pauline Hanson; Pepe the Frog (alt-right meme); and Pittsburgh Synagogue shooting (2018). Full text.
“Fascist Forge: A New Forum for Hate.” ADL Blog (Anti-Defamation League), January 15, 2019. Mentions Atomwaffen (violent U.S. white supremacist group); The Base (extreme white supremacist group); Anders Breivik (Norwegian white supremacist who killed 77 people in Norway in 2011); “Fascism 101” (10-part video series by Alexander Slavros); Fascist Forge (white supremacist online forum, founded by “Mathias” and launched in May 2018); Iron March (defunct fascist social networking platform, founded by Alexander Slavros); Mein Kampf (Adolf Hitler); David Lane (a member of The Order); Alisher Mukhitdinov, aka Alexander Slavros (Russian nationalist and founder of Iron March); The Order (white supremacist terrorist group); race war; Siege (James Mason); Sonnenkrieg Division (extreme white supremacist group); survivalism; and White Power (George Lincoln Rockwell). Full text.
Fekete, Liz. “Who facilitated the Christchurch terrorist’s journey through hate?” Institute of Race Relations, March 21, 2019. Full text.
Feldman, Matthew. “Pandering To The Far Right Is No Way To Counter Them.” HuffPost UK, 11 Feb. 2019. Full text.
Feldman, Matthew, and William Allchorn. “The DFLA: a(nother) new UK far right movement?” openDemocracy, 1 May 2019. Mentions Gerard Batten (UKIP leader); British National Party (now-moribund far right group); the Democratic Football Lads Alliance (DFLA) (anti-Muslim pressure group); the English Defence League (EDL) (the UK’s first anti-Muslim street movement); the Football Lads Alliance (FLA) (now-dormant anti-Muslim pressure group); For Britain (far right political party); Generation Identity (far-right group); Liberty GB party (Islamophobic political party); Pegida (direct-action social movement); race or religious-based ‘civil war’ in Britain; the Scottish defence league (direct-action social movement); UKIP (far right political party); the Welsh defence league (direct-action social movement); Paul Weston (Liberty GB party leader); Stephen Yaxley-Lennon (aka Tommy Robinson) (anti-Muslim bigot and a ‘grooming gangs’ advisor to the UKIP); and the Yellow Vests (direct-action social movement). Full text.
Finchelstein, Federico. “Why far-right populists are at war with history.” The Washington Post, April 23, 2019. Full text.
Finn, John E. “How the alt-right corrupts the Constitution.” The Conversation, April 15, 2019. Full text.
Forchtner, Bernhard. “The National Ecosystem: Radical Right and Biodiversity.” Fair Observer, March 14, 2019. Full text.
Freedland, Jonathan, and Mehdi Hasan. “Muslims and Jews face a common threat from white supremacists. We must fight it together.” The Guardian, 3 Apr. 2019. Full text.
“From EFL to EDL: Far Right Extremism’s Pollution of Football.” The Two Unfortunates, Jan. 30, 2019. Mentions Gerald Batten (UK Independence Party leader); Bulldog (the paper of the young NF); Ian Crossland (anti-Muslim member of the English Defence League); Nigel Farage; Football Lads Alliance (FLA) (anti-immigrant, anti-Islam group, later to be largely succeeded by the Democratic Football Lads Alliance (DFLA)); the ‘Free Tommy Robinson’ campaign; Generation Identity (far-right group); the National Front (NF) (fascist group); Darren Osborne (convicted driver who ran his van into a group of Muslims); the Racial Volunteer Force (far-right group); Tommy Robinson (real name, Stephen Yaxley-Lennon) (founder of the English Defence League and former British National Party member); Matteo Salvini (Italian Lega Nord politician); and the White Pendragons (far-right group). Full text.
Ganesh, Bharath. “How the swarm of white extremism spreads itself online.” The Spinoff, March 28, 2019. Mentions the Christchurch attack; The Christchurch terrorist’s manifesto; Senator Ted Cruz; the Eurabia thesis (the theory that Muslims are “invading” Europe and are a fifth column waiting to take control of the continent); MEP Nigel Farage; Finsbury Park Mosque attack (London, 2017); Le Grand Remplacement (The Great Replacement) (the theory of death of the white “European” people, introduced by Renaud Camus); Identitarians; “race realists”; Donald Trump; and “white genocide” (the theory of the eradication of European culture by declining birth rates in Western countries and the settlement of non-white populations in Western countries). Full text.
Givens, Terri E. “The radical right, immigration and the future of the EU.” openDemocracy, 14 February 2019. Full text.
Givens, Terri. “The Shifting Norms that Threaten Our Democracy.” Fair Observer, May 2, 2019. Full text.
Givens, Terri. “Trump’s Executive Order Encourages Hate Speech Under Guise Of Free Speech.” Rantt, March 26, 2019. Full text.
Gorcenski, Emily. “The Proud Boys: A Republican Party Street Gang.” Political Research Associates, 28 Feb. 2019. Full text.
Hajdarpasic, Edin. “How a Serbian war criminal became an icon of white nationalism.” The Washington Post, March 20, 2019. Mentions Anders Breivik (Norwegian terrorist who killed 77 people in a 2011 attack); a global “clash of civilizations”; Islamophobia; Radovan Karadzic (former Bosnian Serb leader and convicted war criminal); Slobodan Milosevic; non-white “invaders”; Brenton Tarrant (the suspect in the massacre in New Zealand); Srdja Trifkovic (conspiracy theorist); and white supremacists. Full text.
Hall, Ben, and Ralph Atkins. “Sebastian Kurz: saviour of Europe’s mainstream or friend of the far-right?” Financial Times, January 5, 2019. Full text.
Harper, Jo. “Soros’ Polish Media Acquisition Gets Old Dogs Whistling.” Forbes, Feb. 22, 2019. Full text.
Hartleb, Florian. “The far right in power in Estonia: A crisis of values or democracy?” Emerging Europe, April 22, 2019. Full text.
Hockenos, Paul. “Is There a Secret Recipe for Preventing Far-Right Populism?” Foreign Policy, May 9, 2019. Full text.
Hoffman, Bruce. “Back to the Future: the Return of Violent Far-right Terrorism in the Age of Lone Wolves.” War on the Rocks, April 2, 2019. Mentions Louis Beam (Vietnam War veteran and former Grand Dragon of the Texas Ku Klux Klan who devised the lone wolf strategy and pioneered the use of computer bulletin boards in the 1980s); the Christchurch attack; “The Great Replacement” (Christchurch gunman’s 74-page manifesto); the Pittsburgh synagogue shootings; and the white supremacist movement. Full text.
Hoffman, Bruce. “How Serious Is White Nationalist Terrorism?” Council on Foreign Relations, March 29, 2019. Full text.
