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Abbas, Tahir.  Islamophobia and Radicalisation: A Vicious Cycle.  London: Hurst Publishers, 2019

Accetti, Carlo Invernizzi.  What is Christian Democracy? Politics, Religion and Ideology.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019 [10. Persistent Normative Potential of Christian Democracy: Between Muslim Democracy And Far Right Populism, 317-344, chapter summary]

Albanese, Giulia. The March on Rome: Violence and the Rise of Italian Fascism. Translated by Sergio Knipe. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, and New York: Routledge, 2019.  Preface and Chapter 1Chapter abstracts.

Alexander, Dean C. Family Terror Networks. BookBaby, 2019

Alkiviadou, Natalie. The Far-Right in International and European Law. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, and New York: Routledge, 2019. General introduction. Chapter abstracts.

Allen, Chris.  Reconfiguring Islamophobia.  Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019

Anti-fascism in the Nordic Countries: New Perspectives, Comparisons and Transnational Connections. Edited by Kasper Braskén, Nigel Copsey, and Johan A. Lundin. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, and New York: Routledge, 2019. Contents: Introduction / Kasper Braskén and Johan A. Lundin, full text — Part I. Anti-fascism beyond the far left — 1. Anti-fascist discourses, practices and confrontations in 1930s Iceland / Ragnheiður Kristjánsdóttir and Pontus Järvstad — 2. Finnish liberals and anti-fascism, 1922-1932 / Jenni Karimäki — 3. An anti-fascist minority? Swedish-speaking Finnish responses to fascism / Matias Kaihovirta and Mats Wickström — 4. Conservative fascist sympathies and anti-fascism in 1930s Norway / Knut Dørum — Part II. Anti-fascist youth activism and militant resistance — 5. Three arrows against the swastika: militant social democracy and radical opposition to fascism in Denmark, 1932-1934 / Charlie E. Krautwald — 6. Social Democratic youth and anti-fascism in Sweden, 1929-1939 / Johan A. Lundin — 7. ‘Boycott the Nazi Flag’: the anti-fascism of the International of Seamen and Harbour Workers / Holger Weiss — Part III. Cultural fronts and anti-fascist intellectuals — 8. Anti-fascist race biology: Gunnar Dahlberg and the long farewell to the Nordic ‘master race’ / Martin Ericsson — 9. Finnish socialist intellectuals on fascism and anti-fascism in the 1930s / Tauno Saarela — 10. Intellectuals ready to fight: Scandinavian anti-fascist cultural fronts, 1935-1939 / Ole Martin Rønning — 11. Fighting for peace: the Workers’ Stage, the popular front, and aid for Spain in 1930s Finland / Mikko-Olavi Seppälä — 12. The last ‘Münzenberg empire’: the transnational networks of Die Zukunft in the Nordic countries, 1938–1940 / Bernhard H. Bayerlein — Part IV. Post-war anti-fascisms — 13. Framing anti-fascism in the Cold War: the Socialist Youth International and Franco’s regime after the Second World War / Anders Dalsager — 14. Radical-right movement and countermovement in Denmark, 1985-present / Flemming Mikkelsen — 15. Challenging fascist spatial claims: the struggle over the 30 November marches in southern Sweden / Andrés Brink Pinto and Johan Pries — Afterword / Nigel Copsey.  Chapter abstracts.

Ashbee, Edward, John Dumbrell, and Alex Waddan.  The American Right After Reagan.  Cheltenham, UK, and Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2019

Bejan, Cristina A. Intellectuals and Fascism in Interwar Romania: The Criterion Association.  Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019.  Chapter abstracts.

Bello, Walden. Counterrevolution: The Global Rise of the Far Right. Rugby, Warwickshire: Practical Action Publishing, 2019. Chapter abstracts.

Berend, Ivan T. Against European Integration: The European Union and its Discontents. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, and New York: Routledge, 2019. Introduction. Chapter abstracts.

Braunthal, Gerard. Parties and Politics in Modern Germany. London: Routledge, 2019 [8. Left and Right Radical Parties: Protesting the System].

Burke, Kyle. Revolutionaries for the Right: Anticommunist Internationalism and Paramilitary Warfare in the Cold War. Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 2019

Collins, Matthew, with Robbie Mullen. Nazi Terrorist: The Story of National Action. London: HOPE not hate Publishing, 2019

Contesting Islamophobia: Anti-Muslim Prejudice in Media, Culture and Politics. Edited by Peter Morey, Amina Yaqin, and Alaya Forte. London and New York: I.B. Tauris, 2019. Contents: Foreword: The Roots of Modern Islamophobia, by John L. Esposito — Introduction: Contesting Islamophobia in Theory and Practice, by Peter Morey — Section One: Islamophobia, Politics and History – 1. American Foreign Policy, Self-Fulfilling Prophecy and Muslims as Enemy Others, by Nathan Lean — 2. Donald Trump at the Intersection of Nativism, Islamophobia and Anti-Muslim Sentiment: American Roots and Parallels, by Peter Gottschalk — 3. Islamophobia: The Muslim Problem? A Discussion Between Dibyesh Anand, Myriam Francois and Jim Wolfreys, chaired by Peter Morey — Section Two: Islamophobia and Representation – 4. Islamophobia and the War of Representations: Martin Amis’s ‘The Last Days of Muhammad Atta’, by Geoffrey Nash and Nath Aldalala’a — 5. ‘A Sly and Stubborn People’: Games of Thrones, Orientalism and Islamophobia, by Roberta Garrett — 6. Islamic Feminism in a Time of Islamophobia: The Muslim Heroines of Leila Aboulela’s Minaret and Elif Shafak’s Forty Rules of Love, by Amina Yaqin — Section Three: Youth Contesting Islamophobia – 7. Countering Islamophobia in the Classroom, by Sarah Soyei — 8. Resisting Islamophobia: Muslim Youth Activism in the UK, by Tania Saeed — 9. Young Muslims in Germany and Their Use of New Media to Counter Islamophobia, by Asmaa Soliman — Section Four: Art Beyond Islamophobia – 10. Adjusting the ‘Islamic’ Focus: Exhibitions of Contemporary Pakistani Art in Britain in the Post-9/11 Decade, by Madeline Clements — 11. Super Moozlim Battles Islamophobia, by Leila Tarakji — 12. Homegrown: The Story of a Controversy. Nadia Latif interviewed by Peter Morey and Amina Yaqin

Costa Pinto, António. Latin American Dictatorships in the Era of Fascism: The Corporatist Wave. London: Routledge, 2019. Chapter abstracts. Introduction and notes.

Countering Islamophobia in Europe. Ian Law • Amina Easat-Daas • Arzu Merali • S. Sayyid, Editors. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019. Contents: Introduction, by Ian Law, S. Sayyid, Arzu Merali, and Amina Easat-Daas – 2. Islamophobia as a Key Contextual Factor in Human Rights Adjudication, by Ilias Trispiotis – 3. Countering Islamophobia in the UK, by Arzu Merali – 4. Countering Islamophobia in Greece, by Matthildi Chatzipanagiotou and Iason Zarikos – 5. Countering Islamophobia in Hungary, by Zsuzsanna Vidra – 6. Countering Islamophobia in the Czech Republic, by Karel Cada and Veronika Frantová – 7. Countering Islamophobia in Portugal, by Marta Araújo, Silvia Rodríguez Maeso, and Max Ruben Ramos – 8. Countering Islamophobia in France, by Andrea Bila – 9. Countering Islamophobia in Belgium, by Elsa Mescoli – 10. Countering Islamophobia in Germany, by Luis Manuel Hernández Aguilar – 11. A New Counter-Islamophobia Kit, by Ian Law, S. Sayyid, and Amina Easat-Daas. Chapter abstracts.

Critical Theory and the Humanities in the Age of the Alt-Right. Edited by Christine M. Battista and Melissa R. Sande. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019. Contents: Introduction: The State of the Humanities and the Age of the Alt-Right, by Christine M. Battista and Melissa R. Sande, 1-12 — “For Every Two Steps Forward, it Often Feels like we Take One Step Back”: Foucauldian Historiography and the Current Political Moment, by Christine M. Battista and Melissa R. Sande, 13-37 — Cultural Marxism and the Cathedral: Two Alt-Right Perspectives on Critical Theory, by Andrew Woods, 39-59 — The Right to Anger: Combative Publics, by Antonette Talaue Arogo, 61-80 — Herrenvolk Democracy: The Rise of the Alt-Right in Trump’s America, by Tonnia L. Anderson, 81-99 — From NeoReactionary Theory to the Alt-Right, by Andrew Jones, 101-120 — Skepticism, Relativism, and Identity: The Origins of (Pseudo-)Conservatism, by Kevin E. Dodson, 121-136 — The Materialist Conception of Fiction, by Michael A. Parra, 137-152 — Liberation Through Oppression: Deleuze’s Minor Literature and Deterritorialized Nationalisms in James Joyce’s Ulysses, by Marshall Lewis Johnson, 153-171 — Death by a Thousand Hyperlinks: The Commodification of Communication and Mediated Ideologies, by Joseph Turner, 173-192 — Critical Race Theory, Transborder Theory, and Code Switching in the Trump Years, by Charli Valdez, 193-209 — Conclusion: Mining the Past for Usable Futures: The Global Rise of the Alt-Right and the Frankfurt School, by Christine M. Battista, Melissa R. Sande, 211-222. Chapter abstracts.

Crothers, Lane. Rage on the Right: The American Militia Movement from Ruby Ridge to the Trump Presidency. Second edition (first edition 2004). “The second edition of this work has evolved to try to address the ‘new’ extreme right in American politics.” Lanham, Boulder, New York, and London: Rowman & Littlefield, 2019

Daou, Peter. Digital Civil War: Confronting the Right-Wing Menace. Brooklyn, NY: Melville House, 2019

Dee, Olivia.  The Anti-Abortion Campaign in England, 1966-1989.  New York and London: Routledge, 2019.  Chapter abstractsIntroduction, notes, and bibliography.

Europe at the Crossroads: Confronting Populist, Nationalist, and Global Challenges. Edited by Pieter Bevelander & Ruth Wodak. Lund: Nordic Academic Press, 2019. Contents: Europe at the crossroads: An introduction, by Pieter Bevelander & Ruth Wodak, 7-22 – 1. On radical right mainstreaming in Europe and the US, by Matthew Feldman, 23-48 – 2. The EU’s values crisis: Past and future responses to threats to the rule of law and democratic principles, by Heather Grabbe & Stefan Lehne, 49-61 – 3. Analysing the micropolitics of the populist far right in the ‘post-shame era,’ by Ruth Wodak, 63-92 – 4. Six theories and six strategies concerning right-wing populism, by Floris Biskamp, 93-112 – 5. The rise of neo-nationalism, by Maureen A. Eger and Sarah Valdez, 113-134 – 6. The end of EU-topia and the politics of hate: Totalitarianism and the mainstreaming of far-right discourse in the Greek political scene, by Salomi Boukala, 135-158 – 7. Articulations of climate change by the Austrian far right: A discourse-historical perspective on what is ‘allegedly manmade,’ by Bernhard Forchtner, 159-179 – 8. Gender and body politics of the extreme right in Austria: Party politics meets popular culture, by Markus Rheindorf and Sabine Lehner, 181-205 – 9. Islamophobia without Muslims as a social and political phenomenon: The case of Poland, by Adam Balcer, 207-228 – 10. The determinants of (right-wing) political engagement among adolescents in Sweden, by Beint Bentsen and Pieter Bevelander, 229-257 – 11. The battle over rights in Switzerland: Populist arguments against international law: Gianni D’Amato, 259-280. Full text and here.

The Far Right and the Environment: Politics, Discourse and Communication.  Edited by Bernhard Forchtner.  London: Routledge, 2019.  Contents: 1. Introduction: Far-Right Articulations of the Natural Environment: An introduction, by Bernhard Forchtner – Part I: Two fields, many topics. 2. The trajectory of far-right populism – a discourse-analytical perspective, by Ruth Wodak – 3. Environmental communication research: origins, development and new directions, by Anders Hansen – Part II: Western Europe. 4. “Protecting our green and pleasant land”: UKIP, the BNP and a history of green ideology on Britain’s far right, by Emily Turner-Graham – 5. From Black to Green: Analysing Le Front National’s ‘Patriotic Ecology’- Salomi Boukala and Eirini Tountasaki – 6. Environmental politics on the Italian far right: not a party issue?, by Giorgia Bulli – Part III: Nordic Countries. 7. Sheep in wolves clothing: The Danish far right and ‘wild nature’- Christoffer Kølvraa – 8. Far-right and climate change denial. Denouncing environmental challenges via anti-establishment rhetoric, marketing of doubts, industrial/breadwinner masculinities enactments and ethno-nationalism, by Martin Hultman, Anna Björk and Tamya Viinikka – 9. The allure of exploding bats: The Finns Party’s populist environmental communication and the media, by Niko Hataka and Matti Välimäki – Part IV: Central Europe. 10. The ecological component of the ideology and legislative activity of the Freedom Party of Austria, by Kristian Voss – 11. The environmental communication of Jobbik: Between strategy and ideology, by Anna Kyriazi – 12. Is brown the new green? The environmental discourse of the Czech far right, by Zbynek Tarant – 13. Beyond the ‘German forest’: Environmental communication by the far right in Germany, by Bernhard Forchtner and Özgür Özvatan – 14. The environment as an emerging discourse in Polish far-right politics, by Samuel Bennett and Cezary Kwiatkowski – Part V: Beyond Europe. 15. In the heartland of climate scepticism: A hyperlink network analysis of German climate sceptics and the US right-wing, by Jonas Kaiser – 16. Alt-right ecology: Ecofascism and far-right environmentalism in the United States , by Blair Taylor – 17. The rhetorical landscapes of the ‘alt right’ and the Patriot Movements: Settler entitlement to native land, by Kyle Boggs – Conclusion. 18. Looking back, looking forward: a preliminary conclusion on the far right and its natural environment(s), by Bernhard Forchtner.  Chapter abstracts.

The Far-Right in Contemporary Australia. Edited by Mario Peucker and Debra Smith. Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019. Contents: Far-Right Movements in Contemporary Australia: An Introduction, by Mario Peucker and Debra Smith, 1-17 — The Australian Far-Right: An International Comparison of Fringe and Conventional Politics, by Peter Lentini, 19-51 — The Values of One Nation Voters, by Andrew Markus, 53-72 — Not a Monolithic Movement: The Diverse and Shifting Messaging of Australia’s Far-Right, by Mario Peucker, Debra Smith, and Muhammad Iqbal, 73-100 — Far-Right Contestation in Australia: Soldiers of Odin and True Blue Crew, by Pamela Nilan, 101-125 — Transnationalising the Anti-public Sphere: Australian Anti-publics and Reactionary Online Media, by Mark Davis, 127-149 — Hear What I Hear, See What I See: Relating Extremist Rhetoric to the Communities That Notice It, by Tom Clark, Paolo Gerbaudo, and Ika Willis, 151-173 — Hijacking Democracy? Spatialised Persecution and the Planning Process, by Julie Rudner, 175-197 — Challenging the Far-Right in Australia, by Priscilla Brice, 199-214 — Conclusion: Making Sense of the Far-Right in Australia, by Mario Peucker and Debra Smith, 215-226. Chapter abstracts.

Faulkner, Neil. With Samir Dathi, Phil Hearse, and Seema Syeda. Creeping Fascism: What It Is and How To Fight It. Public Reading Rooms, 2019

Fieschi, Catherine. Populocracy: The Tyranny of Authenticity and the Rise of Populism. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Agenda Publishing, 2019

Finn, John E. Fracturing the Founding: How the Alt-Right Corrupts the Constitution. Lanham, Boulder, New York, and London: Rowman & Littlefield, 2019

Garrard, Greg, Axel Goodbody, George Handley, and Stephanie Posthumus. Climate Change Scepticism: A Transnational Ecocritical Analysis. London, New York, Oxford, New Delhi, Sydney: Bloomsbury Academic, 2019

Glassman, Ronald M. The Future of Democracy. Cham: Springer, 2019 [“The Resurgence of Fascism in the Mid-Twenty First Century,” 91-101, chapter abstract]

Gould, Jeffrey L.   Solidarity Under Siege: The Salvadoran Labor Movement, 1970-1990.  New York, Port Melbourne, New Delhi, Singapore: Cambridge University Press, 2019 [5. The Far Right and Fraud, 160-182; mentions General Jose Alberto Medrano, the founder of Organización Democrática Nacional (ORDEN), a right-wing paramilitary organization in El Salvador; chapter summary]

Hayes, Mark.  The Trouble with National Action.  London: Freedom Press, 2019

Haynes, Jeffrey. From Huntington to Trump: Thirty Years of the Clash of Civilizations. Lanham, Boulder, New York, London: Lexington Books, 2019 [Chapter Four: Right-Wing Populism, “Christian Civilizationism,” and Securitization of Islam]

Hellinger, Daniel C.  Conspiracies and Conspiracy Theories in the Age of Trump.  Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019.  Chapter previews. Preface and Acknowledgements.

Hernandez, Miguel. The Ku Klux Klan and Freemasonry in 1920s America: Fighting Fraternities. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, and New York: Routledge, 2019.  IntroductionChapter abstracts.

Hertel-Fernandez, Alexander. State Capture: How Conservative Activists, Big Businesses, and Wealthy Donors Reshaped the American States—and the Nation. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019

Islamophobia and Surveillance: Genealogies of a Global Order. Edited by James Renton. Routledge, 2019. Contents: Introduction: The global order of Muslim surveillance and its thought architecture, by James Renton — 1. Oversight, by Gil Anidjar — 2. The figure of the fanatic: a rebel against Christian sovereignty, by James Renton — 3. Good Jew, bad Jew…good Muslim, bad Muslim: “managing” Europe’s others, by Anya Topolski — 4. The picture, the parable, the performance and the sword: secularism’s demographic imperatives, by Rashna Darius Nicholson — 5. Arab others at European borders: racializing religion and refugees along the Balkan Route, by Piro Rexhepi — 6. Islamophobia and the making of Latinos/as into terrorist threats, by Luis A. Romero and Amina Zarrugh. Chapter abstracts.

Jardina, Ashley. White Identity Politics. Cambridge, New York, Melbourne, New Delhi, Singapore: Cambridge University Press, 2019. Acknowledgments. Chapter abstracts.

Johnson, Daryl.  Hateland: A Long, Hard Look at America’s Extremist Heart.  Amherst, New York: Prometheus Books, 2019

Johnson, Laurie M. Ideological Possession and the Rise of the New Right: The Political Thought of Carl Jung. New York: Routledge, 2019. Chapter abstracts.

Jones, Doug. Bending Toward Justice: The Birmingham Church Bombing That Changed the Course of Civil Rights. New York, NY: St. Martin’s Press, 2019

Key Thinkers of the Radical Right: Behind the New Threat to Liberal Democracy. Edited by Mark Sedgwick. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. Contents: Introduction by Mark Sedgwick — Section I: Classic Thinkers — Chapter 1: Oswald Spengler and the Decline of the West, by David Engels — Chapter 2: Ernst Jünger and Storms of Steel, by Elliot Y. Neaman — Chapter 3: Carl Schmitt and the Concept of the Political, by Reinhard Mehring — Chapter 4: Julius Evola and Tradition, by H. Tomas Hakl — Section II: Modern Thinkers — Chapter 5: Alain de Benoist and the New Right, by Jean-Yves Camus — Chapter 6: Guillaume Faye and Identitarianism, by Stéphane François — Chapter 7: Paul Gottfried and Paleoconservatism, by Seth Bartee — Chapter 8: Patrick J. Buchanan and the Death of the West, by Edward Ashbee — Chapter 9: Jared Taylor and White Identity, by Russell Nieli — Chapter 10: Alexander Dugin and Eurasianism, by Marlene Laruelle — Chapter 11: Bat Ye’or and Eurabia, by Sindre Bangstad — Section III: Emergent Thinkers — Chapter 12: Mencius Moldbug and Neoraction, by Joshua Tait — Chapter 13: Greg Johnson and Counter-Currents, by Graham Macklin — Chapter 14: Richard B. Spencer and the Alt Right, by Tamir Bar-On — Chapter 15: Jack Donovan and Male Tribalism, by Matthew N. Lyons — Chapter 16: Daniel Friberg and Metropolitics, by Benjamin Teitelbaum — Notes — Bibliography — Index.  Chapter abstracts.

Konda, Thomas Milan.  Conspiracies of Conspiracies: How Delusions Have Overrun America. Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 2019

Kruglanski, Arie W., David Webber, and Daniel Koehler.  The Radical’s Journey: How German Neo-Nazis Voyaged to the Edge and Back.  New York: Oxford University Press, 2019

Lane, Charles. Freedom’s Detective: The Secret Service, the Ku Klux Klan and the Man Who Masterminded America’s First War on Terror. New York: Hanover Square Press, 2019

Laverick, Wendy, and Peter Joyce. Racial and Religious Hate Crime: The UK From 1945 to Brexit. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019. Chapter abstracts. Chapter previews.

Law, Ricky W. Transnational Nazism: Ideology and Culture in German-Japanese Relations, 1919-1936. Cambridge, New York, Melbourne, New Delhi, Singapore: Cambridge University Press, 2019

Leddy-Owen, Charles. Nationalism, Inequality and England’s Political Predicament. London: Routledge, 2019

Lipstadt, Deborah E. Antisemitism: Here and Now. New York: Schocken Books, 2019

The Lives and Afterlives of Enoch Powell: The Undying Political Animal. Edited by Olivier Esteves and Stéphane Porion. London and New York: Routledge, 2019. Contents: Introduction – Part 1 : The Powell Effect in British Politics and Society – ‘Powell and After: Immigration, Race and Politics in Britain’, by R. Ford – ‘Wrathful rememberers : harnessing the memory of World War II in letters of support to Powell, by O. Esteves – Part 2 : Powell and the Press – ‘Powell and the media : an insider’s account’, by N. Jones – ‘An international press view of the Powell Moment (1968-1973)’, by O. Esteves – Part 3 : Reterritorialising Powell – ‘The rise of the Runnymede Trust : Enoch Powell and the media wars’, by B. Bebber – ‘Enoch Powell, British Nationality and The Irish Question (1968-1987)’, by D. Shiels – Part 4 : Powellism and Conservative Politics – ‘Enoch Powell, Julian Amery and Debates over Britain’s world role after 1945’, by P. Corthorn – ‘The End of an Intellectual Journey: How Alfred Sherman’s Ideas on Immigration and the British Nation were Framed by Powellism (1968-1979)’, by S. Porion – Part 5 : Powellism and Nativist Right Politics – ‘”Enoch was right” – The Powell Effect on the National Front in the 1970s’, by S. Porion – ‘The ambivalence of UKIP towards Enoch Powell’s legacy’, by K. Tournier-Sol – Conclusion. Chapter abstracts. Introduction, notes, and references.

Loughlin, James. Fascism and Constitutional Conflict: The British Extreme Right and Ulster in the Twentieth Century. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2019

Luo, Chih-Mei. The EU’s Crisis Decade: Reflecting on EU Capitalism and Governance. Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019 [“The Rise of Populist Right Parties in the 2014 European Parliament Election and Implications for European Integration,” 71-105, chapter abstract and references]

Lynn, Joshua A. Preserving the White Man’s Republic: Jacksonian Democracy, Race, and the Transformation of American Conservatism. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2019. Chapter abstracts and here.

Magnet, Myron.  Clarence Thomas and the Lost Constitution. New York : Encounter Books, 2019

Martinez HoSang, Daniel, and Joseph E. Lowndes. Producers, Parasites, Patriots: Race and the New Right-Wing Politics of Precarity. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2019. Chapter abstracts and here.

Maxwell, Angie, and Todd G. Shields. The Long Southern Strategy: How Chasing White Voters in the South Changed American Politics. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019

McAuliffe, Terry. Beyond Charlottesville: Taking a Stand Against White Nationalism. New York: Thomas Dunne Books, St. Martin’s Press, 2019. Chapter 1.

McCann, Craig J.J. The Prevent Strategy and Right-Wing Extremism: A Case Study of the English Defence League. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, and New York: Routledge, 2019. IntroductionChapter abstracts.

McDonnell, Duncan, and Annika Werner.  International Populism: The Radical Right in the European Parliament. London: Hurst Publishers, 2019

McManus, Matthew.  The Rise of Post-Modern Conservatism: Neoliberalism, Post-Modern Culture, and Reactionary Politics.  Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019.  Chapter abstracts.

Merlan, Anna. Republic of Lies: American Conspiracy Theorists and Their Surprising Rise to Power. New York: Metropolitan Books/Henry Holt and Company, 2019

Metzl, Jonathan. Dying of Whiteness: How the Politics of Racial Resentment Is Killing America’s Heartland. New York: Basic Books, 2019

Meulemans, Bill.  How the Left and Right Think: The Roots of Division in American Politics.  Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2019

Mockaitis, Thomas R. Violent Extremists: Understanding the Domestic and International Terrorist Threat. Santa Barbara, CA, and Denver, CO: Praeger, 2019

Muirhead, Russell, and Nancy L. Rosenblum. A Lot of People Are Saying: The New Conspiracism and the Assault on Democracy. Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2019.  Chapter abstracts.

The New Authoritarianism: Vol. 2: A Risk Analysis of the European Alt-Right Phenomenon. Edited by Alan Waring. Stuttgart: ibidem-Verlag, 2019. Contents: Dedication; Contents; List of Figures and Tables; List of European Cases; List of Abbreviations and Acronyms; Foreword; Acknowledgements; Introduction: Risk and the Alt-Right, by Alan Waring; Part 1. The Nature of the Alt-Right Ideology; Chapter 1: Defining the Evolving Alt-Right Phenomenon; Chapter 2: Psychological Aspects of the Alt-Right Phenomenon; Part 2. The Alt-Right in Selected European Countries. Chapter 3: Brexit and the Alt-Right Agenda in the UK; Chapter 4: The Politics of Cultural Despair: Britain’s Extreme-Right; Chapter 5: The Murder of Jo Cox MP: a Case Study in Lone Actor Terrorism Chapter 6: The Austrian Freedom Party; Chapter 7: The Far-Right Alternative fu¨r Deutschland in Germany: Towards a ‘Happy Ending’?; Chapter 8: Marine Le Pen and the Front National in France: Between Populisms in the 2017 Elections and Beyond; Chapter 9: Wilders’ Party for Freedom and the Dutch Alt-Right; Chapter 10: A Case Study of Anders Behring Breivik, Extreme-Right Terrorist; Chapter 11: The Alt-Right Ideology in Russia; Part 3. Conclusion. Chapter 12: A Risk Analysis and Assessment of the European Alt-Right and its Effects; Chapter 13: A Prognosis for the New Authoritarianism Chapter 14: Potential Strategies to Limit the Alt-Right Threat; Glossary; About the Editor and Authors of Vol 1 and Vol 2; Index.

Nielsen, Philipp. Between Heimat and Hatred: Jews and the Right in Germany, 1871-1935. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019

Norris, Pippa, and Ronald Inglehart. Cultural Backlash: Trump, Brexit, and Authoritarian Populism. Cambridge, New York, Melbourne, New Delhi, Singapore: Cambridge University Press, 2019. Preface and Acknowledgments. Index.

Offenbach, Seth. The Conservative Movement and the Vietnam War: The Other Side of Vietnam. New York and Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, 2019.  IntroductionChapter abstracts.

Oroszi, Terry L., and David Ellis. The American Terrorist: Everything You Need to Know to be a Subject Matter Expert. Greylander Press, 2019. Chapter Two. Domestic Terror Organizations: The Alabama Free Militia — The Alternative Right — Alpha 66 and Omega 7 — Animal Liberation Front — Antifa — Army of God — Aryan Nations — Black Panther Party / Black Liberation Army — The Covenant, the Sword, and the Arm of the Lord — Earth Liberation Front — Fuerzas Armadas De Liberacion Nacional Puertorriquena — Hutaree — Jam’iyyat Ul-Ilam Is-Saheeh — The Jewish Defense League — Ku Klux Klan — May 19th Communist Organization — National Alliance — The National Socialist Movement — The American Nazi Party — Operation Save America — Phineas Priesthood — Proud Boys — Public Enemy Number 1 — Republic of New Africa — Revolutionary People’s Group — Sovereign Citizens Movement — Symbionese Liberation Army — United Freedom Front — Weather Underground Organization.

Pappas, Takis S. Populism and Liberal Democracy: A Comparative and Theoretical Analysis. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2019

Peck, Reece. Fox Populism: Branding Conservatism as Working Class. Cambridge, New York, Port Melbourne, New Delhi, Singapore: Cambridge University Press, 2019. Preface.

The People and the Nation: Populism and Ethno-Territorial Politics in Europe.  Edited by Reinhard Heinisch, Emanuele Massetti, and Oscar Mazzoleni.  London and New York: Routledge, 2019.  Contents: 1. Introduction: European Party-Based Populism and Territory – Reinhard Heinisch, Emanuele Massetti and Oscar Mazzoleni; 2. Regionalist populism in Britain’s “Celtic” peripheries: A longitudinal analysis of Plaid Cymru and the Scottish National Party – Emanuele Massetti; 3. Populism and ethno-territorial parties in Belgium – Emilie Van Haute; 4. Claiming regionalism and nationalism at the same time: How the Italian and Swiss Leagues can engage in contradictory claims and get away with it – Oscar Mazzoleni and Carlo Ruzza; 5. The populist dimensions of Catalan secessionism: Rhetoric, mobilization and institutional practices – Astrid Barrio, Oscar Barberà and Juan Rodríguez-Teruel; 6. Regional nativism in East Germany: the case of the AfD.- Hans-Georg Betz and Fabian Habersack; 7. The Carinthian model: The role of sub-national claims in the Freedom Party’s dominance in Austria’s southernmost state – Reinhard Heinisch; 8. The territorialization of national-populist politics: A case study of the Front National in France – Gilles Ivaldi and Jerôme Dutozia; 9. Progressive regionalist populism vs. conservative nationalist populism in Poland: The case of the Silesian Autonomy Movement – RAS – Magdalena Solska; 10. Regionalist populism in Croatia: The case of the Croatian Alliance of Slavonia and Baranja – HDSSB – Marko Kukec; 11. Ethnic politics and competition amongst right-wing populist parties in Hungary – Edina Szoecsik; 12. A clash of myths: Populism and ethno-nationalism in Serbia – Bojan Vranic; 13. Conclusion: Bridging legacies in understanding party mobilization – Reinhard Heinisch, Emanuele Massetti and Oscar Mazzoleni

Perry, Barbara, and Ryan Scrivens. Right-Wing Extremism in Canada. Palgrave Macmillan, 2019. Chapter previews and here. Chapter abstracts and references.

Progressive Justice in an Age of Repression: Strategies for Challenging the Rise of the Right. Edited by Walter S. DeKeseredy and Elliott Currie. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, and New York: Routledge, 2019. Contents: Introduction: responding to repression, by Walter S. DeKeseredy, full text – 1. But why this man?: challenging hegemonic masculinity in an age of repression, by Walter S. DeKeseredy — 2. Why the left must change: right-wing populism in context, by Simon Winlow, Steve Hall and James Treadwell — 3. Social change and drugs: rural America and the Rise of Donald Trump, by Joseph F. Donnermeyer — 4. Getting crime right: framing everyday violence in the age of Trump, by Elliott Currie — 5. The limits of police reform, by Alex S. Vitale — 6. What would a just justice system look like?, by Sandra Walklate — 7. Corporate criminality and resisting financial and securities frauds, by Gregg Barak — 8. Beyond the ricochets: unpacking the modern gun culture and its political stalemate, by Peter Squires — 9. Abortion politics and the persistence of patriarchy, by Meda Chesney-Lind — 10. Resisting ecocide: engaging in the politics of the future, by Rob White — 11. Youth for social justice in an age of youth expendability, by Randy Myers and Tim Goddard — 12. What’s wrong with American criminal justice reform?, by Sonya Goshe — 13. Continuity of American xenophobia under Trump and plausible alternatives, by James Diego Vigil and Nativo Lopez Vigil — Epilogue: pitfalls and possibilities, by Elliott Currie.  Chapter abstracts.

Reactionary Nationalists, Fascists and Dictatorships in the Twentieth Century: Against Democracy. Edited by Ismael Saz, Zira Box, Toni Morant, and Julián Sanz. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019. Contents: 1. Introduction, by Ismael Saz, Zira Box, Toni Morant and Julián Sanz, 1-26 – Part I. Reactionary Nationalisms – 2. The Action Française in a Transnational Perspective, by Olivier Dard, 29-47 – 3. “Fellow Travelers”: The History and Evolution of the Relationship Between the Nationalists and the Fascists, by Lorenzo Benadusi, 49-66 – 4. The Intellectual Roots and Political Foundations of Reactionary Spanish Nationalism in an International Context, by Maximiliano Fuentes Codera, 67-84 – 5. Reactionary Nationalism and Fascism: The German Case, by Hermann Beck, 85-104 – 6. Paths of Political Right-Wing Thinkers in South America in the Early Twentieth Century: Problems and Questions, by Fernando J. Devoto, 105-122 – Part II. Fascisms – 7. Fascism and Fascists in Italy, by Patrizia Dogliani, 125-143 – 8. The German Fascists: Nazi Political Culture, by Toni Morant, 145-164 – 9. Fascism in France: A Historiographical Development Since 1945, by Olivier Forlin, 165-182 – 10. A Fascism That Came to Stay? On Spanish Falange’s Political Culture, by Julián Sanz, 183-201 – 11. The Portuguese “Blue Shirts” and Salazar’s “New State,” by António Costa Pinto, 203-219 – 12. Fascism in Central Europe: Big Fascisms in (Not That) Small Countries, by Traian Sandu, 221-238 – Part III. Dictatorships – 13. Political Cultures in the Fascist Italy: Transversalities and Contradictions, by Ismael Saz, 241-257 – 4. National Socialists and Conservative Nationalists in Germany 1933-1938, by Michael Grüttner, 259-277 – 15. The Constitutional Foundations of an Ethical State: The Portuguese New State in Comparative Perspective, by Goffredo Adinolf, 279-292 – 16. The Franco Dictatorship: A Proposal for Analysis in Terms of Political Cultures, by Zira Box, 293-310 – 17. Vichy, a Fascist State? by Olivier Wieviorka, 311-326 – 18. Authoritarianism, Nationalism, Fascism and National Security Doctrine: The Debate on Latin American Southern Cone Dictatorships, by Daniel Lvovich, 327-344. Chapter abstracts and references.

Renton, David. The New Authoritarians: Convergence on the Right. London: Pluto Press, 2019

Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, Including a Symposium on Ludwig Lachmann. Edited by Luca Fiorito, Scott Scheall, and Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak.  Vol. 37B. Bingley, West Yorkshire: Emerald Publishing Limited, 2019. Selected contents: Part III. 9. Introduction to a Collection of Reviews and Commentaries on Nancy MacLean’s Democracy in Chains; Andrew Farrent and Scott Scheall, 115-121 — 10. The Allure and Tragedy of Ideological Blunders Left, Right and Center: A Review Essay of Nancy MacLean’s Democracy in Chains; Peter J. Boettke — 11. James M. Buchanan and Democratic Classical Liberalism; David Ellerman, 149-163, abstract; 12. Reading the Hermeneutics of Suspicion with Suspicion: A Review Essay on Nancy MacLean’s Democracy in Chains: The Deep History of the Radical Right’s Stealth Plan for America; Ross B. Emmett, 165-175, full text; 13. Poking a Hornet’s Nest: The Debate on Democracy in Chains; Gary Mongiovi — 14. Freedom of Association and its Discontents: The Calculus of Consent and the Civil Rights Movement; Vlad Tarko and Santiago Jose Gangotena, 197-221, full text.

Researching Far-Right Movements: Ethics, Methodologies, and Qualitative Inquiries. Edited by Emanuele Toscano. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, and New York: Routledge, 2019. Contents: Researching Far-Right Movements. An Introduction (Emanuele Toscano), full text — 1. The Specificities of Researching Evil (Michel Wieviorka) — 2. “Field observer: simples”: Finding a place from which to do close-up research on the “far right” (Hilary Pilkington) — 3. Rapport, Respect, and Dissonance: Studying the White Power Movement in the United States (Lisa K. Waldner and Betty A. Dobratz) — 4. Rethinking the Party, the State, and the World: The Case of Turkish Right Wing-Nationalist Youth in Gezi Protests (Derya Göçer Akder and Kübra Oguz) — 5. Reporting the “Good Deeds” of Far-Right Activists (Daniel Bizeul) — 6. The Dark Side of the Field. Doing Research on CasaPound in Italy (Emanuele Toscano and Daniele di Nunzio) — 7. Uncustomary Sisterhood: Feminist Research in Japanese Conservative Movements (Ayaka Suzuki) — 8. Militant Far-Right Royalist Groups on Facebook in Thailand. Methodological and Ethical Challenges of Internet-Based Research (Wolfram Schaffar and Naruemon Thabchumpon) — Conclusion. Doing Research on Far-Right Movements (Emanuele Toscano). Chapter abstracts.

Ridley, Hugh.  Law in West German Democracy: Seventy Years of History as Seen Through German Courts. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2019 [Chapter 11. Danger from the Right, 252-275, two-page preview].

Right-Wing Politics and the Rise of Antisemitism in Europe 1935-1941. Edited By Frank Bajohr and Dieter Pohl. Göttingen: Wallstein Verlag, 2019. Contents: Frank Bajohr: German Antisemitism and its Influence in Europe. The Example of Alfred Rosenberg and the Nazi Foreign Policy Office after 1933 – Dieter Pohl: Right-Wing Politics and Antisemitism in Europe 1935-1940 – Ferenc Laczó: The Radicalization of Hungarian Antisemitism until 1941: On Indigenous Roots and Transnational Embeddedness – Susanne Heim: The Year 1938 and the International Reactions to the Forced Emigration of German Jews – Grzegorz Krzywiec: The Balance of Polish Political Antisemitism: Between “National Revolution,” Economic Crisis, and the Transformation of the Polish Public Sphere in the 1930s

Robin, Corey.  The Enigma of Clarence Thomas.  New York: Metropolitan Books, 2019

Rosenfeld, Gavriel D. The Fourth Reich: The Specter of Nazism from World War II to the Present. Cambridge, New York, Port Melbourne, New Delhi, Singapore: Cambridge University Press, 2019. Preface. Index.

Rosenwald, Brian.  Talk Radio’s America: How an Industry Took Over a Political Party That Took Over the United States.  Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2019

The Routledge International Handbook of Islamophobia. Edited by Irene Zempi and Imran Awan. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, and New York: Routledge, 2019. Contents: Introduction, by Irene Zempi and Imran Awan, full text — Part 1: Conceptualising Islamophobia — 1. The debate over the utility and precision of the term ‘Islamophobia’, by Nathan Lean, full text — 2. Islamophobia as the racialization of Muslims, by Nasar Meer and Tariq Modood, full text — 3. Islamophobia as the Hidden Hand of Structural and Cultural Racism, by Tahir Abbas — 4. A multidimensional model of understanding Islamophobia, by Saied Reza Ameli and Arzu Merali — 5. Mapping and Mainstreaming Islamophobia: Between the illiberal and liberal, by Aurelien Mondon and Aaron Winter, full text — 6. The Psychology of hate crime offenders who target Muslims: who could be a hate crime offender? by Jane Prince — 7. ‘Your pain is my pain’: examining the community impacts of Islamophobic hate crimes, by Jenny L. Paterson, Mark A. Walters and Rupert Brown — Part 2: Patterns of Islamophobia through European lens — 8. A historical perspective: Secularism, ‘white backlash’ and Islamophobia in France, by Olivier Esteves — 9. Contemporary Islamophobia in France, by Timothy Peace — 10. The Gendered Dimension of Islamophobia in Belgium, by Amina Easat-Daas — 11. Islamophobia in Ireland: Challenges from Below? by James Carr — 12. The Racialised and Islamophobic Framing of the Rotherham and Rochdale Child Sexual Abuse Scandal, by Waqas Tufail — 13. Discrimination against Muslims in Scotland, by Stefano Bonino — 14. Islamophobia and the Muslim Student: Disciplining the Intellect, by Tania Saeed — 15. Islamophobia in UK universities, by Hareem Ghani and Ilyas Nagdee — 16. Islamophobia in Greece: The ‘Muslim threat’ and the panic about Islam, by Alexandros Sakellariou — 17. Islamophobia almost without Muslims: the case of Poland, by Konrad Pedziwiatr — 18. Islamophobia and the quest for European identity in Poland, by Katarzyna Górak-Sosnowska and Marta Pachocka — Part 3: Patterns of Islamophobia through global lens — 19. Islamophobia and the US Ideological Infrastructure of white supremacy, by Louise Cainkar — 20. Youth Activism and Post-9/11 Islamophobia: The ways interfaith activism is produced as a response to Islamophobia and the limits of religious multiculturalism, by Sunaina Maira — 21. Diasporas and dystopias on the beach: Burkini wars in France and Australia, by Shakira Hussein, Scheherazade Bloul and Scott Poynting — 22. Breaking the Peace: The Quebec City Terrorist Attack, by Barbara Perry — 23. Understanding Islamophobia in Southeast Asia, by Mohamed Nawab Mohamed Osman — 24. Islamophobia in US Schools, by Loukia Sarroub and Shabana Mir, full text — Part 4: Responding to Islamophobia — 25. Micro-level Management of Islamophobia: Negotiation, Deflection and Resistance, by Fatima Khan and Gabe Mythen — 26. Race, Racism, Islamophobia: Journalists’ perceptions and Muslim responses, by Amir Saeed — 27. Flying while Muslim: Should we be concerned about Islamophobia at the airport? by Leda Blackwood — 28. Far-Right Islamophobia: From ideology to ‘Mainstreamed’ Hate Crimes, by Matthew Feldman and Paul Stocker — 29. Islamophobia and the radical right in Europe: nostalgia or alternative utopia? by Aristotle Kallis — 30. Terrorism, Hate Speech and ‘Cumulative Extremism’ on Facebook: A case study, by Mark Littler and Kathy Kondor — 31. The Police Challenges in Responding to Islamophobic Hate Crime, by Paul Giannasi — 32. Governmental Responses to Islamophobia in the United Kingdom: a two decade retrospective, by Chris Allen.  Chapter abstracts.

Saini, Angela. Superior: The Return of Race Science. Boston: Beacon Press, 2019

Soutphommasane, Tim. On Hate. Melbourne: Melbourne University Publishing, 2019

Stern, Alexandra Minna. Proud Boys and the White Ethnostate: How the Alt-Right Is Warping the American Imagination. Boston: Beacon Press, 2019

Stifled Progress – International Perspectives on Social Work and Social Policy in the Era of Right-Wing Populism. Edited by Jörg Fischer and Kerry Dunn. Leverkusen: Verlag Barbara Budrich, 2019. Contents: Social Work and Social Policy in the Era of Right-Wing Populism – an Introduction, by Kerry Dunn and Jörg Fischer, 7-14 — What Is Right-wing Populism, and why Is It Gaining Power? — Forms of Right-Wing Populism: The Example Alternative for Germany (AfD), by Alexander Häusler, 17-32 — German Right-Wing Extremism and Right-Wing Populism: Conceptual Foundations, by Samuel Salzborn, 33-40 — Democracy Under Stress: Right-wing Success at the German Parliamentary Elections: Socio-economic and Political-cultural Influences, by Christoph Richter and Matthias Quent, 41-58 — Globalization, Crisis, and Right-Wing Populism in Context, by Fabian Virchow, 59-70 — The Discreet Charm of Populism: The Role of Gender and Female Politicians in the AfD and Front National/Rassemblement National, by Birgit Meyer, 71-86 — Why Should Social Workers Be Concerned? — Social Work and Social Services in Polish Illiberal Democracy, by Tomasz Kazmierczak, 89-98 — Social Policy and Social Work under Pressure in Russia, by Olga Borodkina, 99-114 — Anti-feminist and Familyist Positions in Gender and Sexual Politics: Right-wing Populist Challenges for Social Work, by Christiane Leidinger and Heike Radvan, 115-132 — Right-wing Populism in Germany: Challenges for Social Work, by Kurt Möller, 133-146 — Social Work under Trump: Experiences from the USA, by Michael Reisch, 147-166 — What Can Social Workers Do to Move Forward? — Social Work in Germany: Civic Education and the Concept of ‘Bildung,’ by Julika Bürgin, 169-178 — Social Work in Post-Factual Times, by Kerry Dunn, 179-190 — Human Rights Based Social Work and New Right Populism, by Cheryl A. Hyde and Claire Galpern, 191-204 — Remaining Professional, Taking a Stance: Social Work Strategies for Countering the Influence of Right-Wing Populist Politics, by Barbara Schäuble, 205-218 — Conclusion: Right-Wing Populism as Continuing Challenge to Social Work, by Kerry Dunn and Jörg Fischer, 219-224. Chapter abstracts.

Thalmann, Katharina. The Stigmatization of Conspiracy Theory since the 1950s: “A Plot to Make us Look Foolish.”  London and New York: Routledge, 2019.  Introduction, notes, and bibliographyChapter abstracts.

Thunder from the Right: Ezra Taft Benson in Mormonism and Politics. Edited by Matthew L. Harris. University of Illinois Press, 2019. Contents: Introduction Breaching the Wall: Ezra Taft Benson on Church and State, by Matthew L. Harris, pp. 1-20 – Part I: Politics and Cold War Anxieties – 1. Ezra Taft Benson and the Family Farm, by Brian Q. Cannon, pp. 23-52 – 2. Ezra Taft Benson Meets Nikita Khrushchev, 1959: Memory Embellished, by Gary James Bergera, pp. 53-67 – 3. From New Deal to New Right, by Robert A. Goldberg, pp. 68-96 – 4. Potomac Fever: Continuing Quest for the U.S. Presidency, by Newell G. Bringhurst, pp. 97-123 – 5. Martin Luther King, Civil Rights, and Perceptions of a “Communist Conspiracy,” by Matthew L. Harris, pp. 124-160 – Part II: Theology – 6. The Cold War and the Invention of Free Agency, by Matthew Bowman, pp. 163-181 – 7. Women and Gender, by Andrea G. Radke-Moss, pp. 182-211 – 8. LDS Church Presidency Years, 1985–1994, by J. B. Haws, pp. 212-242.  Chapter abstracts and here.

Tomlinson, Sally. Education and Race from Empire to Brexit. Bristol: Policy Press, 2019

Tracking the Rise of the Radical Right Globally. CARR Yearbook 2018/2019. William Allchorn (ed.). Stuttgart: ibidem Press, distributed by Columbia University Press, 2019. Contents: Preface – by William Allchorn – 1. IDEOLOGY AND THE RADICAL RIGHT — ‘Pinkwashing’ and Homonationalism in the Radical Right, by Megan Armstrong — Islamophobia is not Fiction or a Harry Potter Fantasy: It’s Racism and it’s time we accepted that, by Imran Awan — The radical right and its faith in ethnic nationalism- Tamir Bar-On — What’s Wrong with Anti-Semitism?, by Roland Clark — Anti-Muslim Hate: The Definition Problem, by Sadie Chana — The Return Of Nationalism And The Rise Of The Radical Right, by Maureen A. Eger — Concept structures and the far right, by Andreas Dafnos — Islamophobia, racism and the far-right … and the right … and the left …, by Aristotle Kallis — Right? Left? Neither? Why Radical Right Parties Reject the Politics of Left and Right, by Marta Lorimer — Right-Wing Nationalism Has Become A Collaborative International Enterprise, by Paul Stocker — 2. HISTORICAL MANIFESTATIONS OF THE RADICAL RIGHT — Eugenics: White Nationalists Continue To Turn To The False Theory Of Genetic Supremacy, by David Barnes — Searchlight on Bulldog: A Historical Case Study in UK Anti-Fascist Practice, by Paul Jackson — The British Radical Right’s Connection to the Past, by Daniel Jones — From Imperialism to Transnational White Nativism: The context of the Radical Right reaction to the “Rivers of Blood” Speech, by Liam Liburd — The Anti-Democratic Faces of Modernism, by Part One, by Henry Mead — The Anti-Democratic Faces of Modernism, by Part Two, by Henry Mead — The Postwar Radical Right, British decline and Conspiracy Theory, by Paul Stocker — Remembering the ‘Battle of Stockton’, by Dan Stone — Trump and Mussolini, by Leonard Weinberg — Babi Yar: Mass Murder in Kiev, by Chris Webb — 3. EUROPE’S RADICAL RIGHT: SOCIAL MOVEMENTS, POLITICAL PARTIES & DRIVERS — ‘Is a Style of Politics coming to Spain?’, by Carmen Aguilera-Carnerero — Towards a new ‘populist’ party? UKIP’s interim manifesto and the future of the UK radical right, by William Allchorn — “Hipster Fascists”: The Normalization Of The Radical Right Isn’t Just Happening In America, by Chris Allen — Gender, Identity, and the Radical Right, by Megan Armstrong — Are Right-Wing Voters Being Duped? Or, Why Sane People Voted Fascist, by Roland Clark — The Decline of the Left and the Populist Radical Right Surge in the Refugee Crisis, by James F. Downes — The Sweden Democrats remain deeply unpopular despite making gains, by Maureen A. Eger & Mikael Hjerm (Open Democracy) — Europe is caught in a wheel of xenophobia, by Valery Engel (Fair Observer) — Practicing the Radical Right Exit: The Case of the Völkisch Settlers, by Maik Fielitz — Fancy a show? Neo-Nazi concerts in Germany, by Bernhard Forchtner — Voting Radical Right in Western Europe “Rules of the Game”, by Terri E. Givens — What’s the Matter with Saxony?, by Hans-Georg Betz — Why We Shouldn’t Call the Far Right an Unpopular Minority, by Julian Göpffarth (Fair Observer) — Scenes of ‘civil war’? Radical right narratives on Chemnitz, by Barbara Manthe (Open Democracy) — The Rise of Fascist Fashion: Clothing helps the Far Right sell their violent message, by Cynthia Miller-Idriss (The Salon) — Myths of National Rebirth: The Case of Alternative für Deutschland, by Bernhard Forchtner & Özgür Özvatan (Fair Observer) — The appeal of populist nationalism in the age of accelerated change, by Cathrine Thorleifsson (Open Democracy) — Norway Has Failed to Combat a Climate of Hate, by Mette Wiggen (Fair Observer) — PEGIDA turns 4, by Will AfD be among the well-wishers?, by Manès Weisskircher (Open Democracy) — “Driving on the Right”: The Austrian Case, by Ruth Wodak — 4. THE US ALT-RIGHT AND RADICAL RIGHT UNDER TRUMP — From The Plantation To The Caravan: America’s History Of White Nationalism, by David Barnes (Rantt) — Reintroducing Dugin to the alt-right: Lauren Southern and Brittany Pettibone’s recent interview, by Bharath Ganesh — This Flag Is Your Flag, This Flag Is My Flag: The Alt-Right’s Appropriation of the American Flag, by Bethan Johnson — The Far Right’s Transatlantic Money Train, by Daniel Jones (Fair Observer) — Revisiting Some Recent Literature on the Alt-Right, by Rob May — The Curious Case of Daryl Davis, the Black Man Befriending Members of the KKK -Mark Potok (Daily Beast) — The Traditionalist Workers Party: It’s Not all Tweets and Likes, by Lella Nouri — Donald Trump Declares Himself a “Nationalist”, by Cathrine Thorleifsson (Fair Observer) — Donald Trump: The Odd Link between American Jews and the Alt-Right, by Leonard Weinberg (Fair Observer) — 5. THE RADICAL RIGHT BEYOND WESTERN EUROPE AND THE US — Brazil’s Bolsonaro Is The Latest Incarnation Of The Radical Right In Latin America -Tamir Bar-On (Rantt) — When Liberals Have Had Enough: A New Wave of Protests in Romania, by Roland Clark (Open Democracy) — Bolsonaro: Radical Right-Wing Populism reaches Brazil, by Juliana Chueri — Right-Wing Radicalism in the Post-Soviet Space, by Valery Engel (Fair Observer) — Hungary’s Population Crisis: More Babies and Less Migrants, by Katherine Kondor — Marching with Dabrowski: what the centenary of Polish Independence can tell us about the radical right?, by Balsa Lubarda (Open Democracy) — Is Poland the New Hub for the Radical Right?, by Rob May (Fair Observer) — Hungary and the End of Democracy, by Samuel Salzborn (Open Democracy) — Is He a Fascist? The Election of Jair Bolsonaro, by Louie Valencia-Garcia — Hindutva’s Fascination With Cattle Science, by Palak Rao — They’re Not All White, But All Alt-Patriots, by Jade Hutchinson — 6. RADICAL RIGHT TERRORISM, VIOLENCE & COUNTER-TERRORISM — The National Action Trial, Nazi Fetishism, and the Neo-folk Conundrum, by Benjamin Bland — German Right-Wing Terrorism, by Samuel Salzborn — The Radical Right’s Legitimisation of Vehicle Ramming, by Yannick David Veilleux-LePage — Reciprocal Radicalisation, by Practical Examples of Prevent Support, by Sean Arbuthnot (Radicalisation Research) — Here’s How We Should Combat Radical Right-Wing Terrorism, by William Baldet — Time to “wake up” to the threat of the radical right, by Craig McCann — Mapping the Malleability of British Values, by Natalie James — The Role of Ideology in Radical Right Violence: Lessons from America, by Katherine Parsons — The Under-Discussed Recent History Of The Radical Right Terrorism In Germany, by Barbara Manthe (Rantt) — Greece’s Problem With Radical Right Violence and the Politics of History, by Maik Fielitz — 7. SOCIAL MEDIA AND THE RADICAL RIGHT — I Was Blocked On Social Media By Tommy Robinson: Now Twitter Are Removing His Hate, by Imran Awan — Catalyst or Catharsis: Inside the DFLA Secret Facebook Groups, by William Baldet — Automated event extraction tools for the study of the far-right, by Andreas Dafnos — The Ramifications of the #IAmSoldierX Campaign, by Jacob Davey — “Just Joking” Is No Joke: How the alt-right really communicates online, by Matthew Feldman — Tech That Counters Online Islamic Extremism Must Also Focus On Right-Wing Extremism, by Bharath Ganesh (Rantt) — Analyzing YouTube “Rekt” Videos as a Vector for Radicalization, by Brian Hughes — Far-Right Hate Group ‘Britain First’ (That Trump Retweeted) Joins Extremist -Friendly Gab, by Lella Nouri & Amy Louise Watson (Rantt) — ‘Finspång’, by An Execution Meme of the Swedish Radical Right Ignites the Political Discourse, by Andreas Önnerfors — Women of the Radical Right on Facebook, by Megan Squire — 8. CARR 2018 Bibliography, by Archie Henderson.

