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Albright, Madeleine. Fascism: A Warning.  New York: HarperCollins Publishers, 2018

Balleck, Barry J. Modern American Extremism and Domestic Terrorism: An Encyclopedia of Extremists and Extremist Groups. Santa Barbara, California: ABC-CLIO, 2018.  Entries on Alt-Right Movement; American Border Patrol/American Patrol; American Freedom Party; American Jihadist Terror Attacks; American Nazi Party; American Patriot Party; American Renaissance; Anarchist Cookbook; Animal Liberation Front; Anti~Defamation League; Antifascist Movement (Antifa); Anti-Government Movement Guidebook; Anti-LGBT Movement; Army of God; Aryan Nations; Steve Bannon; Gordon Baum; Henry Lamont “Mike” Beach; Louis Beam; Don Black; Black Muslims; Black Nationalism; Black Panther Party; Black Separatists; Boston Marathon Bombing; Lieutenant General William G. “Jerry” Boykin (Ret.); Breitbart News; Peter Brimelow; Bundy Ranch Standoff; Richard Butler; Paul Cameron; Willis Carto; Boyd Cathey; Center for Immigration Studies; Center for Security Policy; Christian Identity; Barbara Coe; Colorado Theater Shooting; Columbine High School Shooting; Common-Law Court Movement; Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association; Constitutional Township of Tigerton Dells; Council of Conservative Citizens; Covenant, Sword, and Arm of the Lord; Creativity Movement; Cyberhate; Byron De La Beckwith; Robert DePugh; David Duke; Earth Liberation Front; Eric “The Butcher” Fairburn; Family Research Council; Family Research Institute; Joseph Francis Farah; Louis Farrakhan; Federation for American Immigration Reform; Robert “LaVoy” Finicum; Focus on the Family; Fort Hood Shooting; Fourteen Words; Paul Fromm; April Gaede; Frank Gaffney, Jr.; William Potter Gale; Pamela Geller; Erich Gliebe; Linda Gottfredson; Michael Griffin; Bo Gritz; Morris Gulett; Matt Hale; Henry Harpending; Matthew Heimbach; Michael Hill; Holocaust Denial; Institute for Historical Review; David Irving; Arthur Jensen; Jewish Defense League; John Birch Society; William Daniel Johnson; Alex Jones; Meir David Kahane; Gordon Kahl; August Kreis; Ku Klux Klan; Land Seizure Movement; David Lane; Gary “Gerhard” Lauck; League of the South; Liberty Counsel; Liberty Lobby; Alex Linder; Kevin MacDonald; Malcolm X; Malheur National Wildlife Refuge Standoff; Bob Mathews; McCarthyism; Tom Metzger; Michigan Militia; Militia Movement; Militia of Montana; Frazier Glenn Miller; Monkeywrenching; Montana Freemen; Charles Murray; Nation of Islam; National Alliance; National Policy Institute; National Prayer Network; National Socialist Movement; National Vanguard; Neo-Confederates; Neo-Nazis; New Black Panther Party; New Century Foundation; Huey P. Newton; Oath Keepers; Occidental Observer; Oklahoma City Bombing; Operation Rescue; The Order; Orlando Nightclub Shooting; Paper Terrorism; Patriot Movement; Roger Pearson; Fred Phelps; William Pierce; Pioneer Fund; Posse Comitatus; Racist Skinheads; Elmer Stewart Rhodes; Thomas Robb; George Lincoln Rockwell; Kyle Rogers; Dylann Storm Roof; Ruby Ridge; Eric Robert Rudolph; Jean-Philippe Rushton; Sagebrush Rebellion; San Bernardino Shooting; Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting; Jeff Schoep; LeRoy Schweitzer; Bobby Seale; Second Amendment; Malik Zulu Shabazz; Southern Poverty Law Center; Sovereign Citizens Movement; Glenn Spencer; Richard Bertrand Spencer; Dan Stein; Thomas Stockheimer; Stormfront; Kevin Strom; Students for a Democratic Society; Tomislav Sunic; Symbionese Liberation Army; John Tanton; Jared Taylor; Tea Party Movement; Tenth Amendment Center; Three Percenters; John and David Trochmann; The Turner Diaries; Michael Brian Vanderboegh; Vanguard News Network; VDARE; Virginia Tech Shooting; Waco Standoff; Weather Underground; Randy Weaver; Mark Weber; White Aryan Resistance; White Lives Matter; White Nationalism; White Patriot Party; White Supremacist Movement; James Wickstrom; David Yerushalmi; Milo Yiannopoulos; and Ernst Zundel.

Bateman, David A., Ira Katznelson, and John S. Lapinski. Southern Nation: Congress and White Supremacy after Reconstruction. Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press; New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 2018

Beiner, Ronald.  Dangerous Minds: Nietzsche, Heidegger, and the Return of the Far Right.  Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2018

Belew, Kathleen.  Bring the War Home: The White Power Movement and Paramilitary America.  Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2018

Berger, J. M. Extremism. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 2018

Bergmann, Eirikur. Conspiracy & Populism: The Politics of Misinformation. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018. Chapter abstracts.

Boggs, Carl. Fascism Old and New: American Politics at the Crossroads. New York and London: Routledge, 2018. Chapter abstracts.

Bongiovanni, Francesco M. Europe and the End of the Age of Innocence. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018 [The Rise of Alternative Politics, 141-190].  Chapter abstract.

Boot, Max. The Corrosion of Conservatism: Why I Left the Right. New York: Liveright, 2018

Brooke, Nick. Terrorism and Nationalism in the United Kingdom: The Absence of Noise. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018. Chapter abstracts.

Burke, Kyle. Revolutionaries for the Right: Anticommunist Internationalism and Paramilitary Warfare in the Cold War. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2018

Can It Happen Here?: Authoritarianism in America. Edited by Cass R. Sunstein. New York: Dey Street Books, 2018.  Contents: The dictator’s handbook, US edition / Eric A. Posner — Constitutional rot / Jack M. Balkin — Could fascism come to America? / Tyler Cowen — Lessons from the American founding / Cass R. Sunstein — Beyond elections: foreign interference with American democracy / Samantha Power — Paradoxes of the Deep State / Jack Goldsmith — How we lost constitutional democracy / Tom Ginsburg and Aziz Huq — On “It can’t happen here” / Noah Feldman — Authoritarianism is not a momentary madness, but an eternal dynamic within liberal democracies / Karen Stenner and Jonathan Haidt — States of emergency / Bruce Ackerman — Another road to serfdom: cascading intolerance / Timur Kuran — The resistible rise of Louis Bonaparte / Jon Elster — Could mass detentions without process happen here? / Martha Minow — The commonsense presidency / Duncan J. Watts — Law and the slow-motion emergency / David A. Strauss — How democracies perish / Stephen Holmes — “It can’t happen here”: the lessons of history / Geoffrey R. Stone.

#Charlottesville: Before And Beyond. Ed. Christopher Howard-Woods, Colin Laidley, and Maryam Omidi. Public Seminar, 2018. Contents: Preface by Jeffrey C. Goldfarb and Claire Potter — Introduction by Christopher Howard-Woods — PART ONE — The Civil Rights Movement 2.0: A Message from the Vice Mayor of Charlottesville by Wes Bellamy — Charlottesville and Trump: David Duke Explains Neo-Nazi Violence to You by Jeffrey Isaac — Loss Beyond Destruction: Charlottesville Reveals the Failures of Loss by Jared Loggins — On Trump’s Response to Charlottesville: Political Encounters and Ideological Evasions by Leonard A. Williams — Subverting the Symbols of White Supremacy: The Wolf and the Fox by Keval Bhatt — Learning from Charlottesville Before and After “Unite the Right”: Misrepresentation, Misrecognition, and Statue Politics by Michael Weinman — What We Really Learned in Charlottesville: Finding a Way Forward by Andrew Boyer — Jefferson’s Two Bodies: Memory, Protest, and Democracy at the University of Virginia and Beyond by Isaac Ariail Reed — Is it Time for the Kneeling Freedman Statue to Go? Remolding our Political Aesthetics by Gordon Mantler — Aristotle on Charlottesville: ‘Mixed Actions’ and Exercising Judgement on Violence by Michael Weinman — Remembering Romanian Fascism; Worrying About America: Losing Our Moral Compass between Past and Future by Maria Bucur — Thinking After Charlottesville: A Meditation on More of the Same by Marcus McCullough — PART TWO — The False God of Nationalism by Vaughn A. Booker — Russia is Our Friend: The Alt-Right, Trump and the Transformation of the Republican Party by Sanford Schram — Being There, Separate and Unequal: Charlottesville in the Mediated Public Sphere by Jeffrey C. Goldfarb — The False Premises of Alt-Right Ideology: Academics Must Understand How the Alt-Right Sees the World if We Are to Resist It by Rachel McKinney — Prophets of Deceit: Post-Truth Politics and the Future of the Left by Nicholas Baer and Maggie Hennefeld — White Supremacy, Fear and the Crises of Legitimation: Reflections on the Mistrial in the Murder Case of Walter Scott and the Election of Donald Trump by Melvin Rogers — Authoritarianism and Civilization: Du Bois, Davis, and Trump by Neil Roberts — Sitting to Stand: Protest, Patriotism, and the Endurance of White Supremacy by Michael Sasha King — #BlackLivesMatter and the Democratic Necessity of Social Movements: What Active Citizenship Can Look Like and What it Can Accomplish by Deva Woodly — Escaping the Logic(s) of White Supremacy: The Practice of Oppositional Thought by Mitchell Kosters — The Capital that Made Capitalism by Julia Ott — Punching Nazis in the Face: A Philosopher Makes the Case for Violent Resistance by Eric Anthamatten.  Full text.

Choudhary, Sunil K.  The Changing Face of Parties and Party Systems: A Study of Israel and India.  Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018 [The Indian Right: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), 153-163]

A Companion to Nazi Germany. Ed. Shelley Baranowski, Armin Nolzen, and Claus-Christian W. Szejnmann. Wiley Blackwell, 2018

Cole, Mike. Trump, the Alt-Right and Public Pedagogies of Hate and for Fascism: What Is To Be Done? London and New York: Routledge, 2018. Introduction and references.

Davis, Steven. In Defense of Public Lands: The Case against Privatization and Transfer. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2018

Dietz, Bernhard.  Neo-Tories: The Revolt of British Conservatives against Democracy and Political Modernity (1929-1939).  London, New York, Oxford, New Delhi, Sydney: Bloomsbury Academic, May 31, 2018

Dodd, W. J. National Socialism and German Discourse: Unquiet Voices. Cham: Springer, 2018

Eatwell, Roger, and Matthew Goodwin. National Populism: The Revolt Against Liberal Democracy. London: Pelican, 2018

Eichengreen, Barry. The Populist Temptation: Economic Grievance and Political Reaction in the Modern Era. New York: Oxford University Press, 2018

Erbschloe, Michael. Extremist Propaganda in Social Media: A Threat to Homeland Security. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, eBook 2018; print 2019. Preview.

Expressions of Radicalization: Global Politics, Processes and Practices. Ed. Kristian Steiner and Andreas Önnerfors. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018. Contents: 1 Introduction 1 — Andreas Önnerfors and Kristian Steiner — 2 Terrorist ‘Radicalising Networks’: A Qualitative Case Study on Radical Right Lone-Wolf Terrorism 39 — Matthew Feldman — 3 Who Is Shaping Your Agenda? Social Network Analysis of Anti-Islam and Anti-immigration Movement Audiences on Czech Facebook 61 — Josef Šlerka and Vít Šisler — 4 Moving the Mainstream: Radicalization of Political Language in the German PEGIDA Movement 87 — Andreas Önnerfors — 5 Political Radicalization in Israel: From a Populist Habitus to Radical Right Populism in Government 121 — Dani Filc — 6 Loving Violent Arabs: A Study of Radicalism Within the Israeli Messianic Movement 147 — Kristian Steiner and Anders P Lundberg — 7 Dealing with the Intimate Enemy: Civil Society and Ethno-Religious Conflict in Contemporary India 181 — Sarbeswar Sahoo — 8 Contexts of Radicalization: An Inductive Meta-Analysis of 41 Case Studies of Contentious Elections 209 — Megan Reif Dyfvermark — 9 The Perfect Storm: A Study of Boko Haram, Religious Extremism, and Inequality in Nigeria 247 — Caroline Varin — 10 Patterns of Disengagement from Violent Extremism: A Stocktaking of Current Knowledge and Implications for Counterterrorism 273 — Anja Dalgaard-Nielsen — 11 Hizb al-Tahrir: Its Ideology and Theory for Collective Radicalization 295 — Mohammad Iqbal Ahnaf — 12 Counter-Radicalization as Counter-Terrorism: — The European Union Case 321 — Bruno Oliveira Martins and Monika Ziegler — 13 Conclusions 353 — Kristian Steiner and Andreas Önnerfors — Index 361

Fekete, Elizabeth.  Europe’s Fault Lines: Racism and the Rise of the Right.  London and New York: Verso, 2018.  An extract.

Fitzgerald, Jennifer. Close to Home: Local Ties and Voting Radical Right in Europe. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2018

Gender and the Radical and Extreme Right: Mechanisms of Transmission and the Role of Educational Interventions. Edited by Cynthia Miller-Idriss and Hilary Pilkington. London: Routledge, 2018. Contents: Introduction – In search of the missing link: gender, education and the radical right / Cynthia Miller-Idriss and Hilary Pilkington, full text — 1. Towards equality for women and men of one race: Sophie Rogge-Börner’s racial-feminist philosophy of education / Jennifer Meyer, abstract — 2. The ‘obnoxious mobilised minority’: homophobia and homohysteria in the British national party, 1982–1999 / George J. Severs, abstract — 3. Female leaders in a radical right movement: the Latvian National Front / Anita Stasulane, abstract — 4. Soldier, sailor, rebel, rule-breaker: masculinity and the body in the German far right / Cynthia Miller-Idriss, abstract — 5. ‘Sexually modern nativist voters’: do they exist and do they vote for the populist radical right? / Niels Spierings, Marcel Lubbers and Andrej Zaslove, full text — 6. ‘EDL angels stand beside their men…not behind them’: the politics of gender and sexuality in an anti-Islam(ist) movement / Hilary Pilkington, full text — 7. Women and Golden Dawn: reproducing the nationalist habitus / Alexandra Koronaiou and Alexandros Sakellariou, abstract — Afterword: Next steps in the study of gender and education in the radical right / Kathleen Blee, first page.

Goldberg, Jonah. Suicide of the West: How the Rebirth of Tribalism, Populism, Nationalism, and Identity Politics Is Destroying American Democracy. New York: Crown Forum, 2018

Gómez-Reino, Margarita. Nationalisms in the European Arena: Trajectories of Transnational Party Coordination. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018.  Chapter abstracts and references.

Grist, Leighton. Fascism and Millennial American Cinema. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018.  Chapter abstracts and bibliographies.

Hanebrink, Paul. A Specter Haunting Europe: The Myth of Judeo-Bolshevism. Cambridge, Mass., and London: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2018

Hawley, George. The Alt-Right: What Everyone Needs to Know®. New York: Oxford University Press, 2018

Henderson, Archie. Conservatism, the Right Wing, and the Far Right: A Guide to Archives. Stuttgart: Ibidem, distributed by Columbia University Press, 2018

Hett, Benjamin Carter.  The Death of Democracy: Hitler’s Rise to Power and the Downfall of the Weimar Republic.  New York: Henry Holt and Company, 2018

Holc, Janine. The Politics of Trauma and Memory Activism. Polish–Jewish Relations Today. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018.  Chapter previews.

Horne, Gerald. The Apocalypse of Settler Colonialism: The Roots of Slavery, White Supremacy, and Capitalism in Seventeenth-Century North America and the Caribbean. New York: Monthly Review Press, 2018

Kaplan, Jeffrey. Apocalypse, Revolution and Terrorism: From the Sicari to the American Revolt against the Modern World. London and New York: Routledge, 2018 [2. America’s apocalyptic literature of the radical right, 45-76]. Chapter abstracts.

Kaufmann, Eric. Whiteshift: Immigration, Populism and the Future of White Majorities. London: Allen Lane, 2018

Kimmel, Michael.  Healing from Hate: How Young Men Get Into—and Out of—Violent Extremism.  Berkeley: University of California Press, 2018

Kopstein, Jeffrey S., and Jason Wittenberg. Intimate Violence: Anti-Jewish Pogroms on the Eve of the Holocaust. Ithaca. NY: Cornell University Press, 2018

Lendvai, Paul. Orbán: Hungary’s Strongman. New York: Oxford University Press, 2018

Lochocki, Timo.  The Rise of Populism in Western Europe: A Media Analysis on Failed Political Messaging.  Cham: Springer, 2018

Lyons, Matthew N. Insurgent Supremacists: The U.S. Far Right’s Challenge to State and Empire. Montreal and Oakland: PM Press and Kersplebedeb Publishing, 2018

Main, Thomas J. The Rise of the Alt-Right. Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution Press, 2018.  Chapter One.

McRae, Elizabeth Gillespie. Mothers of Massive Resistance: White Women and the Politics of White Supremacy. New York: Oxford University Press, 2018

Militant Right-Wing Extremism in Putin’s Russia: Legacies, Forms and Threats. Edited by Jan Holzer, Martin Laryš and Miroslav Mareš. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, and New York: Routledge, 2018

Miller-Idriss, Cynthia. The Extreme Gone Mainstream: Commercialization and Far Right Youth Culture in Germany. Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2018

Neal, Andrea. Pence: The Path to Power. Bloomington: Red Lightning Books, 2018

New Conservatives in Russia and East Central Europe. Edited by Katharina Bluhm and Mihai Varga. London and New York: Routledge, 2018. Contents: 1. Introduction: toward a new illiberal conservatism in Russia and East Central Europe, by Katharina Bluhm and Mihai Varga — Part I. Genealogies — 2. Russia’s conservative counter-movement: genesis, actors, and core concepts, by Katharina Bluhm — 3. The universal and the particular in Russian conservatism, by Paul Robinson — 4. Against “post-communism”: the conservative dawn in Hungary, by Aron Buzogány and Mihai Varga — 5. New conservatism in Poland: the discourse coalition around Law and Justice, by Ewa Dabrowska — 6. The national conservative parties in Poland and Hungary and their core supporters compared: values and socio-structural background, by Jochen Roose and Ireneusz Pawel Karolewski — 7. “Conservative modernization” and the rise of Law and Justice in Poland, by Krzysztof Jasiecki — Part II. Translations — 8. The limits of conservative influence on economic policy in Russia, by — Irina Busygina and Mikhail Filippov — 9. The “Budapest–Warsaw Express”: conservatism and the diffusion of economic policies in Poland and Hungary, by Ewa Dabrowska, Aron Buzogány, and Mihai Varga — 10. Gender in the resurgent Polish conservatism, by Agnieszka Wierzcholska — 11. “Traditional values” unleashed: the ultraconservative influence on Russian family policy, by Katharina Bluhm and Martin Brand — 12. Religious conservatism in post-Soviet Russia and its relation to politics: empirical findings from ethnographic fieldwork, by Tobias Köllner — 13. Ready for diffusion? Russia’s “cultural turn” and the post-Soviet space, by Sebastian Schiek and Azam Isabaev — 14. The emergence and propagation of new conservatism in post-communist countries: systematization and outlook, by Katharina Bluhm and Mihai Varga. Chapter abstracts.

Norris, Pippa, and Ronald Inglehart. Cultural Backlash: Trump, Brexit, and the Rise of Authoritarian Populism. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2018. First chapter.

The Oxford Handbook of the Radical Right. Ed. Jens Rydgren. New York: Oxford University Press, 2018. Contents: Acknowledgments — List of Contributors — The Radical Right: An Introduction / Jens Rydgren — Part I Ideology and Discourse — The Radical Right and Nationalism / Tamir Bar-On — The Radical Right and Islamophobia / Aristotle Kallis — The Radical Right and Antisemitism / Ruth Wodak — The Radical Right and Populism / Hans-Georg Betz — The Radical Right and Fascism / Nigel Copsey — The Radical Right and Euroskepticism / Sofia Vasilopoulou — Part II Issues — Explaining Electoral Support for the Radical Right / Kai Arzheimer — Party Systems and Radical Right-Wing Parties / Herbert Kitschelt — Gender and the Radical Right / Hilde Coffé — Globalization, Cleavages, and the Radical Right / Simon Bornschier — Party Organization and the Radical Right / David Art — Charisma and the Radical Right / Roger Eatwell — Media and the Radical Right / Antonis A. Ellinas — The Non-Party Sector of the Radical Right / John Veugelers and Gabriel Menard — The Political Impact of the Radical Right / Michelle Hale Williams — The Radical Right as Social Movement Organizations / Manuela Caiani and Donatella della Porta — Youth and the Radical Right / Cynthia Miller-Idriss — Religion and the Radical Right / Michael Minkenberg — Radical Right Cross-National Links and International Cooperation / Manuela Caiani — Political Violence and the Radical Right / Leonard Weinberg and Eliot Assoudeh — Part III Case Studies — The Radical Right in France / Nonna Mayer — The Radical Right in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland / Uwe Backes — The Radical Right in Belgium and the Netherlands / Joop J. M. van Holsteyn — The Radical Right in Southern Europe / Carlo Ruzza — The Radical Right in the United Kingdom / Matthew J. Goodwin and James Dennison — The Radical Right in the Nordic Countries / Anders Widfeldt — The Radical Right in Eastern Europe / Lenka Buštíková — The Radical Right in Post-Soviet Russia / Richard Arnold and Andreas Umland — The Radical Right in Post-Soviet Ukraine / Melanie Mierzejewski-Voznyak — The Radical Right in the United States of America / Christopher Sebastian Parker — The Radical Right in Australia / Andy Fleming and Aurelien Mondon — The Radical Right in Israel / Arie Perliger and Ami Pedahzur — The Radical Right in Japan / Naoto Higuchi — Index

Pogue, James. Chosen Country: A Rebellion in the West. New York: Henry Holt and Company, 2018

Remembering the Holocaust in Educational Settings. Edited by Andy Pearce. London: Routledge, 2018. Chapter abstracts.

Riemen, Rob. To Fight against This Age: On Fascism and Humanism. New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 2018

The Rise of Right-Populism: Pauline Hanson’s One Nation and Australian Politics. Bligh Grant, Tod Moore, and Tony Lynch, Editors. Singapore: Springer, 2018. Contents: Introduction, by Bligh Grant – Ideation – One Nation and Militant Democracy by Graham Maddox – Pauline Hanson’s One Nation: Right-Populism in a Neoliberal World, by Tony Lynch – Pauline Hanson, One Nation (PHON) and Right-Wing Protective Popular Nationalism: Monocultural Tendencies at the Expense of Social Cohesion, by Belinda J. Flannery and Susan E. Watt – Election – One Nation and the Heartland’s Cleavage: An Exploratory Spatial Data Analysis, by Ben Reid and Gang-Jun Liu – Pauline Hanson, Personality, and Electoral Fortunes, by Raphaella Kathryn Crosby – Politics and Policy – One Nation and Indigenous Reconciliation, by Simon Burgess – “Manning Up” with Pauline Hanson: Playing the Gender Card, Again, b Jim Jose – Rebranded Pauline Hanson: A Party of Policy or Protest? by Jo Coghlan – Comparison – Once as Tragedy and Again as Farce: Hansonism, Backlashers, and Economic Nationalism After 20 Years, by Tod Moore – Shifting Repertoires of Populism and Neo-Nationalism: Austria and Brexit Britain, by Alan Scott. Chapter abstracts.

Saslow, Eli. Rising out of Hatred: The Awakening of a Former White Nationalist. New York: Doubleday, 2018

Shekhovtsov, Anton. Russia and the Western Far Right: Tango Noir. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, and New York: Routledge, 2018

Snyder, Timothy. The Road to Unfreedom: Russia, Europe, America. New York: Tim Duggan Books, 2018

Stanley, Jason. How Fascism Works: The Politics of Us and Them. New York: Random House, 2018

Tenold, Vegas.  Everything You Love Will Burn: Inside the Rebirth of White Nationalism in America.  New York: Nation Books, 2018

Terrorism: Commentary on Security Documents. Volume 148: Lone Wolf Terrorists. Edited by Douglas C. Lovelace, Jr. New York: Oxford University Press, 2018. Contents.

Terrorism in America. Edited by Robin Maria Valeri and Kevin Borgeson. New York: Routledge, 2018. Contents: Introduction / Robin Maria Valeri and Kevin Borgeson – Part I. Roots of Terrorism – Ch 1. The Criminology of Terrorism / Thomas R. O’Connor – Ch 2. Right-Wing Domestic Terrorism / Kevin Borgeson – Ch 3. Leftist Political Violence: From Terrorism to Social Protest / Michael Loadenthal – Part II. Terrorist Beliefs and Ideologies – Ch 4. Christian Identity / Kevin Borgeson – Ch 5. Islamist Terror in America / Christopher J. Wright – Ch 6. The Sovereign Citizens Movement / Robin Maria Valeri – Part III. Recruitment and Radicalized – Ch 7. From Declarations to Deeds: Terrorist Propaganda and the Spread of Hate and Terrorism Through Cyberspace / Robin Maria Valeri – Ch 8. Killing Alone: Can the Work Performance Literature Help Us Solve the Enigma of Lone Wolf Terrorism? / Joel A. Capellan – Ch 9. Pathways to Terrorism / Mark Hamm – Part IV. Effects of Terrorism – Ch 10. Terrorism and Fear: “Terrorists Want a Lot of People Afraid – Not a Lot of People Dead” / Thomas Monahan and Robin Maria Valeri – Ch. 11. Conclusion: An End to Terrorism / Robin Maria Valeri. Chapter abstracts.

Thorleifsson, Cathrine. Nationalist Responses to the Crises in Europe: Old and New Hatreds. London and New York: Routledge, 2018

Triggering Terror: Illicit Gun Markets and Firearms Acquisition of Terrorist Networks in Europe. Nils Duquet (ed.). Brussels: Flemish Peace Institute, 2018. Full text.

Trumping the Mainstream: The Conquest of Democratic Politics by the Populist Radical Right. Edited by Lise Esther Herman and James Muldoon. Routledge, 2018. Contents: Introduction: populism in the twenty-first century: from the fringe to the mainstream, by Lise Esther Herman and James Muldoon; PART I. Changing strategies in the PRR political landscape. 1. The mainstreaming of far-right extremism online and how to counter it: a case study on UK, US and French elections, by Jacob Davey, Erin Marie Saltman, and Jonathan Birdwell; 2. Populisms in Europe: leftist, rightist, centrist and paternalist-nationalist challengers, by Zsolt Enyedi and Martin Mölder; 3. Populist nationalism and ontological security: the construction of moral antagonisms in the United Kingdom, Switzerland and Belgium, by Joseph Lacey; 4. Left, right, but no in-between: explaining American polarisation and post-factualism under President Trump, by Christopher Sebastian Parker, Sebastian Mayer, and Nicole Buckley; 5. Paving the way for Trump: the Tea Party’s invisible influence on the 2016 election, by Kristin Haltinner; 6. “Ni droite, Ni gauche, Français!” Far right populism and the future of Left/Right politics, by Marta Lorimer (pre-publish version and here); PART II. The impact of the PRR on mainstream politics 7. Populist radical right mainstreaming and challenges to democracy in an enlarged Europe, by Bartek Pytlas; 8. The weight of negativity: the impact of immigration perceptions on the Brexit vote, by Sarah Harrison; 9. From soft to hard Brexit: UKIP’s not so invisible influence on the Eurosceptic radicalisation of the Conservative Party since 2015, by Agnès Alexandre-Collier; 10. So close, yet so far: the French Front National and Les Républicains (2007-2017), by Florence Haegel and Nonna Mayer; 11. There’s something about Marine: strategies against the far right in the 2017 French presidential elections, by Lise Esther Herman and James Muldoon. Chapter abstracts.

Violent Extremism in the 21st Century: International Perspectives. Edited by Gwynyth Overland, Arnfinn J. Andersen, Kristin Engh Førde, Kjetil Grødum, and Joseph Salomonsen. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2018. Contents: IntroductionPrologue – Part I: Understanding the Problem: Concepts, Theories and Models – Chapter One: Disengagement from Terrorism, by Tore Bjørgo – Chapter Two: Radical Right Wing versus Radical Islam among Young People in Norway, by Viggo Vestel – Chapter Three: Can We Predict and Prevent Religious Radicalisation? by F. LeRon Shults – Chapter Four: The Resurgence of Far-right and Far-left Parties in the Time of the Great Recession, by Jitka Doležalová and Hana Fitzová – Part II: Understanding the Problem: Case Studies – Chapter One: Counter-Terrorism in the Classroom, by Rob Faure Walker – Chapter Two: Radicalisation in Norwegian Prisons: The Story of Zubair, by David Hansen – Chapter Three: Burning the Bridge: Recruitment and Indoctrination of Children in Northern Uganda by the Lord´s Resistance Army (LRA), by Kennedy Amone-P’Olak – Chapter Four: From Childhood Trauma to Violent Extremism, by Kai Krogh and Anders Lundesgaard – Part III: Addressing the Problem: Policy – Chapter One: Humanitarian Law in an Age of Terror–A Journalist’s Perspective, by Roy Gutman – Chapter Two: Global Challenges: Local Solutions? The Role of Norwegian Municipalities in Prevention of Violent Extremism, by Yngve Carlsson – Chapter Three: Hate Crime Policy: Global Controversies and the Norwegian Approach, by Nina Høy-Petersen and Katrine Fangen – Chapter Four: Countering Violent Extremism: Public Mental Health Promotion in a Public Health Paradigm, by Valerie DeMarinis – Chapter Five: Parents as Agents in Strategies to Prevent Radicalisation, by Beret Bråten and Silie Sønsterudbråten – Part IV: Addressing the Problem: Psychosocial Interventions – Chapter One: Mentoring in Anti-Radicalisation. LGT: A Systematic Assessment, Intervention and Supervision Tool in Mentoring, by Preben Berthelsen – Chapter Two: Rehabilitation and Reintegration for Foreign Fighters: A Role for the Criminal Justice Sector, by Eva Entenmann, Liesbeth van der Heide, Jessica Dorsey, and Daan Weggemans – Chapter Three: Elusive Youth: Recruitment Issues in Work to Prevent Radicalisation among Immigrant Youth, by Eugene Guribye and Kjetil Grødum – Chapter Four: Restorative Care of Young Offenders in Youth Detention, by Murray Robinson – Part V: Signs of Hope – Chapter One: From Neo-Nazi Skinhead to “Former” a Narrative of Disengagement, by Christian Picciolini – Chapter Two: Opening the Tent of Peace, by Rabbi Michael Melchior

Vorländer, Hans, Maik Herold, and Steven Schäller.  PEGIDA and New Right-Wing Populism in Germany.  Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018

Weisman, Jonathan.  (((Semitism))): Being Jewish in America in the Age of Trump.  New York: St. Martin’s Press, 2018

Wendling, Mike. Alt-Right: From 4Chan to the White House. London: Pluto Press, 2018

White, Khadijah Costley. The Branding of Right-Wing Activism: The News Media and the Tea Party. New York: Oxford University Press, 2018

Wolfreys, James. Republic of Islamophobia: The Rise of Respectable Racism in France. New York: Oxford University Press, 2018

Zúquete, José Pedro. The Identitarians: The Movement against Globalism and Islam in Europe. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 2018


Abdi, Fatihya. “Euroscepticism revisited: the 2016 Leave vote: Beyond the identity approach.” M.A., Leiden University, 2018. Full text.

Aitton, Liesa Anna. “Comfortable bed-fellows? Russia and the radical right after the Crimean annexation.” M.A., University of Tartu, 2018. (“This study examines the radical rightist stances of the Alternative für Deutschland (AfD), the Freiheitliche Partei Österreichs (FPÖ), the Front National (FN), Jobbik Movement for a Better Hungary (Jobbik), the UK Independence Party (UKIP), and the Vlaams Belang (VB) on Russia in the light of the Ukrainian crisis, in particularly the Crimean crisis.”) Full text.

Atabong, Nkenganyi N?Mandela. “Immigration and the Revival of Nationalist Sentiments in France: A Nationalistic Rhetoric of Marine Le Pen.” Master’s Thesis, University of Jyväskylä, 2018. Full text.

Berntzen, Lars Erik. “The Anti-Islamic Movement: Far Right and Liberal?” Doctoral thesis, European University Institute, 2018. Introduction and bibliography.

Çalişkan, Hülya Ecem.  “The Rise of Populist Radical Right Parties in Europe: The Case of the Alternative for Germany (AfD).” M.S., Middle East Technical University, 2018. Full text.

Dehdari, Sirus Håfström. “Radical Right, Identity, and Retaliation.” Ph.D., Stockholm University, 2018. Full text.

Donley, Genie A. “The Gathering Storm: the Role of White Nationalism in U.S. Politics.” M.A., Cleveland State University, 2018. Full text.

Endal, Lars. “Radicalization and Lone Wolf Terrorism: A case study of right-wing terrorists.” M.A., Norges miljø- og biovitenskapelige universitet, 2018. Full text.

Etherington, Jordan. “Ideological Parallels Between Gamergate and White Supremacy: A Thematic Content.” M.A., University of Ontario Institute of Technology, 2018. Full text.

Gabrielsson, Daniel. “The Psychological and Ideological Roots of Support for the Sweden Democrats.” Masters thesis, Umeå University, 2018. Abstract.

Gilbert, Matthew R. “‘Domestic Extremism Violence Facing U.S. Law Enforcement’: How Can These Threats Be Mitigated?” Ph.D., Nova Southeastern University, 2018. Document preview.

Gornishka, Iva K. “Interactive Search and Exploration in Social Multimedia Networks.” MSc, Universiteit van Amsterdam, 2018. Full text.

Hansen, Anja. “Historical and Doctrinal Roots of Scandinavian National-Populism.” Ph.D., Sapienza Università di Roma, 2018. Full text.

Haringova, Ingrida. “Governmental Approaches Towards Countering Violent Extremism and Radicalization: A Comparative Analysis of the United Kingdom and the Kingdom of Denmark.” Master thesis, Charles University, 2018. Full text.

Jackson, Sam. “The Oath Keepers: Patriotism, Dissent, and the Edge of Violence.” Ph.D., Syracuse Universe, 2018. Abstract and here.

Kasianenko, Nataliia. “Nationalism and Issue Saliency: A Mixed-Method Analysis of Eastern Europe and Russia.” Ph.D., University of Nevada, Reno, 2018. Full text.

March-Safbom, Terri A. “Weapons of Mass Distraction: Strategies for Countering the Paper Terrorism of Sovereign Citizens.” M.A., Naval Postgraduate School, 2018. Full text.

Mastracci, Matteo. “Populist parties in Europe, from propaganda to legal reforms: whether freedoms of expression, association and religion are under threat?” LL.M, Riga Graduate School of Law, 2018. Full text.

Mistry, Amita. “Decolonising Britain: To what extent did the activities of right-wing groups between 1960-1973 indicate a wider British inability to come to terms with the new post-colonial order?” M.A. thesis, Universiteit Leiden, 2018. Full text.

Murphy, Billy J. “Timelines and Indicators in Lone Wolf Terrorism Attack Mobilization.” Master of Public Administration and Master of Criminal Justice, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, 2018. Full text.

Pendley, James Adam. “The Cloudy Crystal Ball: Detecting and Disrupting Homegrown Violent Extremism.” M.A., Naval Postgraduate School, 2018. Full text.

Rousis, Gregory. “The Truth is Out There: The Use of Conspiracy Theories by Radical Violent Extremist Organizations.” M.S., University of North Florida, 2018. Full text.

Schaake, Katharina. “Mainstream Parties reacting to Right-Wing Populism: An analysis of final speeches during the 2017 federal elections in Germany.” Master’s Degree, Lund University, 2018. Full text.

Schackmuth, Alex. “Extremism, Fake News and Hate: Effects of Social Media in the Post-Truth Era.” M.A., DePaul University, 2018. Full text.

Sinersaari, Inna. “Negotiating ‘Finnishness’ – The discursive construction of Finnish national identities in online discussions around immigration.” Master´s Thesis, Linköping university, 2018. Full text.

Snegovaya, Maria. “Ex-Communist Party Choices and the Electoral Success of the Radical Right in Central and Eastern Europe.” Ph.D., Columbia University, 2018. Full text.

Vodegel, Jasper M.G. “Populism in the Netherlands: Framing a Crisis. Why people support right-wing populist parties in the Netherlands.” Masters thesis, Radboud University Nijmegen, 2018. Full text.

Williams, Joe B. “Domestic Terrorism in the United States.” Ph.D., Walden University, 2018. Full text.

Winstone, Alexander John. “To what extent has Euroscepticism impacted upon policy development within the European Union?” M.A., Leiden University, 2018. Full text.

Wood, Natasha R. “Attitudes Towards Racism in KKK Forums: Denouncement, Avoidance, and Neutralization.” M.A., John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York, 2018. Full text.

Zimmermann, Melanie. “The Relationship Between Domestic Violence and Terrorism: A Comparison Between the United Kingdom and the United States.” M.A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2018. Document preview.

Zoller, Jessica. “Migration to Austria: A study on the cultural differentiation of immigrants and its effect on right-wing voting.” Msc, Lund University, 2018. Full text.


Abou-Chadi, Tarik, and Werner Krause. “Radical right success and mainstream parties’ anti-immigrant policy shifts.” Democratic Audit UK, 24 July 2018. Full text.

Abou-Chadi, Tarik, and Werner Krause. “The Causal Effect of Radical Right Success on Mainstream Parties’ Policy Positions: A Regression Discontinuity Approach.” British Journal of Political Science, Published online: 14 June 2018. Full text. Appendix.

Abts, Koen, Thierry Kochuyt, and Stijn Van Kessel. “Populism in Belgium: the mobilization of the body anti-politic.” The Ideational Approach to Populism: Concept, Theory, and Analysis. Edited by Kirk Hawkins, Ryan E. Carlin, Levente Littvay, and Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser. London and New York: Routledge, 2018. 330-347. Chapter abstract.

Afonso, Alexandre, and Line Rennwald. “Social Class and the Changing Welfare State Agenda of Radical Right Parties in Europe.” Welfare Democracies & Party Politics: Explaining Electoral Dynamics in Times of Changing Welfare Capitalism. Edited by Philip Manow, Bruno Palier, and Hanna Schwander. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2018. 171-194. Full text.

Ahsan, Muhammad.  “The Meta-Politics of the British Radical Right: The Case of Jonathan Bowden.”  Journal of European Studies 34.1 (Jan. 2018): 56-67. Full text.

Ajanovic, Edma, Stefanie Mayer, and Birgit Sauer. “Constructing ‘the people’: An intersectional analysis of right-wing concepts of democracy and citizenship in Austria.” Journal of Language and Politics, available online: 13 September 2018. Abstract.

Almeida de Carvalho, Rita. “Ideology and Architecture in the Portuguese ‘Estado Novo’: Cultural Innovation within a Para-Fascist State (1932-1945).” Fascism 7 (2018) 141-174. Full text.

Althoff, Andrea. “Right-wing populism and religion in Germany: Conservative Christians and the Alternative for Germany (AfD).” Zeitschrift für Religion, Gesellschaft und Politik, First Online: 24 October 2018. Full text.

Altwaiji, Mubarak, and Muna Telha. “Socio-economic Issues Related to Immigrants in American Political and Election Discourses.” International Journal of English Linguistics 8.5 (2018): 63-70. Full text.

Amengay, Abdelkarim, and Daniel Stockemer. “The Radical Right in Western Europe: A Meta-Analysis of Structural Factors.” Political Studies Review, First Published May 23, 2018. Full text.

Amour, Philipp O. “Islamophobia and the Brand of Osama: What’s in a Name? What’s in an Image?” Siyaset, Ekonomi ve Yönetim Araştirmalari Dergisi / Research Journal of Politics, Economics and Management 6.2 (April 2018): 63-74. Full text.

Anderson, Wendy K. Z.  “Classifying Whiteness: Unmasking White Nationalist Women’s Digital Design through an Intersectional Analysis of Contained Agency.”  Communication, Culture and Critique 11.1 (1 March 2018): 116–132.  Full text.

Arnold, Richard, and Lawrence P. Markowitz.  “The evolution of violence within far-right mobilization: evidence from Russia.” Ethnic & Racial Studies 41.9 (July 2018): 1558-1573. Abstract.

Arnold, Richard, and Karl Manuel Veth. “Racism and Russian Football Supporters’ Culture: A Case for Concern?” Problems of Post-Communism 65.2 (2018): 88-100. Full text.

Art, David. “The AfD and the End of Containment in Germany?” German Politics and Society 36.2 (June 2018): 76-86. Abstract.

Asal, Victor, and Andrew Vitek. “Sometimes they mean what they say: understanding violence among domestic extremists.” Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict, Published online: 18 May 2018. Abstract.

Ascher, Diana L., and Safiya Umoja Noble. “Unmasking hate on Twitter: Disrupting anonymity by tracking trolls.” Free speech in the digital age. Ed. Katharine Gelber and Susan J. Brison. London: Oxford University Press, 2018. Full text.

Bahdi, Reem, and Azeezah Kanji. “What Is Islamophobia?” 69 U.N.B.L.J. 324 (2018). First page.

Bail, Christopher A., Friedolin Merhout, and Peng Ding. “Using Internet search data to examine the relationship between anti-Muslim and pro-ISIS sentiment in U.S. counties.” Science Advances 4.6 (June 2018). Full text.

Baird, Gavin, and Bradley W. Hart. “The Stanford connection: David Starr Jordan, eugenics and Anglo-American anti-war movement.” Labour, British radicalism and the First World War. Edited by Lucy Bland and Richard Carr. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2018. 220-239.

Bakali, Naved. “The redefining far-right extremist activism along Islamophobic lines.” Islamic Perspective: Journal of the Islamic Studies and Humanities 19 (Spring 2018): 1-18. Full text.

Baker, Joseph O.  “Christian Sectarianism, Fundamentalism, and Extremism.”  Routledge Handbook on Deviance.  Ed. Stephen Brown and Ophir Sefiha.  New York and London: Routledge, 2018. 187-198.  Full text.

Balorda, Jasna. “Denmark: The Rise of Fascism and the Decline of the Nordic Model.” Social Policy and Society, Published online: 09 October 2018. Abstract and references.

Bangstad, Sindre. “Don’t Look Now: Can Norway reckon with the reality of right-wing extremists.” World Policy Journal 35.2 (Summer 2018): 34-40. Abstract and first page.

Barbieri, Giovanni. “Populism, Cleavages, and Democracy.” PArtecipazione e Conflitto: The Open Journal of Sociopolitical Studies (PACO) 11.1 (2018): 202-224. Full text.

Bar-On, Tamir. “‘Islamofascism’: Four Competing Discourses on the Islamism-Fascism Comparison.” Fascism 7 (2018) 241-274. Full text.

Barreto, Matt A., Stephen Nuño, Gabriel R. Sanchez, and Hannah L. Walker. “The Racial Implications of Voter Identification Laws in America.” American Politics Research, First Published November 9, 2018. Abstract.

Bate, Seth. “Defending the Defender: Gerald Winrod and the Great Sedition Trial.” Fairmount Folio: Journal of History (Wichita State University) 18 (2018): 36-57. Full text.

Bazian, Hatem. “Islamophobia, ‘Clash of Civilizations’, and Forging a Post-Cold War Order!” Religions 9.9 (September 2018). Full text.

Benjamin, Martin. “International legal cooperation in the Nazi-fascist New Order.” International Politics 55.6 (November 2018): 870–887. Abstract and references.