Holt, Jared. “White Nationalists Adopt Clowns as Their Next Racist Symbol (Yes, Seriously).” Right Wing Watch, April 4, 2019. Mentions the “alt-right”; “black pilling” (bleak, nihilistic worldview of accepting a negative outcome and wrenching whatever possible out of the system); Christopher Cantwell; David Duke; 4chan; “Goy Talk” (a new web-based white nationalist podcast); “great replacement” (conspiracy theory alleging a plan to replace white people in their “homelands”); “Honk Honk” or “Honkler” (the Pepe the Frog meme drawn as a clown); Patrick Little; Martina Markota (Rebel Media personality); “Microchip” (pseudonym of a pro-Trump far-right troll); Siege (James Mason’s book advocating mass-organized violence); and white nationalism. Full text.
Holt, Jared. “With YouTuber Line-up, American Renaissance Places its Bets on ‘Optics.'” Right Wing Watch, January 30, 2019. Mentions James Allsup (alt-right podcaster); “alt-right” movement; American Renaissance (white nationalist organization founded by Jared Taylor in 1990); American Renaissance annual conference (Burns, Tennessee, May 17-19, 2019); Patrick Casey (executive director of Identity Evropa and a frequent contributor to Red Ice TV); Sam Dickson (attorney and white nationalist advocate); Nicholas Fuentes (“America First” host on YouTube); Faith Goldy (“Canada First” host on YouTube); Identity Evropa (campus-based white nationalist group); Rep. Steve King; Lana Lokteff (host of 3Fourteen and co-host of Red Ice TV); Stefan Molyneux (alt-right propagandist and YouTube personality); Brittany Pettibone (YouTube personality); The Rebel (right-wing Canadian outlet); Red Ice TV (alt-right YouTube channel); Right Side Broadcasting Network; “scientific racism”; Ayla Stewart (white nationalist YouTube personality); Jared Taylor (editor of American Renaissance); Unite The Right rally (Charlottesville, Virginia, 2017); “white genocide” (the notion that white culture is erased and white property endangered when whites occupy a minority status); and the white nationalist movement. Full text.
Jones, Christopher. “Does the American Military Have a Problem with Far-right Extremism?” Pacific Standard, Mar. 26, 2019. Full text.
Jones, Daniel. “The Far Right Has a History of Infiltrating the British Army.” Fair Observer, March 21, 2019. Full text.
Jones, Owen. “Why we need to talk about the media’s role in far-right radicalisation.” The Guardian, 28 Mar. 2019. Full text.
Kallis, Aristotle. “The far right’s weaponisation of history.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, April 22, 2019. Full text.
Kallis, Aristotle. “The return of fascism? Why this is the wrong question to ask.” PMP Magazine (PoliticsMeansPolitics), 20 Apr. 2019. Full text.
Kamel, Zachary, Martin Patriquin, and Alheli Picazo. “Maxime Bernier’s alt-right problem.” The Star (Toronto), Feb. 8, 2019. Mentions alt-right movement (a loose movement of white nationalists, white supremacists and neo-Nazis, self-styled militias and anti-government extremists; anti-immigration, closed-border activists and anti-Muslim fanatics; conspiracists, culture warriors, men’s rights activists, anti-feminists and societal traditionalists); anti-diversity; anti-immigration; anti-multiculturalism; anti-Muslim; anti-political correctness; Bernardo “Dixon” Garcia (The Ensign Hour co-host); Maxime Bernier (PPC founder and leader and former Conservative MP who declared “the death of political correctness in Canada”); Ronny Cameron (self-described white nationalist); Conservative Party (Canadian political party); “Cracker Jack” (Tyler Hall-Kuch) (The Ensign Hour co-host); “cultural Marxism”; Clinton Desveaux (PPC executive director); Joanne Dinelle (anti-Muslim former PPC Montreal-area riding association executive member); 88 Minutes (now-defunct racist podcast); The Ensign Hour (Canadian white nationalist podcast, named after Canada’s official flag prior to 1965); “entryism” (alt-right strategy for the infiltration and overtaking of political parties); “European homeland”; “14 words” slogan (a core tenet of the neo-Nazi movement); Faith Goldy (alt-right media personality and Toronto mayoral candidate); Nicola Hanson (anti-Islamic former PPC Ontario organizer); Hitler; Ku Klux Klan; Steven Luft (anti-refugee former president of the UCP’s Calgary Bow constituency association); Martin Masse (PPC spokesperson); National Party (Australian political party); National Rally (Marine Le Pen’s political party); People’s Party of Canada (PPC) (new Canadian political party); Andrew Scheer (Conservative Party leader); Matt Solberg (UCP spokesperson); Emil Sosnin (anti-Semitic former PPC Thornhill riding association executive member); Richard Spencer (American alt-right leader who coined the term “alt-right”); Adam Strashok (anti-Semitic and white supremacist former UCP member); Leigh Stuart (anti-migrant former PPC Niagara-area riding association vice-president); Donald Trump; United Conservative Party (UCP) (Alberta’s populist party); UKIP; “Western values” (white heritage, culture and demographics); and “white genocide.” Full text.
Katz, Rita. “New Zealand Shooting: White Supremacists and Jihadists Feed Off Each Other.” Daily Beast, March 20, 2019. Full text.
Kerbaj, Richard, and Tony Allen-Mill. “White neo-Nazis — Britain’s next wave of terror.” The Sunday Times, March 24, 2019. Excerpt.
Kondor, Katherine. “The Hungarian paradigm shift: how right-wing are Fidesz supporters?” openDemocracy, 30 January 2019. On the rise in far-right support for Fidesz and the decline of far-right support for Jobbik as reflected in European Social Survey data from 2015 and 2017. Full text.
Koslowski, Max. “Australia’s far-right moves to shadowy messaging service amid crackdown on digital giants.” The Sydney Morning Herald, March 20, 2019. Mentions the alt-right; Robert Bowers (anti-semitic terrorist and Pittsburgh synagogue killer); Mike Cernovich; Blair Cottrell (Australian neo-Nazi leader); Ann Coulter; 8chan (alternate social media platform); Neil Erikson (Australian neo-Nazi leader); 4chan (alternate social media platform); Gab (messaging service founded by Andrew Torba and used by extremists); Alex Jones; Kiwi Farms (alternate social media platform); Stefan Molyneux; Lauren Southern; Brenton Tarrant (alleged Christchurch mosque killer); Donald Trump; Ricky Vaughn (pseudonym); Voat (alternate social media platform); and Milo Yiannopoulos (alt-right contrarian). Full text.
Lambert, Stephen. “What Now for Prevent? Anti-Radicalisation Strategy must Be Reformed Not Scrapped.” FE News, 28 January 2019. Full text.
