Author: Eviane Leidig

CARR Research Insight Series: Confronting the Rise of Eco-Fascism Means Grappling with Complex Systems

Confronting the Rise of Eco-Fascism Means Grappling with Complex Systems Alexander Reid Ross and Emmi Bevensee     In the third CARR Research Insight, Alexander Reid Ross and Emmi Bevensee explore historical and contemporary forms of eco-fascism.   Abstract: The white-supremacist Christchurch and El Paso shooter who he influenced both promoted ecological and anti-imperialist tropes… Continue reading “CARR Research Insight Series: Confronting the Rise of Eco-Fascism Means Grappling with Complex Systems”

CARR Research Insight Series: The Emotional Underpinnings of Populist Radical Right Mobilization

The Emotional Underpinnings of Radical Right Populist Mobilization: Explaining the Protracted Success of Radical Right-Wing Parties Hans-Georg Betz   In the second CARR Research Insight, Hans-Georg Betz considers the success of radical right-wing populist parties in Western Europe. Many of which were once considered ‘flash’ parties, they are now part of the political establishment. Betz… Continue reading “CARR Research Insight Series: The Emotional Underpinnings of Populist Radical Right Mobilization”