Bennett, W. Lance, and Steven Livingston. “The disinformation order: Disruptive communication and the decline of democratic institutions.” European Journal of Communication 33.2 (April 1, 2018): 122-139. Abstract and references.

Bentele, Keith Gunnar, Rebecca Sager, and Amanda Aykanian. “Rewinding Roe v. Wade: Understanding the Accelerated Adoption of State-Level Restrictive Abortion Legislation, 2008–2014.” Journal of Women, Politics & Policy, Published online: 14 Nov 2018. Abstract.

Bergmann, Eirikur. “The Eurabia Doctrine.” Conspiracy & Populism: The Politics of Misinformation. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018. 123-149. Chapter abstract and references.

Berning, Carl C., Marcel Lubbers, and Elmar Schlueter.  “Media Attention and Radical Right-Wing Populist Party Sympathy: Longitudinal Evidence From The Netherlands.”  International Journal of Public Opinion Research, Published: 14 February 2018.  Full text.

Bilgrami, Akeel. “Contemporary Populisms.” Glocalism. Journal of Culture, Politics and Innovation 1 (2018). Full text.

Bizumic, Boris, and John Duckitt. “Investigating Right Wing Authoritarianism With a Very Short Authoritarianism Scale.” Journal of Social and Political Psychology 6.1 (2018): 129-150. Full text.

Bliuc, Ana-Maria, Nicholas Faulkner, Andrew Jakubowicz, and Craig McGarty. “Online networks of racial hate: A systematic review of 10 years of research on cyber-racism.” Computers in Human Behavior 87 (October 2018): 75-86. Abstract.

Blodgett, Bridget, and Anastasia Salter.  “Ghostbusters is For Boys: Understanding Geek Masculinity’s Role in the Alt-right.”  Communication, Culture and Critique 11.1 (1 March 2018): 133-146.  Full text.

Blühdorn, Ingolfur, and Felix Butzlaff.  “Rethinking Populism: Peak democracy, liquid identity and the performance of sovereignty.”  European Journal of Social Theory, First Published February 7, 2018.  Full text.

Blum, Alice, and Michaela Köttig. “Social Work and Right-Wing Extremism in Germany – Reflections on Biographical Involvement.” Journal of Human Rights and Social Work, First Online: 6 August 2018. Abstract and references.

Bobba, Giuliano, Cristina Cremonesi, Moreno Mancosu, and Antonella Seddone. “Populism and the Gender Gap: Comparing Digital Engagement with Populist and Non-populist Facebook Pages in France, Italy, and Spain.” The International Journal of Press/Politics, First Published August 2, 2018. Abstract.

Bohman, Andrea. “Who’s Welcome and Who’s Not? Opposition towards Immigration in the Nordic Countries, 2002-2014.” Scandinavian Political Studies 41.3 (September 2018): 283-306. Abstract.

Boichenko, Nina. “The far right’s disproportionate influence.” New Eastern Europe 32.3-4 (2018): 104-110. On the visibly growing influence of marginal far right groups in Ukraine. Abstract.

Bos, Linda, Penelope Sheets, and Hajo G. Boomgaarden. “The Role of Implicit Attitudes in Populist Radical-Right Support.” Political Psychology 39.1 (February 2018): 69-87. Full text.

Bourne, Angela K. “The Socialist Reich Party and National Democratic Party of Germany: from ‘militant democracy’ to declining anti system party threats.” Democratic Dilemmas: Why Democracies Ban Political Parties. London: Routledge, 2018. Abstract.

Breeze, Ruth. “Emotion in politics: Affective-discursive practices in UKIP and Labour.” Discourse & Society, First Published September 28, 2018. Abstract.

Bressanelli, Edoardo, and Margherita De Candia.  “Love, convenience, or respectability? Understanding the alliances of the Five Star Movement in the European Parliament.”  Italian Political Science Review / Rivista Italiana di Scienza Politica, Published online: 30 April 2018.  On the Five Star Movement (M5S).  Full text.

Brigevich, Anna. “Cueing the radical voter: The impact of economic, immigration and integration cues on public fear of the EU.” Party Politics, First Published November 8, 2018. Abstract.

Brusenbauch Meislová, Monika. “A Single-Issue Party without an Issue? UKIP and British 2017 General Election.” Acta Politologica 10.3 (2018): 1-19. Full text.

Bugaric, Bojan, and Alenka Kuhelj. “Varieties of Populism in Europe: Is the Rule of Law in Danger?” Hague Journal of the Rule of Law 10.1 (April 2018): 21-33. Abstract and references.

Burke, Shani. “The discursive ‘othering’ of Jews and Muslims in the Britain First solidarity patrol.” Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, First published: 8 August 2018. Full text.

Busher, Joel, and John F. Morrison. “Micro-Moral Worlds of Contentious Politics: A Reconceptualization of Radical Groups and Their Intersections with One Another and the Mainstream.” Mobilization: An International Quarterly 23.2 (June 2018): 219-236.  Full text.

Busher, Joel, Gareth Harris, and Graham Macklin. “Chicken suits and other aspects of situated credibility contests: explaining local trajectories of anti-minority activism.” Social Movement Studies, Published online: 15 Oct 2018. Abstract.

Byrne, Peter. “On the origins of white nationalism.” New Scientist 238.3181 (9 June 2018): 34-39.

Cammaerts, Bart.  “The Mainstreaming of Extreme Right-Wing Populism in the Low Countries: What is to be Done?”  Communication, Culture and Critique 11.1 (1 March 2018): 7–20.  Full text.

Campion, Kristy. “The Ustaša in Australia: A Review of Right-Wing Ustaša Terrorism from 1963-1973, and Factors that Enabled their Endurance.” Salus Journal 6.2 (2018): 37-58. Full text.

Canan, Coskun, and Mara K. Simon.  “Immigration, diversity and the relevance of ascriptive characteristics in defining national identity across 21 countries and 28 West-German districts.”  Migration Studies, Published: 27 March 2018.  Full text.

Capelos, Tereza, and Alexia Katsanidou. “Reactionary Politics: Explaining the Psychological Roots of Anti Preferences in European Integration and Immigration Debates.” Political Psychology, First published: 15 November 2018. Abstract.

Carter, Elisabeth. “Right-wing extremism/radicalism: reconstructing the concept.” Journal of Political Ideologies 23.2 (2018): 157-182. Abstract.

Castanho Silva, Bruno. “Populist radical right parties and mass polarization in the Netherlands.” European Political Science Review 10.2 (May 2018): 219-244.  Full text.

Cavallaro, Matteo, David Flacher, and Massimo Angelo Zanetti.  “Radical right parties and European economic integration: Evidence from the seventh European Parliament.”  European Union Politics, First Published March 11, 2018.  Abstract.

Charitopoulou, Effrosyni, and Javier García-Manglano. “Fear of small numbers? Immigrant population size and electoral support for the populist radical right in Switzerland.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 44.5 (2018): 849-869. Abstract.

Chasapopoulos, Panagiotis, Arjen van Witteloostuijn, and Christophe Boone. “Immigration and Electoral Support for the Radical Right: Evidence from Dutch Municipalities.” Migration Policy in Crisis. Edited by Ibrahim Sirkeci, Emília Lana de Freitas Castro, and Ülkü Sezgi Sözen. London: Transnational Press London, 2018. 133- .

Coffé, Hilde.  “Gender, gendered personality traits and radical right populist voting.”  Politics, first published online: January 19, 2018.  Abstract.

Cofnas, Nathan.  “Judaism as a Group Evolutionary Strategy: A Critical Analysis of Kevin MacDonald’s Theory.”  Human Nature, First Online: 10 March 2018, pp. 1–23.  Full text.

Cohen, Shuki J., Thomas J. Holt, Steven M. Chermak, and Joshua D. Freilich. “Invisible Empire of Hate: Gender Differences in the Ku Klux Klan’s Online Justifications for Violence.” Violence and Gender, Online Ahead of Print: September 6, 2018. Abstract.

Cohen-Almagor, Raphael. “Taking North American White Supremacist Groups Seriously: The Scope and the Challenge of Hate Speech on the Internet.” International Journal of Crime, Justice, and Social Democracy 7.2 (2018): 38-57. Full text.

Collomb, Jean-Daniel. “A Worthy Heir: Donald Trump, the Republican Party and Climate Change.” Revue LISA/LISA e-journal 16.2 (2018). On the continuity between President Trump’s approach to climate change and the environmental policies implemented by his Republican predecessors since Ronald Reagan. Full text.

Conti, Nicolò. “National political elites, the EU, and the populist challenge.”  Politics, First Published May 24, 2018. Abstract and references.

Costello, Matthew, and James Hawdon.  “Who Are the Online Extremists Among Us? Sociodemographic Characteristics, Social Networking, and Online Experiences of Those Who Produce Online Hate Materials.”  Violence and Gender 5.1 (March 2018): 55-60.  Abstract.

Curtis, Jesse. “‘Will the Jungle Take Over?’ National Review and the Defense of Western Civilization in the Era of Civil Rights and African Decolonization.” Journal of American Studies, Published online: 9 May 2018. Abstract and references.

Czymara, Christian S., and Stephan Dochow. “Mass Media and Concerns about Immigration in Germany in the 21st Century: Individual-Level Evidence over 15 Years.” European Sociological Review, Published: 29 June 2018. Abstract.

Dagi, Dogachan. “EU’s Refugee Crisis: from Supra-Nationalism to Nationalism?” Journal of Liberty and International Affairs 3.3 (2018): 9-19. Full text and here.

Dalmus, Caroline. “Mainstream Parties’ Issue Engagement and its Implications for the Performance of Populist Parties.” Politologický asopis – Czech Journal of Political Science 25.2 (2018): 112-130. Abstract.

Daniels, Jessie. “The Algorithmic Rise of the ‘Alt-Right.'” Contexts 17.1 (February 1, 2018): 60-65. Full text.

Danning, Gordon. “Is the Cure Worse Than the Disease?: Censorship of Hate Speech May Well Increase Violence.” Nevada Law Journal Forum 3 (Fall 2018): 1-7. Full text.

de Blok, E.A. Lisanne, and T.W.G. Tom van der Meer. “The puzzling effect of residential neighbourhoods on the vote for the radical right an individual-level panel study on the mechanisms behind neighbourhood effects on voting for the Dutch Freedom Party, 2010-2013.” Electoral Studies, Available online 16 April 2018. Abstract.

De Cleen, Benjamin, Jason Glynos, and Aurelien Mondon. “Critical research on populism: Nine rules of engagement.” Organization, First Published April 12, 2018. Full text.

De Genova, Nicholas. “Rebordering ‘the People’: Notes on Theorizing Populism.” South Atlantic Quarterly 117.2 (April 2018): 357-374. Full text.

de Vreese, Claes H., Frank Esser, Toril Aalberg, Carsten Reinemann, and James Stanyer. “Populism as an Expression of Political Communication Content and Style: A New Perspective.” The International Journal of Press/Politics, First Published August 2, 2018. Abstract.

Dejene, Dagmawit. “Active Canadian far-right groups.” Ryerson Review of Journalism 35.1 (Spring 2018): 35. On La Meute, Atalante Québec, Proud Boys, Soldiers of Odin, Northern Guard, Pegida Canada, Three Percenters (III%’s), Storm Alliance, Aryan Guard, and Blood and Honour. Full text.

Dejene, Dagmawit. “Covering the New Hate. When journalists report on the far-right, how close should they get?” Ryerson Review of Journalism 35.1 (Spring 2018): 29-34. Mentions Aryan Guard (neo-Nazi group); Atalante Québec; Patrick Beaudry (co-founder of La Meute); Paul Fromm (white nationalist and director of Canada’s Association of Free Expression); Gavin McInnes (co-founder of the Proud Boys men’s movement); La Meute (“The Pack”); Northern Guard (anti-immigrant group); Pegida Canada (anti-Islamic group); the Proud Boys; Mika Ranta (white supremacist and founder of the Soldiers of Odin); Rebel Media; the Red Ensign flag (Canada’s former flag); the Soldiers of Odin (anti-immigrant group); The Three Percenters (armed anti-Islamic militia group); David Tregget (founder of Storm Alliance); Unite the White Rally (Charlottesville, August 2017); and Eric Venne (co-founder of La Meute). Full text.

Delanty, Gerard. “‘The Centre Cannot Hold’: The Return of Nationalism and the Spectre of Authoritarian Democracy.” Formations of European Modernity. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019. 365-397. Chapter abstract.

Dennison, James.  “The Rug Pulled from Under Them: UKIP and the Greens.”  Parliamentary Affairs 71.suppl_1 (1 March 2018): 91-108.  Full text.

Dentice, Dianne. “The Synagogue of Satan: A Case Study in Anti-Semitism.” Psychology Research 8.1 (January 2018): 29-38. Full text.

Diebel, Anne, and Tyler Maroney. “Paper Terrorism.” Harper’s Magazine (October 2018). On paper terrorism (defined by Mark Pitcavage as “the use of bogus legal documents and filings, or the misuse of legitimate ones, to intimidate, harass, threaten, or retaliate against public officials, law enforcement officers, or private citizens”) as a weapon of the sovereign citizen movement. Full text.

Dono, Marcos, Mónica Alzate, Gloria Seoane, and José Manuel Sabucedo. “Development and validation of the Monopoly on Truth Scale. A measure of political extremism.” Psicothema 30.3 (2018): 330-336. Full text.

Dorling, Danny. “Brexit and Britain’s Radical Right.” Political Insight 9.4 (December 2018): 36-39. First page.

Doroshenko, Larisa. “Far-Right Parties in the European Union and Media Populism: A Comparative Analysis of 10 Countries During European Parliament Elections.” International Journal of Communication 12 (2018): 3186-3206. Full text.

Downes, James F., and Matthew Loveless. “Centre right and radical right party competition in Europe: Strategic emphasis on immigration, anti-incumbency, and economic crisis.” Electoral Studies, Available online 1 June 2018. Abstract.

Drago, Allessandro. “Towards a New EU: Why Populism Can Save the European Union.” Review of European and Russian Affairs (RERA) 12.1 (2018): 1-17. Full text.

Drolet, Jean-François, and Michael C. Williams. “Radical conservatism and global order: international theory and the new right.” International Theory 10.3 (November 2018): 285-313. Full text.

Duderija, Adis, and Halim Rane. “Islamophobia.” Islam and Muslims in the West. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019. 183-208. Abstract and references.

Dutta, Ankita. “Rising Euroscepticism in Europe: An Assessment.” ICWA Issue Brief (Indian Council of World Affairs, New Delhi), 25 September 2018. Full text.

Dutton, Edward. “Jewish Group Evolutionary Strategy Is the Most Plausible Hypothesis: a Response to Nathan Cofnas’ Critical Analysis of Kevin MacDonald’s Theory of Jewish Involvement in Twentieth Century Ideological Movements.” Evolutionary Psychological Science, First Online: 9 June 2018. Abstract and references.

Eger, Maureen A., and Sarah Valdez. “From Radical Right To Neo-Nationalist.” European Political Science, First Online: 02 May 2018. Abstract and references.

Ekström, Mats, Marianna Patrona, and Joanna Thornborrow. “Right-wing populism and the dynamics of style: a discourse-analytic perspective on mediated political performances.” Palgrave Communications 4, Article 83 (2018). Full text.

Elerding, Carolyn.  “The Social Media Agon as Differencing Machine: A Materialist Feminist Perspective.”  Communication, Culture and Critique 11.1 (1 March 2018): 162–178.  Full text.

el-Ojeili, Chamsy. “Reflecting on Post-Fascism: Utopia and Fear.” Critical Sociology, First Published May 8, 2018.  Abstract and references.

Elomäki, Anna, and Johanna Kantola. “Theorizing Feminist Struggles in the Triangle of Neoliberalism, Conservatism, and Nationalism.” Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State & Society, Published: 17 April 2018.  Full text.

Ennser-Jedenastik, Laurenz. “Welfare Chauvinism in Populist Radical Right Platforms: The Role of Redistributive Justice Principles.” Social Policy & Administration 52.1 (January 2018): 293-314. Full text.

Fagerholm, Andreas.  “United in diversity: examining the diverging attitudes towards the European Union on the ideological fringes.”  Acta Politica, First Online: 5 February 2018.  Abstract and references.

Falkenbach, Michelle, and Scott L. Greer. “Political parties matter: the impact of the populist radical right on health.” European Journal of Public Health, Vol. 28, Supplement 3 (2018): 15–18. Full text.

Farris, Emily M., and Heather Silber Mohamed. “Picturing immigration: how the media criminalizes immigrants.” Politics, Groups, and Identities, Published online: 18 June 2018.  Full text.

Farris, Sara R., and Francesca Scrinzi. “‘Subaltern Victims’ or ‘Useful Resources’? Migrant Women in the Lega Nord Ideology and Politics.” Gendering Nationalism: Intersections of Nation, Gender and Sexuality. Edited by Jon Mulholland, Nicola Montagna, and Erin Sanders-McDonagh. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018. 241-257. Abstract and references.

Feldman, Matthew. “Far right, alt-right, near right: mainstreaming extremes.” Safe and free: Democratic security and human rights – Democratic security debates at the Council of Europe 2015-2017. Council of Europe, 2018. 115-123.

Filc, Dani. “Political Radicalization in Israel: From a Populist Habitus to Radical Right Populism in Government.” Expressions of Radicalization. Ed. Kristian Steiner and Andreas Önnerfors. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018. 121-145. Abstract.

Firestone, Jay. “Three Months Inside Alt-Right New York.” Commune 1 (Fall 2018). Mentions American Renaissance (Jared Taylor’s journal and conference); Andrew Anglin; “black-pilled” (nihilistic about the prospects for the movement); Jef Costello (Counter-Currents author); Council of Conservative Citizens (CoCC); Counter-Currents (alt-right publisher); The Daily Shoah (TRS flagship); The Daily Stormer (online hub for neo-Nazi news and social networking); The Daily Stormer Book Club; The Death of the West (book by Pat Buchanan); Robert “BoyHowdy” DePasquale (Stormfront personality); James Alex Fields; 4chan; the fourteen words” (the white nationalist passcode); Identity Europa; the Iron March Forum; Greg Johnson (Counter-Currents founder); Shia LeBeouf; Gavin McInnes (Vice Magazine co-founder and founder of the Proud Boys); “Eli Mosley” (real name Elliot Kline) (of Identity Europa); Mike “Enoch” Peinovich (TRS founder and host of The Daily Shoah); the Proud Boys (a “Western chauvinist fraternal organization,” founded by Gavin McInnes); The Right Stuff (TRS network of podcasts); Dylann Roof (Charleston, South Carolina, shooter); Richard Spencer; “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville; Vanguard America (VA); and Zionist-Occupied Government. Full text.

Fletcher, Luke. “Confusion and convergence: the Nazi challenge to world order and the CFR response, 1940–1941.” International Politics 55.6 (November 2018): 888–903. Abstract and references.

Flisfeder, Matthew. “‘Trump’—What Does the Name Signify? Or, Protofascism and the Alt-right. Three Contradictions of the Present Conjuncture.” Cultural Politics 14.1 (2018). Full text.

Flynn, Don, and Gabriella Lazaridis. “Forging ‘the People’ in the UK: The Appeal of Populism and the Resistant Antibodies.” Citizens’ Activism and Solidarity Movements: Contending with Populism. Edited by Birte Siim, Anna Krasteva, and Aino Saarinen. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019. 79-110. Abstract and references.

Forchtner, Bernhard, A. Kroneder, and D. Wetzel. “Being skeptical? Exploring far-right climate change communication in Germany.” Environmental Communication (April 2018), in press. Abstract.

Fraune, Cornelia, and Michèle Knodt. “Sustainable energy transformations in an age of populism, post-truth politics, and local resistance.” Energy Research & Social Science, Available online 31 May 2018. Full text.

Freedman, Des. “Populism and media policy failure.” European Journal of Communication, First Published July 30, 2018.  Full text.

Froio, Caterina. “A New Nativism or a New Racism? French Far-Right and Islam.” Reset: Dialogues on Civilizations, 10 November 2018. Full text.

Froio, Caterina. “Race, Religion, or Culture? Framing Islam between Racism and Neo-Racism in the Online Network of the French Far Right.” Perspectives on Politics 16.3 (September 2018): 696-709. Full text. Data replication sets.

Froio, Caterina, and Bharath Ganesh. “The transnationalisation of far right discourse on Twitter. Issues and actors that cross borders in Western European democracies.” European Societies, Published online: 20 July 2018. Abstract.

Fuchs, Christian. “Authoritarian capitalism, authoritarian movements and authoritarian communication.” Media, Culture & Society 40.5 (July 2018): 779-791. Full text.

Galston, William A. “The Populist Challenge to Liberal Democracy.” Journal of Democracy 29.2 (April 2018). Full text (advance version).

Gardell, Mattias. “Urban Terror: The Case of Lone Wolf Peter Mangs.” Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 09 Apr 2018. Full text.

Gattinara, Pietro Castelli, and Andrea L. P. Pirro. “The far right as social movement.” European Societies, Published online: 17 July 2018. Abstract.

Gattinara, Pietro Castelli, and Caterina Froio. “Getting ‘right’ into the news: grassroots far-right mobilization and media coverage in Italy and France.” Comparative European Politics, First Online: 13 April 2018. Abstract and references.

Gebauer, Ronald, and Lars Vogel. “Immigration and its Consequences for European Integration. A Multi-Level Analysis of European National Representatives’ Perceptions.” The Contested Status of Political Elites: At the Crossroads. Edited by Lars Vogel, Ronald Gebauer and Axel Salheiser. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, and New York: Routledge, 2018.

Georgiadou, Vasiliki, Lamprini Rori, and Costas Roumanias. “Mapping the European far right in the 21st century: A meso-level analysis.” Electoral Studies 54 (August 2018): 103-115.  Full text.

Gill, Tom. “The Nativist Backlash: Exploring the Roots of the Action Conservative Movement.” Social Science Japan Journal 21.2 (Summer 2018): 175-192. Abstract.

Giovannini, Arianna, Daniele Albertazzi, and Antonella Seddone. “‘No regionalism please, we are Leghisti!’ The transformation of the Italian Lega Nord under the leadership of Matteo Salvini.” Regional & Federal Studies, Published online: 3 Sept. 2018. Abstract and here.

Giraudi, Giorgio C.S. “Populism: What Is and Why We Need A Multidimensional Approach to Understand it.” European Scientific Journal 14.8 (March 2018): 16-29. Full text.

Goldstein, Jared A. “Unfit for the Constitution: Nativism and the Constitution, from the Founding Fathers to Donald Trump.” 20 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 489 (2018). Full text and here and here.

Gómez Marcos, Eva. “The Desire to Restore State Sovereignty in the European Union: Brexit As Case Study.” International Journal of Global Community 1.2 (July 2018): 81-96. Full text.

Gonawela, A’ndre, Joyojeet Pal, Udit Thawani, Elmer van der Vlugt, Wim Out, and Priyank Chandra. “Speaking their Mind: Populist Style and Antagonistic Messaging in the Tweets of Donald Trump, Narendra Modi, Nigel Farage, and Geert Wilders.” Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW): The Journal of Collaborative Computing and Work Practices (2018): 1–34. Abstract and references.

Goodwin, Matthew. “Why a far-right party with white supremacist roots is on the rise — in Sweden.” The Washington Post, September 10, 2018. On the Sweden Democrats (Swedish national populist party rooted in white supremacism). Full text.

Gordon, Linda. “When the Ku Klux Klan was a mass movement.” History Extra, September 20, 2018. Full text.

Gorodzeisky, Anastasia, and Moshe Semyonov.  “Competitive threat and temporal change in anti-immigrant sentiment: Insights from a hierarchical age-period-cohort model.”  Social Science Research, Available online 26 March 2018.  Abstract.

Govil, Nitin, and Anirban Kapil Baishya.  “The Bully in the Pulpit: Autocracy, Digital Social Media, and Right-wing Populist Technoculture.”  Communication, Culture and Critique 11.1 (1 March 2018): 67–84.  Full text.

Gradoń, Kacper. “Countering lone-actor terrorism: specification of requirements for potential intervention.” Studia Iuridica 72 (2018): 121-147. Abstract.

Grande, Edgar, Tobias Schwarzbözl, and Matthias Fatke. “Politicizing immigration in Western Europe.” Journal of European Public Policy, Published online: 23 Oct 2018. Abstract.

Griffin, Roger, and Rita Almeida de Carvalho. “Editorial Introduction: Architectural Projections of a ‘New Order’ in Fascist and Para-Fascist Interwar Dictatorships.” Fascism 7 (2018) 133-140. Full text.

Grigoryan, Lusine K., and Vladimir Ponizovskiy. “The three facets of national identity: Identity dynamics and attitudes toward immigrants in Russia.” International Journal of Comparative Sociology, First Published October 19, 2018. Abstract.

Gruenewald, Jeff, Brent R. Klein, William S. Parkin, and Joshua D. Freilich. “A Situated Comparison of Suicide and Non-Suicide Terrorist Plots and Homicides in the United States, 1990-2014.” Crime & Delinquency, First Published September 2, 2018. Abstract.

Guhl, Jakob, and Julia Ebnerin. “Islamist and Far-Right Extremists: Rhetorical and Strategic Allies in the Digital Age.” Radicalisation Research Debate, 3 Sept. 2018. On the interplay between the narratives and strategies of Islamist and far-right extremists, with an emphasis on the digital space. Full text.

Hafez, Farid, and Reinhard Heinisch. “Breaking with Austrian Consociationalism: How the Rise of Rightwing Populism and Party Competition Have Changed Austria’s Islam Politics.” Politics and Religion, Published online: 7 May 2018.  Full text.

Haines, John R. “A New Political Movement Emerges on Hungary’s Far Right.” Foreign Policy Research Institute, July 10, 2018. On Mi Hazánk Mozgalom (“Our Country Movement” aka “MHM”). Full text.

Halikiopoulou, Daphne. “A right-wing populist momentum? A review of 2017 elections across Europe.” JCMS Annual review of the European Union, 2018. Full text.

Halikiopoulou, Daphne, and Sofia Vasilopoulou. “Breaching the Social Contract: Crises of Democratic Representation and Patterns of Extreme Right Party Support.” Government and Opposition 53.1 (January 2018): 26-50.  Full text.

Halmai, Gábor. “How the EU can and should cope with illiberal Member States.” Quaderni costituzionali / Italian Journal of Constitutional Law 38.2 (June 2018): 313-340. On the Hungarian and Polish lack of compliance with the core values of the EU pronounced in Article 2 TEU. Full text.

Hameleers, Michael. “Augmenting polarization via social media? A comparative analysis of Trump’s and Wilders’ online populist communication and the electorate’s interpretations surrounding the elections.” Acta Politica, First Online: 3 October 2018. Abstract and references.

Hargitai, Tibor. “Do Eurosceptic Parties Matter for EU Politics in The Hague?” Grotius (Corvinus University of Budapest) (2018): 1-12. Full text.

Harsin, Jayson.  “Post-Truth Populism: The French Anti-Gender Theory Movement and Cross-Cultural Similarities.”  Communication, Culture and Critique 11.1 (1 March 2018): 35–52.  Full text.

Harteveld, Eelco, and Elisabeth Ivarsflaten.  “Why Women Avoid the Radical Right: Internalized Norms and Party Reputations.”  British Journal of Political Science 48.2 (April 2018): 369-384.  Abstract and references.

Hatfield, Joe Edward.  “Toxic Identification: #Twinks4Trump and the Homonationalist Rearticulation of Queer Vernacular Rhetoric.”  Communication, Culture and Critique 11.1 (1 March 2018): 147–161.  Full text.

Hatakka, Niko. “Facebook and the populist right: How populist politicians use social media to reimagine the news in Finland and the UK.” The Media and Austerity: Comparative perspectives. Edited by Laura Basu, Steve Schifferes, and Sophie Knowles. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, and New York: Routledge, 2018.

Haugsgjerd, Atle. “Moderation or radicalisation? How executive power affects right-wing populists’ satisfaction with democracy.” Electoral Studies, Available online 15 October 2018. First page.

Havlík, Vlastimil, and Petr Voda. “Cleavages, Protest or Voting for Hope? The Rise of Centrist Populist Parties in the Czech Republic.” Swiss Political Science Review 24.2 (April 16, 2018): 161-186. First page.

Hearse, Phil. “Britain: How serious is the far-right threat?” Green Left Weekly 1201 (30 Oct. 2018): 14. Full text.

Hedges, Paul.  “Countering the Far-Right.”  RSIS Commentaries (Singapore: Nanyang Technological University) 45 (Mar. 16, 2018).  Full text.

Hegeman, Susan, and Paul Ortiz. “Nazis on Campus: A Union and Community Responds.” Thought & Action: The NEA Higher Education Journal 34.1 (Summer 2018): 7-22. Full text.

Heinisch, Reinhard, and Vanessa Marent. “Sub-state territorial claims making by a nationwide radical right-wing populist party: the case of the Austrian Freedom Party.” Comparative European Politics, First Online: 22 October 2018. Abstract and references.

Heinisch, Reinhard, Emanuele Massetti, and Oscar Mazzoleni. “Populism and ethno-territorial politics in European multi-level systems.” Comparative European Politics, First Online: 19 October 2018. Abstract and references.

Heinze, Anna-Sophie. “Strategies of mainstream parties towards their right-wing populist challengers: Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland in comparison.” West European Politics 41.2 (2018): 287-309. Abstract.

Hendrikse, Reijer. “Neo-illiberalism.” Geoforum, Available online 6 July 2018. Abstract.

Hennig, Anja. “Political genderphobia in Europe: accounting for right-wing political-religious alliances against gender-sensitive education reforms since 2012.” Zeitschrift für Religion, Gesellschaft und Politik, First Online: 22 October 2018. Full text.

Hertel-Fernandez, Alexander, Theda Skocpol, and Jason Sclar. “When Political Mega-Donors Join Forces: How the Koch Network and the Democracy Alliance Influence Organized U.S. Politics on the Right and Left.” Studies in American Political Development, Published online: 22 October 2018. Abstract and references.

Herzog-Evans, Martine.  “A comparison of two structured professional judgment tools for violent extremism and their relevance in the French context.”  European Journal of Probation, First Published February 11, 2018.  Abstract and references.

Hof, Tobias. “From Extremism to Terrorism: The Radicalisation of the Far Right in Italy and West Germany.” Contemporary European History, Published online: 24 May 2018.  Full text.

Hofmann, David C. “How ‘Alone’ are Lone-Actors? Exploring the Ideological, Signaling, and Support Networks of Lone-Actor Terrorists.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Published online: 2 Oct 2018. Full text.

Holt, Thomas J., Joshua D. Freilich, Steven M. Chermak, Colleen Mills, and Jason Silva. “Loners, Colleagues, or Peers? Assessing the Social Organization of Radicalization.” American Journal of Criminal Justice, First Online: 16 April 2018. Abstract, Appendix: Case Study Template, and References.

Horne, Gerald. “The Apocalypse of Settler Colonialism.” Monthly Review 69.11 (April 2018). Full text and here.

Hummel, Daniel. “Hate Groups and Muslim Population Changes in the Fifty States: Does the Presence of Muslims Encourage Hate Group Formation?” International Journal on Minority and Group Rights 25.2 (2018): 317-332. Abstract.

Iakimova, Olga. “Exploring the Dynamics of Xenophobia in the Nordic Countries.” Changing Societies & Personalities 2.1 (2018): 17-29. Full text.

Inwood, Joshua. “White supremacy, white counter-revolutionary politics, and the rise of Donald Trump.” Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space, First Published July 26, 2018. Abstract.

Ivaldi, Gilles. “Contesting the EU in times of crisis: The Front National and politics of Euroscepticism in France.” Politics, first published online: April 11, 2018. Abstract and references.

Ivaldi, Gilles, and Jérôme Dutozia. “The ‘territorialization’ of the Front National’s populist politics in France.” Comparative European Politics, First Online: 17 October 2018. Abstract and references.

Jackson, Sam. “‘We Are Patriots:’ Uses of National History in Legitimizing Extremism.” EuropeNow, October 2, 2018. Full text.

Jacobs, Laura, Mark Boukes, and Rens Vliegenthart. “Combined Forces: Thinking and/or Feeling? How News Consumption Affects Anti-Muslim Attitudes through Perceptions and Emotions about the Economy.” Political Studies, First Published April 24, 2018. Abstract and references.

Jamin, Jérôme. “Cultural Marxism: A survey.” Religion Compass 12.1-2 (January-February 2018): e12258. Full text.

Jedinger, Alexander, and Axel M Burger. “The Role of Right-Wing Authoritarianism and Political Sophistication in Shaping Attitudes toward Redistribution.” European Journal of Social Psychology, First published: 17 July 2018. Abstract.

Jeffries, Laura. “The White Meme’s Burden: Replication and Adaptation in Twenty-First Century White Supremacist Internet Cultures.” Reception: Texts, Readers, Audiences, History 10.1 (2018): 50-73. Abstract and first page.

Jenne, Erin K. “Is Nationalism or Ethnopopulism on the Rise Today?” Ethnopolitics 17.5 (2018): 546-552. Full text.

Johnson, Derek.  “From the Ruins: Neomasculinity, Media Franchising, and Struggles Over Industrial Reproduction of Culture.”  Communication, Culture and Critique 11.1 (1 March 2018): 85–99.  Full text.

Johnson, Jessica.  “The Self-Radicalization of White Men: ‘Fake News’ and the Affective Networking of Paranoia.”  Communication, Culture and Critique 11.1 (1 March 2018): 100–115.  Full text.

Jost, John T., Pablo Barberá, Richard Bonneau, Melanie Langer, Megan Metzger, Jonathan Nagler, Joanna Sterling, Joshua A. Tucker.  “How Social Media Facilitates Political Protest: Information, Motivation, and Social Networks.”  Political Psychology 39, Supplement S1 (February 2018): 85–118.  Full text.

Kallis, Aristotle. “Populism, Sovereigntism, and the Unlikely Re- Emergence of the Territorial Nation-State.” Fudan Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences 11.3 (September 2018): 285–302. Full text.

Kallis, Aristotle. “The European Union and the Mainstreaming of the Radical Right?” Insight Turkey 20.3 (Summer 2018): 61-75. Full text.

Kalmar, Ivan, Christopher Stevens, and Nicholas Worby. “Twitter, Gab, and Racism: The Case of the Soros Myth.” SMSociety ’18: Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Social Media and Society, Copenhagen, Denmark — July 18-20, 2018. New York: ACM, 2018. 330-334. Abstract.

Kanji, Azeezah. “Framing Muslims in the ‘War on Terror’: Representations of Ideological Violence by Muslim versus Non-Muslim Perpetrators in Canadian National News Media.” Religions 9.9 (September 2018). Full text.

Kaplan, Jeffrey. “America’s apocalyptic literature of the radical right.” International Sociology, First Published May 18, 2018. Abstract and references.

Kasekamp, Andres, Mari-Liis Madisson, and Louis Wierenga. “Discursive Opportunities for the Estonian Populist Radical Right in a Digital Society.” Problems of Post-Communism, Published online: 9 Apr 2018. Abstract.

Kefala, Argyro. “Populism: Towards a Strategic Communication Framework.” Journal of Media Critiques [JMC] 4.14 (2018): 215-229. Full text.

Kelemen, Daniel. “Europe’s Pet Autocrats.” Aspen Review 2 (2018): 50-56. Mentions British Conservatives; Euroskeptic European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR) (nationalist party); Fidesz party (Hungarian far-right party); Jim Crow American South; Viktor Orbán; PiS (ECR’s Polish affiliate); and “subnational authoritarianism.” Full text and here.

Kim, Juho. “The radical market-oriented policies of the Alternative for Germany (AfD) and support from non-beneficiary groups – discrepancies between the party’s policies and its supporters.” Asian Journal of German and European Studies 3.6 (December 2018). Full text.

Kitayama, Yuka. “The rise of the far right in Japan, and challenges posed for education.” London Review of Education 16.2 (2018): 250-267. Full text.

Klein, Ofra, and Jasper Muis. “Online discontent: comparing Western European far-right groups on Facebook.” European Societies, Published online: 10 July 2018. Abstract.

Koehler, Daniel, and Peter Popella. “Mapping Far-right Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) Terrorism Efforts in the West: Characteristics of Plots and Perpetrators for Future Threat Assessment.” Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 15 Aug 2018. Abstract.

Kohutova, Maria, and Mateja Horvat. “Populism in Old and New Democracies: Comparative Analysis of True Finns, Sweden Democrats, ANO and OL’aNO.” Mali Levijatan: studentski casopis za politologiju 5.1 (July 2018): 3-33. Full text.

Kosoff, Maya.  “Why the Right’s Dark-Web Trolls Are Taking Over YouTube.”  Vanity Fair, March 1, 2018.  Full text.

Kotouza, Dimitra. “Whose Lives Matter? Nationalism, Anti-Fascism and the Relationship with Immigrants.” Πέρα από την κρίση. Μετά την κατάρρευση της θεσμικής ελπίδας, τι; Κατερίνα Νασιώκα, Παναγιώτης Δούλος, John Holloway (επιμ.). 2017.  Full text.

Koulouris, Theodore. “Online misogyny and the alternative right: debating the undebatable.” Feminist Media Studies 18.4 (2018): 750-761. Abstract.

Krasteva, Anna, Aino Saarinen, and Birte Siim. “Citizens’ Activism for Reimagining and Reinventing Citizenship Countering Far-Right Populism.” Citizens’ Activism and Solidarity Movements: Contending with Populism. Edited by Birte Siim, Anna Krasteva, and Aino Saarinen. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019. 265-292. Abstract and references.

Krizsán, Andrea, and Birte Siim. “Gender equality and family in European populist radical-right agendas: European parliamentary debates 2014.” Gender and Generational Division in EU citizenship. Edited by Trudie Knijn and Manuela Naldin. Cheltenham, Glos, UK, and Northampton, MA: Edward Arnold Publishing Ltd, 2018. 39-59. Abstract.

Krüger, Steffen. “Unable to mourn again? Media(ted) reactions to German neo-Nazi terrorism.” Shared Traumas, Silent Loss, Public and Private Mourning. Edited by Lene Auestad. London: Karnac Books Ltd, 2017. Reprinted London and New York: Routledge, 2018. 59-76. Chapter abstract.

Laczó, Ferenc. “New Sensibilities, New Volatilities: Antisemitism in Contemporary Hungary.” Antisemitism Studies 2.1 (Spring 2018): 75-108. First page.

LaFree, Gary, and Joshua D. Freilich. “Government Policies for Counteracting Violent Extremism.” Annual Review of Criminology 2, Review in Advance first posted online on October 12, 2018. Abstract.

Lamerichs, Nicolle, Dennis Nguyen, Mari Carmen Puerta Melguizo, Radmila Radojevic, and Anna Lange-Böhmer. “Elite male bodies: The circulation of alt-Right memes and the framing of politicians on Social Media.” Participations: Journal of Audience & Reception Studies 15.1 (May 2018): 180-206. Full text.

Laqua, Daniel. “Rocking Against the Right: Political Activism and Popular Music in West Germany, 1979-1980.” History Workshop Journal 86 (October 2018): 160-183. Full text and here and here.

Latif, Mehr, Kathleen Blee, Matthew DeMichele, and Pete Simi. “How Emotional Dynamics Maintain and Destroy White Supremacist Groups.” Humanity & Society, First Published October 3, 2018. Abstract.

Laxer, Emily. “‘We are all republicans’: Political Articulation and the Production of Nationhood in France’s Face Veil Debate.” Comparative Studies in Society and History 60.4 (October 2018): 938-967. Abstract and references.

Leahy, Stephen M. “George Wallace and the Myth of the White Ethnic Backlash in Milwaukee, 1958–1964.” Polish American Studies 75.2 (Autumn 2018): 31-54. First page.

LeCras, Luke. “‘Europe A Nation’ or ‘Common Market Suicide’? Fascism, European Entanglement and the Ideology of Britain’s Extreme Right, 1945-75.” Australian Journal of Politics & History, First published: 5 October 2018. Abstract.

Lee, Joonseong, and Katherine E Brown.  “‘Make Korea with America Great Again’: An Articulation and Assemblage of South Korean Extreme Right Practices.”  Communication, Culture and Critique 11.1 (1 March 2018): 53–66.  Full text.

Lehmann, Pola, and Malisa Zobel.  “Positions and saliency of immigration in party manifestos: A novel dataset using crowd coding.”  European Journal of Political Research, First published: 8 February 2018.  Full textAppendices.

Lemelin, Bernard. “A Fiery and Unabated Supporter of Post-War Isolationism: Journalist John T. Flynn and American Foreign Policy, 1945–60.” Canadian Review of American Studies, Published Online: August 01, 2018. Abstract.

Levi, Neil, and Michael Rothberg. “Memory studies in a moment of danger: Fascism, postfascism, and the contemporary political imaginary.” Memory Studies 11.3 (2018): 355-367. Full text and here.

Liburd, Liam J. “Beyond the Pale: Whiteness, Masculinity and Empire in the British Union of Fascists, 1932-1940.” Fascism 7 (2018) 275-296. Full text.

Lim, Youngmi. “Responding to Hate in Contemporary Japan: Fragmenting Factors Obstructing Effective Ethnic Advocacy.” Social Science Japan Journal 21.2 (Summer 2018): 239–259. Abstract.

Loch, Dietmar. “Populism and the radical right in Europe: The paradigmatic case of the French Front National.” Populism and the Crisis of Democracy. Volume 2: Politics, Social Movements and Extremism. Edited by Gregor Fitzi, Juergen Mackert, and Bryan S. Turner. London: Routledge, 2018. Chapter abstract.

Lockwood, Matthew. “Right-wing populism and the climate change agenda: exploring the linkages.” Environmental Politics 27.4 (2018): 712-732. Full text.

Lönnqvist, Jan-Erik, Zsolt Péter Szabó, and Laszlo Kelemen. “Rigidity of the far-right? Motivated social cognition in a nationally representative sample of Hungarians on the eve of the far-right breakthrough in the 2010 elections.” International Journal of Psychology, Brief Research Report, online 26 April 2018. Abstract.

Mader, Matthias, and Harald Schoen. “The European refugee crisis, party competition, and voters’ responses in Germany.” West European Politics, Published online: 23 Oct 2018. Full text.

Makarychev, Andrey. “National conservative parties in Baltic-Nordic Europe: no countries for Putin’s men.” Russia and the EU: Spaces of Interaction. Edited By Thomas Hoffmann and Andrey Makarychev. London and New York: Routledge, 2018. 93-110. Abstract.

Malkki, Leena, Mats Fridlund, and Daniel Sallamaa. “Terrorism and Political Violence in the Nordic Countries.” Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 6 Jun 2018. Full text.

Mansouri, Fethi, and MatteoVergani. “Intercultural contact, knowledge of Islam, and prejudice against muslims in Australia.” International Journal of Intercultural Relations 66 (September 2018): 85-94. Abstract.

Manthe, Barbara. “On the Pathway to Violence: West German Right-Wing Terrorism in the 1970s.” Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 9 Oct 2018. Abstract.

Manz, Caitlin. “The Increased National Threat of Domestic, Right-Wing Extremist Terrorism.” The Journal of Intelligence, Conflict and Warfare 1.1 (2018). Full text.

Marghitu, Stefania, and Kelsey Moore Johnson.  “Feminist Online Responses Against the U.S. Alt-right: Using The Handmaid’s Tale as a Symbol and Catalyst of Resistance.”  Communication, Culture and Critique 11.1 (1 March 2018): 183–185.  Full text.