Lamoureux, Mack, and Ben Makuch. “Online Neo-Nazis Are Increasingly Embracing Terror Tactics.” VICE, Jan. 28, 2019. Full text.
Lang, Marissa J. “Beyond Politics and Prose: White nationalists target bookstores, libraries in protests nationwide.” The Washington Post, April 29, 2019. Mentions American Identity Movement (white-nationalist group, formed in March 2019 and headquartered in the Washington area); Patrick Casey (co-founder of American Identity Movement); Identity Evropa (an organization that has sought to recruit college students and young conservatives); and Jonathan M. Metzl (author of Dying of Whiteness and the subject of a flash protest at an author chat). Full text.
Langley, Andrew, and Ott Ummelas. “Europe’s Newest Finance Minister Wants to Keep His Country White.” Bloomberg, May 11, 2019. Mentions EKRE (anti-immigrant Estonian party); Mart Helme (EKRE Chairman and father of Martin Helme); Martin Helme (Estonian finance minister and a member of the EKRE party); New Zealand terrorist attacker; “replacement of indigenous people” in Europe; Matteo Salvini (anti-immigrant Italian deputy prime minister); and Richard Spencer (U.S. alt-right figure). Full text.
Laub, Zachary. “Hate Speech on Social Media: Global Comparisons.” Council on Foreign Relations Backgrounder, April 11, 2019. Full text.
Lavin, Talia. “How the far right spread politically convenient lies about the Notre Dame fire.” The Washington Post, April 16, 2019. On the use of social media by far-right figures to publicize the view that the Notre Dame fire was a Muslim conspiracy. Mentions Glenn Beck (former Fox News mainstay and current talk-radio host); Tucker Carlson (Fox News personality); Mike Cernovich (a conspiracy theorist); Katie Hopkins (a racist British provocateur); Infowars (a conspiracy-oriented outlet helmed by Alex Jones); Ben Shapiro (far-right pundit); Richard Spencer (professional racist and coiner of the term “alt-right”); Mark Steyn (far-right columnist); Brenton Tarrant (the alleged Christchurch, New Zealand, shooter); and Matt Walsh (a conservative blogger). Full text.
“Legion of Saint Ambrose (LoSA).” ADL Backgrounder, April 2019. On Legion of Saint Ambrose (LoSA) (aka Christ Gang), a white supremacist group based in Knoxville, Tennessee. Mentions Saint Aurelius Ambrose; Corneliu Zelea Codreanu (Romanian anti-Semitic fascist politician who founded the Iron Guard); “83” (the numeric code for “Hail Christ,” a phrase often used by white supremacists who hold Christian beliefs); “1483” (numeric code pairing 83 with the number 14 –a reference to the so-called “Fourteen Words” white supremacist slogan); Matthew Heimbach (TWP leader); Iron Guard (the Legion of the Archangel Michael) (an extreme-right political party in Romania in the interwar period); Traditionalist Worker Party (TWP) (now defunct neo-Nazi group); and Colton Williams (aka Cole Williams) (self-identified LoSA leader). Full text.
Levin, Brian. “Why White Supremacist Attacks Are on the Rise, Even in Surprising Places.” Time, March 21, 2019. Full text.
Liburd, Liam. “Dark Visions: The Historical Precursor to Europe’s Radical Right.” Fair Observer, April 25, 2019. On Oswald Mosley’s Union Movement (UM) as an historical precursor to contemporary radical-right visions of Europe. Full text.
Lorenz, Taylor. “The Shooter’s Manifesto Was Designed to Troll.” The Atlantic, Mar. 15, 2019. Full text.
Lyons, Matthew N. “The Christchurch massacre and fascist revolutionary politics.” threewayfight, April 18, 2019. On Brenton Tarrant (charged in the March 15 massacre at two New Zealand mosques) and “The Great Replacement” (his online manifesto) as an expression of Third Position fascism. Full text.
Machnikowski, Ryszard, and Arkadiusz Legieć. “Extremism in Poland.” European Eye on Radicalization, January 14, 2019. In part, on Polish far-right organizations, including Falanga, the Great Poland Camp, the National Radical Camp (ONR), and “Pride and Modernity.” Full text.
Malik, Kenan. “The History and Politics of White Identity.” Pandaemonium, March 16, 2019. Full text.
Mammone, Andrea, and Anja Giudici. “The European far right has its eye on education.” Al Jazeera, 29 Mar. 2019. Mentions Alternative for Germany (AfD) (German far-right party); Steve Bannon (former Trump campaign strategist and alt-right extremist); Marco Bussetti (Italian education minister); Julius Evola (Italian fascist philosopher who promoted the formation of a hierarchical society run by “warriors”); Golden Dawn (Greek far-right party); “Heimatkunde” (knowledge about the homeland, supported for re-introduction into German education by AfD); Intercollegiate Studies Institute (American neo-conservative institution); the League (Italian far-right party); “modern gladiator school” (traditionalist right-wing educational project set up by Steve Bannon in Italy); the U.S. alt-right; and Young Americans for Freedom (American neo-conservative institution). Full text.
Manavis, Sarah. “What is cultural Marxism? The alt-right meme in Suella Braverman’s speech in Westminster.” New Statesman, 26 March 2019. Mentions Suella Braverman (Conservative MP for Fareham); Anders Breivik (Norwegian mass murderer); “cultural Marxism” (an anti-Semitic alt-right meme alleging a Jewish conspiracy to poison the West and undermine its cultural values); and the Frankfurt School (predominantly Jewish philosophers of cultural Marxism, exiled by the Nazis to America, where according to conspiracy theorists they worked to destroy capitalism by changing cultural values). Full text.
Margulies, Ben. “Why Europe should worry about Thierry Baudet.” LSE EUROPP – European Politics and Policy Blog, April 24, 2019. Full text.
“Matteo Salvini’s improbable dream of a pan-European nationalist alliance.” The Economist, Apr 11, 2019. On Salvini’s announcement of the formation of the European Alliance for People and Nations, a new, nativist bloc in the next European Parliament. Excerpt.
Matthews, Philip. “Radical losers and lone wolves: What drives the alt-right?” Stuff.co.nz, Mar. 23, 2019. Full text.
McCann, Craig. “Liam Neeson And The Prevalence Of Racial Stereotyping.” Rantt, March 2, 2019. Full text.
McCord, Mary B., and Jason M. Blazakis. “A Road Map for Congress to Address Domestic Terrorism.” Lawfare, February 27, 2019. Congressional hearings, legislation, and oversight as proposed means to begin to counter the domestic terrorist threat. Full text.
Metzl, Jonathan M. “It’s time to talk about being white in America.” The Washington Post, April 29, 2019. Full text.