Traverso, Enzo. The New Faces of Fascism: Populism and the Far Right. Translated from the French by David Broder. London and New York: Verso, 2019

Weyland, Kurt. Revolution and reaction: the diffusion of authoritarianism in Latin America. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2019

Zulianello, Mattia. Anti-System Parties: From Parliamentary Breakthrough to Government. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, and New York: Routledge, 2019.  Introduction, notes, and referencesChapter abstracts.


Akman, Utku.  “Rise of Right-wing Populism in Europe? The Case of Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) in Germany.”  M.A., Sabancı University, 2019.  Full text.

Andersen, Fredrik Bakke.  “Voices from the Front: An ethnography study of the French radical right in Gard département.”  Master thesis, University of Oslo, 2019.  Abstract.

Axelsson, Sofie Axelsson. “The Ethics of Reporting on Radical Nationalist Groups in Sweden.” Master thesis, Södertörn University, 2019. Full text.

Badalich, Savannah. “Online Radicalization of White Women to Organized White Supremacy.” M.A., Columbia University, 2019. Full text.

Barmen, Viggo. “Does Refugee Migration Make Right-wing Populists More Popular? Evidence from a Swedish Refugee Dispersal Program.” M.S., Uppsala University, 2019. Full text.

Barry, Yahya.  “Feeling at Home and Seeing the Other Side: Muslim Responses to Right-Wing Populism.”  Ph.D., University of Edinburgh, 2019.  Full text.

Bell, Flora. “Liberal Values for Illiberal Ends: The employment of women’s rights in the anti-immigration discourse of the French and German far right.” M.A., Universiteit Leiden, 2019. Full text.

Bernerstedt, Martin. “Unintentionally Helping the Radical Right?: A Study on the Swedish Established Parties’ Articulation on the Immigration Issue and the Electoral Support for the Swedish Radical Right.” Master’s thesis, Uppsala University, 2019. Full text.

Birch, M. K. Sam.  “White Rabbit. The logic and proportion of conspiracy theory videos on YouTube: a Foucauldian discourse analysis.”  MA, Malmö universitet, 2019.  Full text.

Bredenberg, Malin. “Staging Appeal? A longitudinal study of the Sweden Democrat’s programmatic development, between 1989 and 2014.” Master’s thesis, Lund University, 2019. Full text.

Christensen, Mette, and Nina Svane Bruhn. “‘They should stay in the neighboring regions where their culture is’ – A study of inclusion and exclusion through nationalism and racialization in the Danish immigration debate.” Master programme thesis, Aalborg University, 2019. Full text.

Chung, Derrek Aaran. “What Creates Hate? Examining the Motivations of Right-Wing Hate Groups in 2017.” Masters thesis, Georgetown University, 2019. Document preview.

Cogoni, Federica. “Populist Communication Strategies by Italian Leaders on Social Networks.” Master’s thesis, Tallinn University of Technology, 2019. Full text.

Crawford, Emma. “The European Migrant Crisis and Rise of Right-Wing Populism: Does Political Affiliation Determine Anti-Refugee Attitudes?” M.P.P., Georgetown University, 2019.  Abstract.

DeCook, Julia Rose.  “Curating the Future: The Sustainability Practices of Online Hate Groups.”  Ph.D., Michigan State University, 2019.  Document preview.

DeLeon, Andrew S. “Martin Dies Jr., the House Un-American Activities Committee, and Racial Discrimination in Mid-Century America.” M.A., Sam Houston State University, 2019. Full text.

Dia, Hussein Adam.  “Wir holen uns unser land zurück! Right-wing populism in the German party system 1989-93 & 2014-18.”  Master thesis, Rijksuniversiteit Leiden, 2019.  Full text.

Duregård, Agnes. “Political Climate?: How Environmental Attitudes Relates to Support for Radical Right-Wing Parties in the Nordic Countries.”  Master thesis, Uppsala University, 2019.  Abstract.

Fernández Marcos, David.  “To Stay or to Go? How European right-wing populist parties are adjusting to the post-Brexit era public opinion.”  Master’s Degree, Lund University, 2019.  Full text.

Gleiser, Anna. “Why do Host Populations Turn against Refugees? The Role of Knowledge Deficit and Relative Deprivation in Anti-Refugee Mobilisation.” Master Thesis, Uppsala University, 2019. Full text.

Hamrick, David. “Why Now? A Chronological Analysis of Right-Wing Electoral Outcomes in Germany: 1998 – Present.” M.A., University of Colorado, 2019. Document preview.

Hedlund, Laura Asperholm. “Identifying and Understanding Anti-Immigration Disinformation: A case study of the 2018 Swedish national elections.” Master’s Thesis, Swedish Defence University, 2019. Full text.

Hwang, Injeong. “Foundation for Success: Radical Right Populist Parties’ Strategic Use of the European Parliament.” Ph.D., University at Albany, State University of New York, 2019. Document preview.

Ibaid, Taha. “The Waging of a Virtual War against Islam: An Assessment of How Post-9/11 War-themed Video Games Stereotype Muslims.” Master of Arts in Criminology, University of Ontario Institute of Technology, 2019. Full text.

Jampierre, Killian. “Islamophobia in France: A Struggle Between Religious and National Identity.” M.A., Brandeis University, 2019. Full text.

Jarosak, Daniel Robert.  “Euroscepticism and EKRE: how nativism influences the Euroscepticism of Estonia’s largest populist radical right party.”  Master’s thesis, University of Tartu, 2019.  Full text.

Johnston, Andrew Hammond. “Identifying Extremism in Text Using Deep Learning.” M.S., Fordham University, 2019. Document preview.

Kennedy, Colleen M.  “Evaluating U.S. Counterterrorism Policy on Domestic Terrorism Using the Global Terrorism Database.”  Ph.D., Walden University, 2019.  Document preview.

LaMontagne, Tamara. “Psychosocial Differences in Far Right, Far Left, Islamic, and Single Issue Lone Extremists.” Ph.D., Walden University, 2019. Full text.

Lane, Nima. “What We Expected from Nazism: Hermann Rauschning and Danzig’s Interwar Radical Right (l918-1942).” M.A., Eastern Illinois University, 2019. Full text.

Larsson, Victor. “Mixed Coalitions and the Populist Radical Right: Evidence from Swedish Local Elections.” Master’s Thesis, Uppsala University, 2019. Full text.

Lindholm, Markus.  “Representations of Muslims and Islam in Perussuomalainen, the Newsletter of the (True) Finns Party.”  Master of Arts, Lund University, 2019.  Full text.

Lindquist, Tua. “Discursive Identity Construction in Populism: A Case Study on Fidesz and PiS.” Master’s Thesis, Uppsala University, 2019. On the Polish Law and Justice Party (Prawo i Sprawiedliwość, PiS) and the Hungarian Hungarian Civic Alliance (Magyar Polgári Szövetség, Fidesz). Full text.

Lygren, Sofia Slang.  “Cumulative extremism: a misguided narrative? Comparing interactions between anti-Islamists and radical Islamists in Norway and the UK.”  Master’s Thesis, University of Oslo, 2019.  Full text.

Mangurkar, Isha. “Technology, Right Wing, and Feminism: A Discursive Study.” M.S., International Institute of Information Technology, 2019. Full text.

Massey, Zachary Brock. “The Solace of Extremism: An Examination of Existential Motivation and the Persuasiveness of Extreme Groups.” Ph.D., University of Oklahoma, 2019. Full text.

Mkerenga, Elizabeth Neema. “An Assessment of the threat of Right-Wing Populism in the European Parliament.” Master’s Thesis, Linnæus University, 2019. Full text.

Muleta, Mimmi.  “The Anti-Immigrant Emigrant: Explaining Radical Right Party Voting among Expatriate Swedes.”  Master thesis, Göteborgs universitet, 2019.  Full text and here.

Nørbech, Idunn Johanne Bjøve. “The Winner Takes It All: Investigating the Incumbency Effect for the Progress Party on the Norwegian Municipal Level.” Master thesis, The University of Bergen, 2019. Abstract.

Peterson, Max. “Policy Dimensions and the Center-Right: A study of the center-right in Spain and Sweden.” Master thesis, University of Gothenburg, 2019. On the Spanish parties Ciudadanos (Cs) and the Partido Popular (PP) and the Swedish parties Centerpartiet (C), Kristdemokraterna (KD), Liberalerna (L), and Moderaterna (M). Full text.

Pineda, Sasha.  “Ill-Conceived Notions of Digital Humans: An inquiry of speech habits in neopolitical YouTube.”  MA, University College Cork, 2019.   Comparing two neopolitical YouTubers closely associated with left- and right-wing political stances: ContraPoints and Stefan Molyneux, respectively.  Full text.

Schulte-Cloos, Julia. “European integration and the surge of the populist radical right.” Ph.D., European University Institute, 2019. Full text.

Skowronski, Donald. “The Red Scare in Hollywood and Washington: A Comparative Analysis of Investigating Communist Infiltration According to the House and Senate.” Ph.D., Southern Connecticut State University, 2019. Document preview.

Smith, Sabrina. “Après nous, le déluge: Conservative media’s xenophobic storytelling in the United Kingdom, USA and France.” Master thesis, Uppsala University, 2019. Full text.

Stalker, Kira.  “The Fracturing of the Alt Right: Conflicting Online Discourses of White Nationalist Communities.”  M.A., George Mason University, 2019.  Full text.

Szabó-Jilek, Nóra. “Jihadist and Violent Right-Wing Extremist Discourses: Why is There a Difference in Policy Responses?” M.A., Universiteit Leiden, 2019. Full text.

Varga, Tímea. “Europe Rising (Again): A Comparative Study of the Dynamics and Types of Modern European Nationalisms, 1989-2018.” Ph.D., University of Southern Mississippi, 2019. Full text.

Vaughan, Kenneth R. “Religion, Anti-Immigrant Sentiment, and Attitudes toward Democracy: An Evaluation of a Changing Europe.” Ph.D., Baylor University, 2019. Document preview.

Walke, Denise.  “Hostility Towards Immigration in Europe: Examining the Role of Mass-Elite Relations and the Context of Public Salience.”  M.S., University of Texas at Dallas, 2019.  Full text.


Abraham, Judson. “Just Transitions in a Dual Labor Market: Right Wing Populism and Austerity in the German Energiewende.” Journal of Labor and Society, First published: 10 July 2019. Abstract.

Ackerman, Gary A., and Michael Burnham. “Towards a Definition of Terrorist Ideology.” Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 22 Apr. 2019. Proposing a definition of terrorist ideology as “a violent adversarial ideology which explicitly permits the use of terrorism” based on proposed definitions of ideology, adversarial ideology, and terrorism. Abstract and funding.

Adam, Silke, Thomas Häussler, Hannah Schmid-Petri, and Ueli Reber. “Coalitions and counter-coalitions in online contestation: An analysis of the German and British climate change debate.” New Media & Society, First Published June 19, 2019. Abstract.

Ádám, Zoltán. “Explaining Orbán: A Political Transaction Cost Theory of Authoritarian Populism.” Problems of Post-Communism, Published online: 19 Aug. 2019. Full text and here and here.

Adamson, Göran. “Why Do Right-Wing Populist Parties Prosper? Twenty-One Suggestions to the Anti-Racist.” Society, First Online: 6 February 2019. Full text.

“After Christchurch: Global Perspectives on Far Right Terrorism” [special issue]: Journal of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism 13.3 (2019).  Contents: Understanding and Responding to Right Wing Terrorism, by Jessie Blackbourn, Nicola McGarrity, and Kent Roach, 183-190, first page — Christchurch in the Context of New Zealand Terrorism and Right Wing Extremism, by John Battersby and Rhys Ball, 191-207, abstract — Australian Right Wing Extremist Ideology: Exploring Narratives of Nostalgia and Nemesis, by Kristy Campion, 208-226, abstract — Domestic Terrorism and Hate Crimes: Legal Definitions and Media Framing of Mass Shootings in the United States, by Helen Taylor, 227-244, abstract — Anti-Government Rage: Understanding, Identifying and Responding to the Sovereign Citizen Movement in Australia, by Daniel Baldino and Kosta Lucas, 245-261, abstract — Countering Right-Wing Extremism: Lessons From Germany and Norway, by Keiran Hardy, 262-279, abstract and funding — Law, State and Right-Wing Extremism in India, by Ujjwal Kumar Singh, 280-297, abstract.

Ågerup, Karl. “The Political Reception of Michel Houellebecq’s Submission.” European Review, Published online: 10 July 2019. Abstract and references.

Ågerup, Karl, and Göran Larsson. “The Use and Understanding of Michel Houellebecq’s Novel Submission in Today’s Europe: Introduction.” European Review, Published online: 9 July 2019. First page and references.

Aharoni, Sarai B., and Élise Féron. “National populism and gendered vigilantism: The case of the Soldiers of Odin in Finland.” Cooperation and Conflict, First Published May 30, 2019. Abstract.

Alizadeh, Meysam, Ingmar Weber, Claudio Cioffi-Revilla, Santo Fortunato, and Michael Macy. “Psychology and morality of political extremists: evidence from Twitter language analysis of alt-right and Antifa.” EPJ Data Science (2019) 8:17. Full text and here and here and here and here.

Alkiviadou, Natalie. “Challenging the Far-Right in Greece: A Critical Assessment of the Legal Framework.” Kritische Vierteljahresschrift für Gesetzgebung und Rechtswissenschaft 102.2 (2019): 151-186.  Abstract.

Allchorn, William. “Political Responses to Anti-Islamic Protest: Responses, Rationales and Role Evaluations.” British Politics, First Online: 28 September 2019.  Proposing a typology and overview of responses issued by local politicians towards both the English Defence League (EDL) and Britain First.  Abstract and references.

Allen, Chris. “The Football Lads Alliance and Democratic Football Lad’s Alliance: an insight into the dynamism and diversification of Britain’s counter-jihad movement.” Social Movement Studies, Published online: 14 Mar. 2019. Abstract.

Allen, Chris, Arshad Isakjee, and Özlem Ögtem-Young.  “Counter-Extremism, PREVENT and the Extreme Right Wing: Lessons Learned and Future Challenges.” LIAS Working Paper Series (University of Leicester) 2 (2019).  Full text and here and here and here.

Almeida, Dimitri. “Cultural Retaliation: The Cultural Policies of the ‘New’ Front National.” International Journal of Cultural Policy 25.3 (Apr. 2019): 269-281. Abstract.

Amengay, Abdelkarim, and Daniel Stockemer. “The Radical Right in Western Europe: A Meta-Analysis of Structural Factors.” Political Studies Review 17.1 (February 2019): 30-40. Full text and here and here and here and here.

Anastasiou, Michaelangelo. “Of Nation and People: The Discursive Logic of Nationalist Populism.” Javnost – The Public, Published online: 19 May 2019. Abstract.

Anievas, Alexander, and Richard Saull. “Reassessing the Cold War and the Far-Right: Fascist Legacies and the Making of the Liberal International Order after 1945.” International Studies Review, Published: 16 February 2019. Abstract.

Antonio, Robert J. “Reactionary Tribalism Redux: Right-Wing Populism and De-Democratization.” The Sociological Quarterly, Published online: 22 Apr. 2019. Abstract.

Antunes, Ricardo. “The Preemptive Counterrevolution and the Rise of the Far Right in Brazil.”  Translated by Lisa B. Santana. Monthly Review 71.3 (July-August 2019): 89-103.  Full text.

Antunes de Oliveira, Felipe. “The rise of the Latin American far-right explained: dependency theory meets uneven and combined development.” Globalizations, Published online: 22 Feb. 2019. Abstract.

Arora, Maneesh. “Immigrant Opposition in a Changing National Demographic.” Political Research Quarterly, First Published February 9, 2019. Abstract.

Arzheimer, Kai. “Conceptual Confusion is Not Always a Bad Thing – The Curious Case of European Radical Right Studies.” Demokratie und Entscheidung: Beiträge zur Analytischen Politischen Theorie, edited by Karl Marker, Annette Schmitt, and Jürgen Sirsch. Wiesbaden: Springer Fachmedien, 2019. 23-40. Chapter abstract, first two pages, and references.

Arzheimer, Kai, and Carl C. Berning. “How the Alternative for Germany (AfD) and their voters veered to the radical right, 2013-2017.” Electoral Studies 60 (August 2019). Full text.

Askanius, Tina. “Studying the Nordic Resistance Movement: three urgent questions for researchers of contemporary neo-Nazis and their media practices.” Media, Culture & Society, First Published February 15, 2019. Abstract.

Ausserladscheider, Valentina. “Beyond economic insecurity and cultural backlash: Economic nationalism and the rise of the far right.” Sociology Compass, First published: 13 February 2019. Abstract.

Avanza, Martina. “Using a Feminist Paradigm (Intersectionality) to Study Conservative Women: The Case of Pro-life Activists in Italy.” Politics & Gender, Published online: 7 June 2019. Abstract and references.

Ayerbe Linares, Miguel. “The Volk (‘people’) and its modes of representation by Alternative für Deutschland- AfD (‘Alternative for Germany’).” Imagining the Peoples of Europe: Populist discourses across the political spectrum. Edited by Jan Zienkowski and Ruth Breeze. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2019. 285-314. Chapter abstract and references.

Ayoub, Phillip M., and Douglas Page. “When Do Opponents of Gay Rights Mobilize? Explaining Political Participation in Times of Backlash against Liberalism.”  Political Research Quarterly, First Published June 11, 2019. Full text and here and here.

Azeez, Govand Khalid. “Decoding Islamophobia in Contemporary Society: The Case of Houellebecq.” Continuum, Published online: 28 Sept. 2019.  Abstract.

Backes, Uwe. “Banning political parties in a democratic constitutional state: the second NPD ban proceedings in a comparative perspective.” Patterns of Prejudice 53.2 (2019): 136-151. On Nationaldemokratische Partei Deutschlands (NPD), a German right-wing extremist party. Abstract.

Backhaus, Insa, Shiho Kino, Giuseppe La Torre, and Ichiro Kawachi. “Right-Wing Populism and Self-Rated Health in Europe: A Multilevel Analysis.” Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, Published Online First: 25 September 2019.  Abstract.

Backman, Jussi. “A Russian Radical Conservative Challenge to the Liberal Global Order: Aleksandr Dugin.” Contestations of Liberal Order: The West in Crisis? Edited by Marko Lehti, Henna-Riikka Pennanen, and Jukka Jouhki. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020 (ebook available 2019). 289-314. Chapter abstract and references.

Baele, Stephane J. “Conspiratorial Narratives in Violent Political Actors’ Language.” Journal of Language and Social Psychology, First Published August 12, 2019. Abstract.

Baele, Stephane J., Lewys Brace, and Travis G. Coan. “From ‘Incel’ to ‘Saint’: Analyzing the Violent Worldview behind the 2018 Toronto Attack.” Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 2 Aug. 2019. On Alek Minassian’s van attack in Toronto (2018) and Elliot Rodger’s school shooting in Isla Vista (2014). .Abstract.

Balci, Ali, and Filiz Cicioglu. “Turkey in the Discourse of European Far Right: The Uses and Abuses of Turkey’s Membership Process for a Counter-Hegemony.” Journal of Contemporary European Studies, Published online: 10 Oct. 2019.  Abstract.

Baldini, Gianfranco, and Matteo Fabio Nels Giglioli. “Italy 2018: The Perfect Populist Storm?” Parliamentary Affairs, Published: 30 January 2019. On the Lega and the Five-Star Movement. Abstract.

Balorda, Jasna. “Denmark: The Rise of Fascism and the Decline of the Nordic Model.” Social Policy and Society 18.1 (Jan. 2019): 133-145.  Full text.

Bangstad, Sindre, Bjørn Enge Bertelsen, and Heiko Henkel (eds.). With Douglas Holmes, Don Kalb, Nitzan Shoshan, and Cathrine M. Thorleifsson. “The politics of affect: Perspectives on the rise of the far-right and right-wing populism in the West.” Focaal: Journal of Global and Historical Anthropology 83.1 (Spring 2019): 98-113. Based on the transcript of a roundtable on the rise of the far-right and right-wing populism held at the AAA Annual Meeting in 2017. Full text and here and here.

Banteka, Nadia. “The Rise of the Extreme Right and the Crime of Terrorism: Ideology, Mobilization, and the Case of Golden Dawn.” 29 Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law 127-163 (2019). Full text.

Barber, Michael, and Jeremy C. Pope. “Conservatism in the Era of Trump.” Perspectives on Politics 17.3 (Sept. 2019): 719-736. Full text and here.

Barisione, Mauro. “When Ethnic Prejudice Is Political: An Experiment in Beliefs and Hostility toward Immigrant out-Groups in Italy.” Italian Political Science Review / Rivista Italiana di Scienza Politica, Published online: 17 September 2019.  Abstract and references.

Bassini, Marco. “Rise of Populism and the Five Star Movement Model: An Italian Case Study.” Italian Journal of Public Law 11.1 (2019): 302-333. Full text.

Batten, Hannah. “Rhetoric of the Far Right: A Rhetorical Analysis of Donald Trump and Viktor Orbán.” The Review: A Journal of Undergraduate Student Research (St. John Fisher College) 20 (2019): 1-11. Full text.

Baugut, Philip, and Katharina Neumann. “How Right-Wing Extremists Use and Perceive News Media:” Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 96.3 (September 2019): 696-720.  Abstract.

Becker, Michael H. “When Extremists Become Violent: Examining the Association Between Social Control, Social Learning, and Engagement in Violent Extremism.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Published online: 11 June 2019. Applying social control theory and social learning theory to investigate hypotheses relating to the use of violence among a sample of 1,757 domestic extremists spanning four ideologies (Far Right, Far Left, Islamist, and Single Issue) included in PIRUS, a cross-sectional dataset. Abstract and notes.

Beiner, Ronald. “The Plague of Bannonism.” Critical Review, Published online: 15 Oct 2019.  Abstract.

Béland, Daniel. “Right-Wing Populism and the Politics of Insecurity: How President Trump Frames Migrants as Collective Threats.” Political Studies Review, First Published July 26, 2019. Abstract.

Bennett, Sam. “Standing up for ‘Real People’: UKIP, the Brexit, and discursive strategies on Twitter.” Imagining the Peoples of Europe: Populist discourses across the political spectrum. Edited by Jan Zienkowski and Ruth Breeze. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2019. 229-256. Chapter abstract and references.

Benton, Bond, and Daniela Peterka-Benton. “Hating in Plain Sight: The Hatejacking of Brands by Extremist Groups.” Public Relations Inquiry, First Published July 21, 2019. Abstract.

Berezin, Mabel. “Fascism and Populism: Are They Useful Categories for Comparative Sociological Analysis?” Annual Review of Sociology Vol. 45, Review in Advance first posted online on May 1, 2019. Abstract.

Berg, Heléne, Matz Dahlberg, and Kåre Vernby. “Post-WWI military disarmament and interwar fascism in Sweden.” Historical Methods: A Journal of Quantitative and Interdisciplinary History, Published online: 26 Jan. 2019. Abstract.

Bergman, Matthew E., and Henry Flatt. “Issue Diversification: Which Niche Parties Can Succeed Electorally by Broadening Their Agenda?” Political Studies, First Published July 30, 2019.  Abstract. Supplemental material.

Berlet, Chip, and Spencer Sunshine. “Rural rage: the roots of right-wing populism in the United States.” The Journal of Peasant Studies 46.3 (2019): 480-513.  Full text and here and here.

Berman, Sheri, and Maria Snegovaya. “Populism and the Decline of Social Democracy.” Journal of Democracy 30.3 (July 2019): 5-19. Abstract and first page.

Bernat, Ignasi, and David Whyte. “Postfascism in Spain: The Struggle for Catalonia:” Critical Sociology, First Published September 11, 2019.  Abstract.

Bernhard, Laurent, and Hanspeter Kriesi. “Populism in election times: a comparative analysis of 11 countries in Western Europe.” West European Politics, Published online: 8 May 2019. Abstract. Online Appendix and here.

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 31.1 (Mar. 2019): 93-120. Abstract.

Best, Robin E. “Do Radical Right-Wing Populist Parties in the Legislature Affect Representation in Government? A Cross-National Analysis.” Representation, Published online: 28 July 2019.  Abstract.

Bettache, Karim, and Chi-Yue Chiu. “The Invisible Hand is an Ideology: Toward a Social Psychology of Neoliberalism.” Journal of Social Issues, First published: 14 February 2019. Abstract.

Betz, Hans-Georg. “Facets of nativism: a heuristic exploration.” Patterns of Prejudice 53.2 (2019): 111-135. Full text and here and here.

Bevensee, Emmi, and Alexander Reid Ross. “The Alt-Right and Global Information Warfare.” 2018 IEEE International Conference on Big Data (Big Data). Published online: 24 January 2019. Abstract and references.

Bialasiewicz, Luiza, and Sabrina Stallone. “Focalizing New-Fascism: Right Politics and Integralisms in Contemporary Italy.” Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space, First Published August 29, 2019.  Focusing on CasaPound, an active Italian far-right movement.  Full text and here and here.

Biard, Benjamin. “How do radical right populist parties influence resurging debates over the stripping of citizenship?” International Political Science Review, First Published January 22, 2019. Abstract.

Biard, Benjamin. “The Influence of Radical Right Populist Parties on Law and Order Policy-Making.” Policy Studies 40.1 (Jan. 2019): 40-57. Abstract and funding.

Bieling, Hans-Jürgen. “Rise of right-wing populism in the Europe of today – outlines of a sociotheoretical exploration.” Culture, Practice & Europeanization 4.1 (2019): 78-91. Full text.

Bischof, Daniel, and Markus Wagner. “Do Voters Polarize When Radical Parties Enter Parliament?” American Journal of Political Science, First published: 31 July 2019. Abstract.

Biskamp, Floris. “A great variety of transformations – and populisms.” Culture, Practice & Europeanization 4.1 (2019): 92-102. Full text.

Bland, Benjamin. “Holocaust inversion, anti-Zionism and British neo-fascism: the Israel–Palestine conflict and the extreme right in post-war Britain.” Patterns of Prejudice 53.1 (2019): 86-97. Abstract.

Blassnig, Sina, Florin Büchel, Nicole Ernst, and Sven Engesser. “Populism and Informal Fallacies: An Analysis of Right-Wing Populist Rhetoric in Election Campaigns.” Argumentation 33.1 (Mar. 2019): 107-136. Abstract and references.

Bleakley, Paul. “Days of Alt-Rage: Using the Weatherman Movement to Deconstruct the Radicalisation of the Alt-Right.” Contemporary Politics, Published online: 9 Sept. 2019.  Abstract.

Bliuc, Ana-Maria, John Betts, Matteo Vergani, Muhammad Iqbal, and Kevin Dunn. “Collective identity changes in far-right online communities: The role of offline intergroup conflict.” New Media & Society, First Published March 3, 2019. An analysis of over 14 years of online communication between members of Stormfront Downunder, the Australian sub-forum of the global white supremacist community Abstract.

Bloch, Katrina Rebecca, Tiffany Taylor, and Karen Martinez. “Playing the Race Card: White Injury, White Victimhood and the Paradox of Colour-Blind Ideology in Anti-Immigrant Discourse.” Ethnic and Racial Studies, Published online: 5 Aug. 2019. Abstract.

Blomberg, Helena, and Jonas Stier. “Flashback as a Rhetorical Online Battleground: Debating the (Dis)guise of the Nordic Resistance Movement.” Social Media + Society 5.1 (January-March 2019): 1-10. Full text.

Blum, Rachel Marie, and Christopher Sebastian Parker. “Trump-ing Foreign Affairs: Status Threat and Foreign Policy Preferences on the Right.” Perspectives on Politics 17.3 (Sept. 2019): 737-755. Full text and here.

Bobba, Giuliano. “Social media populism: features and ‘likeability’ of Lega Nord communication on Facebook.” European Political Science 18.1 (March 2019): 11-23. Full text.

Böcskei, Balázs, and Csaba Molnár. “The radical right in government? – Jobbik’s pledges in Hungary’s legislation (2010-2014).” East European Politics 35.1 (2019): 1-20. Abstract.

Bonds, Anne. “Race and Ethnicity II: White Women and the Possessive Geographies of White Supremacy.” Progress in Human Geography, First Published July 22, 2019. Abstract.

Bonikowski, Bart, Daphne Halikiopoulou, Eric Kaufmann, and Matthijs Rooduijn. “Populism and nationalism in a comparative perspective: a scholarly exchange.” Nations and Nationalism 25.1 (January 2019): 58-81. Full text and here and here.

Borrmann, Stefan. “Ethical dilemmas when working with extreme right-winged youth cultures in Germany.” The Routledge Handbook of Social Work Ethics and Values. Edited by Stephen M. Marson and Robert E. McKinney. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, and New York: Routledge, 2019. Chapter abstract.

Bos, Linda, Christian Schemer, Nicoleta Corbu, Michael Hameleers, Ioannis Andreadis, Anne Schulz, Desirée Schmuck, Carsten Reinemann, and Nayla Fawzi. “The effects of populism as a social identity frame on persuasion and mobilisation: Evidence from a 15-country experiment.” European Journal of Political Research, First published: 7 May 2019. Abstract.

Bosilkov, Ivo.  “Media populism in Macedonia: Right-wing populist style in the coverage of the ‘migrant crisis.'”  Central European Journal of Communication 12.2 [no. 23] (2019): 206-223.  Full text.

Botelho, Austin. “The Short End of the Stick: Income Inequality and Populist Sentiment in Europe.” Issues in Political Economy: Undergraduate Student Research in Economics 28.1 (May 2019): 39-78. Full text.

Braghiroli, Stefano, and Vassilis Petsinis. “Between party-systems and identity-politics: the populist and radical right in Estonia and Latvia.” European Politics and Society, Published online: 4 Feb. 2019. Full text and here and here.

Braune, Joan. “The Outsider as Insider: Steve Bannon, Fourth Turnings, and the Neo-Fascist Threat.” Spectres of Fascism. Edited by Stephen Collis and Samir Gandesha. London: Pluto Press, 2019, forthcoming. Full text.

Braune, Joan.  “Void and Idol: A Critical Theory Analysis of the Neo-fascist ‘Alt-Right.'” Journal of Hate Studies 15.1 (2019): 11-37.  Full text and here and here.

Breeze, Ruth. “Emotion in politics: Affective-discursive practices in UKIP and Labour.” Discourse & Society 30.1 (January 2019): 24-43. Full text.

Brown, Jeremy Phillip. “From Nacionalista Anti-Kabbalistic Polemic to Aryan Kabbalah in the Southern Cone.” The Journal of Religion 99.3 (July 2019): 341-360. Profiles of Julio Meinvielle and Miguel Serrano.  Full text.

Brown, Katy. “When Eurosceptics Become Europhiles: Far-Right Opposition to Turkish Involvement in the European Union.” Identities, Published online: 20 May 2019.  On the contemporary construction of Turkey as a dangerous ‘other’ by far-right parties in the United Kingdom (UKIP) and France (FN/RN).  Abstract and funding.

Brubaker, Rogers. “Populism and nationalism.” Nations and Nationalism, First published: 29 April 2019. Full text.

Bubolz, Bryan F., and Pete Simi. “The Problem of Overgeneralization: The Case of Mental Health Problems and U.S. Violent White Supremacists.” American Behavioral Scientist, First Published February 28, 2019. Abstract.

Budd, Brian. “The Populist Radical Right Goes Canadian: An Analysis of Kellie Leitch’s Failed 2016-2017 Conservative Party of Canada Leadership Campaign.” Populism and World Politics: Exploring Inter- and Transnational Dimensions. Edited by Frank A. Stengel, David B. MacDonald, and Dirk Nabers. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019. 137-163. Chapter abstract and references.

Burgoon, Brian, Sam van Noort, Matthijs Rooduijn, and Geoffrey Underhill. “Positional Deprivation and Support for Radical Right and Radical Left Parties.” Economic Policy 34.97 (Jan. 2019): 49-93. Full text and here and here and here.

Burni Pereira Gomes, Aline. “Extreme right parties in Europe today: definition and electoral performance.” Revista Estudos Políticos 9.1 (2019): 124-141. Full text.

Burston, Adam, and France Winddance Twine. “White supremacy in the Trump era: University students and alt-right activism on college campuses.” The Intersections of Whiteness. Edited by Evangelia Kindinger and Mark Schmitt. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, and New York: Routledge, 2019.  Chapter abstract.

Busher, Joel, Gareth Harris, and Graham Macklin. “Chicken Suits and Other Aspects of Situated Credibility Contests: Explaining Local Trajectories of Anti-Minority Activism.” Social Movement Studies 18.2 (Mar. 2019): 193-214.  Abstract and funding.

Busher, Joel, Donald Holbrook, and Graham Macklin. “Explaining non- or limited escalation of violence: The role of ‘internal brakes.'” CREST Security Review 9 (Spring 2019). Full text and here.

Busher, Joel, Donald Holbrook, and Graham Macklin. “The internal brakes on violent escalation: a typology.” Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression 11.1 (2019): 3-25. Includes a case study of the British extreme right during the 1990s. Abstract.

Bustikova, Lenka, David S. Siroky, Saud Alashri, and Sultan Alzahrani. “Predicting Partisan Responsiveness: A Probabilistic Text Mining Time-Series Approach.” Political Analysis, Published online: 21 June 2019. An assessment of a new classifier’s predictive accuracy about which political issues will elicit partisan reactions, and which will be ignored, using documents from radical right and ethnic political parties in Slovakia (2004-2014). Abstract and references.

Buzogány, Aron. “Civic Engagement, Political Participation and the Radical Right in Central and Eastern Europe.” Party Politics, First Published August 14, 2019. Abstract.

Byington, Bradley. “Antisemitic Conspiracy Theories and Violent Extremism on the Far Right: A Public Health Approach to Counter-Radicalization.” Journal of Contemporary Antisemitism 2.1 (Spring 2019). Abstract and references.

Caiani, Manuela. “The Rise and Endurance of Radical Right Movements.” Current Sociology, First Published September 12, 2019.  Abstract.

Çakmak, Erdinç, and Laura Gorlero. “The PEGIDA movement and social conflict in Dresden, Germany. An investigation of the impacts of far-right populism on tourism in Europe.” Tourism and Hospitality in Conflict-Ridden Destinations. Edited by Rami K. Isaac, Erdinç Çakmak, and Richard Butler. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, and New York: Routledge, 2019. 153-167. Chapter abstract.

Campedelli, Gian Maria, Iain Cruickshank, and Kathleen M. Carley. “A Complex Networks Approach to Find Latent Clusters of Terrorist Groups.” Applied Network Science 4.1 (December 2019), article 59. Full text and here and here.

Campion, Kristy. “A ‘Lunatic Fringe’? The Persistence of Right Wing Extremism in Australia.” Perspectives on Terrorism 13.2 (April 2019): 2-20. Full text.

Cannon, Barry. “Characterization, Strategies, and Objectives of the Latin American Right.” Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics, Sept. 2019. Summary.

Caramani, Daniele, and Luca Manucci. “National past and populism: the re-elaboration of fascism and its impact on right-wing populism in Western Europe.” West European Politics, Published online: 29 May 2019.  Full text and here and here.

Caricati, Luca. “Evidence of decreased system justification among extreme conservatives in non-American samples.” The Journal of Social Psychology, Published online: 24 Jan. 2019. Abstract.

Carlsson, Christoffer, Amir Rostami, Hernan Mondani, Joakim Sturup, Jerzy Sarnecki, and Christofer Edling. “A Life-Course Analysis of Engagement in Violent Extremist Groups.” The British Journal of Criminology, Published: 9 August 2019. A study based on life history interviews with individuals who have participated in violent extremism, including Islamic extremism, right-wing extremism, and left-wing extremism. Abstract.

Caro, Isaac. “Islamophobia in the First Decades of the Twenty-first Century: Observations from Latin America’s Southern Cone.” Translated by Carlos Pérez. Latin American Perspectives 46.3 (May 2019): 13-25.  Full text and here and here.

Carvalho, João. “Mainstream Party Strategies Towards Extreme Right Parties: The French 2007 and 2012 Presidential Elections.” Government and Opposition 54.2 (April 2019): 365-386. Full text and here.

CASIS Vancouver. “Yellow Vests, Right-Wing Extremism and the Threat to Canadian Democracy.” The Journal of Intelligence, Conflict, and Warfare 1.3 (2019). Full text.

Castelli Gattinara, Pietro, and Samuel Bouron. “Extreme-right communication in Italy and France: political culture and media practices in CasaPound Italia and Les Identitaires.” Information, Communication & Society, Published online: 18 June 2019. Abstract.

Cavaille, Charlotte, and John Marshall. “Education and Anti-Immigration Attitudes: Evidence from Compulsory Schooling Reforms across Western Europe.” American Political Science Review 113.1 (Feb. 2019): 254-263.  Abstract and referencesOnline Appendix. Dataset.

Cavallaro, Matteo, and Massimo Angelo Zanetti. “Divided We Stand: Attitudes, Social Classes, and Voting for the Radical Right after the Great Recession in Europe.” Ethnic and Racial Studies, Published online: 23 Jan. 2019. Abstract.

Charalambous, Giorgos, and Panos Christoforou. “Far-Right Extremism and Populist Rhetoric: Greece and Cyprus during an Era of Crisis.” South European Society and Politics, Published online: 15 Jan. 2019. Abstract and funding.

Charvát, Jan. “The Role and Importance of White Power Music in Shaping the Far Right in the Czech Republic.” Popular Music in Communist and Post-Communist Europe. Edited By Jan Blüml, Yvetta Kajanová and Rüdiger Ritter. Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Warszawa, Wien: Peter Lang, 2019. 241-251. Full text.

Chaudhry, Irfan, and Anatoliy Gruzd. “Expressing and Challenging Racist Discourse on Facebook: How Social Media Weaken the ‘Spiral of Silence’ Theory.” Policy & Internet, First published: 7 January 2019. An analysis of 51,991 public comments posted to 119 news stories about race, racism, or ethnicity on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation News Facebook page. Abstract.

Cherney, Adrian, and Emma Belton. “Evaluating Case-Managed Approaches to Counter Radicalization and Violent Extremism: An Example of the Proactive Integrated Support Model (PRISM) Intervention.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Published online: 8 Mar 2019. Full text.

Chichon, Jagon P. “(Mis) Leading Britain’s Conversation: The Cultivation of Consent on the Nigel Farage Radio Phone-in Show.” Discourse & Communication, First Published September 23, 2019.  Abstract.

Cholakov, Petar. “The Bulgarian Populist Radical Right: Representatives, Origins, Ideology, Development and Prospects.” Социологически Проблеми / Sociological Problems 51, special issue (2019): 141-158. Abstract.

Choma, Becky, Gordon Hodson, Arvin Jagayat, and Mark R. Hoffarth. “Right-Wing Ideology as a Predictor of Collective Action: A Test Across Four Political Issue Domains.” Political Psychology, First published: 18 August 2019. Abstract. Supplementary Online Appendix.

Clark, Roland. “From Elite Pamphleteers to Social Movement Protagonists: Antisemitic Activism in 1920s Romania.” Studies on National Movements (SNM) (National movements and Intermediary Structures in Europe) 4 (2019). Full text.

Cleland, Jamie. “Charismatic Leadership in a Far-Right Movement: An Analysis of an English Defence League Message Board Following the Resignation of Tommy Robinson.” Social Identities, Published online: 26 Sept. 2019.  Analysing 1115 posts made across 67 threads on an English Defence League (EDL) message board from 5 October 2013 to 19 October 2013.  Abstract.

Cleland, Jamie, Keith Parry, and David Radford. “‘Perhaps She Only Had a Banana Available to Throw’: Habitus, Racial Prejudice and Whiteness on Australian Football League Message Boards.” Sociology of Sport Journal, June 2019. Full text and here.

Clemmow, Caitlin, Noémie Bouhana, and Paul Gill. “Analyzing Person-Exposure Patterns in Lone-Actor Terrorism.” Criminology & Public Policy, First published: 14 October 2019.  Abstract and funding.

Coffé, Hilde. “Gender, gendered personality traits and radical right populist voting.” Politics 39.2 (May 2019): 170-185. Abstract.

Cohen, Denis. “Between strategy and protest: how policy demand, political dissatisfaction and strategic incentives matter for far-right voting.” Political Science Research and Methods, Published online: 10 June 2019. Abstract and references.

Conger, Kimberly H. “The Christian Right in U.S. Politics.” Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics, Sept. 2019.  Summary.

Conley, Mark A. “Asymmetric Issue Evolution in the American Gun Rights Debate.” Social Science Research, Available online 4 July 2019. Abstract.

“Considering Conservative Women in the Gendering of Modern British Politics” [special issue]. Women’s History Review 28.2 (2019). Contents: Considering conservative women in the gendering of modern British politics, by Clarisse Berthezène and Julie V. Gottlieb, 189-193, full text; ‘Does the right hon. Gentleman mean equal votes at 21?’ Conservative women and equal franchise, 1919-1928, by Mari Takayanagi, 194-214, abstract; The Elusive Lady Apsley, by Madge Dresser, 215-235, abstract; Women in the organisation of the Conservative Party in Wales, 1945-1979, by Sam Blaxland, 236-256, abstract; Diana Spearman’s role within the post-war Conservative Party and in the ‘battle of ideas’ (1945-1965), by Stéphane Porion, 257-276, abstract; Housewives having a go: Margaret Thatcher, Mary Whitehouse and the appeal of the Right Wing Woman in late twentieth-century Britain, by Jessica Prestidge, 277-296, abstract; Free markets and feminism: the neo-liberal defence of the male breadwinner model in Britain, c. 1980-1997, by Ben Jackson, 297-316, abstract; From ‘I’m not a feminist, but?…?’ to ‘Call me an old-fashioned feminist?…?’: conservative women in parliament and feminism, 1979-2017, by David Swift, 317-336, abstract; The Iron Ladies revisited: Julie Gottlieb interview with journalist, writer and political activist Beatrix Campbell, by Julie V. Gottlieb and Beatrix Campbell, 337-349, abstract.

Costa, Sérgio, and Renata Motta. “Social Classes and the Far Right in Brazil.”  In Spite of You: Bolsonaro and the New Brazilian Resistance.  Edited by Conor Foley.  New York and London: OR Books, 2019. 103-116.  Chapter abstract.

Costello, Matthew, James Hawdon, Colin Bernatzky, and Kelly Mendes. “Social Group Identity and Perceptions of Online Hate.” Sociological Inquiry, First published: 18 March 2019. Abstract.

Cottier, Maurice. “A Messy Affair: How Historians Should Approach the History of Neoliberalism.” Journal of Modern European History, First Published October 10, 2019.  First page.

Creţan, Remus, and Thomas O’brien. “‘Get out of Traian Square!’: Roma Stigmatization as a Mobilizing Tool for the Far Right in Timisoara, Romania.” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 43.5 (2019): 833-847.  Full text and here and here.

Crewe, Ivor. “Authoritarian Populism and Brexit in the UK in Historical Perspective.” Authoritarian Populism and Liberal Democracy.  Edited by Ivor Crewe and David Sanders.  Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020 (ebook available 2019). 15-31. Abstract and references.

Crosset, Valentine, Samuel Tanner, and Aurélie Campana. “Researching far right groups on Twitter: Methodological challenges 2.0.” New Media & Society 21.4 (April 2019): 939-961. Abstract.

Crowhurst, Isabel. “‘We Should Tax Sex Workers to Fund Subsidies for Families’: Shifting Affective Registers and Enduring (Sexual) Norms in the Italian Northern League’s Approach to Prostitution.” Journal of Political Power, Published online: 18 Sept. 2019.  Abstract.

“Cultural Imaginaries of the Extreme Right” [special issue]. Patterns of Prejudice 53.3 (2019). Guest-edited by Bernhard Forchtner and Christoffer Kølvraa. Contents: Cultural imaginaries of the extreme right: an introduction, by Christoffer Kølvraa and Bernhard Forchtner, 227-235, full text and here and here; British fascism, fascist culture, British culture, by John E. Richardson, 236-252, abstract; CasaPound Italia’s cultural imaginary, by Giorgia Bulli, 253-269, abstract; Embodying ‘the Nordic race’: imaginaries of Viking heritage in the online communications of the Nordic Resistance Movement, by Christoffer Kølvraa, 270-284, abstract; Nation, nature, purity: extreme-right biodiversity in Germany, by Bernhard Forchtner, 285-301, abstract; ‘Austria First’ revisited: a diachronic cross-sectional analysis of the gender and body politics of the extreme right, by Markus Rheindorf and Ruth Wodak, 302-320, full text and here and here.

Cutts, David, Matthew Goodwin, Oliver Heath, and Caitlin Milazzo. “Resurgent Remain and a Rebooted Revolt on the Right: Exploring the 2019 European Parliament Elections in the United Kingdom.” The Political Quarterly, First published: 9 August 2019. Full text.

da Costa Silva, Khalil,  José Luis Álvaro  Ana Raquel Rosas Torres and Alicia Garrido. “Terrorist Threat, Dehumanization, and Right-Wing Authoritarianism as Predictors of Discrimination.” Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, First published: 6 September 2019.  Abstract.

D’Alimonte, Roberto. “How the Populists won in Italy.” Journal of Democracy 30.1 (January 2019): 114-127. On the nature of the Five Star Movement (M5S) and Lega (formerly the Northern League) and the reasons behind their electoral success. Abstract and first page.

Daly, Tom Gerald. “Democratic Decay: Conceptualising an Emerging Research Field.” Hague Journal on the Rule of Law, First Online: 19 February 2019. Abstract and references.

Damstra, Alyt, Laura Jacobs, Mark Boukes, and Rens Vliegenthart. “The impact of immigration news on anti-immigrant party support: unpacking agenda-setting and issue ownership effects over time.” Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, Published online: 22 Apr. 2019. Time-series analyses of the impact of immigration news on support for the Dutch Freedom Party (PVV), the Liberal Party (VVD), Labor Party (PvdA), and the Christian Democrats (CDA). Full text.

Dancygier, Rafaela, and Yotam Margalit. “The Evolution of the Immigration Debate: Evidence from a New Dataset of Party Positions Over the Last Half-Century.” Comparative Political Studies, First Published July 22, 2019. Abstract.

Das, Raju J. “Contradictions of India’s Right-wing Government and Growing Disenchantment.” Journal of Contemporary Asia 49.2 (2019): 313-328. Abstract.

Dasgupta, Swapan. “India Under Modi: The Establishment Overreacts.” Journal of Democracy 30.1 (January 2019): 91-98. Abstract and first page.

Davis, Brigit. “Violent Extremist Organizations: Past Trends and Short-Term Forecast.” Journal of Strategic Security 12.3 (2019): 37-156. Full text. Supplemental Files: Appendix A. Appendix B.

Davis, Stuart, and Joe Straubhaar. “Producing Antipetismo: Media Activism and the Rise of the Radical, Nationalist Right in Contemporary Brazil.” International Communication Gazette, First Published October 8, 2019.  Abstract.

Dawson, Michael C., and Emily A. Katzenstein. “Survey Article: Articulated Darkness: White Supremacy, Patriarchy, and Capitalism in Shelby’s Dark Ghettos.” The Journal of Political Philosophy, First published: 20 March 2019. On Tommie Shelby’s Dark Ghettos. Full text.

Day, Ronald E. “Right-Wing Populism, Information, and Knowledge.” Logeion: Filosofia da informação (Rio de Janeiro) 5.2 (mar./ago. 2019): 38-54. Full text.

De Cleen, Benjamin. “The Stage as an Arena of Politics: The Struggle between the Vlaams Blok/Belang and the Flemish City Theaters.” Communication and Discourse Theory: Collected Works of the Brussels Discourse Theory Group. Edited by Leen Van Brussel, Nico Carpentier, and Benjamin De Cleen. Bristol: Intellect, Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 2019. Abstract.

De Cleen, Benjamin, and Nico Carpentier. “Contesting the Populist Claim on ‘The People’ through Popular Culture: The 0110 Concerts versus the Vlaams Belang.” Communication and Discourse Theory: Collected Works of the Brussels Discourse Theory Group. Edited by Leen Van Brussel, Nico Carpentier, and Benjamin De Cleen. Bristol: Intellect, Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 2019. Abstract and here.

de Jonge, Léonie. “The Populist Radical Right and the Media in the Benelux: Friend or Foe?” The International Journal of Press/Politics 24.2 (April 2019): 189-209. Full text and here

de Orellana, Pablo, and Nicholas Michelsen. “Reactionary Internationalism: The Philosophy of the New Right.” Review of International Studies, Published online: 3 July 2019. Full text and here and here.

de Paula Almeida, Raissa. “Populism: New Political Parties in Europe, Governments and Ideas and their Support for a Less Integrated Europe.” L’Europe Unie / United Europe 14 (2019): 55-62 [The Growth of Populist Radical Right Parties, Their Approach and Challenges to EU Integration, 58-60]. Full text.

Decker, Oliver. “Secondary Authoritarianism – the Economy and Right-Wing Extremist Attitudes in Contemporary Germany.” Journal of Psychosocial Studies 12.1-2 (July 2019): 203-213. Full text.

Delay, Cara. “Wrong for womankind and the nation: Anti-abortion discourses in 20th-century Ireland.” Journal of Modern European History, First Published June 20, 2019. Abstract.

Delwit, Pascal. “Radical Right-Wing Parties Facing the Wall of the Local? The Vlaams Belang and Local Elections (1982-2018).” Open Journal of Political Science (OJPS) 9.4 (Sept. 2019): 631-651.  Full text and here and here and here.

Demker, Marie. “Converted by Un Confit de Canard: Political Thinking in the Novel Soumission by Michel Houellebecq.” European Review, Published online: 9 July 2019. Abstract and references.