Margulies, Ben. “Nativists are Populists, Not Liberals.” Journal of Democracy 29.1 (January 2018): 141-147. Abstract and first page.

Marinho, Jorge. “Media, Globalization and Far-Right Nationalism: Lingering Ideologies.” Marinho Media Analysis, May 23, 2018. Full text.

Maris, Cees. “Close the Borders!: Dutch Intolerance and Freedom of Speech.” Tolerance: Experiments with Freedom in the Netherlands. Cham: Springer, 2018. 335-360. Chapter abstract and references.

Massanari, Adrienne L. “Rethinking Research Ethics, Power, and the Risk of Visibility in the Era of the ‘Alt-Right’ Gaze.” Social Media + Society 4.2 (April 2018). Full text.

Martin, Simon. “Football, Fascism and Fandom in Modern Italy.” Revista Crítica de Ciências Sociais (RCCS) 116 (2018): 111-134. Full text.

Martino, Maria Grazia, and Konstantinos Papastathis. “The Radical Right and Religious Discourse. The Independent Greeks, the Lega Nord and the Sweden Democrats Compared.” Das Narrativ von der Wiederkehr der Religion. Ed. Holger Zapf, Oliver Hidalgo, and Philipp W. Hildmann. Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 2018. 261-287. Preview.

Marx, Paul, and Elias Naumann. “Do right-wing parties foster welfare chauvinistic attitudes? A longitudinal study of the 2015 ‘refugee crisis’ in Germany.” Electoral Studies 52 (April 2018): 111-116. Abstract and research data.

Mason, Carol.  “Right-Wing Literature in the United States since the 1960s.”  Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Literature, 2018.  Full text.

Mattson, Christer, and Thomas Johansson. “Becoming, Belonging and Leaving – Exit Processes among Young Neo-Nazis in Sweden.” Journal for Deradicalization 16 (Fall 2018): 33-69. Full text.

Mayne, Michael. “White Nationalism and the Rhetoric of Nostalgia.” Affect, Emotion, and Rhetorical Persuasion in Mass Communication: Theories and Case Studies. Edited by Lei Zhang and Carlton Clark. New York: Routledge, 2018. Chapter abstract.

Mazzoleni, Oscar, and Carlo Ruzza. “Combining regionalism and nationalism: the Lega in Italy and the Lega dei Ticinesi in Switzerland.” Comparative European Politics, First Online: 26 October 2018. Abstract and references.

McCanne, Michael. “When the Klan Came to Town.” Boston Review, October 23, 2018. Full text.

McDonnell, Duncan, and Annika Werner.  “Respectable radicals: why some radical right parties in the European Parliament forsake policy congruence.”  Journal of European Public Policy 25.5 (2018): 747-763.  Abstract.

Meer, Nasar. “Race Equality after Enoch Powell.” The Political Quarterly, First published: 11 July 2018. Full text.

Merkel, Wolfgang Felix Scholl. “Illiberalism, Populism and Democracy in East and West.” Politologický časopis – Czech Journal of Political Science, 25.1 (2018): 28-44. Abstract and here.

Merrill, Samuel, and Mathilda Åkerlund. “Standing Up for Sweden? The Racist Discourses, Architectures and Affordances of an Anti-Immigration Facebook Group.” Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, Published: 26 September 2018. On the case of the Stå Upp För Sverige [Stand up for Sweden] (SUFS) Facebook group. Full text.

Mirrlees, Tanner. “The Alt-right’s Discourse on ‘Cultural Marxism’: A Political Instrument of Intersectional Hate.” Atlantis 39.1 (2018): 49-69. Full text.

Miškolci, Jozef, Lucia Kovácová, and Edita Rigová. “Countering Hate Speech on Facebook: The Case of the Roma Minority in Slovakia.” Social Science Computer Review, First Published August 2, 2018. Abstract.

Moghadam, Valentine M. “Gendering the New Right-Wing Populisms: A Research Note.” Journal of World-Systems Research 24.2 (Summer/Fall 2018): 293-303. Full text.

Mols, Frank, and Jolanda Jetten. “Beyond the ‘crisis and losers of globalisation’ thesis: Explaining the appeal of One Nation.” Queensland Review 25.1 (June 2018): 27-38. Abstract and references.

Momoc, Antonio. “Populism 2.0, digital democracy and the new ‘enemies of the people.'” Communication Today 9.1 (2018): 58-77. Full text.

Montagna, Nicola. “The British Nationalist Right and the Gendering of Anti-migration Politics.” Gendering Nationalism: Intersections of Nation, Gender and Sexuality. Edited by Jon Mulholland, Nicola Montagna, and Erin Sanders-McDonagh. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018. 281-298. Abstract and references.

Morone, James A. “Health Policy and White Nationalism: Historical Lessons, Disruptive Populism, and Two Parties at a Crossroads.” Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 43.4 (August 2018): 683-706. Full text.

Morrow, Elizabeth A., and John Meadowcroft. “The Rise and Fall of the English Defence League: Self-Governance, Marginal Members and the Far Right.” Political Studies, First Published June 8, 2018. Full text.

Mosimann, Nadja, Line Rennwald, and Adrian Zimmermann. “The Radical Right, the Labour Movement and the Competition for the Workers’ Vote.” Economic and Industrial Democracy, First Published August 24, 2018. Full text.

Mudde, Cas. “Politics at the Fringes? Eastern Europe’s Populists, Racists, and Extremists.” The Routledge Handbook of East European Politics. Ed. Adam Fagan and Petr Kopecký. London and New York: Routledge, 2018. 254-263. Full text.

Mudde, Cas. “Populism in the Twenty-First Century: An Illiberal Democratic Response to Undemocratic Liberalism.” Public Seminar, October 2, 2018. Full text.

Mudde, Cas, and Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser. “Studying Populism in Comparative Perspective: Reflections on the Contemporary and Future Research Agenda.” Comparative Political Studies, First Published July 26, 2018. Abstract.

Mueller, Jessica, and Ronn Johnson. “Emerging trends in technology and forensic psychological roots of radicalization and lone wolf terrorists.” Emerging and Advanced Technologies in Diverse Forensic Sciences. Edited by Ronn Johnson. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, and New York: Routledge, 2018.

Mukherjee, S. Romi. “Make America Great Again as White Political Theology.” Revue LISA/LISA e-journal 16.2 (2018). Full text.

Mulholland, Jon. “Gendering the ‘White Backlash’: Islam, Patriarchal ‘Unfairness’, and the Defense of Women’s Rights Among Women Supporters of the British National Party.” Gendering Nationalism: Intersections of Nation, Gender and Sexuality. Edited by Jon Mulholland, Nicola Montagna, and Erin Sanders-McDonagh. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018. 165-185. Full text.

Mulinari, Diana, and Anders Neergaard. “A contradiction in terms? migrant activists in the Sweden Democrats party.” Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power, Published online: 2 Feb 2018. Abstract.

Murphy, Justin, and Daniel Devine. “Does Media Coverage Drive Public Support for UKIP or Does Public Support for UKIP Drive Media Coverage?” British Journal of Political Science, Published online: 31 July 2018.  Full text.

Nagan, Winston P., and Samantha R. Manausa. “The Rise of Rightwing Populism in Europe and the United States.” International Journal of Social Science Studies 6.10 (October 2018): 50-57. Full text.

Nagata, Yoshiaki. “What are the Reasons the National Front Has Succeeded in French Society?” Student Journal of International Liberal Arts (Akita International University) 5 (March 2018): 82-99. Full text.

Nanni, Federico, Goran Glavaš, Simone Paolo Ponzetto, Sara Tonelli, Nicolò Conti, Ahmet Aker, Alessio Palmero Aprosio, Arnim Bleier, Benedetta Carlotti, Theresa Gessler, Tim Henrichsen, Dirk Hovy, Christian Kahmann, Mladen Karan, Akitaka Matsuo, Stefano Menini, Dong Nguyen, Andreas Niekler, Lisa Posch, Federico Vegetti, Zeerak Waseem, Tanya Whyte, and Nikoleta Yordanova.  “Findings from the Hackathon on Understanding Euroscepticism Through the Lens of Textual Data.”  In: Proceedings of the LREC 2018 Workshop ParlaCLARIN : Miyazaki, Japan, Monday 7th May 2018; 1-8. LREC, Miyazaki, Japan, 2018.  Full text.

Natili, Marcello, Matteo Jessoula, Ilaria Madama, and Manos Matsaganis. “The Right(s) and minimum income in hard times: Southern and Eastern Europe compared.” European Societies, Published online: 11 July 2018. Full text.

Newkirk, Vann R., II. “White Supremacy Is the Achilles Heel of American Democracy.” The Atlantic, April 17, 2018. Mentions the alt-right movement; American Renaissance (far-right website); Stephen Bannon (former White House chief strategist); Breitbart; Josephus Daniels (editor of the Raleigh News and Observer and white supremacist); eugenics; Ku Klux Klan; Robert Mercer (conservative mega-donor and owner of Cambridge Analytica); “race realism”; scientific racism; Furnifold Simmons (North Carolina Democratic leader and white supremacist); southern state Jim Crow governments; Jared Taylor (owner of the website American Renaissance); and the 1898 Wilmington Massacre. Full text.

Nick, I. M. “In the wake of hate: A mixed-method analysis of anonymous threatening communications sent during the 2016 US presidential election.” Nordic Journal of Linguistics 41.2 (October 2018): 183-203. Abstract and references.

Niklasson, Elisabeth, and Herdis Hølleland.  “The Scandinavian far-right and the new politicisation of heritage.”  Journal of Social Archaeology, First Published February 20, 2018.  Abstract and references.

Norocel, Ov Cristian, Tuija Saresma, Tuuli Lähdesmäki, and Maria Ruotsalainen. “Discursive Constructions of White Nordic Masculinities in Right-wing Populist Media.” Men and Masculinities, First Published June 4, 2018. Abstract and references.

O’Brien, Peter.  “Islamophobia & Europhobia: Expanding Rhetorics of Exclusion.”  Bulletin of the Transilvania University of Brasov, Series IV: Philology and Cultural Studies 11 (60).1 (2018): 9-26.  Full text.

Odmalm, Pontus, and Jens Rydgren. “Introduction: comparing and reconceptualising the (populist) radical right.” European Political Science, First Online: 2 May 2018. Full text.

Oesch, Daniel, and Line Rennwald.  “Electoral competition in Europe’s new tripolar political space: Class voting for the left, centre-right and radical right.”  European Journal of Political Research, First published: 9 January 2018.  Abstract, figures, and tables.

Oppenheimer, Martin. “What Fascism Is, and Isn’t.” Against the Current 33.2 [no. 194] (May/Jun 2018). Full text.

Oravcová, Anna, and Jan Charvát. “Czech Rap Music and Right-Wing Attitudes.” Central European Journal of Politics 4.1 (2018): 80–105. Full text.

Orbach, Danny. “Pure Spirits: Imperial Japanese Justice and Right-Wing Terrorists, 1878-1936.” Asian Studies VI (XXII), 2 (2018): 129-156. Full text.

Oskolkov, Petr. “Nationalism in Party Ideologies in Estonia: Nature and Manifestations.” Politychni partiyi i vybory: ukrayins’ki ta svitovi praktyky (Political parties and elections: Ukrainian and world practices) (Lviv) 2 (2018): 198-202. Full text.

Ost, David. “Workers and the Radical Right in Poland.” International Labor and Working-Class History 93 (Spring 2018): 113-124. Abstract and references.

Otjes, Simon, Gilles Ivaldi, Anders Ravik Jupskås, and Oscar Mazzoleni. “It’s not Economic Interventionism, Stupid! Reassessing the Political Economy of Radical Right-wing Populist Parties.” Swiss Political Science Review (SPSR), First published: 20 April 2018. Full text.

Ottosen, Rune, and Steen Steensen. “Blood and Security during the Norway Attacks: Authorities’ Twitter Activity and Silence.” Social Media Use in Crisis and Risk Communication: Emergencies, Concerns and Awareness. Edited by: Harald Hornmoen and Klas Backholm. Bingley: Emerald Publishing Limited, 2018. 63-84. Full text.

Ouellette, Laurie, and Sarah Banet-Weiser.  “Special Issue: Media and the Extreme Right: Editor’s Introduction.”  Communication, Culture and Critique 11.1 (1 March 2018): 1–6.  Full text.

Pajnik, Mojca. “Media Populism on the Example of Right-Wing Political Parties’ Communication in Slovenia.” Problems of Post-Communism, Published online: 15 Nov. 2018. Abstract.

Pap, Norbert, and Viktor Glied. “Hungary’s Turn to the East: Jobbik and Islam.” Europe-Asia Studies, Published online: 6 Jun 2018.  Abstract.

Pareschi, Andrea, and Alessandro Albertini. “Immigration, Elites and the European Union. The Framing of Populism in the Discourse of Farage’s UKIP.” Comunicazione politica 2 (August 2018): 247-272. Abstract.

Parker, David, Julia M. Pearce, Lasse Lindekilde, and M. Brooke Rogers. “Press coverage of lone-actor terrorism in the UK and Denmark: shaping the reactions of the public, affected communities and copycat attackers.” Critical Studies on Terrorism, Published online: 19 Jul 2018. Abstract.

Patana, Pauliina. “Changes in local context and electoral support for the populist radical right: Evidence from Finland.” Party Politics, First Published November 8, 2018. Abstract.

Paternotte, David, and Roman Kuhar. “Disentangling and Locating the ‘Global Right’: Anti-Gender Campaigns in Europe.” Politics and Governance 6.3 (2018): 6-19. Full text.

Pegram, Thomas R. “The Ku Klux Klan, Labor, and the White Working Class During the 1920s.” The Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era 17.2 (April 2018): 373-396. Abstract and notes.

Perocco, Fabio. “Anti-Migrant Islamophobia in Europe. Social Roots, Mechanisms and Actors.” REMHU: Revista Interdisciplinar da Mobilidade Humana, Brasília, 26.53 (ago. 2018): 25-40. Full text.

Perry, Barbara. “Moving to the right.” The Monitor (Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives) 25.2 (July/August 2018): 9-10. Full text and here.

Perry, Barbara, and Ryan Scrivens. “A Climate for Hate? An Exploration of the Right-Wing Extremist Landscape in Canada.” Critical Criminology, First Online: 23 April 2018. Abstract and references.

Perry, Barbara, David C. Hofmann, and Ryan Scrivens. “‘Confrontational but Not Violent’: An Assessment of the Potential for Violence by the Anti-Authority Community in Canada.” Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 19 Sept. 2018. On anti-authority activists from groups such as the Freemen-on-the-Land, Sovereign Citizens, and similar movements within Canada. Abstract.

Perry, Gali, Per-Olof H. Wikström, and Gabriela D. Roman. “Differentiating Right-Wing Extremism from Potential for Violent Extremism: The Role of Criminogenic Exposure.” International Journal of Developmental Science, First published: 13 July 2018. Abstract.

Perry, Simon, Badi Hasisi, and Gali Perry. “Lone terrorists: A study of run-over attacks in Israel.” European Journal of Criminology, First Published April 19, 2018. Full text.

Phillips, Joe, and Joseph Yi. “Charlottesville Paradox: The ‘Liberalizing’ Alt-Right, ‘Authoritarian’ Left, and Politics of Dialogue.” Society 55.3 (June 2018): 221-228. Abstract.

Pilkington, Hilary, Elena Omelchenko, and Benjamin Perasović. “‘One Big Family’: Emotion, Affect and Solidarity in Young People’s Activism in Radical Right and Patriotic Movements.” Understanding Youth Participation Across Europe: From Survey to Ethnography. Eds. Hilary Pilkington, Gary Pollock, and Renata Franc. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018. 123-152. Abstract.

Pirro, Andrea L. P., and Dániel Róna. “Far-right activism in Hungary: youth participation in Jobbik and its network.” European Societies, Published online: 10 Jul 2018. Abstract and here.

Pirro, Andrea L. P., and Pietro Castelli Gattinara. “Movement Parties of the Far Right: The Organization and Strategies of Nativist Collective Actors.” Mobilization: An International Quarterly 23.3 (September 2018): 367-383. Abstract.

Pirro, Andrea L. P., and Stijn van Kessel. “Populist Eurosceptic trajectories in Italy and the Netherlands during the European crises.” Politics, First Published April 17, 2018. Full text.

Pirro, Andrea L. P., Paul Taggart, and Stijn van Kessel. “The populist politics of Euroscepticism in times of crisis: Comparative conclusions.” Politics 38.3 (August 2018): 378-390.  Full text.

Popescu, Diana I. “Staging Encounters with Estranged Pasts: Radu Jude’s The Dead Nation (2017) and the Cinematic Face of Public Memory of the Holocaust in Present-Day Romania.” Humanities 7.2 (2018): 40. Full text.

Portin, Fredrik. “Legitimacy for some: Right-wing populist rationality and antagonistic politics.” Scripta Instituti Donneriani Aboensis 28 (2018): 30–50. Full text.

Postill, John. “Populism and social media: a global perspective.” Media, Culture & Society, First Published May 8, 2018.  Abstract and references.

Poynting, Scott, and Linda Briskman. “Islamophobia in Australia: From Far-Right Deplorables to Respectable Liberals.” Social Sciences 7.11 (November 2018). Full text.

Proffitt, Jennifer M., and John Wesley White. “Preventing Violence or Promulgating Fear? ALEC, the NRA, and Guns on Campus.” Thought & Action: The NEA Higher Education Journal 34.1 (Summer 2018): 117-134. Full text.

Pytlas, Bartek. “Radical right politics in East and West: Distinctive yet equivalent.” Sociology Compass, First published: 31 August 2018. Abstract.

Randall, Frederika.  “‘Shoot the Beasts on Sight’: The Far Right and Italy’s Elections Their poisonous opposition to migrants, their loud rallies, and their fascistic violence dominate the run-up to the March 4 polling.”  The Nation, Feb 21, 2018.  Mentions ANPI (Italy’s official anti-fascist organization, the national association of partisans); Silvio Berlusconi; Casa Pound (a maverick far-right party); Luigi Di Maio (M5S’s leader and candidate for prime minister); Fascists United for Italy; Roberto Fiore (leader of Forza Nuova); Five Star Movement (M5S) (openly Euro-skeptic political party); Forza Italia (Berlusconi’s party); Forza Nuova (far right party); Fratelli d’Italia (Italian neofascist party); Beppe Grillo (founder of the M5S); Infoantifa Ecn (a group which keeps track of far-right violence in Italy); Italian Social Movement; Italian Social Republic; the League (formerly Northern League) (xenophobic); Mein Kampf (Hitler); Giorgia Meloni (leader of Fratelli d’Italia); Mussolini; Matteo Salvini (chief of the League); and Third Millennium Fascists.  Full text.

Ravelli, Galadriel, and Anna Cento Bull. “The Pinochet Regime and the Trans-nationalization of Italian Neo-fascism.” Hayek: A Collaborative Biography. Part XIII: ‘Fascism’ and Liberalism in the (Austrian) Classical Tradition. Edited by Robert Leeson. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018. 361-393. Chapter abstract and bibliography.

Ravndal, Jacob Aasland. “Explaining right-wing terrorism and violence in Western Europe: Grievances, opportunities and polarisation.” European Journal of Political Research 57.4 (November 2018): 845-866. Full text.

Ravndal, Jacob Aasland. “Right-wing Terrorism and Militancy in the Nordic Countries: A Comparative Case Study.” Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 17 May 2018. Abstract.

Reed, Alastair, and Jennifer Dowling. “The Role of Historical Narratives in Extremist Propaganda.” Defence Strategic Communications 4 (Spring 2018): 79-104. Full text and here.

Romero, Luis A., and Amina Zarrugh. “Islamophobia and the making of Latinos/as into terrorist threats.” Ethnic and Racial Studies 41.12 (2018): 2235-2254. Abstract.

Ross, Loretta J. “Demographically Doomed: White Supremacy, Electoral Power and Reproductive Justice.” DifferenTakes 92 (Spring 2018): 1-8. Full text.

Rucht, Dieter. “Mobilization Against Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Germany: A Social Movement Perspective.” Protest Movements in Asylum and Deportation. Edited by Sieglinde Rosenberger, Verena Stern, and Nina Merhaut. Springer: Cham, 2018. 225-245. Full text.

Rucht, Dieter. “Right-wing populism in context: A historical and systematic perspective.” Populism and the Crisis of Democracy. Volume 2: Politics, Social Movements and Extremism. Edited by Gregor Fitzi, Juergen Mackert, and Bryan S. Turner. London: Routledge, 2018. Chapter abstract.

Ruzza, Carlo. “Populism, migration, and xenophobia in Europe.” Routledge Handbook of Global Populism. Edited by Carlos de la Torre. London and New York: Routledge, 2018. 201-216. Chapter abstract.

Rydgren, Jens, and Sara van der Meiden. “The radical right and the end of Swedish exceptionalism.” European Political Science, First Online: 02 May 2018. Full text.

Salmela, Mikko, and Christian von Scheve. “Emotional Dynamics of Right- and Left-wing Political Populism.” Humanity & Society, First Published September 24, 2018. Abstract.

Sarkar, Bhaswati. “The Right Matters in European Politics.” Challenges in Europe. Edited by Gulshan Sachdeva. Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019. 147-180. Chapter abstract and references.

Sarrasin, Oriane, Theresa Kuhn, and Bram Lancee. “What Explains Increasing Euroscepticism in Switzerland? A Longitudinal Analysis.” Social Dynamics in Swiss Society: Empirical Studies Based on the Swiss Household Panel. Edited by Robin Tillmann, Marieke Voorpostel, and Peter Farago. Cham: Springer Open, 2018. 203-214. Full text and here.

Sathe, Nikhil. “Resistance Against Itself: Austrian Cinema’s Responses to the Far-Right.” Nationalism in Contemporary Western European Cinema. Edited by James Harvey. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018. 191-214. Chapter abstract and bibliography.

Sauer, Birgit. “The (Im)Possibility of Creating Counter-Hegemony Against the Radical Right: The Case of Austria.” Citizens’ Activism and Solidarity Movements: Contending with Populism. Edited by Birte Siim, Anna Krasteva, and Aino Saarinen. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019. 111-136. Abstract and references.

Scaini, Maurizio. “Populist Movements in Italy.” Phenomenon of growing popularity of radical political movements in Europe: causes and prospects: in 2 parts. Part 1.  Translation from the Russian by E.V. Shianova. Moscow: Institute of world civilizations, 2018. 106-114. Comparing the Northern League, the Five Stars Movement (M5S), and Casa Pound Italia. Full text.

Schmidt, Franzisca. “Drivers of Populism: A Four-country Comparison of Party Communication in the Run-up to the 2014 European Parliament Elections.” Political Studies 65.2 (May 2018): 459-479. Abstract and references.

Schmitt, Josephine B., Diana Rieger, Olivia Rutkowski, and Julian Ernst. “Counter-messages as Prevention or Promotion of Extremism?! The Potential Role of YouTube: Recommendation Algorithms.” Journal of Communication, Published: 21 June 2018. Abstract.

Schuurman, Bart, Edwin Bakker, Paul Gill, and Noémie Bouhana. “Lone Actor Terrorist Attack Planning and Preparation: A Data-Driven Analysis.” Journal of Forensic Sciences 63.4 (July 2018): 1191-1200. Full text.

Schwörer, Jakob. “Right-wing populist parties as defender of Christianity? The case of the Italian Northern League.” Zeitschrift für Religion, Gesellschaft und Politik, First Online: 26 September 2018. Full text.

Scrivens, Ryan, and Garth Davies.  “Identifying radical content online. Collaboration between social scientists and computer scientists could be the best way to help authorities address the threat of violent extremism.”  Policy Options (Institute for Research on Public Policy), January 31, 2018.  Full text.

Scrivens, Ryan, Garth Davies & Richard Frank.  “Searching for signs of extremism on the web: an introduction to Sentiment-based Identification of Radical Authors.”  Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression 10.1 (2018): 39-59.  Abstract and references.

Selb, Peter, and Simon Munzert. “Examining a Most Likely Case for Strong Campaign Effects: Hitler’s Speeches and the Rise of the Nazi Party, 1927–1933.” American Political Science Review 112.4 (November 2018): 1050-1066. Abstract and references.

Sinn, Jeffrey S. “Mapping Ideology: Combining the Schwartz Value Circumplex with Evolutionary Theory to Explain Ideological Differences.” Evolutionary Psychological Science, First Online: 03 August 2018. Abstract and references.

Sipma, Take, and Marcel Lubbers. “Contextual-level unemployment and support for radical-right parties: a meta-analysis.” Acta Politica, First Online: 13 October 2018. Abstract, appendices, and references.

Sixsmith, Ben. “The curious case of Ron Unz.” Spectator USA, September 15, 2018. Full text.

Slaven, James. “The Falange Española: A Spanish Paradox.” 10th International RAIS Conference on Social Sciences and Humanities (RAIS 2018). Advances in Social Science, Education and Humanities Research, volume 211. 235-242. Full text.

Smith, Greg.  “The Revenge of the Racists and the Silence of those who Worship the Lamb.”  Temple Tracts (William Temple Foundation) 4.1 (2018).  Full text.

Smith, Nathaniel M. “Fights on the Right: Social Citizenship, Ethnicity, and Postwar Cohorts of the Japanese Activist Right.” Social Science Japan Journal 21.2 (Summer 2018): 261–283. Abstract.

Soare, Sorina, and Claudiu D. Tufiș. “Phoenix Populism: Radical Right Parties’ Mobilization in Romania after 2015.” Problems of Post-Communism, Published online: 02 May 2018.  Full text.

Solheim, Øyvind Bugge. “Right-wing Terrorism and Out-group Trust: The Anatomy of a Terrorist Backlash.” Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 4 Jun 2018. Full text.

Soral, Wiktor, Michal Bilewicz, and Mikolaj Winiewski. “Exposure to hate speech increases prejudice through desensitization.” Aggressive Behavior 44.2 (March/April 2018): 136-146. Abstract.

“A Special Feature on Radicalism and Violence.” EuropeNow (Council for European Studies (CES) at Columbia University) 21 (Oct. 2018). Contents: Introduction by Cynthia Miller-Idriss, Nicole Shea, and Fabian Virchow – Research: “‘We Are Patriots’: Uses of National History in Legitimizing Extremism” by Sam Jackson – “The Rise of Populism and Violent Extremism in France: Two Sides of the Same Coin” by Aude Jehan-Robert – “Between the ‘Street’ and the ‘Salon,’ the Local and the National: Mediating Intelligentsia and the German New Right in Dresden” by Julian Göpffarth – “Everyday Securitization: Prevention and Preemption in British Counter-Terrorism” by Tom Pettinger – “Preventing Extremism and Terrorism: Reporting on an Intervention in Secondary Schools” by Raymond G. Slot, Frans Van Assche, and Sergio Vieira – Commentary: “Britain First: Banned on Facebook but not Solved” by Lella Nouri – “Protecting the Natural Environment? A Look at the Radical Right” by Bernhard Forchtner – “Mapping the Radical Right in Hungary” by Katherine Kondor – “Defending Free Speech: A New Front for Resisting Islamifcation” by Chris Allen – “Just Harmless Lunatics? The Reichsburger Movement in Germany” by Barbara Manthe – “Hearing Hate: White Power Musi” by Rob May – Campus Spotlight: American University: “An Interview with Cynthia Miller-Idriss” by Maria Nikolaeva Lechtarova – Syllabus: Terrorism, Extremism, and Education by Cynthia Miller-Idriss – “The Radical Right in the Global Context” by Cynthia Miller-Idriss. Full text.

Spittler, Marcus.  “Are Right-Wing Populist Parties a Threat to Democracy?”  Democracy and Crisis. Ed. Wolfgang Merkel and Sascha Kneip.  Cham: Springer, 2018. 97-121.  Abstract, appendix, and references.

Squire, Megan. “Network Analysis of Anti-Muslim Groups on Facebook.” Social Informatics 10th International Conference, SocInfo 2018, St. Petersburg, Russia, September 25-28, 2018, Proceedings, Part I. Edited by Steffen Staab, Olessia Koltsova, and Dmitry I. Ignatov. Cham: Springer, 2018. 403-419. Abstract and references.

Stanley, Jason. “Fascism and the University.” The Chronicle of Higher Education, September 2, 2018. Full text.

Statiev, Alexander. “The strategy of the organisation of Ukrainian nationalists in its quest for a sovereign state, 1939-1950.” Journal of Strategic Studies, Published online: 15 Oct 2018. Abstract.

Steenvoorden, Eefje, and Eelco Harteveld.  “The appeal of nostalgia: the influence of societal pessimism on support for populist radical right parties.”  West European Politics 41.1 (2018): 28-52.  Full text.

Stockemer, Daniel, Arne Niemann, Johannes Rabenschlag, Johanna Speyer, and Doris Unger. “Immigration, anti-immigrant attitudes and Eurosceptism: a meta-analysis.” French Politics, First Online: 4 June 2018. Abstract and references.

Stockemer, Daniel, Tobias Lentz, and Danielle Mayer. “Individual Predictors of the Radical Right-Wing Vote in Europe: A Meta-Analysis of Articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals (1995–2016).” Government and Opposition 53.3 (July 2018): 569-593.  Full text.

Stojarová, Vera. “Populist, Radical and Extremist Political Parties in Visegrad countries vis à vis the migration crisis. In the name of the people and the nation in Central Europe.” Open Political Science 1.1 (Jan. 2018): 32-45. Full text.

Stokel-Walker, Chris.  “Alt-right’s ‘Twitter’ is hate-speech hub.”  New Scientist 237.3167 (3 March 2018): 15.  Extract.

Surridge, Paula. “Brexit, British Politics, and the Left-Right Divide.” Political Insight 9.4 (December 2018): 4-7. First page.

Svitych, Alexander. “Populism or neo-nationalism?” POP, April 30, 2018. Full text.

Swami, Viren, David Barron, Laura Weis, and Adrian Furnham. “To Brexit or not to Brexit: The roles of Islamophobia, conspiracist beliefs, and integrated threat in voting intentions for the United Kingdom European Union membership referendum.” British Journal of Psychology 109.1 (February 2018): 156-179. Full text.

Sweeney, Matthew. “What is the Sovereign Citizen Movement, what do they believe and how are they spreading?” Radicalisation Research, 19 June 2018. Full text.

Szabó, Gabriella, Ov Cristian Norocel, and Márton Bene. “Media Visibility and Inclusion of Radical Right Populism in Hungary and Romania.” Problems of Post-Communism, Published online: 02 May 2018. Abstract.

Sznajder, Mario. “Nationalist authoritarianism and corporatism in Chile.” Authoritarianism and Corporatism in Europe and Latin America: Crossing Borders. Edited by António Costa Pinto and Federico Finchelstein. London and New York: Routledge, 2018. 254-274. Chapter abstract.

Szöcsik, Edina, and Alina Polyakova. “Euroscepticism and the electoral success of the far right: the role of the strategic interaction between center and far right.” European Political Science, First Online: 2 May 2018. Abstract, appendices, and references.

Talshir, Gayil. “Populist Rightwing Ideological Exposition: Netanyahu’s Regime as a Case in Point.” Advances in Applied Sociology (AASoci) 8.4 (April 2018): 329-349. Full text.

Thesen, Gunnar. “News content and populist radical right party support. The case of Denmark.” Electoral Studies 56 (December 2018): 80-89. First page.

Thielemann, Eiko, and Natascha Zaun. “Escaping Populism – Safeguarding Minority Rights: Non-majoritarian Dynamics in European Policy-making.” JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 56.4 (May 2018): 906-922.  Full text.

Thorburn, Joshua, Javier Torregrosa, and Ángel Panizo. “Measuring Extremism: Validating an Alt-Right Twitter Accounts Dataset.” Intelligent Data Engineering and Automated Learning – IDEAL 2018. 19th International Conference, Madrid, Spain, November 21-23, 2018, Proceedings, Part II. Edited by Hujun Yin, David Camacho, Paulo Novais, and Antonio J. Tallón-Ballesteros. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol. 11315. Cham: Springer, 2018. 9-14. Abstract and references.

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, Published: 11 April 2018. Abstract.

Tipaldou, Sofia, and Katrin Uba. “Movement adaptability in dissimilar settings: the far right in Greece and Russia.” European Societies, Published online: 16 Jul 2018. Full text.

Törnberg, Anton, and Mattias Wahlström. “Unveiling the radical right online: Exploring framing and identity in an online anti-immigrant discussion group.” Sociologisk forskning 55.2-3 (2018): 267-292. Full text.

Tzelgov, Eitan, and Petrus Olander. “Economic Decline and Extreme-Right Electoral Threat: How District-Level Factors Shape the Legislative Debate on Immigration.” Legislative Studies Quarterly, First published: 22 October 2018. Abstract.

Upadhyay, Smriti. “Workers and the Right Wing: the Situation in India.” International Labor and Working-Class History 93 (Spring 2018): 79-90. Abstract and references.

Usherwood, Simon. “The Third Era of British Euroscepticism: Brexit as a Paradigm Shift.” The Political Quarterly, First published: 15 October 2018. Full text.

Uyehara, Mari. “How Free Speech Warriors Mainstreamed White Supremacists.” GQ, May 7, 2018. Mentions the alt-right movement; American Renaissance (race-realism magazine); Atomwaffen Division (neo-Nazi group); Anders Behring Breivik (Oslo mass murderer); cultural Marxism; the Daily Stormer (neo-Nazi site); Free Radicals (extremist-disengagement organization); Faith Goldy (Canadian propagandist of the “white genocide” conspiracy theory and former Rebel Media host); Hammerskin Nation (skinhead group); Alex Jones (right-wing personality); Stefan Molyneux (far-right personality); multiculturalism; Christian Picciolini (a former leader of leader of Hammerskin Nation and founder of Free Radicals); race-realism; Rebel Media (Canadian right-wing site); Dylann Roof (Charleston mass murderer); Billy Roper (neo-Nazi racist); scientific racism; Skokie v. Illinois; Lauren Southern (right-wing personality); Richard Spencer; Jared Taylor Jr. (white supremacist and founder of the American Renaissance); Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville; Paul Joseph Watson (right-wing personality of InfoWars); Westboro Baptist Church; white ethno-state; “white genocide”; “white nationalism” and “white supremacism”; white-supremacist rally in Newnan, Georgia; Milo Yiannopoulos (white supremacist); and Timothy Zaal (a former neo-Nazi who now works for the Museum of Tolerance). Full text.

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Elsheikh, Elsadig, Basima Sisemore, and Natalia Ramirez Lee. Legalizing Othering: The United States of Islamophobia. Berkeley, CA: Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society, updated version, 2018. Full text.

Engel, Valery; Jean-Yves Camus; Matthew Feldman; William Allchorn; Anna Castriota; Ildikó Barna; Bulcsú Hunyadi; Patrik Szicherle; Farah Rasmi; Vanja Ljujic; Marcus Rheindorf;
Pranvera Tika; Katarzyna du Val; Dmitry Stratievsky; Ruslan Bortnik; Anna Luboevich; Ilya Tarasov; Ana García Juanatey; Bettina Steible; Maxim Semenov. Xenophobia, Radicalism, and Hate Crime in Europe: Annual Report. Translation: Marina Peunova. Amsterdam-Athens-Budapest-Berlin-Bratislava-Warsaw-Dublin-Zagreb-London-Madrid-Kiev-Moscow-Paris-Rome-Vienna: Institute for the Study of National Policy and Interethnic Relations, European International Tolerance Centre, Centre for Monitoring and Comparative Analysis of Intercultural Communications (Moscow Institute of Psychoanalysis), European Centre for Democracy Development, 2018. Full text.

European Islamophobia Report (EIR) 2017. Enes Bayrakli and Farid Hafez (Eds). Ankara: SETA | Foundation for Political, Economic and Social Research, 2018. Full text and here.

Evaluating interventions that prevent or counter violent extremism: A practical guide. Editors: Joanna Hofman and Alex Sutherland. Santa Monica, Calif., and Cambridge, UK: RAND Europe, 2018. Full text.

The Far Right in Government: Six Cases from Across Europe. Editors: Stefanie Ehmsen and Albert Scharenberg. New York: Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung, 2018. Introduction: The Rise of the Radical Right, by Stefanie Ehmsen & Albert Scharenberg – Hungary: Viktor Orbán’s Authoritarian Regime, by Kristóf Szombati – Poland: Nationalism and Neo-Fascism Under Jaroslaw Kaczynski, by Bartosz M. Rydlinski – Turkey: How a “New Turkey” Emerged Under Recep Erdogan, by Pinar Çakiroglu-Bournous – Denmark: The Danish People’s Party and the “Pragmatic Far Right,” by Inger V. Johansen – Norway: Right-Wing Populism, Nordic Style, by Asbjørn Wahl – Austria: The Normalization of Right-Wing Populism, by Sebastian Reinfeldt. Full text.

Feldman, David. Antisemitism and Immigration in Western Europe Today: Is there a connection? Findings and recommendations from a five-nation study. Berlin: Foundation ‘Remembrance, Responsibility and Future’ (EVZ); London: Pears Institute for the study of Antisemitism, University of London, 2018. Full text.

Feldman, David, and Ben Gidley. Antisemitism and Immigration in Western Europe Today: Is there a connection? The case of the United Kingdom. Berlin: Foundation ‘Remembrance, Responsibility and Future’ (EVZ); London: Pears Institute for the study of Antisemitism, University of London, 2018. Full text.

Fundamental Rights Report 2018. Luxembourg: European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights, June 2018. [3. Equality and non-discrimination; 4. Racism, xenophobia and related intolerance; 5. Roma integration; 6. Asylum, visas, migration, borders and integration].  Online summary. Full text.

Hankes, Keegan, and Alex Amend.  “The Alt-Right is Killing People.”  Southern Poverty Law Center, February 5, 2018. Mentions “Alt Reich: Nation” (Facebook group); American Renaissance; AmRen (Jared Taylor); Andrew Anglin (Daily Stormer’s founder); Devon Arthurs; Aryan Nations; William Edward Atchison; Atomwaffen (“Atomic Weapon”) Division; Andrew “Weev” Auernheimer (hacker and troll); Stephen Bannon; Louis Beam; Alexandre Bissonnette; Derek Black; Don Black; Breitbart; Breitbart News; Kyle Bristow (Foundation for the Marketplace of Ideas); Patrick Buchanan; Mike Cernovich; Charlottesville; Jeremy Christian; Hillary Clinton; Council of Conservative Citizens; Daily Stormer; Lane Maurice Davis; David Duke; EURO (David Duke); FBI; James Alex Fields; Pope Francis; Bill Gates; Nicholas Giampa; Brad Griffin; Chris Harper-Mercer; Identity Evropa; Iron March (fascist forum); ISIS; James Harris Jackson; Alex Jones; KKK; Dr. Elliott Leyton; Colin Liddell (publisher of Alternative Right blog); Alex Linder (founder of Vanguard News Network (VNN)); Trayvon Martin case; Timothy McVeigh; Dr Reid Meloy; Frazier Glenn Miller, Jr.; National Policy Institute; Nazi; Neofascists; Stephen Paddock; Cameron Padgett; Mike Peinovich; PUAhate (forum); The Right Stuff; Elliot Rodger; Dylann Roof; Ruby Ridge; Brandon Russell; Dr Pete Simi; Richard Bertrand Spencer; Dr Michael Stone; Stormer; Stormfront; Jared Taylor; the Traditionalist Worker Party; Donald Trump; Unite the Right; Sean Urbanski; Sacco Vandal; Vandal Void (alt-right site); Vanguard America; Vanguard News Network Forum; VDARE; Waco; Samuel Woodward; and Milo Yiannopoulos.  Full text.

Hate crime recording and data collection practice across the EU. Luxembourg: European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights, June 2018. Full text.

Hate Crime Statistics, 2017. Clarksburg, West Virginia: Criminal Justice Information Services Division, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Fall 2018. Narrative Files. Tables.

Individuals referred to and supported through the Prevent Programme, April 2016 to March 2017. Home Office Statistical Bulletin 06/18, 27 March 2018. (“There was a 28% increase in the number of extreme right wing referrals in 2016/17 (968) when compared with 2015/16 (759).” Full text.

Krekó, Péter, Csaba Molnár, Attila Juhász, Jacek Kucharczyk, and Filip Pazderski. Beyond Populism: Tribalism in Poland and Hungary. Political Capital Policy Research and Consulting Institute, 2018. Summary. Full text.

Kundnani, Arun, and Ben Hayes.  The globalisation of Countering Violent Extremism policies: Undermining human rights, instrumentalising civil society.  Amsterdam: The Transnational Institute (TNI), 2018.  Full text.  Executive summary.

Laruelle, Marlene. Is Russia Really “Fascist”? A Comment on Timothy Snyder. PONARS Eurasia Policy Memo No. 539, September 2018. Full text.

Levin, Brian, and John David Reitzel. Report to the Nation. Hate Crimes Rise in U.S. Cities and Counties in Time of Division & Foreign Interference. May 2018. Compilation of Official Data (38 Jurisdictions). San Bernardino: Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism; California State University, San Bernardino, 2018. Full text.

Lewis, Rebecca. Alternative Influence: Broadcasting the Reactionary Right on YouTube. Data & Society, Sept. 18, 2018. Full text.

Likhachev, Vyacheslav. “Far-right Extremism as a Threat to Ukrainian Democracy.” Nations in Transit Analytical Brief, Freedom House, May 2018. Full text.

Maxwell, Eugene P. “Asleep at the Wheel: U.S. Strategy to Combat Emerging Terrorist Threats in the United States.” Technical Report, Joint Forces Staff College, 20 Apr 2018. Abstract.

Messing, Vera, and Bence Ságvári. Looking behind the culture of fear: Cross-national analysis of attitudes towards migration. Friedrich Ebert Stiftung and the European Social Survey, March 2018. Full text.

Mirchandani, Maya. Digital Hatred, Real Violence: Majoritarian Radicalisation and Social Media in India. ORF Occasional Paper 167 (August 2018). New Delhi: Observer Research Foundation, 2018. Full text.

Modi, Radha.  Communities on Fire: Confronting Hate Violence and Xenophobic Political Rhetoric.  Washington, D.C.: South Asian Americans Leading Together (SAALT), 2018.  Full text.

More than words: Approaching a definition of Islamophobia. Edited by Isobel Ingham-Barrow. London: Muslim Engagement & Development, June 2018. Full text.

Murder and Extremism in the United States in 2017. The Center on Extremism (COE), Anti-Defamation League, 2018. Full text.

Murdoch, Simon, Dr Joe Mulhall, David Lawrence, and Patrik Hermansson. A New Threat? Generation Identity United Kingdom and Ireland. A HOPE not hate Mini Report, April 2018.  Full text.

Narayanan, Vidya, Vlad Barash, John Kelly, Bence Kollanyi, Lisa-Maria Neudert, and Philip N. Howard. “Polarization, Partisanship and Junk News Consumption over Social Media in the US.” Data Memo 2018.1 (Computational Propaganda Research Project, Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford), February 6, 2018. Full text.

New Hate and Old: The Changing Face of American White Supremacy. Center on Extremism, Anti-Defamation League, 2018. Full text.

Petersen, Britta.  The Brown Chameleon: Europe’s Populism Crisis and the Re-emergence of the Far Right.  ORF Occasional Paper 144 (February 2018).  New Delhi: Observer Research Foundation, 2018.  Full text and here.

Pohjonen, Matti. Horizons of Hate: A Comparative Approach to Social Media Hate Speech. VOX-Pol Network of Excellence, 2018. Full text.

Racist Violence Recording Network. Annual Report 2017. Athens: Racist Violence Recording Network (RVRN), 2018.  Full text.