Miller-Idriss, Cynthia. “The Global Rise of Right-Wing Extremism.” News, College of Arts & Sciences, American University, Washington, DC., April 3, 2019. Full text.
Miller-Idriss, Cynthia, and Hilary Pilkington. “Women are joining the far right – we need to understand why.” The Guardian, 24 Jan. 2019. Full text.
Mudde, Cas. “Reading List: 10 Recommended Reads on the Contemporary Far Right and Populism.” LSE Review of Books, March 5, 2019. A reading list of 10 books on the contemporary far right and populism written and edited by women scholars. Full text and here.
Mudde, Cas. “Will the radical right consolidate power in the heart of the EU this year?” The Guardian, 11 Jan. 2019. Full text.
Mughal, Sajda. “We’re often told Islamophobia has no place in British society – so why does it keep rearing its ugly head?” The Independent, 14 April 2019. Full text.
Munn, Luke. “Algorithmic Hate: Brenton Tarrant and the Dark Social Web.” VOX-Pol Blog, April 3, 2019. Full text.
Murdoch, Simon. “Identitarianism: The Inherently Dangerous Ideology that Influenced the Christchurch Killer.” HOPE not hate Right Response, 22 March 2019. Full text.
Murray, Douglas. “The Scruton tapes: an anatomy of a modern hit job.” The Spectator, 27 April 2019. Full text.
Neiwert, David. “The new age of chain terrorism: White far-right killers are inspiring each other sequentially.” Daily Kos, April 29, 2019. Full text.
Network Contagion Research Institute and ADL’s Center on Extremism. “When Twitter Bans Extremists, GAB Puts Out the Welcome Mat.” ADL Blog, March 11, 2019. Full text.
Neumann, Peter R. “Christchurch and the rise of the far right.” The Washington Post, March 19, 2019. Full text.
O’Malley, Nick. “‘Unprecedented’ surge of online extremism after Christchurch.” The Sydney Morning Herald, April 21, 2019. Mentions accelerationism; Fraser Anning (Australian senator who blamed Muslims for the Christchurch attack); Anders Breivik (Norwegian terrorist attacker); Gab (alternative, free-speech-purposed social media platform); Minds (alternative, free-speech-purposed social media platform); the Quebec City mosque shooting; Stormfront (online forum for right-wing extremists); Vanguard News Network (VNN) (online forum for right-wing extremists); and white supremacists. Full text.
Orr, Caroline. “How far-right extremists rebrand to evade Facebook’s ban.” National Observer, May 10, 2019. Full text.
Owen, Tess. “White Nationalists from Around the World Are Meeting in Finland. Here’s What You Need to Know.” VICE News, Apr. 4, 2019. On the second annual “Awakening” conference, to be held in Turku. Mentions American Renaissance (a white supremacist online magazine); Atomwaffen (violent neo-Nazi group); Azov (the National Corps’s paramilitary wing); Anders Breivik (Norwegian killer of 77 people in Norway in 2011); Renaud Camus (far-right writer and the source of the idea of “The Great Replacement”); the Christchurch mosque shooting; “Fjordman” (Peder Are Nøstvold Jensen) (a Norweigan blogger and author cited in the manifesto of Anders Breivik); “The Great Replacement” (the alleged Christchurch shooter’s manifesto); “Identitarian” movement; Martin Lichtmesz (an Austrian publisher, writer and translator of far-right propaganda, and publisher of “Fjordman”); Kevin MacDonald (American anti-Semitic white nationalist and retired psychology professor); Fródi Midjord (a white nationalist from the Faroe Islands and the organizer of Scandza Forum); “Millennial Woes” (Scottish alt-right YouTube vlogger); the National Corps (a Ukranian ultranationalist far-right group); “normalizing nationalism”; the Occidental Quarterly (a white nationalist online magazine whose mission is to defend “the cultural, ethnic, and racial interests of Western European people”); Andrew Oneschuk (member of Atomwaffen who was murdered by a fellow member); Red Ice TV (far-right Sweden-based YouTube channel); Rise Above Movement (RAM) (a violent white supremacist fight club); Scandza Forum (an annual alt-right conference in Stockholm); Olena Semenyaka (international secretary for the National Corps’s political wing); Jared Taylor (the anti-immigrant founder of American Renaissance; banned from most of the EU until 2021); the white nationalist movement; and white supremacists. Full text.
Pardos-Prado, Sergi. “Spain finally has a radical-right party in parliament. Why did it take so long?” The Washington Post, May 10, 2019. On the entry of Vox, a radical-right party, into parliament. Full text.
Perry, Barbara J. “Far-right extremism in Canada: are we in denial?” NOW Magazine, April 22, 2019. Full text.
Plattner, Georg. “The Radical Right Chewbacca Defence: Why it does not matter if the radical right is lying to the working class that voted them into power.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, April 20, 2019. Full text.
Portes, Jonathan. “Scruton is part of an intellectual culture giving respectability to racism.” politics.co.uk, 25 April 2019. Full text.
Potok, Mark. “Aided By Trump, The Radical Right Resurrects Agenda 21 Conspiracy Theory.” Rantt, February 26, 2019. Full text.
Potok, Mark. “Downplaying The Threat Of White Supremacy, Trump Admin Cries ‘Eco-Terrorism.'” Rantt, March 27, 2019. Full text.
Provost, Claire, and Adam Ramsay. “Revealed: the Trump-linked ‘Super PAC’ working behind the scenes to drive Europe’s voters to the far right.” openDemocracy, 25 April 2019. On CitizenGo, a Madrid-based campaign group. Full text.
Raik, Kristi. “The rise of Estonia’s radical right.” Estonian World, February 26, 2019. Full text.
Ravndal, Jacob Aasland. “Right-wing terrorism and violence may actually have declined.” The Washington Post, April 2, 2019. Mentions four data sets: the Global Terrorism Database (GTD), Europol’s annual Terrorism Situation & Trend Report (TE-SAT), the United States Extremist Crime Database (ECDB), and the Right-Wing Terrorism and Violence in Western Europe (RTV) data set. Also mentions anti-immigrant parties; definition of right-wing violence; Identitarians; the March 15 terrorist attack in Christchurch, New Zealand; “metapolitical activism” (Identitarian strategy aimed at generating societal change by changing how people think about contested issues); and neo-Nazi skinheads. Full text.
Ravndal, Jacob Aasland. “The Dark Web Enabled the Christchurch Killer. The attack in New Zealand was inspired in part by the Norwegian mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik, but the real threat is lone wolves lurking in the far corners of the Internet.” Foreign Policy, March 16, 2019. Full text.
“The rise of the far-right has been ignored for too long.” Financial Times, March 15, 2019. Full text.