Dennison, James. “How Issue Salience Explains the Rise of the Populist Right in Western Europe.” International Journal of Public Opinion Research, Published: 14 August 2019. Abstract.

Dennison, James, and Andrew Geddes. “A Rising Tide? The Salience of Immigration and the Rise of Anti-Immigration Political Parties in Western Europe.” The Political Quarterly 90.1 (January-March 2019): 107-116. Full text and here and here.

Dentice, Dianne.  “‘So Much for Darwin’: An Analysis of Stormfront Discussions on Race.” Journal of Hate Studies 15.1 (2019): 133-156.  Full text and here.

Deseriis, Marco. “Digital movement parties: a comparative analysis of the technopolitical cultures and the participation platforms of the Movimento 5 Stelle and the Piratenpartei.” Information, Communication & Society, Published online: 14 June 2019. Abstract and funding.

Dević, Ana. “The Eurasian Wings of Serbia: Serbian Affinities of the Russian Radical Right.”  Extremism and Violent Extremism in Serbia: 21st Century Manifestations of an Historical Challenge. Valery Perry (ed.).  Hannover: ibidem Press, 2019.  115-146.  Full text.

Dilts, Katie. “One of These Things is Not Like the Other: Federal Law’s Inconsistent Treatment of Domestic and International Terrorism.” 50 The University of the Pacific Law Review 711 (2019). Full text.

Dinas, Elias, Konstantinos Matakos, Dimitrios Xefteris, and Dominik Hangartner. “Waking Up the Golden Dawn: Does Exposure to the Refugee Crisis Increase Support for Extreme-Right Parties?” Political Analysis, Published online: 31 January 2019. Full text and here.

Doctor, Mahrukh. “Bolsonaro and the Prospects for Reform in Brazil.” Political Insight 10.2 (June 2019): 22-25. First page.

Doering, Sara, and Garth Davies. “The Contextual Nature of Right-Wing Terrorism across Nations.” Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 22 Apr. 2019. Abstract.

Donà, Alessia.  “The Populist Italian Lega from Ethno-Regionalism to Radical Right-Wing Nationalism: Backsliding Gender-Equality Policies with a Little Help from the Anti-Gender Movement.” European Journal of Politics and Gender, available online: August 19, 2019.  Full text.

Doroshenko, Larisa, Tetyana Schneider, Dmitrii Kofanov, Michael A. Xenos, Dietram A. Scheufele, and Dominique Brossard. “Ukrainian Nationalist Parties and Connective Action: An Analysis of Electoral Campaigning and Social Media Sentiments.” Information, Communication & Society 22.10 (Aug. 2019): 1376-1395.  Abstract.

Dreyer, Philipp, and Johann Bauer. “Does voter polarisation induce party extremism? The moderating role of abstention.” West European Politics, Published online: 29 Jan. 2019. On the effects of polarisation and abstention on party extremism on a dominant left-right policy dimension. Abstract.

Drolet, Jean-François, and Michael Williams. “The view from MARS: US paleoconservatism and ideological challenges to the liberal world order.” International Journal: Canada’s Journal of Global Policy Analysis, First Published March 19, 2019. On the paleoconservative vision of “middle American radicalism” (MARS) as a means to attack managerial liberalism. Abstract.

Druxes, Helga. “‘The Burqa Is Not Us (Wir sind nicht Burka)’: Strategic Islamophobia and the Mainstreaming of Nativist Appeals.” Journal of Contemporary European Studies, Published online: 14 Oct. 2019.  On the affective and economic factors that drive anti-Muslim sentiment among German populist and far right groups like Pegida and the Alternative for Germany.  Abstract.

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 5.1 (Mar. 2019): 136-142.  A response to Cofnas’ article (here).  Abstract and references.  Commented on by Simon Whitten’s Twitter thread here.

Easter, Jake. “Algorithms of Mass Destruction: The Weaponization of Social Media in the Resurgence of European Right-Wing Nationalism.” Samford Undergraduate Research Journal V (Spring 2019): 73-88. Full text.

Ebner, Julia, and Jacob Davey. “How Women Advance the Internationalization of the Far Right.” Perspectives on the future of women, gender, and violent extremism. Edited by Audrey Alexander. Washington, D.C.: The Program on Extremism at George Washington University, February 2019. 32-39. Full text.

Edo, Anthony, Yvonne Giesing, Jonathan Öztunc, and Panu Poutvaara. “Immigration and Electoral Support for the Far-Left and the Far-Right.” European Economic Review 115 (June 2019): 99-143.  Full text and here and here.

Eger, Maureen A., and Sarah Valdez. “The rise of neo-nationalism.” Europe at the Crossroads: Confronting Populist, Nationalist, and Global Challenges. Edited by Pieter Bevelander and Ruth Wodak. Lund: Nordic Academic Press, 2019. 113-134. Abstract.

Eichenberger, Pierre. “The Eternal Rebirth of the Liberal Creed: Alternative Temporalities of Swiss Neoliberalism.” Journal of Modern European History, First Published October 13, 2019.  First page.

Eksi, Betul, and Elizabeth A. Wood. “Right-Wing Populism as Gendered Performance: Janus-Faced Masculinity in the Leadership of Vladimir Putin and Recep T. Erdogan.” Theory and Society, First Online: 16 September 2019.  Abstract and references and here.

Ellinas, Antonis A., and Iasonas Lamprianou. “Far right activism and electoral outcomes.” Party Politics 25.3 (May 2019): 448-460. How the local activism of the Golden Dawn, a Greek far right party, affected its electoral performance. Abstract.

Enders, Adam M., and Steven M. Smallpage. “Who Are Conspiracy Theorists? A Comprehensive Approach to Explaining Conspiracy Beliefs.” Social Science Quarterly, First published: 6 August 2019. Full text and here and here and here.

Engler, Sarah, and David Weisstanner. “Income Inequality, Status Decline and Support for the Radical Right.” The European Social Model under Pressure: Liber Amicorum in Honour of Klaus Armingeon. Edited by Romana Careja et al. Wiesbaden: Springer Fachmedien, 2019. 383-400. Chapter abstract and references and two-page preview.

Engler, Sarah, Bartek Pytlas, and Kevin Deegan-Krause. “Assessing the diversity of anti-establishment and populist politics in Central and Eastern Europe.” West European Politics, Published online: 14 May 2019. Abstract, funding, and notes.

Erisen, Cengiz, Sofia Vasilopoulou, and Cigdem Kentmen-Cin. “Emotional Reactions to Immigration and Support for EU Cooperation on Immigration and Terrorism.” Journal of European Public Policy, Published online: 1 July 2019. Full text and here and here.

Eser Davolio, Miryam. “Early detection and prevention of extremism through community development programmes.” The Fragility of Order: Essays in Honour of K.P.S. Gill. Edited by Ajai Sahni. New Delhi: Kautilya, 2019. 177-192. Abstract.

Esposito, Luigi. “The Alt-Right as a Revolt against Neoliberalism and Political Correctness: the Role of Collective Action Frames.” Perspectives on Global Development and Technology 18.1-2 (2019). Abstract.

Evans, Geoffrey, and Jonathan Mellon. “Immigration, Euroscepticism, and the rise and fall of UKIP.” Party Politics 25.1 (January 2019): 76-87. Abstract.

“Extreme Speech and Global Digital Cultures” [special section]: International Journal of Communication 13 (2019). Contents: Defining Online Hate and Its “Public Lives”: What is the Place for “Extreme Speech”?, by Iginio Gagliardone, 3068-3087, full text – A Comparative Approach to Social Media Extreme Speech: Online Hate Speech as Media Commentary, by Matti Pohjonen, 3088-3103, full text – Ritualized Opposition in Danish Practices of Extremist Language and Thought, by Peter Hervik, 3104-3121, full text – Writing on the Walls: Discourses on Bolivian Immigrants in Chilean Meme Humor, by Nell Haynes, 3122-3142, full text – Nationalism in the Digital Age: Fun as a Metapractice of Extreme Speech, by Sahana Udupa, 3143-3163, full text – A Presidential Archive of Lies: Racism, Twitter, and a History of the Present, by Carole McGranahan, 3164-3182, full text – The Digital Traces of #whitegenocide and Alt-Right Affective Economies of Transgression, by Alexandra Deem, 3183-3202, full text – Extreme Speech in Myanmar: The Role of State Media in the Rohingya Forced Migration Crisis, by Ronan Lee, 3203-3224, full text – An Archetypal Digital Witness: The Child Figure and the Media Conflict Over Syria, by Omar Al-Ghazzi, 3225-3243, full text.

Fagerholm, Andreas. “How Do They Get In? Radical Parties and Government Participation in European Democracies.” Government and Opposition, Published online: 11 September 2019.  Abstract and references.

Fagerholm, Andreas. “United in diversity: examining the diverging attitudes towards the European Union on the ideological fringes.” Acta Politica 54.2 (April 2019): 177-195. Abstract, Supplementary material, and references.

Fahey, Susan, and Pete Simi. “Pathways to Violent Extremism: A Qualitative Comparative Analysis of the US Far-Right.” Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict 12.1 (Jan. 2019): 42-66.  Abstract and funding.

Falkenbach, Michelle, Marleen Bekker, and Scott L Greer. “Do Parties Make a Difference? A Review of Partisan Effects on Health and the Welfare State.” European Journal of Public Health, Published: 23 July 2019. Abstract.

Falkner, Gerda, and Georg Plattner. “EU Policies and Populist Radical Right Parties’ Programmatic Claims: Foreign Policy, Anti-Discrimination, and the Single Market.” JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies, First published: 2 September 2019.  Abstract.

“The Far Right as Social Movement” [special issue]: European Societies 21.4 (2019). Contents: Right on the political target, by Michalis Lianos, 445-446, full text and here and here – The far right as social movement, by Pietro Castelli Gattinara and Andrea L. P. Pirro, 447-462, abstract – Between party and movement: conceptual and empirical considerations of the radical right’s organizational boundaries and mobilization processes, by Michael Minkenberg, 463-486, abstract – Challenges from left and right: the long-term dynamics of protest and electoral politics in Western Europe, by Swen Hutter and Endre Borbáth, 487-512, abstract and funding – The transnationalisation of far right discourse on Twitter: Issues and actors that cross borders in Western European democracies, by Caterina Froio and Bharath Ganesh, 513-539, full text and here and here – Online discontent: comparing Western European far-right groups on Facebook, by Ofra Klein and Jasper Muis, 540-562, abstract – Movement adaptability in dissimilar settings: the far right in Greece and Russia, by Sofia Tipaldou & Katrin Uba, 563-582, full text and here and here – Frames of nostalgia and belonging: the resurgence of ethno-nationalism in Sweden, by Gabriella Elgenius and Jens Rydgren, 583-602, full text and here and here – Far-right activism in Hungary: youth participation in Jobbik and its network, by Andrea L. P. Pirro and Dániel Róna, 603-626, abstract and funding.

Faragó, Laura, Anna Kende, and Péter Krekó. “Justification of intergroup violence – the role of right-wing authoritarianism and propensity for radical action.” Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict 12.2 (2019): 113-128. Full text and here and here.

Fatima, Marium, Ghulam Ali Murtaza, Shahid Ahmed Afridi, and Arshi Saleem Hashmi. “Security threat: a reality or right-wing political discourse phenomenon.” Asia Europe Journal, First Online: 24 May 2019. Abstract and references.

Figenschou, Tine Ustad, and Karoline Andrea Ihlebæk. “Challenging Journalistic Authority: Media Criticism in Far-Right Alternative Media.” Journalism Studies 20.9 (2019): 1221-1237.  Abstract.

Figenschou, Tine Ustad, and Karoline Andrea Ihlebæk. “Media Criticism from the Far-Right: Attacking from Many Angles.” Journalism Practice 13.8 (Sept. 2019): 901-905. First page.

Filho, Mario Gloria, and João Gabriel Modesto.  “Morality, Activism and Radicalism in the Brazilian Left and the Brazilian Right.”  Trends in Psychology / Temas em Psicologia (Ribeirão Preto) 27.3 (September 2019): 763-777.  Full text.

Finnsdottir, Maria Sigridur. “The Costs of Austerity: Labour Emigration and the Rise of Radical Right Politics in Central and Eastern Europe.” Frontiers in Sociology, Accepted: 17 Sept. 2019. Full text and here and here.

Fisher, Daren G., Laura Dugan, and Erica Chenoweth. “Does US Presidential Rhetoric Affect Asymmetric Political Violence?” Critical Studies on Terrorism 12.1 (Jan. 2019): 132-150.  Abstract.

Fisher, Elizabeth. “Unearthing the Relationship Between Environmental Law and Populism.” Journal of Environmental Law, Published: 11 October 2019.  Full text and here and here and here.

Fitzgerald, Andrew A. “Letting the Fascists Speak for Themselves: The Enabling of Authoritarians and the Need for a Partisan Press.” Journal of Communication Inquiry 43.1 (January 2019): 70-92. Abstract.

Font, Nuria, Paolo Graziano, and Myrto Tsakatika. “Varieties of Inclusionary Populism? SYRIZA, Podemos and the Five Star Movement.” Government and Opposition, Published online: 8 May 2019. Abstract and references.

Forchtner, Bernhard. “Climate Change and the Far Right.” Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 10.5 (September/October 2019): e604. Abstract and funding information.

Forchtner, Bernhard. “Nation, Nature, Purity: Extreme-Right Biodiversity in Germany.” Patterns of Prejudice 53.3 (May 2019): 285-301. Abstract.

Fox, Jo. “Confronting Lord Haw-Haw: Rumor and Britain’s Wartime Anti-Lies Bureau.” The Journal of Modern History 91.1 (March 2019): 74-108. First page.

Fox, Vashti Jane. “‘Never Again’: Fascism and Anti-Fascism in Melbourne in the 1990s.” Labour History: A Journal of Labour and Social History 116 (May 2019): 215-240. Abstract.

Franzese, Robert J. “The Comparative and International Political Economy of Anti-Globalization Populism.” Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics. April 26, 2019. Summary.

Freilich, Joshua D., William S. Parkin, Jeff Gruenewald, and Steven M. Chermak. “Comparing Extremist Perpetrators of Suicide and Non-Suicide Attacks in the United States.” Terrorism and Political Violence 31.5 (Sept. 2019): 943-965.  Using data on far-right and Al Qaeda and affiliated/inspired terrorists between 1990 and 2013 from the United States Extremist Crime Database to examine claims regarding patterns of suicide terrorism. Abstract and funding.

Frimer, Jeremy A., Mark J. Brandt, Zachary Melton, and Matt Motyl. “Extremists on the Left and Right Use Angry, Negative Language.” Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 45.8 (Aug. 2019): 1216-1231.  Full text and hereMethodsSupplemental materials.

Fujdiak, Ina, and Petr Ocelík.  “Hyperlink networks as a means of mobilization used by far-right movements.”  Central European Journal of Communication 12.2 [no. 23] (2019): 134-149.  Full text.

Ganguly, Sumit. “India Under Modi: Threats to Pluralism.” Journal of Democracy 30.1 (January 2019): 83-90. Abstract and first page.

Ganguly, Sumit, and Himanshu Jha. “The BJP’s Puzzling Victory: Was It about Hindu Nationalism?” The Washington Quarterly 42.3 (July 2019): 25-39.  First page.

Garcia, Ruben J. “Right-to-Work Laws: Ideology and Impact.” Annual Review of Law and Social Science 15.1 (Oct. 2019): 509-519.   Abstract.

Gartenstein-Ross, Daveed, and Madeleine Blackman. “Fluidity of the Fringes: Prior Extremist Involvement as a Radicalization Pathway.”  Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Published online: 7 Jan. 2019. On the existence of fringe fluidity between neo-Nazism and militant Islamism. Abstract.

Garzia, Diego. “The Italian election of 2018 and the first populist government of Western Europe.” West European Politics 42.3 (2019): 670-680. First page.

Gaugele, Elke. “The New Obscurity in Style. Alt-Right Faction, Populist Normalization, and the Cultural War on Fashion from the Far Right.” Fashion Theory, Published online: 11 Sept. 2019.  Abstract.

Gelber, Katharine. “Terrorist-Extremist Speech and Hate Speech: Understanding the Similarities and Differences.” Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, First Online: 22 June 2019. Abstract and references.

Gidron, Noam, and Peter A. Hall. “Populism as a Problem of Social Integration.” Comparative Political Studies, First Published October 16, 2019.  Abstract.

Gidron, Noam, and Jonathan J. B. Mijs. “Do Changes in Material Circumstances Drive Support for Populist Radical Parties? Panel Data Evidence from the Netherlands during the Great Recession, 2007-2015.” European Sociological Review, Published: 18 May 2019. Full text and here and here and here.

Gidron, Noam, and Daniel Ziblatt. “Center-Right Political Parties in Advanced Democracies.” Annual Review of Political Science 22.1 (May 2019): 17-35. Full text and here.

Gijsenbergh, Joris. “Democracy’s Various Defenders: The Struggle Against Political Extremism in the Netherlands, 1917-1940.” Historical Perspectives on Democracies and Their Adversaries. Edited by Joost Augusteijn, Constant HijzenMark and Leon de Vries. Palgrave Macmillan, 2019. 69-98. In part, on the Hitler-inspired Nationaal-Socialistische Beweging (National Socialist Movement, NSB). Abstract.

Gilks, Mark. “The Security-Prejudice Nexus: ‘Islamist’ Terrorism and the Structural Logics of Islamophobia in the UK.” Critical Studies on Terrorism, Published online: 5 Aug. 2019. Abstract.

Gill, Paul, Emily Corner, Amy McKee, Paul Hitchen, and Paul Betley. “What Do Closed Source Data Tell Us About Lone Actor Terrorist Behavior? A Research Note.” Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 11 Oct. 2019.  Abstract and funding.

Giroux, Henry A. “Neoliberal Fascism’s War on Immigrants Echoes a Dark and Haunting Past.”  Beijing International Review of Education 1.1 (2019): 39-53. Abstract.

Giroux, Henry A. “Neoliberalism and the weaponising of language and education.” Race & Class, First Published May 23, 2019. Abstract.

Giudici, Anja, Thomas Ruoss, and Giorgia Masoni.  “Nativist Authoritarian Far-right Flirtations with Progressive Education: Exploring the Relationship in Interwar Switzerland.”   Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Bildungswissenschaften 41.2 (2019): 386-403.  Full text.

Giuliani, Giovanni Amerigo.  “Old and New Social Risks: Labor Market Policy Preferences of the Radical Right Parties. The Case of the Lega.”  Politiche sociali / Social Policies 2 (May-August 2019): 333-364.  Abstract and first page.

Glencross, Andrew. “‘Love Europe, hate the EU’: A genealogical inquiry into populists’ spatio-cultural critique of the European Union and its consequences.” European Journal of International Relations, First Published May 20, 2019. Abstract.

Goldstein, Ariel Alejandro. “The New Far-Right in Brazil and the Construction of a Right-Wing Order.” Latin American Perspectives 46.4 (July 2019): 245-262. Abstract.

Gómez-Reino, Margarita. “‘We First’ and the Anti-Foreign Aid Narratives of Populist Radical-Right Parties in Europe.” Aid Power and Politics.  Edited by Iliana Olivié and Aitor Pérez.  London and New York: Routledge, 2019. 272-284.  Chapter abstract.

Goodheart, Eugene. “Conservatism in Trump Time.” Society, First Online: 12 June 2019. Abstract.

Goodwin, Matthew. “Extreme Politics: The Four Waves of National Populism in the West.” Extremes. Edited by Duncan Needham and Julius Weitzdörfer. Cambridge, New York, Port Melbourne, New Delhi, Singapore: Cambridge University Press, 2019. 104-123

Graham, Roderick.  “Race, Social Media, and Deviance.”  The Palgrave Handbook of International Cybercrime and Cyberdeviance.  Edited by Thomas J. Holt and Adam M. Bossler.  Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019.  A review of the scholarly work on racist and deviant anti-racist behavior on social media platforms.  Full text.

Grande, Edgar, Tobias Schwarzbözl, and Matthias Fatke. “Politicizing Immigration in Western Europe.” Journal of European Public Policy 26.10 (Oct. 2019): 1444-1463.  Full text and here and here.

Green-Pedersen, Christoffer, and Simon Otjes. “A hot topic? Immigration on the agenda in Western Europe.” Party Politics 25.3 (May 2019): 424-434. A comparative analysis of the politicization of immigration in Denmark and the Netherlands. Abstract.

Greene, Viveca S. “‘Deplorable’ Satire: Alt-Right Memes, White Genocide Tweets, and Redpilling Normies.” Studies in American Humor 5.1 (2019): 31-69. First page.

Griffin, Roger. “Mussolini Predicted a Fascist Century: How Wrong Was He?: Third Lecture on Fascism – Amsterdam – 22 March 2019.” Fascism 8.1 (July 2019): 1-8. Full text and here and here.

Grimm, Marc. “Pro-Israelism and Antisemitism within Germany’s Populist Radical Right AfD.” European Journal of Current Legal Issues 25.1 (2019). Full text.

Grinberg, Nir, Kenneth Joseph, Lisa Friedland, Briony Swire-Thompson, and David Lazer. “Fake News on Twitter during the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election.” Science 363.6425 (Jan. 2019): 374-378.  Full text and here and here.

Grindheim, Jan Erik. “Why Right-Leaning Populism Has Grown in the Most Advanced Liberal Democracies of Europe.” The Political Quarterly, First published: 14 October 2019.  Full text and here and here.

Grover, Ted, and Gloria Mark. “Detecting Potential Warning Behaviors of Ideological Radicalization in an Alt-Right Subreddit.” Proceedings of the International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media 13.1 (2019): 193-204. Full text.

Gruenewald, Jeff, Grant Drawve, and Brent L. Smith. “The Situated Contexts of American Terrorism: A Conjunctive Analysis of Case Configurations.” Criminal Justice and Behavior, Article first published online: April 16, 2019. Using data from the American Terrorism Study (ATS) to apply the conjunctive analysis of case configurations (CACC) approach to the study of far-right, environmental, far-left, and radical Islamic terrorism. Abstract.

Gruenewald, Jeff, Brent R. Klein, William S. Parkin, Joshua D. Freilich, and Steven Chermak. “A Situated Comparison of Suicide and Non-Suicide Terrorist Plots and Homicides in the United States, 1990-2014:” Crime & Delinquency 65.9 (August 2019): 1187-1217.  Comparing suicide and non-suicide incidents in the United States by analyzing data from the U.S. Extremist Crime Database (ECDB) on terrorist incidents committed by extreme far-right (FR) and radical Islamic terrorists between 1990 and 2014.  Abstract.

Grzymala-Busse, Anna. “The Failure of Europe’s Mainstream Parties.” Journal of Democracy 30.4 (Oct. 2019): 35-47.  Full text and here.

Gürpınar, Doğan. “Intellectuals, White Turks, and the Sons of the Soil: Intellectuality in Turkish Conservative Thought.” Turkish Studies, Published online: 16 Sept. 2019.  Abstract.

Gürsoy, Yaprak. “Moving Beyond European and Latin American Typologies: The Peculiarities of AKP’s Populism in Turkey.” Journal of Contemporary Asia, Published online: 25 Sept. 2019.  On the attributes of populism presented by the Justice and Development Party (Adalet ve Kalkinma Partisi or AKP).  Full text and here.

Guth, James L., and Brent F Nelsen. “Party choice in Europe: Social cleavages and the rise of populist parties.” Party Politics, First Published June 20, 2019. On evidence for an additional transnational cleavage that pits the populists of right and left against the traditional parties of the “frozen” center. Abstract.

Guzmán, Gustavo. “Miguel Serrano’s Antisemitism and its Impact on the Twenty-First-Century Countercultural Rightists.” Analysis of Current Trends in Antisemitism – ACTA 40.1 (March 2019): 1-14. Full text.

Hadj-Abdou, Leila. “Gender(ed) Nationalism’ of the Populist Radical Right: An Extreme Typicality.” Populism and the Crisis of Democracy.  Volume 3: Migration, Gender and Religion.  Gregor Fitzi, Juergen Mackert, and Bryan S. Turner (eds).  Abingdon and New York: Routledge, 2019.  94-110.  Full text.

Hakenbeck, Susanne E. “Genetics, Archaeology and the Far Right: An Unholy Trinity.” World Archaeology, Published online: 8 July 2019.  Full text and here and here.

Haleem, Irm. “Carnage in Christchurch: The Logic of Live-Streaming Slaughter.” RSIS Commentary 48 (19 March 2019). Full text.

Halikiopoulou, Daphne. “Introduction to the 2018 ASEN Conference Themed Section [on the ‘new nationalism’ in Europe and the West].” Nations and Nationalism 25.2 (2019): 405-408. First page.

Halikiopoulou, Daphne. “Right-wing Populism as a Nationalist Vision of Legitimating Collective Choice: A Supply-side Perspective.” The International Spectator: Italian Journal of International Affairs, Published online: 29 Apr. 2019. Abstract.

Halikiopoulou, Daphne, and Tim Vlandas. “What is new and what is nationalist about Europe’s new nationalism? Explaining the rise of the far right in Europe.” Nations and Nationalism 25.2 (2019): 409-434.  Full text and here.

Hameleers, Michael. “Putting Our Own People First: The Content and Effects of Online Right-Wing Populist Discourse Surrounding the European Refugee Crisis.” Mass Communication and Society, Accepted author version posted online: 13 Aug. 2019. Abstract.

Han, Kyung Joon. “Reacting to Isolation: How the Political Exclusion of Extreme Right-Wing Parties Changes the Party Support.” Representation, Published online: 11 Sept. 2019.  Abstract.

Hansen, Michael A. “Women and the Radical Right: Exploring Gendered Differences in Vote Choice for Radical Right Parties in Europe.” OZP – Österreichische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft / Austrian Journal of Political Science 48.2 (2019): 1-21. Full text and here and here.

Hansen, Michael A., and Jonathan Olsen. “Flesh of the Same Flesh: A Study of Voters for the Alternative for Germany (AfD) in the 2017 Federal Election.” German Politics 28.1 (2019): 1-19. Abstract.

Hare, J. Laurence, and Fabian Link. “The Idea of Volk and the Origins of Völkisch Research, 1800-1930s.” Journal of the History of Ideas 80.4 (Oct. 2019): 575-596.  Abstract and first page.

Harpviken, Anna Naterstad. “Psychological Vulnerabilities and Extremism Among Western Youth: A Literature Review.” Adolescent Research Review, First Online: 8 February 2019. Abstract and references.

Harris, Jerry. “The future of globalisation: neo-fascism or the Green New Deal.” Race & Class, First Published May 23, 2019. Abstract.

Hartwich, Lea, and Julia C. Becker. “Exposure to Neoliberalism Increases Resentment of the Elite via Feelings of Anomie and Negative Psychological Reactions.” Journal of Social Issues, First published: 14 February 2019. Abstract.

Harwood, Elizabeth T. “Terrorism and the Digital Right-Wing.” Contexts 18.3 (Aug. 2019): 60-62. Full text and here and here.

Hatakka, Niko. “Expose, Debunk, Ridicule, Resist! Networked Civic Monitoring of Populist Radical Right Online Action in Finland.” Information, Communication & Society, Published online: 22 Jan. 2019. Full text.

Haugsgjerd, Atle. “Moderation or radicalisation? How executive power affects right-wing populists’ satisfaction with democracy.” Electoral Studies 57 (February 2019): 31-45. Full text and here and here and here.

Havertz, Ralf. “Right-Wing Populism and Neoliberalism in Germany: The AfD’s Embrace of Ordoliberalism.” New Political Economy 24.3 (2019): 385-403. Abstract.

Hawdon, James, Matthew Costello, Rebecca Barrett-Fox, and Colin Bernatzky.  “The Perpetuation of Online Hate: A Criminological Analysis of Factors Associated with Participating in an Online Attack.”  Journal of Hate Studies 15.1 (2019): 157-181.  Full text and here.

Hayes, Alexander Rossell, and Carolyn Marie Dudek. “How Radical Right-Wing Populism Has Shaped Recent Migration Policy in Austria and Germany.” Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies, Published online: 20 May 2019.  Abstract.

Hays, Jude, Junghyun Lim, and Jae-Jae Spoon. “The path from trade to right-wing populism in Europe.” Electoral Studies 60 (August 2019). Abstract.

Hearse, Phil. “The global networks of neofascism.” Red Pepper, February 15, 2019. Full text.

Hefner, Robert. “Muslims, Catholics, and the Secular State: Alt-Right Populism and the Politics of Citizen Recognition in France.” American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences 36.3 (Summer 2019): 1-20. Abstract.

Heft, Annett, Eva Mayerhöffer, Susanne Reinhardt, and Curd Knüpfer. “Beyond Breitbart: Comparing Right-Wing Digital News Infrastructures in Six Western Democracies.” Policy & Internet, First published: 25 August 2019. Full text and here and here and here.

Hegedüs, Daniel. “Rethinking the Incumbency Effect. Radicalization of Governing Populist Parties in East-Central-Europe. A Case Study of Hungary.” European Politics and Society 20.4 (Aug. 2019): 406-430.   A case study analysis of the Hungarian populist radical right party Fidesz, one of the most successful populist parties in East-Central-Europe.  Abstract.

Heinisch, Reinhard, and Annika Werner. “Who Do Populist Radical Right Parties Stand for? Representative Claims, Claim Acceptance and Descriptive Representation in the Austrian FPÖ and German AfD.” Representation, Published online: 16 July 2019. Abstract.

Heinisch, Reinhard, Steven Saxonberg, Annika Werner, and Fabian Habersack. “The Effect of Radical Right Fringe Parties on Main Parties in Central and Eastern Europe: Empirical Evidence from Manifesto Data.” Party Politics, First Published July 29, 2019. Full text and here and here and here. Supplemental material.

Heinisch, Reinhard, Annika Werner, and Fabian Habersack.  “Reclaiming national sovereignty: the case of the conservatives and the far right in Austria.”  European Politics and Society, Published online: 24 June 2019.  Full text and here and here and hereAudio.

Heiss, Raffael, and Jörg Matthes. “Stuck in a Nativist Spiral: Content, Selection, and Effects of Right-Wing Populists’ Communication on Facebook.” Political Communication, Published online: 17 Oct. 2019.  Full text and here and here.

Helleiner, Eric. “Conservative Economic Nationalism and the National Policy: Rae, Buchanan and Early Canadian Protectionist Thought.” Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique, Published online: 25 June 2019. Abstract and references.

Herkman, Juha, and Janne Matikainen. “Right-Wing Populism, Media and Political Scandal.” The Routledge Companion to Media and Scandal. Edited by Howard Tumber and Silvio Waisbord. London: Routledge, 2019. 147-155. Chapter abstract and here.

Heynen, Robert. “The German Revolution and the Radical Right.” The German Revolution and Political Theory. Edited by Gaard Kets and James Muldoon. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019. 45-68. Abstract and references.

Hillebrand, Claudia. “Placebo scrutiny? Far-right extremism and intelligence accountability in Germany.” Intelligence and National Security 34.1 (2019): 38-61. Abstract.

Hillen, Sven, and Nils D. Steiner. “The Consequences of Supply Gaps in Two-dimensional Policy Spaces for Voter Turnout and Political Support: The Case of Economically Left-wing and Culturally Right-wing Citizens in Western Europe.” European Journal of Political Research, First published: 2 July 2019. Abstract.

Hobolt, Sara, and Julian Hoerner. “The mobilizing effect of political choice.” European Journal of Political Research, forthcoming. On the mobilizing effect of the Alternative for Germany (AfD), a new radical right-wing party in Germany. Abstract.

Hoeflich, M.H. “Reflections Upon Terrorism, Militias, Law, and the Judicial System: An Essay.” Kansas Law Review 67.4 (2019): 713-725. Full text.

Hofmann, Julia, Carina Altreiter, Jörg Flecker, Saskja Schindler, and Ruth Simsa. “Symbolic struggles over solidarity in times of crisis: trade unions, civil society actors and the political far right in Austria.” European Societies, Published online: 23 May 2019. Full text and here and here.

Högström, John. “The Gender-Representation Gap in Radical Right Parties: Is There Any Contagion Effect from Parties with Small Gaps?” Comparative Sociology 18.1 (2019). Abstract.

Hokka, Jenni, and Matti Nelimarkka. “Affective Economy of National-Populist Images: Investigating National and Transnational Online Networks through Visual Big Data.” New Media & Society, First Published August 21, 2019. Abstract.

Holmes, Douglas R. “Fascism at Eye Level: The Anthropological Conundrum.” Focaal 84 (July 2019): 62-90. Abstract.

Hou, Dongfang, Khusrav Gaibulloev, and Todd Sandler. “Introducing Extended Data on Terrorist Groups (EDTG), 1970 to 2016.” Journal of Conflict Resolution, First Published June 19, 2019. On the extended data on terrorist groups (EDTG), an extant group data set linked to terrorist groups and attacks given in the Global Terrorism Database. In part, an exploration of how the four basic ideologies (i.e., leftist, nationalist/separatist, religious fundamentalist, and right wing) of terrorist groups in EDTG influence their births, regional location, attack characteristics, lethality, and other aspects. Full text.

Hövermann, Andreas, and Steven F. Messner. “Marketization and Anti-Immigrant Attitudes in Cross-National Perspective.” Social Science Research, Available online 2 July 2019. Abstract.

Hughes, Ceri. “It’s the EU immigrants stupid! UKIP’s core-issue and populist rhetoric on the road to Brexit.” European Journal of Communication, First Published February 21, 2019. Abstract.

Hunter, Wendy, and Timothy J. Power. “Bolsonaro and Brazil’s Illiberal Backlash.” Journal of Democracy 30.1 (January 2019): 68-82. Abstract and first page.

Hutchings, Paul B., and Katie E. Sullivan. “Prejudice and the Brexit vote: a tangled web.” Palgrave Communications Volume 5, Article number: 5 (2019). Full text and here and here.

Hutchins, Rachel D., and Daphne Halikiopoulou. “Enemies of Liberty? Nationalism, Immigration, and the Framing of Terrorism in the Agenda of the Front National.” Nations and Nationalism, First published: 19 August 2019. Full text. Appendix A: Selected press releases January-February 2015.

Hutchinson, Jade. “Far-Right Terrorism: The Christchurch Attack and Potential Implications on the Asia Pacific Landscape.” Counter Terrorist Trends and Analyses 11.6 (2019): 19-28. Full text.

Hutchinson, Jade. “The New-Far-Right Movement in Australia.” Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 15 July 2019. Abstract.

Im, Zhen Jie, Nonna Mayer, Bruno Palier, and Jan Rovny. “The ‘losers of automation’: A reservoir of votes for the radical right?” Research & Politics 6.1 (January-March 2019). Full text and here and here and here and here and here.

Imburgia, Stephen. “Rhetorical Ruckus or Supranational Legal Threat? A Comparative Analysis of Far-Right Populism in Central and Eastern European Member States of the European Union and its Supranational Legal-Institutional Consequences.” CUREJ: College Undergraduate Research Electronic Journal (University of Pennsylvania) (2019). Full text.

Ince, Anthony. “Fragments of an anti-fascist geography: Interrogating racism, nationalism, and state power.” Geography Compass, First published: 21 January 2019. Full text.

Iosifidis, Petros, and Nicholas Nicoli. “The Battle to End Fake News: A Qualitative Content Analysis of Facebook Announcements on How It Combats Disinformation.” International Communication Gazette, First Published October 10, 2019.  Abstract.

Itaoui, Rhonda. “Mapping Perceptions of Islamophobia in the San Francisco Bay Area, California.” Social & Cultural Geography, Published online: 25 June 2019. Abstract.

Ivaldi, Gilles, and Oscar Mazzoleni. “Economic Populism and Producerism: European Right-Wing Populist Parties in a Transatlantic Perspective.” Populism 2.1 (May 2019): 1-28. Abstract.

Ivaldi, Gilles, and Oscar Mazzoleni. “Economic Populism and Sovereigntism: The Economic Supply of European Radical Right-Wing Populist Parties.” European Politics and Society, Published online: 24 June 2019.  Abstract.

Ivanova, Ekaterina, Andrey Kinyakin, and Sergey Stepanov. “The European and Russian Far Right as Political Actors: Comparative Approach.” Journal of Politics and Law 12.2 (2019): 86-104. Full text and here and here.

Ivarsflaten, Elisabeth, Scott Blinder, and Lise Bjånesøy. “How and Why the Populist Radical Right Persuades Citizens.” The Oxford Handbook of Electoral Persuasion.  Edited by Elizabeth Suhay, Bernard Grofman, and Alexander H. Trechsel.  Online Publication Date: June 2019.  Abstract.

Jackson, Sam. “Non-normative political extremism: Reclaiming a concept’s analytical utility.”  Terrorism and Political Violence 31.2 (Mar. 2019): 244-259. Defining political extremism as purposeful disruptive political activity that aims to replace or fundamentally alter the dominant political system. Abstract.

Jackson, Sam. “‘Nullification through armed civil disobedience’: a case study of strategic framing in the patriot/militia movement.” Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict: Pathways toward terrorism and genocide, Published online: 1 Feb. 2019. Abstract.

Jäger, Kai. “When Do Party Supporters Abandon the Party Leader? The Intraparty Conflict of the Alternative for Germany.” Party Politics, First Published June 26, 2019. Abstract.

Janssen, Heleen J., Maarten van Ham, Tom Kleinepier, and Jaap Nieuwenhuis. “A Micro-Scale Approach to Ethnic Minority Concentration in the Residential Environment and Voting for the Radical Right in The Netherlands.” European Sociological Review, Published: 26 April 2019. Full text and here and here.

Jay, Sarah, Anatolia Batruch, Jolanda Jetten, Craig McGarty, and Orla T. Muldoon. “Economic Inequality and the Rise of Far-Right Populism: A Social Psychological Analysis.” Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, First published: 10 July 2019. Abstract.

Jendryke, Michael, and Stephen C. McClure. “Mapping Crime – Hate Crimes and Hate Groups in the USA: A Spatial Analysis with Gridded Data.” Applied Geography 111 (October 2019), 102072.  Full text and here.

Jessen, Nathan. “Populism and Conspiracy: A Historical Synthesis of American Countersubversive Narratives.” American Journal of Economics and Sociology 78.3 (May 2019): 675-715. Abstract.

Johnson, Alan. “Antisemitism in the Guise of Anti-Nazism: Holocaust Inversion in the UK during Operation Protective Edge.” Anti-Zionism and Antisemitism: The Dynamics of Delegitimization. Edited by Alvin H. Rosenfeld. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2019. 175-199.

Johnson, Jessica. “Affective radicalization and white masculinity.” Feminist Media Studies, Published online: 31 Jan 2019. First page.

Johnson, N. F., R. Leahy, N. Johnson Restrepo, N. Velasquez, M. Zheng, P. Manrique, P. Devkota, and S. Wuchty. “Hidden Resilience and Adaptive Dynamics of the Global Online Hate Ecology.” Nature, Published 21 August 2019. Abstract, references, extended data figures and tables, supplementary information, and source data.

Johnson, Neil. “The dark side of social media.” Physics World, 1 Mar 2019. On the use of generalized many-body physics models to help detect individuals with the intent and capability to carry out violent attacks. Full text.

Jolliffe, Darrick, and David P. Farrington. “The criminal careers of those imprisoned for hate crime in the UK.” European Journal of Criminology, First Published April 3, 2019. Full text and here.

Jones, Erik. “Populism in Europe: What Scholarship Tells Us.” Survival 61.4 (July 2019): 7-30. Abstract.

Jones, Hannah. “More in common: the domestication of misogynist white supremacy and the assassination of Jo Cox.” Ethnic and Racial Studies, Published online: 13 Feb. 2019. Abstract.

Jost, John T. “Anger and Authoritarianism Mediate the Effects of Fear on Support for the Far Right—What Vasilopoulos et al. (2019) Really Found.” Political Psychology 40.4 (August 2019): 705-711.  Responding to Vasilopoulos et al. (2019). Abstract.

Jun, EuyRyung. “‘Voices of ordinary citizens’: ban damunhwa and its neoliberal affect of anti-immigration in South Korea.” Critical Asian Studies, Published online: 2 June 2019. Abstract.

Jurczak, Justina, Tomasz Lachacz, and Holger Nitsch. “The So-Called ‘Lone Wolf’ Phenomenon.” Investigating Radicalization Trends: Case Studies in Europe and Asia.  Edited by Babak Akhgar, Douglas Wells, and José María Blanco.  Cham: Springer, 2019. 41-53.  Chapter abstract.

Jylhä, Kirsti M., Jens Rydgren, and Pontus Strimling. “Radical Right-Wing Voters from Right and Left: Comparing Sweden Democrat Voters Who Previously Voted for the Conservative Party or the Social Democratic Party.” Scandinavian Political Studies, First published: 21 July 2019. Full text and here and here.

Kalsnes, Bente.  “Examining the populist communication logic:  Strategic use of social media in populist political parties in Norway and Sweden.”  Central European Journal of Communication 12.2 [no. 23] (2019): 187-205.  On the strategic use of social media within the Sweden Democrats and the Progress Party based on three different data sets: interviews, content analysis of Facebook posts, and engagement data from the parties’ Facebook pages.  Full text.

Kantola, Johanna, and Emanuela Lombardo. “Populism and Feminist Politics: The Cases of Finland and Spain.” European Journal of Political Research, First published: 28 February 2019. An investigation of populism’s relationship to feminist politics through an analysis of two cases of European populism: left populism in Spain (Podemos), and right populism in Finland (the Finns Party). Full text and here and here.

Karadağ, Ahmet, and M. Nazim Uygur. “Globalization, Nation State and Radical Right in Western Europe: A Relational Analysis.” International Journal of Politics and Security 1.1 (2019): 1-24. Full text and here.

Karawita, Amali Kartika. “The Persuasiveness of France’s Far-Right Movement: The Case of Marine Le Pen.” Jurnal Komunikasi Indonesia 8.1 (March 2019): 81-90.  Full text.

Kates, Sean. “Much ado about nothing: Zeros and the extreme right.” Research and Politics 6.2 (April-June 2019): 1-9. Full text and here and here.

Kates, Sean, and Joshua A. Tucker. “We Never Change, Do We? Economic Anxiety and Far-Right Identification in a Postcrisis Europe.” Social Science Quarterly, First published: 30 January 2019. Abstract.

Kaufmann, Eric. “Can Narratives of White Identity Reduce Opposition to Immigration and Support for Hard Brexit? A Survey Experiment.” Political Studies 67.1 (February 2019): 31-46. Full text and here.

Kaufmann, Eric. “Ethno-traditional nationalism and the challenge of immigration.” Nations and Nationalism 25.2 (April 2019): 435-448. Abstract.

Kawalerowicz, Juta. “Long-running traditions of racial exclusionism: Is there evidence of historical continuity in local support for extreme right parties in England and Wales?” Party Politics 25.2 (March 2019): 227-232. Full text.

Kaya, Ayhan. “The Inclusion-Moderation Thesis: Turkey’s AKP, From Conservative Democracy to Conservatism.” Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics, June 2019. On the rise of the Justice and Development Party (AKP, Adalet ve Kalkınma Partisi) in Turkey. Summary.

Kaya, Ayhan. “Populism as a neo-liberal form of governmentality: Resorting to Heritage, Culture and Past.” Geographical Literacy and European Heritage: A Challenging Convention in the field of Education. Edited by Lia Galani, Evangelia Mavrigaki, and Kostas Skordoulis. Limassol: Solva-tech, 2019: 64-94 . Full text and here.

Kaya, Ayhan, Max-Valentin Robert, and Ayse Tecmen. “Populism in Turkey and France: Nativism, Multiculturalism and Euroskepticism.” Turkish Studies, Published online: 8 July 2019. Abstract.

Kazharski, Aliaksei. “Frontiers of Hatred? A Study of Right-Wing Populist Strategies in Slovakia.” European Politics and Society 20.4 (Aug. 2019): 393-405.  An analysis of the discourse of the far-right People’s Party Our Slovakia (LSNS).  Abstract.

Kearns, Erin M., Allison E. Betus, and Anthony F. Lemieux. “When Data Don’t Matter: Exploring Public Perceptions of Terrorism.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Published online: 2 Jan. 2019. Full text and here and here.

Keatinge, Tom, Florence Keen, and Kayla Izenman. “Fundraising for Right-Wing Extremist Movements: How They Raise Funds and How to Counter It.” The RUSI Journal 164.2 (March 2019): 10-23. Full text and here and here.

Kemmer, Laura, Christian Helge Peters, Vanessa Weber, Ben Anderson, and Rainer Mühlhoff. “On Right-Wing Movements, Spheres, and Resonances: An Interview with Ben Anderson and Rainer Mühlhoff.”  Distinktion: Journal of Social Theory 20.1 (Jan. 2019): 25-41.  Abstract.

Kennedy, Jonathan. “Populist politics and vaccine hesitancy in Western Europe: an analysis of national-level data.” European Journal of Public Health, Published: 25 February 2019. Abstract.

King, Amy. “Antagonistic Martyrdom: Memory of the 1973 Rogo Di Primavalle.” Modern Italy, Published online: 6 August 2019. Abstract and references.

King, Bryant.  “‘I’m As Mad as Hell and I’m Not Gonna Take This Anymore:’ Evaluating the Threat Posed by White Supremacist Extremism in the United States.”  Georgetown Security Studies Review 7.2 (August 2019): 50-64.  Full text.

Klein, Brent R., Jeff Gruenewald, Steven M. Chermak, and Joshua D. Freilich. “A Mixed Method Examination of Law Enforcement Investigatory Strategies Used in Jihadi and Far-Right Foiled Terrorist Plots Before and after 9/111.” Journal of Qualitative Criminal Justice and Criminology (JQCJC) 7.2 (2019): 29-58. Full text.

Klein, Josh. “Nazi Europeanism as Transnational Collaboration and Transnational Memory.” Yearbook of Transnational History. Volume 2. Edited by Thomas Adam. Assisted by Austin E. Loignon. Vancouver, British Columbia: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2019. 149-173.

Klikauer, Thomas. “German Neo-Nazis and a New Party.” Jewish Political Studies Review 30.1/2 (2019): 243-252. On the Alternative für Deutschland (AfD). First page.

Klikauer, Thomas. “Germany’s AfD – Members, Leaders and Ideologies.” Asian Journal of German and European Studies 4.1 (December 2019). Full text and here and here.

Klompmaker, Naomi. “Censor Them at Any Cost? A Social and Legal Assessment of Enhanced Action Against Terrorist Content Online.” Amsterdam Law Forum 11.3 (Summer 2019): 3-29. Full text.

Kluknavská, Alena, and Matej Hruška. “We Talk about the ‘Others’ and You Listen Closely.” Problems of Post-Communism 66.1 (Jan. 2019): 59-70.  An examination of political communication by the extreme right political party, Kotleba–People’s Party Our Slovakia (LSNS), on Facebook between 2013 and 2015. Abstract and funding.

Knops, Louise, and Benjamin De Cleen. “The Radical Right versus the Media: From Media Critique to Claims of (Mis)Representation.” Politics and Governance 7.3 (Sept. 2019): 165-178.  Full text.

Koch, Ariel. “The Non-Jihadi Foreign Fighters: Western Right-Wing and Left-Wing Extremists in Syria.” Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 10 June 2019. Abstract.

Koehler, Daniel. “Switching Sides: Exploring Violent Extremist Intergroup Migration Across Hostile Ideologies.” Political Psychology, First published: 14 October 2019.  Abstract.

Koehler, Daniel, and Verena Fiebig. “Knowing What to Do: Academic and Practitioner Understanding of How to Counter Violent Radicalization.” Perspectives on Terrorism 13.3 (June 2019): 44-62. Full text.

Kølvraa, Christoffer. “Embodying ‘the Nordic Race’: Imaginaries of Viking Heritage in the Online Communications of the Nordic Resistance Movement.” Patterns of Prejudice 53.3 (May 2019): 270-284. Abstract.

Korhonen, Kuisma. “Politics of Fire: The Commemorative Torch Rally 612 of the Finnish Radical Right.” European Politics and Society, Published online: 19 July 2019.  On the Finnish Independence Day torch procession as illustrative of the ‘doublespeak’ of the radical right.  Abstract.

Kortmann, Matthias, and Christian Stecker. “Party competition and immigration and integration policies: a comparative analysis.” Comparative European Politics 17.1 (February 2019): 72-91. Abstract, appendix, and references.

Kotwas, Marta, and Jan Kubik. “Symbolic Thickening of Public Culture and the Rise of Right-Wing Populism in Poland.” East European Politics and Societies (EEPS) 33.2 (May 2019): 435-471. 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.  Chapter abstract.

Kunkeler, Nathaniël. “Sven Olov Lindholm and the Literary Inspirations of Swedish Fascism.” Scandinavian Journal of History 44.1 (Jan. 2019): 77-102. On Sven Olov Lindholm, leader of the Nationalsocialistiska Arbetarepartiet, the most prominent Swedish fascist party of the interwar period.  Abstract.

Kurer, Thomas, and Bruno Palier. “Shrinking and shouting: the political revolt of the declining middle in times of employment polarization.” Research and Politics 6.1 (January 2019): 1-6. Full text and here and here and here.

Kushner, Jack. “From Vergangenheitsbewältigung to Violence: Unravelling the Paradoxes of the German Extreme-Right.” The Undergraduate Journal of Politics and International Relations (UJPIR) (University of York) 2.1 (2019): 3. Full text.

Kutiyski, Yordan, André Krouwel, and Jan-Willemvan Prooijen. “Political extremism and distrust: Does radical political orientation predict political distrust and negative attitudes towards European integration?” The Social Science Journal, Available online 27 March 2019. Abstract.

Lachapelle, Erick, and Simon Kiss. “Opposition to carbon pricing and right-wing populism: Ontario’s 2018 general election.” Environmental Politics, Published online: 24 Apr. 2019. First page.

Lacombe, Matthew J. “The Political Weaponization of Gun Owners: The National Rifle Association’s Cultivation, Dissemination, and Use of a Group Social Identity.” The Journal of Politics, Online: July 9, 2019. Abstract.

Lancaster, Caroline Marie. “Not So Radical After All: Ideological Diversity Among Radical Right Supporters and Its Implications.” Political Studies, First Published September 2, 2019. Abstract. Supplemental material and here.

Landini, Irene, and Aldo Paparo.  “Italy: Complete overturn among government partners – League doubled, M5S halved.”  The European Parliament Elections of 2019.  Edited by Lorenzo De Sio, Mark Franklin, and Luana Russo.  Rome: Luiss University Press, 2019. 173-179.  Full text and here and here.

Lappin, Shalom. “The Re-Emergence of the Jewish Question.” Journal of Contemporary Antisemitism 2.1 (Spring 2019). Abstract and references.

Larsen, Erik Gahner, David Cutts, and Matthew J. Goodwin. “Do Terrorist Attacks Feed Populist Eurosceptics? Evidence from Two Comparative Quasi-Experiments.” European Journal of Political Research, First published: 21 May 2019. Full text and here and here and here.

Latif, Mehr, Kathleen Blee, Matthew DeMichele, Pete Simi, and Shayna Alexander. “Why White Supremacist Women Become Disillusioned, and Why They Leave.” The Sociological Quarterly, Published online: 27 June 2019. Abstract and funding.

Laurie-Fletcher, Danny. “The Early War Spy Scare and ‘The Hidden Hand.'” British Invasion and Spy Literature, 1871-1918: Historical Perspectives on Contemporary Society. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019. 97-135. Abstract.

Lawrie, Michelle.  “Charlie Hebdo Attack and Discourses of Muslims in British and Danish Newspaper: A cross-cultural critical discourse analysis of four newspapers.”  Networking Knowledge 12.1 (Aug. 2019): 23-44.  Full text and here and here.

Lechler, Marie. “Employment shocks and anti-EU sentiment.” European Journal of Political Economy, Available online 5 April 2019. Full text.

Lee, Benjamin. “Countering Violent Extremism Online: The Experiences of Informal Counter Messaging Actors.” Policy & Internet, First published: 11 July 2019. Full text and here and here.

Leeb, Claudia. “Laughing at the Other: Toward an Understanding of the Alt-Right with Adorno.” Reading Adorno: The Endless Road. Edited by Amirhosein Khandizaji. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019. 75-100. Abstract and references.