Sacco, Muriel, and Marco Martiniello. Antisemitism and Immigration in Western Europe Today: Is there a connection? The case of Belgium. Berlin: Foundation ‘Remembrance, Responsibility and Future’ (EVZ); London: Pears Institute for the study of Antisemitism, University of London, 2018. Full text.

Sahin, Safiye. “Immigration, Integration, and Crosscultural Understanding in Germany and the United States.” Immigration, Integration, and a New Transatlantic Generation: Cross-cultural Understanding and Joint Action. Washington, DC: American Institute for Contemporary German Studies, 2018. 23-32. Full text.

Schain, Martin A. Shifting Tides: Radical-Right Populism and Immigration Policy in Europe and the United States. Washington, D.C.: Migration Policy Institute, Transatlantic Council on Migration, August 2018. Full text.

Simmons, Katie, Laura Silver, Courtney Johnson, Kyle Taylor, and Richard Wike. In Western Europe, Populist Parties Tap Anti-Establishment Frustration but Have Little Appeal Across Ideological Divide. Pew Research Center, July 12, 2018. Full text and here.

Smith, Allison G. How Radicalization to Terrorism Occurs in the United States: What Research Sponsored by the National Institute of Justice Tells Us. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice, June 2018. Full text.

Smith, Allison G.  Risk Factors and Indicators Associated With Radicalization to Terrorism in the United States: What Research Sponsored by the National Institute of Justice Tells Us. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice, June 2018. Full text.

State of Hate 2018 Report.  London: HOPE not hate, 2018.  Overview by Nick Lowles.  The Threat of Violence.

Stremmelaar, Annemarike, and Leo Lucassen. Antisemitism and Immigration in Western Europe Today: Is there a connection? The case of the Netherlands. Berlin: Foundation ‘Remembrance, Responsibility and Future’ (EVZ); London: Pears Institute for the study of Antisemitism, University of London, 2018. Full text.

Triumph of the Women?: The Female Face of the Populist & Far Right in Europe. Ed. Elisa Gutsche. Berlin: Friedrich Ebert Stiftung – Forum Politik und Gesellschaft, 2018. Contributions by Anikó Felix, Enrico Glaser, Weronika Grzebalska, Elisa Gutsche, Marius Hellwig, Ann-Cathrine Jungar, Björn Klein, Christèle Marchand-Lagier, Simone Rafael, Judith Rahner, Jan Riebe, Alexandros Sakellariou, Rachel Spicker, Elena Zacharenko. Full text and here.

“Undercover inside Britain’s new far right.”  HOPE not hate, 2018.  Full text.

Vasilopoulou, Sofia, and Liisa Talving. Euroscepticism: Dimensions, causes and consequences in times of crisis. ESRC, 2018. Full text.

Violent Radicalisation & Far-Right Extremism in Europe.  Edited by Aristotle Kallis, Sara Zeiger, and Bilgehan Öztürk.  Ankara: SETA Publications, 2018.  Contents: Foreword 9 — About this Report 11 — Executive Summary and Recommendations 13 — Introduction 19 — Chapter 1: Beyond the ‘Lone Wolf’: Lone Actor Terrorism and the Far-right in Europe / Paul Jackson 37 — Chapter 2: Online Radicalisation, Risk and Terrorism in the Digital Space / Mark Littler 79 — Chapter 3: The Post-Brexit Far-Right in Britain / Matthew Feldman & Paul Stocker 123 — Chapter 4: Understanding Violence and the Hungarian Far-Right / Julia Holdsworth & Katherine Kondor 173 — The Authors 217.  Full text.

When Women are the Enemy: The Intersection of Misogyny and White Supremacy. New York: The Center on Extremism (COE), Anti-Defamation League, 2018. Full text.

Who Is Immigration Policy For? London: Corporate Watch, May 2018. [8. Agitators. 8.1. far-right parties and mainstreaming; 8.2. culture shift: hate preachers and think-tanks; 8.3. Conclusion: shifting the window]. Full text and here.

Widfeldt, Anders. The Growth of the Radical Right in Nordic Countries: Observations from the Past 20 Years. Washington, D.C.: Migration Policy Institute, June 2018. Full text.


Anderson, Aileen.  “Understanding and Confronting Denial of Science.”  A project funded by the Provost Initiative on Understanding and Engaging with Extremism, 2018. Confronting Extremism, Office of Inclusive Excellence, University of California, Irvine. Summary.

Apor, Péter (principal investigator). “Post-WWII Anti-Semitic Pogroms in East and East Central Europe: Collective Violence and Popular Culture.” Gerda Henkel Stiftung, 2015-2018. Summary.

Ascher, Diana L. “Network Analysis of Neo-Nazi Hate Speech on Twitter.” 2015-2018.  Project log and research referenced in this project.

Bakker, Bert N., Gijs Schumacher, and Matthijs Rooduijn. “The Populist Appeal: Personality and Anti-establishment Communication.” October 12, 2018. Summary. Appendix.

Maurer, William.  “Digital Extremism.”  A project funded by the Provost Initiative on Understanding and Engaging with Extremism, 2018. Confronting Extremism, Office of Inclusive Excellence, University of California, Irvine. Summary.

Nilsson, Per-Erik. Radicalization and Violent Extremism: An Analysis of two Contested Categories in Swedish Public Debate. Summary.

Pan, David.  “Challenging Liberal Order Populist Politics from the Nazis to Today.”  A project funded by the Provost Initiative on Understanding and Engaging with Extremism, 2018. Confronting Extremism, Office of Inclusive Excellence, University of California, Irvine. Summary.

Scrivens, Ryan, Thomas J. Holt, Joshua D. Freilich, Steven M. Chermak, and Richard Frank.  Offline-to-Online: A Large-Scale Assessment of Right-Wing Extremists’ Online Discourse around Key Events.  Goal.

Snow, David.  “Interrogating the Character and Persistence of Science Denialism The Case of the Anti-Vaccine Movement.”  A project funded by the Provost Initiative on Understanding and Engaging with Extremism, 2018. Confronting Extremism, Office of Inclusive Excellence, University of California, Irvine. Summary.

Visualizing the Holocaust in Eastern Europe. Waitman Beorn, Principal Investigator, Department of History, University of Virginia, Charlottesville. Projects: Janowska Camp 3D Modeling Project; Janowska Camp Perpetrators Social Network Analysis; Holocaust in Eastern Europe Mapping Project; Lviv Ghetto Mapping Project; Mapping Himmler’s Appointment Book; Collaboration with Center For Urban History (Lviv). Description.


Collective Violence, Antisemitism and Social Conflict in Modern Eastern Europe. Wiener Wiesenthal Institut für Holocaust-Studien. January 22, 2018. Programme.

Concepts and Methods for Research on Far-Right Politics. 1st Summer School of the ECPR Standing Group on Extremism & Democracy, Scuola Normale Superiore, Firenze, 25-29 June 2018. Organized by Pietro Castelli Gattinara and Andrea L. P. Pirro. Schedule. Video and here.

Digital Extremism: Understanding and Confronting the Alt-right’s Digital Toolkit. Confronting Extremism, Office of Inclusive Excellence, University of California, Irvine, April 4, 2018 @ 6:00 pm – April 6, 2018@ 2:00 pm.  Schedule and here.

International Hate Studies: Contexts and Consequences of Hate. INHS Biennial Conference, International Network for Hate Studies, University of Ontario Institute of Technology, May 29 to 31, 2018.   Programme.

2nd Nordic conference on research on violent extremism: Theory and Practice. C-REX – Center for Research on Extremism, University of Oslo, Nov. 29-30, 2018. Description and here. Preliminary panels.

Slow & Steady: Continuous Mainstreaming of Right-Wing Extremism. Panel discussion organized by Southern Poverty Law Center and Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung. New Orleans, LA, May 8, 2018. DetailsRegistration.

Workshop on Gender and Extremism. C-REX – Center for Research on Extremism, University of Oslo, May 14-15, 2018. Description.


H.R.4918 – Domestic Terrorism Prevention Act of 2018.  115th Congress (2017-2018).  Full text.


Abrams, Nathan.  “When Goebbels and Hitler targeted Los Angeles, US officials did nothing. It was left to a Jewish lawyer to spearhead the resistance, says Nathan Abrams.”  Times Higher Education Books, February 15, 2018.  Review of Hitler in Los Angeles: How Jews Foiled Nazi Plots against Hollywood and America. By Steven J. Ross. Bloomsbury, 2017.  Full text.

Abromeit, John. [Review of] The Management of Hate: Nation, Affect and the Governance of Right-Wing Extremism in Germany, by Nitzan Shoshan (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2016). German Studies Review 41.3 (October 2018): 660-662. First page and excerpt.

Anon. Review of How Fascism Works: The Politics of Us and Them, by Jason Stanley. Kirkus Reviews, June 15, 2018. Full text.

Anon. Review of How Fascism Works: The Politics of Us and Them, by Jason Stanley. Publishers Weekly, July 16, 2018. Full text.

Barclay, Andrew. [Review of] The New Minority: White Working-Class Politics in an Age of Immigration and Inequality, by Justin Gest. Political Studies Review 16.1 (February 2018): NP65-NP65

Baxa, Paul. [Review of] Roberta Pergher, Mussolini’s Nation-Empire: Sovereignty and Settlement in Italy’s Borderlands, 1922–1943. European History Quarterly, First Published November 5, 2018. First page.

Beinart, Peter. “Is Donald Trump a Fascist?” The New York Times, Sept. 11, 2018. Review of How Fascism Works: The Politics of Us and Them, by Jason Stanley (Random House). Full text.

Berry, Damon T. “Religion and the Alt-Right.”  Review of Making Sense of the Alt-Right. By George Hawley. New York: Columbia University Press, 2017.  Politics and Religion 11.3 (September 2018): 679-683. First page.  Response by George Hawley, pp. 690-692. First page.

Blee, Kathleen. “When the Klan Returns.” Public Books, February 6, 2018. Review of The Second Coming of the KKK: The Ku Klux Klan of the 1920s and the American Political Tradition, by Linda Gordon (Liveright, 2017). Full text.

Bohle, Dorothee. “What Is the Deep Story of America’s Far Right?” Review of Strangers in Their Own Land: Anger and Mourning on the American Right, by A. R. Hochschild. Sociologický asopis/Czech Sociological Review 54.3 (2018): 473-475. Full text.

Bonikowski, Bart. [Review of] The Extreme Gone Mainstream, by Cynthia Miller-Idriss. EuropeNow, October 2, 2018. Full text.

Brennan, Geoffrey. [Review essay on] Democracy in Chains: The Deep History of the Radical Right’s Stealth Plan for America, by Nancy MacLean (New York: Viking, 2017). History of Political Economy 50.3 (September 2018): 635-640. First page.

Burns, Jennifer. [Review essay on] Democracy in Chains: The Deep History of the Radical Right’s Stealth Plan for America, by Nancy MacLean (New York: Viking, 2017). History of Political Economy 50.3 (September 2018): 640-648. Full text.

Caryl, Christian. “Is the United States really on the road to fascism?” The Washington Post, April 13, 2018. Reviews of Fascism: A Warning, by Madeleine Albright (Harper), and The Road to Unfreedom: Russia, Europe, America, by Timothy Snyder (Tim Duggan). Full text.

Connell, Tula. Review of Democracy in Chains: The Deep History of the Radical Right’s Stealth Plan for America, by Nancy MacLean. Labor: Studies in Working-Class History 15.3 (September 2018): 129-131. Extract and first page.

Cooper, Ryan. “A Political Movement, Defining Itself by What It Hates.” New York Times, April 6, 2018. Review of Alt-Right: From 4chan to the White House, by Mike Wendling (Pluto Press). Full text.

Cowley, Jason. [Review of] National Populism: The Revolt Against Liberal Democracy, by Roger Eatwell and Matthew Goodwin. The Sunday Times, October 21, 2018. Excerpt.

Darda, Joseph. “The Surprising Roots of Recent White Extremism.” Los Angeles Review of Books, April 9, 2018. Review of Bring the War Home: The White Power Movement and Paramilitary America, by Kathleen Belew. Mentions Aryan Brotherhood; Aryan Nations (an arm of the Christian Identity movement); Aryan Nations World Congress (Hayden Lake, Idaho, 1983); Louis Beam (Ku Klux Klan leader); Alan Berg (liberal talk radio host murdered by the Order); Camp Mai Lai (training camp outside Cullman, Alabama, built by the Invisible Empire Knights); Camp Puller (paramilitary training camp outside Houston, established for Klansmen by Louis Beam); Charlottesville, Virginia; Christian Identity; Council of Conservative Citizens (white separatist group); David Duke (former grand wizard of the Ku Klux Klan); Essays of a Klansman (Louis Beam); Invisible Empire Knights (a Klan affiliate); Klan Border Watch (program launched by Louis Beam to intimidate undocumented immigrants along the US-Mexico border); Ku Klux Klan; “leaderless resistance”; Liberty Net (white supremacist social network built by Louis Beam); Timothy McVeigh (bomber of the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City in 1995); Oklahoma City bombing; the Order (white supremacist group); William Luther Pierce (white supremacist); Dylann Roof (white supremacist who shot and killed nine black churchgoers in Charlestown, South Carolina, in 2015); Ruby Ridge; Texas Emergency Reserve (the “special forces” paramilitary group of the Ku Klux Klan); The Turner Diaries (William Luther Pierce); United Klans of America; Waco; and white power movement. Full text.

del Hierro, Pablo. [Review of] Andrea Mammone. Transnational Neofascism in France and Italy. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2015. The American Historical Review 123.2 (1 April 2018): 648–640. Abstract.

Dentice, Dianne. [Review of] Trouble on the far right: contemporary right-wing strategies and practices in Europe, edited by Maik Fielitz and Laura Lotte Laloire. Social Movement Studies, Published online: 28 Aug 2018. Full text.

Doughty, Howard A. [Review of] Orbán: Hungary’s Strongman, by Paul Lendvai (New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2018). The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal 23.1 (2018). Full text.

Drabik, Jakub. [Review of] Paul Jackson, Colin Jordan and Britain’s Neo-Nazi Movement: Hitler’s Echo. A Modern History of Politics and Violence. London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2017.  Journal of British Studies 57.2 (April 2018): 429-430. First page.

Elrod, Andrew.  “Property Supremacy.”  New Labor Forum 27.1 (2018): 127-132.  Reviews of Democracy in Chains: The Deep History of the Radical Right’s Stealth Plan for America. By Nancy MacLean. Viking, 2017. One Percent Solution: How Corporations Are Remaking America One State at a Time. By Gordon Lafer. Cornell, 2017.   First page.

Enzinna, Wes. “Renouncing Hate: What Happens When a White Nationalist Repents.” Review of Rising out of Hatred: The Awakening of a Former White Nationalist, by Eli Saslow (Doubleday). The New York Times, Sept. 10, 2018. On Derek Black, the son of Don Black, the founder of Stormfront. Full text.

Feeley, Dianne. “Can a Minority Overthrow the Majority?” Review of Democracy in Chains: The Deep History of the Radical Right’s Stealth Plan for America, by Nancy MacLean (Viking Books, 2017). Against the Current 33.2 [no. 194] (May/Jun 2018): 32-34. Full text.

Feldman, Matthew. [Review of] Healing from Hate: How Young Men Get Into – and Out of – Violent Extremism, by Michael Kimmel. University of California Press. THE Books, April 12, 2018. Full text.

Fleury, Jean-Baptiste, and Alain Marciano. “The Sound of Silence. A Review Essay of Nancy Maclean’s Democracy in Chains: The Deep History of the Radical Right’s Stealth Plan for America.” Journal of Economic Literature, Forthcoming. SSRN, 2 June 2018. Full text and here.

Geyer, Michael. [Review essay on] Benjamin G. Martin, The Nazi-Fascist New Order for European Culture (Cambridge and London: Harvard University Press, 2016). H-Diplo Essay No. 152, 13 April 2018. Full text.

Frum, David. “The Great Russian Disinformation Campaign.” The Atlantic, July 1, 2018. Review of The Road to Unfreedom: Russia, Europe, America, by Timothy Snyder. Full text.

Gilchrist, David. “Europe’s Fault Lines.” Socialist Review 433 (March 2018). Review of Europe’s Fault Lines: Racism and the Rise of the Right, by Liz Fekete (Verso). Full text.

Godfrey, Phoebe. [Review of] The New Minority: White Working-Class Politics in an Age of Immigration and Inequality, by Justin Gest. Contemporary Sociology: A Journal of Reviews 47.4 (July 2018): 459-461. First page.

Goss, Brian Michael. [Review of] Nancy MacLean, Democracy in chains: The deep history of the radical right’s stealth plan for America (London: Scribe, 2017). Journal of Communication Inquiry, First Published March 31, 2018. First page and references.

Gray, John. “Divided we stand: identity politics and the threat to democracy.” Reviews of Identity: Contemporary Identity Politics and the Struggle for Recognition, by Francis Fukuyama, and The Lies that Bind: Rethinking Identity, by Kwame Anthony Appiah. New Statesman, 26 September 2018. Full text.

Green, Lloyd. “The Corrosion of Conservatism review: a Republican pleads for a reboot.” Review of The Corrosion of Conservatism: Why I Left the Right, by Max Boot. The Guardian, 3 Nov. 2018. Full text.

Hall, Martin. “Europe’s Fault Lines: Racism and the Rise of the Right – book review.” Counterfire, July 5, 2018. Review of Europe’s Fault Lines. Racism and the Rise of the Right, by Liz Fekete (Verso 2018). Full text.

Hawley, George. Review of Blood and Faith: Christianity in American White Nationalism. By Damon T. Berry. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 2017.  Politics and Religion 11.3 (September 2018): 683-687. First page.  Response by Damon T. Berry, pp. 687-690. First page.

Hayes, Mark. [Review of] Loud and proud: passion and politics in the English Defence League, by Hilary Pilkington (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2016). Social Movement Studies, Published online: 11 Oct 2018. First page.

Hemmer, Nicole. “Where Did the Radical Right Come From?” Review of Bring the War Home: The White Power Movement and Paramilitary America, by Kathleen Belew. The New York Times, July 6, 2018. Full text.

Hernandez Burgos, Claudio. [Review of] Enrique Moradiellos, Franco: Anatomy of a Dictator. European History Quarterly, First Published November 5, 2018. First page.

Hett, Benjamin Carter. “Two Faces of Fascism.” Canadian Journal of History / Annales canadiennes d’histoire 53.2 (Autumn 2018): 254-257. Reviews of Benjamin G. Martin, The Nazi-Fascist New Order for European Culture (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2016) and David D. Roberts, Fascist Interactions: Proposals for a New Approach to Fascism and Its Era, 1919-1945 (New York: Berghahn Books, 2016). First page.

Hobbs, Mark.  [Review of] What did you do during the war? The last throes of British pro-Nazi right, 1940-45, by Richard Griffiths, Oxon, Routledge, 2017.  Holocaust Studies: A Journal of Culture and History 24.1 (2018): 122-124.  First page and references.

Hochschild, Adam. “When Dissent Became Treason.” The New York Review of Books, September 28, 2017. Reviews of four books, including Spider Web: The Birth of American Anticommunism, by Nick Fischer (University of Illinois Press). Full text.

Holleran, Max.  “The Opportunistic Rise of Europe’s Far Right. Across the continent, racist groups have used the war on terror to gain a new platform.”  New Republic, February 16, 2018.  On Europe’s Fault Lines: Racism and the Rise of the Right, by Liz Fekete (Verso, 2018).  Full text.

Imhoof, David. [Review of] Michael Hau, Performance Anxiety: Sport and Work in Germany from the Empire to Nazism. European History Quarterly, First Published November 5, 2018

Ingram, Mrill. “What’s Wrong with Privatizing Public Lands.” The Progressive, June 26, 2018. Review of In Defense of Public Lands: The Case against Privatization and Transfer, by Steven Davis (Temple University Press). Full text.

Isaac, Jeffrey C. “It’s Happening Here and Now. Thoughts on the recent immigration detentions and William E. Connolly’s ‘Aspirational Fascism.'” Public Seminar, June 25, 2018. Review of William E. Connolly, Aspirational Fascism: The Struggle for Multifaceted Democracy under Trumpism (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2017). Full text.

Jackson, John. “Jonah Goldberg, Darwin and Unnatural Capitalism.” Fardels Bear, May 11, 2018. The first part of a three-part review of Suicide of the West: How the Rebirth of Tribalism, Populism, Nationalism, and Identity Politics is Destroying American Democracy, by Jonah Goldberg. Part I. Part II. Part III.

Kalmar, Ivan. “Book Review: Antisemitism and Islamophobia in Europe: A Shared Story?.” The Sociological Review Blog, 29 June 2018. Review of Antisemitism and Islamophobia in Europe: A Shared Story?, edited by James Renton and Ben Gidely (Palgrave Macmillan, 2017). Full text.

Kane, Gillian. “Right-Wing Europe’s War on ‘Gender Ideology.'” The Public Eye (Spring 2018). Review of Anti-Gender Campaigns in Europe: Mobilizing against Equality, edited by Roman Kuhar and David Paternotte (Rowman & Littlefield International, 2017). Mentions CitizenGo (Spain-based global right-wing group); Freedom Party (Austrian right-wing party); “gender ideology”; Beata Kempa (leader of the STOP Gender Ideology Parliamentary Committee in Poland); Law and Justice Party (Polish right-wing party); La Manif Pour Tous (LMPT) (“The Protest for Everyone”) (French right-wing anti-gender movement, and later an official political party); Ordo Iuris Institute for Legal Culture (conservative Polish think tank); the People’s Party (Austrian anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim party); Bishop Tadeusz Pieronek; Solidarna Polska (United Poland) (Polish right-wing party); and STOP Gender Ideology Parliamentary Committee (Polish committee formed by Solidarna Polska). Full text.

Kantrowitz, Stephen. “White Supremacy Has Always Been Mainstream.” Boston Review, July 23, 2018. Reviews of The Second Coming of the KKK: The Ku Klux Klan of the 1920s and the American Political Tradition, by Linda Gordon (Liveright); Mothers of Massive Resistance: White Women and the Politics of White Supremacy, by Elizabeth Gillespie McRae (Oxford University Press); and Bring the War Home: The White Power Movement and Paramilitary America, by Kathleen Belew (Harvard University Press). Full text.

Kershaw, Jan. Review of Alt-America: The Rise of the Radical Right in the Age of Trump, by David Neiwert. Glam Adelaide, June 13, 2018. Full text.

Kinney, Jay. “Russians and Reactionaries.” Reason (June 2018). Review of Russia and the Western Far Right: Tango Noir, by Anton Shekhovtsov (Routledge). Full text.

Kohli, Martin. “Scaling the Empathy Wall.” Review of Strangers in Their Own Land: Anger and Mourning on the American Right, by A. R. Hochschild. Sociologický asopis/Czech Sociological Review 54.3 (2018): 476-478. Full text.

Kolasa, Matthew. “Walking the Road to Unfreedom.” Fair Observer, August 21, 2018. Review of Timothy Snyder, The Road to Unfreedom: Russia, Europe, America (Penguin Random House, 2018). Full text.

Lalaguna, Nicolas. “Timely warning of the growing far-right danger in Europe.” Morning Star, January 5, 2018. Review of Europe’s Fault Lines: Racism and the Rise of the Right, by Liz Fekete (Verso). Full text.

Liburd, Liam J. [Review of] Colin Jordan and Britain’s Neo-Nazi Movement: Hitler’s Echo, by Paul Jackson. History: Reviews of New Books 46.1 (2018): 13-14.

Liburd, Liam J. [Review of] Music, Youth and International Links in Post-War British Fascism: The Transformation of Extremism, by Ryan Shaffer. History: Reviews of New Books 46.5 (2018): 130.

Lombardo, Emanuela.  “Themed Book Review on Gender and Conservatism.”  Politics & Gender (2018): 1-4.  Review of Gender and Far Right Politics in Europe. Edited by Michaela Köttig, Renate Bitzan, and Andrea Petö. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017.  First page and references.

MacDougald, Park. “The Idea-Free Book That Has the Right Excited About Ideas.” New York Magazine Daily Intelligencer, June 1, 2018. Review of Suicide of the West: How the Rebirth of Tribalism, Populism, Nationalism, and Identity Politics is Destroying American Democracy, by Jonah Goldberg. Full text.

Magness, Phillip. “Errors in Nancy MacLean’s Democracy in Chains (Spreadsheet).” June 13, 2018. Spreadsheet.

Marx, Paul. “Emotional Energies Trump Material Self-interest.” Review of Strangers in Their Own Land: Anger and Mourning on the American Right, by A. R. Hochschild. Sociologický asopis/Czech Sociological Review 54.3 (2018): 471-473. Full text.

Mayanja, Samra. [Review of] Europe’s Fault Lines: Racism and the Rise of the Right, by Liz Fekete (Verso, 2017). Peace News 2616-2617 (April-May 2018). Full text.

Mayo, Marjorie. “Timely analysis of the far-right menace, then and now.” Morning Star, February 1, 2018. Review of Tomorrow Belongs to Us: The British Far Right Since 1967. Edited by Nigel Copsey and Matthew Worley (Routledge). Full text.

Mazower, Mark. “Fascism revisited? A warning about the rise of populism.” Financial Times, April 11, 2018. Reviews of From Fascism to Populism in History, by Federico Finchelstein (University of California); To Fight against This Age: On Fascism and Humanism, by Rob Riemen (Norton); The Civic Foundations of Fascism in Europe: Italy, Spain, and Romania, 1870-1945, by Dylan Riley (Verso); The Death of Democracy: Hitler’s Rise to Power, by Benjamin Carter Hett (William Heineman); and Fascism: A Warning, by Madeleine Albright (William Collins).  Full text.

McCarthy, Tom. “How Fascism Works review: a vital read for a nation under Trump.” The Guardian, 15 Oct. 2018. Review of How Fascism Works, by Jason Stanley. Full text.

McCormick, Rob. [Reviews of] Ana Antic, Therapeutic Fascism: Experiencing the Violence of the Nazi New Order; Ivo Goldstein and Slavko Goldstein, The Holocaust in Croatia. European History Quarterly, First Published November 5, 2018. First page.

McLemee, Scott. “Alt-Right Now.” Inside Higher Ed, August 10, 2018. Brief mentions of George Hawley, Making Sense of the Alt-Right (Columbia University Press); Hawley, Right-Wing Critics of American Conservatism (University Press of Kansas, 2016); David Neiwert, Alt-America: The Rise of the Radical Right in the Age of Trump (Verso); Neiwert, The Eliminationists: How Hate Talk Radicalized the American Right (Paradigm Publishers, 2009; republished by Routledge in 2016); Mike Wendling, Alt-Right: From 4Chan to the White House (University of Chicago Press); Kathleen Belew, Bring the War Home: The White Power Movement and Paramilitary America (Harvard University Press); Archie Henderson, Conservatism, the Right Wing, and the Far Right: A Guide to Archives (Ibidem Press, distributed by Columbia University Press); South Atlantic Quarterly‘s special issue on The Authoritarian Personality (October); Authoritarianism: Three Inquiries in Critical Theory (Chicago, November); and Salvatore Babones, The New Authoritarianism: Trump, Populism, and the Tyranny of Experts (Polity Books, November). Full text.

Medzibrodszky, Alexandra.  [Review of] George Gilbert, The Radical Right in Late Imperial Russia. Dreams of a True Fatherland? London & New York, NY: Routledge. 2016.  Europe-Asia Studies 70.2 (2018): 301-303. First page.

Millington, Chris. [Review of] Ángel Alcalde, War Veterans and Fascism in Interwar Europe. European History Quarterly, First Published November 5, 2018. First page.

Minenor-Matheson, Graham. [Review of] ‘Tomorrow Belongs to Us’: The British Far Right since 1967. Nigel Copsey and Matthew Worley (eds). Routledge. 2017. The Academic Antidote, August 2, 2018. Full text.

Mizruchi, Mark S.  “Book Review Essay: Wealth, Power, and Political Influence: Organizations as Tools.”  Administrative Science Quarterly, First Published January 23, 2018.  Review essay on Jane Mayer, Dark Money: The Hidden History of the Billionaires behind the Rise of the Radical Right. New York: Anchor Books, 2017. First page.

Moutselos, Michalis. Review of Crystal Marie Fleming, Resurrecting Slavery: Racial Legacies and White Supremacy in France (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2017). Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism 18.1 (April 2018): 80-81.

Musgrove, Charles D. A review of Maggie Clinton, Revolutionary Nativism: Fascism and Culture in China, 1925-1937 (Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 2017). The American Historical Review 123.3 (June 2018): 925-926. Abstract.

Nadeau, Frederick. [Review of] Hilary Pilkington, Loud and proud. Passion and politics in the English Defence league. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2016. 254 pp. £50.00 (hbk). Nations and Nationalism 24.1 (January 2018): 205-207. Full text.

Novak, Benjamin.  “‘The Hungarian Far-Right’ – A new book by Péter Krekó and Attila Juhász of Political Capital.”  The Budapest Beacon, February 9, 2018.  Review of The Hungarian Far Right: Social Demand, Political Supply, and International Context, by Péter Krekó and Attila Juhász (2017).  Full text.

Palmer, Gesine.  Review of The Management of Hate: Nation, Affect, and the Governance of Right-Wing Extremism in Germany, by Nitzan Shoshan. The European Legacy 23.6 (March 2018): 719-721. First page.

Pan, J.C. “Alternative History. The tradition of conspiracy theories and hate groups behind the alt-right.” Review of Alt-America: The Rise of the Radical Right in the Age of Trump, by David Neiwert. The New Republic, March 1, 2018. Mentions the “alt-right”; Aryan Nations; Glenn Beck; Breitbart; Ammon Bundy; Cliven Bundy; Richard Butler (leader of the Aryan Nations); Christian Identity theology; the Daily Stormer; David Duke (former Ku Klux Klan leader); 4chan; Sean Hannity; Alex Jones (conspiracy theorist); Malheur occupation; Gavin McInnes (founder of the “Western chauvinist” fraternity the Proud Boys); Timothy McVeigh; neo-Nazism; the “New World Order”; the Oath Keepers; Oklahoma City bombing; the Patriot movement; Ruby Ridge; skinhead groups; “sovereign citizens”; Richard Spencer; Stormfront (online network for white supremacists); Tea Party; the Three Percent (militia); the “III Percent Patriots”; the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville; Waco, Texas; white supremacists; and Milo Yiannopoulos (former Breitbart staffer). Full text.

Parramore, Lynn. “Meet the Economist Behind the One Percent’s Stealth Takeover of America.” Review of Democracy in Chains: The Deep History of the Radical Right’s Stealth Plan for America, by Nancy MacLean. Alternet, May 31, 2018. Full text.

Perry, Joanna. “‘Conference Proceedings Conference on Hate Crimes in South East Europe’: A Review.” The International Network for Hate Studies, 6 August 2018. Full text.

Renton, David. “Roger Eatwell and Matthew Goodwin’s race problem.” Review of Roger Eatwell and Matthew Goodwin, National Populism: The Revolt Against Liberal Democracy (London: Pelican, 2018). lives; running, 26 October 2018. Full text.

Robinson, Nathan J. “‘Never Trump’ Conservatives Won’t Save Us.” Washington Monthly, April/May/June 2018.  Review of Suicide of the West: How the Rebirth of Tribalism, Populism, Nationalism, and Identity Politics Is Destroying American Democracy, by Jonah Goldberg (Crown Forum). Full text.

Ross, Alex. “How American Racism Influenced Hitler. Scholars are mapping the international precursors of Nazism.” The New Yorker, April 30, 2018. On recent books on Nazism, including James Q. Whitman’s Hitler’s American Model: The United States and the Making of Nazi Race Law (Princeton); Thomas Weber’s Becoming Hitler: The Making of a Nazi (Basic); Robert Gerwarth’s The Vanquished: Why the First World War Failed to End (Farrar, Straus & Giroux); Benjamin Carter Hett’s The Death of Democracy: Hitler’s Rise to Power and the Downfall of the Weimar Republic (Henry Holt); Edward B. Westermann’s Hitler’s Ostkrieg and the Indian Wars (Oklahoma); and Brian Crim’s Our Germans: Project Paperclip and the National Security State (Johns Hopkins). Full text and audio.

Saberi, Parastou. “Reading Europe’s Fault Lines.” The Bullet, July 4, 2018. Review of Europe’s Fault Lines: Racism and the Rise of the Right, by Liz Fekete (Verso, 2018). Full text.

Schaap, Julian. Review of Kirsten Dyck, Reichsrock: The International Web of White-Power and Neo-Nazi Hate Music. New Brunswick, New Jersey & London, Rutgers University Press, 2017. Volume ! 14.2 (2018): 253-25. Full text.

Scheopner, Erin. Review of Anti-Semitism and the Holocaust: Language, Rhetoric and the Traditions of Hatred, by Beth A.Griech-Polelle. Wiener Library Blog, June 5, 2018. Full text.

Schirmer, Eleni, and Michael W. Apple.  “(Un)Chaining democracy: An essay review of Nancy MacLean’s Democracy in chains: The deep history of the Radical Right’s stealth plan for America [New York: Viking Press, 2017].”  Education Review / Reseñas Educativas (Arizona State University) 25 (2018): 1-13.  Full text.

Selvin, Erdem. [Review of] Right-Wing Populism in Europe: Politics and Discourse. Edited by Ruth Wodak, Majid KhosraviNik and Brigitte Mral. London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2013.  Insight Turkey (Winter 2018): 244-246. Full text.

Senik, Troy. “Civilization, If You Can Keep It.” City Journal, May 11, 2018. Review of Suicide of the West: How the Rebirth of Tribalism, Populism, Nationalism, and Identity Politics is Destroying American Democracy, by Jonah Goldberg (Crown Forum, 2018). Full text.

Shaw, Martin. “Going native: Populist academics normalise the anti-immigrant right.” Review of National Populism: The Revolt Against Liberal Democracy, by Roger Eatwell and Matthew Goodwin., 31 October 2018. Full text.

Sivier, David.  “Ideas are not responsible for the people who believe them.”  Lobster 75 (Summer 2018).  Review of Farming, Fascism and Ecology: A Life of Jorian Jenks. Philip M. Coupland. London: Routledge, 2016.  Full text.

Sivier, David.  [Review of] What Did You Do During the War? The Last Throes of the British Pro-Nazi Right, 1940-45. Richard Griffiths. Abingdon: Routledge, 2017.  Lobster 75 (Summer 2018).  Mentions Action (the magazine of the British Union of Fascists); Alt-Right; Alternative fuer Deutschland (Alternative for Germany) (AfD); anti-Zionist activism; British League of Ex-Servicemen and Women; British National Party (BNP); British People’s Party; British Union of Fascists (BUF); Lord Brocket; Arthur Bryant; Duke of Buccleuch; Neville Chamberlain; Winston Churchill; John Coast; Constitutional Research Association; Major C.H. Douglas; Viscountess Downe; Kurt Eisner; Fascism; Fidesz; Front National in France; Earl of Galloway; Rolf Gardiner; Ben Greene; Hitler; Imperial Fascist League; Irgun (Israeli terrorist group); Jorian Jenks; William Joyce; Arnold Leese; Emily Lorimer; Hugh MacDiarmid; Harold MacMillan; John McKie; Oswald Mosley; National Socialism; Lady Grace Pearson; George Pitt-Rivers; pro-Arab activism; pro-eugenics; Captain Ramsay; Right Club; Lord Sempill; Social Credit; Lord (later the 12th Duke of Bedford) Tavistock; A. J. P. Taylor; Donald Trump; UKIP (Farage); Unfinished Victory (Arthur Bryant); Unionist Association; Rebecca West; Henry William Wicks; Margaret Wicks; and Henry Williamson.  Full text.

Stille, Alexander. “Living With Fascism in Italy.” Review of A Chill in the Air: An Italian War Diary, 1939-1940, by Iris Origo. The New York Times, Sept. 21, 2018. Full text.

Stocker, Paul. Review of Colin Jordan and Britain’s Neo-Nazi Movement: Hitler’s Echo, by Paul Jackson (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2017). The English Historical Review, Published: 14 June 2018. Abstract.

Swearingen, Jim. “Review: Is Trump Bringing Fascism to America?” Review of Can It Happen Here?: Authoritarianism in America. Edited by Cass R. Sunstein (Dey Street Books). The National Book Review, March 15, 2018. Full text.

Temple-Raston, Dina.  “How masculinity, not ideology, drives violent extremism.”  The Washington Post, March 22, 2018.  Review of Healing from Hate: How Young Men Get Into—and Out of—Violent Extremism, by Michael Kimmel. University of California, 2018.  Full text.

Thiele, Leslie Paul. [Review of] Dangerous Minds: Nietzsche, Heidegger, and the Return of the Far Right, by Ronald Beiner. Contemporary Political Theory, First Online 24 September 2018. Full text and here.

Thompson, Fred.  “Public Choice and the Origins of the Radical Right.”  SSRN, 14 Feb 2018. Last revised: 16 Feb 2018.  Review of Nancy Maclean’s Democracy in Chains – The Deep History of the Radical Right’s Stealth Plan for America (Viking, 2017).  Full text and here.

Thorleifsson, Cathrine. Review of Benjamin R. Teitelbaum, Lions of the North: Sounds of the New Nordic Radical Nationalism (Oxford University Press, 2017). Nations and Nationalism 24.2 (April 2018): 482-484.

Topaz. “Book Review: ‘Democracy in Chains: The Deep History of the Radical Right’s Stealth Plan for America‘ [by Nancy MacLean].” Real Change, May 30, 2018. Full text.

van Elteren, Mel. Review of Democracy in Chains: The Deep History of the Radical Right’s Stealth Plan for America, by Nancy MacLean (Viking, 2017). The Journal of American Culture 41.2 (June 2018): 222-225. First page.

Waddington, P. A. J. [Review of] Hilary Pilkington, Loud and Proud: Passion and Politics in the English Defence League (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2016). Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice, Published: 21 June 2018. Abstract.

Weyland, Kurt. [Review of] The Global Rise of Populism: Performance, Political Style, and Representation, by Benjamin Moffitt. Party Politics 24.4 (July 2018): 467-468.

White, Tom. “What Did We Do?” Glasgow Review of Books, 17 May 2018. Review of Europe’s Fault Lines: Racism and the Rise of the Right, by Liz Fekete (Verso 2018). Full text.

Wildermuth, Rhyd. “To Spite The Face: a review of Insurgent Supremacists by Matthew N. Lyons.” Gods & Radicals, May 18, 2018. Full text.

Williams, Katherine. Review of The Extreme Gone Mainstream: Commercialization and Far Right Youth Culture in Germany, by Cynthia Miller-Idriss. LSE Review of Books blog, July 10, 2018. Full text.

Wolpe, David. “Awaiting the Prophet: On Jonah Goldberg’s ‘Suicide of the West.'” Los Angeles Review of Books, June 3, 2018. Review of Suicide of the West: How the Rebirth of Tribalism, Populism, Nationalism, and Identity Politics is Destroying American Democracy, by Jonah Goldberg (Crown Forum, 2018). Full text.

Worley, Matthew. [Review of] Colin Jordan and Britain’s Neo-Nazi Movement: Hitler’s Echo, by Paul Jackson (London: Bloomsbury, 2016). Twentieth Century British History, Published: 8 October 2018. Abstract.

Zubrzycki, Geneviève. Review of The Management of Hate: Nation, Affect, and the Governance of Right-Wing Extremism in Germany, by Nitzan Shoshan. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2016. Contemporary Sociology 47.2 (March 2018): 219-220.


Beaton, Connor. “Film Review — In the Fade.” Scottish Legal News, 13 July 2018. A review of In the Fade (Aus dem Nichts) (2017), directed by Fatih Akin. Full text.

Mason, Paul. “Living in the shadow of Breivik: why 22 July could be the anti-fascist movie of our times.” New Statesman, 3 October 2018. A review of the film 22 July, directed by Paul Greengrass. Full text.


Abellan Matamoros, Cristina. “Explained: Who is VOX? Spain’s latest far-right party gaining popularity.” Euronews, 8 October 2018. An interview with Andrew Dowling. Mentions Ciudadanos (Spanish conservative party), Javier Ortega (VOX general secretary), Partido Popular (PP) (Spanish conservative party), and VOX (Spanish anti-immigration party, established in 2013). Full text.

Ambedkar, P. “Democracy in Chains: The Deep History of the Radical Right’s Stealth Plan for America.” Newsclick, 12 July 2018. An interview with Nancy MacLean, author of Democracy in Chains: The Deep History of the Radical Right’s Stealth Plan for America. Video.

Beale, Lewis. “Madeleine Albright Knows Fascism When She Sees It.” The Daily Beast, April 13, 2018. An interview with Madeleine Albright, author of Fascism: A Warning. Full text.

Braganza, Chantal. “How a new organization aims to monitor hate groups across Canada. Evan Balgord, co-founder of the Canadian Anti-Hate Network, on right-wing extremism, radicalization, and fighting back against intolerance.”, May 9, 2018. An interview with Evan Balgord. Mentions alt-right; Evan Balgord (co-founder of the Canadian Anti-Hate Network); Alexandre Bissonnette; The Daily Stormer (neo-Nazi blog); 4chan; Heritage Front; incel movement; M-103 motion against Islamophobia; Alek Minassian (alleged van attack murderer); Rebel Media conference, February 2017; and “Zeiger” (Gabriel Sohier Chaput) (Canadian white supremacist). Full text.

Burton, Tara Isabella. “How anti-Semitism festers online, explained by a monitor of the darkest corners of the internet.” Vox, Oct. 30, 2018. An interview with Talia Lavin, Media Matters researcher and author of a Washington Post editorial about anti-Semitic conspiracy theories about George Soros. Full text.

Butler, James, and Ash Sarkar. “Faultlines: Liz Fekete on Racism, Europe and the New Right.” NovaraFM, Novara Media, 26 January 2018. An interview with Liz Fekete, author of Europe’s Fault Lines: Racism and the Rise of the Right. Podcast and here.

Chotiner, Isaac. “Democracy Down. An interview with Timothy Snyder about what ails our country, and why so many of us can’t see it.” Slate, March 29, 2018. An interview with Timothy Snyder, author of The Road to Unfreedom: Russia, Europe, America. Full text.

Coleman, Korva. “What Drives Men To Violent Extremism.” NPR Weekend Edition Sunday, April 1, 2018. An interview with Michael Kimmel, author of Healing From Hate: How Young Men Get Into And Out Of Violent Extremism. Recording and transcript.

Conti, Allie.  “From the Inside, the White Nationalist Movement Looks Like a Total Mess. A journalist who spent seven years embedded with the American far-right talks about how to get under their skin.”  VICE, Feb. 28, 2018.  An interview with Vegas Tenold, author of Everything You Love Will Burn: Inside the Rebirth of White Nationalism in America.  Mentions Antifa, Battle of Trenton, Hammerskins, Matthew Heimbach, Ku Klux Klan, National Socialist Movement (NSM), Paul Nehlen, neo-Nazis, racism, Duke Schneider of the NSM, Jeff Schoep (leader of the NSM), Richard Spencer, Vegas Tenold, Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, and white supremacy.  Full text.

Conti, Allie. “Learn to Spot the Secret Signals of Far-Right Fashion.” VICE, Feb. 12, 2018.  An interview with Cynthia Miller-Idriss, author of The Extreme Gone Mainstream: Commercialization and Far Right Youth Culture in GermanyFull text.