Robins-Early, Nick. “How Far-Right Extremists Abroad Have Adopted Trump’s Symbols As Their Own.” HuffPost, April 6, 2019. Mentions Alternative For Germany (German anti-immigrant party); Alexandre Bissonnette (Quebec City mosque killer); Christchurch, New Zealand, terror attack; the Christchurch attacker’s manifesto; Confederate flags; “88” (far-right extremist symbol for “Heil Hitler”); “invasion” (Trump’s description of immigration); “Kekistan” flag (alt-right symbol); League party (Italian far-right party); Tommy Robinson (British anti-Muslim activist); Matteo Salvini (leader of the League party); George Soros conspiracy theories; Donald Trump; the Unite The Right rally (Charlottesville’s white nationalist rally); Beatrix Von Storch (deputy leader of Alternative For Germany); white nationalist movement; Geert Wilders (Islamophobic Dutch politician); and World Coalition Against Islam (Canadian anti-Muslim extremist group). Full text.
Rone, Julia. “Why talking about ‘disinformation’ misses the point when considering radical right ‘alternative’ media.” LSE Media Policy Project, January 3, 2019. Full text.
Rosenberg, Paul. “A user’s guide to ‘Cultural Marxism’: Anti-Semitic conspiracy theory, reloaded.” Salon.com, May 5, 2019. Mentions the accused Poway Chabad terrorist; Theodor Adorno [one of the leading Frankfurt theorists]; the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC); Louis Beam (Ku Klux Klan member and popularizer of the idea of “leaderless resistance”); John Boyd (William Lind’s mentor); Andrew Breitbart; Anders Breivik (killer of 77 people in Norway in 2011); David Brooks; Pat Buchanan; the Center for Cultural Conservatism (a subsidiary of FCF, headed by William Lind); the Council for National Policy; the Council of Conservative Citizens (white supremacist group); “cultural Marxism” (conspiracy theory about Marxism translated from economic into cultural terms” by the Frankfurt School); Robert Lewis Dabney (19th-century anti-egalitarian pastor and theologian); The Death of the West (Pat Buchanan); fourth-generation warfare; the Frankfurt School (an alleged cabal of Jewish intellectual émigrés from Nazi Germany who created “cultural Marxism”); the Free Congress Foundation (FCF); the Heritage Foundation; Hitler; David Horowitz; Lyndon LaRouche (cult figure and conspiracy theorist who veered from left-wing sectarianism to right-wing Messianism); “leaderless resistance” (a strategy of uncoordinated attacks against the federal government or an occupational government which are carried out by autonomous, anonymous cells); William Lind (the paleoconservative activist who coined the term “cultural Marxism”); Herbert Marcuse [one of the leading Frankfurt theorists]; Michael Minnicino (author of “New Dark Age: Frankfurt School and Political Correctness”; the Moral Majority; Howard Phillips (a close ally of Paul Weyrich); The Protocols of the Elders of Zion; Michael Savage; “scripted violence” (violence dictated from above but with plausible deniability); Donald Trump; The Turner Diaries (white race-war fantasy); Victoria (William Lind’s white race-war fantasy that builds on the “cultural Marxism” myth); and Paul Weyrich (American right figure who co-founded the Heritage Foundation and other organizations). Full text.
Ross, Alexander Reid. “Apocalypse in America: The Smell of Fascism in the pro-Trump QAnon Conspiracy.” Haaretz, Jan. 7, 2019. Excerpt.
Ross, Alexander Reid. “Steve Bannon’s Fascist Far Right Christian Army Is Marching on Liberal Europe – and on the Pope.” Haaretz, Apr. 22, 2019. Excerpt.
Rubin, Jennifer. “Coddling white nationalists has deadly consequences.” The Washington Post, April 29, 2019. Full text.
Sallamaa, Daniel. “The Extraparliamentary Far-right and Opponents of Immigration in Present-day Finland.” “Right Now!” blog, C-REX – Center for Research on Extremism, Feb. 8, 2019. Full text.
Savoulian, Rupen. “Cultural Marxism – the delusional conspiracy theory motivating the Alt-Right.” Antipodean Atheist, January 20, 2019. Mentions alt-right; anti-immigration; anti-multiculturalism; anti-Semitism; Mikhail Bakunin (anarchist leader); Anders Breivik (Norwegian ultra-right terrorist); Pat Buchanan (advocate for the radical Right); cultural Marxism (a conspiracy theory alleging a plot by multiple non-white and non-Christian forces to sabotage and overthrow white, Western Christian civilisation); the Frankfurt School (a grouping of German Jewish intellectuals believed by the alt-right to be intent on subverting capitalist civilisation through the propagation of Marxist and feminist doctrines); Pauline Hanson (One Nation leader); “Judeo-Bolshevism” (a myth propagated by the Nazi movement alleging a secretive grouping of Jews operating to overthrow capitalist society from within); Mark Latham (advocate for One Nation); William Lind (advocate for the radical Right); and One Nation (racist Australian group). Full text and here (shorter version).
Savoulian, Rupen. “The ultra-right terrorist threat, race war, and moving into the mainstream.” Antipodean Atheist, March 7, 2019. Full text.
Schultheis, Emily. “How the Far Right Weaponized Europe’s Interior Ministries to Block Refugees.” The Atlantic, Mar. 14, 2019. Full text.
Selim, George. “White supremacist terror is rising, and Trump’s policies kneecap our ability to fight back.” USA Today, April 26, 2019. Full text.
Shafak, Elif. “To understand the far right, look to their bookshelves.” The Guardian, 1 Apr. 2019. On the emergence of a radical right-wing intelligentsia and their rewriting of history. Mentions Alternative for Germany (German far-right party); Camp of the Saints (Jean Raspail’s 1973 novel that describes the collapse of western civilisation at the hands of “brown people”); Renaud Camus (French novelist and essayist); Germany Abolishes Itself (Thilo Sarrazin’s 2010 book arguing that Muslim immigrants are less intelligent than Germans); “the great replacement” (Renaud Camus’s thesis that there is a “white genocide” at work); Hostile Takeover (Thilo Sarrazin’s 2018 anti-Muslim book); Ewa Kurek (anti-Semitic Polish historian); Marine Le Pen; the Oklahoma City bombing of 1995; the Order (a white nationalist group that murdered Alan Berg in 1984); Jordan Peterson (right-wing Canadian clinical psychologist); Son of the Nation (Jean-Marie Le Pen’s memoir); The Turner Diaries (W.L. Pierce’s dystopian novel regarded as the bible of the far right); and the Unite the White Rally (Charlottesville, Virginia, 2017). Full text.
Slobodian, Quinn. “Why is the far right obsessed with gold?” New Statesman, 6 March 2019. Full text.