Lee-Won, Roselyn J., Tiffany N. White, Hyunjin Song, Ji Young Lee, and Mikhail R. Smith. “Source magnification of cyberhate: affective and cognitive effects of multiple-source hate messages on target group members.” Media Psychology, Published online: 17 May 2019. Abstract.

Leidig, Eviane Cheng. “Immigrant, Nationalist and Proud: A Twitter Analysis of Indian Diaspora Supporters for Brexit and Trump.” Media and Communication 7.1 (2019). Full text.

Lendvai, Paul. “The Transformer: Orban’s Evolution and Hungary’s Demise.” 98 Foreign Affairs 44 (2019).  First page.

Lewandowsky, Marcel, Jasmin Siri, and Nicole Loew. “The Man That Wasn’t There: Exploring the Subcutaneous Manifestations of Party-Based Radical Right Populism.” SAGE Research Methods Cases Part 2 (Jan. 2019). On the Alternative for Germany (AfD) in the first 2 years of its existence (2013-2014). Abstract.

Lewicki, Aleksandra, and Yasemin Shooman. “Building a New Nation: Anti-Muslim Racism in Post-Unification Germany.” Journal of Contemporary European Studies, Published online: 30 July 2019. Full text and here and here.

Lewis, Jeffrey, Philip Pond, Robin Cameron, and Belinda Lewis. “Social cohesion, Twitter and far-right politics in Australia: Diversity in the democratic mediasphere.” European Journal of Cultural Studies, First Published April 8, 2019. Abstract.

Lewis, Rebecca. “‘This Is What the News Won’t Show You’: YouTube Creators and the Reactionary Politics of Micro-celebrity.” Television & New Media, First Published October 17, 2019.  Examining the presentation strategies of three YouTube  influencers and micro-celebrities whose content reflects anti-mainstream media and anti-social justice attitudes: Tim Pool, Dave Rubin (The Rubin Report), and Blaire White.  Abstract.

Liebhart, Karin. “The Normalization of Right-Wing Populist Discourses and Politics in Austria.” The State of the European Union: Fault Lines in European Integration. Edited by Stefanie Wöhl, Elisabeth Springler, Martin Pachel, and Bernhard Zeilinger. Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 2019. 79-101. Chapter abstract and references.

Lindstam, Emmy, Matthias Mader, and Harald Schoen. “Conceptions of National Identity and Ambivalence towards Immigration.” British Journal of Political Science, Published online: 1 July 2019. Abstract and references.

Lockwood, Charles. “‘Action Not Words’: The Conservative Party, Public Opinion and ‘Scientific’ Politics, c.1945-70.” Twentieth Century British History, Published: 24 June 2019. Abstract.

Lodders, Vanna, and Steven Weldon. “Why Do Women Vote Radical Right? Benevolent Sexism, Representation and Inclusion in Four Countries.” Representation, Published online: 12 Aug. 2019.  Employing the 8th wave of the European Social Survey (ESS) to examine how gender, benevolent sexism, and the representational context shapes support for radical right parties (RRPs) in four countries: Germany, Sweden, Switzerland, and Norway.  Abstract and funding.

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 54.3 (June 2019): 292-296.  An investigation of the “rigidity of the right” hypothesis among voters of JOBBIK (n = 124), the radically nationalist conservative far-right party, in the 2010 Hungarian parliamentary elections.  Abstract.

Lorenzini, Jasmine, and Mathilde M. van Ditmars. “Austria, France, the Netherlands and Switzerland: Old and New Winning Formulas of the Populist Radical Right.” European Party Politics in Times of Crisis. Edited by Swen Hutter and Hanspeter Kriesi. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019. 261-280.

Love, Gary. “A ‘Mixture of Britannia and Boadicea’: Dorothy Crisp’s Conservatism and the Limits of Right-Wing Women’s Political Activism, 1927-48.” Twentieth Century British History 30.2 (June 2019): 174-204. Abstract.

Loxbo, Karl, Jonas Hinnfors, and Magnus Hagevi, and Sofie Blombäck, and Marie Demker. “The Decline of Western European Social Democracy: Exploring the Transformed Link between Welfare State Generosity and the Electoral Strength of Social Democratic Parties, 1975-2014.” Party Politics, First Published July 9, 2019. Full text and here.

Lubbers, Marcel. “What kind of nationalism sets the radical right and its electorate apart from the rest? Pride in the nation’s history as part of nationalist nostalgia.” Nations and Nationalism 25.2 (2019): 449-466. Full text and here.

Lugo-Ocando, Jairo. “The ‘Changing’ Face of Media Discourses on Poverty in the Age of Populism and Anti-Globalisation: The Political Appeal of Anti-Modernity and Certainty in Brazil.” International Communication Gazette, First Published October 8, 2019.  Abstract.

Lutkenhaus, Roel O., Jeroen Jansz, and Martine P.A. Bouman. “Mapping the Dutch vaccination debate on Twitter: Identifying communities, narratives, and interactions.” Vaccine: X 1 (2019): 1-10. Full text and here and here.

Lutz, Philipp. “Variation in policy success: radical right populism and migration policy.” West European Politics 42.3 (2019): 517-544. Full text.

Lynch, Frederick R. “‘How Did This Man Get Elected?’ Perspectives on American Politics, Populism and Donald Trump.” Society, First Online: 24 June 2019. Abstract.

Macaulay, Marcia. “Bernie and the Donald: A Comparison of Left- and Right-Wing Populist Discourse.” Populist Discourse: International Perspectives. Edited by Marcia Macaulay. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019, pp. 165-95. Abstract and references.

Macklin, Graham. “The Evolution of Extreme-Right Terrorism and Efforts to Counter It in the United Kingdom.” CTC Sentinel (Combating Terrorism Center, U.S. Military Academy, West Point, NY) 12.1 (January 2019): 15-20. Full text and here.

Macklin, Graham, and Craig Fowlie, “The fascist who would be king: Count Geoffrey Potocki de Montalk.” Patterns of Prejudice 53.2 (2019): 152-177. Abstract.

Maines, Christian. “Crusaders Past and Present: European Semiotics and the Radical Right.” Tortoise 6 (Spring 2019). Full text and here.

Maly, Ico. “New Right Metapolitics and the Algorithmic Activism of Schild & Vrienden.” Social Media + Society 5.2 (April-June 2019).  Full text and here and here.

“Mapping the Discursive Opportunities for Radical-Right Populist Politics across Eastern Europe” [special issue]. Problems of Post-Communism 66.1 (2019). Contents: Introduction: Special Issue: Mapping the Discursive Opportunities for Radical-Right Populist Politics across Eastern Europe, by Ov Cristian Norocel and Gabriella Szabó, 1-7, full text and here; Phoenix Populism Radical Right Parties’ Mobilization in Romania after 2015, by Sorina Soare and Claudiu D. Tufiş, 8-20, abstract and funding; Media Populism on the Example of Right-Wing Political Parties’ Communication in Slovenia, by Mojca Pajnik, 21-32, abstract and funding; Media Visibility and Inclusion of Radical Right Populism in Hungary and Romania: A Discursive Opportunity Approach, by Gabriella Szabó, Ov Cristian Norocel, and Márton Bene, 33-46, abstract and funding; Discursive Opportunities for the Estonian Populist Radical Right in a Digital Society, by Andres Kasekamp, Mari-Liis Madisson, and Louis Wierenga, 47-58, abstract; We Talk about the “Others” and You Listen Closely: The Extreme Right Communication on Social Media, by Alena Kluknavská and Matej Hruška, 59-70, abstract and funding; Polish Right-Wing Populism in the Era of Social Media: The Unexpected Careers of Paweł Kukiz and Janusz Korwin-Mikke, by Artur Lipiński and Agnieszka Stępińska, 71-82, abstract and funding.

Marcy, Richard, and Valerie D’Erman. “The European ‘New Right’ as Radical Social Innovation.” Journal for the Study of Radicalism 13.2 (2019): 65-90. First page.

Martherus, James L., Andres G. Martinez, Paul K. Piff, and Alexander G. Theodoridis. “Party Animals? Extreme Partisan Polarization and Dehumanization.” Political Behavior, First Online: 3 July 2019. Abstract, supplementary material, and references.

Masood, Ayesha, and Muhammad Azfar Nisar. “Speaking out: A Postcolonial Critique of the Academic Discourse on Far-Right Populism.” Organization, First Published February 22, 2019.  On the development of far-right populist movements in the Global South East, including the rise of the Bharatiya Janta Party in India.  Abstract.

Mattsson, Christer, and Thomas Johansson. “Leaving Hate Behind – Neo-Nazis, Significant Others and Disengagement.” The Journal for Deradicalization 18 (Spring 2019): 185-216. Full text.

Maxwell, Robbie. “‘A Shooting Star of Conservatism’: George S. Benson, the National Education Program and the ‘Radical Right.'” Journal of American Studies 53.2 (May 2019): 372-400.  Abstract and references.

McAlexander, Richard J. “How Are Immigration and Terrorism Related? An Analysis of Right- and Left-Wing Terrorism in Western Europe, 1980-2004.” Journal of Global Security Studies, Published: 9 May 2019. Abstract.

McCarthy, Angela F., Laura R. Olson, and James C. Garand. “Religious Right, Religious Left, Both, or Neither? Understanding Religio-Political Identification.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, First published: 4 August 2019. Abstract.

McCulloch, Jude, Sandra Walklate, JaneMaree Maher, Kate Fitz-Gibbon, and Jasmine McGowan. “Lone Wolf Terrorism Through a Gendered Lens: Men Turning Violent or Violent Men Behaving Violently?” Critical Criminology, First Online: 26 July 2019. Abstract and references.

McDonnell, Duncan, and Luis Cabrera. “The right-wing populism of India’s Bharatiya Janata Party (and why comparativists should care).” Democratization 26.3 (2019): 484-501. Full text and here and here.

McElreath, David Hughes, Gregg W. Etter Sr., Daniel Adrian Doss, Leisa S. McElreath, and Ashley M. Lindsley.  “The Ku Klux Klan Today in Mississippi: Invisible or Insignificant?” Journal of Gang Research 26.4 (Summer 2019): 1-12.  Full text.

Mebane, Minou Ella. “Political Polarization and Activism of Female Political Activists.” La Camera Blu. Rivista di studi di genere 20 (July 2019): 29-39. Full text and here.

Meloy, J. Reid, Alasdair M. Goodwill, M. J. Meloy, Gwyn Amat, Maria Martinez, and Melinda Morgan. “Some TRAP-18 indicators discriminate between terrorist attackers and other subjects of national security concern.” Journal of Threat Assessment and Management, First Posting Feb. 4, 2019. Abstract.

Merrill, Samuel, and Bernard Grofman. “What Are the Effects of Entry of New Extremist Parties on the Policy Platforms of Mainstream Parties?” Journal of Theoretical Politics, First Published June 27, 2019. Abstract.

Merriman, Ben. “‘Establishing the Conservative Phenomenon.'” The Sociological Quarterly, Published online: 20 June 2019. Abstract.

Michael, George. “Useful Idiots or Fellow Travelers? The Relationship between the American Far Right and Russia.” Terrorism and Political Violence 31.1 (2019): 64-83. Full text.

Michalski, Joseph H. “Terrorism and lethal moralism in the United States and United Kingdom, 1970-2017.” The British Journal of Sociology, First published: 4 January 2019. On terrorism as a special form of moralistic violence. Abstract.

Michelsen, Nicholas, and Pablo de Orellana. “Pessimism and the Alt-Right: Knowledge, Power, Race and Time.” Pessimism in International Relations: Provocations, Possibilities, Politics. Edited by Tim Stevens and Nicholas Michelsen. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020. 119-36. Abstract.

Miller, Gregory D. “Blurred Lines: The New ‘Domestic’ Terrorism.” Perspectives on Terrorism 13.3 (June 2019): 66-78. Full text.

Miller, Vincent, and Keith J. Hayward. “‘I Did My Bit’: Terrorism, Tarde and the Vehicle Ramming Attack as an Imitative Event.” The British Journal of Criminology 59.1 (January 2019): 1-23. On Darren Osborne (the Finsbury Park terror attacker) and the social theory of Gabriel Tarde. Full text and here. Corrigendum and here.

Miller-Idriss, Cynthia. “The Global Dimensions of Populist Nationalism.” The International Spectator – Italian Journal of International Affairs, Published online: 13 May 2019. Abstract.

Mills, Colleen E., Joshua D. Freilich, Steven M. Chermak, Thomas J. Holt, and Gary LaFree. “Social Learning and Social Control in the Off- and Online Pathways to Hate Crime and Terrorist Violence.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Published online: 29 Mar 2019. Includes case studies of far-rightist perpetrators Benjamin Nathaniel Smith and Jerad Miller. Abstract and funding.

Mills, Michael F. “Obamageddon: Fear, the Far Right, and the Rise of ‘Doomsday’ Prepping in Obama’s America.” Journal of American Studies, Published online: 13 June 2019.  Abstract and references.

Mitts, Tamar. “Terrorism and the Rise of Right-Wing Content in Israeli Books.” International Organization 73.1 (Winter 2019): 203-224. Full text and here. Supplementary Appendix.

Moghadam, Valentine M., and Gizem Kaftan. “Right-Wing Populisms North and South: Varieties and Gender Dynamics.” Women’s Studies International Forum 75 (July-August 2019) 102244. Abstract.

Mohiuddin, Asif.  “Islamophobia and the Discursive Reconstitution of Religious Imagination in Europe.”  Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs 39.2 (Apr. 2019): 135-156.  Abstract.

Montalbano, Kathryn. “Islamophobia in Reactionary News: Radicalizing Christianity in the United States.” Open Library of Humanities 5.1 (16 September 2019): 61, pp. 1-49.  Full text and here.

Moore, Robyn. “Whiteness=politeness: Interest-Convergence in Australian History Textbooks, 1950-2010.” Critical Discourse Studies, Published online: 2 July 2019. Abstract.

Morán Faúndes, José Manuel. “The Geopolitics of Moral Panic: The Influence of Argentinian Neo-Conservatism in the Genesis of the Discourse of ‘Gender Ideology.'” International Sociology, First Published July 1, 2019. Abstract.

Morrison, James. “Re-framing free movement in the countdown to Brexit? Shifting UK press portrayals of EU migrants in the wake of the referendum.” The British Journal of Politics and International Relations, First Published June 20, 2019. Abstract.

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 67.3 (Aug. 2019): 539-556.  Full text and here and here and here.

Mosca, Lorenzo, and Filippo Tronconi. “Beyond left and right: the eclectic populism of the Five Star Movement.” West European Politics, Published online: 13 May 2019. Full text and here.

Mosimann, Nadja, Line Rennwald, and Adrian Zimmermann. “The radical right, the labour movement and the competition for the workers’ vote.” Economic and Industrial Democracy 40.1 (February 2019): 65-90. Full text and here.

Moulton, Aaron Coy. “The dictators’ domino theory: a Caribbean Basin anti-communist network, 1947-1952.” Intelligence and National Security, Published online: 11 June 2019. Abstract and funding.

Mudde, Cas. “The 2019 EU Elections: Moving the Center.” Journal of Democracy 30.4 (Oct. 2019): 20-34.  Full text and here and here.

Muirhead, Russell, and Nancy L. Rosenblum. “Conspiracy Without the Theory.” The Atlantic, April 8, 2019. Full text.

Muis, Iris, Gerwin van Schie, Maranke Wieringa, and Tim de Winkel. “‘Liberation Begins with Stating the Facts’: Framing Statistics and Information Bricolage in Geert Wilders’ Twitter Practice.” Open Library of Humanities 5.1 (2019): 1. Full text.

Müller, Philipp, and Anne Schulz. “Alternative Media for a Populist Audience? Exploring Political and Media Use Predictors of Exposure to Breitbart, Sputnik, and Co.” Information, Communication & Society, Published online: 1 Aug. 2019. Abstract and funding.

Munn, Luke. “Alt-right pipeline: Individual journeys to extremism online.” First Monday 24.6 (3 June 2019). Full text and here.

Muñoz Molina, Antonio. “Siegfried’s Bloodline.” Translated from the Spanish by Guillermo Bleichmar. The Hudson Review (Spring 2019). Mentions Houston Stewart Chamberlain, The Foundations of the Nineteenth Century (Chamberlain’s crude pseudoscientific racist manual), Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf (Hitler), National Socialism, Albert Speer, and Siegfried and Winifred Wagner. Full text.

Munson, Ziad. “Protest and Religion: The U.S. Pro-Life Movement.” Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics, May 23, 2019. Summary.

Mustamo, Aila. “The Crisis of the Welfare State and the Politics of the Past in Black Metal and Folk Metal Subcultures.” YOUNG, First Published July 26, 2019. In part, on connections between the metal cultures, criticism of the welfare models, and rising far-right ideologies. Abstract.

Myagkov, Mikhail, Vitaliy V. Kashpur, Alexey A. Baryshev, Viacheslav L. Goiko, and Evgeniy V. Shchekotin. “Distinguishing Features of the Activity of Extreme Right Groups under Conditions of State Counteraction to Online Extremism in Russia.” Region: Regional Studies of Russia, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia 8.1 (January 2019): 41-74. Abstract and first page.

Myagkov, Mikhail, Evgeniy V. Shchekotin, Sergey I. Chudinov, and Vyacheslav L. Goiko. “A comparative analysis of right-wing radical and Islamist communities’ strategies for survival in social networks (evidence from the Russian social network Vkontakte).” Media, War & Conflict, First Published May 8, 2019. Abstract.

Myagkov, Mikhail, Evgeniy V. Shchekotin, Vyacheslav L. Goiko, Vitaliy V. Kashpur, and Ekaterina A. Aksenova. “The Socio-Economic and Demographic Factors of Online Activity among Right-Wing Radicals.” Studies of Transition States and Societies (STSS) 11.1 (2019): 19-38. Full text and here.

Mykholap, C.  “Extreme Cultural Attitudes among Ukrainian Youngsters.” Стратегії міжкультурної комунікації в мовній освіті сучасних університетів. Збірник матеріалів V-ї Міжнародної наукової конференції. ІІ-го міжнародного наукового конгресу Smart Society 2019.  Київ: кнеу, 2019. 377-381.  Full text and here and here.

Nelson, Joshua. “Psychodynamics and their associated myths and fantasies in the contemporary American right wing.” International Journal of Applied Psychoanalytic Studies, First published: 16 April 2019. Abstract.

Netolitzky, Donald J. “After the Hammer: Six Years of Meads v. Meads.” Alberta Law Review 56.4 (2019): 1167-1208. Full text.

Newth, George. “The Roots of the Lega Nord’s Populist Regionalism.” Patterns of Prejudice 53.4 (Aug. 2019): 384-406.  Abstract.

Nijs, Tom, Tobias H. Stark, and Maykel Verkuyten. “Negative Intergroup Contact and Radical Right-Wing Voting: The Moderating Roles of Personal and Collective Self-Efficacy.” Political Psychology, First published: 8 March 2019. Abstract.

Nilsson, Per-Erik. “Fuck Autonomy: Neo-Orientalism and Abjection in Michel Houellebecq’s Soumission.” European Review, Published online: 9 July 2019. Abstract and references.

Nouri, Lella, and Nuria Lorenzo-Dus. “Investigating Reclaim Australia and Britain First’s Use of Social Media: Developing a New Model of Imagined Political Communities Online.” Journal for Deradicalization 18 (Spring 2019): 1-37. Full text.

Numerato, Dino, Lenka Vochocová, Václav Štětka, and Alena Macková. “The Vaccination Debate in the ‘Post-Truth’ Era: Social Media as Sites of Multi-Layered Reflexivity.” Sociology of Health & Illness 41.S1 (2019): 82-97. Full text and here and here.

Nyamunda, Tinashe. “In Defence of White Rule in Southern Africa: Portuguese-Rhodesian Economic Relations to 1974.” South African Historical Journal, Published online: 23 May 2019. Abstract.

O’Byrne, Darren J. “The Rise of Populism, the Demise of the Neoliberal and Neoconservative Globalist Projects, and the War on Human Rights.” International Critical Thought 9.2 (Apr. 2019): 254-268.  Abstract.

Onnerfors, Andreas. “Performing ‘the People’? The populist style of politics in the German PEGIDA-movement.” Imagining the Peoples of Europe: Populist discourses across the political spectrum. Edited by Jan Zienkowski and Ruth Breeze. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2019. 173-200. Chapter abstract and references.

Onursal, Recep, and Daniel Kirkpatrick. “Is Extremism the ‘New’ Terrorism? the Convergence of ‘Extremism’ and ‘Terrorism’ in British Parliamentary Discourse.” Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 22 Apr. 2019. Abstract.

Opratko, Benjamin. “Devils from Our Past: Liberal Islamophobia in Austria as Historicist Racism.” Ethnic and Racial Studies 42.16 (Dec. 2019): 159-176. Full text and here and here.

Osborne, Carilee. “Progressive International: Challenging the rise of right-wing nationalism.” New Agenda: South African Journal of Social and Economic Policy 72 (Apr. 2019): 40-43. Abstract.

Ost, David. “‘Down with 1989!’: The Peculiar Right-Wing Backlash against 1968 in Poland.” East European Politics and Societies, First Published September 27, 2019.  Abstract.

“The ‘other’ alternatives: Political right-wing alternative media” [special issue]. Journal of Alternative and Community Media 4.1 (2019). Contents: The ‘other’ alternatives: Political right-wing alternative media, by André Haller, Kristoffer Holt, and Renaud de La Brosse, 1-6 — Strange fruit: The rise of Brazil’s ‘new right-wing’ and the Non-Partisan School Movement, by Richard Romancini and Fernanda Castilho, 7-22 — User profiles for populist counter-media websites in Finland, by Elina Noppari, Ilmari Hiltunen, and Laura Ahva, 23-37 — Young, free and biased: A comparison of mainstream and right-wing media coverage of the 2015-16 refugee crisis in German newspapers, by Gerret von Nordheim, Henrik Müller, and Michael Scheppe, 38-56 — Framing the mass media: Exploring ‘fake news’ as a frame embedded in political discourse, by Jan R Riebling and Ina von der Wense, 57-76 — US alt-right media and the creation of the counter-collective memory, by Krzysztof Wasilewski, 77-91. Full text.

Otjes, Simon. “What Is Left of the Radical Right? The Economic Agenda of the Dutch Freedom Party 2006-2017.” Politics of the Low Countries 1.2 (2019): 81-102.  Full text and here and here.

Owen, Erica. “Economics of populism.” Women Shaping Global Economic Governance. Edited by Arancha González and Marion Jansen. London: CEPR Press, 2019. 161-169. Full text.

Özdamar, Özgür, and Erdem Ceydilek. “European populist radical right leaders’ foreign policy beliefs: An operational code analysis.” European Journal of International Relations, First Published May 30, 2019. Abstract and here. Appendix 1. The Operational Codes of European Populist Radical Right Leaders Compared to Norming Group’s Scores. Appendix_2 for European populist radical right leaders’ foreign policy beliefs: An operational code analysis.

Özen, Hariye M. “Islamic Conservative Populism in Turkey: The case of the AKP.” Imagining the Peoples of Europe: Populist discourses across the political spectrum. Edited by Jan Zienkowski and Ruth Breeze. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2019. 101-122. On the Justice and Development Party (AKP) in Turkey. Chapter abstract and references.

Pappas, Takis S. “Populists in Power.” Journal of Democracy 30.2 (April 2019). First page.

Parasram, Ajay. “Pathological White Fragility and the Canadian Nation.” Studies in Political Economy 100.2 (May 2019): 194-207.  Full text and here and here.

Parham, Clay H.  “Comparative Models in German Elections: Using the German Far-Right Party as a Proxy for Ethnic Conflict.”  Claremont-UC Undergraduate Research Conference on the European Union (2019): 67-76. Full text and here.

Parsons, Jack.  “The Resurgence of Right-Wing Populist Politics – Economic and Cultural Perspectives.”  The New Collection (New College, Oxford) 13 (Trinity 2019): 1-11.  Full text.

Pascale, Celine-Marie.  “The weaponization of language: Discourses of rising right-wing authoritarianism.”  Current Sociology,  First Published October 11, 2019.  Abstract.

Pasieka, Agnieszka. “Anthropology of the far right: What if we like the ‘unlikeable’ others?” Anthropology Today 35.1 (February 2019): 3-6. Abstract.

Patrona, Marianna. “The talk scandal as mediatized event and communicative resource in far-right populist talk.” Discourse, Context & Media 29 (June 2019). Abstract.

Paxton, Fred. “Towards a Populist Local Democracy? The Consequences of Populist Radical Right Local Government Leadership in Western Europe.” Representation, Published online: 2 Aug. 2019.  Investigating the extent to which populist radical right (PRR) parties advance a populist democratic agenda when in leadership of the executive at the local level of government.  Abstract.

Pearson, Chad. “Scholarship on the Rise of the Right.” Monthly Review 70.9 (February 2019). Full text.

Perry, Barbara. “Anti-Authority and Militia Movements in Canada.” The Journal of Intelligence, Conflict, and Warfare 1.3 (2019). Full text.

Petsinis, Vassilis. “Hijacking the Left? The Populist and Radical Right in Two Post-Communist Polities 1.”  Left Radicalism and Populism in Europe.  Edited by Giorgos Charalambous and Gregoris Ioannou.  London and New York: Routledge, 2019.  156-180. Chapter abstract.

Petsinis, Vassilis. “Identity Politics and Right-Wing Populism in Estonia: The Case of EKRE.” Nationalism and Ethnic Politics 25.2 (Apr. 2019): 211-230.  Full text and here.

Pettersson, Katarina. “‘Freedom of speech requires actions.’ Exploring the discourse of politicians convicted of anti-Muslim hate-speech.” European Journal of Social Psychology, First published: 11 February 2019. Abstract and here.

Pinto, José. “The Siren Song of Populism.” Global Journal of Human-Social Science: (F) Political Science 19.2 (Ver. 1.0) (2019): 10-17. Full text and here.

Pirro, Andrea L. P. “Ballots and barricades enhanced: far-right ‘movement parties’ and movement-electoral interactions.” Nations and Nationalism, First published: 17 January 2019. Full text.

Pirro, Andrea LP, Elena Pavan, Adam Fagan, and David Gazsi. “Close Ever, Distant Never? Integrating Protest Event and Social Network Approaches into the Transformation of the Hungarian Far Right.” Party Politics, First Published July 29, 2019. Abstract.

Pitcher, Ben. “Racism and Brexit: Notes towards an Antiracist Populism.” Ethnic and Racial Studies, Published online: 22 July 2019. Abstract.

Plattner, Marc F. “Illiberal Democracy and the Struggle on the Right.” Journal of Democracy 30.1 (January 2019): 5-19. Abstract and first page.

Poole, Elizabeth, Eva Giraud, and Ed de Quincey. “Contesting #StopIslam: The Dynamics of a Counter-narrative Against Right-wing Populism.” Open Library of Humanities 5.1 (2019): 5. Full text.

Prokupkova, Vendula.  “Two Mobilization Waves of the Czech Anti-Islam Movement. Collective Actors and the Identity Change of the Movement 2015-2016.”  Intersections: East European Journal of Society and Politics 4.4 (Jan. 2019): 51-71.  Full text.

Rabenschlag, Ann-Judith. “Who Owns the West? German Political Establishment and the New Right.” Contestations of Liberal Order: The West in Crisis? Edited by Marko Lehti, Henna-Riikka Pennanen, and Jukka Jouhki. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020 (ebook available 2019). 175-199. Chapter abstract and references.

Radford, Benjamin J. “Automated dictionary generation for political eventcoding.” Political Science Research and Methods, Published online: 27 March 2019. Abstract and references.

Rahman, Nur Aisyah Abdul. “How Can Right-Wing Extremism Exacerbate Islamophobia After a Jiihadi Attack? Insights from Europe.” Learning From Violent Extremist Attacks: Behavioural Sciences Insights for Practitioners and Policymakers. Editors Majeed Khader, Neo Loo Seng, Jethro Tan, Damien D Cheong, Jeffery Chin. Singapore, Hackensack, NJ, and London: World Scientific, 2019. 549-569.

Rama, José, and Andrés Santana. “In the name of the people: left populists versus right populists.” European Politics and Society, Published online: 22 Mar. 2019. Abstract.

Ramírez, Hernán. “Neoliberalism in Brazil: An Analysis from the Viewpoint of the Current Situation.” PSL Quarterly Review 72.289 (Aug. 2019): 117-134. Full text and here.

Ravenscroft, Ian. “Terrorism, religion and self-control: An unexpected connection between conservative religious commitment and terrorist efficacy.” Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 11 Mar. 2019. Abstract.

Ray, Argha, and Joey F. George. “Online Disinformation and the Psychological Bases of Prejudice and Political Conservatism.” Proceedings of the 52nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences 2019 (2019): 2742-2752. Full text.

Rees, Anne. “‘Treated like Chinamen’: United States Immigration Restriction and White British Subjects.” Journal of Global History 14.2 (July 2019): 239-260. Abstract and references.

Rees, Jonas, Yann Rees, Jens H. Hellmann, and Andreas Zick. “Climate of Hate: Similar Correlates of Far Right Electoral Support and Right-Wing Hate Crimes in Germany.” Frontiers in Psychology, Accepted: 30 Sept. 2019.  Abstract.

Reeve, Zoey. “Terrorism as Parochial Altruism: Experimental Evidence.” Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 29 July 2019. Abstract.

Rheindorf, Markus, and Ruth Wodak. “‘Austria First’ Revisited: A Diachronic Cross-Sectional Analysis of the Gender and Body Politics of the Extreme Right.” Patterns of Prejudice 53.3 (May 2019): 302-320.  Full text.

Richards, Imogen. “A Dialectical Approach to Online Propaganda: Australia’s United Patriots Front, Right-Wing Politics, and Islamic State.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 42.1-2 (2019): 43-69. Full text.

Richards, Imogen. “A Philosophical and Historical Analysis of ‘Generation Identity’: Fascism, Online Media, and the European New Right.” Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 30 Sept. 2019.  Abstract.

Richardson, John E. “British Fascism, Fascist Culture, British Culture.” Patterns of Prejudice 53.3 (May 2019): 236-252. Abstract.

Richardson, Paul B. “Sovereignty, The Hyperreal, and ‘Taking Back Control.'” Annals of the American Association of Geographers, Published online: 24 May 2019. Abstract and notes.

Ricknell, Emma. “‘Is Sweden Finally Waking Up?’ Debating the 2018 Swedish National Election on 4chan.” Statsvetenskaplig tidskrift 121.3 (2019): 441-463. Full text.

Rieger, Diana, Lena Frischlich, and Gary Bente. “Dealing with the dark side: The effects of right-wing extremist and Islamist extremist propaganda from a social identity perspective.” Media, War & Conflict, First Published March 1, 2019. Abstract.

Robinson, William I. “Global Capitalist Crisis and Twenty-First Century Fascism: Beyond the Trump Hype.” Science & Society 83.2 (April 2019): 481-509. Full text.

Romo, Scott. “Self-Radicalization in the Public Sphere: A Concept Explication of Red-Pilling,” OSR Journal of Student Research (California State University, San Bernardino) Vol. 5, Article 186 (2019). On Red-Pilling, the process of radicalization into right-wing extremism through active involvement in online communities and algorithmic suggestion. Abstract.

Rooduijn, Matthijs, and Stijn van Kessel. “Populism and Euroskepticism in the European Union.” Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics, Aug. 2019. Summary.

Roose, Joshua M., and Bryan S. Turner. “Islamophobia, Science and the Advocacy Concept.” Society, First Online: 24 June 2019. Full text.

Rosenberg, Andrew S. “Measuring Racial Bias in International Migration Flows.” International Studies Quarterly, Published: 21 June 2019. Using the migration deviation as a measure of racism and xenophobia in international migration flows. Abstract.

Ross, Andrew S., and Damian J. Rivers. “Internet Memes, Media Frames, and the Conflicting Logics of Climate Change Discourse.” Environmental Communication, Published online: 24 Jan. 2019. On internet memes that represent one of five common frames related to climate change that can be manipulated to address either the skeptical or convinced logic within climate change new media discourse. Abstract.

Ross, Christopher. “The Alt-Right, the Christian Right, and Implications on Free Speech.” 20 Rutgers Journal of Law & Religion 47 (2019). Full Text.

Rossolinski-Liebe, Grzegorz. “Survivor Testimonies and the Coming to Terms with the Holocaust in Volhynia and Eastern Galicia: The Case of the Ukrainian Nationalists.” East European Politics and Societies, First Published September 16, 2019.  Abstract.

Rothmund, Tobias, Laurits Bromme, and Flávio Azevedo. “Justice for the People? How Justice Sensitivity Can Foster and Impair Support for Populist Radical-Right Parties and Politicians in the United States and in Germany.” Political Psychology, First published: 16 October 2019.  Full text and here and here.

Rovny, Jan, and Jonathan Polk. “Still Blurry? Economic Salience, Position and Voting for Radical Right Parties in Western Europe.” European Journal of Political Research, First published: 24 September 2019.  AbstractAppendix (figures and tables, including Table 2: Radical Right Parties in CHES data).

Rudling, Per Anders. “Eugenics and racial anthropology in the Ukrainian radical nationalist tradition.” Science in Context 32.1 (March 2019): 67-91. Abstract and references.

Ruedin, Didier, and Laura Morales. “Estimating party positions on immigration: Assessing the reliability and validity of different methods.” Party Politics 25.3 (May 2019): 303-314. A comparison of manual and automated coding methods drawing on 283 party manifestos. Abstract.

Ruiz Carnicer, Miguel Ángel. “Late Spanish Fascists in a Changing World: Latin American Communists and East European Reformism, 1956-1975.” Contemporary European History 28.3 (Aug. 2019): 358-371. Abstract and references.

Rustin, Michael. “Understanding right-wing populism.” The Unconscious in Social and Political Life. Edited by David Morgan. Bicester, Oxfordshire: Phoenix Publishing House Ltd, 2019. 39-52.

Sainudiin, Raazesh, Kumar Yogeeswaran, Kyle Nash, and Rania Sahioun. “Characterizing the Twitter Network of Prominent Politicians and SPLC-Defined Hate Groups in the 2016 US Presidential Election.” Social Network Analysis and Mining, First Online: 19 July 2019. Full text.

Sakib, Nazmus, and Syed Muhammad Ishraque Osman. “Syrian Refugee Influx and the Rise of Far-Right Rhetoric: A Quasi-Experimental Investigation.” European Politics and Society, Published online: 3 July 2019.  Abstract.

Salzborn, Samuel. “Extreme Right-Wing Parties in and Against Europe. A Systematizing Comparison.” The State of the European Union: Fault Lines in European Integration. Edited by Stefanie Wöhl, Elisabeth Springler, Martin Pachel, and Bernhard Zeilinger. Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 2019. 103-130. Chapter abstract and references.

Sanger, William, and Thierry Warin. “Dataset of Jaccard similarity indices from 1,597 European political manifestos across 27 countries (1945-2017).” Data in Brief, Available online 9 April 2019. Full text.

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. Chapter abstract and references.

Saunders, Robert A. “Of Gods and Men: Uses and Abuses of Neo-Paganism by Nationalist Movements in the ‘North.'” Northern Myths, Modern Identities: The Nationalisation of Northern Mythologies Since 1800. Edited by Simon Halink. Leiden; Boston: Brill, 2019. 127-155. First two pages.

Savoulian, Rupen. “How eco-fascism greenwashes hate.” Green Left Weekly 1236 (Sept. 10, 2019): 12.  Abstract.

Schelkshorn, Hans. “The Ideology of the New Right and Religious Conservativism. Towards an Ethical Critique of the New Politics of Authoritarianism.” Interdisciplinary Journal for Religion and Transformation in Contemporary Society 4.2 (January 2019): 124-141. Full text.

Schneiker, Andrea. “The New Defenders of Human Rights? How Radical Right-Wing TNGOs Are Using the Human Rights Discourse to Promote Their Ideas.” Global Society 33.2 (Apr. 2019): 149-162.  Abstract.

Schumann, Sandy, Diana Boer, Katja Hanke, and James Liu. “Social Media Use and Support for Populist Radical Right Parties: Assessing Exposure and Selection Effects in a Two-Wave Panel Study.” Information, Communication & Society, Published online: 5 Oct. 2019.  Abstract and funding.

Schuurman, Bart. “Topics in Terrorism Research: Reviewing Trends and Gaps, 2007-2016.” Critical Studies on Terrorism 12.3 (July 2019): 463-480.  Full text.

Schuurman, Bart, Lasse Lindekilde, Stefan Malthaner, Francis O’Connor, Paul Gill, and Noémie Bouhana. “End of the Lone Wolf: The Typology that Should Not Have Been.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 42.8 (2019): 771-778. Full text and here and here and here.

Scrivens, Ryan, and Maura Conway.  “The roles of ‘old’ and ‘new’ media tools and technologies in the facilitation of violent extremism and terrorism.”  The Human Factor of Cybercrime. Edited by Rutger Leukfeldt and Thomas J. Holt.  New York: Routledge, 2019.  Full text.

Scrivens, Ryan, Tiana Gaudette, Garth Davies, and Richard Frank. “Searching for Extremist Content Online Using the Dark Crawler and Sentiment Analysis.” Methods of Criminology and Criminal Justice Research. Edited by Mathieu Deflem and Derek M.D. Silva. Bingley, West Yorkshire: Emerald Publishing Limited, 2019. 179-194. Full text.

Seet, Adam Z. “Serving the White nation: Bringing internalised racism within a sociological understanding.”  Journal of Sociology, First Published October 17, 2019.  Abstract.

Segarra, Paulina, and Ajnesh Prasad. “Colonization, migration, and right-wing extremism: The constitution of embodied life of a dispossessed undocumented immigrant woman.” Organization, First Published February 21, 2019. Abstract.

Segesten, Anamaria Dutceac, and Michael Bossetta. “Can Euroscepticism Contribute to a European Public Sphere? The Europeanization of Media Discourses on Euroscepticism across Six Countries.” JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies, First published: 26 April 2019. Abstract.

Seikkula, Minna. “(Un)making ‘extreme’ and ‘ordinary’ whiteness: Activists’ narratives on antiracist mobilisation in Finland.” The Sociological Review 67.5 (September 2019): 1002-1017. Abstract.

Serwer, Adam. “White Nationalism’s Deep American Roots.” The Atlantic (April 2019). Mentions the American eugenics movement; Steve Bannon (Trump’s former campaign chief); Robert Bowers (the Tree of Life synagogue shooter); The Camp of the Saints (1973 dystopian French novel in which the “white world” is annihilated by mass immigration); The Case for Sterilization (book by Leon Whitney); Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882; Jim Crow; Joseph Arthur de Gobineau (French proponent of “race science”); Hermann Goering (commander in chief of the Nazi air force); Madison Grant (American proponent of “race science”); “the great replacement” (the theory of the replacement of Europeans by nonwhite immigrants and refugees); Adolf Hitler; Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965; Immigration Act of 1924; immigration restriction; the Immigration Restriction League; Laura Ingraham; Albert Johnson (a Republican congressman, nativist, and union buster); Steve King; Heinrich Krieger (Nazi racialist); David Lane (white supremacist and author of the “fourteen words” manifesto); Harry Laughlin (American eugenicist); literacy test on new immigrants; mongrelization; the “one-drop rule” (the rule which defined anyone with any trace of African blood as black); Henry Fairfield Osborn (American eugenicist); The Passing of the Great Race (Madison Grant’s book which spread the doctrine of race purity); race-mixing; “race science”; “race suicide” (doctrine that the exalted “Nordic” race that had founded America was in peril during the immigration scare of the early 20th century; rebranded today as “white genocide”); racial amalgamation; David Reed (Pennsylvania senator who sponsored the Immigration Act of 1924); The Rising Tide of Color Against White World-Supremacy (Lothrop Stoddard’s book which warned about the destruction of white society by invading dusky hordes); Edward A. Ross (American proponent of “race science” and coiner of the term “race suicide”); Richard Spencer (white nationalist); Lothrop Stoddard (one of Madison Grant’s disciples); Unite the White rally (the march in Charlottesville, Virginia, where neo-Nazis chanted “Jews will not replace us”); Francis Walker (American proponent of “race science”); “white genocide” (neo-Nazi conspiracy theory of white extinction under an onslaught of genetically or culturally inferior nonwhite interlopers); Leon Whitney (American eugenicist); and William Z. Ripley (American proponent of “race science”). Full text.

Shehaj, Albana, Adrian J Shin, and Ronald Inglehart. “Immigration and right-wing populism: An origin story.” Party Politics, First Published May 17, 2019. Abstract.

Shen, Qinlan, and Carolyn P. Rosé. “The Discourse of Online Content Moderation: Investigating Polarized User Responses to Changes in Reddit’s Quarantine Policy.” Proceedings of the Third Workshop on Abusive Language Online. Sarah T. Roberts, Joel Tetreault, Vinodkumar Prabhakaran, Zeerak Waseem (Editors). Stroudsburg, PA: Association for Computational Linguistics, 2019. Full text.

Shenk, Timothy. “Right Privilege: Conservatism in the Age of Trump.” Dissent 66.1 (Winter 2019): 104-117. Abstract and first page.

Shin, Adrian J. “Primary Resources, Secondary Labor: Natural Resources and Immigration Policy.” International Studies Quarterly, Published: 17 June 2019. Finding that oil-rich democracies are more likely to restrict low-skill immigration. Abstract.

Shor, Fran. “The Long Life of US Institutionalized White Supremacist Terror.” Critical Sociology, First Published June 18, 2019. Abstract.

Siapera, Eugenia. “Organised and Ambient Digital Racism: Multidirectional Flows in the Irish Digital Sphere.” Open Library of Humanities 5.1 (2019): 13. Full text.

Sieckelinck, Stijn, Elga Sikkens, Marion van San, Sita Kotnis, and Micha De Winter.  “Transitional Journeys Into and Out of Extremism. A Biographical Approach.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 42.7 (July 2019): 662-682.  Abstract and notes.

Simi, Pete, Steven Windisch, Daniel Harris, and Gina Ligon. “Anger from Within: the Role of Emotions in Disengagement from Violent Extremism.” Journal of Qualitative Criminal Justice and Criminology (JQCJC) 7.2 (2019): 3-28. Full text.

Simko, Jakub, Martina Hanakova, Patrik Racsko, Matus Tomlein, Robert Moro, and Maria Bielikova.  “Fake News Reading on Social Media: An Eye-tracking Study.”   HT ’19. Proceedings of the 30th ACM Conference on Hypertext and Social Media. New York: Association for Computing Machinery, 2019. 221-230.  Full text and here and here.

Simonsen, Kristina Bakkær. “The Democratic Consequences of Anti-immigrant Political Rhetoric: A Mixed Methods Study of Immigrants’ Political Belonging.” Political Behavior, First Online: 2 May 2019. Abstract, Notes, Appendix 1, Appendix 2. Transcripts of Video Clips Shown During Focus Group Sessions, Appendix 3, Appendix 4, and References.

Simonsen, Kristina Bakkær, and Bart Bonikowski. “Is civic nationalism necessarily inclusive? Conceptions of nationhood and anti-Muslim attitudes in Europe.” European Journal of Political Research, First published: 6 May 2019. Abstract.

Siri, Jasmin, and Nergis Denli Erkök. “The Gender of Right-Wing Terrorism: An Analysis of Gendered Discourses on the »National Socialist Underground« (NSU) in English, German and Turkish Newspapers.” Gender – Nation – Religion: Ein internationaler Vergleich von Akteursstrategien und Diskursverflechtungen. Edited by Maren Behrensen, Marianne Heimbach-Steins, and Linda E. Hennig. Frankfurt am Main: Campus Verlag, 2019. 189-

Sivenbring, Jennie. “Signs of Concern about Islamic and Right-Wing Extremism on a Helpline against Radicalization.” The Journal for Deradicalization 18 (Spring 2019): 108-145. Full text.

Slačálek, Ondřej.  “The Leadership of the Czech Far Right 1990-2017: Changes in Practical Ideology?”  Intersections: East European Journal of Society and Politics 4.4 (Jan. 2019): 125-136.  Full text.

Slootweg, Anne, Rogier van Reekum, and Willem Schinkel. “The raced constitution of Europe: The Eurobarometer and the statistical imagination of European racism.” European Journal of Cultural Studies 22.2 (2019): 144-163. On the Eurobarometer survey on the rise of racism in Europe as contributing to the coming-into-being of the very phenomenon it set out to explore. Full text.

Smith, Evan. “Don’t be afraid to call them Nazis: framing the far right.” Overland literary journal, 24.Jan. 2019. Mentions the alt-right in the United States; The Australia First Party (AFP) (Australian anti-Asian immigration, Islamophobic, and anti-Zionist far-right political organisation); the Australian National Socialist Party (ANSP) (overtly Nazi Australian group); the Australian Nationalist Movement (Perth-based anti-Asian breakaway group from National Action); the Australian Union of Fascists and National Socialists (Australian fascist group); Blood and Honour network; British National Party; British Union of Fascists (Oswald Mosley’s fascist group); the Centre Party (Australian fascist group); Combat 18; Blair Cottrell (pro-Hitler co-organiser of the St Kilda rally); the English Defence League; Neil Erikson (co-organiser of the St Kilda rally); the Front National in France; Golden Dawn in Greece; Pauline Hanson (One Nation leader); Adolf Hitler; Colin Jordan (leader of Britain’s National Socialist Movement); Ku Klux Klan (US); the Lads Society (Australian anti-Islamic group); National Action (Australian anti-Asian, pro-apartheid, and Holocaust-denying far right group of the 1980s-90s and successor organisation to the National Alliance via the Progressive Nationalist Party); the National Democratic Party in Germany; the National Front (Britain); the National Front of Australia (NFA) (Australian anti-immigration and pro-British imperialism group); the National Resistance (later National Alliance) (Australian radical nationalist group); the National Socialist movement in Germany; the National Socialist Party of Australia (NSPA); Nazi Germany; the New Guard (Australian fascist group); NSDAP; One Nation; Pegida; Reclaim Australia (Australian anti-Islamic group); George Lincoln Rockwell (American Nazi Party leader); St Kilda rally (anti-African migrant rally in St Kilda, 5 January 2019); Jim Saleam (NSPA and National Resistance member and current leader of the Australia First Party (AFP)); Squadron 88 (88 = HH = Heil Hitler) (Sydney-based antisemitic far right group); Strasserite/Third Positionist groups; the True Blue Crew (Australian anti-Islamic group); John Tyndall (British National Party leader); the United Patriots Front (Australian anti-Islamic group); Jack van Tongeren (leader of the Australian Nationalist Movement); and the World Union of National Socialists (group formed by George Lincoln Rockwell and Colin Jordan). Full text.

Smith, Tom W., and Benjamin Schapiro. “Antisemitism in Contemporary America.” American Jewish Year Book 2018. Arnold Dashefsky and Ira M. Sheskin, Editors. Cham: Springer, 2019. 113-161. Chapter abstract and references.

Smolík, Josef, and Petr Novák. “Roots of the Czechoslovak skinheads: Development, trends and politics.” Human Affairs 29.2 (April 2019): 157-173. Abstract and references.

Snipes, Alexandra, and Cas Mudde. “‘France’s (Kinder, Gentler) Extremist’: Marine Le Pen, Intersectionality, and Media Framing of Female Populist Radical Right Leaders.” Politics & Gender, Published online: 6 June 2019. Abstract, footnotes, and references.

Snježana, Koren. “Dialogue Document Without a Dialogue: Current Debates on World War II in Croatia.” Poznańskie Studia Slawistyczne 16 (2019): 143-157. On the public usage of the symbols and insignia of the 20th century “undemocratic regimes,” including the fascist Ustashe movement. Full text and here and here and here.

Sobolik, Alina L.  “Understanding the Rise of Far-Right Populist Parties in Europe.”  Claremont-UC Undergraduate Research Conference on the European Union (2019). 99-108.  Full text and here.

Solomon, Johanna, David Kaplan, and Landon E. Hancock. “Expressions of American White Ethnonationalism in Support for ‘Blue Lives Matter.'” Geopolitics, Published online: 23 July 2019. Abstract.

Solomos, John. “‘Strangers in their own land’: Powellism’s policy impact.” Patterns of Prejudice 53.2 (2019): 200-209. Abstract.

Sparke, Matthew, and Daniel Bessner. “Reaction, Resilience, and the Trumpist Behemoth: Environmental Risk Management from ‘Hoax’ to Technique of Domination.” Annals of the American Association of Geographers, Published online: 8 Feb. 2019. Abstract.

[Special issue on populism]: Soundings: An Interdisciplinary Journal 102.2-3 (2019). Contents: Introduction, by Eric Bain-Selbo and Allen Dunn, v-vii, first page; What Do People Want?: Unscrambling Populism, by Jan Nederveen Pieterse, 111-127, first page; Populism—A Crux or Crisis of Politics?: Laclau versus Arendt, by Ewa Plonowska Ziarek, 128-151, first page; “Populism” versus “Popular”: A Response to Ziarek’s “Populism—A Crux or Crisis of Politics?” by Tijen Demirel-Pegg, 152-157, first page; Ethics, Identity, and Political Mediation in Right-Wing American Populism, by Allen Dunn, 158-169, first page; Response to Allen Dunn’s “Ethics, Identity, and Political Mediation in Right-Wing American Populism,” by M. Todd Bradley, 170-175, first page; Democracy, Populism, and the Production of Superfluousness: Three Lessons from Arendt’s Origins of Totalitarianism, by Peg Birmingham, 176-195, first page; Response to Peg Birmingham’s “Democracy, Populism, and the Production of Superfluousness: Three Lessons from Arendt’s Origins of Totalitarianism,” by Margot Morgan, 196-202, first page; What Spaces Does Democracy Need? by Jan-Werner Müller, 203-216, first page; The Ambivalent Role of Online Spaces in Political Engagement: A Response to Jan-Werner Müller, by Sarah E. Vitale, 217-225, first page; The Populist Fantasy: American Ethno-Nationalism and the Dysphoria of the Body Politic, by Daniel Miller, 226-252, first page; Response to Daniel Miller, “The Populist Fantasy: American Ethno-Nationalism and the Dysphoria of the Body Politic,” by Kristoffer Michael Rees, 253-260, first page; What’s the Matter with Populism?: Feasting on the Remains of the Religious Right, by Jeffrey W. Robbins, 261-273, first page.

Squire, Megan. “Network, Text, and Image Analysis of Anti-Muslim Groups on Facebook.” The Journal of Web Science 1 (2019). Full text and here and here.

Squire, Megan. “Which way to the wheat field? Women of the radical right on Facebook.” Proceedings of the 52nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences 2019 (2019): 2244-2253. Full text.

Stabile, Joseph.  “Pursuit of an Ethnostate: Political Culture and Violence in the Pacific Northwest.”  Georgetown Security Studies Review 7.2 (August 2019): 22-34.  Full text.

Starrett, Gregory, and Joyce Dalsheim. “Time and the spectral other: Demonstrating against ‘Unite the Right 2.'” Anthropology Today 35.1 (February 2019): 7-11. Abstract.

Staudenmaier, Peter.  “Racial Ideology between Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany: Julius Evola and the Aryan Myth, 1933-43.”  Journal of Contemporary History, First Published October 7, 2019.  Abstract.

Stefanovic, Djordje, and Geoffrey Evans. “Multiple Winning Formulae? Far Right Voters and Parties in Eastern Europe.” Europe-Asia Studies, Published online: 11 Oct. 2019.  Abstract.

Sternadori, Miglena.  “Famous women yearn for Putin, and other unlikely tales: Glamorizing right-wing populist actors in the Bulgarian editions of Cosmopolitan and Elle.”  Central European Journal of Communication 12.2 [no. 23] (2019): 224-241.  Full text.

Stevenson, Jonathan. “Right-wing Extremism and the Terrorist Threat.” Survival: Global Politics and Strategy 61.1 (2019): 233-244. Abstract.

Stockemer, Daniel. “What is right-wing populism and how does it manifest itself? An analysis of the French National Front’s Facebook posts and sympathizers’ Facebook comments.” French Politics, First Online 2 February 2019. Abstract, appendix, and references.