Dalziel, Imogen. “A New Chapter: The Campaign to End Major Booksellers’ Sale of Extreme Material.” Memoria 7 (April 2018).  Interview with Joe Mulhall about the HOPE Not Hate campaign against four of the UK’s major booksellers for selling extreme material on their websites.  Mentions The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion; pro-National Socialist literature by Colin Jordan; The Turner Diaries, by neo-Nazi William Pierce; Holocaust Denial books, including Did Six Million Really Die? The Truth at Last; Curated Lies: The Auschwitz Museum’s Misrepresentations, Distortions and Deceptions, by Carlo Mattogno; and works by David Irving. Germar Rudolf, and Nick Kollerstrom. Full text.

Farnsworth, Patrick. “Fighting Solves Everything: The Rise Of International Far Right Violence w/ Spencer Sunshine.” Last Born In The Wilderness #153, 29 October 2018. Audio and here.

Feeley, Dianne, and David Finkel. “Taking on the Far-Right [Menace]: an interview with Mark Bray [author of Antifa, The Anti-Fascist Handbook].” Against the Current 33.2 [no. 194] (May/Jun 2018). Full text.

Galloway, Brad, and Ryan Scrivens. “The Hidden Face of Hate Groups Online: A Former’s Perspective.” VOX – Pol, January 3, 2018. Former-right wing extremist Brad Galloway talks to VOX-Pol Visiting Researcher Ryan Scrivens about his paper “The Hidden Face of Organized Hate Groups Online: A Former’s Perspective,” presented at the Terrorism and Social Media Conference hosted at Swansea University. Full text.

Garcia-Navarro, Lulu. “‘Bring The War Home’ Shows ‘Lone Wolf’ Terrorists Are Really Part Of A Pack.” Weekend Edition Sunday, NPR, April 22, 2018. An interview with Kathleen Belew, author of Bring the War Home: The White Power Movement and Paramilitary America. Recording and transcript.

Goodman, Amy, and Nermeen Shaikh. “‘How Fascism Works’: Jason Stanley on Trump, Bolsonaro and the Rise of Fascism Across the Globe.” Democracy Now! October 11, 2018. An interview with Jason Stanley, author of How Fascism Works: The Politics of Us and Them. Recording and transcript.

Gross, Terry.  “Attacked By Alt-Right Trolls, A Jewish Journalist Links Trump To The Rise Of Hate.”  Fresh Air, NPR, March 19, 2018.  An interview with Jonathan Weisman, author of (((Semitism))): Being Jewish in America in the Age of Trump.  Recording and transcript.

Gross, Terry. “How America’s White Power Movement Coalesced After The Vietnam War.” Fresh Air, NPR, April 25, 2018. An interview with Kathleen Belew, author of Bring the War Home: The White Power Movement and Paramilitary America. Recording and transcript.

Hanso, Hille. “Mudde: Populism Is Based on Morals.” ICDS, May 23, 2018. An interview with Cas Mudde in Tallinn during the conference “Nation states or member states? Re-imagining the European Union”, at which Mudde was on the panel “Will the EU survive populism?” Full text.

Harris, Scott. “Spreading Hate and Fear Trump Incites Extreme Right Terrorism.” Interview with Chip Berlet. Between The Lines, Oct 29, 2018. Audio.

Hartmann, Thom. “The Deep History of the Radical Right’s Stealth Plan for America.” The Thom Hartmann Program, Free Speech TV, July 6, 2018. An interview with Nancy MacLean, author of Democracy in Chains: The Deep History of the Radical Right’s Plan for America Video.

Illing, Sean. “How fascism works. A Yale philosopher on fascism, truth, and Donald Trump.” Vox, Sept. 19, 2018. An interview with Jason Stanley, author of How Fascism Works. Full text.

“Interview #30 – All you need to know about radical right parties.” POP – Political Observatory on Populism, October 9, 2018. An interview with Kai Arzheimer. Full text.

“An Interview with Professor Cynthia Miller-Idriss” [author of The Extreme Gone Mainstream: Commercialization and Far Right Youth Culture in Germany]. The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs, July 30, 2018. Full text.

Jacobs, Tom. “Trump and the Playbook of Fascist Politics.” The (Short) PS Interview – Pacific Standard, Sept. 17, 2018. An interview with Jason Stanley, author of How Fascism Works: The Politics of Us and Them. Full text.

Jaschik, Scott. “Anti-Intellectualism and ‘How Fascism Works.'” Inside Higher Ed, August 15, 2018. An interview with Jason Stanley, author of How Fascism Works (Penguin Random House). Full text.

Kolhatkar, Sonali. “Fascism Today: What It Is And How to End It.” Rising Up With Sonali, January 31, 2018. An interview with Shane Burley, author of Fascism Today: What It Is and How to End It. Video.

Lawson, Alex. “The Rise Of The Radical Right In Trump’s America.”  The Thom Hartmann Program, March 1, 2018.  An interview with David Neiwert, author of Alt-America: The Rise Of The Radical Right in the Age of Trump. Video.

Licata, Nick.  An interview with Nancy MacLean, author of Democracy in Chains: The Deep History of the Radical Right’s Plan for America. Recorded April 7, 2018, at the Greenwood Senior Center, Seattle, WA. Video.

McBride, Charlie. “‘Resistance to the far right has to come from the local level.'” Galway Advertiser, July 5, 2018. An interview with Liz Fekete, author of Europe’s Fault Lines: Racism and the Rise of the Right. Full text.

Mertz, Chuck. “Barbaric production: The rise of slavery, White supremacy and capitalism.” This Is Hell! Episode 999: Field Notes, Apr. 14, 2018. An interview with Gerald Horne, author of The Apocalypse of Settler Colonialism: The Roots of Slavery, White Supremacy, and Capitalism in Seventeenth-Century North America and the Caribbean. Podcast.

Mertz, Chuck. “Fear and violence on the growing far right edges of Europe.” This Is Hell! Episode 987: Robbermade, Jan. 20, 2018. An interview with Liz Fekete, author of Europe’s Fault Lines: Racism and the Rise of the Right. Podcast.

Mertz, Chuck. “The hard right, the neoliberal center and the hole in Italian politics.” This Is Hell! Episode 1007: Rising Signs, June 9, 2018. An interview with David Broder, author of the articles “Salvini’s Triumph” and “Notes on Italy’s Election” for Jacobin. Podcast.

Mertz, Chuck. “The White authoritarians: On the link between social intolerance and anti-democratic values.” This Is Hell! Episode 1007: Rising Signs, June 9, 2018. An interview with Steven Miller and Nicholas Davis, authors of the paper “White Outgroup Intolerance and Declining Support for American Democracy.”  Podcast.

Michel, Casey.  “The account of a former white supremacist leader shows path out of Trump-driven racial retrenchment.”  ThinkProgress, Jan. 29, 2018.  An interview with Christian Picciolini, author of White American Youth: My Descent into America’s Most Violent Hate Movement and How I Got Out (New York: Hachette Books, 2017).  Full text.

Michel, Casey. “Meet the favorite philosophers of young white supremacists.” ThinkProgress, June 22, 2018.  An interview with Ronald Beiner, author of Dangerous Minds: Nietzsche, Heidegger, and the Return of the Far Right.  Mentions the “alt-right”; Alexander Dugin (Russian neo-fascist); ethno-states; Martin Heidegger (German philosopher who participated in the Nazi Party); Nina Kouprianova (Richard Spencer’s wife and a pro-Russia, pro-Dugin propagandist); Friedrich Nietzsche (German philosopher who inspired the Nazi Party); Brittany Pettibone (a Pizzagate truther); Lauren Southern (Canadian far-right YouTube host); Richard Spencer (white supremacist); and white supremacy. Full text.

Rawnsley, Andrew. “Madeleine Albright: ‘The things that are happening are genuinely, seriously bad.'” The Guardian, 8 Jul 2018. An interview with Madeleine Albright, author of Fascism: A Warning. Full text.

Scher, Bill.  New Books in Politics Podcast, New Books Network, June 5, 2018. An interview with David Neiwert, author of Alt-America: The Rise of the Radical Right in the Age of Trump (Verso, 2017). Podcast.

Storey, Samantha. “Meet The White Nationalist Who Walked Away From It All.” HuffPost, Sept. 24, 2018. An interview with Eli Saslow, author of Rising out of Hatred: The Awakening of a Former White Nationalist. On Derek Black, the son of Don Black, who founded the white nationalist website Stormfront. Full text.

Wichtel, Diana. “How the far right subverted American democracy (and how to stop them).” The New Zealand Listener, August 25, 2018. An interview with David Neiwert, author of Alt-America: The rise of the radical right in the Age of Trump (Verso). Mentions Aryan Nations (Idaho-based anti-Semitic, white supremacist group); the birther conspiracy (about Obama’s birthplace); Don Brash (former National and Act party leader); eliminationism; Fox News; Rush Limbaugh (radio personality); Stefan Molyneux (Canadian far-right figure); National Socialist Movement (American neo-Nazi group); Lauren Southern (Canadian far-right figure); Richard Spencer (white supremacist); the US alt-right; and Milo Yiannopoulos (“cultural libertarian” and alt-right commentator). Full text.


Aluthgamahewage, Dileena. “New network to monitor hate groups in Canada.” The Charlatan (Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario), May 30, 2018. On the Canadian Anti-Hate Network (CAN). Also mentions Evan Balgord (executive director of CAN); Canadian National Party (Canadian radical right-wing political party); Generation Identity (anti-immigration group); and Thomas White (neo-Nazi podcaster recently exposed by CAN). Full text.

Axelrod, Toby. “How language once used by the Nazis is fashionable for Germany’s far-right AfD.” The Jewish Chronicle, June 10, 2018. Full text.

Balgord, Evan. “Yes, there are neo-Nazis in Canada.” The Canadian Jewish News, April 27, 2018. Mentions Atalante Québec (a group with strong ties to the neo-Nazi forum Fédération des Québécois de Souche); Alexandre Bissonnette; Canada’s alt-right; Canada’s anti-Muslim movement; the Heritage Front; National Socialist Labour Revival Party; and Northern Guard (militant anti-Muslim group). Full text.

Barnes, Luke. “Far-right extremists are quietly murdering police officers.” ThinkProgress, Mar. 1, 2018. Full text.

Barnes, Luke. “Leaked chatroom transcripts reveal far-right group’s violent ideology. Traditionalist Worker Party members undertook weapons training and gloated over the death of Heather Heyer.” ThinkProgress, April 6, 2018. Mentions Atomwaffen (a highly violent, decentralized neo-Nazi group), Matthew Heimbach (leader of the Traditionalist Worker Party), Matthew Parrott (former TWP spokesman and Heimbach’s father-in-law), Traditionalist Worker Party (TWP) (violent white supremacist group), and Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville (August 2017). Full text.

Bassett, Laura. “Anti-Abortion Leader Emerges As White Nationalist. The Dallas Morning News and anti-abortion groups are distancing themselves from Kristen Hatten.” HuffPost, April 17, 2018. Mentions alt-right; ethnonationalism; Family Research Council (evangelical anti-abortion group); Kristen Walker Hatten (former vice president of New Wave Feminists); Destiny Herndon-De La Rosa (founder and president of New Wave Feminists); Rep. Steve King (conservative congressman and opponent of abortion rights); David Lane (neo-Nazi author of the “14 words”); Live Action News (anti-abortion group); March for Life rallies; New Wave Feminists (anti-abortion group); Lila Rose (president of Live Action); Richard Spencer (white nationalist icon); white nationalism; and white supremacy. Full text.

Bennhold, Katrin.  “Workers of Germany, Unite: The New Siren Call of the Far Right.”  New York Times, Feb. 5, 2018.  Mentions Alternative for Germany party (AfD) [far-right], AfD’s “pro-worker” platform (pro-coal, pro-diesel and anti-immigration), Frank-Christian Hansel (AfD politician), Jürgen Pohl (AfD politician), Beatrix von Storch (AfD politician), Alice Weidel (AfD politician).  Full text.

Berman, Sheri. “Five takeaways about the Swedish election — and the far-right wave across Europe.” Monkey Cage – The Washington Post, September 12, 2018. On the Sweden Democrats (SD) (Swedish far-right, anti-immigrant party with neo-Nazi origins). Full text.

Blasdel, Alex. “How the resurgence of white supremacy in the US sparked a war over free speech.” The Guardian, 31 May 2018. Full text.

Bond, David, and Guy Chazan. “Rightwing terror in Europe draws fuel from populism and xenophobia.” Financial Times, October 8, 2018. Mentions Alternative for Germany (German far-right, anti-immigration party); Génération Identitaire (French far-right nationalist movement); “Revolution Chemnitz” (German rightwing terror group); and Tommy Robinson (rightwing activist and former English Defence League leader). Full text.

Boutilier, Alex. “CSIS sees ‘significant’ jump in far-right activity online.” The Toronto Star, Oct. 8, 2018. The last of a three-part series on the rise of white nationalist and right-wing extremist groups in Canada and the steps that authorities are taking to identify and suppress these threats. Mentions anti-immigration; Alexandre Bissonnette (shooter at a Quebec City mosque in 2017); “involuntarily celibate,” or “incel” (a misogynistic and nihilistic subculture); Alek Minassian (alleged van attack murderer); and the Unite the Right rally (Charlottesville, Va., August 2017). Full text and here.

Boutilier, Alex. “Right-wing extremism not welcome in Canadian Armed Forces — but ‘clearly, it’s in here,’ says top soldier.” The Toronto Star, Oct. 7, 2018. The second of a three-part series on the rise of white nationalist and right-wing extremist groups in Canada and the steps that authorities are taking to identify and suppress these threats. Mentions the Atomwaffen Division (American neo-Nazi terrorist group); La Meute (Quebec-based anti-immigration and anti-Islam group); and the “Proud Boys” (“Western chauvinism” movement). Full text.

Boutilier, Alex. “Rise of right-wing extremists presents new challenge for Canadian law enforcement agencies.” The Toronto Star, Oct. 7, 2018. The first of a three-part series on the rise of white nationalist and right-wing extremist groups in Canada and the steps that authorities are taking to identify and suppress these threats. Mentions Alexandre Bissonnette (shooter at a Quebec City mosque in 2017); Maxime Bernier (of the People’s Party); Heritage Front (Canadian hate group active in the 1980s and 1990s); La Meute; Alek Minassian (alleged van attack murderer); the People’s Party (Canadian party focused on criticizing “extreme multiculturalism” and immigration); the Proud Boys; Soldiers of Odin; Storm Alliance; the III%; and the Unite the Right rally (Charlottesville, Va., August 2017). Full text.

“Brand New Far-Right Party Emerges from the Ashes of Jobbik.” Hungary Today, June 25, 2018. On the Mi hazánk mozgalom (Our Homeland Movement). Also mentions Dóra Duró (one of the founders of the Mi hazánk mozgalom); Fidesz (Hungarian right-wing party); Hatvanégy Vármágye (far-right movement); Elod Novak (Duro’s husband and a former member of Jobbik); and László Toroczkai (far-right politician and a leader of the Mi hazánk mozgalom). Full text.

Brown, Stephen. “Swedish far right at record high in pre-election poll.” POLITICO, May 23, 2018. On the Sweden Democrats (Swedish far-right, anti-immigrant party) and its leader Jimmie Åkesson. Full text.

Chalabi, Mona. “Terror attacks by Muslims receive 357% more press attention, study finds.” The Guardian, 20 July 2018. Full text.

Chaudhary, Vivek.  “Nigel Bromage – the former neo-Nazi fighting the far-right’s message of hate. The ex-member of Combat 18 visits the site of Darren Osborne’s terror attack to warn of the online dangers of racist radicalisation.” The Guardian, 3 Feb. 2018.  Full text.

Clark, Doug Bock.  “Meet Antifa’s Secret Weapon Against Far-Right Extremists.”  Wired, Jan. 16, 2018.  On Professor Megan Squire’s dataset on more than 1,300 right-wing groups.  Full text.

Collins, David. “‘White jihadists’ target campuses in attempt to unleash race war.” The Sunday Times, July 22, 2018. On National Action, a neo-Nazi hate group proscribed under the Terrorist Act, and its successor, System Resistance Network (SRN). Excerpt.

D’Arcy, Scott.  “Campaign group formed to support UK victims of terrorist attacks and offer ‘voice for survivors.'”  The Independent, 28 Jan. 2018.  On the Survivors Against Terror group.  Full text.

Davey, Jacob.  “I work for an anti-extremism organisation and this is the difference between neo-Nazi and Islamist propaganda online. There is no ‘’ – but Scottish Dawn is just a click away.”  The Independent, 13 January 2018.  Full text.

Dearden, Lizzie.  “Four far-right UK terrorist plots foiled since Westminster attack, police reveal.  Outgoing terror head Mark Rowley sounds warning over growing threat after Finsbury Park attack and murder of MP Jo Cox.”  The Independent, Feb. 26, 2018.  Mentions Weyman Bennett (joint secretary of United Against Fascism (UAF)); Britain First (far-right group); English Defence League (EDL); Hope Not Hate (research and campaign group); Nick Lowles (chief executive of Hope Not Hate); Thomas Mair (far-right extremist who murdered Labour MP Jo Cox in 2016); National Action (neo-Nazi terrorist group); NS131 (renamed regional faction of the banned group National Action); Darren Osborne (Finsbury Park terror attacker); Tommy Robinson (former EDL leader); Scottish Dawn (renamed regional faction of the banned group National Action); and Ethan Stables (neo-Nazi convicted of planning a terror attack at a gay pride event in Cumbria).  Full text.

Dearden, Lizzie. “National Action: Alleged neo-Nazi terrorist appears in court charged with plotting to murder Labour MP with machete.” The Independent, 26 March 2018. Mentions Christopher Lythgoe (accused National Action regional leader); National Action (banned neo-Nazi terrorist group); NS131 (banned alias of National Action); and Scottish Dawn (banned alias of National Action). Full text.

Dearden, Lizzie.  “UK police make record 412 terrorism-related arrests in 2017, Home Office figures show. Increase comes after neo-Nazi terrorist group banned and five terror attacks in London and Manchester.”  The Independent, March 8, 2018.  Full text.

Demianyk, Graeme.  “Terror Attack Survivors And Bereaved Families Launch New Group To Fight Extremism. Survivors Against Terror to campaign for improved policies and support.”  The Huffington Post, 29/01/2018.  Full text.

Engels, George, and 2 contributors. “Far-right ‘identitarians’ struggle for a foothold in Britain.” WikiTribune, 19 Apr 2018. Mentions the Battle of Cable Street in East London; Stephen Donald Black (American white supremacist banned from entering the UK); Abel Bodi (leader of Generation Identity in Hungary); “ethnopluralism”; Generation Identity; Generation Identity Austria (an “extremist far-right group”); Identitarianism; Tore Rasmussen (Generation Identify conference chairman); Martin Sellner (leader of Generation Identity Austria, banned from entering the UK); and Geert Wilders (far-right Dutch politician banned from entering the UK in 2009). Full text.

“Ex-Rebel Media Host Promotes 1930s Book by Fascist Author Advocating ‘The Elimination of Jews.'” PressProgress, April 3, 2018. Mentions Corneliu Codreanu (anti-Semitic leader of a Romanian fascist group); an “ethno-state” for the “Aryan” race; For My Legionaries (Codreanu) (calling for the embracing of “fascism” as a means to remove the “Jewish threat”); the ’14 Words’; Faith Goldy (former Rebel Media host); Ayla Stewart (white supremacist Mormon blogger); United the White rally (Charlottesville, VA, 2017); and the white nationalist alt-right. Full text.

“Far-Right European Terrorist Group Crowdfunding Cryptocurrency.” Counter Extremism Project, Aug 28, 2018. On Order of Dawn (a new European far-right group which has apparently started a Monero (XMR) cryptocurrency crowdfunding campaign for their violent “Reconquista” of Europe). Full text.

“French, Italian far-right youth groups protest migrants on border.” RFI, 29 July 2018. Mentions anti-immigration; Jordan Bardella (national director of Generation Nation); Generation Nation (far-right youth group of France’s National Rally, formerly known as National Front Youth); Marine Le Pen (leader of National Rally); League (Italian far-right party); National Rally (French far-right party, formerly named National Front (FN)); Davide Quadri (Youth League spokesman); Matteo Salvini (Italian Interior Minister); and Youth League (Lega Giovani) (far-right youth group of Italy’s League). Full text.

Gedye, Lloyd. “White genocide: How the big lie spread to the US and beyond.” Mail & Guardian, 23 Mar 2018. Mentions Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging, American Freedom Party (formerly the American Third Position), Peter Brimelow (founder of the right-wing website, André Coetzee (Suidlander member), Miranda Devine (News Corp columnist), David Duke (former Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan), Peter Dutton (Australian Home Affairs Minister), Joseph Farah (founder of WorldNet News), Brad Griffin (public relations officer for the League of the South and the news editor of, Michael Hill (president of the League of the South), William Daniel Johnson (lawyer with the American Freedom Party), Alex Jones (American conspiracy theorist), David Knight (host of Real News with David Knight), League of the South (LOS) (right-wing group based in Killen, Alabama), Caroline Marcus (News Corp columnist),, Henrik Palmgreen (host of Red Ice TV which often hosts Holocaust deniers), Simon Roche (spokesperson for the Suidlanders), Billy Roper (founder of the right-wing website The Roper Report), Southern Poverty Law Centre (SPLC), Richard Spencer (founder of the right-wing website, David Spencer (Nazi sympathiser who coined the term “alt-right”), the Suidlanders (South African right-wing group), Jared Taylor (host of an American Renaissance podcast), Eugène Terre’blanche (Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging leader), Unite the Right rally (Charlottesville, Virginia), and “white genocide” in South Africa. Full text.

Gilligan, Andrew. “The ‘hipster fascists’ who anti-racism campaigners say are breathing new life into the far right. Forget bomber jackets and beer bellies, Britain’s far right is rebranding with skinny jeans, trainers and honeyed words.” The Sunday Times, May 20, 2018. Mentions Abel Bodi (Hungarian GI leader); Tom Dupré (GI’s new British co-leader); English Defence League; “ethnopluralism”; European GI movement; Generation Identity (GI) (British fascist movement); the “great replacement” of white people; Enoch Powell; the “reconquista” of Europe; “remigration” of black and minority ethnic people; and Martin Sellner (Austrian GI leader). Opening paragraphs.

Goujard, Clothilde. “Worried by rise of far-right groups, Canada puts millions into anti-racism effort.” The Washington Post, April 1, 2018. Mentions Alexandre Bissonnette (shooter at a Quebec City mosque in 2017); La Meute (The Wolf Pack) (Quebec, far-right group opposing “radical Islam”); National Front (French far-right political party); Three Percenters (American paramilitary group with an Albertan chapter); and Unite the White Rally (Charlottesville, August 2017). Full text.

Greenfield, Patrick.  “Home Office unveils AI program to tackle Isis online propaganda. Tool can detect 94% of Isis propaganda with a 99.99% success rate in tests.”  The Guardian, 12 Feb. 2018.  Full text.

Hayden, Michael Edison. “White Supremacists Have Been Banished From Social Media—But They’re Thriving on Podcasts.” Newsweek, June 7, 2018. Mentions alt-right movement; Andrew Anglin (white nationalist of Daily Stormer); Conservative Political Action Conference (National Harbor, Maryland, 2017); Daily Stormer (neo-Nazi website); David Duke (former Ku Klux Klan Grand Wizard); “echoes” meme (anti-Semitic meme created by Peinovich in which Jewish people’s names are written with three sets of parentheses around them); Ku Klux Klan; National Socialist Movement (neo-Nazi movement); Mike Peinovich (aka Mike Enoch) (host of The Daily Shoah and writer of the blog The Right Stuff); Enoch Powell; Richard Spencer (white nationalist); (Mike Peinovich’s website and alt-right network); Traditionalist Worker Party (now-defunct white nationalist party); True Cascadia (Pacific Northwest neo-Nazi group); “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia; white genocide; and white nationalists. Full text.

“International far right gather in London for Free Tommy Robinson Demonstration.” HOPE not hate, 14 July 2018. Mentions ACT for America, Brigitte Gabriel’s anti-Muslim organisation; Louis Aliot (French right-wing politician); the Australian Liberty Alliance (Australian anti-Muslim party); Steve Bannon; Gerard Batten (UKIP leader); The Bow Group (right-wing think tank); Sam Brownback (US ambassador for international religious freedom); Tucker Carlson; Kevin Carroll (co-founder of the English Defence League (EDL)); Mike Cernovich; Martin Costello (of Make Britain Great Again); Siegfried Daebritz (from PEGIDA); Filip de Winter (from Vlaams Belang in Belgium); Kent Ekeroth (Swedish far-right politician); Nigel Farage; For Britain (UK far-right group); Fox News (right-wing channel); Brigitte Gabriel (leader of ACT for America); Generation Identity (UK far-right group); Paul Gosar (congressman from Arizona); Ben Harris-Quinney (of The Bow Group); InfoWars (right-wing conspiracy theory channel ); Alex Jones; Elizabeth Jones (from UKIP NEC); Raheem Kassam (former Breitbart London editor); George Llewelyn-John; Make Britain Great Again (UK far-right group); the Middle East Forum (MEF) (Philadelphia-based organisation); Luke Nash-Jones (leader of Make Britain Great Again); Lord Malcolm Pearson (UKIP luminary); PEGIDA (German anti-Muslim street movement); Daniel Pipes (leader of the Middle East Forum); Jack Posobiec (American “alt-light” figure); the Q Society of Australia (Australian ‘counter-jihad’ organisation); Jerome Riviere (from France’s Rassemblement National (formerly the Front National)); Debbie Robinson (Australian anti-Muslim activist and president of the Q Society of Australia); Tommy Robinson (AKA Stephen Yaxley-Lennon); Swedish Democrats (SD) (Swedish far-right party); Donald Trump Jr.; UKIP (UK far-right group); Freddy Vachha (UKIP London chairman); Joy Villa (American singer); Geert Wilders (Islamophobic founder and leader of the People’s Party for Freedom in the Netherlands); Lucian Wintrich (of The Gateway Pundit); and Avi Yemini. Full text.

Jones, Tobias.  “The fascist movement that has brought Mussolini back to the mainstream. Italy’s CasaPound has been central to normalising fascism again in the country of its birth. Now they’re trying to enter parliament.”  The Guardian, 22 Feb. 2018.  Mentions Gianni Alemanno (imprisoned as a far-right militant he became mayor of Rome); Steve Bannon; Silvio Berlusconi; Blocco Studentesco (CasaPound’s youth movement); Breitbart; Renaud Camus (author of The Great Replacement); CasaPound; Gabriele D’Annunzio (writer and proto-fascist); Alessandro Di Battista (a leader of the Five Star Movement); Luigi Di Maio (a leader of the Five Star Movement); Simone Di Stefano (CasaPound’s political leader and its most prominent candidate); Domenico Di Tullio (CasaPound’s in-house lawyer); Julius Evola (Italian fascist philosopher); Fascism; Five Star Movement (populist anti-establishment party); La Foresta Che Avanza (pseudo-environmental group); Forza Nuova (fascist party); Fronte Sociale Nazionale (fascist party); Giovanni Gentile (fascist philosopher); Golden Dawn (Greece’s neo-Nazi party); Antonio Gramsci; Gianluca Iannone (leader of CasaPound); Luca Marsella (a top colonel in the CasaPound movement); Oswald Mosley; Movimento Sociale Italiano (MSI); Benito Mussolini; NAR (a far-right terrorist organisation); Nietzsche; Northern League; Nouvelle Droite (“new right”) movement in France; Ordine Nuovo (a radical splinter group that emerged from within the MSI); Ezra Pound; Primato Nazionale (CasaPound’s magazine); Mary de Rachewiltz (Ezra Pound’s daughter); Pino Rauti (leader of Ordine Nuovo); Matteo Salvini (leader of Northern League); Adriano Scianca (CasaPound’s cultural attaché and the editor of CasaPound’s magazine Primato Nazionale); skinhead groups; Sovereignty (a movement formed by CasaPound and Northern League); Richard Spencer (American white supremacist leader); Tempo di Essere Madri (“time to be a mother”) (fascist women’s movement); Terza Posizione (Italian neo-fascist movement founded in 1978); La Voce della Fogna (“The Voice of the Sewer”) (far-right magazine); and “Wolfsangel” rune.  Full text.

Ladd, Donna. “Dangerous, growing, yet unnoticed: the rise of America’s white gangs.” The Guardian, 5 Apr. 2018. Mentions the Almighty Gaylords (white supremacist gang in Chicago); the Aryan Brotherhood; the Bandidos (a biker “club” criminal street gang in Mississippi); the Black Gangster Disciples (prison gang); and the Simon City Royals (violent white criminal street gang in Chicago; spread to other states such as Mississippi, where it is known as “Chapter 13” and the Mississippi Combat Legion). Full text.

Lafontaine, Miriam. “Quebec City Police Told Us They Keep No Records of Their Communication With Far-Right Groups.” The Link, February 14, 2018. Mentions Atalante (neo-nazi group in Québec); Sylvain Brouillette (former head of La Meute); Jacques Gagné (head of security for La Meute); La Meute (far-right group in Québec); Storm Alliance (far-right group in Québec); and the III% (the “three per cent”) (a far-right militia). Full text.

Lamoureux, Mack. “CSIS Stopped Monitoring Right-Wing Extremism Ahead of Mosque Massacre.” VICE, June 21, 2018. Mentions the alt-right; anti-Islamic “patriot groups”; Atomwaffen (neo-Nazi terror cell); Alexandre Bissonnette (Quebec City mosque terrorist); Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS); and sovereign citizens. Full text.

Lamoureux, Mack, and Ben Makuch. “Atomwaffen, an American Neo-Nazi Terror Group, Is In Canada.” VICE, June 19, 2018. Mentions Atomwaffen Division (a violent neo-Nazi terrorist organization); “Dark Foreigner” (Canadian “graphic designer” and propagandist for Atomwaffen); Iron March (defunct online forum and fascist social network); Timothy McVeigh (Oklahoma City bomber); Northern Order (Canadian white power group); Jordan B. Peterson (the controversial University of Toronto professor); and Alexander Slavros (founder of Iron March and author of the hate-filled manifesto Zero Tolerance). Full text.

Lamoureux, Mack, and Ben Makuch. “Violent Neo-Nazi Group Has Disturbing Plans For Canada.” VICE, July 10, 2018. On Northern Order, an Atomwaffen-affiliated neo-Nazi cell. Also mentions Atomwaffen (a violent US based neo-Nazi terror group); Craig Cobb (an American-Canadian white nationalist and neo-Nazi leader who tried to create a white supremacist settlement in Leith, North Dakota, in 2012); Dark Foreigner (Atomwaffen’s official propagandist and graphic designer); John Cameron Denton (“Rape”) (the leader of Atomwaffen); European ethnostate in British Columbia; the “Fourth Reich”; the Soldiers of Odin (publicity-seeking far-right group); “the white jihad”; and white supremacist ideology. Full text.

Lamoureux, Mack, and Martin Patriquin. “This Is the Man Who Ran Canada’s Biggest Neo-Nazi Podcast.” VICE, June 14, 2018. On Clayton Sanford (former host of This Hour Has 88 Minutes). Also mentions Jonathan Boone (former 88 Minutes podcast co-host); the Daily Stormer; Leafensraum (Canadian alt-right gathering, southern Ontario, July 21-24, 2017); Mike Peinovich (founder of The Right Stuff); The Right Stuff (US-based neo-Nazi forum); Gabriel Sohier-Chaput (“Zeiger’); This Hour Has 88 Minutes (former Canadian white nationalist podcast); Thomas White (former co-host of This Hour Has 88 Minutes); and white ethnostate.  Full text.

LaPorta, James. “Marine Veteran Trains White Supremacists in Military Tactics.” Daily Beast, June 11, 2018. Mentions American Vanguard (neo-Nazi group); Discord (internet chat platform used by white supremacists and neo-Nazis); distinction between neo-Nazis and white supremacists; James Alex Fields, Jr. (allegedly killer of Heather Heyer at the Unite the Right rally); Adolf Hitler; Dillon Ulysses Hopper (leader of American Vanguard); Patriot Front (white-supremacist group); Thomas Ryan Rousseau (founder of Patriot Front); Erik Sailors (head of a Texas chapter of Patriot Front); Richard Spencer (white-nationalist figure); and Unite the Right rally (deadly white-power rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in 2017). Full text.

“Last month in Europe.” Southern Poverty Law Center, June 8, 2018. “The following is a list of activities and events linked to American white supremacist, neo-Nazi, anti-LGBT, anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim groups and personalities in Europe.” Full text.

Lawrence, Felicity, David Pegg, and Rob Evans. “Rightwing thinktanks unveil radical plan for US-UK Brexit trade deal.” The Guardian, 18 Sept. 2018. Mentions the Adam Smith Institute (UK conservative libertarian thinktank); the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) (US conservative libertarian thinktank); the Cato Institute (a rightwing libertarian thinktank in the US founded and funded by the Koch family); the Competitive Enterprise Institute (US conservative libertarian thinktank); the European Research Group of Conservative MPs; Daniel Hannan (longtime Eurosceptic MEP and one of the leaders of Vote Leave); the Heritage Foundation (US conservative libertarian thinktank); the Initiative for Free Trade (IFT) (a thinktank founded by Daniel Hannan; and the Institute for Economic Affairs (IEA) (UK conservative libertarian thinktank). Full text.

Lodhi, Humera, Yehyun Kim, and Sudipto Maity. “How social media is fueling the rise of nationalism and extremism.” St. Louis Post-Dispatch, May 12, 2018. Mentions Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) (India’s ruling party); Britain First (ultra-nationalist British political group); Harry Hughes (public relations director of the National Socialist Movement); National Socialist Movement (NSM) (Detroit-based neo-Nazi hate group); Rashtriya Sayamsevak Sangh (right-wing Hindu nationalist organization); “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, N.C.; VK (Russia-based alternative social media platform); and #whitegenocide (popular Twitter hashtag amongst white nationalists). Full text.

Lokting, Britta. “Fear and Loathing in Cascadia.” The Baffler, February 27, 2018. Mentions Cascadia (an area encompassing the Pacific Northwest); Cascadia (an alt-right group in the Pacific Northwest); Jeremy Christian (killer of two men on the light rail in Portland in 2017); Harold Armstead Covington (founder of Northwest Front); A Distant Thunder (Covington); Jack Donovan (the alt-right leader of The Wolves of Vinland’s Cascadia chapter); “Herrenvolk” (white supremacist and one of the founders of Cascadia); Northwest Front (white nationalist group which calls for an “independent and sovereign White nation in the Pacific Northwest”); Red Ice TV (alt-right program); and white nationalism. Full text.

“LR man among indictees in ’16 supremacist killing.” Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, March 25, 2018.  On charges brought against eight suspected members or associates of the Aryan Circle, a white-supremacist prison gang founded in Texas around 1985, in the 2016 killing of an alleged member of the gang. Full text.

MacDougall, Ian. “Behind the Criminal Immigration Law: Eugenics and White Supremacy.” ProPublica, June 19, 2018. Mentions Coleman Livingston Blease (former senator from South Carolina and a white supremacist); Chinese Exclusion Act; James J. Davis (secretary of labor from 1921 to 1930 and a eugenicist); Patrick McCarran (American anti-immigration, anti-Communist senator); McCarran-Walter Act (Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952); Jeff Sessions (U.S. Attorney General); and Francis Walter ((American anti-immigration, anti-Communist representative). Full text.

Manavis, Sarah. “Eco-fascism: The ideology marrying environmentalism and white supremacy thriving online.” New Statesman, 21 September 2018. Mentions Algiz (Norse/Proto-Germanic rune, known as the “life” rune; used in postwar Germany as a symbol of the neo-Nazi movement); “Blut und Boden” (“Blood and Soil”); Walther Darré (the ideological force behind Lebensraum); Savitri Devi (a major proponent of deep ecology and a Nazi spy in India); #EFDS (meme and acronym for Ecofascist Death Squads); “ethnostate”; and Lebensraum (the Nazi programme for a master race). Full text.

Meaker, Morgan. “How dangerous are Austria’s far-right hipsters?” DW, 28 August 2018.  Mentions the alt-right; “ethnopluralism”; “European identity”; Daniel Fiß (Germany’s Identitarian leader); Freedom Party (Austrian far-right party); the “great replacement” conspiracy theory (the idea that white Europeans will be replaced by people from the Middle East and Africa through immigration); the “hipster right” (the Austrian branch of the Identitarian movement); Identitarian movement (far-right nationalist movement); Islamization of Europe; Islamophobia; multiculturalism; PEGIDA (German far-right protest movement); People’s Party (Austrian conservative party); “re-migration”; Tommy Robinson; and Martin Sellner (the Austrian Identitarians’ co-leader). Full text.

“Meet ‘Patriot Front’: Neo-Nazi network aims to blur lines with militiamen, the alt-right.” Hatewatch, Southern Poverty Law Center, December 11, 2017. Mentions the alt-right; American Vanguard (AV) (formerly Reaction America) (neo-Nazi group); Atomwaffen Division (far-right activist group); (“Patriot Front” website); The Daily Stormer (alt-right website) ; the far-right militia movement; James Alex Fields (alleged killer of Heather Heyer at Charlottesville); 4chan (online forum); Identity Evropa (Identitarian group); Dillon Irizarry (Dillon Hopper) (leader of Vanguard America); (online alt-right forum); Oath Keepers; Patriot Front (far right splinter group that split off from Vanguard America after Charlottesville); Thomas Rousseau (a former leader of Vanguard America and the leader of Patriot Front ); Alexander Slavros (Russian nationalist and alleged founder of; Stormfront (online forum); “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville (August 2017); Vanguard America (VA) (formerly American Vanguard) (neo-Nazi group); Robert Ray Warren (“Azzmador”) (longtime neo-Nazi and contributor to The Daily Stormer); and white supremacists. Full text.

Murdoch, Simon. “Identitarianism in America.” HOPE not hate, Feb. 12, 2018. Mentions James Allsup (US alt-right vlogger); AltRight Corporation (the leading international alt-right organisation); American alt-right; American Renaissance (US alt-right organisation); Arktos Books (AltRight Corporation member); Joshua Bates (AKA Jossur Surtrson’) (American proponent of identitarianism); Bloc Identitaire (Identity Bloc) party (now an association, Les Identitaires’); Andrew Breitbart (founder of Breitbart News); Breitbart News (popular US far-right media outlet); Patrick Casey (leader of IE); Counter-Currents ( US alt-right publisher); cultural differentialism; The Daily Stormer (leading Nazi website); Nathan Damigo (founder of IE); Alain de Benoist (leading ENR philosopher); Defend Europe (GI campaign to disrupting the work of rescuing migrants and refugees in the summer of 2017); Jack Donovan (US alt-right figure); David Duke (former Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan); ethnopluralism; European identitarian movement; European New Right (ENR); Nigel Farage; Guillaume Faye (leading Nouvelle Droite thinker); Free Speech Week’ (Milo Yiannopolous’ event in Berkeley, California, in September 2017); Generation Identitaire (Generation Identity, or GI’) (youth-wing of the Bloc Identitaire); Generation Identity (identitarian activist organisation); Generation Identity Canada (GIC) (Identity Canada) (Canadian identitarian group); Great Replacement; Katie Hopkins; Identity Evropa (IE) (US identitarian and alt-right youth movement); Identity Vanguard (defunct American identitarian group); Islamification; Charles C. Johnson (US alt-light troll); Greg Johnson (of Counter-Currents); Manifesto for a European Renaissance (de Benoist); National Policy Institute (think tank founded by Richard Spencer); Nouvelle Droite (New Right) movement (French far-right movement); Operation Homeland’ (OH) (US identitarian organization); Patriot Peer (social networking app for GI in Europe); Frauke Petry (previously of Alternative for Germany); Brittany Pettibone (North American vlogger); Martin Sellner (co-leader of the Austrian branch of GI); Martin Semlitsch (AKA Martin Lichtmesz) (European identitarian thinker); Lauren Southern (North American vlogger); Richard Spencer (alt-right figurehead); Southern Nationalists of Identity Dixie (defunct American identitarian group); Students for Western Civilisation (Toronto-based Canadian identitarian group); Jared Taylor (alt-right figure); Unite the Right rally (Charlottesville, Virginia, August 2017); The Way of Men (Donovan); WeSearchr (Charles C. Johnson’s site); and Why We Fight (Faye). Full text.

“Nazi supporter of National Action convicted for stirring up anti-Semitic hate.” The Crown Prosecution Service, 8 January 2018. On the conviction of a self-professed Nazi and supporter of the neo-Nazi group National Action for stirring up racial hatred in two speeches. Full text.

Olmstead, Molly.  “The Suspect in the Killing of Blaze Bernstein Belonged to a Neo-Nazi Group Allegedly Connected to Four Other Murders.”  Slate, Jan. 31, 2018.  On Samuel Woodward, a member of a neo-Nazi group called Atomwaffen Division.  Full text.

Paradkar, Shree. “New Canadian anti-hate network looks to co-ordinate efforts against far-right extremism.” The Star (Toronto), May 15, 2018. Mentions anti-racist Canada (ARC) collective; Evan Balgord (executive director of CAN); Canadian Anti-Hate Network (CAN); Bernie Farber (head of CAN); Heritage Front; Rebel Media’s M-103 conference (February 2017); Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC); and “Zeiger” (Gabriel Sohier Chaput) (Montreal-based white supremacist). Full text.

Patriquin, Martin, Mack Lamoureux, Alheli Picazo, and Evan Balgord. “The Racist Podcaster Who Started a Neo-Nazi Coffee Company to Fund White Nationalism.” VICE, May 16, 2018. On Thomas White (co-host of “This Hour Has 88 Minutes”). Also mentions Atomwaffen (neo-Nazi terrorist organization); “Axe in The Deep” (88 Minutes’ Ottawa-based host); Anders Breivik (Norwegian white nationalist who killed 77 people in 2011); Canadian alt-right; Chris Cantwell Legal Defense Fund; the Charlottesville riots of 2017; the Daily Shoah (The Right Stuff’s main podcast); the Daily Stormer (white nationalist website); the Daily Stormer Legal Defense Fund; Fash the Nation (US-based podcast); the Fatherland (US-based neo-Nazi podcast); Gab (the Twitter-like forum favoured by the alt-right); Identity Evropa; League of The South (Alabama-based neo-Confederate organization); (defunct League of the North website); Ontario neo-Nazi community; The Right Stuff (white nationalist blog); Rising Sun Coffee (defunct neo-Nazi coffee company); Siege (neo-Nazi tome); southern secession; the Suidlanders (a far-right South African survivalist group); “This Hour Has 88 Minutes” (former Canadian white supremacist podcast); white ethnostate; white nationalism; white supremacy; and “Zeiger” (Gabriel Sohier-Chaput) (Canadian editor and writer for Daily Stormer). Full text.

Peachey, Paul.  “UK survivors of terrorism on a mission to tackle extremism. New group has been set up to get a better deal for Britons affected by terrorism at home and abroad.”  The National, January 29, 2018.  On the group Survivors Against Terror.  Full text.

Pogrund, Gabriel. “How white supremacists split a quiet Rust Belt town.” Washington Post, July 28, 2018. Mentions anti-Semitism; Aryan Nations (neo-Nazi group); Aryan Strike Force (neo-Nazi group); Aryan World Congress (a gathering of neo-Nazis, skinheads and Klan members); Daniel Burnside (director of the Pennsylvania state chapter of the National Socialist Movement); Adolf Hitler; August Kreis III (neo-Nazi leader); Ku Klux Klan; National Socialist Movement (NSM) (neo-Nazi group); Odinism (pagan religion popular among some neo-Nazis); Donald Trump; the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville (violent August 2017 rally in defense of Confederate statues); and white supremacy. Full text.