Speri, Alice. “Fear of a Black Homeland. The Strange Tale of the FBI’s Fictional ‘Black Identity Extremism’ Movement.” The Intercept, March 23, 2019. Part of the series “The Threat Within.” Full text.
Stancil, Jordan. “Austria’s Far-Right Government Wants to Hobble Critical Media.” The Nation, May 3, 2019. Mentions Freedom Party (FPÖ) (Austrian far-right party); Identitarian movement (extreme-right group with links to the FPÖ); Sebastian Kurz (Austrian chancellor); People’s Party (ÖVP) (Austrian conservative party); “population replacement”; Heinz-Christian Strache (Austria’s vice chancellor and FPÖ leader); Der Stürmer (Nazi magazine); and Harald Vilimsky (FPÖ candidate in the European parliamentary elections). Full text.
Starr, Stephen. “Meeting the Michigan Militia: ‘There’s no middle ground anymore.'” Irish Times, April 1, 2019. Mentions Timothy McVeigh (Oklahoma City bomber); Michigan Militia (a collective of well-armed, locally-organised militia units); Michigan Militia’s handbook; nativism; Oklahoma City bombing (1995); Norm Olson (founder of the Michigan Militia); Ruby Ridge (the government siege near Naples, Idaho, in 1992); survivalism; the Tea Party movement; the Tree of Life synagogue massacre in Pittsburgh; Donald Trump; the Unite the Right rally (Charlottesville, Virginia, August 2017); Waco (the government siege of the Branch Davidians compound near Waco, Texas, in 1993); and white supremacy. Full text.
Sternhell, Zeev. “Why Benjamin Netanyahu Loves the European Far-Right.” Foreign Policy, February 24, 2019. Full text.
Stocker, Paul. “Britain’s radical right in the EU elections.” openDemocracy, 30 April 2019. Mentions Gerard Batten (anti-Islamist Ukip leader); Carl Benjamin (aka Sargon of Akkad) (UK MEP candidate); Brexit; Brexit Party (recently founded UK radical right party); British National Party (BNP) (UK extremist party); Euroscepticism; Nigel Farage (British Brexit Party leader and former Ukip leader); Mark Meechan (aka Count Dankula) (UK MEP candidate); Tommy Robinson (English Defence League founder and Ukip ‘advisor’ on ‘Muslim grooming gangs’); and Ukip (UK radical right party). Full text and here.
Stone, Dan. “A pan-European radical right – contradiction in terms?” openDemocracy, 10 April 2019. Full text.
Strickland, Patrick. “White Nationalism Is an International Threat.” The New Republic, March 15, 2019. Mentions the alt-right; Fraser Anning (Islamophobic Australia Senator); Robert Bowers (white nationalist and Pittsburgh synagogue killer); Anders Breivik (Norwegian mass murderer); David Duke (former Ku Klux Klan leader); the “Fourteen Words” (a white nationalist mantra coined by David Lane); Golden Dawn (violent Greek neo-Nazi outfit); Islamophobia; Gavin McInnes (former Proud Boys leader); Viktor Orbán (Hungary’s far-right Prime Minister); refugee and migrant “invasion” (conspiracy theory); Tommy Robinson (U.K. Islamophobe); Dylann Roof (American white nationalist and Charleston, South Carolina, killer); Brenton Tarrant (alleged Christchurch attacker); Tarrant’s manifesto; Donald Trump; white identity; and white nationalism. Full text.
Stuchbery, Mike. “A spike in far right radicalisation should terrify us – here’s how to stop it in its tracks.” The Independent, 5 February 2019. Full text.
Sunshine, Spencer. “Alt Right and Far Right Mobilization in 2018: A Timeline.” Political Research Associates, Jan. 2019. Full text.
Tait, Joshua. “Fascism is from the Right.” Arc Digital, Apr. 5, 2019. Mentions Anatomy of Fascism (Paxton); Steve Bannon; Norberto Bobbio (Italian philosopher); Jair Bolsonaro; William F. Buckley; James Burnham (right-wing theorist); The Doctrine of Fascism (Italian manifesto); Friedrich Hayek (libertarian economist); Hierarchy (Mussolini’s fascist journal); Willmoore Kendall (right-wing theorist); Steve King; Oswald Mosley (founder of the British Union of Fascists); George Nash (historian of American conservatism); National Review; Robert Paxton (historian of fascism); George Lincoln Rockwell (founder of the American Nazi Party); Richard Spencer (alt-right provocateur); Suicide of the West (Burnham); Donald Trump; and the Unite the Right rally at Charlottesville. Full text.
Tenold, Vegas. “The neo-Nazi plot against America is much bigger than we realize.” The Guardian, 3 Mar. 2019. Full text.
Tharoor, Ishaan. “The warped history that fuels right-wing terrorism.” The Washington Post, March 22, 2019. Mentions the Balkans as an alleged fault line between Islam and the West; the Battle of Vienna (1683) (a battle against the Ottomans waged by multicultural armies, not by the united Christian armies of Europe as in the Western nationalist telling of it); Anders Breivik (Norwegian terrorist who killed 77 in 2011); “clash of civilizations”; Radovan Karadzic (Bosnian Serb political leader accused of atrocities against Bosnian Muslims in the 1990s); Viktor Orbán (Hungarian Prime Minister); Brenton Tarrant (suspected white supremacist New Zealand mosque killer); Donald Trump; and white supremacists. Full text and here and here.
Thomas, Mark L. “Fascism in Europe today.” International Socialism 162 (18 April 2019). Full text.
Thorleifsson, Cathrine. “Jordan Peterson – reluctant darling of the radical right?” openDemocracy, 6 February 2019. Full text.
Thorleifsson, Cathrine. “Lone actors with shared ideas.” openDemocracy, 25 March 2019. Mentions Anders Behring Breivik (Norwegian terrorist); 8chan; “ethnic genocide”; the Eurabia conspiracy theory of the Islamisation of Europe; the “great replacement” (the title of Tarrant’s manifesto and the notion that large numbers of immigrants would lead to an imminent demographic extinction); the alleged Islamification of Europe; Islamophobia; Jobbik (Hungarian far right party); kuruck.info (Hungarian racist and conspiratorial far-right news portal); the Muslim “invasion” of Europe (a far right trope); Viktor Orbán; race war; Brenton Tarrant (self-declared eco-fascist and white nationalist and alleged Christchurch mass murderer); and white supremacy. Full text.
Thorwaldsson, Karl-Petter. “Why income inequality is bad for the climate.” World Economic Forum, 29 Jan. 2019. Full text.
Torreblanca, José Ignacio. “Spain’s election and the temptation of yielding to the far-right.” European Council on Foreign Relations, 2 May 2019. Full text.