Stott, Paul. “The White Wolves: The Terrorist Manifesto That Wasn’t?” Perspectives on Terrorism 13.4 (August 2019): 56-62. Mentions anti-Muslim; anti-Semitism; Blood and Honour (far-right website); Breivik’s manifesto; British National Party (BNP) (fascist organisation); Christchurch manifesto; Combat 18 (neo-Nazi group which openly deployed terrorist rhetoric); David Copeland (nail bomber); “The Eleventh Hour: A Call for British Rebirth” (Tyndall); Finsbury Park mosque attack (2017); Nick Griffin (BNP leader); the Havamal (old Norse poem); Hunter (William Pierce); Pavlo Lapshyn (Ukrainian fascist and murderer); Chris Lythgoe (National Action leader); Robert Jay Matthews (neo-Nazi who established the ‘The Order’); murder of Jo Cox (2016); Dave Myatt (British fascist); National Action (neo-Nazi group, proscribed in 2016); National Front (NF); National Socialist Movement (NSM) (splinter fascist organisation from Combat 18); “The Order” (American terrorist group); race war; Jack Renshaw (National Action member); Spearhead ; Stormfront (far-right website); The Turner Diaries (William Pierce); John Tyndall (leader of the NF and later of the BNP and publisher of Spearhead; The White Wolves (1993) (14-page statement calling for a campaign of racial attacks leading to an ethnically segregated Britain). Full text and here.

Strachan, John. “Wordsworth among the Fascists.” Essays in Criticism 69.1 (January 2019): 37-50. On Britishness as a fascist word of praise and the nationalistic spirit of the canon of English literature. Mentions Action (fascist journal); The Alternative (Mosley’s post-war manifesto); Charles Dillon Artis (Action contributor); John Beckett (editor of Action); Blackshirt (one of the British Union of Fascists’ house newspapers); the British Union of Fascists (BUF); Guy Chesham; Dudley Montayne Evans (a member of the British Union of Fascists); E. D. Hart (BUF stalwart who contributed to Action, Blackshirt, and Fascist Quarterly); Adolf Hitler; Jorian Jenks (fascist environmentalist); William Joyce (“Lord Haw Haw,” executed for his treasonous broadcasts from Nazi Germany); Sir Oswald Mosley; Ezra Pound; “J.V.R.” (a Blackshirt contributor; possibly Joseph Victor Anthony Ruston); Spring Comes Again (Jenks); Tomorrow We Live (Mosley); and Selwyn Watson (one of the BUF’s resident musical experts). Abstract.

Sullivan, Brandon A., Joshua D. Freilich, and Steven M. Chermak. “An Examination of the American Far Right’s Anti-Tax Financial Crimes.” Criminal Justice Review 44.4 (December 2019): 492-514. Abstract.

Surel, Yves. “How to stay populist? The Front National and the changing French party system.” West European Politics, Published online: 23 May 2019. On the relevance of the notion of ‘exclusionary populism’ for the characterisation of the Front National (FN) in France. Abstract and notes.

Svirbutaite-Krutkiene, Giedre, and Arvydas Guogis. “Welfare Chauvinism.” Socialine Teorija, Empirija, Politika Ir Praktika 19 (2019): 58-70.  Full text and here and here and here.

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 18.3 (Sept. 2019): 400-420.  Abstract, appendices, and references.

Tate, Emily B. “Maybe Someone Dies”: The Dilemma of Domestic Terrorism and Internet Edge Provider Liability, 60 Boston College Law Review 1731 (2019). Full text.

Taylor, Malaena J., and Mary Bernstein. “Denial, Deflection, and Distraction: Neutralizing Charges of Racism by the Tea Party Movement.” Mobilization: An International Quarterly 24.2 (June 2019): 137-156. Abstract.

Teitelbaum, Benjamin R. “Collaborating with the Radical Right: Scholar-Informant Solidarity and the Case for an Immoral Anthropology.” Current Anthropology 60.3 (June 2019): 414-435. Abstract and here and here.

Tetrault, Justin Everett Cobain. “What’s hate got to do with it? Right-wing movements and the hate stereotype.” Current Sociology, First Published April 25, 2019. Abstract.

Thompson, A.K. “Citing history.” Social Movement Studies, Published online: 17 June 2019. In part, on the active deployment of Benjaminian wish images in the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, VA, to summon the past to project visions of future happiness. Abstract.

Thorleifsson, Cathrine. “In Pursuit of Purity: Populist Nationalism and the Racialization of Difference.” Identities, Published online: 9 Oct. 2019.  Examining processes of racialization propagated by the UK Independence Party (UKIP) and the Hungarian Jobbik party in the context of the ‘refugee crisis’ in 2015.  Abstract.

Thrasher, Michael, Matthew J. Goodwin, Colin Rallings, and Galina Borisyuk. “Mobilising the ‘People’s Army’ at the Grassroots: Examining Support for the UK Independence Party (UKIP) in English Local Elections.” Parliamentary Affairs 72.2 (April 2019): 312-330. Abstract.

Tipaldou, Sofia, and Philipp Casula. “Russian Nationalism Shifting: The Role of Populism since the Annexation of Crimea.” Demokratizatsiya: The Journal of Post-Soviet Democratization 27.3 (Summer 2019): 349-370. First page.

Tromp, Carline. “Apocalypse Now: Norse Gods and the End of the Nation.” Northern Myths, Modern Identities: The Nationalisation of Northern Mythologies Since 1800. Edited by Simon Halink. Leiden; Boston: Brill, 2019. 231-252. First two pages.

“The Troubled State of Populism” [special issue]: American Journal of Economics and Sociology 78.3 (May 2019). Edited by Alexandra W. Lough. Selected contents: Editor’s Introduction: The Troubled State of Populism, by Alexandra W. Lough, 573-591, first page – Populism and Conspiracy: A Historical Synthesis of American Countersubversive Narratives, by Nathan Jessen, 675-715, full text and here – Ethnography and the Making of ‘The People’: Uncovering Conservative Populist Politics in the United States, by Claudine M. Pied, 761-786, abstract – Modern American Populism: Analyzing the Economics Behind the “Silent Majority,” the Tea Party, and Trumpism, by Willis Patenaude, III, 787-834, full text and here.

Tubadji, Annie, and Peter Nijkamp. “Cultural attitudes, economic shocks and political radicalization.” The Annals of Regional Science, First Online: 12 April 2019. Abstract, JEL Classification, Appendix 1: Definition of variables, Appendix 2: Economic shocks, cultural predisposition and the growth of radicalization, Results, and References.

Tuǧal, Cihan. “The Counter-Revolution’s Long March: The American Right’s Shift from Primitive to Advanced Leninism.” Critical Sociology, First Published May 30, 2019. Abstract.

Turnbull-Dugarte, Stuart J. “Explaining the end of Spanish exceptionalism and electoral support for Vox.” Research & Politics 6.2 (April-June 2019): 1-8. Full text and here and here.

Umland, Andreas. “Irregular Militias and Radical Nationalism in Post-Euromaydan Ukraine: The Prehistory and Emergence of the ‘Azov’ Battalion in 2014.” Terrorism and Political Violence 31.1 (2019): 105-131. Abstract.

Usherwood, Simon. “Shooting the fox? UKIP’s populism in the post-Brexit era.” West European Politics, Published online: 26 Apr. 2019. Abstract.

van Acker, Wouter. “Right-Wing Populist Attitudes among European Public Servants – A Cross-Country Comparison.” Public Policy and Administration, First Published September 18, 2019.  Abstract.

Van Assche, Jasper, Kristof Dhont, and Thomas F. Pettigrew. “The Social-Psychological Bases of Far-Right Support in Europe and the United States.” Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 29.5 September/October 2019): 385-401.  Full text and here.

van Bohemen, Samira, Willem de Koster, and Jeroen van der Waal. “Euroscepticism among Dutch Leftist and Rightist Populist Constituencies: How can the U-Curve be Understood?” JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 57.2 (March 2019): 371-387. Full text and here and here and here.

Van den Bulck, H., and A. Hyzen. “Of Lizards and Ideological Entrepreneurs: Alex Jones and Infowars in the Relationship between Populist Nationalism and the Post-Global Media Ecology.” International Communication Gazette, First Published October 12, 2019.  Abstract.

van der Walt, Sibylle. “Populism and the Yearning for Closure: From Economic to Cultural Fragility.” European Journal of Social Theory, First Published August 1, 2019. On Margaret Canovan’s analysis of the specific institutional characteristics of liberal democracies that are likely to precipitate far-right populist sentiments. Abstract.

van Eeden, Pepijn. “Discover, Instrumentalize, Monopolize: Fidesz’s Three-Step Blueprint for a Populist Take-over of Referendums.” East European Politics and Societies: and Cultures, First Published March 21, 2019. Abstract.

Van Hauwaert, Steven M.. “Riding the Wave of Success: The Role of Trans-National Diffusion Mechanisms in the Development of Far Right Parties.” Journal of European Integration 41.4 (May 2019): 507-523.  Abstract.

van Prooijen, Jan-Willem, and André P. M. Krouwel. “Psychological Features of Extreme Political Ideologies.” Current Directions in Psychological Science 28.2 (April 2019): 159-163. Full text and here.

van Wijk, Daniël, Gideon Bolt, and Ron Johnston. “Contextual Effects on Populist Radical Right Support: Consensual Neighbourhood Effects and the Dutch PVV.” European Sociological Review 35.2 (April 2019): 225-238. Full text and here.

Vancouver, Casis. “Yellow Vests, Right-Wing Extremism and the Threat to Canadian Democracy.” The Journal of Intelligence, Conflict, and Warfare 1.3 (Jan. 2019). Full text and here.

Varaine, Simon. “Revisiting the Economics and Terrorism Nexus: Collective Deprivation, Ideology and Domestic Radicalization in the US (1948-2016).” Journal of Quantitative Criminology, First Online: 12 July 2019. Abstract and references. Supplementary material.

Varga, Mihai. “Russia’s Far-Right Violence Wave.” Problems of Post-Communism 66.3 (May 2019): 200-210.  Abstract.

Vargas-Salfate, Salvador, James H Liu, and Homero Gil de Zúñiga. “Right-Wing Authoritarianism and National Identification: The Role of Democratic Context.” International Journal of Public Opinion Research, Published: 29 July 2019. Full text and here.

“Varieties of Populism in Europe in Times of Crises'” [special issue]: West European Politics 42.6 (2019). Edited by Manuela Caiani and Paolo Graziano. Contents: Understanding varieties of populism in times of crises, by Manuela Caiani and Paolo Graziano, 1141-1158, abstract – National past and populism: the re-elaboration of fascism and its impact on right-wing populism in Western Europe, by Daniele Caramani and Luca Manucci, 1159-1187, abstract – Populism in election times: a comparative analysis of 11 countries in Western Europe, by Laurent Bernhard and Hanspeter Kriesi, 1188-1208, abstract – Shooting the fox? UKIP’s populism in the post-Brexit era, by Simon Usherwood, 1209-1229, abstract – How to stay populist? The Front National and the changing French party system, by Yves Surel, 1230-1257,  abstract – Beyond left and right: the eclectic populism of the Five Star Movement, by Lorenzo Mosca and Filippo Tronconi, 1258-1283, abstract – Economic crisis and the variety of populist response: evidence from Greece, Portugal and Spain, by Marco Lisi, Iván Llamazares, and Myrto Tsakatika, 1284-1309, abstract – Assessing the diversity of anti-establishment and populist politics in Central and Eastern Europe, by Sarah Engler, Bartek Pytlas, and Kevin Deegan-Krause, 1310-1336, abstract.

Vasilopoulos, Pavlos, George E. Marcus, and Nicholas Valentino, and Martial Foucault. “Anger Mediates the Effects of Fear on Support for the Far Right—A Rejoinder.” Political Psychology 40.4 (August 2019): 713-717.  A rejoinder to Jost (2019).  Abstract.

Vasilopoulos, Pavlos, George E. Marcus, Nicholas A. Valentino, and Martial Foucault. “Fear, Anger, and Voting for the Far Right: Evidence From the November 13, 2015 Paris Terror Attacks.” Political Psychology 40.4 (August 2019): 679-704.  Full text and here.

Veilleux-Lepage, Yannick, and Emil Archambault. “Mapping Transnational Extremist Networks: An Exploratory Study of the Soldiers of Odin’s Facebook Network, Using Integrated Social Network Analysis.” Perspectives on Terrorism 13.2 (April 2019): 21-38. Full text and here.

Vejvodová, Petra, and Ondřej Kolář. “Training Prison Staff to Recognize Inmate Radicalisation.” Security Journal, First Online: 19 August 2019. Abstract and references.

Verbeek, Bertjan, and Andrej Zaslove. “Contested Issues Surrounding Populism in Public and Academic Debates.” The International Spectator 54.2 (Apr. 2019): 1-16.  Full text and here and here.

Vergani, Matteo, Ana-Maria Bliuc, Avelie Stuart, Constantina Badea, Daniela Muntele, and Craig McGarty.  “United in Diversity, Divided in Adversity? Support for Right-Wing Eurosceptic Parties in the Face of Threat Differs Across Nations.” Frontiers in Psychology, 14 August 2019.  Full text and here and here and here and here.

Vergara, Camila. “Populism as Plebeian Politics: Inequality, Domination, and Popular Empowerment.” Journal of Political Philosophy, First published: 16 October 2019.  First page.

Verkuyten, Maykel, and Wybren Nooitgedagt. “Parliamentary Identity and the Management of the Far-Right: A Discursive Analysis of Dutch Parliamentary Debates.” British Journal of Social Psychology 58.3 (July 2019): 495-514.  Abstract.

Vezjak, Boris. “Radical Hate Speech: The Fascination with Hitler and Fascism on the Slovenian Webosphere.” Šolsko polje: Revija za teorijo in raziskave vzgoje in izobraževanja 29.5-6 (2018): 133-151. Full text.

Vlandas, Tim, and Daphne Halikiopoulou. “Does Unemployment Matter? Economic Insecurity, Labour Market Policies and the Far-Right Vote in Europe.” European Political Science 18.3 (Sept. 2019): 421-438.  Full text and here.

von Beyme, Klaus. “Populism, Right-Wing Extremism and Neo-Nationalism.” New Authoritarianism: Challenges to Democracy in the 21st century. Jerzy J. Wiatr (ed.). Leverkusen: Verlag Barbara Budrich, 2019. 9-16. Chapter abstract.

Vrânceanu, Alina. “The Impact of Contextual Factors on Party Responsiveness Regarding Immigration Issues.” Party Politics 25.4 (July 2019): 583-593.  Abstract.

Wagenvoorde, Renée. “The Religious Dimensions of Contemporary European Populism.” Religion and European Society: A Primer. Edited by Benjamin Schewel and Erin K Wilson. Hoboken, NJ, and Chichester, West Sussex: John Wiley & Sons, 2019. 111-123. Chapter summary and here.

Wahlström, Mattias, and Anton Törnberg. “Social Media Mechanisms for Right-Wing Political Violence in the 21st Century: Discursive Opportunities, Group Dynamics, and Co-Ordination.” Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 4 Apr 2019. Full text and here.

Walach, Václav.  “‘Hate crime’ in the Czech Republic: before and now.”  V4 Human Rights Review (Czech Centre for Human Rights and Democracy) 1.1 (July-September 2019): 7-9.  Full text and here.

Walter, Aaron. “Islamophobia in Eastern Europe: Slovakia and the Politics of Hate.” Connections. A Journal for Historians and Area Specialists, 22 Feb. 2019. Full text.

Warmuth, Nick. “Comparative Fascist Studies and the Transnational Turn: First Comfas Convention: Central European University (Ceu), Budapest, 27-29 April 2018.” Fascism 8.1 (July 2019): 109-113. Full text and here and here.

Watson, Matthew. “Michael Gove’s war on professional historical expertise: conservative curriculum reform, extreme whig history and the place of imperial heroes in modern multicultural Britain.” British Politics, First Online: 16 May 2019. Abstract, notes, and references.

Webb, Clive. “The Nazi Persecution of Jews and the African American Freedom Struggle.” Patterns of Prejudice 53.4 (Aug. 2019): 337-362. Full text and here and here and here.

Weinrib, Laura. “Against Intolerance: the Red Scare Roots of Legal Liberalism.” The Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, Published online: 3 January 2019. Abstract.

Wellman, David Joseph. “Trump, the Cross, and the Lynching Tree: White Christian Nationalism and the Future of American Political Identity.” Gender – Nation – Religion: Ein internationaler Vergleich von Akteursstrategien und Diskursverflechtungen. Edited by Maren Behrensen, Marianne Heimbach-Steins, and Linda E. Hennig. Frankfurt am Main: Campus Verlag, 2019. 81-

Wentholt, Niké.  “Using the Past to Extremes in Serbia: Narratives of Historical Violence in Right-Wing Extremism and Islamism.”  Extremism and Violent Extremism in Serbia: 21st Century Manifestations of an Historical Challenge. Valery Perry (ed.).  Hannover: ibidem Press, 2019.  71-114.  Full text.

Westberg, Gustav, and Henning Årman. “Common sense as extremism: the multi-semiotics of contemporary national socialism.” Critical Discourse Studies, Published online: 11 June 2019. On the contemporary Swedish Nazi movement. Abstract.

Wettstein, Martin, Anne Schulz, Marco Steenbergen, Christian Schemer, Philipp Müller, Dominique S. Wirz, and Werner Wirth. “Measuring Populism across Nations: Testing for Measurement Invariance of an Inventory of Populist Attitudes.” International Journal of Public Opinion Research, Published: 3 August 2019. Abstract.

Wheatley, William, Joseph Robbins, Lance Y. Hunter, and Martha Humphries Ginn. “Terrorism’s effect on Europe’s centre- and far-right parties.” European Political Science, First Online: 27 April 2019. Testing the hypothesis that far-right parties are more likely to benefit from terrorist attacks than centre-right parties. Abstract, Appendix, and References.

White, Ethan Doyle. “Christianity, Islam, and the UK Independence Party: Religion and British Identity in the Discourse of Right-Wing Populists.” Journal of Church and State, Published: 28 January 2019. Abstract.

Whiteley, Paul, Erik Larsen, Matthew Goodwin, and Harold Clarke. “Party Activism in the Populist Radical Right: The Case of the UK Independence Party.” Party Politics, First Published October 11, 2019.  Abstract.

“Whiteness and Nationalism” [special issue]: Identities 26.5 (2019).  Contents: Introduction. The wreckage of white supremacy, by Nasar Meer, 501-509, full text and here and here and here — Whiteness, populism and the racialisation of the working class in the United Kingdom and the United States, by Aurelien Mondon and Aaron Winter, 510-528, abstract — Denmark’s blond vision and the fractal logics of a nation in danger, by Peter Hervik, 529-545, abstract and funding — Are French people white?: Towards an understanding of whiteness in Republican France, by Jean Beaman, 546-562, abstract — The whiteness of cultural boundaries in France, by Angéline Escafré-Dublet, 563-578, abstract — Reimagining racism: understanding the whiteness and nationhood strategies of British-born South Africans, by Pauline Leonard, 579-594, abstract and funding — Securing whiteness?: Critical Race Theory (CRT) and the securitization of Muslims in education, by Damian Breen and Nasar Meer, 595-613, abstract — Looking as white: anti-racism apps, appearance and racialized embodiment, by Alana Lentin, 614-630, abstract.

Whitfield, Stephen. “From McCarthy to Trump.” Society, First Online: 12 June 2019. Abstract.

Windisch, Steven, Gina Scott Ligon, and Pete Simi. “Organizational [Dis]trust: Comparing Disengagement Among Former Left-Wing and Right-Wing Violent Extremists.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 42.6 (2019): 559-580. Full text and here.

Winkler, Hernan. “The Effect of Income Inequality on Political Polarization: Evidence from European Regions, 2002-2014.” Economics & Politics 31.2 (July 2019): 137-162.  Abstract.

Winter, Aaron. “Online Hate: From the Far-Right to the ‘Alt-Right’ and from the Margins to the Mainstream.” Online Othering: Exploring Digital Violence and Discrimination on the Web. Edited by Karen Lumsden and Emily Harmer. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019. 39-63. Full text.

Wintzer, Jeannine. “The Visualization of Migration.” International Journal of Qualitative Methods 18 (2019): 1-12. A visual analysis of the election posters for the initiative Gegen Masseneinwanderung (Against Mass Immigration) launched by the national conservative Swiss People’s Party (Schweizer Volkspartei) in February 2014. Full text and here.

Wodak, Ruth. “Entering the ‘post-shame era’: the rise of illiberal democracy, populism and neo-authoritarianism in Europe.” Global Discourse: An interdisciplinary journal of current affairs 9.1 (January 2019): 195-213. Full text.

Wolff, Elisabetta Cassina. “CasaPound Italia: ‘Back to Believing. The Struggle Continues.'” Fascism 8.1 (July 2019): 61-88. Full text and here and here and here.

Woodbridge, Steven.  “Reaction or Revolution? Early Interwar Assessments of the Nature of British Fascism in the 1920s.”  Storia e Futuro 50 (June 2019).  Full text and here.

Wright, Matthew. “Identity and immigration: what we think we know, and why we might not actually know it.” Nations and Nationalism 25.2 (2019): 467-477. First page.

Wuhs, Steven, and Eric McLaughlin. “Explaining Germany’s Electoral Geography: Evidence from the Eastern States.” German Politics & Society 37.1 (May 2019):1-23. Finding that support for the radical right Alternative for Germany (AfD) in Germany’s 2017 federal election reflected the enduring influence of social cleavages. Abstract.

Yablokov, Ilya. “Anti-Jewish Conspiracy Theories in Putin’s Russia.” Antisemitism Studies 3.2 (Fall 2019): 291-316.  First page.

Yalvaç, Faruk, and Jonathan Joseph. “Understanding Populist Politics in Turkey: A Hegemonic Depth Approach.” Review of International Studies, Published online: 23 August 2019. On the policies of AKP. Abstract and references.

Yatsyk, Alexandra. “Biopolitical Conservatism in Europe and beyond: The Cases of Identity-Making Projects in Poland and Russia.” Journal of Contemporary European Studies, Published online: 7 Aug. 2019. Comparing Polish and Russian national identity projects as developed by the Kremlin and the ruling PiS (Law and Justice) party after 2012 and 2015, respectively. Abstract.

Ylä-Anttila, Tuukka, Gwenaëlle Bauvois, and Niko Pyrhönen. “Politicization of Migration in the Countermedia Style: A Computational and Qualitative Analysis of Populist Discourse.” Discourse, Context & Media 32 (Dec. 2019): 100326.  On countermedia, defined as media outlets which tend to explicitly oppose ‘the (mainstream) media’, as well as the establishment more generally (however ambiguously defined), in a populist style.  Mentions the Finns Party, a Finnish radical right-wing populist party, and MV Media (WTF Media), a Finnish right-wing populist countermedium.  Full text and here.

Yon, Rachel, and Daniel Milton. “Simply Small Men? Examining Differences Between Females and Males Radicalized in the United States.” Women & Criminal Justice, Published online: 2 May 2019. An examination of the research on gender differences as it relates to three ideological categories that have given rise to terrorist organizations: Islamic extremists, far right extremists, and far left extremists. Abstract.

Zagórski, Piotr, Jose Rama, and Guillermo Cordero.  “Young and Temporary: Youth Employment Insecurity and Support for Right-Wing Populist Parties in Europe.” Government and Opposition, Published online: 11 October 2019.  Abstract and references.

Zembylas, Michalinos. “The affective dimension of far right rhetoric in the classroom: the promise of agonistic emotions and affects in countering extremism.” Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, Published online: 11 May 2019. Abstract.

Zhang, Chenchen. “Right-wing populism with Chinese characteristics? Identity, otherness and global imaginaries in debating world politics online.” European Journal of International Relations, First Published May 20, 2019. Abstract.

Zhou, Yuchen, Mark Dredze, David A. Broniatowski, and William D. Adler.  “Elites and foreign actors among the alt-right: The Gab social media platform.”  First Monday 24.9 (2 September 2019).  Full text and here.

Żuk, Piotr, and Paweł Żuk. “‘Murderers of the Unborn’ and ‘Sexual Degenerates’: Analysis of the ‘Anti-Gender’ Discourse of the Catholic Church and the Nationalist Right in Poland.” Critical Discourse Studies, Published online: 10 Oct. 2019.  Abstract.

Zulianello, Mattia. “Varieties of Populist Parties and Party Systems in Europe: From State-of-the-Art to the Application of a Novel Classification Scheme to 66 Parties in 33 Countries.” Government and Opposition, Published online: 24 July 2019. A state-of-the-art review of the literature on the classification of populist parties. Full text and here.

Zwiers, Maarten. “The Whistles of George Wallace: Gender and Emotions in the 1968 Presidential Campaign.” European Journal of American Studies 14-1 (Spring 2019). Full text.


Ademmer, Esther, and Tobias Stöhr.  “The making of a new cleavage? Evidence from social media debates about migration.”   Kiel Working Paper, No. 2140, Kiel Institute for the World Economy (IfW), Kiel, 2019.  Full text.

Allen, Chris, Arshad Isakjee, and Özlem Ögtem-Young. “Counter-Extremism, PREVENT and the Extreme Right Wing: Lessons Learned and Future Challenges.” Leicester Institute for Advanced Studies (LIAS) Working Paper 3 (2019). Full text and here.

Alrababa’h, Ala’, William Marble, Salma Mousa, and Alexandra Siegel. “Can Exposure to Celebrities Reduce Prejudice? the Effect of Mohamed Salah on Islamophobic Behaviors and Attitudes.” Immigration Policy Lab Working Paper No. 19-04, May 2019. SocArXiv, 31 May 2019. Full text and here.

Amat, Francesc, and Hector Galindo-Silva. “Inequality, Immigration and Party Strategies.” June 2018. 6th IAST/TSE Conference in Political Science and Political Economy, Institute for Advanced Study in Toulouse, Toulouse, March 14-15, 2019. Full text.

Anelli, Massimo, Italo Colantone, and Piero Stanig. “We Were The Robots: Automation and Voting Behavior in Western Europe.” March 2019. Higher exposure to robot adoption as increasing support for nationalist and radical-right parties, both at the regional and individual level. Full text.

Anelli, Massimo, Italo Colantone, and Piero Stanig. “We Were the Robots: Automation and Voting Behavior in Western Europe.” IZA Discussion Paper Series, IZA DP No. 12485, July 2019. Full text.

Arzheimer, Kai. “Don’t mention the war! How populist right-wing radicalism became (almost) normal in Germany.” Journal of Common Market Studies (2019). Full text and here.

Bagavathi, Arunkumar, Pedram Bashiri, Shannon Reid, Matthew Phillips, and Siddharth Krishnan. “Examining Untempered Social Media: Analyzing Cascades of Polarized Conversations.” arXiv:1906.04261v1 [cs.SI], 10 June 2019. Demonstrating five different classes of conversation cascades in Gab, a fringe online social network. Full text and here and here.

Bencze, Larry, and Lyn Carter.  “STEM Education <–> Right-wing Populist Politics.”  A paper for presentation at annual conference of the Society for the Social Studies of Science, September 4, 2019.  Full text.

Besley, Tim, and Torsten Persson. “The Rise of Identity Politics.” March 29, 2019. Full text.

Biard, Benjamin. “Radical right populist parties and the crisis of representative democracy: a paradoxical fate?” “Democracy in crisis” Conference, Athens, 30 Jan. 2019-1 Feb. 2019. Abstract.

Birchal Domingues, Letícia. “The Right Wing in the Brazilian 2013 Cycle of Protests.” Presented at the Inaugural Conference on Right-Wing Studies, Berkeley Center for Right-Wing Studies, University of California. Berkeley, CA, April 25-27, 2019. Full text.

Bliuc, Ana-Maria, John Betts, Matteo Vergani, Muhammad Iqbal, and Kevin Dunn. “Collective Identity Changes in Far-right Online Communities: The Role of Offline Intergroup Conflict.” PsyArXiv, 29 Jan. 2019. Full text.

Blomqvist, Björn R. H., David J. T. Sumpter, and Richard P. Mann.  “Inferring the dynamics of rising radical right-wing party support using Gaussian processes.”  Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences (2019, in press).  Presenting a new modelling approach designed to find and explain the mechanisms behind the rise of Radical Right-wing Populist parties (RRPs) not findable using traditional methods.  Full text.

Bonikowski, Bart, Yuval Feinstein, and Sean Bock. “The Polarization of Nationalist Cleavages and the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election.” UCR Political Economy Seminar, Riverside, CA, April 10, 2019. Full text.

Carlsson, Magnus, Gordon B. Dahl, and Dan-Olof Rooth. “Backlash in Policy Attitudes After the Election of Extreme Political Parties.” NBER Working Paper No. 21062. Issued in April 2015, Revised February 26, 2019. Full text and here.

Castro-Rea, Julián. “My Girlfriend Became Neo-Nazi: The Right’s Presence and Activity in the Internet.” Berkeley Center for Right-Wing Studies Working Paper Series. Presented at the Inaugural Conference on Right-Wing Studies, April 25-27, 2019. Full text.

Chen, Shuai. “Unemployment, Immigration, and Populism: Evidence from Two Quasi-Natural Experiments in the United States.” April 30, 2019. Full text.

Choudhury, Cyra Akila.  “Reflections on the Christchurch Massacre: Incorporating a Critique of Islamophobia and TWAIL (September 4, 2019).” TWAILR: Reflections – 9/2019; Florida International University Legal Studies Research Paper No. 19-16. Full text.

Chuang, Yaoli, and Maria R. D’Orsogna. “Mathematical Models of Radicalization and Terrorism.” ArXiv:1903.08485 [Physics]., 20 Mar. 2019. Full text and here.

Chyzh, Olga V., Mark Nieman, and Clayton Webb. “The Effects of Dog-Whistle Politics on Political Violence.” May 20, 2019. Full text and here.

Cooper, Cloee, and Daryle Lamont Jenkins.  “Culture and Belonging in the USA: Multiracial Organizing on the Contemporary Far Right.”  Berkeley Center for Right-Wing Studies Working Paper Series.  Presented at the Inaugural Conference on Right-Wing Studies, April 25-27, 2019.  Full text.

Czymara, Christian S., and Marijn van Klingeren.  “New perspective? Comparing Frame Occurrence in Online and Traditional News Media Reporting on Europe’s ‘Migration Crisis.'” How reporting on immigration differs between popular German online and print media over three crucial years of the so-called immigration crisis, from 2015 to 2017.  SocArXiv, October 9, 2019.  Full text.

Dal Bó, Ernesto, Frederico Finan, Olle Folke, Torsten Persson, and Johanna Rickne. “Economic Losers and Political Winners: Sweden’s Radical Right.” February 2019. Full text and here.

Dehdari, Sirus Håfström. “Economic Distress and Support for Radical Right Parties – Evidence from Sweden.” SSRN Scholarly Paper, ID 3160480, Social Science Research Network, 18 July 2019.  Full text.

Dennison, James, and Mariana Mendes. “When do populist radical right parties succeed? Salience, stigma, and the case of the end of Iberian ‘exceptionalism.'” Badia Fiesolana: Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, Migration Policy Centre, European University Institute, 2019. EUI Working Paper RSCAS 2019/26. Full text.

Doerr, Sebastian, Stefan Gissler, José-Luis Peydró, and Hans-Joachim Voth. “From Finance to Fascism: The Real Effect of Germany’s 1931 Banking Crisis.” Economic Working Paper Series, Working Paper No. 1651. Updated version: March 2019. Full text.

Dorn, Florian, Clemens Fuest, Lea Immel, and Florian Neumeier. “Economic Deprivation and Radical Voting: Evidence from Germany.” First draft: 17 May 2019. Full text.

Durán, Rafael. “Othering Muslims? A content analysis of the Spanish press coverage.” 17th Annual International Conference on Politics, Athens Institute for Education and Research, 17-20 June 2019, Athens, Greece. Full text.

Enggist, Matthias. “Welfare Chauvinism – Who Cares?” WELFAREPRIORITIES, June 2019. Full text.

Engler, Sarah, and David Weisstanner.  “The threat of social decline: Income inequality and radical right support.”  Paper prepared for the ECPR General Conference, Wroclaw, 4-7 September 2019.  Full text.

Ennser-Jedenastik, Laurenz, and Monika Köppl-Turyna. “Cushion or catalyst? How welfare state generosity moderates the impact of economic vulnerability on populist radical right support.” Wien: Agenda Austria, 2019. Agenda Austria Working Paper, No. 16. Full text.

Fielitz, Maik, and Holger Marcks. “Digital Fascism: Challenges for the Open Society in Times of Social Media.”  Berkeley Center for Right-Wing Studies Working Paper Series, July 16, 2019.  Full text.

Filip, Alexandru. “Nuancing the Voter Landscape: Radical right and radical left constituencies in Europe.” Dahrendorf Forum IV. Working Paper No. 08, 25 February 2019. Full text.

Fog, Agner. “Evolutionary theories of authoritarianism. A test and comparison of alternative theories.” March 2019. Full text.

Gessler, Theresa, Gergő Tóth, and Johannes Wachs. “No country for asylum seekers? How short-term exposure to refugees influences attitudes and voting behavior in Hungary.” January 2019. Full text.

Gidron, Noam, and Peter A. Hall. “Populism as a Problem of Social Integration.” June 2019. Full text.

Gidron, Noam, and Jonathan J.B. Mijs. “Do changes in material circumstances drive support for populist radical parties? Panel data evidence from The Netherlands during the Great Recession, 2007-2015.” SocArXiv, April 16, 2019. Full text and here.

Glencross, Andrew. “‘Love Europe, Hate the EU’: A genealogical inquiry into populists’ spatiocultural critique of the EU and its consequences.” 2019. Full text.

Godefroidt, Amélie, Fade Eadeh, and Jais Adam-Trojan. “Threat Ownership Theory (TOT): Towards a greater understanding of the dynamic link between threat and political attitudes. Pre-Analysis Plan.” January 11, 2019. Full text.

Goldschmidt, Tina, Koen Abts, and Bart Meuleman. “Explaining welfare chauvinism in Belgium: Self-interest, ideology, or resentment?” Jonge Onderzoekersdag 9 / Young Researchers Day 9, Leuven, 29 May 2019. Extended abstract.

Gornishka, Iva, Stevan Rudinac, and Marcel Worring. “Interactive Search and Exploration in Online Discussion Forums Using Multimodal Embeddings.” arXiv, 7 May 2019. A demonstration of the capabilities of ISOLDE, a novel multimodal analytics system for exploring large collections of social multimedia users, by using two different datasets, one of which consists of around 2 million posts from Stormfront, a white nationalist, white supremacist, antisemitic neo-Nazi Internet forum. Full text.

Gorrell, Genevieve, Mehmet E. Bakir, Ian Roberts, Mark A. Greenwood, Benedetta Iavarone, and Kalina Bontcheva. “Partisanship, Propaganda and Post-Truth Politics: Quantifying Impact in Online Debate.” arXiv, 5 Feb. 2019. Full text.

Graef, Josefin. “Populists as Strangers: How the ‘politics of the extraordinary’ challenges representative democracy in Europe.” Dahrendorf Forum IV, Working Paper No. 09, 27 March 2019. Full text.

Guerra, Simona. “‘Immigration, that’s what everyone’s thinking about …’: The 2016 British EU referendum seen in the eyes of the beholder.” The Journal of Language and Politics (manuscript accepted for publication), 2 July 2019. Full text.

Guriev, Sergei, Nikita Melnikov and Ekaterina Zhuravskaya.  “3G internet and confidence in government.”  The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), September 2019.  Working Paper No. 233.  Full text.

Hacker, Jacob S., and Paul Pierson.  “Plutocrats with Pitchforks: The Distinctive Politics of Right-Wing Populism in the United States.”  August 2019.  Full text.

Handler, Heinz. “European Identity and Identitarians in Europe.” Policy Crossover Center: Vienna-europe. Flash Paper No. 1/2019. Full text.

Hawkins, Kirk A., Rosario Aguilar, Bruno Castanho Silva, Erin K. Jenne, Bojana Kocijan, and Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser. “Measuring Populist Discourse: The Global Populism Database.” Paper presented at the 2019 EPSA Annual Conference in Belfast, UK, June 20-22. Full text.

Hegedűs, István. “Hungarian Exceptionalism or the Orbanisation of Europe?” Hungarian Europe Society, European Elections 2019 – Renewing the Political Agenda for a United Europe, Budapest, 12-13 April 2019. Full text and here.

Hoover, Joe, Mohammad Atari, Aida Mostafazadeh Davani, Brendan Kennedy, Gwenyth Portillo-Wightman, Leigh Yeh, Drew Kogon, and Morteza Dehghani. “Bound in Hatred: The role of group-based morality in acts of hate.” Proposing that the moralization of a threat is a central factor in the motivational process underlying extreme behavioral expressions of prejudice (EBEPs). PsyArXiv. July 17, 2019. Full text.

Ivaldi, Gilles, and Oscar Mazzoleni. “‘We Want Our Country Back’: Exploring Links between Economic Populism and National Sovereignty Claims in Populist Radical Right Mobilisation in France and Switzerland.” ECPR General Conference, Sept. 2019, Wroclaw, Poland.  Abstract.

Ivaldi, Gilles, and Oscar Mazzoleni. “‘We Want our Country Back’. Exploring the demand-side of Economic Populist Sovereignism in France and Switzerland.” 26th International Conference of Europeanists, Council for European Studies (CES) at Columbia University, June 2019, Madrid, Spain. Abstract.

Jackson, Sam. “The Double-Edged Sword of Banning Extremists from Social Media.” SocArXiv, 2 July 2019. Full text.

Jylhä, Kirsti M., Jens Rydgren, and Pontus Strimling. “Xenophobia among radical and mainstream right-wing party voters: Prevalence, correlates, and effects on voter mobility.” The Department of Sociology Working Paper Series | no 38. Stockholm: Stockholm University, 2019. Full text.

Klein, Brent R, Jeff Gruenenwald, Steven M Chermak, and Joshua D Freilich. “A Mixed Method Examination of Law Enforcement Investigatory Strategies used in Jihadi and Far-right Foiled Terrorist Plots before and after 9/11.” Journal of Qualitative Criminal Justice & Criminology, forthcoming, 2019. Full text.

Kurecic, Petar, and Petra Kuhar. “The Rhetoric on Illegal Migration of Centre-right Parties and Right-wing Populist Parties in ‘Old’ and ‘New’ EU Member States: A Content Analysis of Leaders’ Speeches.” Data Value Chains in Science & Territories 2019 International Conference, Paris, France. Full text.

Levi, Eugenio, and Fabrizio Patriarca. “Populism or populisms? An analysis of electoral municipality-level predictors in Italy.” June 2019. Full text.

Levi, Eugenio, Rama Dasi Mariani, and Fabrizio Patriarca. “Hate at first sight? Dynamic aspects of the electoral impact of migration: The case of Ukip.” GLO Discussion Paper, No. 364, Global Labor Organization (GLO), Essen, 2019. Full text.

Lönnqvist, Jan-Erik, Ville-Juhani Ilmarinen, and Florencia M. Sortheix. “Polarization in the wake of the European refugee crisis – a longitudinal study of the Finnish political elite’s attitudes towards refugees and the environment.” PsyArXiv, 2 Apr. 2019. Full text.

Lowndes, Joseph. “Remarks presented as part of the Opening Keynote Panel:’Perspectives on the Far-Right Insurgency: Latin America, Europe, and the U.S.'” Inaugural Conference on Right-Wing Studies, Berkeley Center for Right-Wing Studies. Berkeley, CA, April 25-27, 2019. Full text.

Maxwell, Rahsaan. “Geographic divides and cosmopolitanism: Evidence from Switzerland.” May 22, 2019. Full text.

Nouh, Mariam, Jason R. C. Nurse, and Michael Goldsmith. “Understanding the Radical Mind: Identifying Signals to Detect Extremist Content on Twitter.” 17th IEEE International Conference on Intelligence and Security Informatics (ISI), 2019. Full text.

Panizo-LLedot, Ángel, Javier Torregrosa, Gema Bello-Orgaz, Joshua Thronburn, and David Camacho. “Describing Alt-Right Communities and Their Discourse on Twitter during the 2018 US Mid-Term Elections.” ArXiv:1910.03431 [Cs], 8 Oct. 2019.  Full text and here.

Patana, Pauliina. “Residential Constraints, Immobility and the Political Geography of the Populist Radical Right: Evidence from France.”  2019.  Full text.

Ribeiro, Manoel Horta, Raphael Ottoni, Robert West, Virgílio A. F. Almeida, Wagner Meira. “Auditing Radicalization Pathways on YouTube.” ArXiv:1908.08313 [cs.CY], Aug. 22, 2019. Full text.

Rosenthal, Lawrence. “The Nationalist International.” Convening Remarks, The Inaugural Conference on Right-Wing Studies, The Berkeley Center for Right-Wing Studies, University of California, April 25, 2019. Full text.

Schaub, Max, Johanna Gereke, and Delia Baldassarri.  “Strangers in Hostile Lands: Exposure to Refugees and Right-wing Support.”  August 2019.  Full text.

Schumann, Sandy, Diana Boer, Katja Hanke, and James Liu. “Social Media Use and Support for Populist Radical Right Parties: Assessing Exposure and Selection Effects in a Two-wave Panel Study.” PsyArXiv, 3 Apr. 2019. Full text. Data for download.

Schwalbach, Jan. “The Behaviour of Mainstream Parties Towards Challenger Parties in Parliament — The Effect of Ideological and Institutional Factors on the Adoption of Challenger Parties’ Positions.” Paper for the ECPR General Conference, 22-25 August 2018, Hamburg. An analysis of the reaction of mainstream parties towards right-wing populist parties in the field of European integration and immigration using a dataset of all parliamentary speeches for at least 20 years in six European national parliaments that have witnessed the entry of prominent right-wing populist parties. Full text.

Schwartz, Cassilde, Miranda Simon, David Hudson, and Jennifer vanHeerde-Hudson.  “A Populist Paradox? How Brexit Softened Anti-Immigrant Attitudes.”  Accepted for Publication at the British Journal of Political Science, 10 Sept. 2019.  Full text.

Siegel, Alexandra, Evgenii Nikitin, Pablo Barberá, Joanna Sterling, Bethany Pullenk, Richard Bonneau, Jonathan Nagler, and Joshua A. Tucker. “Trumping Hate on Twitter? Online Hate Speech in the 2016 US Election Campaign and its Aftermath.” March 6, 2019. Full text and here.

Silva, Daniel N. “Enregistering the nation: Bolsonaro’s populist branding of Brazil.” Working Papers in Urban Language & Literacies, Paper 252. 2019. Full text and here.

Stankov, Nemanja, and Slaven Živković. “The effect of religiosity: Comparison of voting for radical right-wing parties in Western and Eastern Europe.” 2019. Full text.

Swank, Duane, and Hans-Georg Betz. “Do Radical Right Populist Parties Matter? The Case of the European Welfare State.”  Paper prepared for presentation at the 2019 Annual Meetings of the American Political Science Association, August 29-September 1, Washington D.C.  Full text.

Tate, Tim. “Treason, Treachery and Pro-Nazi Activities by the British Ruling Classes During World War Two.” Presented at the Inaugural Conference on Right-Wing Studies, Berkeley Center for Right-Wing Studies, University of California. Berkeley, CA, April 25-27, 2019. Full text.

Tien, Joseph H., Marisa C. Eisenberg, Sarah T. Cherng, and Mason A. Porter. “Online reactions to the 2017 ‘Unite the Right’ rally in Charlottesville: Measuring polarization in Twitter networks using media followership.” arXiv preprint arXiv:1905.07755, May 21, 2019. Full text.

Trantidis, Aris and Nick Cowen. “Hayek Versus Trump: The Radical Right’s Road to Serfdom.” SSRN, February 16, 2019. Full text and here.

van der Vegt, Isabelle, Maximilian Mozes, Paul Gill, and Bennett Kleinberg.  “Online influence, offline violence: Linguistic responses to the ‘Unite the Right’ rally.”  arXiv:1908.11599, 30 Aug 2019.  Full text.

Wright, Joshua D., Irene Cheung, and Victoria M. Esses. “Is Support for Confederate Symbols Motivated by Southern Pride or Racism? Further Distinctions Between ‘Traditionalists’ and ‘Supremacists.'” PsyArXiv. April 21, 2019. Full text.

Zhang, Chenchen. “Right-wing populist discourse on Chinese social media: Identity, otherness, and global imaginaries.” Bruxelles: Centre d’étude de la vie politique (CEVIPOL), 2019. Cahiers du CEVIPOL, Brussels Working Papers, 3/2019. Full text.


All Party Parliamentary Group on Hate Crime. How Can We Build Community Cohesion When Hate Crime Is on the Rise? 2019. Full text.

Allchorn, William, and Matthew Feldman. The (Democratic) Football Lads Alliance: A Far Right Antechamber? London: Faith Matters, 2019. Full text.

Allen, Chris. National Action: links between the far right, extremism and terrorism. Commission for Countering Extremism, Summer 2019. Full text and here.

Anderson, David. MI5 and Counter Terrorism Policing Implementation Report: 2017 Terrorist Attacks. 11 June 2019. Full text.

Armstrong, Amelia. “Police-reported hate crime in Canada, 2017.” Juristat: Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics; Ottawa (Apr. 30, 2019). Full text.

Audit of Anti-Semitic Incidents: Year in Review 2018. New York: Center on Extremism, Anti-Defamation League, 2019. Full text.

Bechter, Nicolas. “Europe of Nations”: A Study on Extreme Right Parties and the EU integration. Brussels: transform! european network for alternative thinking and political dialogue, 2019. ePaper, May 2019. Full text.

Beirich, Heidi. “The Year in Hate: Rage Against Change.” Intelligence Report (Southern Poverty Law Center), February 20, 2019. Full text.

Bjørgo, Tore, and Jacob Aasland Ravndal.  “Extreme-Right Violence and Terrorism: Concepts, Patterns, and Responses.” The International Centre for Counter-Terrorism – The Hague (ICCT). ICCT Policy Brief, September 2019.  Full text.

Busher, Joel, Donald Holbrook, and Graham Macklin. The Internal Brakes on Violent Escalation: A Descriptive Typology. Lancaster: The Centre for Research and Evidence on Security Threats (CREST), February 2019. Full text.

Byman, Daniel. “Terrorism and the threat to democracy.” Democracy & Disorder Project (Brookings Institution), February 2019. Full text.

Campana, Aurélie, and Samuel Tanner. Anti-Muslim Ordinary Racism and the Banalization of Far Right Ideology. Waterloo: The Canadian Network for Research on Terrorism, Security, and Society (TSAS), 2019. TSAS Research Report RB 2019-02. Full text and here.

Castiglioni, Rossana.  The Right and Work-Family Policies: The Expansion of Maternity Leave under the Piñera Administration.  Santiago: Instituto de Investigación en Ciencias Sociales – Universidad Diego Portales, Agosto 2019.  Documento de trabajo ICSO – N° 58 / 2019.  Full text.

Cherkaoui, Tarek, and Khalil Dewan. War on Terror 2.0: The Rise of White Supremacy Terrorism. İstanbul: TRT World Research Centre, March 2019. Full text.

Clark, Simon. “Confronting the Domestic Right-Wing Terrorist Threat.” Center for American Progress, March 7, 2019. Full text and here.

Commission for Countering Extremism.  Challenging Hateful Extremism.  October 2019.  Full text.

Commission for Countering Extremism. Statistical summary of responses from our Call for evidence summary. July 2019. Full text.

Counter Extremism Project.  Siege’s Ties to Extremists.  2019.  On Siege, an anthology of violent pro-Nazi and pro-Charles Manson essays written by American neo-Nazi James Mason, and its popularization by the neo-Nazi group Atomwaffen Division (AWD).  Full text.

Davey, Jacob, and Julia Ebner. ‘The Great Replacement’: the Violent Consequences of Mainstreamed Extremism. London: Institute for Strategic Dialogue, 2019. Full text.

Department of Homeland Security. Strategic Framework for Countering Terrorism and Targeted Violence.  September 2019.  “The Department defines domestic terrorism as an act of unlawful violence, or a threat of force or violence, that is dangerous to human life or potentially destructive of critical infrastructure or key resources, and is intended to effect societal, political, or other change, committed by a group or person based and operating entirely within the United States or its territories. Unlike HVEs [homegrown violent extremists], domestic terrorists are not inspired by a foreign terrorist group.” Full text.

Euroflections: Leading academics on the European elections 2019. Editors: Niklas Bolin, Kajsa Falasca, Marie Grusell, Lars Nord. Sundsvall: Mittuniversitetet, Demicom, 2019. DEMICOM-report nr 40. Selected contents: Cas Mudde, Populism is dead! Long live the far right! 23-24 – Paul Taggart, Party-based hard euroscepticism in the 2019 European parliament elections, 26-27 – Duncan McDonnell, Will radical right populists finally all sit together in the new European parliament? 61 – Sofia Vasilopoulou, Support for the far right in the EP elections: What do the results mean for European politics? 63 – Nathalie Brack, Eurosceptic parties at the 2019 elections: A relative success, 64. Full text and here.

European Commission against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI). Annual Report on ECRI’s Activities covering the period from 1 January to 31 December 2018. Strasbourg: Council of Europe, June 2019. Full text.

European Islamophobia Report 2018. Enes Bayrakli • Farid Hafez (Eds).  Ankara: SETA | Foundation for Political, Economic and Social Research, 2019. Full text and here.

Evans, Jocelyn, Paul Norman, Myles Gould, Nicholas Hood, Gilles Ivaldi, Jérôme Dutozia, Kai Arzheimer, Carl Berning, Wouter Van Der Brug, Sarah de Lange, et al. Sub-national context and radical right support in Europe: Policy Brief. [Research Report] University of Nice – Sophia Antipolis, France. 2019. Full text and here and here.

Faith Matters. “Generation Identity: Creating Racial & ‘Cultural’ Lines of Division in Europe.” April 8, 2019. Full text.

Feldman, Matthew, and William Allchorn. A Working Definition of Anti-Muslim Hatred With a Focus on Hate-Crime Work. The Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right in Collaboration with Academic Consulting Services Ltd., May 13, 2019. Full text and here.

Georgiadou, Vasiliki, and Lamprini Rori. “Low-intensity violence in crisis-ridden Greece: evidence from the far right and the far left.” Hellenic Observatory Research Programmme Policy Brief, May 2019. Full text.

German, Michael, and Emmanuel Mauleón. Fighting Far-Right Violence and Hate Crimes: Resetting Federal Law Enforcement Priorities. Brennan Center for Justice at New York University School of Law, July 1, 2019. Full text and here.

Hate Beyond Borders: The Internationalization of White Supremacy.  New York: Anti-Defamation League, 2019.  Full text and here.

Hate Speech and Radicalisation Online: The OCCI Research Report. Johannes Baldauf, Julia Ebner and Jakob Guhl (Eds.). London, Washington DC, Beirut, Toronto: ISD, 2019. Contents: Greeting, by Marie-Teresa Weber, 4 – Foreword, by Peter Neumann, 5-6 – Notes on definitions [Extremism, Hate speech, Filter bubbles and echo chambers], 7 – Introduction, 8-9 – 1. Background: the ABC of the problems associated with hate speech, extremism and the NetzDG, by Simone Rafael and Alexander Ritzmann, 10-17 – 2. Strategies and tactics: communication strategies of jihadists and right-wing extremists, by Daniel Köhler and Julia Ebner, 18-26 – 3. Filter bubbles: how do filter bubbles affect (political) opinion, taking personality into account? by Christian Montag, 27-34 – 4. Disinformation: what role does disinformation play for hate speech and extremism on the internet and what measures have social media platforms taken to combat disinformation? by Karolin Schwarz and Josef Holnburger, 35-43 – 5. Civil society: defending the global village: strategies against the cultural backlack on social media, by Matthias Quent, 44-49 – 6. Case studies: which types of campaigns against hate and extremism on the internet work, which do not and why? by Sina Laubenstein and Alexander Urban, 50-57 – 7. Suggested solutions: hate speech and extremism in the context of the NetzDG – recommendations to politicians, social networks and civil society, by Jakob Guhl and Johannes Baldauf, 58-63. Full text.