Pogue, James. “The Religious Ideology Driving the Bundy Brothers.” Outside Online, May 17, 2018. An excerpt from Pogue’s book Chosen Country: A Rebellion in the West (Henry Holt). Mentions Glenn Beck; Ammon Bundy (occupier of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge); Cliven Bundy; Ryan Bundy (occupier of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge); Brian Cavalier (known as Booda) (Cliven Bundy’s bodyguard); Blaine Cooper (one of Ammon Bundy’s lieutenants at the occupation); Shawna Cox (a follower of Cliven Bundy); The 5,000 Year Leap (Skousen’s 1981 book outlining his view of America as a heavenly project); modern anti-public lands movement; Oath Keepers (Patriot militia group); occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge (Harney County, Oregon); Jon Ritzheimer (one of Ammon Bundy’s lieutenants at the occupation); W. Cleon Skousen (extreme-right constitutionalist and believer in conspiracies); and Bert Smith (a leader in the modern anti-public lands movement). Full text.

Politi, James, and Davide Ghiglione. “Meloni takes Italian far-right back to 1930s roots.” Financial Times, February 9, 2018. Mentions Silvio Berlusconi; Brothers of Italy (formerly the National Alliance) (Italian far-right party); Gianfranco Fini (leader of the National Alliance); Forza Nuova (Italian extreme right party); Jörg Haider; Italian Social Movement; Giorgia Meloni (leader of the Brothers of Italy); Rachele Mussolini (grand-daughter of Benito Mussolini and candidate for the Brothers of Italy); National Alliance; Northern League; Matteo Salvini (leader of the Northern League); and Luca Traini (neo-Nazi sympathiser in the city of Macerata who went on a shooting rampage targeting African migrants). Full text.

“Poster boy for banned neo-Nazi group jailed.” The Crown Prosecution Service, 23 May 2018. On the sentencing of Wayne Bell, a member of the neo-Nazi group National Action, which was banned in December 2016. Bell pled guilty to stirring up racial hatred and other offenses. Full text.

Reitman, Janet. “All-American Nazis. How a senseless double murder in Florida exposed the rise of an organized fascist youth movement in the United States.” Rolling Stone, May 2, 2018. Mentions American Third Position Party (A3P) (recently renamed the American Freedom Party); American Vanguard (neo-fascist youth organization); Andrew Anglin (founder of the Daily Stormer); Devon Arthurs (Atomwaffen member who murdered two roommates); Atomwaffen Division (neo-fascist group); Andrew Auernheimer (white supremacist); Nathan Damigo (founder of Identity Evropa); John Cameron Denton (leader of Atomwaffen); Julius Evola (20th-century fascist theorist); 4chan (the Internet’s notoriously anarchic image board); the Fourteen Words (neo-Nazi slogan); Nicholas Giampa (SiegeCulture follower who murdered his girlfriend’s parents); Holocaust denial; Identity Evropa (white-nationalist campus group); IronMarch (far-right website); William Daniel Johnson (Los Angeles attorney, leader of the American Freedom Party, and author of the proposed Pace Amendment); Kevin B. McDonald (white nationalist); Timothy McVeigh (Oklahoma City bomber); James Mason (American neo-Nazi); Mein Kampf (Hitler); “Natural Selector” (Danish white nationalist and Third Position moderator); “RaHoWa” (racial holy war); “Revolutionary Fascist Manuals” (RFM-01 Mental liberation [IronMarch, 2015] was apparently the only manual published: here and here); Brandon Russell (founder of Atomwaffen Division); Siege (James Mason; here); SiegeCulture (Atomwaffen-related site); Richard Spencer (alt-right leader); Daily Stormer (influential white-supremacist website); Stormfront (prominent white-supremacist website); Third Position (European neo-fascist movement); the Traditionalist Worker Party (neo-fascist youth organization); Unite the White Rally (Charlottesville, August 2017); Samuel Woodward (Atomwaffen Hate Camp attendee who killed his high school friend Blaze Bernstein, who was gay and Jewish); and “Charles Zeiger” (Canadian fascist). Full text.

“Report: Austrian Holocaust Denier Gerd Honsik Dead at 76.” AP News Archive, Apr. 9, 2018. Full text.

“REPORT: Rally in Ottawa reveals conflict in the far-right movement.” Canadian Anti-Hate Network, July 2018. On the ‘Canadians for Canada’ rally in Ottawa, July 14 to 15, 2018. Mentions the Canadian Combat Coalition (C3) (Canadian far-right group); the Canadian Jewish Defence League (Canadian far-right group); the Canadian Nationalist Party (Canadian far-right group); Dan Dubois (the leader of the Canadian Combat Coalition (C3)); ethno-nationalism; Kevin Goudreau (neo-Nazi); Islamification of Canada; La Meute (Canadian anti-Muslim and anti-immigrant group); Northern Guard (Canadian far-right group); Soldiers of Odin (Canadian far-right group); Sons of Odin (Canadian far-right group); Storm Alliance (Canadian far-right group); the III%ers (Canadian far-right group). Full text.

Robins-Early, Nick, and Willa Frej. “A Guide To The Far-Right Power Players Tearing Europe Apart.” HuffPost, August 25, 2018. On Matteo Salvini and Italy’s Lega Party; Viktor Orban and Hungary’s Fidesz Party; Jaroslaw Kaczynski and Poland’s Law and Justice Party; Alexander Gauland and Alternative For Germany; Jussi Halla-aho and the Finns Party; Jimmie Akesson and the Sweden Democrats; Heinz-Christian Strache and Austria’s Freedom Party. Full text.

Romero, Luiz. “Decades after 9/11, the American right is behind a terrorism surge.” Quartz, September 11, 2018. Full text.

Romero, Luiz. “Terrorism is surging in the US, fueled by right-wing ideologies.” Quartz, August 17, 2018. Full text.

Rubbelke, Nathan.  “Computer science professor keeps massive dataset on far-right groups.”  The College Fix, March 30, 2018.  On Professor Megan Squire’s dataset on more than 1,300 right-wing groups.  Full text.

Russell-Kraft, Stephanie. “The Rise of Male Supremacist Groups. How age-old misogyny morphed into an explicit ideology of hate.” The New Republic (April 4, 2018). Mentions Anders Breivik, Mike Cernovich, Paul Elam (founder of A Voice for Men), Matt Forney, Return of Kings (male supremacist organization), Milo Yiannopoulos, Daryush “Roosh” Valizadeh (founder of Return of Kings), and A Voice for Men (male supremacist organization). Full text.

Sengupta, Kim.  “Prize of €1m offered in international competition to find ways of combating rising tide of racism, antisemitism and xenophobia.”  The Independent, March 30, 2018.  On the establishment of the Kantor Prize for Secure Tolerance by the European Council on Tolerance and Reconciliation (ECTR).  Full text.

Sevunts, Levon. “Canadian monument to controversial Ukrainian national hero [Roman Shukhevych] ignites debate.” Radio Canada International, 9 June 2018. Mentions Abwehr (German military intelligence); Stepan Bandera (leader of the OUN(b), sided with the Nazis during World War II); 14th Waffen SS Galicia Division (renamed into the 1st Ukrainian Division shortly before the end of WWII); Andrii Melnyk (leader of the OUN(m)); Theodore Oberländer (German liaison officer); Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN) (the dominant political movement of the Ukrainian far right, founded in 1929); OUN(b) (the more radical wing of the OUN, composed of younger militants); OUN(m) (the more conservative faction of the OUN, made up of older veterans); Roman Shukhevych (a leader of OUN and commander of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army, 1943-1950; sided with the Nazis during World War II); Sonderformation Nachtigall (Nachtigall battalion) (small Ukrainian unit of Ukrainian volunteers, mostly Ukrainian nationalists, set up by Abwehr); Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA); Ukrainian National Association; Union for the Liberation of Ukraine; Union of Ukrainian Fascists; and Ustaša Croatia. Full text.

Smith, David. “After Charlottesville: how a slew of lawsuits pin down the far right.” The Guardian, 29 May 2018. On a civil lawsuit against 25 individuals and groups accused of conspiring to plan, promote and carry out violence in Charlottesville in violation of the Ku Klux Klan Act of 1871; a judgment in 2000 against the white supremacist group Aryan Nations and its leader Richard Butler; a suit brought by Brennan Gilmore, a counter-protester in Charlottesville, against Alex Jones and his website Infowars, Jim Hoft of the site Gateway Pundit, and five others; three defamation lawsuits against Alex Jones brought by the families of eight victims of the 2012 Sandy Hook school shooting; and a lawsuit against Andrew Anglin, founder of the neo-Nazi Daily Stormer website, for orchestrating an antisemitic harassment campaign. Full text.

Smith, Mikey. “It’s possible Britain First haven’t really thought their manifesto through.” Mirror Online, 4 June 2018. On the contradiction between the policy platform’s call [here] for exception-free guarantees of freedom of speech, assembly, and expression, and its call for exceptions to the guarantees in the case of Muslims and a ban on use of the word “racism” in the media. Full text.

Sommerstein, Adam.  “James Paul Wickstrom, posse comitatus leader, dies at 75.”  Southern Poverty Law Center, March 26, 2018.  Full text.

Sommerstein, Adam.  “Mark Downey, Christian Identity leader, dies at 63.”  Southern Poverty Law Center, March 28, 2018.  Full text.

Stille, Alexander. “How Matteo Salvini pulled Italy to the far right.” The Guardian, 9 Aug. 2018. Mentions Silvio Berlusconi (Italian TV tycoon and populist politician); Lucia Borgonzoni (a Lega member of parliament and the new minister of culture); Umberto Bossi (founder of the Lega); Gianroberto Casaleggio (internet guru whose blog set up for Grillo morphed into the Five Star Movement); Giuseppe Conte (Italian prime minister); Luigi Di Maio (leader of the Five Star Movement – who is deputy prime minister); the Five Star Movement (Italian populist party); Lorenzo Fontana (a Lega member and the families minister); Massimo Garavaglia (a senator for the Lega and undersecretary of finance); Beppe Grillo (founder of Five Star); the Lega (formerly known as the Northern League) (Italian northern separatist party); the Lega Lombarda (the original Lega founded by Bossi, and a protest party); Mussolini; National Alliance (Italian southern nationalist far-right, post-fascist party); Padania (the independent nation proposed by the Lega); Vladimir Putin (Russia’s president); Matteo Salvini (populist leader of the Lega and Italy’s interior minister); Maria Edera Spadoni (a Five Star member of parliament and vice-president of the chamber of deputies); Flavio Tosi (former Lega mayor of Verona). Full text.

Stone, Jon. “The right-wing populists doing well across Europe, from Marine Le Pen to Viktor Orban.” The Independent, June 5, 2018. On Viktor Orban – Hungary, Fidesz; Matteo Salvini – Italy, Lega; Heinz-Christian Strache – Austria, FPO; Marine Le Pen – France, Front National; Janez Janša – Slovenia, Slovenian Democratic Party; Alexander Gauland – Germany, AfD; and Jaroslaw Kaczynski – Poland, Law and Justice. Full text.

Strickland, Patrick. “Austria cracks down on far-right Identitarian Movement. Analysts say arrests of Identitarians could be ‘major blow’ to the anti-migrant, anti-Muslim group.” Al Jazeera, 22 May 2018. Mentions Alternative for Germany (German far-right party); Austrian People’s Party (OVP) (Austrian right-wing party); “Defend Europe” boat action (Mediterranean Sea, 2017); David Duke (former imperial wizard of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK)); Freedom Party of Austria (FPO) (Austrian far-right party); Identitarian Movement (also known as Generation Identity) (anti-migrant and anti-Muslim movement active in several European countries); Identitarian Movement in Austria (Austrian far-right, anti-migrant, anti-Muslim group); the “Islamisation” of Europe; Patrick Lenart (a leading figure in the Identitarian Movement in Austria); National Democratic Party (German neo-Nazi party); Brittany Pettibone (Martin Sellner’s partner); and Martin Sellner (de facto spokesperson for the Identitarian Movement in Austria). Full text.

Sweeney, Matthew. “What is the Sovereign Citizen Movement, what do they believe and how are they spreading?” Radicalisation Research, 19 June 2018. Mentions American Sovereign Citizen Movement (anti-government ideology); county sheriffs as the only legitimate form of governance; The English Rag (UK Sovereign-like website); Freeman Ireland (inactive Irish Sovereign-like website); the Freeman on the Land Movement (Canadian Sovereign-like movement); the Freemen on the Land (Canadian Sovereign-like website); Human Rights Defenders Canada (Canadian Sovereign-like website); Lawful Rebellion (UK Sovereign-like website); “paper terrorism” (retaliatory tactics employed against public officials); Project Freeman (UK Sovereign-like website); Reichsbürger Movement (German Sovereign-like movement); and Truth-Now (Australian Sovereign-like website). Full text.

“The Latest: Italian gunman had far-right extremist ties.” AP News, Feb. 3, 2018. Mentions Casa Pound (neo-fascist party); Forza Nuova (neo-fascist party); Northern League (anti-migrant party); Luca Traini (suspected gunman in the drive-by shootings of six African immigrants in Macerata); and Wolfsangel (an ancient runic symbol appropriated by Nazi Germany and later adopted by Neo-Nazis). Full text.

Thompson, A.C., Ali Winston, and Jake Hanrahan.  “Inside Atomwaffen As It Celebrates a Member for Allegedly Killing a Gay Jewish College Student.”  ProPublica, Feb. 23, 2018.  Full text.

Thorp, Liam.  “Ex-Neo Nazi general who brought terror to the streets explains Liverpool’s far right problem.”  Liverpool Echo, 17 March 2018.  On Nigel Bromage, a founding member and former leader of Combat-18, a Nazi terrorist organisation.  Full text.

Tiernan, Laura. “Far right promotes UK fascist Tommy Robinson as free-speech ‘martyr.'” World Socialist Web Site, 2 June 2018. Mentions Alternative for Germany (AfD); Breitbart London; Brexit referendum (June 2016); Britain First (British political party, deregistered as a party by the Electoral Commission in November 2017); Petr Bystron (AfD MP); Dutch Party for Freedom (PVV) (Dutch political party); English Defence League (EDL); Football Lads Alliance (British far-right organisation); For Britain (new British political party); Jayda Fransen (jailed Britain First leader); Generation Identity (British far-right organisation); Paul Golding (jailed Britain First leader); National Action (British neo-Nazi political party, proscribed as a terrorist organisation in December 2016); National Front (FN) (French political party); Rebel News (Canadian alt-right site); Tommy Robinson (founder of the EDL); UK Independence Party (UKIP) (British far-right political party); Ann Marie Waters (founder of For Britain); and Geert Wilders (leader of the PVV). Full text.

Topping, Alexandra.  “British victims of terror launch new group to fight extremism. Bereaved families and injured found Survivors Against Terror to lobby for effective policies.”  The Guardian, 28 Jan. 2018.  Full text.

Townsend, Mark. “Katie Hopkins to speak at far-right rally with Holocaust denier.” The Guardian, 23 Sept. 2018. On the forthcoming conference of For Britain, Sept. 30, 2018. Mentions Gerard Batten (Ukip leader); Ingrid Carlqvist (Swedish anti-Muslim writer and Holocaust denier); For Britain (a party founded by Anne Marie Waters); Katie Hopkins (Rebel Media employee); Gregory Lauder-Frost (TBG leader and former Tory fringe figure); Rebel Media (Canadian far-right firm); Tommy Robinson (former English Defence League leader); Richard Spencer (US Islamophobe barred from entering the UK by the Home Office in 2013); Traditional Britain Group (TBG) (far-right party); and Anne Marie Waters (former Ukip leadership contender and anti-Muslim activist and founder of For Britain). Full text.

“White Supremacist Group Resurfaces to Hold Racist Conference.” ADL Blog (Anti-Defamation League), June 14, 2018. On the Council of Conservative Citizens (CCC) (Missouri-basedwhite supremacist group). Also mentions Virginia Abernathy (opponent of non-white immigration); alt right segment of the white supremacist movement; American Freedom Party (AFP) (California-based white supremacist group); American Renaissance conference (Montgomery Bell State Park, April 2018); anti-desegregation; Gordon Baum (former leader of the CCC); Patrick Casey (leader of Identity Evropa); David Duke (former Klan leader); James Edwards (host of The Political Cesspool); Nick Fuentes (alt right personality who hosts the “America First” podcast); Michael Hill (leader of the League of the South); Earl Holt (the CCC’s current leader); Identity Evropa (alt right group); Identity Evropa national conference (Montgomery Bell State Park, March 2018); Japan First Party (far-right group); William Johnson (head of the American Freedom Party); Knights Party (longstanding Ku Klux Klan group); Knights Templar International (far-right group); Adrian Krieg (anti-Semitic conspiracy theorist); League of the South (neo-Confederate white supremacist group); Kevin MacDonald (retired psychology professor and noted anti-Semite); National Socialist Movement (white supremacist group); Nationalist Solutions conference (co-sponsored by CCC and AFP) (Montgomery Bell State Park in Burns, Tennessee, June 15-17, 2018); Rachel Pendergraft (a leader of the Knights Party); The Political Cesspool (white supremacist radio show); Dylann Roof (white supremacist mass murderer in Charleston, South Carolina); Shield Wall Network (white supremacist group); Tom Sunic (white supremacist former professor and author); Swiss Nationalist Party (far-right group); white citizens’ councils; and the white supremacist movement. Full text.

“White Supremacists Gather for Nationalist Solutions Conference.” Anti-Defamation League Blog, June 19, 2018. Mentions Virginia Abernathy (retired professor and a virulent opponent of non-white immigration); American Freedom Party (AFP) (California-based white supremacist group); Arktos Media (Swedish white supremacist publishing house); William Clark (Identity Evropa associate); Council of Conservative Citizens (CCC) (a revived white supremacist group); David Duke (former Klan leader); James Edwards (host of “The Political Cesspool”); Michael Hill (leader of the League of the South); Earl Holt (CCC leader); Japan First Party (Japanese nationalist party); William Johnson (AFP leader); Tom Kawczynski (former Jackman, Maine, town manager); Jason Kessler (Unite the Right organizer); the Knights Party (a longstanding Ku Klux Klan group); Adrian Krieg (anti-Semitic conspiracy theorist); the League of the South (a neo-Confederate white supremacist group); Patrick Little (failed California Senate candidate); Kevin MacDonald (retired anti-Semitic psychology professor); “Nationalist Solutions” conference (Montgomery Bell State Park, Burns, Tennessee, June 15-17, 2018, jointly hosted by the CCC and the AFP); Rachel Pendergraft (a leader of the Knights Party); “The Political Cesspool” (a white supremacist radio show); Billy Roper (of the newly formed Shield Wall Network); Makoto Sakurai (the pen name of the founder of the Japan First Party); Tom Sunic (a white supremacist former professor and author); and Rick Tyler (Tennessee congressional and gubernatorial candidate). Full text.

Yang, Jennifer. “Court ruling a victory for opponents of hate speech.” The Star (Toronto), June 22, 2018. Mentions Ranendra “Ron” Banerjee (anti-Islam figure); Canadian Hindu Advocacy (anti-Islam group); Freedom Report (website run by Kevin Johnston); Kevin Johnston (anti-Islam journalist); Rise Canada (anti-Islam group); and Ernst Zundel (Holocaust-denier). Full text.

Zhou, Steven. “The far-right held a rally in Toronto and nobody came.” NOW Magazine, August 30, 2018. On a Toronto demonstration on August 11 to mark the anniversary of last year’s “Unite The Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. Mentions Ron Banerjee (of Rise Canada); Canadian Nationalist Front (CNF) (white nationalist group); CDN Wolf Pack (Canadian far-right group); Joey De Luca (WCAI leader); Kevin Goudreau (neo-Nazi and the CNF’s leader); ID Canada (formerly, Generation Identity Canada) (Canadian far-right “patriot” group); Jewish Defence League (JDL); the Northern Guard (white nationalist group); the Proud Boys (white nationalist group); Rise Canada (Canadian far-right group); Soldiers of Odin (white nationalist group); Sandra Solomon (local anti-Muslim figure); Bryan Trottier (head of the CDN Wolf Pack); Meir Weinstein (JDL head); Duke Willis (far-right online commentator); and Worldwide Coalition Against Islam (WCAI) (Calgary-based group that organized the Toronto event). Full text.

Zidan, Karim. “Fascist fight clubs: how white nationalists use MMA as a recruiting tool.” The Guardian, 11 Sept. 2018. Mentions Agogé (a white nationalist boxing gym founded by Generation Identity); the alt-right; “anti-Sharia law” protest (San Bernardino, California); Atalante Quebec; “blood and soil” (Nazi phrase chanted at the Unite the White rally); CasaPound (a fascist party in Italy); Kyle Chapman (founder of FOAK); The Daily Stormer; Benjamin Daley (a leader of RAM); the Fraternal Order of Alt Knights (FOAK) (the “tactical defensive arm” of the Proud Boys); Generation Identity (extreme right-wing group); the great replacement; Thorsten Heise (Sword and Shield’s organiser); Hoelzer Reich (a far-right brand known for propagating extremist symbols); identitarian movement; Identity Evropa (white supremacist group); Kampf der Nibelungen (MMA promotion); League of the South (white supremacist group); Gavin McInnes (Vice co-founder and founder of the Proud Boys); Denis Nikitin (white supremacist founder of White Rex); the Proud Boys (a far-right men’s organization); race wars; Right Brand Clothing (RAM’s apparel website); Rise Above Movement (RAM) (white supremacist group and self-styled “premier MMA (mixed martial arts) club of the Alt-Right”); Robert Rundo (a leader of RAM); Shield and Sword festival (far-right festival in Ostritz, Germany, 23 April 2018); Unite the White rally (Charlottesville, Virginia, August 2017); Vanguard America (white supremacist group); white ethnostate; White Rex (a Russian neo-Nazi clothing brand and MMA event organizer); and white supremacists. Full text.


Abbasin, Tahir. “The differences in how Islamists and the Far Right feed off their ‘Other.'” Radicalisation Research Debate, 3 Sept. 2018. Full text.

Aked, Hilary. “Could counter-extremism policies be aiding the extreme anti-Islam right?” Discover Society, June 5, 2018. Full text.

Aldaz-Carroll, Enrique, Rogier van den Brink, Vincent Tsoungui Belinga, Matija Laco, Joao Pedro Wagner De Azevedo, and Paul Corral Rodas. “Did the EU’s economic recession lead to a rise in populism?” The Brookings Institution Blog, May 29, 2018. Full text.

Allchorn, William. “After The UK 2018 Elections, The Radical Right Looks To The Future With Anger.” Rantt, June 21, 2018. Full text.

Allchorn, William. “Tommy Robinson and the UK’s post-EDL far right: how extremists are mobilising in response to online restrictions and developing a new ‘victimisation’ narrative.” Democratic Audit UK, 13 June 2018. Mentions Britain First (UK far right group, banned from Facebook in March 2018 and from Twitter in 2017); Democratic Football Lads Alliance (DFLA) (anti-Muslim football hooligan protest collective); Enemy of the State (Robinson); English Defence League (EDL) (anti-Islam protest movement); Football Lads Alliance (FLA) (anti-Muslim football hooligan protest collective); Generation Identity (GI) (pan-European ethno-nationalist movement); “great replacement”; National Action (UK far right group); National Front (1970s-era UK far right group); Pegida (German anti-Islam protest group); Rebel Media (Canadian far-right political and social commentary website); Tommy Robinson (real name Stephen Christopher Yaxley Lennon) (former EDL leader); and Geert Wilders (anti-Islam campaigner and leader of the Dutch Party for Freedom). Full text.

Allchorn, William. “Towards a new ‘populist’ party? UKIP’s interim manifesto and the future of the UK radical right.” LSE British Politics and Policy, October 5, 2018. Full text.

Allen, Chris. “‘Hipster Fascists’: The Normalization Of The Radical Right Isn’t Just Happening In America.” Rantt, July 30, 2018. Responding to a recent article by Andrew Gilligan in the Sunday Times. Mentions the alt-right; British National Party (BNP) (British radical right party); Tom Dupré (co-leader of GI in Britain); English Defence League (EDL) (British radical right party); “ethno-pluralism”; Generation Identity (GI) movement in Britain (white supremacist movement, initially established as the youth wing of Bloc Identitaire in France); Nick Griffin (leader of the BNP); international Identitarian movement; Islamisation; Tomi Lahren (American alt-right activist); National Action (British radical right group); neo-Nazis in America; “remigration” (repatriation or “peaceful ethnic cleansing”); white supremacy; and Milo Yiannopoulos (American alt-right activist). Full text.

Allen, Chris. “Why the mainstream media should stop giving extreme views a platform.” The Conversation, August 3, 2018. Full text.

Alterman, Eric. “The Mainstreaming of Anti-Semitism in the US.” The Nation, February 28, 2018. On the attacks against George Soros, a liberal Jewish billionaire/philanthropist who is today’s stand-in for anti-Jewish slanders. Mentions Saul Alinsky (alleged model for the Jewish conspiracy); Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC); the alleged conspiracy of “European-style socialists” and “saboteurs” as a Jewish plot; dog-whistle anti-Semitism; Jaroslaw Kaczynski (Poland’s ruling party leader); Wayne LaPierre (NRA Executive Vice President and CEO); Dana Loesch (NRA spokesperson); National Review; Viktor Orbán (prime minister of Hungary); and the Protocols of the Elders of Zion. Full text.

Amengay, Abdelkarim, and Daniel Stockemer. “The radical right in Western Europe: A meta-analysis of structural factors.” Insight Plus Blog, Political Studies Association (PSA), 5 June 2018. Full text.

Argyle, Samuel. “My weekend with white nationalists.” The Outline, June 12, 2018. Mentions James Allsup (right-wing YouTuber); American Renaissance (white supremacist magazine); Steve Bannon (former White House Chief Strategist); Patrick Casey (I.E.’s CEO and figurehead); Conservative Political Action Conference; Nathan Damigo (founder of IE); David Duke (former KKK leader); Julius Evola (fascist Italian thinker); human biodiversity; Identity Evropa (IE) (pro-white Identitarian group); “Leading Our People Forward 2018” (IE’s first national conference, at Dale Hollow Lake State Resort Park in Burkesville, Kentucky, mid-March 2018); My Awakening (Duke); race as a biological fact, not a social construct; “race realism” (a modern form of eugenics); Students for Trump; Jared Taylor (white supremacist and founder of American Renaissance); Unite the Right rally (Charlottesville, Virginia, August 2017); white ethnostate; “white Identitarianism”; White Identity (Taylor); and “white supermajority.” Full text.

Atkins, David. “Putin, Trump, and the New Cold War Between Liberalism and White Supremacy.” Washington Monthly, July 21, 2018. Full text.

Baba, Ahmed. “Rantt Rundown: America Has A Neo-Nazi Problem.” Rantt, April 23, 2018. Mentions Georgia anti-mask legislation [here]; Neo-Nazi rally in Newnan, Georgia; Travis Reinking (murderer of four people in Tennessee and reportedly a “sovereign citizen”); “sovereign citizens” (a far-right anti-government group); swastika burning; “White Supremacist Extremism Poses Persistent Threat of Lethal Violence” (FBI and DHS joint intelligence bulletin, May 10, 2017) [here] , and white supremacists.  Full text.

Baldét, William. “Here’s How We Should Combat Radical Right-Wing Terrorism.” Rantt, October 27, 2018. Full text.

Barker, Rachel, and Alan Berube. “A year after Charlottesville: Once the monuments are gone, the hard work begins for cities.” The Avenue blog (Brookings Institution), August 8, 2018. Full text.

Barnes, David. “Eugenics: White Nationalists Continue To Turn To The False Theory Of Genetic Supremacy.” Rantt, June 23, 2018. Mentions The Bell Curve (Herrnstein and Murray); eugenics; The Eugenics Review; Francis Galton; Julian Huxley (biologist and a key figure in the Eugenics Society); Emil Kirkegaard (neo-Nazi figure); London Conference on Intelligence (conference on intelligence and genetics); Richard Lynn (white nationalist); G.P. Mudge (author of an anti-immigration essay in the Eugenics Review); Helmuth Nyborg (Danish radical right figure); and Toby Young (British journalist and conservative commentator). Full text.

Bar-On, Tamir. “Debating the Intellectual Leader of the French New Right.” Fair Observer, April 25, 2018. Mentions Anders Behring Breivik (anti-immigrant terrorist); the Conservative Revolution (CR); Alain de Benoist (the French ND leader); Julius Evola; Le Groupement de recherche et d’études pour la civilisation européenne (GRECE or The Group for Research and Studies on European Civilization) (ND think-tank); Metapedia (a pro-ND website); the French nouvelle droite (ND); and Carl Schmitt. Full text and here.

Beauchamp, Zack. “It happened there: how democracy died in Hungary.” Vox, Sept. 13, 2018. Full text.

Blee, Kathleen, Pete Simi, Mehr Latif and Matthew DeMichele. “Why Do Women Leave the Far-Right?” “Right Now!” blog, C-REX – Center for Research on Extremism, July 9, 2018. Full text.

Bourne, Jenny. “The beatification of Enoch Powell.” Institute of Race Relations News Service, November 21, 2007. Full text.

Briggs, Billy. “Far-right group with Tory links invites speakers from parties linked to neo-Nazis.” Daily Record, 5 Oct. 2018. On the Traditional Britain Group (TBG). Mentions the Austrian Freedom Party (FPÖ); The Bow Group (right-wing think tank); Conservative Monday Club (right-wing group aligned with, but not endorsed by, the Conservative Party); German Alternative for Deutschland (AfD); Katie Hopkins (right-wing mouthpiece); Gregory Lauder-Frost (TBG’s vice-president); Jacob Rees-Mogg (hardline Brexiter); Herbert Schweiger (former SS officer and co-founder of the FPÖ); and Dr James Thompson. Full text.

Browning, Christopher R. “The Suffocation of Democracy.” The New York Review of Books 65.16 (October 25, 2018). Full text.

Bruno, Valerio Alfonso, and James F. Downes. “The Italian populist government is voluntarily heading towards the next political crisis (and it may have the upper hand).” Democratic Audit UK, 29 August 2018. Full text.

Bruno, Valerio Alfonso, and James F. Downes. “Why has the populist radical right outperformed the populist radical left in Europe?” Brave New Europe, August 8, 2018. Full text.

Bueckert, Michael. “Flight of the Boers.” Africa is a Country, May 29, 2018. Mentions AfriForum (Afrikaner anti-land reform organization); Afrikaner nationalism; the alt-right; anti-immigration; Apartheid; Glenn Beck; John Bolton (US National Security Advisor); Tucker Carlson (Fox News presenter); Cato Institute (conservative think tank); “ethnic cleansing” of white farmers; ethno-state; “Farmlands” (Lauren Southern documentary); Heritage Foundation (conservative think tank); Steve Hofmeyr (racist Afrikaner musician); Katie Hopkins (alt-right media personality); IQ differences in South Africa; John Birch Society (far-right fringe organization and conspiracy theorists); Kill the Boer (Ernst Roets’ forthcoming book); Kallie Kriel (CEO of AfriForum); Gavin McInnis; Stefan Molyneux (Canadian alt-right podcaster); the National Party; The New American (John Birch Society magazine); Orania (whites-only town in South Africa); Jordan Peterson; Ernst Roets (deputy CEO of AfriForum); Lauren Southern (alt-right media personality); the Suidlanders (a fringe Afrikaner group); “white genocide” in South Africa; white nationalism; and white supremacists. Full text.

Bueckert, Michael. “Searching for white genocide in South Africa.” Africa is a Country, Feb. 26, 2018. Mentions the alt-right; anti-immigration; anti-Muslim; anti-refugee; apartheid; The Boer Project (Jonas Nilsson’s documentary); Breitbart (American far-right website); the Conservative Party of Canada; “ethnic cleansing of white farmers” in South Africa; Front Nasionaal (National Front) (a fringe white separatist party that lobbies for Afrikaner self-determination); Faith Goldy (former Rebel Media contributor); Katie Hopkins (far-right UK media personality and Rebel Media correspondent); Infowars (Alex Jones’ conspiracy theorist website); “IQ problem”; Alex Jones; Hamish Marshall (a founding director of the Conservative Party of Canada); Stefan Molyneux (Canadian podcaster); Jonas Nilsson (Swedish author of “Anarcho-Fascism: Nature Reborn”); Pro-Afrikaans Action Group (group which fights “for the rights of all Afrikaners and other people of European descent in South Africa”); racial war in South Africa; Rebel Media (Canadian far-right website); “reverse apartheid”; Simon Roche (Suidlanders spokesman); Dan Roodt (far-right commentator and the founder of the Pro-Afrikaans Action Group; Andrew Scheer (current Conservative leader); Lauren Southern (former Rebel Media contributor); Suidlanders (a fringe Afrikaner far-right civil defense group); Unite the White rally (white supremacist rally in Charlottesville); white genocide in South Africa; white nationalism; “white refugee camps”; white South Africans’ “right of return” to Europe; white supremacy; and “Why White People?” (Lauren Southern video on white South Africans). Full text.

Burley, Shane. “As the ‘Alt-Right’ Strays From Its Roots, Will It Turn to Open Fascism?” Truthout, January 16, 2018. Mentions (“alt-right” publication run by Richard Spencer); the “alt-right”; (“alt-right” publication run by Richard Spencer); Aryan Nations; Alain de Benoist (French philosopher and founder of the European New Right (ENR)); Breitbart; Mike Cernovich; colonization by globalism; The Daily Shoah (white nationalist podcast); The Daily Stormer (neo-Nazi website); Mike Enoch (Daily Shoah host); ethnopluralism; European New Right (ENR); Gab (a “free-speech” alternative to Twitter); Hatreon (a payment platform that allows users with neo-Nazi associations); Identity Evropa (far-right organization); Alex Jones; Ku Klux Klan; National Policy Institute (far-right organization); National Socialist Movement; Radix Journal (“alt-right” publication run by Richard Spencer); Rebel Media; Research and Study Group for European Civilization (GRECE); skinhead gangs; Richard Spencer (white nationalist leader); Stormfront; “Third Positionism” (ENR philosophy); “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville (August 12, 2017); White Aryan Resistance’; and the white Ethnostate. Full text.

Burley, Shane. “Because of Their Violence.” Revolution by the Book: The AK Press Blog, June 19, 2018. Full text.

Burley, Shane. “The Fall of the ‘Alt-Right’ Came From Anti-Fascism.” Truthout, April 5, 2018. Mentions alt-right’s “No to Marxism” rally in Berkeley, California, on August 27, 2017; American Renaissance (“race realist” organization); Aryan Nations; Kyle Bristow (Richard Spencer’s attorney); Gregory Conte (sidekick to Richard Spencer); Sam Dickson (former Klan attorney); Hammerskin Nation (skinhead gang); Matthew Heimbach (leader of the Traditionalist Workers Party); Identity Evropa (white supremacist group); Ku Klux Klan (KKK); Matt Parrott (longtime white nationalist and cofounder of the Traditionalist Workers Party); Richard Spencer (founder of the white nationalist “alt-right” movement); Traditionalist Workers Party (white supremacist group); “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia; “white ethnostate”; Milo Yiannopoulos; and Youth for Western Civilization (YWC) (now-defunct ultraconservative student group). Full text.

Burley, Shane, and Truthout. “How Patriot Prayer Is Building a Violent Far-Right Movement in Portland.” Truthout, June 19, 2018. Mentions the “alt-right”; the Bundy family occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Southeastern Oregon; Jeremy Christian (accused Islamophobic murderer); “The Daily Shoah” (Alt Right podcast); Joey Gibson (leader of Patriot Prayer); the Hammerskins; Identity Evropa, the white nationalist fraternal group); Jayoh (“The Daily Shoah” co-host); militia movement; National Socialist Movement; neo-Nazi skinheads; the Oath Keepers; Patriot Prayer (radical right-wing group); the Proud Boys (a street gang with ties to white supremacist organizations); the “III%ers”; Tusitala “Tiny” Toese (Joey Gibson’s bodyguard and fellow Patriot Prayer organizer); Traditionalist Worker Party; True Cascadia; “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville; Volksfront; “White Genocide”; and white nationalism. Full text.

Burrows-Taylor, Evie. “How dangerous is the terror threat posed by France’s extreme far-right?” The Local France, 26 June 2018. Mentions Action des Forces Operationnelles (Operational Forces Action) (AFO) (French anti-Muslim and survivalist group); “Guerre de France” (War for France) (AFO website); Islamophobia; Marine Le Pen (leader of the National Rally); National Front (since rebaptised the National Rally) (French far-right party); Guy S. (suspected leader of Action des Forces Operationnelles); and Volunteers for France (French anti-jihadist group). Full text.

Busette, Camille, and Vanessa Williamson. “In Charlottesville, proof of America’s utter failure to reckon with the brutal legacy of slavery.” Up Front blog (Brookings Institution), August 7, 2018. Full text.

Busher, Joel, and Graham Macklin. “Understanding ‘reciprocal radicalisation’ as a component of wider conflict dynamics.” “Right Now!” blog, C-REX – Center for Research on Extremism, Oct. 25, 2018. Full text.

Byrnes, Sholto. “The rise of Islamophobia in Europe is being normalised by intellectuals – but they are pushing at an already open door.” The National, June 4, 2018. Full text.

Cohen, Josh.  “Commentary: Ukraine’s neo-Nazi problem.”  Reuters, March 19, 2018.  Full text.

Cohen, Josh. “Ukraine’s Got a Real Problem with Far-Right Violence (And No, RT Didn’t Write This Headline).” UkraineAlert Blog (Atlantic Council), June 20, 2018. Mentions C14 (Ukraine neo-Nazi group); Educational Assembly (group with links to the far-right); Holosiyiv Hideout (group with links to the far-right); Yevhen Karas (C14’s leader); Karpatska Sich (far-right group); Sergei Korotkykh (police official and far-right sympathizer); National Militia (Azov-affiliated far-right group); Right Sector (far-right group); and Svoboda (far-right party). Full text.

Collins, Matthew. “Jim Dowson, the ‘invisible man’ of the far right and the Kosovo connection.” HOPE not hate, 1 May 2018. Mentions Alliance for Peace and Freedom (APF) (far-right European political party); Brexit; Britain First (hate group); British National Party (BNP); Jim Dowson (far-right founder of Britain First and KTI); Alexander Dugin (Russian fascist); Roberto Fiore (president of APF); Nick Griffin (former BNP boss and former fascist MEP); Knights Templar International (KTI) (quasi-religious sect that fundraises on behalf of militias and anti-Muslim activists in eastern and central Europe); The Order of the Dragon (KTI’s partners in Serbia); Patriot News (Dowson’s website); Leonid Savin (Dugin’s right hand man); Serbian Radical Party; and St. Petersburg fascist conference (March 2015). Full text.

Cooper, Ryan. “America has a right-wing terrorism problem.” The Week, October 24, 2018. Mentions Greg Gianforte (Montana Republican candidate who body-slammed Guardian reporter Ben Jacobs); Gavin McInnes (overt racist and founder of the “Proud Boys”); “Patriot Prayer” (a right-wing gang); the “Proud Boys” (a violent proto-fascist gang founded by Gavin McInnes); and the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville in 2017. Full text.

Cornago Bonal, Luis, and Delia Zollinger.  “Immigration, Welfare Chauvinism and the Support for Radical Right Parties in Europe.”  Euro Crisis in the Press, LSE Blogs, London School of Economics and Political Science, Mar. 19, 2018.  Full text.

De Vries, Catherine E. “Euroscepticism is here to stay.” LSE BREXIT, May 9, 2018. Full text.  Reprinted at Democratic Audit UK, 15 May 2018. Full text.

Dissanayake, Sara.  “Why The Government Needs To Overcome The Fear Of Labeling.”  Colombo Telegraph, March 3, 2018.  On the threat of far-right extremism in Sri Lanka.  Full text.

Dowling, Andrew. “The late arrival of right-wing populism to Catalonia and Spain.” Brave New Europe, September 7, 2018. Full text.

Downes, James F., and Edward Chan. “The electoral decline of social democratic parties and the rise of the radical right in Europe during the refugee crisis.” Democratic Audit UK, 6 August 2018. Full text.

Downes, James F., Matthew Loveless, and Andrew Lam. “Opening up Pandora’s box? How centre-right parties can outperform the radical right on immigration.” Democratic Audit UK, 5 October 2018. Full text and here.

Drimonis, Toula. “Did American Right-Wing Trolls Radicalize The Quebec Mosque Shooter?”  HuffPost, April 20, 2018. Mentions Alexandre Bissonnette; Stephen Bannon (former White House strategist); Tucker Carlson (Fox News host); Mike Cernovich (conspiracy theorist); David Duke (former KKK leader); Alex Jones (Infowars host); Marine Le Pen; John Nolte (Breitbart editor-at-large and Daily Wire writer); Darren Osborne; Ben Shapiro (editor-in-chief of The Daily Wire and former editor-at-large of Breitbart News); Richard Spencer (white nationalist); Donald Trump; Paul Joseph Watson (English alt-right YouTube personality and the British editor of Infowars); and white genocide. Full text.

Eger, Maureen. “As Sweden Sees More Immigration, The Far Right Sees Opportunity. The refugee crisis and the growing popularity of the Sweden Democrats.” Rantt, July 22, 2018. Full text.

Eger, Maureen. “The Return Of Nationalism And The Rise Of The Radical Right.” Rantt, May 29, 2018. Full text and here.

Encarnación, Omar G. “The Trumpification of the Latin American Right. South American conservatives have an unlikely new role model.” Foreign Policy, April 16, 2018. Mentions Jair Bolsonaro (Rio de Janeiro anti-immigrant congressman); Brexit; Mauricio Macri (Argentine right-wing anti-immigration president); Alfredo Olmedo (Argentine legislator who announced a proposal for an Argentine border wall); Sebastián Piñera (Chilean right-wing anti-immigration president); Augusto Pinochet (Chilean dictator); Michel Temer (Brazilian right-wing president); Donald Trump; and Trump’s “America First” agenda. Full text.

Engel, Valery. “Europe Is Caught in a Wheel of Xenophobia.” Fair Observer, November 8, 2018. Full text.

Enyedi, Zsolt. “Understanding the rise of the populist establishment.” EUROPP – European Politics and Policy Blog, July 4, 2018. Full text.

Evans, Robert. “Fascist Activists Have Spent The Last Year Trying to Win Over Police.” bellingcat, August 17, 2018. Mentions American neo-Nazi rally (Newnan, Georgia, 22 April 2018); Anti-Communist Action (Anticom) (defunct American fascist group); Atomwaffen Division; Kyle “Based Stickman” Chapman (a white nationalist activist and the founder of FOAK); Jeremy Christian (white supremacist who stabbed two people to death on a Portland MAX train in May 2017); Discord (internet chat platform used by white supremacists and neo-Nazis); Fraternal Order of Alt-Knights (FOAK) (the “militant” arm of the Proud Boys); Georgia anti-mask legislation; Joey Gibson (Senate candidate and the founder of Patriot Prayer); Joseph Goebbels; “Haupsturmfuhrer Pepe” (Anticom founder); Matthew Heimbach (TWP leader); Identity Evropa (white supremacist group); Jason Kessler (organizer of both Unite the Right rallies); Ku Klux Klan; “March for Free Speech” (Patriot Prayer march in Portland, 29 April 2017); Gavin McInnes (founder of the Proud Boys and co-founder of VICE); Othala rune; Matt Parrott (TWP spokesman); Patriot Prayer (far-right group); Patriot Prayer and Proud Boys rally (Portland, August 4, 2018); Patriot Prayer’s “Freedom and Courage” rally (Portland, June 30, 2018); Clay Perry (affiliate of III%ers); Vasillios Pistolis (a member of both the Atomwaffen Division and the Traditionalist Worker Party); Proud Boys (far-right group, called by founder Gavin McInnes a “fraternity” and “drinking club” for “Western Chauvinists”); The Rebel (a Canadian far-right website); Dylann Roof; III%ers (Three Percenters) (far-right militia organization that provided security for the first Unite the Right rally); Traditionalist Worker Party (TWP) (defunct white supremacist group); Unite the Right rally (Charlottesville, August 2017); Unite the Right 2.0 (the second Unite the Right rally in Washington, D.C.); Vanguard America (Patriot Front)(white supremacist group); and Vibrant Diversity (alt-right chat server). Full text.