Toube, David. “It’s not just Brexit that feeds the UK’s far right.” CNN, January 23, 2019. Full text.
Townsend, Mark. “Rise in UK use of far-right online forums as anti-Muslim hate increases.” The Guardian, 16 Mar. 2019. Full text.
Tyson, Ann Scott, and Sara Miller Llana. “Christchurch brings global white supremacist threat into sharp relief.” Christian Science Monitor, March 22, 2019. Full text.
Valencia-García, Louie Dean. “The Ethics of Consuming Fascism.” Fair Observer, February 8, 2019. Full text.
Valentim, Vicente. “How the electoral success of radical right parties normalises public expressions of support for them.” LSE EUROPP – European Politics and Policy Blog, January 22, 2019. Full text.
Veilleux-LePage, Yannick David, and Emil Archambault. “La CAQ, La Meute and Bill 21.” openDemocracy, 2 May 2019. On proposed Bill 21 of the Coalition Avenir Québec (CAQ) government, which would bar civil servants in ‘authority’ from wearing religious symbols at work. Full text.
Vidgen, Bertie, and Taha Yasseri. “How we built a tool that detects the strength of Islamophobic hate speech on Twitter.” The Conversation, January 2, 2019. On the use of a supervised machine learning classifier to detect weak and strong Islamophobic hate speech in 45 far-right Twitter accounts. Full text.
Ward, Justin. “Race war preppers. Inside the private chats of The Base, a Neo-Nazi survivalist network gearing up for racial armageddon.” Medium, Jan. 7, 2019. Mentions accelerationism (the hastening of events so as to drive radicalization and insurrection and lead to collapse of the “System”); all-white ethnostate in the Pacific Northwest; the alt-right; Atomwaffen Division; the Base (a nascent white separatist network, launched in June 2018); Robert Bowers (Pittsburgh synagogue shooter); The Brigade (2007 novel by Harold Covington); Richard Butler (Aryan Nations leader); Harold Covington (Northwest Front leader and author of neo-Nazi speculative fiction); Gab (alt-right Twitter alternative); “Guerrilla Warfare Theory” (Norman Spear’s series of short videos laying out his grand strategy); Ted Kaczynski (the Unabomber); “Lone Wolf Radio” (podcast hosted by Chris White); James Mason (militant Neo-Nazi propagandist); Timothy McVeigh (Oklahoma City bomber); National Socialist Liberation Front (group with a decentralized model of leaderless resistance); the Northwest Front; the Northwest Territorial Imperative (or “the Butler Plan”) (the dream of a white nationalist “homeland” in the Pacific Northwest); Oklahoma City Bombing; The Order (Neo-Nazi terrorist group); race war; Norman Spear (alias of the founder and de facto leader of the Base); the “System” (a/k/a the “Zionist Occupation Government,” or ZOG); Traditionalist Workers Party; the Tree of Life synagogue massacre (Oct. 27, 2018); the Unite the Right rally; Chris White (radio host and British sympathizer of the white separatist group the Northwest Front); “white genocide.” Full text.
Weill, Kelly. “Neo-Folk Has a Nazi Problem.” Daily Beast, Apr. 5, 2019. Mentions Atomwaffen (murderous neo-Nazi group); Death in June (neo-folk band which uses fascist iconography); “Euro-Fest 2003” (a Nazi jamboree organized by the National Alliance); Hitler Youth; Horna (a black metal band from Finland with ties to NSBM bands); National Alliance (neo-Nazi group); National Socialist Black Metal (NSBM) (a subgenre of black metal); Night of the Long Knives (a 1934 Nazi purge to eliminate possible rivals to Adolf Hitler); William Pierce (founder of the National Alliance); Pittsburgh synagogue massacre; the Unite the Right rally at Charlottesville; white power skinhead movement; and white supremacists. Full text.
Weisskircher, Manès. “The European Parliament elections: Trouble in paradise for Austria’s right-wing government?” LSE EUROPP – European Politics and Policy Blog, February 25, 2019. Full text.
Weisskircher, Manès. “Understanding Gauland – how to think about radical right leadership.” openDemocracy, 25 February 2019. Full text.
“White Supremacists Embrace ‘Accelerationism.'” Anti-Defamation League Blog, April 16, 2019. Mentions accelerationism (the extremist belief that setting off a chain of destabilizing societal reactions can be a useful tool for motivating more reticent white supremacists); Atomwaffen (white supremacist group which articulates a white supremacist ideology rooted in nihilism and accelerationist beliefs); The Base (white supremacist group); Fascist Forge (an online hate forum); imminent “genocide” of the white race; Krokodil (Fascist Forge poster); Timothy McVeigh (Oklahoma City bomber); Siege (a neo-Nazi compilation of essays by James Mason); Brenton Tarrant (the alleged perpetrator of the mosque massacres in New Zealand); the Tree of Life shooting; The Turner Diaries (book by William Pierce which advocates political terror); Roman Wolf (The Base’s self-described communications specialist and recruiter); and ZOG (Zionist Occupied Government) (anti-Semitic conspiracy of Jewish control). Full text.
“Why white nationalist terrorism is a global threat.” The Economist, Mar 21, 2019. Full text (for subscribers).
Wiggen, Mette. “The Far Left Is on the Rise in Norway.” Fair Observer, April 11, 2019. Full text.
Williams, Clive. “The shape of far-right extremism in Australia.” The Strategist (Australian Strategic Policy Institute), 21 Mar 2019. Full text.
Williams, Zoe. “Mainstream conservatives are weakening defence against extremism.” The New European, 8 February 2019. Full text.
Wilson, Jason. “Eco-fascism is undergoing a revival in the fetid culture of the extreme right.” The Guardian, 19 Mar. 2019. Full text.
Wilson, Jason. “‘Senseless hate’: the far right’s deep roots in southern California.” The Guardian, 5 May 2019. Mentions the “alt right”; Atomwaffen Division (militant neo-Nazi group); Californians for Population Stabilization (anti-immigrant group in Santa Barbara); the David Horowitz Freedom Foundation (Los Angeles); Identity Evropa (IE) (militant anti-immigration group); Jihad Watch (anti-Muslim group in Sherman Oaks); the John Birch Society (JBS) (conspiracy-minded anticommunist group); Ku Klux Klan; Tom Metzger (founder of the White Aryan Resistance); Kevin McDonald (editor of the Occidental Observer); Patriot Prayer (far-right group); the Poway synagogue shooting; the Proud Boys (far-right group); the Rise Above Movement (RAM) (violent rightwing California-based group); Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia; Robert Welch (JBS founder); “white identity”; Samuel Woodward (murderer of Blaze Bernstein and a member of Atomwaffen Division); and “you will not replace us” (Unite the Right rally slogan). Full text.