Jurczyszyn, Łukasz, Krzysztof Liedel, Michelle Pacewicz, and Paulina Piasecka.  Report on the Comparative Analysis of European Counter-Radicalisation, Counter-Terrorist and
De-Radicalisation Policies.  Dialogue About Radicalisation and Equality (DARE), July 2019.  DARE 725349. Full text.

Keller, Daphne.  Three Constitutional Thickets: Why Regulating Online Violent Extremism Is Hard.  The Program on Extremism at George Washington University, September 2019.  Full text.

Kelly, Luke. “Overview of research on far right extremism in the Western Balkans.” Helpdesk Report, 4 June 2019. On Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Kosovo, and Albania. Full text.

Kenny, Sarah.  Women of the Alt-Right: An Intersectional Study of Far-Right Extremism, Gender, & Identity in the United States.  WIIS Policybrief August 2019.  Washington, D.C.: Women In International Security (WIIS), 2019.  Full text.

Koehler, Daniel.  “A Threat from Within? Exploring the Link between the Extreme Right and the Military.”  The Hague, The Netherlands: The International Centre for Counter-Terrorism – The Hague (ICCT), 2019.  ICCT Policy Brief September 2019. Full text.

Koehler, Daniel.  “Violence and Terrorism from the Far-Right: Policy Options to Counter an Elusive Threat.”  The Hague, The Netherlands: The International Centre for Counter-Terrorism – The Hague (ICCT), 2019.  ICCT Policy Brief February 2019.  Full text.

Kursani, Shpend. “Literature Review 2017-2018: Violent Extremism in the Western Balkans.”  Policy Report, Extremism Research Forum. London: British Council, February 2019. Full text.

Lee, Benjamin. Overview of the Far-Right. Commission for Countering Extremism, July 2019. Full text.

Lowles, Nick. “Order of Nine Angles.” HOPE not hate, 16 February 2019. On The Order of Nine Angles (ONA; O9A), a Nazi-Satanist “group.” Mentions Aryan Nations; Atomwaffen Division (AWD) (violent accelerationist American nazi terrorist group); The Black Book of Satan (three-volume O9A text); The Black Order (O9A-affiliated group); the British Movement; Column 88; Combat 18; David Copeland (London nail bomber); The Dreccian Way (O9A training manual written by Richard Moult); Andrew Dymock (Sonnenkrieg Division leader); Ryan Fleming (pseudonym A. A. Morian) (Yorkshire O9A leader and National Action leader); Garron Helm (charged and acquitted of being a member of National Action); Adolf Hitler; Holocaust Denial; holocaust revisionism; Mein Kampf (Hitler); Richard Moult pseudonym Christos Beast) (current O9A leader); Michael Mouthwork (O9A organsier); David Myatt (pseudonym Anton Long) (early O9A leader); National Action (NA) (UK group proscribed by the Home Secretary in July 2017); the National Democratic Freedom Movement; The National Socialist (e-newsletter produced by David Myatt); the National Socialist Alliance; National Socialist Movement (movement created by David Myatt); Reichsfolk (e-newsletter produced by David Myatt); Sonnenkrieg Division (British far right group); System Resistance Network (largely defunct group); the Third Reich; Temple of Them (Australian-based O9A-affiliated group); Vindex (figure expected to usher in O9A’s new imperial age); “White Jihad”; White Star Association (Californian-based O9A-affiliated group); ZOG (Zionist Occupation Government) (a phrase to describe the Jewish control of the state that became widely adopted by nazis in the 1980s and 90s). Full text and here.

Mulhall, Joe. Modernising and Mainstreaming: The Contemporary British Far Right. Commission for Countering Extremism, July 2019. Full text.

Mulhall, Joe. “Modernising and Mainstreaming: The Contemporary British Far Right.” Hope not hate, July 2019. Full text.

Murdoch, Simon, and Joe Mulhall.  From Banners to Bullets: The International Identitarian Movement.  London: HOPE not hate, 2019.  Full text and here.

The Network Contagion Research Institute and ADL’s Center on Extremism. “Gab and 8chan: Home to Terrorist Plots Hiding in Plain Sight.” ADL Report, April 10, 2019. Full text.

Newhouse, Alex. From Classifieds to Crypto: How White Supremacist Groups Have Embraced Crowdfunding. Center on Terrorism, Extremism, and Counterterrorism, Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey, 2019. Full text.

Pegida. Research by Rabbil Sikdar. London: Faith Matters, 2019. Full text.

Phillips, Trevor, John Jenkins, and Martyn Frampton. On Islamophobia. The Problem of Definition. Foreword by Khalid Mahmood MP. London: Policy Exchange, May 2019. Full text.

Pitcavage, Mark. Murder and Extremism in the United States in 2018. New York: Center on Extremism, Anti-Defamation League, 2019. Full text.

Pitcavage, Mark.  Surveying the Landscape of the American Far Right.  Program on Extremism, The George Washington University August 2019.  Full text.

“Rebel Media: A Platform Promoting Division, White Nationalism and Fear Mongering.” Faith Matters, March 4, 2019. Full text.

Selection of Islamophobic events (for 2017-2018) monitored in the “Brown Book” monitoring by the “NEVER AGAIN” Association. Warszawa: Stowarzyszenie ‘NIGDY WIECEJ’ – ‘NEVER AGAIN’ Association, 2019. Full text.

State of Hate 2019: People vs The Elite? Editor: Nick Lowles. London: HOPE not hate Ltd, 2019. Full text.

Switzerland’s Security 2019. Situation Report of the Federal Intelligence Service. Bern: Federal Intelligence Service FIS, 2019 [Violent right-wing and left-wing extremism, 53-63]. Full text.

2019 EU Elections Information Operations Analysis: Interim Briefing Paper. London, Washington, DC, Beirut, Toronto: The Institute for Strategic Dialogue, 2019. Full text.

(U//LES) Anti-Government, Identity Based, and Fringe Political Conspiracy Theories Very Likely Motivate Some Domestic Extremists to Commit Criminal, Sometimes Violent Activity. Federal Bureau of Investigation Intelligence Bulletin. FBI Phoenix Field Office, 30 May 2019. “The conspiracy theories referenced in this intelligence bulletin have been categorized as anti- government [New World Order (NWO), the United Nations (UN), or false flags], identity based [Zionist Occupied Government or Islamberg], or fringe political [Pizzagate or QAnon] because they assert secretive, malevolent acts either by an allegedly hostile and tyrannical federal government, by racial, religious, or social minority groups, or by political opponents.”  Full text and here.

Walsh, David Austin. “Conservative Philanthropy in Higher Education.” Washington, DC: Urban Institute, June 2019. A series of “case studies” of conservative philanthropic efforts to transform American higher education by promoting free market ideology. Full text and here.

“White Supremacists Step Up Off-Campus Propaganda Efforts in 2018.” ADL Center on Extremism, March 6, 2019. Full text.

White Supremacy Extremism: The Transnational Rise of the Violent White Supremacist Movement.  The Soufan Center, September 2019.  Full text.


Mazerolle, Lorraine, Adrian Cherney, Elizabeth Eggins, Angela Higginson, Lorelei Hine, and Emma Belton. “Police programs that seek to increase community connectedness for reducing violent extremism behaviour, attitudes, and beliefs.” Campbell Collaboration, 5 March 2019. Title registration and here.


Current Populism in Europe: What’s Next? 5th Prague Populism Conference, 27-28 May 2019. Organized by the Institute for International Studies Charles University in Prague and the Heinrich Böll Stiftung and Goethe Institut. Conference programme.

First Annual Far Right and Antifascism Conference. University of Virginia, April 27, 2019. Schedule.

Histories of Fascism and Anti-Fascism in Australasia. Flinders University, 2 December 2019. Call for papers.

The Inaugural Conference on Right-Wing Studies, Berkeley Center for Right-Wing Studies, University of California. Berkeley, CA, April 25-27, 2019. Conference agenda.

¡No Pasaran! – Confronting the Rise of the Far-Right. European Conference. 2 March 2019, Bloomsbury Central, 235 Shaftesbury Ave, London. Call for Participation.

2019 Terrorism and Social Media (TASM) Conference at Swansea University Bay Campus, Wales, United Kingdom, 25 and 26 June 2019. Conference website.


Domestic Terrorism Prevention Act. S. 894, 116th Congress, 1st Session. Full text.

McCord, Mary B., and Jason M. Blazakis. “A Road Map for Congress to Address Domestic Terrorism.” Lawfare, February 27, 2019. Proposing a domestic terrorism statute on the model of current 18 U.S.C. § 2332b. Full text.

Williams, Margot, and Trevor Aaronson. “How Individual States Have Criminalized Terrorism.” The Intercept, March 23, 2019. Anti-terrorism laws in the 50 states and the District of Columbia. Part of the series “The Threat Within.” Full text.


Allen, Craig. [Review of] Paving the Way for Reagan: The Influence of Conservative Media on U.S. Foreign Policy, by Laurence R. Jurdem. Journal of American History 106.1 (June 2019): 267-268. Abstract.

Anon. [Review of] Garrard, Greg, Axel Goodbody, George Handley, and Stephanie Posthumus, Climate Change Scepticism: A Transnational Ecocritical AnalysisForum for Modern Language Studies 55.4 (Oct. 2019): 495.  Abstract.

Ashton, Bodie A. [Review of] The Death of Democracy: Hitler’s Rise to Power, by Benjamin Carter Hett. European History Quarterly 49.2 (April 2019): 322-324. First page. Third page.

Aziz, Omer. “America Through the Eyes of the Nazis.” Review of Hitler’s American Model: The United States and the Making of Nazi Race Law, by James Q. Whitman. Dissent 66.1 (Winter 2019): 128-132. Abstract and first page.

Baird, Vanessa. “Mixed media: books.” Review of, among other books, The New Faces of Fascism: Populism and the Far Right, by Enzo Traverso, translated from French by David Broder. New Internationalist, 11 April 2019. Full text.

Bale, Jeffrey M. “From white power to the preservation of national cultures?” Reviews of Ryan Shaffer, Music, Youth and International Links in Post-War British Fascism: The Transformation of Extremism and Benjamin R. Teitelbaum, Lions of the North: Sounds of the New Radical Nordic Nationalism. Patterns of Prejudice 53.2 (2019): 219-223. First page.

Barlow, David E. [Review of] Bending Toward Justice: The Birmingham Church Bombing That Changed the Course of Civil Rights, by Doug Jones. Criminal Justice Review, First Published July 10, 2019

Batory, Agnes. [Review of] Nordic Nationalism and Right-Wing Populist Politics: Imperial Relationships and National Sentiments, by Eirikur Bergmann. Democratization, Published online: 20 Feb. 2019.

Baudet, Thierry. “Houellebecq’s Unfinished Critique of Liberal Modernity.” American Affairs 3.2 (Summer 2019): 213-224. Review essay on Sérotonine, by Michel Houellebecq. Full text.

Baxa, Paul. [Review of] Claretta: Mussolini’s Last Lover, by R. J. B. Bosworth. European History Quarterly 49.2 (April 2019): 308-310. First page. Third page.

Baykan, Toygar Sinan. “Book Review: Absorbing the Blow: Populist Parties and their Impact on Parties and Party Systems edited by Steven Wolinetz and Andrej Zaslove.” LSE Review of Books blog, January 30, 2019. Full text and here.

Baym, Geoffrey. Review of Fox Populism: Branding Conservatism as Working Class, by Reece Peck. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, First Published August 7, 2019

Beauchamp, Zack. “The new reactionaries. Two new books reveal the coalition of far-right nationalists and anti-PC warriors who define the modern political right.” Reviews of Yoram Hazony’s The Virtue of Nationalism and Eric Kaufmann’s Whiteshift. Vox, Feb. 26, 2019. Full text.

Beck, Abaki. “There’s No Such Thing as Objective Science.” Review of Superior: The Return of Race Science, by Angela Saini. Bitch Media, May 20, 2019. Full text.

Beck, Hermann. [Review of] Conservative Parties and the Birth of Democracy, by Daniel Ziblatt.  The Journal of Modern History 91.1 (March 2019): 158-160. First page.

Becker, Jordan. [Review of] Absorbing the blow: populist parties and their impact on parties and party systems, edited by Steven Wolinetz and Andrej Zaslove. International Affairs 95.3 (May 2019): 718-719. Abstract.

Becker, Jordan. [Review of] Cultural Backlash: Trump, Brexit, and Authoritarian Populism, by Pippa Norris and Ronald Inglehart. International Affairs 95.5 (September 2019): 1168-1169.  Abstract.

Benedict, Michael Les. [Review of] The U.S. Constitution and Secession: A Documentary Anthology of Slavery and White Supremacy. Ed. by Dwight T. Pitcaithley. Journal of American History 106.2 (Sept. 2019): 469-470. Abstract.

Berman, Aaron. [Review of] Hitler’s American Friends: The Third Reich’s Supporters in the United States, by Bradley W. Hart. Journal of American History 106.2 (Sept. 2019): 513-514. Abstract.

Blackwell, Sean. [Review of] Mark Hamm and Ramon Spaaij, The Age of Lone Wolf Terrorism. Crime, Media, Culture: An International Journal, First Published March 18, 2019. First page.

Bland, Benjamin. “Rethinking the European far right.” Reviews of Jean-Yves Camus and Nicolas Lebourg, Far-Right Politics in Europe, trans. from the French by Jane Marie Todd, and Matteo Albanese and Pablo del Hierro, Transnational Fascism in the Twentieth Century: Spain, Italy and the Global Neo-Fascist Network. Patterns of Prejudice 53.2 (2019): 212-216. First page.

Bolin, Niklas.  [Review of] Eirikur Bergmann, Nordic Nationalism and Right-Wing Populist PoliticsParty Politics, First Published September 16, 2019

Bookbinder, Paul. [Review of] The Making of a Nazi: Becoming Hitler, by Thomas Weber. European History Quarterly 49.2 (April 2019): 356-357. Second page.

Bracey, Glenn E., II. [Review of] Doing Violence, Making Race: Lynching and White Racial Group Formation in the U.S. South, 1882-1930, by Mattias Smångs. Contemporary Sociology: A Journal of Reviews 48.4 (July 2019): 464-466. First page.

Brackman, Harold. “The Jews Who Fought Hitler in Hollywood.” Reviews of Laura B. Rosenzweig’s Hollywood’s Spies (2017) and Steven J. Ross’ Hitler in Los Angeles (2017)., April 1, 2019. Full text.

Browning, Christopher R. “The Fake Threat of Jewish Communism.” Review of A Specter Haunting Europe: The Myth of Judeo-Bolshevism, by Paul Hanebrink. The New York Review of Books 66.3 (February 21, 2019). Excerpt.

Bunker, Kenneth. [Review of] Cultural backlash: Trump, Brexit, and authoritarian populism, by Pippa Norris and Ronald Inglehart. Democratization, Published online: 2 Apr. 2019.

Burcur, Maria. [Review of] Nikolai Krementsov, With and Without Galton. Vasilii Florinskii and the Fate of Eugenics in Russia. Social History of Medicine, Published: 21 May 2019. Abstract.

Burley, Shane. “The Black Wave: A Review of ‘Tomorrow Belongs to Us.'” Review of Nigel Copsey and Matthew Worley (Eds.), Tomorrow Belongs to Us: The British Far Right since 1967. Medium, Apr. 6, 2019. Full text.

Cannato, Vincent J. [Review of] Katherine Benton-Cohen, Inventing the Immigration Problem: The Dillingham Commission and Its Legacy. The American Historical Review 124.3 (June 2019): 1021-1024. Abstract.

Cannon, Barry. [Review of] From Fascism to Populism in History, by Federico Finchelstein. Bulletin of Latin American Research 38.2 (April 2019): 256-257

Cantrell, Gregg. [Review of] Southern Nation: Congress and White Supremacy after Reconstruction, by David A. Bateman, Ira Katznelson, and John S. Lapinski. Journal of American History 106.1 (June 2019): 210-211. Abstract.

Cazorla-Sánchez, Antonio. [Review of] Arnd Bauerkämper and Grzegorz Rossoliński-Liebe, editors, Fascism without Borders: Transnational Connections and Cooperation between Movements and Regimes in Europe from 1918 to 1945The American Historical Review 124.1 (February 2019): 328-329. Abstract.

Chappel, James. “Europe’s Ghosts: The bloody history of a myth.” Review of A Specter Haunting Europe: The Myth of Judeo-Bolshevism, by Paul Hanebrink. The Nation, March 21, 2019. Full text.

Clark, Roland. [Review of] Music, Youth and International Links in Post-War British Fascism: The Transformation of Extremism, by Ryan Shaffer. The Journal of the History of Childhood and Youth 12.2 (Spring 2019): 317-318. Excerpt and first page.

Cookson, Clive. “Superior by Angela Saini — are we all created equal?” Review of Superior: The Return of Race Science, by Angela Saini. Financial Times, May 29, 2019. Full text.

Crespino, Joseph. “‘Freedom’s Detective’ Review: The First War on Terror.” Review of Freedom’s Detective: The Secret Service, the Ku Klux Klan and the Man Who Masterminded America’s First War on Terror, by Charles Lane. Wall Street Journal, April 14, 2019. Excerpt.

Crick, Nathan. “The Rhetoric of Fascism: Or, This Is the Way the World Ends.” Reviews of Fascism: The Career of a Concept, by Paul E. Gottfried; Fascism: A Warning, by Madeleine Albright; How Democracies Die, by Steven Levitsky and Daniel Ziblatt; How Fascism Works: The Politics of Us and Them, by Jason Stanley. Rhetoric Society Quarterly, Published online: 25 Mar. 2019. First page.

Danaj, Ermira. Commissioned Book Review: Michaela Köttig, Renate Bitzan and Andrea Peto (Eds), Gender and Far Right Politics in Europe. Political Studies Review, First Published August 17, 2019

Datta, Venita.  [Review of] Sarah Shurts, Resentment and the Right: French Intellectual Identity Reimagined, 1898-2000The American Historical Review 124.4 (October 2019): 1529-1530.  Abstract.

de Candia, Margherita. [Review of] Federico Finchelstein, From Fascism to Populism in History. e-Extreme 20.1 (January 2019): 17-18. Full text and here.

Deckman, Melissa. [Review of] Raised Right: Fatherhood in Modern American Conservatism, by Jeffrey R. Dudas. Perspectives on Politics 17.1 (March 2019): 201-202. First page.

Dossett, Kate. [Review of] Set the World on Fire: Black Nationalist Women and the Global Struggle for Freedom, by Keisha N. Blain. Journal of American History 106.1 (June 2019): 225. Abstract.

Dubnov, Arie M. [Review of] Jabotinsky’s Children: Polish Jews and the Rise of Right-Wing Zionism, by Daniel Kupfert Heller. The American Historical Review 124.2 (April 2019): 776-777. Abstract.

Dudas, Jeffrey R. [Review of] Tea Party Women: Mama Grizzlies, Grassroots Leaders, and the Changing Face of the American Right, by Melissa Deckman. Perspectives on Politics 17.1 (March 2019): 203-205.

Eaglestone, Robert. [Review of] The Fourth Reich: The Specter of Nazism from World War II to the Present, by Gavriel D. Rosenfeld. Times Higher Education (THE), February 28 2019

Eatwell, Roger. [Review of] “Tomorrow Belongs to Us”: The British Far Right since 1967, edited by Nigel Copsey and Matthew Worley. The English Historical Review, Published: 13 August 2019. Abstract.

Ebner, Michael. [Review of] Mussolini and Hitler: The Forging of the Fascist Alliance, by Christian Goeschel. German History, First Published: 29 March 2019. Abstract.

Edwards, Sian. [Review of] Ryan Shaffer, Music, Youth and International Links in Post-War British Fascism: The Transformation of Extremism. Britain and the World 12.2 (September 2019): 224-227. Full text.

Eick, Gianna Maria. [Review of] The European Mainstream and the Populist Radical Right, edited by Pontus Odmalm and Eve Hepburn. Political Studies Review, First Published May 3, 2019

el-Ojeili, Chamsy. “Facing the new fascism.” Review essay on Enzo Traverso, The New Faces of Fascism: Populism and the Far Right. Thesis Eleven, First Published May 15, 2019. First page.

Ferree, Myra Marx. [Review of] Andrew R. Lewis, The Rights Turn in Conservative Christian Politics: How Abortion Transformed the Culture Wars. Political Studies Review, First Published April 15, 2019

Finkelstein, Daniel. “Review: Antisemitism: Here and Now by Deborah Lipstadt — Jeremy Corbyn isn’t an antisemite but . . .” The Times, January 25 2019. Excerpt.

Ford, Kieran. Review of American Islamophobia: understanding the roots and rise of fear, by Khaled A. Beydoun. Critical Studies on Terrorism, Published online: 5 Aug. 2019

Ford, Robert. “Raising the white flag.” Review article on Eric Kaufmann, Whiteshift: Populism, Immigration and the Future of White Majorities. Ethnicities, First Published April 15, 2019. First page.

Forest, James J.F. [Review] of William Allchorn (Ed.), Tracking the Rise of the Radical Right Globally. Perspectives on Terrorism 13.4 (August 2019): 65-66. Full text and here.

Frary, Lucien. [Review of] Black Wind, White Snow: The Rise of Russia’s New Nationalism, by Charles Clover. Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 3 June 2019

Fung, Edmund S. K. [Review of] China’s Conservative Revolution: The Quest for a New Order, 1927-1949, by Brian Tsui. The China Journal 82 (July 2019): 209-11. First page.

Gabel, Matthew J. [Review of] Brexit: Why Britain Voted to Leave the European Union. By Harold D. Clarke, Matthew Goodwin, and Paul Whiteley. Perspectives on Politics 17.1 (March 2019): 279-281. First page. Third page.

Geary, Daniel. [Review of] Behold, America: The Entangled History of ‘America First’ and ‘the American Dream’, by Sarah Churchwell. Journal of American History 106.2 (Sept. 2019): 502-503. Abstract.

George, Cherian. [Review of] Fanaticism, Racism, and Rage Online: Corrupting the Digital Sphere, by Adam Klein. European Journal of Communication 34.2 (April 2019): 211-213. First page.

Geran Pilon, Juliana.  [Review of] Rethinking Antifascism: History, Memory and Politics, 1922 to the Present, edited by Hugo García, Mercedes Yusta, Xavier Tabet, and Cristina Clímaco,  Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 19 Sept. 2019

Gerth, Matthew. [Review of] Kyle Burke, Revolutionaries for the Right: anticommunist internationalism and paramilitary warfare in the Cold War. Cold War History, Published online: 16 May 2019. First page.

Glazebrook,Dan.  “The Far Right Today by Cas Mudde.”  Morning Star, September 17, 2019.  Full text.

Goldberg, Robert A. [Review of] Ku Klux Kulture: America and the Klan in the 1920s, by Felix Harcourt. Journal of American History 105.4 (March 2019): 1063. Abstract.

Goldsmith, Zachary.  [Review of] Ronald Beiner, Dangerous Minds: Nietzsche, Heidegger, and the Return of the Far RightThe European Legacy 24.6 (Aug. 2019): 672-674.  First page.

Göpffarth, Julian. [Review of] Ronald Beiner, Dangerous Minds: Nietzsche, Heidegger, and the Return of the Far RightNations and Nationalism 25.1 (January 2019): 394-395.  Full text and here.

Goss, Brian Michael.  [Review of] Democracy in Chains: The Deep History of the Radical Right’s Stealth Plan for America, by Nancy MacLean. Journal of Communication Inquiry 43.3 (July 2019): 333-338.  First page.

Goudsouzian, Aram. “The Secret Service chief who embodied the best and worst of Reconstruction.” On Hiram Whitley. Review of Freedom’s Detective: The Secret Service, the Ku Klux Klan and the Man Who Masterminded America’s First War on Terror, by Charles Lane. The Washington Post, April 12, 2019. Full text.

Gross, Justin H. [Reviews of] Network Propaganda: Manipulation, Disinformation, and Radicalization in American Politics, by Yochai Benkler, Robert Faris, and Hal Roberts; The Branding of Right-Wing Activism: The News Media and the Tea Party, by Khadijah Costley White. Perspectives on Politics 17.3 (Sept. 2019): 881-883. Full text and here.

Guerra, Simona. [Review of] Filippo Tronconi (ed.), Beppe Grillo’s Five Star Movement. Organisation, Communication and Ideology. Party Politics 25.3 (May 2019): 478-479

Gunitsky, Seva. “Critical Dialogue.” Review of Conservative Parties and the Birth of Democracy, by Daniel Ziblatt. Perspectives on Politics 17.2 (June 2019): 492-494. Full text and here.

Haberman, Aaron L. [Review of] To Face Down Dixie: South Carolina’s War on the Supreme Court in the Age of Civil Rights, by James O. Heath. Journal of American History 106.1 (June 2019): 259-260. Abstract.

Haberski, Raymond, Jr. [Review of] Show Trial: Hollywood, HUAC, and the Birth of the Blacklist, by Thomas Doherty. Journal of American History 106.1 (June 2019): 251-252. Abstract.

Hagen, Joshua. [Review of] Michael Tymkiw, Nazi Exhibition Design and Modernism. European History Quarterly 49.1 (January 2019): 170-172. First page.

Hawes, Derek. [Review of] Euroscepticism and the Future of European Integration, by Catherine E. De Vries. Journal of Contemporary European Studies, Published online: 20 June 2019

Hawes, Derek. [Review of] Populocracy: The Tyranny of Authenticity and the Rise of Populism, by Catherine Fieschi. Journal of Contemporary European Studies, Published online: 16 July 2019

Haynes, Jeffrey. [Review of] American Islamophobia. Understanding the Roots and Rise of Fear, by Khaled A. Beydoun. Democratization, Published online: 31 July 2019

Herron, Paul E. [Review of] Southern Nation: Congress and White Supremacy after Reconstruction, by David Bateman, Ira Katznelson, and John S. Lapinski. Political Science Quarterly 134.3 (Fall 2019): 540-541

Hexham, Irving.  [Review of] The Oxford Handbook of the Radical Right. Jens Rydgren, ed.  Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique, Published online: 6 September 2019.  First page and references.

Hollander, Paul. “The One Way Street: Misunderstanding Fascism.” Review of How Fascism Works: The Politics of Us and Them, by Jason Stanley. Academic Questions, First Online: 4 April 2019. Abstract.

Huber, Robert A. [Review of] Absorbing the Blow: Populist Parties and Their Impact on Parties and Party Systems, edited by S. B. Wolinetz and A. Zaslove. JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 57.1 (January 2019): 178-179. Full text.

Hunger, Sophia. [Review of] Koen Vossen, The Power of Populism: Geert Wilders and the Party for Freedom in the Netherlands. e-Extreme 20.1 (January 2019): 19-21. Full text and here.

Janes, Dominic. [Review of] Playboys and Mayfair Men: Crime, Class, Masculinity, and Fascism in 1930s London, by Angus McLaren. The American Historical Review 124.2 (April 2019): 744-745. Abstract.

Jha, Alok. “Superior: The Return of Race Science by Angela Saini – review.” The Guardian, 27 May 2019. Full text.

Johnston, Ron. [Review of] Brexit: Why Britain Voted to Leave the European Union, by Harold D. Clarke, Matthew Goodwin and Paul Whiteley. Political Studies Review, First Published April 19, 2019. First page.

Jones, Erik.  “Europe.” Reviews of five books, including Close to Home: Local Ties and Voting Radical Right in Europe, by Jennifer Fitzgerald.  Survival 61.3 (May 2019): 225-232 [at 229-230].  Abstract.

Jones, Larry Eugene. [Review of] Nietzsche und die Konservative Revolution. Edited by Sebastian Kaufmann and Andreas Urs Sommer.  Central European History 52.3 (Sept. 2019): 536-537.  First page.

Jones, Larry Eugene. [Review of] Right-Wing Politics and the Rise of Antisemitism in Europe 1935-1941, edited by Frank Bajohr and Dieter Pohl. German History, Published: 3 July 2019. Abstract.

Karavasilis, Lazaros. Review of Tjitske Akkerman, Sarah L. de Lange and Matthijs Rooduijn (eds), Radical Right-Wing Populist Parties in Western Europe: Into the Mainstream? Political Studies Review, First Published August 22, 2019

Kettler, Andrew. [Review of] Against the Fascist Creep, by Alexander Reid Ross. Journal for the Study of Radicalism 13.2 (Aug. 2019): 197-200. Excerpt and first page.

Kincaid, John. [Review of] The Extreme Gone Mainstream: Commercialization and Far Right Youth Culture in Germany, by Cynthia Miller-Idriss. Contemporary Sociology: A Journal of Reviews 48.4 (July 2019): 447-448

Kitamura, Hiroshi. [Review of] The Screen Is Red: Hollywood, Communism, and the Cold War, by Bernard F. Dick. Journal of American History 106.2 (Sept. 2019): 530. Abstract.

Laczó, Ferenc. [Review of] Paul Hanebrink, A Specter Haunting Europe: The Myth of Judeo-BolshevismAustrian History Yearbook 50 (April 2019): 241-243. First page. Third page.

Larsen, Erik Gahner. [Review of] The Populist Radical Right: A Reader by Cas Mudde (ed.). Political Studies Review, First Published May 2, 2019

Laurie, Bruce. [Review of] Democracy in Chains: The Deep History of the Radical Right’s Stealth Plan for America, by Nancy MacLean. The American Historical Review 124.2 (April 2019): 694-695. Abstract.

Lay, Shawn. [Review of] Ku Klux Kulture: America and the Klan in the 1920s, by Felix Harcourt. The American Historical Review 124.2 (April 2019): 689-690. Abstract.

Lebovic, Matt. “‘Siren call’ of a Fourth Reich is spreading, warns Nazi Germany expert.” Review of The Fourth Reich: The Specter of Nazism from World War II to the Present, by Gavriel D. Rosenfeld. The Times of Israel, 3 May 2019. Full text.

Legvold, Robert. [Review of] A Specter Haunting Europe: The Myth of Judeo-Bolshevism, by Paul Hanebrink. Foreign Affairs (January/February 2019). Full text.

Leipold, Alexander. Review of Nancy MacLean, Democracy in Chains. The Deep History of the Radical Right’s Stealth Plan for America. Politische Vierteljahresschrift 60.1 (Mar. 2019): 171-174. Abstract.

Levy, David M. [Review of] Nancy MacLean, Democracy in Chains: The Deep History of the Radical Right’s Stealth Plan for AmericaJournal of the History of Economic Thought, Published online: 2 September 2019.  First page.

Li, Yuanke. Review of Monika Kopytowska (ed.), Contemporary Discourses of Hate and Radicalism across Space and Genres. Discourse & Society 30.5 (September 2019): 536-538. First page.

Logan, Oliver. [Review of] The Rosary, the Republic, and the Right: Spain and the Vatican Hierarchy, 1931-1939, by Karl J. Trybus. European History Quarterly 49.2 (April 2019): 352-354. First page.

Loukianov, Mikhail. [Review of] George Gilbert, The Radical Right in Late Imperial Russia: Dreams of a True Fatherland? Revolutionary Russia 32.1 (2019): 184-185

Luther, William. [Review of] David Golumbia, The Politics of Bitcoin: Software as Right-Wing Extremism. The Review of Austrian Economics 32.1 (Mar. 2019): 85-88.  Abstract.

Mainwaring, Scott. [Review of] Revolution and Reaction: The Diffusion of Authoritarianism in Latin America, by Kurt Weyland. Democratization, Published online: 15 Aug. 2019. First page.

Malešević, Siniša. Review of Nationalism, Inequality and England’s Political Predicament, by Charles Leddy-Owen. Ethnic and Racial Studies, Published online: 5 Aug. 2019. First page.

McDonough, Terry. [Review of] John Richardson, British Fascism: A Discourse-Historical Analysis. Discourse & Society 30.1 (January 2019): 103-105. First page.

Mcglynn, Sean. “Marine Le Pen—somewhere between George Orwell and Michel Houellebecq.” Review of Inside the Mind of Marine Le Pen, by Michel Eltchaninoff. Translated by James Ferguson. The Political Quarterly, First published: 3 April 2019.

Medearis, John. [Review of] The Reactionary Mind: Conservatism from Edmund Burke to Donald Trump. Second Edition. By Corey Robin. Perspectives on Politics 17.3 (Sept. 2019): 854-856. Full text and here.

Meyer, Jessica. [Review of] Playboys and Mayfair Men: Crime, Class, Masculinity, and Fascism in 1930s London, by Angus McLaren. The English Historical Review, Published: 4 July 2019. Abstract.

Milewski, Melissa. [Review of] The Burning House: Jim Crow and the Making of Modern America, by Anders Walker. Journal of American History 106.1 (June 2019): 197. Abstract.

Miller, Eric C. [Review of] God Hates: Westboro Baptist Church, American Nationalism, and the Religious Right, by Rebecca Barrett-Fox. Rhetoric and Public Affairs 22.2 (2019): 339-341. First page.

Mintz, Luke. “The neo-Nazi who turned double agent to stop the murder of a British MP.” Review of Matthew Collins with Robbie Mullen, Nazi Terrorist: The Story of National Action. The Telegraph, 5 May 2019. Excerpt.

Mirowski, Philip. “The Eighteenth Brumaire of James Buchanan: Review of Nancy MacLean, Democracy in Chains.” boundary 2 46.1 (2019): 197-219. Abstract.

Morson, Gary Saul. “Lenin and Maimonides.” Review of A Specter Haunting Europe: The Myth of Judeo-Bolshevism, by Paul Hanebrink. Jewish Review of Books (Winter 2019). Full text.

Mulloy, D. J. [Review of] Radicalism and Music: An Introduction to the Music Cultures of al-Qa’ida, Racist Skinheads, Christian-affiliated Radicals, and Eco-animal Rights Militants, by Jonathan Pieslak. Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 28 Mar 2019.

“The Myth of Judeo-Bolshevism, and the Realities of Jewish Bolsheviks.” Review of A Specter Haunting Europe: The Myth of Judeo-Bolshevism, by Paul Hanebrink. Mosaic, Jan. 14, 2019. Full text.

Newman, Mark. [Review of] Resisting Equality: The Citizens’ Council, 1954-1989, by Stephanie R. Rolph. Journal of Interdisciplinary History 50.1 (Summer 2019): 141-142. Excerpt and first page.

Och, Malliga. [Review of] Karen Celis and Sarah Childs (eds.), Gender, Conservatism and Political Representation. Party Politics 25.2 (March 2019): 284-285.

Oda, Yuki. “Oda on Benton-Cohen, ‘Inventing the Immigration Problem: The Dillingham Commission and Its Legacy.'” Review of Katherine Benton-Cohen, Inventing the Immigration Problem: The Dillingham Commission and Its Legacy. H-Diplo, H-Net Reviews. April, 2019. Full text.

Page, Benjamin I. [Review of] State Capture: How Conservative Activists, Big Businesses, and Wealthy Donors Reshaped the American States—and the Nation, by Alexander Hertel-Fernandez. Perspectives on Politics 17.3 (Sept. 2019): 886-888. Full text and here.

Parsons, Kat. “The Radical Right Built Trump, And He Returned The Favor.” Review of Alt-America: The Rise of the Radical Right in the Age of Trump, by David Neiwert. Rantt, June 11, 2019. Full text.

Paxton, Fred. [Review of] Eric Kaufmann, Whiteshift: Populism, Immigration and the Future of White Majorities. e-Extreme (ECPR Standing Group on Extremism & Democracy) 20.2 (June 2019): 19-22. Full text.

Peterson, David J. [Review of] Monika Kopytowska (ed.), Contemporary Discourses of Hate and Radicalism across Space and Genres. Language in Society 48.2 (April 2019): 325-326. First page.

Pine, Lisa. [Review of] The Law of Blood: Thinking and Acting as a Nazi, by Johann Chapoutot. Translated by Miranda Richmond Mouillot. The Journal of Modern History 91.2 (June 2019): 476-478. First page. Third page.

Pope, Paul James. [Review of] Making Sense of the Alt-Right, by George Hawley. Political Science Quarterly 133.4 (Winter 2018-19): 786-787. Excerpt.

Puleo, Leonardo. [Review of] Radical Right-Wing Populist Parties in Western Europe: Into the Mainstream? Edited by Tjitske Akkerman, Sarah L. de Lange, and Matthijs Rooduijn. e-Extreme 20.1 (January 2019): 14-16. Full text and here.

Rabig, Julia. [Review of] Resisting Equality: The Citizens’ Council, 1954-1989, by Stephanie R. Rolph. Journal of American History 106.2 (Sept. 2019): 517-518. Abstract.

Rao, Kavitha. “Race science comes out of the shadows.” Review of Superior: The Return of Race Science, by Angela Saini. Livemint, 1 June 2019. Full text.

Reinert, Sophus A.  [Review of] Globalists: The End of Empire and the Birth of Neoliberalism, by Quinn Slobodian. Business History Review 93.3 (Autumn 2019): 613-619. First page.

Requarth, Tim. “Why Do So Many Researchers Still Treat Race as a Scientific Concept?” Review of Superior: The Return of Race Science, by Angela Saini. Slate, May 30, 2019. Full text.

Ritterhouse, Jennifer. [Review of] The Burning House: Jim Crow and the Making of Modern America, by Anders Walker. The American Historical Review 124.3 (June 2019): 1093-1094. Abstract.

Rodman, David. [Review of] Antisemitism Today and Tomorrow: Global Perspectives on the Many Faces of Contemporary Antisemitism, edited by Mikael Shainkman. Israel Affairs, Published online: 18 July 2019. First page.

Roessler, Frieder. “Democracy, Redistribution and the WTO: A Comment on Quinn Slobodian’s book Globalists: The End of Empire and the Birth of Neoliberalism Harvard University Press, 2018.” World Trade Review, Published online: 4 April 2019. First page.

Rolph, Stephanie R. [Review of] Mothers of Massive Resistance: White Women and the Politics of White Supremacy, by Elizabeth Gillespie McRae. The English Historical Review, Published: 1 October 2019.  Abstract.

Ruotsila, Markku. [Review of] Revolutionaries for the Right: Anticommunist Internationalism and Paramilitary Warfare in the Cold War, by Kyle Burke. Journal of American History 106.2 (Sept. 2019): 526-527. Abstract.

Rutter, Virginia. [Review of] Frenemies: Feminists, Conservatives, and Sexual Violence, by Nancy Whittier. Contemporary Sociology: A Journal of Reviews 48.4 (July 2019): 472-474. First page.

Ryan, Alexander. [Review of] Lise Esther Herman & James Muldoon (Eds), Trumping the Mainstream: the Conquest of Democratic Politics by the Populist Radical Right. e-Extreme (ECPR Standing Group on Extremism & Democracy) 20.2 (June 2019): 17-19. Full text.

Ryan, Liam. [Review of] Edmund Burke and the Invention of Modern Conservatism, 1830–1914: An Intellectual History, by Emily Jones. Twentieth Century British History 30.1 (March 2019): 136-139. Abstract.

Rymph, Catherine E. [Review of] Molly Ladd-Taylor, Fixing the Poor: Eugenic Sterilization and Child Welfare in the Twentieth Century. The American Historical Review 124.3 (June 2019): 1099-1100. Abstract.

Sarnou, Dallel. [Review of] Monika Kopytowska (ed.), Contemporary Discourses of Hate and Radicalism across Space and Genres. Journal of Language and Politics, Available online: 4 February 2019. Abstract.

Scanlan, Michael. [Review of] Leonard Weinberg, Fascism, Populism and American Democracy. e-Extreme (ECPR Standing Group on Extremism & Democracy) 20.2 (June 2019): 25-27. Full text.

Scerri, Daniela Scerri. [Review of] J.M. Berger, Extremism. Perspectives on Terrorism 13.3 (June 2019): 183-184. Full text.

Schaub, Michael. “In ‘Freedom’s Detective,’ A Flawed But Remarkable Hiram Whitley Infiltrates The KKK.” Review of Freedom’s Detective: The Secret Service, the Ku Klux Klan and the Man Who Masterminded America’s First War on Terror, by Charles Lane. NPR, April 11, 2019. Full text.

Schildkraut, Deborah J. [Review of] Ashley Jardina, White Identity PoliticsPublic Opinion Quarterly, Published: 12 October 2019.  Full text and here and here.

Seigel, Micol. [Review of] Kathleen Belew, Bring the War Home: The White Power Movement and Paramilitary AmericaThe American Historical Review 124.1 (February 2019): 196-198. Abstract.

Shaffer, Ryan. “Looking Eastward to the Right.” Review of Michael Minkenberg, The Radical Right in Eastern Europe: Democracy under Siege?  Patterns of Prejudice 53.4 (Aug. 2019): 438-440. First page.

Shaffer, Ryan. “New Perspectives on Fascism and the Radical Right.” Reviews of The “New Man” in Radical Right Ideology and Practice, 1919-45, edited by Jorge Dagnino, Matthew Feldman, and Paul Stocker; Fascism without Borders: Transnational Connections and Cooperation between Movements and Regimes in Europe from 1918 to 1945, edited by Arnd Bauerkämper and Grzegorz Rossolinski-Liebe; Hollywood’s Spies: The Undercover Surveillance of Nazis in Los Angeles, by Laura B. Rosenzweig; Bring the War Home: The White Power Movement and Paramilitary America, by Kathleen Belew; and The Paradox of Ukrainian Lviv: A Borderland City between Stalinists, Nazis, and Nationalists, by Tarik Cyril Amar. Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 1 May 2019. First page.

Shaffer, Ryan. [Review of] Holy Legionary Youth: Fascist Activism in Interwar Romania, by Roland Clark. Terrorism and Political Violence 31.2 (2019): 421-423. First page.

Sheehan, James J. “From Trotsky to Soros.” Review of A Specter Haunting Europe: The Myth of Judeo-Bolshevism, by Paul Hanebrink. Commonweal Magazine 146.5 (March 8, 2019). Full text.

Shilon, Avi. [Review of] Jabotinsky’s Children – Polish Jews and the Rise of Right-Wing Zionism, by Daniel Kupfert Heller. Journal of Israeli History, Published online: 3 July 2019. First page.

Shorten, Richard. [Review of] The Rise of the Alt-Right, by Thomas J. Main. Perspectives on Politics 17.1 (March 2019): 243-245. First page.

Solomos, John. [Review of] ‘Tomorrow Belongs to Us’: The British Far Right since 1967, edited by Nigel Copsey and Matthew Worley. Ethnic and Racial Studies, Published online: 17 Sept. 2019

Somer-Topcu, Zeynep. [Review of] Close to Home: Local Ties and Voting Radical Right in Europe, by Jennifer Fitzgerald. Perspectives on Politics 17.2 (June 2019): 616-617. Full text.

Somgynari, Connor. [Review of] The Triumph of Israel’s Radical Right, by Ami Pedahzur. Mediterranean Politics 24.1 (2019): 124-133. First page.

Sorensen, Ben.  [Review of] Democracy in Chains: The Deep History of the Radical Right’s Stealth Plan for America, by Nancy MacLean.  International Social Science Review 95.2 (2019), Article 14.  Full text.

Sørlie, Sigurd. [Review of] Building a Nazi Europe: The SS’s Germanic Volunteers, by Martin R. Gutmann. European History Quarterly 49.2 (April 2019): 320-322. First page. Third page.

Stibbe, Matthew. [Review of] Shelley Baranowski, Armin Nolzen and Claus-Christian W. Szejnmann, eds, A Companion to Nazi Germany. European History Quarterly 49.1 (January 2019): 108-110. First page.

Stoltzfus, Nathan. [Review of] Becoming Hitler: The Making of a Nazi, by Thomas Weber. The Journal of Modern History 91.2 (June 2019): 474-476. First page. Third page.

Strebel, Michael A. [Review of] Close to Home: Local Ties and Voting Radical Right in Europe, by Jennifer Fitzgerald. Swiss Political Science Review, First published: 31 January 2019. First page.

Strenski, Ivan. [Review of] Apocalypse, Revolution and Terrorism: From the Sicari to the American Revolt against the Modern World, by Jeffrey Kaplan. Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 19 Sept. 2019.  First page.

Subacchi, Paola. [Review of] The populist temptation: economic grievance and political reaction in the modern era, by Barry Eichengreen. International Affairs 95.3 (May 2019): 726-727. Abstract.

Sullivan, Daniel. “Book review: Critical Theory and Authoritarian Populism, edited by Jeremiah Morelock.” tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique 17.1 (2019): 101-110. Full text.

Tanguay, A. Brian. [Review of] J.P. Lewis and Joanna Everitt (eds), The Blueprint: Conservative Parties and Their Impact on Canadian Politics. Party Politics, First Published June 13, 2019

Taranto, Stacie. [Review of] Elizabeth Gillespie McRae, Mothers of Massive Resistance: White Women and the Politics of White SupremacyThe American Historical Review 124.1 (February 2019): 289-290. Abstract.

Tartakoff, Laura Ymayo. [Review of] William A. Galston, Anti-Pluralism: The Populist Threat to Liberal Democracy. Society, First Online: 24 June 2019. Abstract.

Tensley, Brandon. “Never Past: On ‘The Fourth Reich: The Specter of Nazism from World War II to the Present.'” Review of The Fourth Reich: The Specter of Nazism from World War II to the Present, by Gavriel D. Rosenfeld. Los Angeles Review of Books, April 2, 2019. Full text.

Terry, Brandon M.  “Clarence Thomas and the End(s) of Black Nationalism.”  Review of The Enigma of Clarence Thomas, by Corey Robin.  Political Theory, First Published October 16, 2019.  First page.

Thompson, Fred. [Review of] Nancy MacLean, Democracy in Chains: The Deep History of the Radical Right’s Stealth Plan for America. Society, First Online: 1 July 2019. Abstract.

Thomsen, Line Hassall. [Review of] Reece Peck, Fox populism: Branding conservatism as working class. Journalism 20.7 (July 2019): 981-982

Trilling, Daniel. “‘I’m not racist, but …'” Reviews of Whiteshift: Populism, Immigration and the Future of White Majorities, by Eric Kaufman, and National Populism: The Revolt against Liberal Democracy, by Roger Eatwell and Matthew Goodwin. London Review of Books 41.8 (18 April 2019): 19-22. Full text.

Usherwood, Simon. [Review of] Brexit and British Politics, by Geoffrey Evans and Anand Menon. Political Studies Review, First Published April 26, 2019

Valencia-García, Louie Dean. “Locating Dictatorship in the Anthropocene: Historiographic Trends in the History of Science and Technology and the Study of European Authoritarianism.” Review article on four books, including Tiago Saraiva, Fascist Pigs: Technoscientific Organisms and the History of Fascism. Contemporary European History 28.1 (February 2019): 120-130. Full text.

Villis, Tom. [Review of] Bernhard Dietz, Neo-Tories: The Revolt of British Conservatives against Democracy and Political Modernity (1929-1939). Journal of British Studies 58.2 (April 2019): 453-454. First page. Second page.

Waite, Mike.  “Nodding to keep people talking …” Review of Researching Far-Right Movements: Ethics, Methodologies, and Qualitative Inquiries. Edited by Emanuele Toscano.  Process North, October 2019.  Full text.

Waite, Mike. “When ‘extremists’ come to your city … ” Review of William Allchorn, Anti-Islamic Protest in the UK: policy responses to the far-right. Process North (January 2019). Full text.

Welsh, Jennifer M. [Review of] How Democracies Die, by Steven Levitsky and Daniel Ziblatt. International Journal: Canada’s Journal of Global Policy Analysis 74.2 (June 2019): 324-326. First page.

Weyland, Kurt. Review essay on Radical Right-Wing Populist Parties in Western Europe: Into the Mainstream?, Edited by Tjitske Akkerman, Sarah L. de Lange, and Matthijs Rooduijn, and After Europe, by Ivan Krastev. Populism 2.1 (May 2019): 97-101. First two pages.

Williams, Katherine. “Book Review | Gender and the Radical and Extreme Right: Mechanisms of Transmission and the Role of Educational Interventions edited by Cynthia Miller-Idriss and Hilary Pilkington.” Democratic Audit UK, 11 May 2019. Full text.

Williams, Katherine.  “Book Review: The Far Right Today by Cas Mudde.”  LSE Review of Books blog, October 14, 2019.  Full text.

Wood, Amy Louise. [Review of] Blood and Faith: Christianity in American White Nationalism, by Damon T. Berry. Journal of American History 105.4 (March 2019): 1070-1071. Abstract.

Wood, Michael J. “Populist Conspiracies against the People?” Review of Conspiracy & Populism: The Politics of Misinformation, by Eirikur Bergmann. The Political Quarterly, First published: 12 July 2019

Worley, Matthew. [Review of] Colin Jordan and Britain’s Neo-Nazi Movement: Hitler’s Echo, by Paul Jackson. Twentieth Century British History 30.1 (March 2019): 141-142. Abstract.

Ziblatt, Daniel. Response to Seva Gunitsky’s review of Conservative Parties and the Birth of Democracy. Perspectives on Politics 17.2 (June 2019): 494-495. Full text and here.

Zimmerman, Michael E. [Review of] Ronald Beiner, Dangerous Minds: Nietzsche, Heidegger, and the Return of the Far RightThe Review of Politics 81.4 (Fall 2019): 709-711.  Full text and here and here and here.

Zúquete, José Pedro. [Review of] Nadia Marzouki, Duncan McDonnell, and Olivier Roy (eds), Saving the People: How Populists Hijack Religion. Party Politics, First Published April 9, 2019


Bacon, Redmond. “Skin (2018) Review | Berlinale 2019.” Cultured Vultures, February 12, 2019. A review of Skin, directed by Guy Nattiv. Full text.

Cunningham, David. [Review of] BlacKkKlansman. Dir. by Spike Lee. Blumhouse Productions, 40 Acres and a Mule Filmworks, and Focus Features, 2018. Journal of American History 106.1 (June 2019): 270-272. Abstract.

Deutsch, James I. [Review of] The Eugenics Crusade. Dir. by Michelle Ferrari. 42nd Parallel Films Production for The American Experience, 2018. Journal of American History 106.1 (June 2019): 284-285. Abstract.

Harvey, Dennis. “Sundance Film Review: ‘Stieg Larsson: The Man Who Played With Fire.'” Variety, February 8, 2019. Full text.

“Israel and ‘Leaving Extremism’ in annual German film fest.” J. – The Jewish News of Northern California, March 5, 2019. In part, on “Exit: Leaving Extremism Behind,” directed by Karen Winther. Full text.

Koehler, Sezín. “Sundance 2019 Review: ‘Stieg Larsson: The Man Who Played with Fire.'” Black Girl Nerds, January 28, 2019. Full text.

Ladd-Taylor, Molly.  [Review of] Stephanie Welch, director. A Dangerous Idea: Eugenics, Genetics and the American Dream. Reading, Pa.: Bullfrog Films, 2018. 106 min. The American Historical Review 124.1 (February 2019): 172-173. Abstract.

Lew-Williams, Beth. [Review of] Ric Burns and Li-Shin Yu, directors. The Chinese Exclusion Act. New York: Steeplechase Films, 2017. DVD, 163 min. The American Historical Review 124.1 (February 2019): 178-180. Abstract.

Malik, Kenan. “The Spirit of Eugenics Is Still with Us, as Immigrants Know to Their Cost.” The Guardian, 6 Oct. 2019.  A review of Eugenics: Science’s Greatest Scandal, a two-part BBC documentary by Angela Saini and Adam Pearson.  Mentions birth control; David Cameron’s “troubled families” programme; demographic arguments against immigration; “designer babies”; forced sterilisation; Francis Galton (English polymath who coined the term “eugenics”); the Holocaust; immigration controls; intelligence tests; Nazi death camps; the population control movement; state-sponsored selective breeding programmes; sterilisation programmes; town planning; and Albert Edward Wiggam.  Full text.

Powell, Zachary Michael. “The Form of the White Ethno-State: Dunkirk (2017) Omits Indian Soldiers for White Vulnerable Bodies.” New Perspectives on the War Film, edited by Clémentine Tholas, Janis L. Goldie, and Karen A. Ritzenhoff.  Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019. 265-292. Chapter Abstract, Works Cited, and Films.

Socolow, Michael J. [Review of] Divide and Conquer: The Story of Roger Ailes. Dir. and prod. by Alexis Bloom. Baird Films, A&E IndieFilms, and Impact Partners, 2018. Journal of American History 106.1 (June 2019): 282-284. Abstract.