Evans, Robert. “From Memes to Infowars: How 75 Fascist Activists Were ‘Red-Pilled.'” bellingcat, October 11, 2018. Full text.

“EXCLUSIVE: For Britain’s extreme policy plans leaked.” HOPE not hate, 21 September 2018. Mentions anti-Human Rights Act; anti-immigration; Gerard Batten (UKIP leader); Ingrid Carlqvist (Swedish anti-Muslim figure and Holocaust denier); For Britain (anti-Muslim far-right party); For Britain conference (Sept. 30, 2018); Katie Hopkins (disgraced “journalist”); Stephen Lennon (aka Tommy Robinson) (far-right figure); and Anne Marie Waters (leader of For Britain). Full text.

Feffer, John. “Why Is the Radical Right Still Winning?” Foreign Policy In Focus (Institute for Policy Studies), October 10, 2018. Mentions Shinzo Abe (Japanese right-wing nationalist prime minister); anti-EU; anti-globalization; anti-immigration; Andrej Babis (Czech prime minister); Jair Bolsonaro (Brazilian far-right politician and presidential candidate); Boyko Borisov (Bulgarian prime minister); Miroslav Dodik (Bosnian Serbian ultra-nationalist co-president); Ivan Duque (Colombian president); Rodrigo Duterte (Philippine right-wing populist); Recep Tayyip Erdogan (Turkish right-wing autocrat); Fidesz (Hungarian party); Law and Justice Party (Polish party); Marine Le Pen (National Front leader); Narendra Modi (Indian right-wing leader); Mahathir Mohamad (Malaysian president); Viktor Orban (Hungarian head); Daniel Ortega (Nicaraguan leader); Augusto Pinochet; Vladimir Putin (Russian president); Donald Trump; United Patriots coalition (Bulgarian far right-wing coalition); and Milos Zeman (Islamophobe Czech president). Full text and here.

Flood, Maria. “Gender and Violent Extremism: Contemporary Debates.” “Right Now!” blog, C-REX – Center for Research on Extremism, July 9, 2018. Full text.

Follman, Mark. “Trump Says White Supremacist Terror Is Fake News. These Chilling Cases Prove Otherwise.” Mother Jones, July 11, 2018. Mentions Alt-Reich: Nation (racist Facebook group); Atlanta Olympics bombing; Atomwaffen Division (neo-Nazi group); “Crusaders” militia (Garden City, Kansas); Daily Stormer (neo-Nazi website); Michael Hari (leader of the White Rabbit 3 Percent Illinois Patriot Freedom Fighters); mass shootings in Charleston, South Carolina; Oklahoma City bombing; S. J. Res. 49 (2017) (condemning the violence in Charlottesville, August 2017); Unite the White Rally (Charlottesville, August 2017); the White Rabbit 3 Percent Illinois Patriot Freedom Fighters (militia group); and Samuel Woodward (alleged killer of Blaze Bernstein). Full text.

“For Britain: a magnet for racists and nazis.” HOPE not hate, 19 September 2018. Mentions Christian Bell (aka Based British) (online nazi); BNP (fascist party); Lucy Brown (video producer and a former member of Stephen Lennon’s (aka Tommy Robinson) team); Mark Collett (nazi vlogger); Tom Dupré (the former leader of the UK branch of Generation Identity); English Defence League (EDL) (anti-Muslim street gang); For Britain Movement (anti-Muslim party); Heinrich Himmler (SS-leader); Claire Khaw (anti-feminist zealot); Tony Martin (leader of the National Front); Piers Mellor (Australian nazi); National Action (NA) (neo-nazi group, now banned as a terrorist organisation); National Front (fascist group); Colin Robertson (aka Millennial Woes) (white nationalist vlogger); Lawrence Searle (former British National Party (BNP) candidate and chair of For Britain’s Epping Forest branch); Sam Sibbons (a central activist with Generation Identity and an active member of For Britain’s London branch); Sonnenrad (Sunwheel) symbol; Eddie Stampton (violent nazi); and Anne Marie Waters (For Britain leader). Full text.

“For Britain Conference: Hate, a Holocaust Denier and Katie Hopkins.” HOPE not hate, 20 September 2018. On the For Britain conference (Sept. 30, 2018). Mentions Andrew Anglin (of the Daily Stormer); Gilad Atzmon (extreme-right figure and Holocaust denier); British National Party (BNP) (fascist party); Ingrid Carlqvist (Swedish anti-Muslim activist and Holocaust denier); Dispatch International (counter-jihad website); David Duke (extreme-right figure and Holocaust denier); The For Britain Movement (far-right party); Gates of Vienna (counter-jihad website); Katie Hopkins (reporter and former reality TV star and Rebel Media employee); Eric Hunt (extreme-right figure and Holocaust denier); Identitarian Ideas IX Conference (Stockholm, February 2017); Gregory Lauder-Frost (TBG leader and former Tory fringe figure); Liberty GB (now-defunct anti-Muslim party); National Action (now-banned nazi organisation); the Nordic Resistance Movement (violent nazi group); Henrik Palmgren (Red Ice Creations host); Rebel Media (Canadian far-right media outlet); Red Ice Radio (white nationalist podcast); Germar Rudolf (extreme-right figure and Holocaust denier); Alfred Schaefer (extreme-right figure and Holocaust denier); Sharia Watch (Anne Marie Waters’s organisation); Richard Spencer (counter-jihad figure); Traditional Britain Group (TBG) conference (20 October 2018); Anne Marie Waters (For Britain founder, anti-Muslim activist, and former UKIP leadership contender); and Paul Weston (former Liberty GB leader). Full text.

Forchtner, Bernhard. “Print Is Dead: Not For Germany’s Radical Right.” Fair Observer, July 4, 2018. Full text.

Forchtner, Bernhard. “The Radical Right and the Meat-Free Diet.” Fair Observer, June 11, 2018. Full text.

Francois, Myriam. “To fix Islamophobia, we must first define it.” Middle East Eye, 23 June 2018. Full text.

Frey, William H. “Charlottesville, demographic change, and misplaced white anxiety.” The Avenue blog (Brookings Institution), August 3, 2018. Full text.

Ganesh, Bharath. “Tech That Counters Online Islamic Extremism Must Also Focus On Right-Wing Extremism.” Rantt, August 19, 2018. Full text.

Ganesh, Bharath. “What the Red Pill Means for Radicals.” Fair Observer, June 7, 2018. Mentions alt-right movement (white supremacist movement); Britain First (British counter-jihad group); “incel” (a violently misogynistic “involuntary celibate” male); “manosphere” (a loose coalition of men’s rights activists, bloggers, and others); Alek Minassian (alleged van attack murderer in Toronto); Darren Osborne (vehicular terror attacker on Finsbury Park Mosque); “race war”; red-pill philosophy (anti-feminist political philosophy in the “manosphere”; on the alt-right, a philosophy opposed to the liberal conspiracy to destroy Western civilization); Tommy Robinson (founder of the English Defence League); and “white genocide.” Full text.

Girvin, Brian. “Nationalism, European Integration and the Challenge of Brexit.” H-Nationalism (H-Net), January 25, 2018. The first post in the ‘Brexit, Nationalism and the Future of Europe’ monthly series. Full text.

Goodman, Carly. “The shadowy network shaping Trump’s anti-immigration policies.” The Washington Post, September 27, 2018. Mentions Steve Bannon; Roy Beck (Tanton associate); Peter Brimelow (nativist and founder of VDARE); the California Coalition for Immigration Reform (anti-immigration group and co-sponsor of California’s Proposition 187); The Camp of the Saints (racist French novel by Jean Raspail, published in English translation by the Social Contract Press); Tucker Carlson (conservative pundit); Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) (anti-immigrant research organization co-founded by John Tanton in 1985); Ann Coulter (nativist); eugenics; Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) (anti-immigration groups, launched by John Tanton in 1979); NumbersUSA (a group that sent faxes to policymakers, founded by Roy Beck in the mid-1990s); Oregon’s sanctuary law; Oregonians for Immigration Reform (OFIR) (Oregonian anti-immigrant activist group); Pioneer Fund (eugenicist foundation); population control; Proposition 187 (California proposition designed to limit immigrants’ access to schools and other public services); “sanctuary” policies; Social Contract Press (publisher founded by John Tanton in 1990); Dan Stein (FAIR’s president); John Tanton (the guiding force behind nearly all of America’s major anti-immigration groups); U.S. English (advocacy group for “official English” policies at the state level, launched by John Tanton in 1983); and VDARE (white-nationalist website). Full text.

Goodwin, Matthew. “Why national populism is here to stay.” New Statesman, 3 October 2018. Full text.

Göpffarth, Julian. “Heading into the mainstream? Reviewing a year of the AfD in the German parliament.” LSE EUROPP – European Politics and Policy Blog, Sept. 5, 2018. Full text.

Göpffarth, Julian. “Why We Shouldn’t Call the Far Right an Unpopular Minority.” Fair Observer, September 14, 2018. Full text.

Göpffarth, Julian, and Marta Lorimer. “Reflections on the ‘open letter’ debate: a middle way to approaching the radical right?” openDemocracy, 8 November 2018. Full text.

Gray, Rosie. “Emails Link Former Homeland Security Official to White Nationalists.” The Atlantic, Aug. 28, 2018. On Ian M. Smith. Mentions alt-right subculture; American Renaissance (white nationalist publication); Darren Beattie (former White House speechwriter who had attended a conference with white nationalists in 2016); Peter Brimelow (publisher of Vdare); Chronicles Magazine (white nationalist publication); Charles Cooke ( editor); Kevin DeAnna (former Youth for Western Civilization president); Tim Dionisopoulos (a Media Research Center staffer); Jack Donovan (“masculinist” writer); Marcus Epstein (a former Tom Tancredo aide associated with white nationalism); Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) (right-wing anti-immigration organization); Sam Francis (the late editor of the Council of Conservative Citizens’ newsletter); Matthew Heimbach (former leader of the Traditionalist Worker Party); Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965; Immigration Reform Law Institute (IRLI) (anti-immigration legal organization associated with FAIR); the Leadership Institute (LI) (conservative training group); Wayne Lutton (the editor of The Social Contract); National Policy Institute (NPI) (Spencer’s white-nationalist nonprofit); National Review; Matt Parrott (former spokesman for the Traditionalist Worker Party); Radix (Spencer’s publication); S.B. 1070 (Arizona anti-illegal immigration law); sanctuary cities; Devin Saucier (an editor at American Renaissance); The Social Contract (white-nationalist publication); Richard Spencer (alt-right white nationalist leader); Jared Taylor (a “white advocate” and the founder of American Renaissance); Traditionalist Worker Party (defunct neo-Nazi group); Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in 2017; Vdare (white nationalist website); white nationalism; Dale Wilcox (executive director of the IRLI); Wolves of Vinland (neo-pagan group); and Ben Zapp. Full text.

The Guardian view on Germany’s far right: a challenge for all of Europe.” The Guardian, 29 Aug. 2018. On the Alternative für Deutschland (Afd) (German far-right party) and the far-right extremist rally in Chemnitz, in the state of Saxony. Full text.

Guhl, Jakob, and Julia Ebner. “Islamist and Far-Right Extremists: Rhetorical and Strategic Allies in the Digital Age.” Radicalisation Research Debate, 3 Sept. 2018. Full text.

“Guns and Cereal: Inside The Missouri Proud Boys.” Unicorn Riot, August 4, 2018. Mentions American Guard (a far-right paramilitary group); David Grant (former leader of the Missouri state chapter of the Proud Boys); the Hammerskins (neo-nazi skinhead gang); Alex Jones (conspiracy theory profiteer); Ku Klux Klan; Hunter MacPherson (a member of the Missouri chapter); Gavin McInnes (Proud Boys founder); Patriot Prayer’s “Freedom and Courage” rally (Portland, June 30, 2018); Proud Boys (far-right ‘western chauvinist’ group, considered by many to be a white supremacist fight club); Tyr Richter (a neo-nazi Proud Boy and American Guard member); the “Unite The Right” rally in Charlottesville; and Aaron Ward (leader of the Missouri state chapter of the Proud Boys). Full text.

Habib, Jacky. “Right-wing extremist groups and hate crimes are growing in Canada.” The Passionate Eye (CBC), October 2018. On Documenting Hate, a new documentary on Neo-Nazi groups in the U.S. from The Passionate Eye. Mentions Maxime Bernier, Faith Goldy, the Three Percenters, and Tomasz Winnicki (neo-Nazi of London, Ontario). Full text.

Halikiopoulou, Daphne. “Brexit and the rise of right-wing populism in Europe: why and how nationalism matters.” H-Nationalism (H-Net), June 26, 2018. The sixth post in the ‘Brexit, Nationalism and the Future of Europe’ monthly series. Full text.

Halikiopoulou, Daphne. “‘Far right’ groups may be diverse – but here’s what they all have in common.” The Conversation, September 27, 2018. On the term “far right” as preferable to the term “right-wing populism” to describe parties whose defining feature is nationalism; while “populism” pits the people against the elites, “nationalism” pits the in-group against the out-group. Full text.

Halikiopoulou, Daphne. “Three dangerous generalisations you could be making about populism.” PQ Blog, 5 February 2018. Full text.

Hananoki, Eric. “The writer with ties to white nationalists who resigned from DHS donated to the RNC, Donald Trump, Kris Kobach, and Dave Brat.” Media Matters for America Blog, August 31, 2018. On Ian Smith’s donations to the Republican National Committee (RNC) and the Republican campaigns of President Donald Trump, Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, and Rep. Dave Brat from Virginia. Full text.

Hawley, George. “The Demography of the Alt-Right.” Institute for Family Studies Blog, August 9, 2018. Full text.

Hayden, Michael Edison.  “Threat of Far-Right Terrorism Is Being Ignored by the Media, Analysts Suggest.”  Newsweek, March 17, 2018.  Full text.

Hertel-Fernandez, Alexander, Caroline Tervo, and Theda Skocpol. “How the Koch brothers built the most powerful rightwing group you’ve never heard of.” The Guardian, 26 Sept. 2018. On Americans for Prosperity (AFP). Full text.

Hill, Carla, and and Mark Pitcavage. “The Racist Obsession with South African ‘White Genocide.'” ADL Blog (Anti-Defamation League), August 24, 2018. Mentions American Renaissance (white supremacist website); American Renaissance conference (April 2018); Andrew Anglin (the operator of the Daily Stormer); apartheid (former institutionalized white supremacy in South Africa); Patrick Casey (leader of Identity Evropa); Daily Stormer (notoriously racist and anti-Semitic website); “Farmlands” (Lauren Southern’s “documentary” on the alleged persecution of white farmers in South Africa); Nicholas Fuentes (popular alt right commentator); identitarianism (a white supremacist philosophy); Identity Evropa (active alt right group); Jason Kessler (organizer of the Unite the Right 2 rally in Washington, D.C.); League of the South (American white supremacist group); Occidental Dissent (white supremacist website); race war; Simon Roche (the spokesperson for the Suidlanders); “South Africa Project (SAP)” (organized white supremacist protests in February 2012); Lauren Southern (Canadian alt right personality); Richard Spencer (alt right figurehead); the Suidlanders (far-right South African survivalist group); Donald Trump; Unite the Right 2 rally (Washington, D.C.); and “white genocide” in South Africa. Full text.

Hoban, Brennan. “A year after the Charlottesville protests, US still needs to address history of racism and race relations.” Brookings Now blog (Brookings Institution), August 9, 2018. Full text.

Hoban, Brennan. “One year after Charlottesville, has America learned to reckon with its racist history?” Brookings Now blog (Brookings Institution), August 10, 2018. Full text.

Holt, Jared. “On Breitbart, Lauren Southern Warns South Africa Headed Toward White ‘Genocide.'” Right Wing Watch, May 1, 2018. Mentions alt-right movement; American Renaissance (white supremacist group); American Vanguard (white supremacist group); Breitbart radio; Christopher Cantwell (American white supremacist); David Duke; League of the South (white supremacist group); National Front (a white separatist group in South Africa); Simon Roche (right-wing extremist); Dan Roodt (a former official of National Front); Dylann Roof; Lauren Southern (YouTube social media “journalist” and far-right activist); and white “genocide.” Full text.

Hurlburt, Heather. “The Threat Posed by Europe’s Far-Right Surge Is Much Bigger Than One Election.” Daily Intelligencer, Sept. 12, 2018. Mentions Jimmie Åkesson (leader of the Sweden Democrats); Alternative for Germany (AfD) (German far-right party); Chemnitz demonstrations; Marine Le Pen (French far right standard-bearer); the Sweden Democrats (Swedish far-right party with neo-Nazi roots); Donald Trump; and the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. Full text.

Ishchenko, Volodymyr. “Denial of the Obvious: Far Right in Maidan Protests and Their Danger Today.” VoxUkraine, April 16, 2018. Full text and here.

Jackson, Sam. “FlockWatch: Tracking Changes in Language in Text Datasets over Time.” VOX – Pol, September 26, 2018. On an open-source tool called FlockWatch that monitors textual data collections for shifting language automatically, suggesting new terms that researchers might want to use to collect data. Full text. Link to FlockWatch.

Jayatilleka, Dayan.  “Attack of the Islamophobes: Army Chief Hits the Target.”  Daily Mirror (Sri Lanka), March 14, 2018.  on right-wing extremism and far right hate crimes as a national security threat in Sri Lanka.  Full text.

Jayatilleka, Dayan. “Understanding The Radical Right Surge In Sri Lanka.” Colombo Telegraph, July 6, 2018. Full text.

Jackson, John. “Charles Tansill: A Case of Libertarian Nazi Blindness.” Fardels Bear, January 20, 2018. Mentions American Mercury (anti-Semitic magazine); American Opinion (the John Birch Society’s magazine); Andrew Anglin (American neo-Nazi propaganda artist); Austin J. App (one of the fathers of Holocaust denial); Harry Elmer Barnes (one of the fathers of Holocaust denial); Charles Beard (war revisionist); William F. Buckley; Willis Carto; Caxton Printers (house publisher for many libertarians); Adolf Hitler; Holocaust denial; John Birch Society; Ludwig von Mises (libertarian godfather); Gary North (libertarian author); Edmund Opitz (libertarian author); John Rankin (racist U.S. representative from Mississippi); Charles Tansill (American diplomatic historian, racist, segregationist and Nazi sympathizer); Harold Keith Thompson (a registered agent of the “Socialist Reich Party” and a self-proclaimed American Fascist); George Sylvester Viereck (Nazi propagandist); the Volker fund (major funder of libertarian causes during the 1950s); and Western Destiny (Willis Carto’s anti-Semitic journal). Full text.

Jackson, John. “Koch and the Neo-Confederate.” Fardels Bear, March 25, 2018. Mentions Abbeville Institute (neo-Confederate group); anti-Semitic weather conspiracy; Theodore Bilbo (Mississippi senator and notorious racist); Confederate States of America (CSA) Supreme Court; Marshall DeRosa (professor and one-time member of the League of the South); the du Pont brothers (funders of Hart’s National Economic Council); Arnold Forster (the Anti-Defamation League’s chief investigator); Foundation for Economic Education; the Fourteenth Amendment; Milton Friedman; Garet Garrett; Percy L. Greaves (American libertarian economist); Merwin K. Hart (founder of the National Economic Council (NEC)); National Economic Letter (Merwin K. Hart’s bi-monthly newsletter); Rose Wilder Lane (editor of the Economic Council Review of Books); League of the South (LOS) (neo-Confederate hate group); Isaac Don Levine (Jewish anti-Communist writer and editor of Plain Talk); Harold Luhnow (director of the Volker Fund); Mises Institute; Albert Jay Nock (editor of the Economic Council Review of Books); J. Howard Pew (funder of conservative causes); Leonard Read; Murray Rothbard; secession; Charles Tansill; Volker Fund (libertarian fund); V. Orval Watts; and white supremacy. Full text.

Jackson, John.  “On the Prehistory of Holocaust Denial.”  Fardels Bear, March 9, 2018.  Full text.

Jackson, John. “Sheriffs, and Racists, and Koch: Oh My!” Fardels Bear, March 28, 2018. Mentions Cliven Bundy; Ben Carson; “Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association” (a group of law enforcement officers leading the “constitutional sheriffs” movement); Marshall DeRosa (neo-Confederate extremist); J. Edgar Hoover; Koch Foundation; Posse Comitatus (right-wing paramilitary organization); Fred Schwarz (extreme right-wing “professional anti-communist”); Jefferson Beauregard Sessions (Attorney General); W. Cleon Skousen (hysterical anti-Communist and author of The Five Thousand Year Leap); and theocracy. Full text.

Jackson, Paul. “Dr Paul Jackson shares his five reasons to study the history of fascism.” University of Northampton blog, June 27, 2018. Mentions the alt-right; the Arrow Cross in Hungary; British National Party (British fascist group); British Union of Fascists; the Holocaust; the Iron Guard in Romania ; National Front (British fascist group); the Nouvelle Droite (French intellectual movement); George Lincoln Rockwell’s American Nazi Party; Spanish Falange; the Ustaša in Croatia; White Power music; and the World Union of National Socialists (a clandestine network of neo-Nazis formerly active in Canada, Australia, Western Europe and South America). Full text.

Jackson, Paul. “Should Holocaust Denial books and Neo-Nazi Novels be sold by online bookshops?” History at Northampton, 22 March 2018. Mentions The Turner Diaries, by Andrew MacDonald; Did Six Million Really Die?, by Richard Harwood; The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion; The Jewish War of Survival, by Arnold Leese; and Fascism for the Million, by Sir Oswald Mosley. Full text.

Jackson, Paul. “The British Extreme Right, Reciprocal Radicalisation and constructions of the Other.” Radicalisation Research Debate, 3 Sept. 2018. Full text.

Jones, Daniel. “Back to the Future: Comparing Radical Right Referendum Results, 1975 and 2016.” History at Northampton, 23 Apr. 2018. Mentions anti-Common Market campaign; Brexit; the British National Party; Greater British Movement; the Leave campaign; Sir Oswald Mosley; the National Front; New National Front; “race-mixing”; Spearhead (John Tyndall’s neo-fascist magazine); and John Tyndall. Full text.

Jones, Daniel. “The British Radical Right’s Connection to the Past.” Fair Observer, June 26, 2018. Mentions the British Movement; British National Party (BNP); climate change deniers; Democratic Football Lads Alliance; National Action (banned group); National Democrats (the renamed National Front); the National Front; John Tyndall; UK Independence Party (UKIP); UKIP Christian Soldiers (radical group); and White Pendragon. Full text.

Jones, Daniel. “The Far Right’s Transatlantic Money Train.” Fair Observer, September 7, 2018. Mentions American Friends of the British National Party; American Nazi Party; Blood and Honour (neo-Nazi music-based network); British National Party (BNP); Sam Brownback (American ambassador for international religious freedom); Mark Cotterill (founder of the American Friends of the British National Party); Harold Covington (champion of a white state in the Pacific Northwest); David Duke (member of the Ku Klux Klan); the “Free Tommy” campaign; Nick Griffin (nationalist and white-supremacist leader of the BNP); Israel as a single-race ethnostate; Ku Klux Klan; Tommy Mair (killer of British MP Jo Cox); the Middle East Forum (conservative US-based pro-Israeli think tank); National Alliance (American white supremacist group); National Alliance UK (or the National Socialist Alliance) (publishing group and British offshoot of National Alliance); National Front; National Socialist Movement; Northwest Front (Harold Covington’s notion of a white state in the Pacific Northwest); The Oak (magazine of National Alliance UK); William Pierce (white supremacist and neo-Nazi and leader of the group National Alliance in the United States and author of The Turner Diaries); Tommy Robinson (former English Defence League leader and British radical right figure); George Lincoln Rockwell (leader of the American Nazi Party); single-race ethnostate; The Turner Diaries (Pierce); John Tyndall (former BNP leader); and World Union of National Socialists. Full text.

Jones, Daniel. “The Hidden Success of the Far Right’s ‘Free Tommy’ Campaign.” Fair Observer, July 11, 2018. Mentions anti-Bolshevism; Breitbart London; the British Movement (far-right group); British National Party (BNP); Bulldog (the Young National Front’s newspaper); CEDADE (Spanish neo-Nazi group); Democratic Football Lads Alliance; English Defence League (EDL) (radical-right group); For Britain; the “Free Tommy” protest; Generation Identity (a European white supremacist movement); Rudolf Hess (Adolf Hitler’s deputy); Wolf Hess (Rudolf’s son); Adolf Hitler; Raheem Kassam (former editor of Breitbart London); Maurice Ludmer (editor of Searchlight); the National Front; the New National Front/Committee for Nationalist Unity; Joe Pearce (editor of Bulldog); Searchlight (anti-fascist magazine); Spearhead (British nationalist magazine; the official magazine of the National Front and later BNP); Vlaams Belang (Belgian party); Anne Marie Waters (of For Britain); Martin Webster (contributor to Spearhead); White Pendragons; Geert Wilders (Dutch anti-Islam campaigner and politician); Wolność (liberty) (Polish party); Stephen Yaxley-Lennon (Tommy Robinson); and the Young National Front (YNF). Full text.

Jones, Erik. “Nationalism, integration, and Bannon’s new movement.” E!Sharp, July 2018. Mentions “America First”; American nationalism; Steve Bannon; Rocco Buttiglione (conservative Catholic politician); European nationalism; Pim Fortuyn (Dutch populist); Jörg Haider (Austrian right-wing politician); Boris Johnson; Marine Le Pen; and Matteo Salvini. Full text.

Jones, Owen. “Britain’s far right is on the rise – thanks in large part to the media.” The Guardian, 28 Sept. 2018. Mentions Britain First; English Defence League (EDL); Darren Osborne (Islamophobic terrorist and van attacker on a London mosque); and Tommy Robinson (former EDL leader). Full text.

Jones, Owen. “Why I worry a second EU referendum would boost the radical right.” Medium, June 25, 2018. Full text.

Kalmar, Ivan.  “Far-Right Czeching In?” MONITOR Global Intelligence on Racism, March 2018. Full text.

Kanji, Azeezah.  “Jagmeet Singh coverage an extreme double standard on extremism. Stephen Harper and Andrew Scheer have associated with extremists without nearly as much media criticism as Jagmeet Singh faces now.”  Toronto Star, March 21, 2018.  Mentions English Defence League (violent anti-Muslim group founded by Tommy Robinson); Paul Fromm (neo-Nazi); Faith Goldy (former Rebel host); Stephen Harper (former Canadian prime minister); Jewish Defence League (labelled a “right-wing terrorist group” by the FBI in 2001); Hamish Marshall (involved in the development of Rebel Media); Gavin McInnes (former Rebel host); Northern Foundation (pro-apartheid); the Proud Boys (a self-described “Western chauvinist” group founded by Gavin McInnes); Rebel Media (described as “a global platform for an extreme anti-Muslim ideology” by National Post journalist Richard Warnica); Tommy Robinson (The Rebel’s former U.K. correspondent); Andrew Scheer (current Conservative Party leader); Jagmeet Singh (Canadian leader of the New Democratic Party); and the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville.  Full text.

Kaufmann, Eric, and Matthew Goodwin. “Rising ethnic diversity in the West may fuel a (temporary) populist right backlash.” British Politics and Policy at LSE, October 25, 2018. Full text.

Keating, Michael. “Brexit and Scotland.” H-Nationalism (H-Net), March 29, 2018. The third post in the ‘Brexit, Nationalism and the Future of Europe’ monthly series. Full text.

Kelly, Ben. “Sweden Democrats: How a nationalist, anti-immigrant party took root in a liberal Nordic haven.” The Independent, 31 August 2018. Mentions Jimmie Akesson (leader of the Sweden Democrats); anti-immigrant; Brexit; multiculturalism; and Sweden Democrats (Swedish populist, anti-immigration party, formed in 1988 with roots in the neo-Nazi movement). Full text.

Kundnani, Arun. “Disembowel Enoch Powell.” Dissent Magazine, April 18, 2018. On the connection between right-wing populism and neoliberalism, as illustrated by the example of Enoch Powell. Mentions Steve Bannon, Brexit, Michael Gove, Ralph Harris, Friedrich Hayek, Edward Heath, Institute of Economic Affairs (neoliberal think tank), Boris Johnson, Mont Pèlerin Society (international network of neoliberal thinkers), Penny Mordaunt, Arthur Seldon, Diana Spearman, Margaret Thatcher, John Wood, and Peregrine Worsthorne. Full text.

Laczó, Ferenc. “The Europeanization of Holocaust remembrance: How far has it gone, and how far can it go?” Eurozine, January 29, 2018. Full text.

Lanard, Noah. “DHS Hired a Policy Analyst With a Long History of Radical Anti-Immigrant Writings.” Mother Jones, Aug. 30, 2018. On Ian M. Smith. Mentions American Renaissance; The Camp of the Saints (anti-immigrant novel by Jean Raspail; a favorite among white nationalists); Chronicles Magazine; Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) (IRLI’s sister organization); FOIA Advisor (a conservative-leaning website); Frontpage Mag (right-wing site); Immigration Reform Law Institute (IRLI) (nativist group); (a blog run by FAIR); Elizabeth Jacobs (FAIR lobbyist and USCIS political appointee); Julie Kirchner (FAIR’s former executive director and USCIS ombudsman); Rob Law (FAIR’s government relations director and USCIS senior policy adviser); Wayne Lutton (the editor of The Social Contract Press); Stephen Miller (influential immigration critic and White House senior policy adviser); National Policy Institute (Spencer’s institute); Matt Parrott (the former spokesman for the Traditionalist Worker Party); PJ Media (conservative outlet); Radix; Jean Raspail (French author of The Camp of the Saints); The Social Contract Press (Tanton’s journal); Richard Spencer (white nationalist); John Tanton (FAIR’s founder and national advisory board member); Jared Taylor (self-described “white advocate” and American Renaissance founder); the Traditionalist Worker Party (a now-defunct American neo-Nazi party); Vdare; Ben Zapp (a real-estate agent with ties to the alt-right); and Slavoj Žižek (Slovenian celebrity-philosopher). Full text.

Lavin, Talia. “Conspiracy theories about Soros aren’t just false. They’re anti-Semitic.” The Washington Post, October 24, 2018. Mentions Breitbart (far-right news site); Father Charles Coughlin (anti-Semitic radio broadcaster); the Daily Stormer (neo-Nazi website); Henry Ford (anti-Semitic figure); Matt Gaetz (extreme-right representative); “globalist” (term frequently used as a euphemism for Jew); The International Jew (1920s pamphlet published by Henry Ford); John Kasper (Ku Klux Klan member and influential segregationist); Timothy McVeigh (1995 Oklahoma City bomber); “Naming the Jew” (an anti-Semitic term that refers to pointing out purported nefarious Jewish influence on world events); Viktor Orban (far-right Hungarian leader); J.B. Stoner (anti-Semitic candidate for the U.S. Senate in Georgia); Donald Trump; and The Turner Diaries (1978 white nationalist novel that helped inspire Timothy McVeigh). Full text.

Levin, Brian, James J. Nolan, and John David Reitzel. “New data shows US hate crimes continued to rise in 2017.” The Conversation, June 26, 2018. Full text.

Levine-Rasky, Cynthia. “The 100-year-old rallying cry of ‘white genocide.'” The Conversation, July 8, 2018. Mentions “the fourteen words”; Madison Grant; the “great replacement”; William Lyon Mackenzie King (Canadian prime minister); Ku Klux Klan; Nordic superiority; The Passing of the Great Race, or the Racial Basis of European History (Grant); “race suicide”; William Z. Ripley; The Rising Tide of Color Against White World Supremacy (Stoddard); The Races of Europe: A Sociological Study (Ripley); scientific racism; Edward A. Ross (economist credited with coining the term “race suicide”); Lothrop Stoddard; Horatio Storer (anti-abortion activist); Warren Thompson; Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia (August 2017); Francis Amasa Walker; “white genocide”; white nationalist movement; and white supremacists. Full text.

Logan, Caitlin. “Putting the radical-right ‘back in their box’: How do we defeat Europe’s growing populist movement?” CommonSpace, 11 July 2018. Full text.

Lorenzo-Penalva Lucas, José. “Situational Understanding on Violent Radicalization that Results in Terrorism. Two Graphic Models that Provide Clarity on the Topic.” GESI (Universidad de Granada), July 2, 2018. GESI Analysis 26/2018. Full text.

Lorimer, Marta. “What the far-right thinks of Europe.” EuVisions, 1 October 2018. On the far right’s romanticised conception of Europe as a distinct civilisation under threat. Full text and here.

Lozansky, Edward. “As Neo-Nazis Gain Prominence in Ukraine, the West Keeps Turning a Blind Eye.”, June 5, 2018. Mentions Azov Battalion (a regiment of the National Guard of Ukraine); Stepan Bandera (Ukrainian war criminal); Hitler’s book Mein Kampf; Leni Riefenstahl’s film “Triumph of the Will”; SS Galichina (a Ukrainian division in Hitler’s Waffen-SS); Roman Shukhevych (Ukrainian war criminal); Svoboda party (Ukrainian ultra-nationalist party); and torches as symbols of national and racial revolution. Full text and here.

Lyons, Matthew N. “Insurgent Supremacists – a new book about the U.S. far right.” threewayfight, Apr. 1, 2018. Full text.

Macklin, Graham. “Neo-Nazi terrorist trial concludes after five long years.” “Right Now!” blog, C-REX – Center for Research on Extremism, July 12, 2018. Mentions the Freital Group; Gigi und die braunen Stadtmusikanten (neo-Nazi rock band); the Kameradschaft Jena (a sub-section of the Thüringer Heimatschutz); the National Socialist Underground (NSU) (a German neo-Nazi terrorist group); Nationaldemokratische Partei Deutschlands (NPD) (National Democratic Party of Germany) (extreme right party); the Oldschool Society; Thüringer Heimatschutz (Thuringian Homeland Protection) (a militant neo-Nazi network); Ralf Wohlleben (a former spokesman for the NPD); and Beate Zschäpe (member of the NSU). Full text.

Marler, Isabel, and Macarena Aguilar. “What’s attracting women to Myanmar’s Buddhist nationalist movement?” openDemocracy, 50.50 Section, 30 January 2018. Full text.

Martinez, Natalie. “How the Facebook right-wing propaganda machine works.” Media Matters for America Blog, August 31, 2018. Full text.

May, Rob. “Is Poland the New Hub for the Radical Right?” Fair Observer, May 16, 2018. Mentions All-Polish Youth (Polish far-right group); Blood & Honor (international neo-Nazi music production network); Britain First (UK anti-Muslim hate group); Jack Buckby (Rebel Media employee and former British National Party activist); Club 28 (neo-Nazi hate group); Andrzej Duda (PiS candidate and Polish president); Roberto Fiore (leader of Forza Nuova); Forza Nuova (openly fascist Italian political party); Jayda Fransen (deputy leader of Britain First); Daniel Friberg (European editor of Spencer’s; H8 Machine (American neo-Nazi music band); Heiliger (German neo-Nazi music band); Holocaust denial; Jobbik (Hungary’s fascist party); Law and Justice party (PiS) (Polish nationalist, social-conservative and Euroskeptic party); Jacek Międlar (Polish anti-Semitic and Islamophobic priest); National Movement (Polish far-right group); National Radical Camp (Polish far-right group); Denis Nikitin (founder of White Rex); Patriae Fidelis (UK-based Polish far-right youth group); Rebel Media (Canadian-based right-wing media outlet); Richard Spencer (American white supremacist and leader of the alt-right movement); Szturm (Polish white nationalist publication); László Toroczkai (vice president of Jobbik); White Rex (Russian white nationalist clothing brand); and Stephen Yaxley-Lennon (aka Tommy Robinson) (anti-Muslim activist and former leader of the English Defence League). Full text and here.

McCoy, Terrence. “‘Imploding’: Financial troubles. Lawsuits. Trailer park brawls. Has the alt-right peaked?” The Washington Post, April 20, 2018. Mentions alt-right movement; Andrew Anglin (founder of the Daily Stormer); Darren Baker (spokesman for Identity Evropa); Don Black (creator of Stormfront); Chris Cantwell (white-nationalist radio host); Charlottesville’s Unite the Right rally in August 2017 (white-nationalist rally); Daily Stormer (the largest alt-right website); ethno-state; Matthew Heimbach (a leader of the Traditionalist Worker Party); Identity Evropa (alt-right group which targets college-age men); Ku Klux Klan; National Alliance (defunct white-supremacist group); Nationalist Initiative (new alt-right group); neo-Nazi groups in the United States; Matt Parrott (a leader of the Traditionalist Worker Party); Richard Spencer (alt-right public figure); Stormfront (a large white-supremacist online forum); Traditionalist Worker Party (failed alt-right group); white-supremacist movement; and William Pierce (leader of the National Alliance). Full text.

McDonnell, Duncan, and Annika Werner.  “Increasingly friendly? Radical Right Populist Parties and the Centre-Right.”  POP politics Aus, February 13, 2017.  Full text.

McGarry, Samantha. “Reciprocal Radicalisation as a Strategic Choice? A case study of National Action.” Radicalisation Research Debate, 3 Sept. 2018. Full text.

“McInnes, Molyneux, and 4chan: Investigating pathways to the alt-right.” Southern Poverty Law Center, April 19, 2018. Mentions James Allsup (YouTube alt-right political commentator); Alternative Hypothesis (alt-right outlet); American Renaissance (alt-right outlet); AnCaps (anarcho-capitalists); Andrew Anglin (founder of the Daily Stormer); Andrew “weev” Auernheimer (neo-Nazi internet troll and writer for the Daily Stormer); Steve Bannon (former White House chief strategist); Breitbart (right-wing outlet); Patrick Buchanan (white nationalist); Coming Apart: The State of White America (Murray); “The Daily Shoah” (TRS podcast); the Daily Stormer (neo-Nazi site); Dark Enlightenment (also known as “Neoreaction” or “NRx”) (anti-egalitarian political theory); Jayoh de la Rey (“The Daily Shoah” host); The Death of the West (Buchanan); John Derbyshire (Taki’s Magazine contributor and former National Review writer); Sam Dickson (former Ku Klux Klan lawyer); Jesse Craig Dunstan (AKA Seventh Son or Sven) (“The Daily Shoah” host); (((echo))) meme (antisemitic symbol); “Fash the Nation” (news-oriented TRS podcast); 4chan; Gamergate (a harassment campaign against women in gaming); Jim Goad (writer and podcaster); Marcus Halberstram (“Fash the Nation” host); Sam Harris (“skeptics” movement figure); Michael Hoffman (Holocaust-denying author); Identity Evropa (white nationalist group); the “JQ,” or the “Jewish question”; Paul Kersey (white nationalist); Ku Klux Klan; Nick Land (political theorist); Libertarianism; Lana Lokteff (Red Ice host); Jazzhands McFeels (“Fash the Nation” host); Gavin McInnes (alt-lite figure and founder of the Proud Boys); Alex McNabb (“The Daily Shoah” host); Men’s Rights Activists (MRAs); MGTOWs (“Men Going Their Own Way”); Millennial Woes (Colin Robertson) (alt-right YouTube commentator); Ludwig von Mises; Stefan Molyneux (YouTube commentator and scientific racist); Murdoch Murdoch; Charles Murray; Neoreactionaries; Henrik Palmgren (Red Ice host); Ron Paul; Mike “Enoch” Peinovich (TRS founder); Brittany Pettibone (alt-lite YouTube commentator); William Pierce; Christopher Poole (4chan’s founder); “race realism”; Ayn Rand; Red Ice (alt-right news program); The Redneck Manifesto (Goad); red-pilled; The Right Stuff (TRS) (white nationalist forum); (alt-right outlet); Steve Sailer (Taki’s and VDARE contributor); scientific racism; Lauren Southern (alt-lite YouTube commentator); Richard Spencer; Taki’s Magazine (extreme right-wing publication); Jared Taylor (white nationalist and American Renaissance editor); Donald Trump; The Turner Diaries (race war novel by William Pierce); Ricky Vaughn (Douglass Mackey) (TRS); VDARE (hate site); and Milo Yiannopoulos (former Breitbart editor). Full text.

Meaney, Thomas. “The dark European stain: how the far right rose again.” New Statesman, 12 September 2018. Mentions Alternative für Deutschland (AfD); Steve Bannon; Silvio Berlusconi; Fidesz (Orbán’s political party); Francisco Franco; the French Popular Party; Alexander Gauland (the co-head of the AfD); Adolf Hitler; Björn Höcke (of the AfD); Olcay Kilavuz (leader of the Turkish Grey Wolves); Mussolini’s “March on Rome”; the Nazis; Viktor Orbán (the Hungarian president); the Republikaners (small German right-wing “flash party” in the 1990s); Tommy Robinson (formerly of the English Defence League); Romania’s Iron Guard; the Schill Party (small German right-wing “flash party” in the 1990s); the Spanish Falange; and Donald J. Trump. Full text.

Michel, Casey. “Russian attempts to woo American white supremacists have backfired. A quarter-century after American neo-fascists began looking to Russia for support, the relationship is on its heels.” ThinkProgress, Apr. 20, 2018. Mentions American white nationalist movement; Alexander Dugin (contemporary Russian fascist); David Duke (former Ku Klux Klan leader and anti-Semitic white supremacist); Eurasianism (Alexander Dugin’s geopolitical theory); Sergei Glazyev (Russian far-right politician); Lev Gumilev; Matthew Heimbach (white supremacist and founder of the Traditionalist Worker Party); Alex Jones (extreme right conspiracy theorist); Lyndon LaRouche (American neo-fascist); National Rifle Association (NRA); Dmitry Rogozin (Russian Deputy Prime Minister); Russian Imperial Movement; Schiller Institute (Lyndon LaRouche’s organization); Richard Spencer (white nationalist); Jared Taylor (white supremacist); Harold Keith Thompson (American fascist); Alexander Torshin (the NRA’s primary contact in Russia); Traditionalist Worker Party (defunct racist organization); the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville; Preston Wiginton (Texas white supremacist); and Vladimir Zhirinovsky (Russian far-right politician). Full text.

Miller-Idriss, Cynthia. “The far right’s love/hate relationship with social science.” Times Higher Education (THE) Blog, September 18, 2018. Excerpt.

Miller-Idriss, Cynthia. “The Moral World of the Radical Right.” Fair Observer, August 7, 2018. Full text.

Miller-Idriss, Cynthia, and Daisy Gebbia-Richards. “How Love Drives Extremism.” Fair Observer, October 2, 2018. Full text.

Miller-Idriss, Cynthia, and Daniel Köhler. “The united German extreme right.” openDemocracy, 10 September 2018. On the Chemnitz collaboration of militant neo-Nazis, citizens mobilized through the PEGIDA (Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamization of the West) movement, and the Alternative for Germany (AfD, an extreme right-wing political party). Full text.

Mondon, Aurelien, and Aaron Winter. “Understanding the mainstreaming of the far right.” openDemocracy, 26 August 2018. Full text and here and here.