Wilson, Josh. “Islamophobia has ‘seeped into the public consciousness’ as British Far-Right movement grows, polling shows.” The Telegraph, 25 March 2019. Excerpt.
Withers, Rachel. “In Australia, Anti-Immigrant Racism Is Everywhere.” Slate, March 15, 2019. Mentions the alt-right; Fraser Anning (racist Australian senator); Blair Cottrell (Hitler fan); the Dingoes (anti-Semitic Australian online group); “final solution” (Fraser Anning’s proposal to ban Muslim immigration); “The Great Replacement” (Brenton Tarrant’s manifesto); Mark Latham (a One Nation candidate and Dingoes’ podcast guest); Stefan Molyneux (Canadian alt-right figure); the National Front (New Zealand far-right group); One Nation (racist Australian party); New Zealand First party (anti-immigration party); Winston Peters (New Zealand First party leader); Jordan Peterson (Canadian alt-right figure); Lauren Southern (Canadian alt-right figure); Soros conspiracy theories; Brenton Tarrant (alleged New Zealand mosque shooter); white supremacy; Milo Yiannopoulos. Full text.
Wood, Andrew. “The American Roots of a Right-Wing Conspiracy.” Commune, 20 Mar. 2019. On the American origins of the theory of “cultural Marxism” in Lyndon LaRouche’s left-wing sectarian view of the Frankfurt School as a secret brainwashing operation for the CIA. Mentions Anders Behring Breivik (Norwegian far-right terrorist); Pat Buchanan (paleoconservative politician); COINTELPRO (Counter Intelligence Program) (the FBI’s counterrevolutionary campaign to infiltrate, derail, and neutralize radical and subversive political organizations between 1956 and 1971); “Cultural Marxism” (right-wing conspiracy theory alleging that Frankfurt School theorists, such as Theodor Adorno, Erich Fromm, and Herbert Marcuse, emigrated to the United States of America in the 1930s to implant the “Marxist” ideologies of political correctness, multiculturalism, and feminism); Executive Intelligence Review (EIR) (a LaRouche magazine); David Horowitz (American right figure and New Left apostate); Lyndon LaRouche (notorious Trotskyist-turned-fascist cult leader); William S. Lind (Free Congress Foundation paleoconservative and popularizer of the “Cultural Marxism” conspiracy theory); Michael J. Minnicino (author of “The New Dark Age: The Frankfurt School and Political Correctness”); The National Caucus of Labor Committees (NCLC) (LaRouche’s organization); Brenton Tarrant (the eco-fascist who carried out a terrorist attack on a mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand); 2083—A European Declaration of Independence (Breivik’s manifesto blaming “Cultural Marxism” for the mass migration of Muslims into mainland Europe); Michael A. Walsh (conservative music critic); and Paul Weyrich (Free Congress Foundation paleoconservative and popularizer of the “Cultural Marxism” conspiracy theory). Full text.
Woods, Mike. “The vested interests of the UK’s Yellow Vests.” RFI, 9 January 2019. On “Yellow Vests UK” demonstrator and Tommy Robinson supporter James Goddard and the “Yellow Vests UK” members’ alleged current or past links with far-right groups including the English Defence League, Britain First, and the anti-Islam Pegida movement. Full text and audio interview with Chris Allen.
Wren-Lewis, Simon. “A partisan media is fuelling far-right extremism — we need to wake up.” New Statesman, 9 April 2019. On the powerful influence of mainstream media on the political fringe. Full text.
Younge, Gary. “White supremacy feeds on mainstream encouragement. That has to stop.” The Guardian, 5 Apr. 2019. Full text.
TIMELINES AND CHRONOLOGIES
DICTIONARIES, GLOSSARIES, AND LEXICONS
Aaronson, Trevor, and Margot Williams. “The Threat Within Dataset.” Right-wing and eco databases that identify, respectively, crimes that appear to have met the Patriot Act definition of domestic terrorism, and cases that were prosecuted under the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act or its precursor, or described publicly by the Justice Department as domestic terrorism. Databases.
Döring, Holger, and Sven Regel. Party Facts: A database of political parties worldwide. Database.
Ravndal, Jacob Aasland. “Right-wing terrorism and violence in Western Europe: the RTV dataset.” C-REX – Center for Research on Extremism, 2019. The RTV dataset documents right-wing terrorism and violence in Western Europe between 1990 and 2015. Dataset.
MAPS, CHARTS, AND INFOGRAPHICS
Cai, Weiyi, and Simone Landon. “Attacks by White Extremists Are Growing. So Are Their Connections.” The New York Times, April 3, 2019. Full text with infographics.
“Map of White Supremacist Flyering in the U.S.” Southern Poverty Law Center, Jan. 2019. Map.
POWERPOINT AND GOOGLE SLIDES
Squire, Megan. “Unite the Right” Pre-Event Marketing Examples. Flyers collected online June 2017-current. Slide show.
VIDEOS AND PODCASTS
Asthana, Anushka, and Peter Walker. “How Ukip embraced the far right.” The Guardian, 22 January 2019. Podcast.
Gross, Terry. “Author Says New Zealand Massacre Points To A Global Resurgence Of ‘Extremism.'” Fresh Air, NPR, March 25, 2019. An interview with J.M. Berger, author of the book Extremism and co-author of Isis: The State of Terror. Podcast and transcription of interview highlights.
“Lone-actor terrorists, a behavioural analysis.” Nine To Noon, RNZ, 2 April 2019. Interview with Paul Gill about his research on lone-actor terrorism and the Grievance Project. Podcast.
Millar, Lisa. “Australia’s alt-right is fighting a cultural battle to ‘radicalise’ the political narrative, expert says.” The World Today (Australian Broadcasting Corporation), 18 Apr 2019. An interview with Jordan McSweeney. Podcast.
Mulhall, Joe. “An Interview with Dave Renton about the Anti Nazi League, RAR and the Smashing of the National Front.” Hope Not Hate, February 1, 2019. Podcast.
“Out-Organizing Racists: ROAR Conference 2019 + Spencer Sunshine on Fascism.” The Final Straw Radio, Apr. 14, 2019. A conversation with Spencer Sunshine. Podcast.
“3 Ways the Far-Right has Changed – and How We Can Fight Back.” David Renton, author of The New Authoritarians: Convergence on the Right (2019), outlines three key ways in which right-wing politics is shifting across the globe: (1) a growing internationalism; (2) a convergence between the far-right and the mainstream right; and (3) a partial disavowal of fascism. Pluto Press, 2019. Video.
Wodak, Ruth, and Luke Cooper. “Britain Alone: The self-inflicted darkest hour.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, April 16, 2019. Full text.