Turner, Justin. “Film Review: Spike Lee (dir.), BlacKkKlansman.” Crime, Media, Culture: An International Journal, First Published February 14, 2019. First page.


Brean, Joseph. “Dirty Hands: Scholar calls for solidarity with neo-Nazis in the new ‘immoral anthropology.'” An interview with Benjamin Teitelbaum., June 27, 2019. Full text.

Briggs, Billy. “On the prowl: Terrorism expert on how rising political tension will encourage lone wolf attacks.” Sunday Post, June 17, 2019. An interview with Matthew Feldman on “lone-wolf” attacks as the currently preferred modus operandi of attack for extreme right-wing people engaged in political violence. Full text and here.

Brzuszkiewicz, Sara. “A Conversation with Dr. Jacob Aasland Ravndal.” European Eye on Radicalization, 9 April 2019. Full text.

Brzuszkiewicz, Sara. “An Interview with Daniel Koehler, German Institute on Radicalization and De-Radicalization Studies.” European Eye on Radicalization, January 2, 2019. Full text.

Charlton, Lauretta. “What Is the Great Replacement?” The New York Times, Aug. 6, 2019. An interview with Thomas Chatterton Williams. Mentions the alt-right; American Renaissance (right-wing website); Arktos (right-wing website); Steve Bannon (President Trump’s former chief strategist); “The Camp of the Saints” (Jean Raspail’s novel fantasizing about the destruction of Western civilization by means of a mass migration from India); Renaud Camus (founder of the great replacement theory); Counter-Currents (right-wing website); Patrick Crusius (suspected El Paso gunman); “le grand remplacement” (Renaud Camus’s theory); the “great replacement” (a conspiracy theory that warns of white genocide; cited in Patrick Crusius’s anti-immigrant manifesto); identitarians; the Northwest Territorial Imperative (or Northwest Imperative) (the proposed white ethno-state); Enoch Powell (the right-wing British politician); “race mixing” as “destroying genetic diversity”; Jean Raspail (author of “The Camp of the Saints”); “reverse colonization” (an earlier term for population replacement); Richard Spencer; Telos (right-wing website); Donald Trump; “The Turner Diaries” (a novel fantasizing about a white ethno-state); Unite the White rally (Charlottesville, Va., 2017); Western civilization; white ethno-state (the idea of an Aryan homeland); “white genocide”; white supremacists; and “You will not replace us” (the rallying cry of the white nationalists at the Unite the White rally). Full text.

Chotiner, Isaac. “Looking at Anti-Semitism on the Left and the Right: An Interview with Deborah E. Lipstadt.” The New Yorker, January 24, 2019. Full text.

DeVega, Chauncey.  “He sounded the alarm on “Hateland”: Daryl Johnson warned us about right-wing terror in 2009.”, August 12, 2019.  An interview with Daryl Johnson, who wrote the report “Right-Wing Extremism” (Office of Intelligence and Analysis, Department of Homeland Security, 2009) and the new book Hateland: A Long, Hard Look at America’s Extremist HeartFull text.

Illing, Sean. “White identity politics is about more than racism.” An interview with Ashley Jardina, author of White Identity Politics. Vox, Apr. 26, 2019. Full text.

Lipscombe-Southwell, Alice. “Race science: Angela Saini on the creeping resurgence of racism in science.” BBC Science Focus Magazine, 24 May 2019. An interview with Angela Saini, author of Superior: The Return Of Race Science. Full text.

Martinez, Monica Muñoz. “Public Thinker: Kathleen Belew on the Rise of ‘White Power.'” An interview with Kathleen Belew, author of Bring the War Home: The White Power Movement and Paramilitary America. Public Books, April 19, 2019. Full text.

Manucci, Luca. “Interview #31 – The Contagious Effect of the Radical Right.” POP – Political Observatory on Populism, February 21, 2019. An interview with Tarik Abou-Chadi. Full text.

Rubin, Jennifer. “A guide to the ugly ideology we’re up against, and how politicians like Trump spread it.” An interview with Cynthia Miller-Idriss. The Washington Post, August 12, 2019. Full text.

Souvlis, George. “Marxism, the Far-Right and the Antinomies of Liberalism: An interview with Enzo Traverso.” Verso Books Blog, 5 April 2019. Full text.

“3 Questions: A Q&A with John E. Finn.” Interview with John E. Finn, author of Fracturing the Founding: How the Alt-Right Corrupts the Constitution. Rowman & Littlefield 3 Questions series, March 19, 2019. Full text and here.

Wilson, Jason. “‘We’ve dug ourselves a really deep hole’ – David Neiwert on the rise of the far right.” An interview with David Neiwert, author of Alt-America. The Guardian, 27 Jan. 2019. Mentions the John Birch Society (conspiracy-minded, anti-communist group); Malheur National Wildlife Refuge occupation in Oregon; Timothy McVeigh (bomber of a federal building in Oklahoma City in 1996); militia movement; Patriot Movement (umbrella term for far-right nationalist, anti-government, anti-environmental, pro-gun, and often survivalist groups); Sagebrush Rebellion (group of ranchers and farmers demanding that the federal government cede control over public lands); survivalist movement; the Three Percenters (group opposing gun restrictions); and the Unite the White Rally (Charlottesville, Virginia, 2017). Full text.

Zhuralyova, Sonia. “Deborah Lipstadt on antisemitism: ‘I didn’t want to write this book.'”  An interview with Deborah E. Lipstadt, author of Antisemitism, Here and Now. The Jewish Chronicle, January 24, 2019. Full text.


Allen, Chris, and Ilda Cuko. “Turning Point UK: new conservative youth group doesn’t fit traditional understandings of the ‘far right.'” The Conversation, February 14, 2019. Full text and here.

Angelos, James. “The New German Anti-Semitism.” The New York Times Sunday Magazine, May 21, 2019. Mentions Alternative for Germany (A.f.D.) (reactionary, anti-Islam, far-right German party); Alexander Gauland (one of the A.f.D.’s leaders); “Jews in the A.f.D.” (J.A.f.D.) (group of Jewish A.f.D. supporters); Marine Le Pen (National Front leader); Jörg Meuthen (a leading A.f.D. politician); “Muslim anti-Semitism”; relativizing of Nazi crimes; “secondary anti-Semitism” (German antipathy toward Jews for reminding them of their guilt for the Holocaust); and Beatrix von Storch (an A.f.D. parliamentarian). Full text.

Ayed, Nahlah. “For far-right populists, EU election a battle to ‘save Europe.'” CBC News, May 16, 2019. Full text.

Banks, Martin. “UK counter terrorist experts say far-right extremism is an emerging security threat.” New Europe, March 27, 2019. Full text.

Barrett, Devlin. “Arrests in domestic terror probes outpace those inspired by Islamic extremists.” The Washington Post, March 9, 2019. Full text.

Boffey, Daniel. “Danish far-right party calling for Muslim deportation to stand in election.” The Guardian, 5 May 2019. On Stram Kurs, or Hard Line party, led by Rasmus Paludan. Full text.

Boutilier, Alex. “Researchers to probe Canada’s evolving far-right movements.” Toronto Star, March 6, 2019. Full text.

Busby, Eleanor. “Far-right activity at universities rising as more young people deny Holocaust, experts warn.” The Independent, 27 January 2019. On the increasing prevalence of Holocaust denial leaflets and posters, as well as swastika graffiti, on campuses across the UK in recent years. Full text.

Carranco, Shannon, and Jon Milton. “Canada’s new far right: A trove of private chat room messages reveals an extremist subculture.” The Globe and Mail, April 27, 2019. Mentions Andrew Anglin (the creator of The Daily Stormer); the alt-right; Atomwaffen Division (neo-Nazi group that has been classified as a terrorist organization in the United States); Maxime Bernier (Canadian libertarian politician and leader of the People’s Party of Canada); Blood & Honour (a neo-Nazi group with a history of violence); the Canadian Super Players (Canadian right-wing extremist chat group); Canadian white ethnostate; the Christchurch mosque attack; the Conservative Party of Canada; “cuck” (alt-right slur for men deemed to lack backbone); The Daily Stormer (the largest neo-Nazi website in the world); Discord (an app meant for gamers that is also popular with the far right); James Alex Fields Jr. (Killer of Heather Heyer); Fireforce Ventures (an online store that sold coded white-supremacist symbols in the form of military-surplus gear); 1488 (term referring to “the 14 words” and to the HH of Heil Hitler, H being the eighth letter of the alphabet); “the 14 words” (a far-right phrase coined by David Lane calling for the protection of the ostensibly threatened future of the white race); Paul Fromm (Canadian neo-Nazi); Faith Goldy (Canadian media commentator and former Toronto mayoral candidate); Kevin Goudreau (Canadian white-nationalist campaigner); ID Canada (formerly Generation Identity) (white-nationalist group); the Jewish Defence League; David Lane (American white supremacist and member of The Order); “Leafensraum” (Canadian Super Players gathering, July 2017); La Meute; Northern Order (Canadian group affiliated with the Atomwaffen Division); The Order (American terrorist group); the Overton window (a term used to describe the ever-changing limits of what is considered acceptable public debate); the People’s Party of Canada; Jordan Peterson (University of Toronto psychology professor); Pittsburgh synagogue attack; the Proud Boys; the Quebec City mosque shooting (January 2017); RaHoWa (the Racial Holy War) (the day when whites would rise up and take back what was, in their view, rightfully theirs from non-whites and feminists in Canada); Dylann Roof (killer of nine black people at a South Carolina church in 2015); Andrew Scheer (Conservative Party leader); Donald Trump; Unite the Right rally (white-supremacist rally, Charlottesville, Va., August 2017); United We Roll rally; Athan Zafirov (Canadian Super Players member and the co-organizer of Leafensraum); and Zeiger (Gabriel Sohier Chaput) (Canadian neo-Nazi). Full text.

Chrisafis, Angelique, Kate Connolly, and Angela Giuffrida. “From Le Pen to Alice Weidel: how the European far-right set its sights on women.” The Guardian, 29 Jan. 2019. On women in leadership roles in rightwing, populist European parties, such as Alice Weidel, of the Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) party; Giorgia Meloni, of the Brothers of Italy; Marine Le Pen of the National Rally (formerly Front National); Pia Kjærsgaard, co-founder of the anti-immigration Danish People’s party; and Siv Jensen, leader of Norway’s anti-immigration Progress party. Full text.

Cohen, Marshall. “FBI director says white supremacy is a ‘persistent, pervasive threat’ to the US.” CNNPolitics, April 4, 2019. Full text.

Colborne, Michael. “Inside the Extremist Group That Dreams of Ruling Ukraine.” Haaretz, Feb. 23, 2019. On the Azov movement. Full text.

Croucher, Shane. “‘Enough With Right-wing Extremism’: Steve Bannon’s Favorite Italian Nationalists Lega Nord Called out by Populist Coalition Partner.” Newsweek, May 16, 2019. On Luigi Di Maio, the leader of Italy’s populist Five Star Movement, calling out his coalition government partner Lega Nord, led by the hardline nationalist Matteo Salvini, for its far-right stance. Full text.

Davenport, Justin. “Far right ‘recruiting vulnerable children at primary school age,’ warns top counter terror officer.” London Evening Standard, 23 January 2019. On the neo-Nazi group National Action as a “prime example” of extremists targeting young children via online propaganda. Full text.

Davidson, Joe. “Domestic terrorism story renews fears over Trump’s coddling of white nationalists.” The Washington Post, April 5, 2019. Full text.

de Carbonnel, Alissa, and Giulia Paravicini. “EU elections: Europe’s far-right leaders strive to unite ahead of May poll.” The Independent, April 7, 2019. Mentions Santiago Abascal (Vox leader); Jimmie Åkesson (Sweden Democrat leader); Alternative for Germany (AfD) (German far-right party); Steve Bannon (Donald Trump’s former strategist); Thierry Baudet (FvD leader); European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR) group; eurosceptic nationalistm; Forum for Democracy (FvD) (Dutch far-right party); Freedom Party (Austrian far-right party); Jaroslaw Kaczynski (PiS leader); Marine Le Pen (leader of the National Rally); Law and Justice party (PiS) (Polish far-right party); League party (Italian anti-immigrant far-right party); National Rally (French far-right party); Viktor Orbán (Hungarian Prime Minister); Frauke Petry; Vladimir Putin (Russian President); Matteo Salvini (Italian Deputy Prime Minister and the leader of the League party); Heinz-Christian Strache (leader of the Freedom Party); Sweden Democrats (Swedish far-right party); Donald Trump; Harald Vilimsky; Vox (Spanish far-right party); and Geert Wilders. Full text.

de Quetteville, Harry. “Vox will ‘make Spain great again’ as part of next government, far-Right party insists.” The Telegraph, 29 March 2019. Mentions Santiago Abascal (Vox leader); Steve Bannon (former Trump political advisor); Rafael Bardaji (key figure in Vox and a friend of Steven Bannon); the Citizens (Spanish right-wing party); Ivan Espinosa de los Monteros; the People’s Party (PP) (Spanish right-of-centre party); “reconquista” (the centuries-long battle between Christian and Muslim armies for control of Iberia); and Vox (a Spanish far-right party). Full text.

De Simone, Daniel. “Teen Neo-Nazis Jailed over Terror Offences.” BBC News, 18 June 2019. Mentions Atomwaffen Division (American extreme right-wing group); Anders Breivik (Norwegian mass murderer); Oskar Dunn-Koczorowski (member of Sonnenkrieg Division); Gab (social media site); James Mason (American neo-Nazi); National Action (now-banned terrorist group); “race traitor”; Siege (book by James Mason which inspired Sonnenkrieg Division and Atomwaffen Division); Sonnenkrieg Division (British neo-Nazi group); and Michal Szewczuk (member of Sonnenkrieg Division). Full text.

Deacon, Thomas. “Far-right radio station featuring readings from Hitler thought to be based in Wales.” Wales Online, 7 July 2019. On Radio Aryan, an online neo-Nazi radio station, and Sven Longshanks. Mentions David Duke (a prominent white supremacist and former ‘grand wizard’ of the Ku Klux Klan); Hitler’s Mein Kampf; and Darren Osborne (London mosque attacker and convicted murderer). Full text.

Dearden, Lizzie. “British far-right extremists being funded by international networks, report reveals.” The Independent, 31 May 2019. Mentions Blood and Honour (neo-Nazi music network); the Finsbury Park attacker; Generation Identity (pan-European white nationalist group); Ezra Levant (founder of the Rebel); the Middle East Forum (MEF) (a Philadelphia-based think tank); National Action (neo-Nazi terrorist group); the New Zealand terror attacker; Rebel Media (Canadian website); Tommy Robinson (Stephen Yaxley-Lennon); Robert Shillman (US tech billionaire); and the Telegram channel. Full text.

Dearden, Lizzie. “How crowdfunding helps far-right extremism spread round the world.” The Independent, 31 May 2019. Mentions the British National Party (British far right political group); Christchurch terror attack; the English Defence League (violent British far right group); Finsbury Park terror attack; the National Front (British far right political group); Pittsburgh terror attack; Rebel Media (Canadian website); Tommy Robinson (co-founder of the English Defence League and former “correspondent” for Rebel Media); Robert Shillman (US tech billionaire); and Donald Trump Jr. Full text.

Dearden, Lizzie. “National Action: Factions of neo-Nazi terrorist group active more than two years after government ban.” The Independent, 27 April 2019. Mentions Combat 18 (neo-Nazi group); Finsbury Park attack (2017); Christopher Lythgoe (National Action leader after the 2016 ban); the murder of Jo Cox; National Action (far-right group founded by two students in 2013; proscribed as a terrorist organisation in December 2016); NS131 (far-right group proscribed after media reports of its links to National Action); Jack Renshaw (National Action member who plotted to behead a Labour MP); Scottish Dawn (far-right group proscribed after media reports of its links to National Action); the Scottish Nationalist Society (neo-Nazi group and National Action faction); and the System Resistance Network (National Action faction, active in Wales). Full text.

Dearden, Lizzie. “Spies brought in to tackle far-right terror threat in UK, home secretary says.” The Independent, 10 April 2019. On the extension of the remit of the MI5-led Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre (JTAC) “to include assessing the threat posed by extreme right-wing terrorism.” Mentions the banning of neo-Nazi group National Action in 2016; the Christchurch mosque shooter; the murder of Jo Cox by a white supremacist in 2016; Darren Osborne (Finsbury Park van attacker in June 2017); and “reciprocal radicalisation” (“cumulative extremism”) (Islamists and the far-right “feeding each other”). Full text.

Dearden, Lizzie. “Teenage neo-Nazis jailed for inciting terror attacks on Prince Harry and other targets.” The Independent, 18 June 2019. Mentions Atomwaffen Division (American paramilitary neo-Nazi group); Anders Breivik (Norwegian terrorist who massacred 77 people in 2011); Oskar Dunn-Koczorowski (member of Sonnenkrieg Division); Gab (social network and a haven for the international far right); Iron March (fascist forum); James Mason (American neo-Nazi); multiculturalism; National Action (banned neo-Nazi terrorist group); Nazi “black sun” symbol; “race mixing”; “race traitor”; “race war”; Sonnenkrieg Division (the “third generation” of National Action); swastikas; the System Resistance Network (SRN) (neo-Nazi group; the “second generation” of National Action); Michal Szewczuk (member of Sonnenkrieg Division); and White Resistance Manual (terrorist document). Full text.

Dearden, Lizzie. “The former neo-Nazis and Islamists fighting extremism in the UK.” The Independent, 1 January 2019. In part, on Nigel Bromage, a former member of the neo-Nazi group Combat 18. Full text.

Dettmer, Jamie. “European Security Chiefs Alarmed at Threat From Far-Right Terrorism.” VOA News (Voice of America), May 3, 2019. Full text.

Devereux, Charlie. “Spanish Right Risks Sliding Toward Extremism, PM Sanchez Says.” Bloomberg, February 16, 2019. On The People’s Party, Ciudadanos and Vox, who reached an agreement last month to form a government in Andalusia. Full text.

Di Santo, Daniel. “Far-Right Party Enters Spain’s Parliament.” The Trumpet, May 2, 2019. On Vox, the Spanish far-right party. Full text.

Dimitrov, Martin. “Bulgaria Far-Rightists to Host European Neo-Nazis in Sofia.” Balkan Insight, April 15, 2019. On the “Together for a Europe of Fatherlands” conference. Mentions Bulgarian National Union (BNS) (Bulgarian right-wing body); Celtic cross (an appropriated neo-Nazi symbol used on the Les Nationalistes and Legio Hungaria flags); Legio Hungaria (Hungarian far-right group); Lukovmarch (annual march in Sofia commemorating General Hristo Nikolov Lukov); Narodni a Socialni Fronta (Czech Republic far-right group); Les Nationalistes (French far-right group); Die Rechte (German far-right group); and Szturmowcy (Polish far-right group). Full text.

Drury, Colin. “‘Straight Pride’ organisers revealed to have links to far-right and white nationalist groups.” The Independent, 9 June 2019. Mentions Chris Bartley (an organiser of Super Happy Fun America and associated with Resist Marxism); Free Speech Rally (Boston right-wing rally); John Hugo (an organiser of Super Happy Fun America); Patriot Prayer (far-right group); Proud Boys (far-right group); Rally for the Republic (Boston right-wing rally); Resist Marxism group (an unofficial meeting hub for nationalists and white supremacists); Mark Sahady (an organiser of Super Happy Fun America, Free Speech Rally, and Rally for the Republic, and associated with Resist Marxism); Super Happy Fun America (organisers of a “Straight Pride” rally proposed for Boston, Massachusetts); and the Unite the Right march in Virginia in August 2017. Full text.

Dwoskin, Elizabeth, and Craig Timberg. “Facebook bans extremist leaders including Louis Farrakhan, Alex Jones, Milo Yiannopoulos for being ‘dangerous.'” The Washington Post, May 2, 2019. Full text.

“Facebook bans UK far right groups and leaders.” BBC News, 18 April 2019. The ban includes the British National Party and its ex-leader Nick Griffin; Britain First, its leader Paul Golding and former deputy leader Jayda Fransen; English Defence League and its founding member Paul Ray; Knights Templar International and its promoter Jim Dowson; National Front and its leader Tony Martin; and Jack Renshaw, a neo-Nazi who plotted to murder a Labour MP. Full text.

Farivar, Masood. “US White Nationalists Barred by Facebook Find Haven on Russia Site.” VOA News, April 10, 2019. Mentions Burt Colucci (Schoep’s chief of staff); Gab (a “free speech” Twitter clone and and an alternative. for white nationalists banned from Twitter); Matthew Heimbach (a veteran of the neo-Nazi movement); Identity Dixie (a neo-Confederate group); the Ku Klux Klan; League of the South (white nationalist group); National Socialist Movement (one of the largest neo-Nazi groups in the United States); Michael Peinovich (a prominent white nationalist and conspiracy theorist); Jason Robb (general counsel of the KKK); Jeff Schoep (self-styled commander of the National Socialist Movement); the Unite the White Rally (Charlottesville, Virginia, 2017); Vkontakte (VK) (Russian social media platform and Russia’s version of Facebook, and an alternative. for white nationalists banned from Facebook). Full text.

“Far-right Dutch group training members at combat camps.” The New Arab, 9 April 2019. Mentions the Christchurch mosque shooter; “Defend Europe” (GI operations in the Alps and the Mediterranean to stop the flow of refugees and prevent their rescue by NGO’s); Europe’s “ethno-cultural identity”; Generation Identity (GI) (a pan-European white nationalist movement); the “Great Replacement” (perceived threats to Europe’s indigenous population and its “ethno-cultural identity” arising from low birth rates and immigration); Identitair Verzet (the Dutch branch of so-called Generation Identity); the Islamisation of Europe; Tommy Robinson London rally; and Martin Sellner (leader of the Austrian Generation Identity movement). Full text.

Fortuna, Gerardo. “Far-right wants to be involved in next Parliament’s power-sharing.”, June 14, 2019. On the new nationalist political group Identity and Democracy (ID), composed of Italy’s Lega, French Rassemblement National, Germany’s Alternative für Deutschland (AfD), the Freedom Party of Austria (FPÖ), Danish People’s Party (DF), Belgium’s Vlaams Belang (VB), Dutch Party for Freedom (PVV), the Finns party, and one other party. Full text.

Garg, Kanika. “Nancy Maclean on her book, ‘Democracy in Chains.'” Purdue Exponent, Jan. 9, 2019. Quoting from Nancy MacLean’s lecture at Purdue, Jan. 7, 2019. Full text.

Giordano, Chiara. “Growing threat from far right as white extremists form largest proportion of terror arrests seen in 15 years.” The Independent, 14 June 2019. Full text.

Giordano, Chiara. “Roma families moved from Italian housing project after violent neo-fascist protests.” The Independent, 4 April 2019. Mentions Casa Pound (Italian neo-fascist group); Forza Nuova (Italian neo-fascist group); Hitler; and Matteo Salvini (Italian Interior minister). Full text.

Griffin, Andrew. “Facebook bans EDL, Britain First and BNP from social network.” The Independent, 18 April 2019. Full text.

Hall, Sam. “Ukip candidates urge followers to switch to far-right social network Gab.” The Guardian, 11 May 2019. Full text.

“Hate makes a comeback in the Pacific Northwest.” Los Angeles Times, May 25, 2019. Mentions ACT for America; America’s Promise Ministries; Aryan Nations (neo-Nazi group based near Hayden Lake, Idaho, starting in the 1970s, and eventually bankrupted); Identity Evropa; Brittany Pettibone (self-described “American Nationalist”); “Pizzagate” (hoax that Hillary Clinton and other high-profile Democrats were involved in satanic rituals and child sex trafficking tied to a Washington, D.C., pizza restaurant); Proud Boys; Martin Sellner (leading figure in the extremist “identitarian” movement); and the suspected New Zealand mosque gunman. Full text.

Holt, Jared. “Infowars is Working to Sanitize the White Nationalist Group Formerly Known as Identity Evropa.” Right Wing Watch, April 24, 2019. Full text.

Holt, Jared. “Right-wing publications launder an anti-journalist smear campaign.” Columbia Journalism Review, June 12, 2019. On the lack of data visualization literacy among fringe and conservative media outlets. Full text.

Hosenball, Mark. “FBI increases focus on domestic terrorism threat: official.” Reuters, May 23, 2019. Full text.

“Islamophobia definition… denied.” HOPE not hate, 17 May 2019. Full text.

Jacobson, Seth. “Far-right terrorism threat is growing, say MI5 and police chiefs.” The Guardian, 29 Mar. 2019. Full text.

Jones, Sam. “Spanish parties enlist support of far-right Vox to control Madrid.” The Guardian, 15 June 2019. On the move by the conservative People’s party (PP) and the centre-right Citizens party to enlist the support of the far-right Vox party to take control of Madrid’s city council. Full text.

Kennedy, Dominic, and Francis Elliott. “May set to reject new definition of Islamophobia.” The Times, May 16 2019. “Calls to abandon the reform, under which hostility to Islam would be treated as a form of racism, were led by Sara Khan, the anti-extremism tsar, and Neil Basu, head of counterterrorism policing.” Excerpt.

Kilgore, Ed. “Political Cult Leader Lyndon LaRouche Dies at 96.” New York Magazine Intelligencer, Feb. 13, 2019. Full text.

Kingsley, Patrick. “New Zealand Massacre Highlights Global Reach of White Extremism.” The New York Times, March 15, 2019. Full text.

Lamoureux, Mack. “Fascist Forge, the Online Neo-Nazi Recruitment Forum, Is Down.” VICE, Feb. 15, 2019. Full text.

Lapowsky, Issie. “Far-Right Propaganda Floods Facebook Ahead of EU Elections.” Wired, May 22, 2019. Full text.

Lewis, Paul, Sarah Boseley, and Pamela Duncan. “Revealed: populists far more likely to believe in conspiracy theories.” The Guardian, 1 May 2019. A summary of survey findings which suggest a correlation between having limited faith in scientific experts and representative democracy and believing in conspiracy theories. Discussed are conspiracy theories about vaccinations as having harmful effects that are hidden from the public, fact-based journalism as “fake news,” manmade global warming as a hoax, the 9/11 terrorist attacks as knowingly facilitated by the US government, a secret group of people who rule the world, AIDS as invented by the CIA, alien contact as deliberately hidden from the public, and the official account of the Holocaust as exaggerated. Full text.

Lorenz, Taylor. “Instagram and Facebook Ban Far-Right Extremists.” The Atlantic, May 2, 2019. Full text.

Marsh, Sarah, Aamna Mohdin, and Niamh McIntyre. “Homophobic and transphobic hate crimes surge in England and Wales.”  The Guardian, 14 June 2019. Full text.

Mathias, Christopher. “Exposed: Military Investigating 4 More Servicemen For Ties To White Nationalist Group.” HuffPost, April 27, 2019. On Identity Evropa, a white nationalist group recently rebranded as the American Identity Movement. Mentions Curtis Allen (participant in a bomb plot targeting Muslims in Kansas); Andrew Anglin (the fugitive neo-Nazi behind the website The Daily Stormer); The Atomwaffen Division (a murderous neo-Nazi group); “The Crusaders” (anti-Muslim militia group); The Daily Stormer (neo-Nazi website which advocates gassing Jews); Nathan Damigo (founder of Identity Evropa); Discord (messaging platform used by many white nationalist groups); David Duke (former Ku Klux Klan leader); Christopher Hasson (alleged stockpiler of firearms and compiler of a hitlist of leftists and media figures); Reinhard Heydrich (a high-ranking Nazi figure during World War II and a main architect of the Holocaust); Adolf Hitler; Timothy McVeigh (Oklahoma City bomber, 1995); Brandon Russell (a leader of The Atomwaffen Division); Steam (a video game app frequently used by white supremacists to communicate with each other); Stormfront (neo-Nazi message board); Unite the White rally (violent and deadly 2017 white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia); and “white homeland.” Full text.

McAuley, James. “New Zealand suspect inspired by French writer who fears ‘replacement’ by immigrants.” The Washington Post, March 15, 2019. On Brenton Tarrant, the white supremacist suspect in the Christchurch mosque shootings. Mentions Renaud Camus (French right-wing polemicist); “demographic colonization”; the “great replacement” (the “theory” that Europe’s white majority is being replaced by nonwhite North African and sub-Saharan African immigrants, many of whom are Muslim); The Great Replacement (2012 book by Renaud Camus); “The Great Replacement” (Tarrant’s manifesto); Jean-Marie Le Pen (convicted Holocaust denier); Marion Maréchal (granddaughter of Jean-Marie Le Pen); Les Républicains (France’s mainstream conservative party); “Unite the Right” rally (Charlottesville, August 2017); Laurent Wauquiez (leader of Les Républicains); and You Will Not Replace US! (2018 book by Renaud Camus). Full text.

McNulty, Tim. “Rise of the Right: How the rhetoric of Vox risks normalising violence.” Olive Press, 14 Apr. 2019. Full text.

Mekhennet, Souad, and Rick Noack. “Austria’s political crisis refocuses attention on the far right’s ties to Russia.” The Washington Post, May 21, 2019. Full text.

Michels, Josué. “Anti-Semitism in Germany Becoming More Violent.” The Trumpet, April 25, 2019. Full text.

“More Links Between Generation Identity and Christchurch Mosque Killer Emerge.” HOPE not hate, 15 May 2019. On emails exchanged between the Christchurch attacker and Martin Sellner, the de facto spokesperson for Generation Identity and co-leader of the Austrian branch. Full text.

“Nazi badge found at home of far-right terror suspect.” Jewish News, March 26, 2019. Mentions Buchenwald (a Nazi concentration camp); Alice Cutter (suspected National Action member); Deutsches Frauenwerk (the Nazi association for women); Garry Jack (suspected National Action member); Mark Jones (suspected National Action member); National Action (UK neo-Nazi group, banned in December 2016); and Connor Scothern (suspected National Action member). Full text.

O’Brien, Luke. “Who Gave Neo-Nazi Publisher Andrew Anglin A Large Bitcoin Donation After Charlottesville?” HuffPost, June 12, 2019. Mentions Andrew Anglin (neo-Nazi publisher of the Daily Stormer); the Daily Stormer (the world’s largest neo-Nazi publication); James Jackson (a white supremacist and domestic terrorist); Vladimir Putin; Donald Trump; and the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in 2017. Full text.

Parmenter, Tom. “‘Frenzy of hatred’: The dramatic rise of far-right extremists.” Sky News, 8 January 2019. In part, on airport monitoring under “Schedule 7” legislation. Full text.

Perez, Evan. “FBI has seen significant rise in white supremacist domestic terrorism in recent months.” CNNPolitics, May 23, 2019. Full text.

Philpot, Robert. “UK Jews face ‘perfect storm’ with new wave of far-right extremists, radical left.” The Times of Israel, 31 January 2019.  Mentions British National Party (BNP); British Union of Fascists (BUF) (proscribed prewar pro-Nazi group); Alex Davies (co-founder of National Action and a former member of the BNP); English Defence League (EDL) (virtually defunct anti-Muslim right-wing group); Nigel Farage (Ukip’s former leader); Nick Griffin (BNP leader); David Irving (Holocaust denier); Christopher Lythgoe (National Action leader); Thomas Mair (far-right terrorist and assassination of Labour MP Jo Cox); Oswald Mosley (BUF leader); National Action (proscribed neo-Nazi, Jew-hating, and Holocaust-denying terror group); race war; Ben Raymond (co-founder of National Action); George Soros (subject of anti-Semitic memes and caricatured as a tentacled monster); United Kingdom Independence Party (Ukip) (right-wing party); “white jihad”; white “race traitors”; and Stephen Christopher Yaxley-Lennon, AKA Tommy Robinson (onetime head of the English Defence League and former member of the BNP). Full text.

Powell, Anita. “Right Wing Rises in Rainbow Nation.” VOA News (Voice of America), June 7, 2019. Mentions “genocide” of white farmers in South Africa; “InfoWars” talk show; race war; Simon Roche (spokesman for the Suidlanders); the Suidlanders (far-right white nationalist party that believes that a race war is imminent in South Africa); Eugene Terreblanche (white nationalist figurehead); and the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in 2017. Full text.

Quinn, Ben. “Far-right fundraising not taken seriously by UK, report finds.” The Guardian, 30 May 2019. Mentions Thomas Mair (extreme rightwing terrorist and killer of the Labour MP Jo Cox); National Action (the far right group that was banned in 2016 after it celebrated Jo Cox’s murder); and Tommy Robinson (Stephen Yaxley-Lennon) (anti-Islam activist). Full text.

Quinn, Ben, Jamie Grierson, and Damien Gayle. “Far-right terrorists are one step ahead of you in UK, police told.” The Guardian, 5 Apr. 2019. Mentions Atomwaffen [Nuclear weapons] Division (violent American neo-Nazi group); Anders Breivik; Blood and Honour (white power music scene); BNP; C18 (violent UK neo-Nazi group); English Defence League; Nigel Farage (right-wing figure); Football Lads Alliance; Thomas Mair (Jo Cox’s killer); National Action (NA) (banned UK neo-Nazi group); Jack Renshaw (the white supremacist who planned to kill the Labour MP Rosie Cooper); Tommy Robinson (right-wing figure); Sonnenkrieg (Sun war) Division (violent UK neo-Nazi group); and “white jihad.” Full text.

Rahim, Zamira. “Poway synagogue shooting: Suspect may have referenced ‘cultural Marxism’ in antisemitic document.” The Independent, 28 April 2019. Mentions Suella Braverman (a Conservative MP who has used the phrase “cultural Marxism”); the Bruges Group (anti-EU think tank); “cultural Marxism” (a conspiracy theory that “traditional” society is being undermined by certain politicians, members of the media, academics, and companies); John Earnest (the alleged Chabad of Poway synagogue shooter); Earnest’s manifesto; the Frankfurt school; Antonio Gramsci; Jordan Peterson (a psychologist who has used the phrase “cultural Marxism”); race war conspiracy theories; and the Tree of Life synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh. Full text.

Rankin, Jennifer. “MEPs create biggest far-right group in European parliament.” The Guardian, 13 June 2019. On Identity and Democracy (ID), the biggest far-right group in the European parliament and the fifth largest group overall, led by Marco Zanni, an MEP from Italy’s League party. Full text.

Roig-Franzia, Manuel. “Inside the spectacular fall of the granddaddy of right-wing conspiracy sites.” The Washington Post, April 2, 2019. On WorldNetDaily. Mentions the “birther movement” (the conspiracy theory that President Barack Obama was not born in the United States); Tom Coburn (former Republican senator); James Dobson (evangelical Christian leader); Joseph Farah (founder of WorldNetDaily and the Western Journalism Center); Devin Nunes (House Intelligence Committee chairman); and Phyllis Schlafly (anti-feminist author). Full text.

Schecter, Anna. “The feds need to up their game against domestic extremists, critics say.” NBC News, May 15, 2019. Full text.

Schiano, Chris. “‘Americans of European Heritage Exclusively’: Identity Evropa Front Group Meetings Leaked.” Unicorn Riot, April 27, 2019. Mentions James Allsup (racist YouTuber closely tied to Identity Evropa); The American Identity Movement (AmIM) (formerly Identity Evropa) (IE) (the largest neo-Nazi organization in the United States); the American Renaissance conference (Tennessee, May 2019); Patrick Casey (AmIM president); Free Speech Apparel (a right-wing political clothing website); Nick Fuentes (racist YouTuber closely tied to Identity Evropa); “The Great Replacement” (a neo-nazi conspiracy theory which holds that Jews are plotting to exterminate white people in the US and Europe by encouraging non-white immigration); “The Great Replacement” (the title of the manifesto of the Christchurch mosque murderer); InfoWars (Alex Jones’ massive video platform); Alex Jones; Lana Lokteff (neo-nazi propagandist for Red Ice TV); Nationalist Review (a Discord chat tied to a podcast hosted by Allsup and Fuentes); Red Ice TV (YouTube-based streaming network); Jared Taylor (white nationalist author); and Matthew Warner (AmIM second-in command). Full text.

Shimron, Yonat. “As Muslim extremism nosedives, researchers question law enforcement’s focus.” Religion News Service, January 25, 2019. Full text.

Smee, Ben. “‘Quite frightening’: the far-right fringe of the election campaign is mobilising.” The Guardian, 3 May 2019. On extremist groups and Australian politics. Mentions Fraser Anning (Australian far-right figure); Fraser Anning’s “final solution” speech; the Australian Conservatives; the Australian League of Rights (long-running racist group in Australia); the Australian party; Dia Beltran (a YouTuber who offers a platform to far-right figures); the Christchurch shooting; Blair Cottrell (Australian far-right figure); Conservative National party (Fraser Anning’s new party); “cultural Marxism” (a supposed coordinated plot to undermine traditional western values); “entryism” (far right strategy to subvert mainstream politics); Neil Erikson (Australian far-right figure and adviser to Fraser Anning); the Great Australian party; Pauline Hanson; Katter’s Australian Party; the Lads Society (Australian far-right group); the Love Australia or Leave party; One Nation; Clive Palmer; the Rise Up Australia party; Jim Savage (TBC member and former One Nation party official); the Shooters, Fishers and Farmers party (Australian political party); True Blue Crew (TBC) (militant white supremacist group in Queensland); and the United Australia party. Full text.

Stone, Jon. “European far-right parties unite into new alliance ahead of EU elections.” The Independent, 8 April 2019. Mentions Alternative for Germany (German far-right party); Steve Bannon (far-right associate of Donald Trump); Danish People’s Party (Danish right-wing, populist party); Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy (EFDD) (Nigel Farage’s parliamentary group); European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR) (the Tories’ parliamentary group); Finns party (Finnish Eurosceptic populist party); Freedom Party (Austrian far-right party); Olli Kotro (of the Finns party); League party (Italian anti-immigrant party); Joerg Meuthen (Alternative for Germany’s co-leader); National Rally (formerly National Front) (French far-right party); Party for Freedom (Dutch far-right party); Matteo Salvini (Italian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior and leader of the League party); and Anders Vistisen (of the Danish People’s Party). Full text.

Taher, Abul. “Exposed: British racists behind vile secretive neo-Nazi radio station that the Government cannot shut down.” Daily Mail, 19 January 2019. Mentions Jeremy Bedford-Turner (Jez Turner) (contributor to Radio Aryan and leader of London Forum); Daily Stormer.(racist US website); Alex Davies (head of National Action); David Duke (former Ku Klux Klan head in the US); London Forum (far-right group); Sven Longshanks (Steve Stone) (anti-Semitic neo-Nazi founder of Radio Aryan); Thomas Mair (right-wing fanatic and killer of Labour MP Jo Cox); National Action (neo-Nazi terrorist group, outlawed in Britain in 2016); Laurence Nunn (Max Musson) (contributor to Radio Aryan and leader of Western Spring); Radio Aryan (neo-Nazi internet radio station; as such, not licensed by Ofcom or subject to broadcasting rules); Western Spring (far-right group which allegedly operates military-style training camps for neo-Nazis). Full text.

Taher, Abdul. “‘More than half’ of anti-terror pupils being put through the Prevent deradicalisation programme are far-Right extremists.” Daily Mail Online, 10 August 2019. Full text.

Tondo, Lorenzo.  “Facebook closes Italian neo-fascist party’s account.”  The Guardian, 9 Sept. 2019.  On the Italian neo-fascist party CasaPound.  Mentions Simone Di Stefano (CasaPound’s secretary); Gianluca Iannone (CasaPound’s president); Benito Mussolini; and Ezra Pound (American poet known for his fascist sympathies and antisemitism).  Full text.

Warikoo, Niraj. “Anti-immigrant leader Dr. John Tanton of Michigan dies at 85.” Detroit Free Press, July 18, 2019. Mentions eugenics, the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), an anti-immigrant group founded by Tanton in 1979; Holocaust denial; the Immigration Reform Law Institute (IRLI), FAIR’s legal arm; Julie Kirchner, former executive director of FAIR; Kris Kobach, a leading anti-immigrant politician; the Pioneer Fund, a white supremacist group set up to encourage ‘race betterment; Social Contract Press, publishers of anti-immigrant books and pamphlets, including an English translation of the French book “The Camp of the Saints”; Daniel Stein, president of FAIR; white nationalists; and white supremacy. Full text.

“What is Suomen Sisu?” Varis, 13 December 2018. On Suomen Sisu, a Finnish fascist organization. Full text.

Woodruff, Betsy. “Homeland Security Disbands Domestic Terror Intelligence Unit.” Daily Beast, April 2, 2019. Full text.


Aaronson, Trevor. “Flipping the Switch. Donald Trump Helped Turn a Christian Extremist Into an Alleged Domestic Terrorist.” The Intercept, March 30, 2019. Part of the series “The Threat Within.” Full text.

Aaronson, Trevor. “Homegrown Material Support. The Domestic Terrorism Law the Justice Department Forgot.” The Intercept, March 23, 2019. Part of the series “The Threat Within.” Full text.

Aaronson, Trevor. “Terrorism’s Double Standard. Violent Far-Right Extremists Are Rarely Prosecuted as Terrorists.” The Intercept, March 23, 2019. Part of the series “The Threat Within.” Full text.

Abu-Bakare, Amal. “Islamophobia: On the British War of definition and seeing the bigger picture.” colouredacademia, May 16, 2019. Full text.

Adler, David. “Will the Radical Right Break the EU?” The New Republic, May 23, 2019. Full text.

Aguilera-Carnerero, Carmen. “Is a New Style of Politics Coming to Spain?” Fair Observer, January 11, 2019. On the Spanish far-right party Vox. Full text and here.

Aguilera-Carnerero, Carmen. “Spain’s radical right VOX party in their own words.” openDemocracy, 16 April 2019. Full text and here.

Aguilera-Carnerero, Carmen. “VOX and the Spanish Muslim community: the new ‘Reconquista’ of Spain.” openDemocracy, 23 January 2019. Full text.

Ahmed, Reem, and Daniela Pisoiu. “What Does the ‘New Right’ Have to do With the Christchurch Attack? Some Evidence from Twitter on Discursive Overlaps.” VOX-Pol Blog, April 17, 2019. Full text.

Ali, Wajahat. “The Roots of the Christchurch Massacre.” The New York Times, March 15, 2019. Mentions Fraser Anning (Australian senator who blamed the Christchurch attack on a lax immigration program); Australian Liberty Alliance (far-right anti-Muslim political party); Battle of Vienna (1683 battle glorified by white nationalists for staving off the Ottoman Empire’s advance); Alexandre Bissonnette (white nationalist and Quebec mosque killer in 2017); Robert Bowers (Tree of Life synagogue killer); Anders Breivik (Norwegian mass murderer); Gab (right-wing social network); “the great replacement” (white nationalist conspiracy theory alleging that Jews, blacks and Muslims will replace white people and eventually subordinate them); Christopher Hasson (white nationalist arrested on charges of stockpiling weapons); the migrant “caravan” (the anti-Semitic conspiracy theory that George Soros paid migrants heading for the southern U.S. border); Reclaim Australia (anti-Muslim movement); Siege of Acre (military victory for the Christian Crusaders seeking to retake Jerusalem from Muslims in 1189, glorified by the Christchurch gunman); Donald Trump; white nationalism; and white supremacy. Full text and here.

Allchorn, William. “The Rise of the Radical Right: Reflections on the Role of Academics in Tracking Emerging Developments.” Emerald Publishing Real Impact blog, June 13, 2019. Full text.

Allen, Chris. “In Defense of Facebook’s ‘Ban’ of the Far Right’s Dirty Dozen.” Fair Observer, May 23, 2019. Full text.

“Analysis: New Zealand attack and the terrorist use of the internet.” Tech Against Terrorism, March 26, 2019. Full text and here.

Anand, Dibyesh. “Modi’s election win is a victory for far right Hindu nationalism – India’s secular democracy is under threat.” The Independent, 23 May 2019. On Narendra Modi and his far-right Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Full text.

Anderson, Sulome. “The twin hatreds. How white supremacy and Islamist terrorism strengthen each other online — and in a deadly cycle of attacks.” The Washington Post, March 22, 2019. Full text.

Applebaum, Anne. “Want to build a far-right movement? Spain’s Vox party shows how.” The Washington Post, May 2, 2019. Mentions Santiago Abascal (leader of Vox); ActRight (U.S. organization); Ignacio Arsuaga (CitizenGo’s leader); José María Aznar (former center-right prime minister of Spain); Stephen K. Bannon (former Breitbart chairman and chief strategist for Trump); Rafael Bardají (a leader of Vox); Brian S. Brown (American co-founder of the National Organization for Marriage); CitizenGo (a Madrid-based campaign group); Conservative Political Action Conference; Iván Espinosa de los Monteros (Vox’s vice secretary for international relations); “gender ideology” (a term invented by the Christian right and popularized by CitizenGo); Alexey Komov (from the Russian branch of the World Congress of Families); Law and Justice (nativist, anti-pluralist Polish ruling party); Marine Le Pen (French far-right leader); Rocio Monasterio (Vox politician and the wife of Iván Espinosa de los Monteros); the Movement (Stephen K. Bannon’s organization, reportedly set up to help far-right candidates in Europe win elections); Viktor Orbán (illiberal Hungarian leader); Javier Ortega Smith (Vox’s secretary general); Popular Party (Spanish center-right political party); Darian Rafie (a leader of ActRight); Damien Rieu (French far-right activist); Matteo Salvini (Italian deputy prime minister and leader of the far-right League); Vox (Spanish far-right political party); Paul Watson (American alt-right conspiracy theorist); and the World Congress of Families meeting (Verona, Italy, March 2019). Full text.

Ariza, Cristina. “The Texas Shooting is Not a Hate Crime. It’s Terrorism.” Co-Existence Insight, Tony Blair Institute for Global Change, 5 August 2019. Full text.

Ariza, Cristina.  “Will Online Takedowns Defeat the Offline Radical Right?” OpenDemocracy, 25 September 2019.  On the effectiveness of de-platforming and online takedowns in the cases of Tommy Robinson, Britain First (radical right group), Infowars, Alex Jones, and Milo Yiannopoulos.  Also mentions Steve Bannon (former advisor to Donald Trump); Gerard Batten (UK Independence Party Leader); “Brexit Betrayal” march (central London, December 9, 2018); the British National Party (BNP); #FreeTommy marches; GAB (social media platform favoured by the radical right); Generation Identity; and Donald Trump.  Full text.

Ash, Timothy Garton. “Europe must stop this disgrace: Viktor Orbán is dismantling democracy.” The Guardian, 20 June 2019. Full text.

Atkinson, David C. “It’s time for Australia and New Zealand to confront their white nationalist histories.” The Washington Post, March 15, 2019. Mentions Fraser Anning (Australian far-right independent senator who labeled Muslims as “perpetrators” following the Christchurch mosque attack); the Australia First Party (anti-multiculturalism party which celebrates the White Australia Policy); Pauline Hanson (One Nation political party leader); Australia’s 1901 Immigration Restriction Act (act with a literacy test administered to all prospective immigrants); New Zealand’s 1899 Immigration Restriction Act (act with a literacy test administered to all prospective immigrants); One Nation (Australian nationalist, populist, and anti-immigration party); Winston Peters (New Zealand politician who suggested that Chinese immigration had turned Auckland into a “supercity of sin”); the “White Australia” policy (adopted in 1901); and the “White New Zealand” policy (adopted in 1899). Full text.

Atkinson, David C. “The Longer History of the Christchurch Attacks.” The New Republic, March 15, 2019. Mentions David Duke (U.S. white supremacist); Immigration Restriction Act (Australian law of 1901 authorizing implicit racial exclusion on the grounds of literacy); Brenton Tarrant (Australian white supremacist and alleged New Zealand mosque assailant); Dylann Roof (U.S. white supremacist mass murderer); the White Australia Policy (1901); the White New Zealand Policy (1899); and white supremacy. Full text.

Atran, Scott. “From Christchurch to Colombo, Islamists and the far right are playing a deadly duet.” The Guardian, 25 Apr. 2019. Full text.

Atran, Scott. “The Clash of Civilizations.” Part 2 of “Terrorism and the Crisis of Deliberative Democracy.” Psychology Today, Aug. 14, 2019. Mentions Anders Breivik (Norwegian white supremacist who killed scores in 2011); Renaud Camus (French supremacist philosopher); clash of civilizations (the belief that one global identity (the white race) is pitted against another (global Islam) in a fight to the death for survival); Daily Stormer (website); 8chan (online forum that published Tarrant’s manifesto and The Inconvenient Truth); The Great Replacement (book by Renaud Camus); The Great Replacement (Tarrant’s manifesto); “Hispanic invasion”; The Inconvenient Truth (a white nationalist tract published by the El Paso killer just minutes before his killing spree); Dylann Roof; Der Sturmer (Third Reich’s most popular tabloid); Brenton Tarrant (New Zealand mosque attacker); “white genocide”; and white supremacists. Full text.

Atran, Scott. “The far-right and Islamist duet are closing open society.” Part 1 of “Terrorism and the Crisis of Deliberative Democracy.” Psychology Today, Aug. 13, 2019. Mentions “Aryan Jihad” (Aryan Nations proposal to destroy the “Judaic-tyrannical” system of “so-called Western democratic states”); Louis Beam (Klansman and Aryan Nations member and proponent of “Leaderless Resistance”); Patrick Crusius (El Paso killer of 22); Robert Faurisson (French Holocaust-denier); “Leaderless Resistance” (seditionist strategy for independent groups and individuals acting on their own via inferred rather than direct messaging); Timothy McVeigh (Oklahoma City bomber); the National Alliance (white nationalist group); William Luther Pierce III (white supremacist and National Alliance leader); race war; Dylann Roof (killer of nine African-American churchgoers in South Carolina in 2015); The Turner Diaries (William Pierce’s novel imagining the book’s hero armed with a nuclear bomb flying into the Pentagon); and white supremacists. Full text.

Awan, Imran. “Christchurch attacks show Islamophobia is real, deadly and spreading around the world.” The Conversation UK, March 20, 2019. Full text.

Awan, Imran. “Shades of Islamophobic hate.” openDemocracy, 17 July 2019. Full text.

Bach, Natasha. “Domestic Terrorism Is on the Rise. But How Prepared Is the U.S. to Counter It?” Fortune, April 4, 2019. Full text.

Badia, Francesc, and Sergio Calderón Harker. “Reconquering Europe? VOX and the extreme right in Spain.” openDemocracy, 27 March 2019. Full text.

Badia I Dalmases, Francesc. “The extreme right international movement gets ready to fight its next battle in Spain.” openDemocracy, 25 April 2019. Full text.

Baier, Walter. “The far right commands 22m voters across Europe and it’s rising – what next?” The London Economic, March 10, 2019. Full text.

Baklitskaya, Kate. “National Corps: why Ukraine’s far-right party is enjoying growing support.” Euronews, 3 March 2019. On National Corps, a political party that emerged from the Azov regiment, a paramilitary group.  Full text.

Baldet, William. “Preventing radical right extremism requires honesty, empathy and a whole society approach. Are we doomed to fail?” openDemocracy, 5 June 2019. Full text.

Baldét, William.  “What It’s Like To Lead Counter-Extremism Efforts In The UK.” Rantt, September 25, 2019.  Full text.

Barber, Tony. “Europe’s diminished far right still poses a threat.” Financial Times, May 22, 2019. Excerpt.

Barber, Tony. “Vox deal shows Spain is not immune to the far-right.” Financial Times, 17 January 2019. Full text.

Barnes, David. “Pests, Invaders and Infestations: The Radical Right’s Dehumanization Of Immigrants.” Rantt, June 28, 2019. Full text.

Bateman, Jessica. “Meet the Ex-Neo-Nazi Using Tech to Deradicalize the Far Right.” OneZero, June 12, 2019. On Brad Galloway. Full text.

Beauchamp, Zack. “Our incel problem.” Vox, Apr. 23, 2019. Full text.

Beauchamp, Zack. “Social media is rotting democracy from within. How social platforms enable far-right politicians’ campaigns to undermine democracy.” Vox, Jan. 22, 2019. Full text.

Beckett, Lois. “A history of recent attacks linked to white supremacy.” The Guardian, 15 Mar. 2019. Full text.

Beckett, Lois, and Jason Wilson. “‘White power ideology’: why El Paso is part of a growing global threat.” The Guardian, 5 Aug. 2019. Full text.