Moraes, Claude. “The far right is organised and growing. Those Nazi salutes are serious.” The Guardian, 14 June 2018. Mentions Louis Aliot (vice-president of France’s National Rally); Steve Bannon (former adviser to Trump); British National party (fascist party); Kevin Carroll (ex-EDL deputy leader); Democratic Football Lads Alliance (DFLA) (British anti-Muslim group); Filip Dewinter (a leading member of the Vlaams Belang party in Belgium); English Defence League (EDL) (British anti-Muslim group); Football Lads Alliance (FLA) (British anti-Muslim group); Raheem Kassam (former editor-in-chief of Breitbart); National Rally (previously named National Front) (French far-right party); Darren Osborne (Finsbury Park mosque attacker); Tommy Robinson (Stephen Yaxley-Lennon) (founder and former leader of the English Defence League); Ukip (British far-right party); Vlaams Belang party (Belgian far-right party); and Geert Wilders (Dutch far-right leader). Full text.

Moyn, Samuel. “The Alt-Right’s Favorite Meme Is 100 Years Old.” The New York Times, Nov. 13, 2018. On “Cultural Marxism.” Full text.

Mudde, Cas. “Dutch mainstream media and politicians pander populists.” EDJNet – The European Data Journalism Network, 4 April 2018. Full text.

Mudde, Cas. “Europe shouldn’t fear Steve Bannon. It should fear the hype that surrounds him.” The Guardian, 30 July 2018. Full text. Reprinted as Mudde, “Why Bannon cannot be a big influence in Europe.” GulfNews, August 1, 2018. Full text.

Mudde, Cas. “The American far right is crashing after its Trump victory high.” The Guardian, 17 Jan. 2018. Full text.

Mudde, Cas. “The far right hails ‘Unite the Right’ a success. Its legacy says otherwise.” The Guardian, 10 Aug. 2018. Full text.

Mudde, Cas. “To save Hungary’s liberal democracy, centrists must work with the far right.” The Guardian, 28 Mar. 2018. Full text.

Mugo, Tiffany Kagure. “Evangelicals in South Africa are ‘broadcasting hate masked as morality.'” openDemocracy, 50.50 Section, 15 February 2018. Mentions African Christian Democratic Party (ACDP) (anti-abortion, anti-homosexuality party); Alliance Defending Freedom (Christian conservative organization); Doctors For Life; Family Policy Institute (FPI) in South Africa; Family Research Council (Washington, DC); Family Rights Caucus at the United Nations; Errol Naidoo (founder of FPI); Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN); and 2017 World Congress of Families (summit of ultra-conservative movements). Full text.

Murphy, Gary. “Brexit, the EU and Politics in the Republic of Ireland.” H-Nationalism (H-Net), May 30, 2018. The fifth post in the ‘Brexit, Nationalism and the Future of Europe’ monthly series. Full text.

Neiwert, David. “The Terrifying Trend of White Men Radicalized Online Becoming IRL Terrorists.” VICE, May 17, 2018. Mentions the alt right; American Renaissance conference (white-nationalist conference in Tennessee, April 2018); American white nationalist movements; Andrew Anglin (publisher and founder of the Daily Stormer); Atomwaffen Division (racist group); Nikolas Cruz (Parkland mass shooting suspect and owner of ammo clips with engraved swastikas); the Daily Stormer (neo-Nazi site); Rex Whitmire Harbour (accused Georgia freeway shooter and Nazi Germany fan); Identity Evropa (white-nationalist college campus group); Iron March (online neo-Nazi forum); Alek Minassian (accused Toronto van attacker and “involuntary celibate,” or incel); Patriot Front (an online hate group); Travis Reinking (accused in Tennessee Waffle House shooter and self-described “sovereign citizen”); Elliot Rodger (incel and mass shooter in Isla Vista, California); Dylann Roof (murderer of nine congregants of a black church in Charleston); sovereign-citizens’ movement (far-right movement); Jakub Zak (fascist, accused weapons stockpiler, and reported member of Patriot Front); and “Zeiger” (Gabriel Sohier Chaput) (Montreal-based alt-right activist and a leading propagandist for Iron March). Full text.

Newkirk, Vann R., II. “White Supremacy Is the Achilles Heel of American Democracy.” The Atlantic, Apr. 17, 2018. Mentions American Renaissance (AR) (far-right website); AR mission statement; Stephen Bannon (former White House chief strategist and former executive chairman of Breitbart); Breitbart; Cambridge Analytica; Josephus Daniels (editor of the Raleigh News and Observer and a white supremacist); Internet Research Agency (Russian “troll farm”); Jim Crow; Ku Klux Klan; Robert Mercer (conservative mega-donor); “race realism”; “scientific racism”; Furnifold Simmons (North Carolina white supremacist); Jared Taylor (founder of American Renaissance); and the Wilmington Massacre of 1898. Full text.

Nougayrède, Natalie. “Steve Bannon is on a far-right mission to radicalise Europe.” The Guardian, 6 June 2018. Full text.

Nouri, Lella, and Amy-Louise Watkin. “Far-Right Hate Group ‘Britain First’ (That Trump Retweeted) Joins Extremist-Friendly Gab.” Rantt, August 1, 2018. Mentions anti-globalization; Britain First (British anti-Muslim far-right group); Jayda Fransen (a leader of Britain First); Gab (social media platform used by public figures associated with the radical right); Paul Goulding (a leader of Britain First); Tommy Robinson; Paul Joseph Watson; and Milo Yiannopoulos. Full text.

O’Connor, Brendan. “The Fascist Right Is Bloodied and Soiled.” Splinter, March 29, 2018. Mentions the “alt-right”; Andrew Anglin (founder of the Daily Stormer); Atomwaffen Division; Kyle Bristow (Richard Spencer’s lawyer); Pat Buchanan; Bundy ranch standoff; Johan Carollo (TWP organizer); Gregory Conte (NPI’s director of operations); “The Daily Shoah” (white nationalist podcast) ; the Daily Stormer; Daily Stormer Book Clubs; Foundation for the Marketplace of Ideas (FMI) (Kyle Bristow’s nonprofit foundation); the Fourteen Words (a white supremacist slogan); Generation Zyklon (post-Millennial generation); Brooke Heimbach (Matt Heimbach’s wife); Matthew Heimbach (TWP chairman and neo-Nazi); Adolf Hitler; Tony Hovater (white supremacist); Identity Evropa; Italian National Fascist Party; Jewish conspiracy as the center of all suffering; David Lane (coiner of the Fourteen Words); Leadership Institute (a think tank in Washington, D.C.); the League of the South (neo-Confederate political organization); Mitch McConnell; the Minuteman Project; Benito Mussolini; National Policy Institute (NPI) (think tank founded by Richard Spencer); National Socialist German Workers’ Party; National Socialist Movement (NSM); Nationalist Front (a coalition of white supremacist political organizations); the Night of the Long Knives; Richard Nixon; Nordic Resistance Movement (pan-Scandinavian, neo-Nazi movement); Grover Norquist; the Oath Keepers (right-wing militia); the occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge (January-February 2016); odal rune (NSM insignia, following the SS Race and Settlement Main Office); James O’Keefe; Jessica Parrott (Matt Parrott’s wife); Matt Parrott (former TWP spokesman and strategist and Matt Heimbach’s father-in-law); Patriot Front; the “Patriot movement”; Mike Peinovich (aka Mike Enoch) (host of “The Daily Shoah”); the Proud Boys; Robert “Azzmador” Ray (neo-nazi figure); Ronald Reagan; Jeff Schoep (NSM chairman and co-founder with Matthew Heimbach of the Nationalist Front); Richard Spencer (white nationalist); squadristi (the blackshirts); Sturmabteilung (SA) (the brownshirts); the Three Percent Security Force; the Traditionalist Worker Party (TWP); Donald Trump; the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville; Vanguard America (fascist political organization); George Wallace; white ethno-state; “White Lives Matter” rally in Shelbyville, Tennessee; and Zyklon B (the cyanide-based gas used in Nazi death camps). Full text.

O’Connor, Brendan. “How Conspiracy Theories Unite the International Far Right.” The Nation, Sept. 21, 2018. Alternative for Germany (AfD) (German right-wing party); the “alt-lite”; the “alt-right” (contemporary white-nationalist movement); Sheriff Joe Arpaio; Steve Bannon (former chairman of Breitbart News); Alain de Benoist; Breitbart News (far-right media operation); Pat Buchanan (American paleoconservative); Petr Bystron (a member of parliament with AfD); Renaud Camus; Tucker Carlson; Chemnitz riots; “clash of civilizations”; Eagle Forum (a conservative institution originally founded in 1972 with the goal of ending abortion rights and defeating feminism); ethnonationalism; Lt. Gen. Mike Flynn; “Fortress Europe” (a phrase from World War II-era Nazi propaganda adopted by the identitarian movement); FPO (Austrian right-wing party); Generation Identity (group at the centre of the identitarian movement); “globalist” (anti-Semitic code word); the great replacement; identitarian” movement (white-nationalist movement); Identity Evropa; Laura Ingraham; John Birch Society; Jaroslaw Kaczynski (leader of the Law and Justice party); Congressman Steve King; Charlie Kirk; Koch network (network of radical libertarianism); Law and Justice party (PiS) (Polish right-wing party); Lega Nord (Italian right-wing party); the London Center for Policy Research (a foreign policy think tank based in Lower Manhattan); Breitbart News; Jack O’Keefe (founder of Project Veritas); Viktor Orbán (Hungarian prime minister); Paleoconservatives; Pegida (an acronym for Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamisation of the Occident, a far-right anti-immigrant street movement in Germany); Phyllis Schlafly Gateway Eagle Council (annual three-day conference in St. Louis for the far-right); Pizzagate conspiracy theory; Mike Pompeo (U.S. Secretary of State); Project Veritas (far-right website); the Proud Boys; Tony Shaffer (a Trump 2020 campaign adviser and employee of the London Center for Policy Research); John Tanton; Dominik Tarczynski (of Poland’s ruling Law and Justice party); and Jared Taylor. Full text.

Özvatan, Özgür, and Bernhard Forchtner. “Alternative for Germany and the Myth of National Rebirth.” Fair Observer, September 13, 2018. Full text.

Paul, Ari. “Resisting White Nationalism.” Souciant, 11 July 2018. Full text.

Perry, David M.  “How White American Terrorists Are Radicalized. They’re reading the same websites, talking to each other, and killing the same targets. The lone wolves are actually a pack.”  Pacific Standard, Mar. 26, 2018.  Full text.

Phillips, Craig. ‘Who Is Watching the Hate? Tracking Hate Groups Online and Beyond.” Independent Lens Blog, PBS, April 1, 2016. On Welcome to Leith, a film about the attempted takeover of Leith, a small town in North Dakota, by white supremacist Craig Cobb. Also mentions Holocaust denial; the League of the South (neo-Confederate organization); Frazier Glenn Miller (of the White Patriot Party); the “Neo-Confederacy”; Dylann Roof (Charleston church shooter); Stormfront (white supremacist website); Vanguard News Network (VNN); (a Russian social media platform with many hate pages); and James von Brunn. Full text.

Picciolini, Christian. “White men can be terrorists, too.” Los Angeles Times, Oct. 7, 2018. Mentions Atomwaffen Division (a neo-Nazi group that is organized into cells); “blood and soil”; Chicago Area Skinheads (C.A.S.H.) (America’s first white-power skinhead hate group); the Hammerskin Nation (violent hate group); Adolf Hitler; Timothy McVeigh (Oklahoma City bomber); Mein Kampf (Hitler); Proud Boys (violent white-power hate group); race war; Rise Above Movement (R.A.M.) (white supremacist group); Dylann Roof (killer of nine African American churchgoers at Mother Emanuel A.M.E. in Charleston, S.C.); the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Va. (Aug. 2017); “white jihad”; and “white revolution.” Full text.

Pirro, Andrea L. P. “Understanding populism: What role do crises play in the growth of Euroscepticism?” EUROPP – European Politics and Policy Blog, June 6, 2018. Full text.  Reprinted in Democratic Audit UK, 8 June 2018. Full text.

Poole, Elizabeth, Ed de Quincey, and Eva Giraud. “Contesting #stopIslam: Tensions around hate speech on social media.” British Academy Review (Summer 2018): 16-18. Full text.

Porter, Bernard. “Breaking the Mould?” London Review of Books Blog, 11 April 2018. Mentions Alternativ för Sverige (AfS) (Swedish far-right party), AfS manifesto [original here], Alternative für Deutschland, Brexit referendum, Lega in Italy, Movimento 5 Stelle in Italy, Viktor Orbán’s Fidesz in Hungary, Sverigedemokratena (Swedish far-right party), Ukip (Nigel Farage’s party), and Ukip’s ‘Breaking Point’ poster [online here]. Full text.

Potok, Mark. “To Russia With Love: Why Southern U.S. Extremists Are Mad About Vladimir Putin.” Daily Beast, Aug 22, 2018. Mentions anti-egalitarianism; Aleksandr Dugin (extremist Russian ideologue); David Duke (former Ku Klux Klan leader); “Eurasia” (the idea of a fascist empire); Michael Hill (president of the League of the South); Jewish Supremacism (Duke); Ku Klux Klan; the League of the South (American neo-secessionist group); Vladimir Putin; race war; the Russian Orthodox Church; and Francis Parker Yockey (American ideologue of pan-European fascism). Full text.

Prentice, Charlie. “Inside America’s biggest anti-Muslim organisation.” HOPE not hate, 16 September 2018. On the ACT for America Conference (Washington D.C., September 2018). Mentions ACT for America (large anti-Muslim hate group); Michele Bachmann (former Congresswoman); Because They Hate: A Survivor of Islamic Terror Warns America (Gabriel); Britain First (anti-Muslim street gang); Sam Brownback (Trump’s ambassador for international religious freedom); Ted Cruz (a Senator for Texas since 2013); “cultural suicide”; Ryan Fournier (Students for Trump Chairman); Brigitte Gabriel (founder and figurehead of ACT for America); Paul Gosar (Republican Congressman); Gina Haspel (director of the CIA); Thomas Homan (former Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) director); Steve King (Congressman of Iowa); Charlie Kirk (of TPUSA); Tomi Lahren (Fox News host); “no-go zones” in Sweden, France, and Belgium; Mike Pompeo (Secretary of State); They Must Be Stopped: Why We Must Defeat Radical Islam and How We Will Do It (Gabriel); Donald Trump Jr.; Turning Point USA (TPUSA) (right-wing student movement); and Stephen Yaxley-Lennon (aka ‘Tommy Robinson’) (British anti-Muslim extremist). Full text.

Provost, Claire, and Lara Whyte. “Why are women joining far-right movements, and why are we so surprised?” openDemocracy, 50.50 Section, 31 January 2018. Mentions Alternative fuer Deutschland (Alternative for Germany) (AfD) (German far-right party); Army of God (American anti-abortion extremist group); Britain First (British far right group); Carlotta Chiaraluce (CasaPound member); Carmen Polo de Franco (the wife of Francisco Franco); Jayda Fransen (deputy leader of Britain First); Ku Klux Klan; Marine Le Pen; Oswald Mosley; “mothers’ movement” (American far-right women’s movement during the Second World War); Sección Femenina (SF) (Spanish fascist women’s organization); and Laura Southern (Canadian far-right political activist and YouTube personality). Full text.

Riggirozzi, Pia. “Democracy is at risk in Latin America and the far right is moving in – here’s how it went wrong for the left.” The Conversation, November 9, 2018. Full text.

Robertson, Aaron. “Italy’s Christian Colony: The Lega and the myth of the Celtic origins of northern Italy.” n+1, April 16, 2018. Mentions Mario Adinolfi (extreme fundamentalist); Silvio Berlusconi; Umberto Bossi (founder of Lega); CasaPound (Italian neo-fascist party); Gianluca Casseri (Italian author and CasaPound sympathizer who killed a Senegalese man in 2011); Alberto da Giussano (Lega Lombarda founder); Luigi Di Maio (leader of the Five Star Movement); Five Star Movement (M5S); Forza Italia; Father Agostino Gemelli (anti-Semitic founder of the Catholic University of Milan); Lega (formerly Lega Nord) (right-wing populist party); Mussolini; Pan-Celtic movements; Roberto Pirrone (Florentine shooter of a Senegalese vendor); Dylann Roof; Matteo Salvini (leader of Lega); Luca Traini (Italian neo-Nazi who shot and injured six people from sub-Saharan Africa); and Young Padanians Movement. Full text.

Rooduijn, Matthijs. “It’s radicals, not centrists, who are really more hostile to democracy.” The Washington Post Monkey Cage Blog, June 12, 2018. Full text.

Rosenberg, Paul. “Exclusive: Accused Annapolis shooter Jarrod Ramos had dark links to the alt-right.”, June 30, 2018. Mentions the Army of God; “fourth generation” culture war; Michael Hill (leader of the League of the South); the League of the South (anti-elite right-wing group); Roy Moore (former Alabama judge and U.S. Senate candidate); Michael Peroutka (neo-Confederate funder and Maryland county councilman); the Southern Defense Force (neo-Confederate group rallied by Michael Hill); the theocratic far right; Donald Trump; Unite the Right march (Charlottesville); and white supremacy. Full text.

Rossetti, Giovanni. “Matteo Salvini and the potentials of Facebook live-stream.” Masters of Media, September 24, 2018. Full text.

Schatz, Bryan. “The Terrifying Rise of Alt-Right Fight Clubs.” Mother Jones, Feb. 1, 2018. Mentions Agogé (white nationalist boxing club in Lyon, France); “The Birth of a Nation” (1915 silent film credited with reigniting the Ku Klux Klan); Blood & Honour (neo-Nazi organization); CasaPound (an Italian neo-fascist political party); Confederate Blood and Honour (C28) (Tennessee white supremacist organization); Confederation of Volkisch Fight Clubs (MMA coalition); Format 18 (neo-Nazi group); Generation Identity (anti-immigrant group); Hammerskin Nation (skinhead gang); Denis Nikitin (founder of White Rex); Erich Priebke (convicted war criminal and former SS Hauptsturmführer); the Rise Above Movement (RAM) (southern California white nationalist MMA group); Billy Roper (“the uncensored voice of violent neo-Nazism”); Robert Rundo (boxer and RAM member with a criminal history); South Bay Skins (skinhead gang); Stormfront (a forum for racial extremists); Swiss Nationalist Party (far-right group); “Tesak” (convicted criminal and member of Format 18); White Rex (a neo-Nazi-affiliated Russian clothing company and former fight promotion); and White Rex logo (a hybrid symbol of the swastika, the Nazi esoteric “black sun,” and the Russian Kolovrat). Full text.

Schlegel, Linda.  “Right-wing extremism in America: A growing threat?”  Global Risk Insights, January 1, 2018.  Full text.

Schroeder, Ralph. “Regulating social media won’t curb the rise of right-wing populism.” NS Tech, June 18, 2018. Full text.

Schulson, Michael. “Kevin MacDonald and the Elevation of Anti-Semitic Pseudoscience.” Undark, June 27, 2018. Mentions the alt-right; anti-Semitism; David Buss (University of Texas evolutionary psychologist); Nathan Cofnas (author of a critique of MacDonald’s work); The Daily Stormer (white nationalist blog); David Duke (white nationalist and former Ku Klux Klan leader); Edward Dutton; Evolutionary Psychological Science (journal that published a paper by Edward Dutton); Sam Harris (neuroscientist and moral philosopher); David Irving (Holocaust denier); Ku Klux Klan; London Conference on Intelligence (annual gathering on eugenics, IQ, and the biology of racial difference); Richard Lynn (director of the Ulster Institute for Social Research); Kevin MacDonald (emeritus professor of psychology and author of The Culture of Critique); Steven Pinker (Harvard cognitive psychologist and bestselling author); Todd Shackelford (evolutionary psychologist and the founding editor of Evolutionary Psychological Science); Richard Spencer (Alt-right figure); Ulster Institute for Social Research (British think-tank that publishes reports on racial differences, human evolution, and IQ); and The Unz Review (a blogging platform that hosts many alt-right authors). Full text.

Sedley, Stephen, Laura Janner-Klausner, Geoffrey Bindman, Jacqueline Rose, and Keith Kahn-Harris. How should antisemitism be defined?” The Guardian, 27 July 2018. On the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) definition of antisemitism. Full text.

Segal, Oren. “Reports Of The Alt-Right’s Demise Have Been Greatly Exaggerated.” HuffPost, June 12, 2018. Mentions Andrew Anglin (founder of The Daily Stormer); Atomwaffen (neo-Nazi group); cultural and racial displacement of the white race; The Daily Stormer (neo-Nazi site associated with the alt-right); Daily Stormer Book Clubs (localized crews of young white supremacists who support Anglin); Gab (social media platform used by alt-right adherents); Identity Evropa (alt-right group); League of the South (white supremacist group, formed in 1994); League of the South national conference in Alabama (2017); Patriot Front (alt-right group); race war; Richard Spencer (the face of the alt-right); and Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia (August 2017). Full text.

Seth-Smith, Niki. “Golden Dawn Girls documentary gives new voice to women in Greece’s far-right elite.” openDemocracy, 50.50 Section, 1 February 2018. Full text.

Shapiro, Jeremy P. “The thinking error at the root of science denial.” The Conversation, May 8, 2018. On the misleading use of empirical evidence by science deniers in arguing against climate change, biological evolution, and childhood vaccination. Full text.

Shekhovtsov, Anton. “Austrian and Italian far-right parties signed coordination and cooperation agreements with Putin’s ‘United Russia.'” Russia and the Western Far Right: Tango Noir Blog, 4 June 2018. Includes the texts of the “coordination and cooperation agreements” between the Italian far-right Lega Nord (Northern League, rebranded as Lega in 2018) and the Russian ruling party “United Russia” (ER), 6 of March 2017, and between the Austrian far-right FPÖ (Freedom Party of Austria) and the ER, 19 December 2016,, in Italian and German, respectively. Full text.

Shekhovtsov, Anton. “The Ukrainian far-right National Corps picks up where Svoboda left off.”  Russia and the Western Far Right: Tango Noir Blog, 15 May 2018. Mentions Alliance for Peace and Freedom (extreme-right organisation, led by Roberto Fiore); Alliance of European National Movements (AENM) (European far-right organisation formed in 2009); Holger Apfel (leader of the NPD); Arktos (far-right publishing house); Azov Civic Corps (Ukrainian extreme-right organisation, renamed into the National Corps in 2017); CasaPound (Italian fascist party); Aleksandr Dugin (Russian fascist); Euronat (an international far-right organisation formed at the end of the 1990s by the French National Front); Julius Evola; Roberto Fiore (leader of New Force); French National Front (FN); Mykhaylo Holovko (Svoboda’s MP); Jobbik party (far-right party); Ernst Jünger; Land and People (France); Jean-Marie Le Pen (former head of the French National Front); John Morgan (co-founder of Arktos and publisher of translations of Aleksandr Dugin’s works); National and Social Front (Czech Republic); National Democracy (Spain); National-Democratic Party of Germany (NPD) (German neo-Nazi party); New Force (Italy); Niklot (Polish far right group); Yury Noevy (representative of Svoboda); Taras Osaulenko (head of Svoboda’s international relations); Andriy Parubiy (a leader of the SNPU); Party of the Danes (Denmark); Party of the Swedes (Swedish extreme-right party); [RE]generation.Europa (far-right conference, 11-12 May 2018); Russian Imperial Movement (RID); Olena Semenyaka (representative of the Traditionalist wing of the Ukrainian far-right scene and affiliate of the National Corps); Social-National Party of Ukraine (SNPU, renamed into Svoboda in 2004); Troy Southgate (founder of the Black Front Press); St. Petersburg fascist conference (2015); Svoboda (Freedom) party (Ukrainian far-right party); “Vision Europa” conference (Stockholm, 23-24 March 2013); Udo Voigt (representative of NPD); Warsaw far-right conference (10 November 2016); and Young Nationalists (JN) (a youth wing of the NPD). Full text.

Siddiqi, Farhan Hanif. “Pakistani Elections: the Radical Religious Right in Pakistan’s Electoral Politics.” South Asian Voices, July 3, 2018. Full text.

Silva, Jay. “TRAC INSIGHT: Infamous & Influential Neo Nazi ‘Grandpa LampShade’ And Others Call For More Violence Against Jewish Community ‘Shooting Jews Every Week’ in the United States.” Chatter Control (TRAC – Terrorism Research & Analysis Consortium), October 30, 2018. Mentions the Black Sun (Sonnengrad) (Neo-Nazi iconography); Robert Bowers (The Tree of Life Synagogue attacker); the Daily Stormer (popular Neo Nazi website); James Fields (Charlottesville, Virginia, attacker in 2017); 4chan (social media platform infamous for attracting extremists); Gab (social media platform riddled with extremists; recently shut down); Grandpa LampShade (contributor to the Daily Stormer and podcast host for Radio Aryan); 9/11 truther; “Pepe the Frog” or “Groyper” (a frog character frequently used by Neo Nazi across the internet, especially on 4chan); Radio Aryan; “red pilling” and “black pilling”; Matthew Riehl (Highlands Ranch, Colorado, police killer); stochastic terrorism; triple parentheses; and ZOG (Zionist Occupied Government). Full text.

Sim, Bérengère. “Mexico City is an island in a sea of anti-abortion states – and the right to choose is threatened here too.” openDemocracy, 50.50 Section, 6 February 2018. Full text.

Smith, David, and Eric Hanley. “What Authoritarian Voters Really Want. Aggression, Not Submission to Authority, May Be the Psychological Key to Supporters of Strongmen.” Zócalo Public Square, April 6, 2018. Full text.

Southwell, Daniel. “My teen years were spent in radical right-wing groups. The paranoia was intoxicating. It’s hard to recognize myself when I look back at that time of my life.” Vox, Apr. 24, 2018. Mentions the Freemen (Montana militia group); gun control; the Michigan Militia (Alanson, Michigan); the militia movement; the Oklahoma City bombing; Norman Olson (founder of the Michigan Militia); Ruby Ridge, Idaho; and Waco, Texas. Full text.

Squire, Megan. “Analysis Of Facebook Activity Reveals Who Attended Last Year’s ‘Unite The Right’ Rally.” Rantt, August 11, 2018. Full text.

Stavrakakis, Yannis. “Three challenges in contemporary populism research.” EUROPP – European Politics and Policy Blog, May 14, 2018. Full text.

Stocker, Paul. “Tommy Robinson and the Transformation of the British Far Right.” Fair Observer, September 20, 2018. Full text.

Stocker, Paul.  “The Underlying Radicalism of Brexit.” Fair Observer, May 23, 2018. Full text and here.

Stone, Dan. “How The Refugee Crisis Fuels Radical Right-Wing Extremism.” Rantt, June 1, 2018. Full text.

Subcomandante X. “Neo-Nazi Group NSLF Re-emerges After Decades of Inactivity.” GeoMovements, June 5, 2018. On the National Socialist Liberation Front (NSLF). Also mentions Atomwaffen Division (AWD); Steve Bowers (director of NSLF); Ku Klux Klan (KKK); James Mason; National Socialist White People’s Party (NSWPP); NSLF Radio (NSLF’s podcast); Revolt (the newsletter of NSLF); Sharon Robinson (deputy director of NSLF); Brandon Russell (AWD leader); Vincent Snyder (“Rape”) (influential member of AWD); Joseph Tommasi; and “white resistance movement.” Full text.

Sunshine, Spencer. “We Must Pressure Mainstream Forces to Stop Downplaying the Far Right.” Truthout, October 29, 2018. Full text.

Tharoor, Ishaan. “How a right-wing terrorist anticipated the ultranationalist wave.” The Washington Post, October 15, 2018. On Anders Behring Breivik and the film 22 July by director Paul Greengrass. Full text.

Thorleifsson, Cathrine. “Orbán wins with radical right playbook.” “Right Now!” blog, C-REX – Center for Research on Extremism, Apr. 10, 2018. Full text.

Tonge, Jonathan. “Brexit and Northern Ireland.” H-Nationalism (H-Net), April 26, 2018. The fourth post in the ‘Brexit, Nationalism and the Future of Europe’ monthly series. Full text.

Torrisi, Claudia. “How the Italian media have helped CasaPound ‘glamourise’ fascism.” openDemocracy, 50.50 Section, 29 January 2018. Mentions CasaPound Italia (CPI) (Italian far-right group); Carlotta Chiaraluce (CPI spokeswoman in Ostia); Simone Di Stefano (vice president of CPI); Emmanuela Florino (CPI militant); Front National (FN) (French far right party); Jean-Marie Le Pen (former FN head); Nina Moric (entertainer and CPI supporter); and Alberto Palladino (CPI militant known as “Zippo”). Full text.

Trilling, Daniel. “Tommy Robinson and the far right’s new playbook.” The Guardian, 25 Oct. 2018. Mentions anti-immigration; anti-multiculturalism; anti-Muslim; Stephen Bannon (former Trump adviser and co-founder of Breitbart); Gerard Batten (Ukip leader); Brexit; Britain First (tiny far-right UK group); British National party (BNP); Tucker Carlson (Fox News presenter); “clash of civilisations”; “counter-jihad” movement; definition of the far right; the Democratic Football Lads’ Alliance (racist FLA splinter group); Enemy of the State (Tommy Robinson’s self-published 2015 autobiography); English Defence League (EDL) (English group that collapsed in 2013); “ethnic cleansing” of whites; far-right demonstrations in Chemnitz, Germany; Football Lads Alliance (FLA); Front National (recently renamed the Rassemblement National) (French far right party); Pamela Geller (far-right blogger and anti-Muslim activist); Generation Identity (a pan-European youth movement that advocates racial separatism in order to preserve “ethno-cultural identity”); Antonio Gramsci (Italian Marxist philosopher); Nick Griffin (former BNP leader); “grooming gangs”; David Horowitz (think tank president); Alex Jones (of the US conspiracy site Infowars); Raheem Kassam (former editor of Breitbart’s London branch); Alan Lake (British anti-Muslim activist); Jean-Marie Le Pen (former Front National leader); Gavin McInnes (Vice founder-turned-right-wing-activist); the Middle East Forum (Philadelphia-based right-wing think tank); The Movement (new far-right pan-European network); the Nouvelle Droite (a circle of far-right French intellectuals); Pegida (German anti-immigrant movement); Daniel Pipes (think tank president); the Quilliam Foundation (“counter-extremism” think tank); Rebel Media (Canada-based far-right website); Matteo Salvini (racist junior partner in Italy’s coalition government); Lauren Southern (Canadian blogger and a prominent organiser of the “Defend Europe” boat campaign); Robert Spencer (far-right blogger); Donald Trump; Donald Trump Jr. (the president’s son); UK Independence party; “white genocide” with farmers in South Africa as victims; Geert Wilders (Dutch politician); and Stephen Yaxley-Lennon (Tommy Robinson) (founder and former leader of the EDL). Full text.

Turner-Lee, Nicol. “One year after the Charlottesville riots and still no new Kerner Commission.” FixGov blog (Brookings Institution), August 9, 2018. Full text.

Tymkiw, Michael. “What Nazi exhibitions tell us about how the far right engages audiences today.” The Conversation, May 29, 2018. Mentions Egon Eiermann (German architect and designer of the 1937 exhibition Gebt mir vier Jahre Zeit); Entartete Kunst (“Degenerate Art”) (1937-1941 exhibition attacking modern art); Der ewige Jude (The eternal Jew) (1937-38 exhibition promoting antisemitism); fascist visual culture; Gebt mir vier Jahre Zeit (Give Me Four Years) (1937 exhibition promoting Nazi Germany’s Four Year Plan); Kekistan (the fictional country invented by users of 4chan’s discussion board whose flag was modelled on a 1935-38 Nazi war flag); torchlight parade; and the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. Full text.

Umland, Andreas. “Post-Soviet Neo-Eurasianism, the Putin System, and the Contemporary European Extreme Right.” Foreign Policy Blogs, September 28, 2018. Full text.

Valencia-García, Louie Dean. “In Remembrance of Kristallnacht.” EuropeNow (Council for European Studies (CES) at Columbia University), November 9, 2018. Full text and here.

Venkatesh, Vivek. “Le terrorisme et l’extrémisme violent au Canada.” Le Devoir, 19 mai 2018. Full text. English translation.

Wallace, Anders. “Incels, Pickup Artists, And The World Of Men’s Seduction Training.” 3 Quarks Daily, May 21, 2018. Mentions Julius Evola (fascist mystic), “incels” (short for involuntary celibate) (an online subculture of men angered by sexual rejection), Alex Jones (alt-right provocateur), Alek Minassian (alleged van attack murderer in Toronto), Max Nordau (19th Century Zionist critic of modern degeneracy), Jordan Peterson (alt-right apologist), (right-wing activist website), Elliot Rodger (mass murderer in Isla Vista, California), George Sodini (misogynist terrorist in Pennsylvania), Georges Sorel (early 20th Century fascist), Roosh V (Daryush Valizadeh) (founder of, and Milo Yiannopoulos (alt-right provocateur). Full text.

Ward, Justin. “The dangerous myth of ‘white genocide’ in South Africa.” Hatewatch, Southern Poverty Law Center, August 23, 2018. Mentions AfriForum (white nationalist Afrikaner group); the “alt-right”; John Bolton (National Security Advisor); Tucker Carlson; Ted Cruz; Eugene de Kock (leader of Vlakplaas); Farmlands (Lauren Southern documentary starring Simon Roche); Steve Hofmeyr (racist South African singer); Kill the Farmer (book by Ernst Roets); Stefan Molyneux (YouTube video personality); Simon Roche (of the Suidlanders); Ernst Roets (apartheid apologist and deputy CEO of AfriForum); Lauren Southern; Suidlanders (South African right-wing prepper group); Donald Trump; Vlakplaas (apartheid death squad); “white genocide” in South Africa; and white nationalism. Full text.

Weisskircher, Manès. “PEGIDA turns 4 – will AfD be among the well-wishers?” openDemocracy, 16 October 2018. Mentions the AfD (Alternative for Germany) (German radical right political party and Germany’s biggest opposition party); Lutz Bachmann (founder of PEGIDA); Alexander Gauland (co-leader of the AfD); and ‘Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamisation of the Occident’ (PEGIDA). Full text.

Wellings, Ben. “English Nationalism and Brexit.” H-Nationalism (H-Net), March 5, 2018. The second post in the ‘Brexit, Nationalism and the Future of Europe’ monthly series. Full text.

Whyte, Lara.  “Has Trump’s White House ‘resurrected’ Army of God anti-abortion extremists?”  openDemocracy, 50.50 Section, 5 February 2018.  Mentions Army of God (AOG) (militant Christian group), Army of God manual [online here], Christian homeschooling movement, Christian Reconstructionism, 40 Days for Life campaign, Paul Hill (AOG militant), 2018 March for Life in Washington, D.C., Eric Rudolph (AOG member and ‘Olympic Park Bomber’), Rousas Rushdoony (founder of Christian Reconstructionism), and Reverend Donald Spitz (leader of AOG and of Pro-Life Virginia).  Full text.

Whyte, Lara. “Why we’re Right: young women on the UK’s growing right-wing scene in their own words.” openDemocracy, 50.50 Section, 2 February 2018. Full text.

Wiggen, Mette. “Norway Has Failed to Combat a Climate of Hate.” Fair Observer, August 1, 2018. Mentions Anders Behring Breivik (Norwegian right-wing extremist and Utøya and Oslo attacker of 2011); Labor Party (Arbeiderpartiet, AP) (Norwegian right-wing, anti-immigrant party); Progress Party (Fremskrittspartiet, FRP) (Norwegian right-wing, anti-immigrant party); and Sweden Democrats (Swedish far-right, anti-immigrant party). Full text.

Wilson, Jason. “Peter Dutton’s offer to white South African farmers started on the far right.” The Guardian, 15 Mar. 2018. Mentions “Africanisation of the planet”; (Richard Spencer’s far-right site); alt-right ideology; American Renaissance (far-right site); Tucker Carlson; Ann Coulter; “Farmlands” (Lauren Southern’s “documentary” on the alleged persecution of white farmers in South Africa); Faith Goldy (alt-right auteur and former Rebel Media personality); the “great replacement” of white people (the idea that white populations are being replaced by people of colour through immigration, “race mixing,” or displacement and murder); Leo Hohmann (author of a book on the supposed “stealth invasion” of the west by Muslim immigrants); Katie Hopkins (former Daily Mail columnist and reality show contestant and current Rebel Media personality); “Horus the Avenger” (White Rabbit Radio host); the Pro-Afrikaans Action Group (“pro-European” white power organisation); Rebel Media; “reverse racism”; Dan Roodt (leader of the Pro-Afrikaans Action Group); Dylann Roof (racist murderer); Lauren Southern (Canadian alt right personality); Richard Spencer (alt right figurehead); Stormfront; Jared Taylor (operator of the American Renaissance website); “Teasers” (Rebel Media “documentary” on the alleged torture of farmers); Vdare (American “race realist” website); white ethnostate; “white genocide” in South Africa; white nationalism; White Rabbit Radio (alt-right podcast); and white supremacists. Full text.

Wilson, Jason. “White farmers: how a far-right idea was planted in Donald Trump’s mind.” The Guardian, 24 Aug. 2018. Mentions the “alt-light”; the “alt-right”; American Renaissance conference; Tucker Carlson (Fox News presenter); Mike Cernovich (“alt-light” figure); Ann Coulter; The Donald (reddit’s Trumpist hub); ethnic cleansing; Farmlands (Lauren Southern’s documentary); Katie Hopkins; Tara McCarthy (white nationalist); Gavin McInnes (Proud Boys founder); Stefan Molyneux (“alt-light” figure); Willem Petzer (racist YouTube personality); Proud Boys; Simon Roche (a senior member of the Suidlanders); Dylann Roof (Charleston white supremacist shooter); Michael Savage (talk radio host); Lauren Southern (far-right personality); Stormfront; the Suidlanders (millennialist, white nationalist and survivalist group); Donald Trump; “white genocide” (racist far right conspiracy theory that there is a plot to either replace, remove, or liquidate white populations); “white genocide” in South Africa; white nationalists; White Rabbit Radio (white genocide-focused podcast); and white supremacists. Full text.

Winston, Ali, and A.C. Thompson. “American Hate Group Looks to Make Allies in Europe.” ProPublica, July 5, 2018. Mentions 88 (the white supremacist code for “Heil Hitler”); Falange (Spanish fascist party); iron cross (an emblem used by the Nazis); Kampf der Nibelungen (white power combat sports event); National Democratic Party (German neo-Nazi political party); Denis Nikitin (Russian soccer hooligan and fight promoter in ultra-nationalist circles); Right Brand Clothing (RAM’s online store); Rise Above Movement (RAM) (violent white supremacist group in Southern California); Robert Rundo (a leader of RAM); Shield and Sword festival (white power convergence held on Hitler’s birthday in Ostritz, Germany); Robert Smithson (RAM member); Svastone (clothing brand); Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville; White Rex (Nikitin’s streetwear company); and White Rex logo (a Viking warrior). Full text.

Winter, Aaron. “Researching the Far-Right in a Post-Racial’ Context.” MONITOR Global Intelligence on Racism, April 2018.  Full text.

Zhou, Steven. “Don’t take your eyes off right-wing extremists, Canada.”, July 6, 2018. Full text.


“Hate in the White House.” Southern Poverty Law Center. OctoberSeptemberAugustJulyJuneMayAprilMarch.  February.  January.


“British Fascism & the Far Right — A Reader’s Guide.” Medium, Jan. 26, 2018. Full text.

Daly, Tom Gerald. “Main DEM-DEC Bibliography.” Democratic Decay Resource (DEM-DEC) (University of Melbourne), 24 June 2018. Full text. Monthly updates.


Digital Terrorism and Hate Project. Los Angeles: Simon Wiesenthal Center, 2018.  Database.

United States of Islamophobia Database. A searchable, public database of anti-Muslim bills. Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society, Berkeley, CA, April 25, 2018. Database.


“European xenophobia reflects racial diversity, not asylum applications.” Daily chart, Graphic detail, The Economist, July 25, 2018. Full text.

Gracia Montes, Sergio. “Mapping the Spanish Far-Right.” La Red de la Islamofobia (the Islamophobia Network), October 5, 2018. An interactive map of the far right social and political movements now active in Spain. Map.

Hate Map.  Southern Poverty Law Center, 2018.  Map.


“Addicted To Hate: Studying White Supremacist Groups And The People Who Leave Them.” The State of Things, WUNC, Aug. 17, 2018. Host Frank Stasio talks with Matthew DeMichele, a senior research sociologist with RTI International’s Applied Justice Division, about the addiction of hate. Podcast.

Blee, Kathleen M. “Next Steps in Gender Analysis of Far-right Extremism.” C-REX – Center for Research on Extremism, May 16, 2018.  Audio.

Busette, Camille, Vanessa Williamson, Andre M. Perry, Chris Meserole, and Fred Dews. “Charlottesville: One Year Later.” Brookings Cafeteria Podcast, August 3, 2018. Podcast.

“Christianity and the Alt-Right, Present.” C-SPAN, October 22, 2018. Hosted by Charles Mathewes. Panelists include George Hawley, Melani McAlister, and Adam Russell Taylor. Video and transcript.

“Demonstration of youth groups of French and Italian far right movements.” RFI’s Pauline Bandelier interviews Pietro Castelli Gattinara on the joint demonstration of the youth sections of France’s main far right National Rally party and Italy’s Lega Nord at the Franco-Italian border on July 29, 2018. RFI on SoundCloud, 31 July 2018. Podcast.

“Denial as a Tool of the Radical Right.” Three Arrows Channel, YouTube, Feb. 16, 2018. Video.

“Documenting Hate: Charlottesville.” FRONTLINE in partnership with ProPublica. Produced by Richard Rowley and A.C. Thompson. FRONTLINE, PBS, Season 36: Episode 13, Aug. 7, 2018. On the white supremacists and neo-Nazis involved in the Charlottesville Unite the Right rally, August 11 and 12, 2017. Trailer.

Favreau, Jon, Jon Lovett, and Tommy Vietor. “Mr. President, don’t you mean the opposite?” Pod Save America, Jan. 11, 2018. C-REX Researcher Cathrine Thorleifsson is a guest on Pod Save America to talk about the rise of right-wing extremism.  Podcast and here.

Kamenetz, Anya. “Right-Wing Hate Groups Are Recruiting Video Gamers.” All Things Considered (NPR), November 5, 2018. Audio and transcript.

Kimmel, Michael. “Angry White Men: Masculinity on the Extreme Right.” C-REX – Center for Research on Extremism, May 16, 2018.  Audio.

Main, Thomas J., Bill Finan, and Fred Dews. “The rise of the alt-right.” Brookings Cafeteria Podcast, August 10, 2018. Podcast.

Morrison, John F.  Interview with Aaron Winter. TalkingTerror podcast, Terrorism and Extremism Research Centre, University of East London, 24 June 2018. Podcast and here.

Scrivens, Ryan. “Hatred in an Era of Misinformation: Lessons from Former Extremists.” Project Someone, November 6, 2018. Former Canadian right-wing extremists, Brad Galloway and Marc Clairoux discussing their own personal experiences with recruiting youth online. Webinar.

Silva, Derek. “Volume 12: Right-Wing Extremism.” A conversation with Ryan Scrivens, Amarnath Amarasingam, and Bradley Galloway. What’s That Noise Podcast, June 11, 2018. Podcast.

“White Fright: the plot to attack Muslims that the US media ignored.” The Guardian, July 2018. On Robert Doggart, a Tennessee minister who was arrested for plotting an attack against Islamberg, a small African American Muslim community in upstate New York. Documentary video.