Belew, Kathleen. “The Christchurch Massacre and the White Power Movement.” Dissent Magazine, March 17, 2019. Mentions the alleged Christchurch attacker; the Fourteen Words (a slogan written by David Lane); David Lane (U.S. white power activist); Oklahoma City bombing; the Order (white power terror cell in the late 1980s); population replacement; racial extinction; race war; the transnational white power movement; Tree of Life synagogue attacker; The Turner Diaries (white power novel); Aryan Nations (white power group); the World Church of the Creator (white power group); and Wotansvolk (white power group). Full text.

Berger, J.M. “A brief history of extremism – from ancient Rome to al Qaeda.” History Extra, May 20, 2019. Full text.

Berger, J.M. “The Dangerous Spread of Extremist Manifestos.” The Atlantic, Feb. 26, 2019. Full text.

Berger, J.M. “The Strategy of Violent White Supremacy Is Evolving. The failed approach of ‘leaderless resistance’ gets a second chance in the information age.” Ideas – The Atlantic, Aug. 7, 2019. Mentions Aryan Nations; Louis Beam Jr. (prominent white supremacist and author of “Leaderless Resistance”); Don Black (former Klansman and the founder of Stormfront in 1995); Anders Behring Breivik (Norwegian white supremacist and anti-Muslim extremist); “distributed leadership” (an influence pattern where extremist communities have a large influence over a large number of people); 8chan (social-media platform exploited by extreme white supremacists); Michael Fortier (co-conspirator in the Oklahoma City bombing); 4chan (social-media platform exploited by extreme white supremacists); Gab (social-media platform exploited by extreme white supremacists); Ku Klux Klan; “Leaderless Resistance” (Louis Beam Jr.’s essay arguing that action by lone actors and small, self-organized groups was the future of white supremacy); Timothy McVeigh (co-conspirator in the Oklahoma City bombing); Terry Nichols (co-conspirator in the Oklahoma City bombing); the Oklahoma City bombing; The Order (a semi-independent terrorist cell that carried out a spree of armed robberies and murder); The Seditionist (Beam’s racist magazine that published “Leaderless Resistance” [The Seditionist 12 (Feb. 1992)]); Stormfront (a white-supremacist message board); Telegram app (encrypted app exploited by white supremacists); and white supremacy. Full text.

Berlatsky, Noah. “The Lethal Antisemitism of ‘Cultural Marxism.'” Jewish Currents, May 3, 2019. Mentions Anders Breivik (Norwegian white nationalist who cited “cultural Marxism” as a motive in his terror attacks in 2011); “cultural Marxism” (the theory of a foreign Jewish plot developed by the Frankfurt School to use the politics of anti-racism, feminism, and sexual liberation in order to undermine traditional American values); Jacques Derrida; John Earnest (the alleged Chabad of Poway synagogue shooter); Earnest’s manifesto; Michel Foucault; the Frankfurt School (a group of predominantly Jewish intellectuals who fled Nazi Germany in the 1930s); Rich Higgins (White House staffer who has argued that cultural Marxism has “become the dominant cultural meme”); Adolf Hitler; William Lind (paleoconservative writer who used the term “cultural Marxism” during a 2002 speech at a Holocaust denial conference); Mein Kampf (Hitler); Jordan Peterson (right-wing self-help guru who has used the term “cultural Marxism”); and the Tree of Life synagogue shooter. Full text.

Betz, Hans-Georg. “A Populist’s Path: From Advocate of the People to Inspiration for the KKK.” Fair Observer, January 17, 2019. Full text and here.

Betz, Hans-Georg. “Australia’s Own Brand of Radical Populism.” Fair Observer, June 20, 2019. Full text.

Betz, Hans-Georg. “On the hollowness of the contemporary radical populist right and what to do about it.” openDemocracy, 23 January 2019. Full text.

Betz, Hans-Georg. “Saviours of the nation? – on the breakthrough of the radical populist right in Spain.” openDemocracy, 7 May 2019. Full text.

Betz, Hans-Georg. “The New Assault On Gender By The Radical Right.” Rantt, January 31, 2019. Full text.

Betz, Hans-Georg. “The Return of la Marine.” openDemocracy, 5 April 2019. Mentions the AfD; anti-migrant and anti-refugee; climate skepticism; the gilets jaunes (the grassroots protest that started in late 2018 against the rise in the tax on gas and diesel); Marine Le Pen (President of Rassemblement National (RN) (formerly the Front National (FN)); Bruno Megré (formerly FN’s number two); Florian Philippot (former adviser to Marine Le Pen); and Donald Trump. Full text and here.

Betz, Hans-Georg. “What’s wrong with Australia?” openDemocracy, 25 March 2019. Full text.

Bevensee, Emmi, Alexander Reid Ross, and Sabrina Nardin. “Malicious Bots Actively Boosting the Far Right Ahead of EU Elections.” Medium, May 21, 2019. Full text.

Bevensee, Emmi, Alexander Reid Ross, and Sabrina Nardin. “We built an algorithm to track bots during the European elections – what we found should scare you.” The Independent, 22 May 2019. Finding that 12 per cent of tweets using hashtags promoted by far-right EU parties, including Movement for a Europe of Nations, Freedom group, and the Alliance for Conservatives and Reformists in Europe, came from bots, double the average across all parties. Full text.

Bjørgo, Tore. “Right-wing extremism in Norway—changes and challenges.”, February 26, 2019. Full text.

Bjørgo, Tore. “Right-Wing Extremism in Norway: Changes and Challenges.” “Right Now!” blog, C-REX – Center for Research on Extremism, Feb. 25, 2019. Full text.

Boccato, Angelo. “Italy’s far-right movement has never been stronger – this year’s European elections will prove that.” The Independent, 20 January 2019. On Matteo Salvini’s League and Luigi Di Maio’s Five Star Movement. Full text.

Bond, David, and Helen Warrell. “UK far-right extremism: hate spreads from the fringe.” Financial Times, May 7, 2019. Mentions Atomwaffen (US far-right group accused of being involved in violence); Anders Breivik (Norwegian far-right murderer); British National Party (BNP) (UK fringe group prone to racist violence); the British Union of Fascists; Discord (gaming chat platform used by far-right extremists to spread their ethno-nationalist ideology); the English Defence League; Generation Identity (international far-right group); “the great replacement” (the theory that immigration threatens white indigenous populations in Europe); the “Islamisation of the west”; lone wolf as preferred modus operandi for political violence by the extreme right; Thomas Mair (UK white supremacist who killed Labour MP Jo Cox); National Action (proscribed UK far-right group); National Front; Darren Osborne (far-right van murderer); race war; Tommy Robinson (Stephen Yaxley-Lennon) (MEP candidate and far-right figure); Martin Sellner (leader of Austria’s Generation Identity branch); Sonnenkrieg Division (new UK far-right group); System Resistance Network (new UK far-right group which preaches zero tolerance to non-whites and says homosexuality is a disease); and Brenton Tarrant (accused Christchurch mosque attacker). Full text.

Borger, Julian, and Liz Ford. “Revealed: the fringe rightwing group changing the UN agenda on abortion rights.” The Guardian, 16 May 2019. On the Center for Family and Human Rights (C-Fam), an anti-abortion lobbying group. Full text.

Bouhana, Noémie. “Analysing Lone-Actor Terrorism In Context.” CREST Comment (Centre for Research and Evidence on Security Threats), 9 April 2019. Full text.

Bourne, Jenny. “Right Definition for the Right Fight.” IRR News (Institute of Race Relations), May 23, 2019. On the definition of Islamophobia. Full text.

Bown, Alfie. “YouTubers Play a Key Role in Far-Right Extremism of Online Forums.” Truthout, March 25, 2019. Mentions Andrew Anglin (The Daily Stormer editor); The Daily Stormer (neo-Nazi media site); 8chan (a board for extremist views); ethno-nationalism; 4chan (a board for extremist views); the alleged New Zealand mosque shooter; the New Zealand terrorist’s manifesto; Jordan Peterson; PewDiePie (Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg) (YouTube star); “red pill” (opting to have one’s eyes opened to the supposed “truth” of “alt-right” ideas); Ben Shapiro (former Breitbart editor and popular spokesman for young conservative movements in the US); and Donald Trump. Full text.

Braun, Stuart. “As the far-right culture war escalates, concerns grow.” Deutsche Welle, 31 March 2019. On Alternative for Germany party (AfD). Mentions the American Alt Right; anti-“Islamization”; Lutz Bachmann (founder of PEGIDA); Anders Breivik (Norwegian extreme-right terrorist); “cultural hegemony” (strategy to influence cultural institutions implemented by the AfD and the far-right); the “culture war”; Eurabia (Islamophobic term used in connection with a conspiracy theory positing that Muslim people will soon overrun Europe); New Zealand mosque attacker; PEGIDA (Patriot Europeans Against the Islamization of the Occident) (German far-right group); Martin Sellner (Austrian Identitarian Movement leader); and Milo Yiannopoulos (far-right polemicist). Full text.

“Britain is dangerously fertile ground for the far right.” The Economist, April 11, 2019. Excerpt.

Brown, Alleen. “The Green Scare. How a Movement That Never Killed Anyone Became the FBI’s No. 1 Domestic Terrorism Threat.” The Intercept, March 23, 2019. Part of the series “The Threat Within.” Full text.

Bruno, Valerio Alfonso. “Italian Populists Use Social Welfare to Ignite a ‘War Between the Poor.'” Fair Observer, 7 Oct. 2019.  Full text.

Bruno, Valerio Alfonso, and Adriano Cozzolino. “Radical-right populists and financialisation.” Social Europe, 26 February 2019. Full text.

Bruno, Valerio Alfonso, and Waqar Rizvi. “Refugees in Europe’s crosshairs.” Social Europe, 28 May 2019. Full text.

Brunson, Jonathan. “Russia Isn’t the Only Threat to Ukrainian Democracy: The Impact of Far-Right Nationalist Revolutionaries.” War on the Rocks, April 20, 2019. Full text.

Budd, Brian. “Starving online trolls won’t stop far-right ideas from going mainstream.” The Conversation, April 14, 2019. Full text.

Bunker, Pamela Ligouri, and Robert J. Bunker. “An Overview of Radical Right-focused Presentations at #TASMConf 2019.” VOX-Pol, July 10, 2019. On the 2019 Terrorism and Social Media (TASM) Conference at Swansea University Bay Campus, Wales, United Kingdom, 25 and 26 June 2019. Full text.

Burley, Shane, and Alexander Reid Ross. “‘All You Have to Do Is Show Up’: How White Nationalists Are Infiltrating the GOP.” Political Research Associates, June 20, 2019. Full text.

Butcher, Ben, and Micah Luxen. “How prevalent is far-right extremism?” BBC News, 19 March 2019. Full text.

Campion, Kristy. “Right-wing extremism has a long history in Australia.” The Conversation AU, March 20, 2019. Mentions the Antipodean Resistance (Australian anti-left, anti-Semitic, and anti-homosexuals nationalist socialist group); the Auslands Organisation (Australian anti-Semitic, fascist group in the 1930s); Australia First Movement (white supremacist movement); the Australia Nationalist Socialist Party (neo-Nazi party); the Australian Defence League; Australian League of Rights; Australian Liberty Alliance; the Australian Nationalist Movement (violent anti-immigrant, anti-homosexual, and anti-Communist Australian extreme right group in the 1980s); Australian Traditional; the Australian Youth Coalition (violent Australian extreme right group in the 1970s); Eric Butler (leader of the Australian League of Rights); the Christchurch perpetrator; Combat 18/Blood and Honour; “elite penetration” (Australian League of Rights strategy whereby members would join mainstream political parties, attempt to subvert their core values and ideas and attain leadership positions); the Eureka flag (flag adopted by the National Socialist Party of Australia); Phillip Galea (violent member of the True Blue Crew and the United Patriots Front); Identity Australia; The International Jew: The Protocols of the Elders of Zion (Butler); the Lads Society (Australian extreme right group); Henry Lawson; the Legion of the Frontiersmen of the Commonwealth (violent Australian extreme right group in the 1970s); Alexander Rud Mills (Australian anti-Semitic leader and supporter of the Australia First Movement); Benito Mussolini; the National Action (violent anti-immigrant, anti-homosexual, and anti-Communist Australian extreme right group in the 1980s); the National Socialist Party of Australia; the Nationalist Australian Alternative; the New Guard (Australian anti-Communist and anti-union groups in the 1930s); New National Action; the Old Guard (collective name for Australian reactionary and radical groups operating in the 1920s); the Patriotic Youth League; Proud Boys; Reclaim Australia; Right Wing Resistance; Safari 8 (violent Australian extreme right group in the 1970s); Soldiers of Odin; the Southern Cross Hammerskins; the True Blue Crew; the United Patriots Front; the Women of the Southern Legion (a chapter of Women for Aryan Unity); and Zionist Occupation Government (conspiracy theory supported by Eric Butler). Full text and here.

Castelli Gattinara, Pietro, and Caterina Froio. “Why Italy’s media fixates on CasaPound, an extreme-right party with a racist agenda.” The Washington Post, May 28, 2019. On the Italian extreme-right party CasaPound Italia (CPI) as an example of the successful use of hybridization and media-savviness to mainstream fringe or extreme ideas. Full text.

Castelli Gattinara, Pietro, and Caterina Froio. “Why Italy’s media fixates on CasaPound, an extreme-right party with a racist agenda.” “Right Now!” blog, C-REX – Center for Research on Extremism, June 5, 2019. Full text.

Cathcart, Will, and Joseph Ari Epstein. “White Supremacists Want a Dirty Bomb.” Foreign Policy, August 16, 2019. Mentions anti-immigrant; Devon Arthurs (Atomwaffen member and killer); Atomwaffen (terrorist group); James Cummings (white nationalist and collector of material on constructing a dirty bomb); domestic white supremacist terrorists; El Paso shooter; Matthew Gebert (foreign affairs officer linked to a white nationalist organization); Adolf Hitler; National Socialist Movement (neo-Nazi organization); and Brandon Russell (Atomwaffen member). Full text.

Cerulus, Laurens. “Inside the far right’s Flemish victory.” POLITICO, 27 May 2019. Full text.

Chaudry, Suddaf. “Why deradicalisation programmes are needed for the far right.” The Arab Weekly, 26 May 2019. Full text.

Chrisafis, Angelique. “EU vote confirms French far right as Macron’s main opposition.” The Guardian, 27 May 2019. On the first-place position of Rassemblement National, Marine Le Pen’s far-right party, in France’s European parliamentary elections of 2019. Full text.

Clark, Roland.  “How Democracies Collapse: Lessons From Interwar Romania.”  Rantt, August 29, 2019.  Full text.

Clark, Roland. “Why the radical right love their intellectuals.” openDemocracy, 22 July 2019. On the Romanian philosopher Nae Ionescu. Full text.

Clark, Roland. “Within the Romanian Orthodox Church, Strong Fascist Currents Still Exist.” Fair Observer, April 4, 2019. Mentions Ion Antonescu (Romanian wartime dictator); Gigi Beccali (far-right Romanian politician); ethnocratic state; Holocaust denial; Legion of the Archangel Michael (Romanian fascist organization during the 1930s); and Orthodox ethnonationalism. Full text.

Clover, Joshua. “Four Notes on Stochastic Terrorism. Media handwringing after Christchurch veers dangerously close to a useful theory of human action.” Popula, Apr. 3, 2019. On “stochastic terrorism” as the public demonization of a person or group, by mass media or otherwise, to stir up random lone wolves to carry out violent or terrorist acts that are statistically predictable but individually unpredictable. Mentions Louis Beam (Aryan Nations crackpot and author of the concept of “leaderless resistance”); the Christchurch murders; Richard Spencer; the “white genocide” thesis (the Islamophobic fantasy that white people are being demographically “replaced”); and Milo Yiannopoulos. Full text.

Coaston, Jane. “The New Zealand shooter’s manifesto shows how white nationalist rhetoric spreads.” Vox, Mar. 18, 2019. Full text.

Cohen, Nick. “When the far right crack rape jokes, it’s part of a systemic bid to demean.” The Guardian, 18 May 2019. Full text.

Colborne, Michael. “The Far Right Just Got Humiliated in Ukraine’s Election — but Don’t Write It Off Just Yet.”, July 22, 2019. Full text.

Colborne, Michael. “The Upcoming neo-Nazi Concert in Ukraine That No One Is Talking About.”, June 18, 2019. Mentions Asgardsrei festival (Militant Zone’s annual festival); Azov Civil Corps (right-wing paramilitary); Azov National Corps (right-wing paramilitary); Azov’s National Corps Party; Arseniy Bilodub (née Klimachev) (Ukrainian neo-Nazi, owner of Svastone, head of the band Sokyra Peruna, and organizer of the Fortress Europe concert); Blue Eyed Devils (U.S. neo-Nazi group); Celtic cross; Adolf Eichmann (one of the key architects of the Holocaust); Evil Barber (Ukrainian neo-Nazi band); Fortress Europe concert (neo-Nazi concert in Kiev, June 22, 2019); “14 Words” (a notorious neo-Nazi slogan authored by David Lane); Holocaust denial; David Lane (late U.S. white supremacist); Alexey Levkin (Kiev-based Russian neo-Nazi and a senior figure in the Azov movement); Militant Zone (label linked to Ukraine’s Azov movement); Mistreat (Finnish neo-Nazi band); Wade Page (former member of Blue Eyed Devils and the murderer of killing six people at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin in 2012); “racial holy war”; Right Sector (Ukrainian nationalist party); Sokyra Peruna (“Perun’s Ax” in Ukrainian) (Ukrainian neo-Nazi band); Svastone (popular far-right fashion label); Svoboda (Ukrainian nationalist party); Tsyrulnia (Ukrainian neo-Nazi band); “White Boy” (slogan on Svastone brand’s shirts). Full text.

Collins, Matthew. “Jailed neo-Nazi Satanists were a legacy of National Action.” HOPE not hate, 18 June 2019. Mentions Atomwaffen Division (AWD) (American terrorist group); Ian Brady (the Moors Murderer); Zack Davies (member of National Action who attempted to behead a dentist in North Wales in February 2015); Oskar Dunn-Koczorowski (member of Sonnenkrieg Division); Ryan Fleming (National Action Satanist and paedophile); Gab; Rob Gray (C18 member); Garron Helm (former National Action member and criminal); National Action (British terror group outlawed in 2016 by the British government); “race mixing”; “race traitor”; “rape the cops”; Ben Raymond (National Action’s founder); Jack Renshaw (member of National Action); Sonnenkrieg Division (SKD) (Nazi gang); SKD’s SIEGE Culture website (titled Universal Order – A New Level of Awareness) (; Michael Szewczuk (member of Sonnenkrieg Division); and “White Jihad” ideology. Full text.

Connolly, Kate, and Philip Oltermann. “Nearly 13,000 violent rightwing extremists now living in Germany.” The Guardian, 18 June 2019. Full text.

Crenshaw, Kimberlé Williams. “Racial Terror and the Second Repeal of Reconstruction.” The New Republic, May 29, 2019. Full text.

Cunningham, Benjamin. “Vox Populi.” The American Interest, April 27, 2019. Mentions Santiago Abascal (leader of the Vox party); Pedro Casado (PP leader); Ciudadanos (Spanish center-right party); People’s Party (PP) (Spanish conservative party); Albert Rivera (Ciudadanos party leader); Vox party (Spanish far right party); and Geert Wilders (Dutch anti-immigration politician). Full text.

Daalder, Marc. “The furious world of New Zealand’s far right nationalists.” Geeska Afrika Online, February 2, 2019. Mentions Jesse Anderson (NZ Sovereignty leader); anti-LGBT; anti-multiculturalism; anti-political correctness; anti-Semitism; anti-“Social Justice Warriors”; anti-state; anti-1080; anti-United Nations; anti-vaxxers; Breitbart (alt-right website); coded language and dog whistles; Daily Stormer (neo-Nazi website); the 14 words (a well-known white supremacist slogan); 1488 (a reference to the 14 words and “Heil Hitler” (where the 8s represent the 8th letter of the alphabet)); Holocaust denial; homophobia; David Icke (conspiracy theorist); Islamophobia; Kiwis United Against the Radical Islamification of New Zealand (anti-Muslim and anti-Semitic New Zealand group); Stefan Molyneux (Canadian provocateur and extremist); multiculturalism; Muslim invasion (outcome projected by the far-right if the UN migrant pact is signed); “no-go zones” (popular conspiracy theory that Muslim immigration in Europe has turned some cities into “no-go zones”); NZ Sovereignty (New Zealand group formed in opposition to the UN Global Compact on Migration); opposition to fluoridation; opposition to 1080; Pepe the Frog (meme co-opted by white supremacists); scepticism about vaccinations; Lauren Southern (Canadian provocateur and extremist); Donald Trump; white supremacy; and xenophobia. Full text and here.

Davey, Jacob. “We Need Innovative Methods To Combat Radical Right Extremism.” Rantt, April 2, 2019. Full text and here.

David, Kumar. “Globally, alt-right populism is over the peak. Political influence of the extreme-right will decline in the next period.” The Island, March 2, 2019. Full text.

Davis, Kristina. “White supremacist terror threat under scrutiny.” San Francisco Chronicle, May 24, 2019. Full text.

De Sousa Santos, Boaventura. “Portugal as a strategic target of the far right.” openDemocracy, 21 August 2019. Full text.

de Vries, Joost. “Meet Thierry Baudet, the suave new face of Dutch rightwing populism.” The Guardian, 3 Apr. 2019. Mentions Forum for Democracy (FvD) (Thierry Baudet’s party); Le Pens (father and daughter); Viktor Orbán; Party for Freedom party (Geert Wilders’s party); Jordan Peterson (Canadian academic); Vladimir Putin; Oswald Spengler (German historian); Donald Trump; Der Untergang des Abendlandes (Spengler’s 1918 book); and Geert Wilders (anti-Muslim, anti-immigrant Dutch populist politician). Full text.

Dennison, James, and Mariana Mendes. “The emergence of the populist radical right in Spain demonstrates the conditions under which such parties succeed.” LSE EUROPP – European Politics and Policy Blog, April 26, 2019. Full text and here.

DeVega, Chauncey. “Right-wing border militias are the shock troops of Donald Trump’s authoritarian movement.” Salon, April 24, 2019. Mentions Robert Bowers (suspected mass shooter in the Tree of Life Synagogue massacre in Pittsburgh); the “deep state”; Larry Mitchell Hopkins (the “commander” of the United Constitutional Patriots); Klan Border Patrol; Knights of the Ku Klux Klan; Stephen Miller; the Minutemen (right-wing militia of the mid-2000s); the “new world order”; Oklahoma City bombing; Cesar Sayoc; “scripted violence” (political rhetoric designed to call far-right domestic terrorists to action); “soft ethnic cleansing”; “stochastic terrorism”; Brenton Tarrant (neo-Nazi who killed 50 Muslims in Christchurch, New Zealand); Donald Trump; and United Constitutional Patriots (right-wing paramilitary group). Full text and here.

Devereaux, Ryan. “The Bloody History of Border Militias Runs Deep – and Law Enforcement Is Part of it.” The Intercept, April 23, 2019. Full text.

Diehl, Jörg, Alexander Epp, Ullrich Fichtner, Laura Höflinger, Roman Höfner, Martin Knobbe, Roman Lehberger, Philipp Oehmke, Jan Puhl, Marcel Rosenbach, Britta Sandberg, and Wolf Wiedmann-Schmidt. “The Growing Threat of Online-Bred Right-Wing Extremism.” Spiegel Online, March 28, 2019. Full text.

Dittmar, Pia. “Right-Wing Populism and National Identity in Central and Eastern Europe.” Hybrid Neighbourhood, May 8, 2019. Full text.

Dixon, Hayley. “Neo-Nazis at the National Trust: How far-right groups are trying to ‘take back’ ancient sites.” The Telegraph, 9 August 2019. Mentions “Aryan laws”; Anders Breivik (killer of 77 people in Norway in 2011); British National Party (BNP); Combat 18 (violent neo-Nazi organisation); Garron Helm (former National Action member); Heinrich Himmler; Adolf Hitler; the Holocaust; Wulf Ingessunu (Geoffrey Dunn) (founder of Woden’s Folk); National Action (now-banned terror organisation); Odinism; race war; Raven (runs the Woden’s Folk website); Brenton Tarrant (killer of 51 people in the Christchurch massacre in 2019); white supremacists; “white traitors”; Woden’s Folk (“white survivalist” group); and Wodenism (a form of Odinism, in which adherents worship the God of War Odin). Full text.

Dorling, Danny, and Sally Tomlinson. “Brexit: how the end of Britain’s empire led to rising inequality that helped Leave to victory.” The Conversation, May 22, 2019. Full text.

Downes, James. “2019 and beyond: growing threat of the radical right in French politics.” openDemocracy, 6 March 2019. Full text and here.

Downes, James F. “Why Is the Far Right Losing Voters in Belgium?” Fair Observer, January 22, 2019. Full text and here.

Downes, James. “Your Guide To The 2019 European Parliament Elections.” Rantt, May 30, 2019. Full text.

Downes, James, and Edward Chan. “How electoral systems affect support for populist parties in Europe.” LSE EUROPP – European Politics and Policy Blog, February 7, 2019. Full text.

Downes, James F., and Felix Wiebrecht. “East versus west? The battle within the far right in Germany.” Social Europe, 20 June 2019. Full text.

Downes, James F., and Felix Wiebrecht. “The Populist Radical Right Is an Electoral Threat That Is Here to Stay.” Fair Observer, June 4, 2019. Full text and here and here.

Downes, James, Joshua Townsley, and Valerio A. Bruno. “Why has the populist radical right outperformed the populist radical left in Europe?” openDemocracy, 21 May 2019. Full text.

Ebner, Julia. “Austria’s crisis is a lesson for Europe: far-right parties are unfit to govern.” The Guardian, 23 May 2019. On a series of political scandals of Austria’s far-right Freedom party (FPÖ). Full text.

Ebner, Julia. “Who are Europe’s far-right identitarians?” POLITICO, April 4, 2019. Mentions the Alternative for Germany (AfD); “The Art of Redpilling” (Generation Identity manual for far-right radicalization); Austrian Freedom Party (FPÖ) (Austrian far-right party and a member of the governing coalition); the Christchurch attacker; “de-Islamization”; Generation Identity (European far-right movement); Generation Identity Handbuch für Medienguerillas; “The Great Replacement” (the conspiracy theory that white populations are being gradually replaced with migrants); Identitarian Movement Austria (Austria’s offshoot of Generation Identity); “invasion of the Occident”; the Italian League; Gottfried Küssel (Holocaust denier and mentor of Martin Sellner); “remigration” (a euphemism for the mass deportation of all European migrant or non-white residents); Martin Sellner (a former neo-Nazi and one of the leaders of Identitarian Movement Austria); and the Spanish Vox party. Full text.

Edgar, David. “The Scruton affair: picking on a harmless old fogey?” IRR News (Institute of Race Relations), May 23, 2019. On conservative philosopher Roger Scruton and the Salisbury Review, his reactionary magazine. Full text.

Elgot, Jessica. “Government criticised for rejecting definition of Islamophobia.” The Guardian, 15 May 2019. Full text.

Engel, Valery. “Modern racism.” openDemocracy, 26 April 2019. Full text and here.

Engel, Valery. “The Modern Racism of the Post-Soviet States.” Fair Observer, Aug. 21, 2019. Full text.

Engel, Valery. “Why Russia Wants To Be An Empire Again.” Rantt, August 20, 2019. Full text.

Evans, Robert. “Ignore The Poway Synagogue Shooter’s Manifesto: Pay Attention To 8chan’s /pol/ Board.” bellingcat, April 28, 2019. Mentions Atomwaffen (terrorist group); the coming race war; John Earnest (the Poway synagogue shooter); Earnest’s manifesto (expressing the hope that his attack would inspire new gun control measures which would in turn spark a civil war); James Mason (American neo-Nazi who urged autonomous terror attacks); PewDiePie (Felix Kjellberg, the YouTuber); /pol/ (an active discussion group on the 8chan website and a gathering place for online neo-Nazis); Siege (collection of writings by James Mason); Brenton Tarrant (the Christchurch Mosque shooter); and the Tree of Life Synagogue shooting. Full text.

Evans, Robert. “Yes, It’s (Still) OK To Call Ukraine’s C14 ‘Neo-Nazi.'” bellingcat, August 9, 2019. Mentions Azov movement (Ukrainian far-right movement); the Celtic cross (a common white supremacist, neo-Nazi symbol, particularly when used in a short “sun cross” version); the Christchurch shooter; Combat-18 (neo-Nazi group); Education Assembly (group linked to C14); the “14 words” (a well-known white supremacist, neo-Nazi slogan); Adolf Hitler; Yevhen Karas (founder and head of C14); “Knights of the City” (C14-linked street vigilante group); Serhiy Mazur (a C14 leader); “Meine Ehre heißt Treue” (“my honour is loyalty”) (the motto of the SS); Mykola Panchenko (co-founder of Education Assembly); “race war”; Dmytro Riznychenko (former member of C14); sig rune (the symbol of the SS); Sonnenrad (a well-known neo-Nazi symbol); Stormfront (neo-Nazi hate site); Tradition and Order (Ukrainian far-right group); Tyr rune (rune resembling an arrow pointing upwards, used on badges of the Sturmabteilung (Stormtroopers) training school in Nazi Germany as well as by a Waffen SS division); Unknown Patriot (Ukrainian far-right group); and Wotanjugend (Kyiv-based, Russian-Ukrainian neo-Nazi movement, affiliated with the Azov movement). Full text.

“Exposed: For Britain and the ‘White Genocide’ Conspiracy Theory.” HOPE not hate, 18 April 2019. Mentions Black Pigeon Speaks (alias of Felix Lace, white nationalist YouTuber); Brave New Europe? (Greenhough); British National Party (BNP); Lucy Brown (former aide to Tommy Robinson); Ingrid Carlqvist (Swedish anti-Muslim figure and Holocaust denier); Richard von Coudenhove-Kalergi (Austrian-Japanese politician alleged to have devised a long-term scheme to undermine the white race by encouraging immigration into Europe); For Britain Movement (anti-Muslim movement); Mick Greenhough (conspiracy theorist); “Kalergi plan” (conspiracy theory which alleges that there is a deliberate plan to undermine European white society by a campaign of mass immigration, integration and miscegenation conducted by sinister (and often Jewish) elites); Sonnenrad (nazi symbol); UKIP; Anne Marie Waters (head of the anti-Muslim For Britain Movement); “white genocide” conspiracy theory; and Stephen Yaxley-Lennon (AKA Tommy Robinson). Full text.

“An Eye on ‘The Base’: Transatlantic Militant Fascists Continue to Interact.” Right Response (HOPE not hate), 28 April 2019. On The Base, a militant fascist network formed in July 2018. Mentions accelerationism (the idea that the intensification of forces which one opposes will reveal their flaw to the public and cause their own collapse); the alt-right; Atomwaffen Division (militant fascist group); John Ausonius (Swedish shooter of 11 people with mostly immigrant backgrounds); Louis Beam (KKK member and populariser of the term ‘leaderless resistance’); Richard Butler (proponent of ‘the Butler Plan’); ‘the Butler Plan’ (the Northwest Territorial Imperative) (a plan to relocate far-right activists as well as general white population to the Northwest USA and ultimately declare it an independent white ethnostate); Léon Degrelle (founder of the fascist Rexist Party during WWII in Wallonia); Fascist Forge (recently launched militant fascist forum); Gab (the alt-right associated “free speech” social media platform); Identitarians; Augustus Invictus (alt-right figure); Iron March (now defunct militant fascist forum); Greg Johnson (alt-right figurehead); David Lane (the now deceased member of The Order); leaderless resistance (a tactic for carrying out violent attacks by small cells acting without direct hierarchical command); Matrix (encrypted chat platform); National Action (UK far-right terror group); Nordic Resistance Movement (Swedish nazi organisation); the North West Front (a far-right group in the Pacific Northwest USA); The Order (nazi terror group); the Pittsburgh shooting at the Tree of Life synagogue; prepping (the practice of preparation for a societal collapse); Siege (James Mason’s compendium which is a central text for Atomwaffen and The Base); SoCo (real name Matthew Blais) (supporter of The Base and a YouTuber); “Norman Spear” (founder of The Base); Richard Spencer; survivalism; The Turner Diaries (far-right text); Chris White (a British far-right blogger and podcaster); white separatism; Wire (chat platform); and “Roman Wolf” (spokesperson for The Base). Full text.

Faber, Sebastiaan, and Bécquer Seguín. “Spain’s Radical Right Is Here to Stay—but Did It Ever Leave?” The Nation, January 10, 2019. Full text.

Farber, Bernie M., and Evan Balgord. “Ottawa must go further in fighting right-wing extremism.” The Star (Toronto), Jan. 21, 2019. Full text.

Faris, David. “The spread of lone-wolf terrorism is no accident.” The Week Magazine, May 4, 2019. Full text.

Farrukh, Rashna. “The Rot Starts At The Top: The Problem With De-Platforming The Far-Right.” Junkee, 2 April 2019. Mentions Fraser Anning’s “final solution speech”; the Christchurch massacre; Blair Cottrell (far-right figure); 8chan (a social media platform with a largely far-right user-base); 4chan (a social media platform with a largely far-right user-base); Gab (a social media platform with a largely far-right user-base); Gabby the frog (former Gab logo); Pauline Hanson; Pepe the Frog (alt-right meme); and Pittsburgh Synagogue shooting (2018). Full text.

“Fascist Forge: A New Forum for Hate.” ADL Blog (Anti-Defamation League), January 15, 2019. Mentions Atomwaffen (violent U.S. white supremacist group); The Base (extreme white supremacist group); Anders Breivik (Norwegian white supremacist who killed 77 people in Norway in 2011); “Fascism 101” (10-part video series by Alexander Slavros); Fascist Forge (white supremacist online forum, founded by “Mathias” and launched in May 2018); Iron March (defunct fascist social networking platform, founded by Alexander Slavros); Mein Kampf (Adolf Hitler); David Lane (a member of The Order); Alisher Mukhitdinov, aka Alexander Slavros (Russian nationalist and founder of Iron March); The Order (white supremacist terrorist group); race war; Siege (James Mason); Sonnenkrieg Division (extreme white supremacist group); survivalism; and White Power (George Lincoln Rockwell). Full text.

Fekete, Liz. “Who facilitated the Christchurch terrorist’s journey through hate?” Institute of Race Relations, March 21, 2019. Full text.

Feldman, Matthew. “I have watched the rise of far-Right terrorism close up, and fear that the worst is yet to come.” The Telegraph, 22 March 2019. Excerpt. Full text.

Feldman, Matthew. “Pandering To The Far Right Is No Way To Counter Them.” HuffPost UK, 11 Feb. 2019. Full text.

Feldman, Matthew, and William Allchorn. “A Working Definition of Anti-Muslim Hatred – Summary.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, May 15, 2019. Full text.

Feldman, Matthew, and William Allchorn. “The DFLA: a(nother) new UK far right movement?” openDemocracy, 1 May 2019. Mentions Gerard Batten (UKIP leader); British National Party (now-moribund far right group); the Democratic Football Lads Alliance (DFLA) (anti-Muslim pressure group); the English Defence League (EDL) (the UK’s first anti-Muslim street movement); the Football Lads Alliance (FLA) (now-dormant anti-Muslim pressure group); For Britain (far right political party); Generation Identity (far-right group); Liberty GB party (Islamophobic political party); Pegida (direct-action social movement); race or religious-based ‘civil war’ in Britain; the Scottish defence league (direct-action social movement); UKIP (far right political party); the Welsh defence league (direct-action social movement); Paul Weston (Liberty GB party leader); Stephen Yaxley-Lennon (aka Tommy Robinson) (anti-Muslim bigot and a ‘grooming gangs’ advisor to the UKIP); and the Yellow Vests (direct-action social movement). Full text.

Feldman, Matthew, and William Allchorn. “Why we’re analysing radical-right narratives.” Countering the Radical Right series, openDemocracy, 14 May 2019. Full text.

Finchelstein, Federico. “Why far-right populists are at war with history.” The Washington Post, April 23, 2019. Full text.

Finn, John E. “How the alt-right corrupts the Constitution.” The Conversation, April 15, 2019. Full text.

Fitzgerald, Mary. “Europe’s far-right bid to take back ‘Christian Europe.'” openDemocracy, 24 May 2019. Full text.

Fitzgerald, Mary, and Claire Provost. “The American Dark Money Behind Europe’s Far Right.” NYR Daily, The New York Review of Books, July 10, 2019. Mentions Acton Institute (Grand Rapids, Michigan-based conservative Christian group); ActRight (U.S. “clearinghouse for conservative action”); Ignacio Arsuaga (leader of the CitizenGo group); Brexit referendum; Brian Brown (CitizenGo board member, head of the National Organization for Marriage, International Organization for Family leader, and a prominent anti-LGBT activist); “Christian Europe”; CitizenGo group (Madrid-based organization known for its online petitions against same-sex marriage, sex education, and abortion); cultural Marxists; culture war; DeVos family; Dignitatis Humanae Institute (conservative think tank, of which Steve Bannon is a patron); “feminazis”; “gender ideology”; Antonio Gramsci (Italian Communist leader); Heartbeat International (Columbus, Ohio-based pioneer of “crisis pregnancy centers”and operator of a worldwide network of “affiliated pregnancy help centers”); Koch brothers; Law and Justice party (Polish anti-abortion party); Marine le Pen (National Rally party leader); Lega Nord (now known only as Lega) (Italian nationalist party); Manhattan Declaration (a manifesto written by American activists of the religious right); Il Movimento per la vita (Italian anti-abortion network); National Front (now rebranded as the National Rally party) (French far right party); National Front conference in France; Viktor Orbán (Hungary’s prime minister and self-styled champion of illiberal democracy); Darian Rafie (American political operative and Brian Brown’s partner at ActRight); Matteo Salvini (Italy’s interior minister); Jay Sekulow (one of President Trump’s personal attorneys); Robert Sirico (Acton’s founder); Steve Turley (Christian conservative writer and YouTube personality); Vox (Spanish far-right party); and the World Congress of Families (annual ultra-conservative summit, held this year in Verona). Full text and here.

Forchtner, Bernhard. “The National Ecosystem: Radical Right and Biodiversity.” Fair Observer, March 14, 2019. Full text.

Forchtner, Bernhard. “What the Radical Right Thinks About Climate Change.” Fair Observer, June 6, 2019. Full text and here.

“4chan’s YouTube: A Fringe Perspective on YouTube’s Great Purge of 2019.” OILab, 17 June 2019. Full text.

Franco, Hugo. “Life After Hate: The New Fight on Social Networks.” Eye on Radicalization, 15 May 2019. Full text.

Freedland, Jonathan, and Mehdi Hasan. “Muslims and Jews face a common threat from white supremacists. We must fight it together.” The Guardian, 3 Apr. 2019. Full text.

“From EFL to EDL: Far Right Extremism’s Pollution of Football.” The Two Unfortunates, Jan. 30, 2019. Mentions Gerald Batten (UK Independence Party leader); Bulldog (the paper of the young NF); Ian Crossland (anti-Muslim member of the English Defence League); Nigel Farage; Football Lads Alliance (FLA) (anti-immigrant, anti-Islam group, later to be largely succeeded by the Democratic Football Lads Alliance (DFLA)); the ‘Free Tommy Robinson’ campaign; Generation Identity (far-right group); the National Front (NF) (fascist group); Darren Osborne (convicted driver who ran his van into a group of Muslims); the Racial Volunteer Force (far-right group); Tommy Robinson (real name, Stephen Yaxley-Lennon) (founder of the English Defence League and former British National Party member); Matteo Salvini (Italian Lega Nord politician); and the White Pendragons (far-right group). Full text.

Gais, Hannah. “Leaked Emails Show How White Nationalists Have Infiltrated Conservative Media.”  Splinter, August 29, 2019.  Mentions Geoff Anders (founder of Leverage Research); Andrew Anglin (of The Daily Stormer); anti-Semitism; Jim Antle (the Caller’s former managing editor); Jonah Bennett (“Aimless Gromar”) (former Daily Caller employee); Breitbart (right-wing outlet); Peter Brimelow (head of VDARE); David Brooks (the Caller’s former managing editor [not the columnist of the same name]); Camp of the Saints (racist European novel fantasizing about a migrant takeover); Tucker Carlson (the Caller’s founder); the Charlemagne Institute (Minnesota-based conservative educational institution); Claremont Institute (California-based, conservative institute); Charlie Copeland (ISI president); The Daily Stormer (neo-Nazi blog); Kevin DeAnna (former head of Youth for Western Civilization); F. Roger Devlin (“HBD Chick”) (“alt-right” pseudo-intellectual and “scientific” racism proponent); (((echoes))) (anti-Semitic meme commonly associated with the “alt-right”); John Elliott (Daily Caller journalist and former Charlemagne Institute employee); Mike Enoch (white nationalist behind The Right Stuff); Marcus Epstein (former GOP operative); Devin Foley (co-founder and CEO of the Charlemagne Institute); the 14 words; Paul Gottfried (far-right political theorist); Scott Greer (“Michael McGregor”) (former Caller editor and the managing editor of Radix Journal); “group evolutionary strategy” (the Jews’s alleged strategy to outcompete non-Jews); Hestia Society for Social Studies (think tank co-founded by Jonah Bennett and Bryce Laliberte); Heather Heyer (anti-fascist protester, killed in the deadly Charlottesville rally in 2017); Adolf Hitler; Holocaust denial; The Institute for Humane Studies (IHS) (libertarian, higher-education-focused institute); Intellectual Takeout (conservative website run by the Charlemagne Institute); Intercollegiate Studies Institute (ISI) (conservative institute); David Irving (Holocaust denier and noted Hitler appreciator); “Jewish Question” (“JQ”) (a term used by racists and anti-Semites to refer to the idea that Jews pose an existential threat to whites); “Jews will not replace us!” (white nationalist chant); Kurt Kehl (IHS communications director); Andrew Kerr (investigative reporter for the Daily Caller News Foundation); Jason Kessler (Unite the Right organizer); Steve King (white nationalist politician); Ku Klux Klan; Tomi Lahren (conservative commentator); Bryce Laliberte (co-founder of the Hestia Society for Social Studies); Leverage Research (Silicon Valley-based eclectic think tank, founded by Geoff Anders); Kevin MacDonald (anti-Semitic professor emeritus at California State University, Long Beach); Katie McHugh (former Breitbart editor and “alt-right” member); Gavin McInnes (head of the Proud Boys); H.L. Mencken Club (club associated with the birth of the term “alt-right”); Ilana Mercer (South African-born paleoconservative writer and frequent Caller contributor); the National Policy Institute (NPI) (Richard Spencer’s white nationalist think tank); neoreaction (also known as “NRx”) (anti-egalitarian and anti-democratic internet movement, many of whose proponents advocate a return to monarchy or other autocratic forms of government); Palladium (online-only magazine founded by Jonah Bennett); Neil Patel (the Daily Caller’s publisher); Pepe the Frog (a cartoon frog that was co-opted by white nationalist internet trolls); Brittany Pettibone (far-right conspiracy theorist, wife of Martin Sellner, and self-styled “expert” on the Pizzagate conspiracy theory); the Proud Boys (far-right hate group); Radix Journal (white nationalist journal, run by Richard Spencer); The Right Stuff (virulently antisemitic and racist site); Steve Sailer (ex-National Review writer and blogger for white nationalist and white nationalist-adjacent sites); Devin Saucier (white nationalist activist and American Renaissance contributor); Martin Sellner (European white nationalist leader ); Ian M. Smith (former DHS official); Robby Soave (Reason reporter); Social Matter (online neoreactionary journal); Richard Spencer (white nationalist); Nick Steves (neoreactionary writer); Stormfront (white supremacist forum); Jared Taylor (head of American Renaissance); Thiel Foundation (supporter of Leverage Research); Donald Trump; Donald Trump Jr.; Turning Point USA (campus conservative group); Unite the White rally (Charlottesville, 2017); VDARE (white supremacist site); Kathryn Watson (CBS reporter); “Western Civilization”; white nationalists; white supremacists; Rick Wilson (conservative political commentator and strategist); Milo Yiannopoulos (conservative commentator and far-right troll); and Emily Youcis (white nationalist troll).  Full text.

Ganesh, Bharath. “Content moderation and censorship: can we handle a double standard?” openDemocracy, 29 May 2019. Full text.

Ganesh, Bharath. “How the swarm of white extremism spreads itself online.” The Spinoff, March 28, 2019. Mentions the Christchurch attack; The Christchurch terrorist’s manifesto; Senator Ted Cruz; the Eurabia thesis (the theory that Muslims are “invading” Europe and are a fifth column waiting to take control of the continent); MEP Nigel Farage; Finsbury Park Mosque attack (London, 2017); Le Grand Remplacement (The Great Replacement) (the theory of death of the white “European” people, introduced by Renaud Camus); Identitarians; “race realists”; Donald Trump; and “white genocide” (the theory of the eradication of European culture by declining birth rates in Western countries and the settlement of non-white populations in Western countries). Full text.

Ghitis, Frida. “Why the Once-Rising Far Right Is Now Waning in the Netherlands.” World Politics Review, Aug. 22, 2019. Excerpt.

Givens, Terri E. “Euro-election results 2019: a wake-up call to traditional parties.” openDemocracy, 3 June 2019. Full text and here.

Givens, Terri. “Racism Is A Core Component Of The Radical Right.” Rantt, January 17, 2019. Full text and here.

Givens, Terri E. “The radical right, immigration and the future of the EU.” openDemocracy, 14 February 2019. Full text.

Givens, Terri. “The Shifting Norms that Threaten Our Democracy.” Fair Observer, May 2, 2019. On the changing norms which have a negative impact on the acceptance of people from different cultures and religions. Full text.

Givens, Terri. “Trump’s Executive Order Encourages Hate Speech Under Guise Of Free Speech.” Rantt, March 26, 2019. Full text.

Goodman, Carly. “John Tanton has died. He made America less open to immigrants — and more open to Trump.” The Washington Post, July 18, 2019. Mentions “The Camp of the Saints” (the racist French novel that has inspired the alt-right); the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) (an independent-seeming “think tank” founded by Tanton); Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) (anti-immigration group launched by Tanton in 1979); the Immigration Reform Law Institute (IRLI) (Tanton-supported organization); Klan Border Watch (violent anti-immigration group founded by David Duke); the 1965 Immigration Act; NumbersUSA (Tanton-supported organization); “passive eugenics”; population control; Social Contract Press (Tanton’s press which published an English language edition of “The Camp of the Saints”); Dan Stein (FAIR President); U.S. English (an organization launched by Tanton that advocated for “official English” policies in states across the country); white nationalism. Full text.

Göpffarth, Julian. “Can left nationalism stop the rise of the far-right in Germany?” openDemocracy, 24 January 2019. Full text and here.

Göpffarth, Julian. “What Germany’s ‘Green Wave’ Means.” Fair Observer, May 28, 2019. Full text.

Gorcenski, Emily. “The Proud Boys: A Republican Party Street Gang.” Political Research Associates, 28 Feb. 2019. Full text.

Gorman, Andy. “The new academies for Europe’s far right.” New Statesman, 20 May 2019. On Marion Maréchal, niece of Marine Le Pen, and Steve Bannon opening their own universities. Mentions Cardinal Burke (anti-homosexual priest and president of the DHI’s advisory board); “cultural war”; Nirj Deva (British Conservative MEP and DHI leader); Dignitatis Humanae Institute (DHI) (Catholic-fundamentalist think-tank); “Gladiator School” (Steve Bannon’s school near Trisulti, Italy); Benjamin Harnwell (DHI leader); “the homosexual agenda”; Institute of Social, Economic and Political Sciences (ISSEP) (school opened by Marion Maréchal in June 2018 in Lyon, France); Raheem Kassam (former London editor for Breitbart and a member of ISSEP’s board); and the World Congress of Families (a coalition that promotes Christian values and opposes abortions and gay marriage). Full text.

Graham-Harrison, Emma. “Far-right Facebook groups ‘spreading hate to millions in Europe.'” The Guardian, 22 May 2019. Full text.

Greenblatt, Jonathan A. “Right-wing killings eclipsed all other extremist-related murders in 2018. The numbers don’t lie.” Jewish Telegraphic Agency, January 24, 2019. Full text and here.

Grossman, Michele. “Radicalisation Blog Series: Michele Grossman examines the perceived asymmetry between Islamist-inspired and far-right violent extremism.” UWA Public Policy Institute, University News (The University of Western Australia), 7 June 2019. Full text.

Hajdarpasic, Edin. “How a Serbian war criminal became an icon of white nationalism.” The Washington Post, March 20, 2019. Mentions Anders Breivik (Norwegian terrorist who killed 77 people in a 2011 attack); a global “clash of civilizations”; Islamophobia; Radovan Karadzic (former Bosnian Serb leader and convicted war criminal); Slobodan Milosevic; non-white “invaders”; Brenton Tarrant (the suspect in the massacre in New Zealand); Srdja Trifkovic (conspiracy theorist); and white supremacists. Full text.

Halikiopoulou, Daphne. “Understanding the far-right populists: focus on their political message.” Social Europe, 16 May 2019. Full text.

Hall, Ben, and Ralph Atkins. “Sebastian Kurz: saviour of Europe’s mainstream or friend of the far-right?” Financial Times, January 5, 2019. Full text.

Hall, Daniel. “Inside the sinister world of ‘far right’ Woden’s Folk cult who hold secret hooded ceremonies by torchlight at National Trust sites round the UK.” The Sun, 20 Aug. 2019. Mentions Anders Breivik (Norwegian mass killer); British National Party (BNP); Geoffrey Dunn (pseudonym Wulf Ingessunu) (founder of Woden’s Folk in 1998); Garron Helm (anti-Semite and former member of National Action); London Forum (extreme right organisation, previously described as white supremacist); National Action (now-banned extremist group); Odinists (worshipers of the Norse war god Odin); Troy Southgate (former member of the National Front; edits Wodenist literature); Swastika tree carvings at Wayland’s Smithy; Brenton Tarrant (Christchurch mosque shooter); and Woden’s Folk (Odinist group that makes use of far-right tropes and symbols). Full text.

Hall, David. “Counterterrorism experts on why we must engage with online extremists.” New Zealand Listener, 22 May 2019. Full text.

Hamm, Mark S., and Ramón Spaaij. “Understanding the El Paso Massacre.” Columbia University Press Blog, August 14, 2019. Defining lone wolf terrorism as political violence perpetrated by individuals who act alone; who do not belong to an organized terrorist group or network; who act without the direct influence of a leader or hierarchy; and whose tactics and methods are directed by the individual without any outside command. Mentions Patrick Crusius (alleged El Paso shooter); Hispanic invasion of Texas; and “red flag” laws (laws allowing the police to confiscate firearms from people who are deemed by a judge to be a danger to themselves or others due to suicidal thoughts). Full text.

Harper, Jo.  “Soros’ Polish Media Acquisition Gets Old Dogs Whistling.” Forbes, Feb. 22, 2019. Full text.

Hartleb, Florian. “The far right in power in Estonia: A crisis of values or democracy?” Emerging Europe, April 22, 2019. Full text.

Hayden, Michael Edison. “Mysterious Neo-Nazi Advocated Terrorism for Six Years Before Disappearance.” Southern Poverty Law Center, May 21, 2019. On “Alexander Slavros,” a pseudonymous Eastern European essayist and founder of the neo-fascist forum Iron March. Full text.

Hayden, Michael Edison. “U.S. State Department Official Involved in White Nationalist Movement, Hatewatch Determines.” Southern Poverty Law Center, August 7, 2019. On Matthew Q. Gebert (foreign affairs officer assigned to the Bureau of Energy Resources and a leader of “D.C. Helicopter Pilots”). Mentions accelerationism (white nationalist neo-Nazi term for hastening the collapse of Western civilization as a prelude to building an all-white country for non-Jews); “alt-right” movement; “bowl culture” (the veneration of convicted killer Dylann Roof who sported a bowl-shaped haircut); “D.C. Helicopter Pilots” (a Washington, D.C., and Northern Virginia-based organizing chapter of Michael Peinovich’s The Right Stuff network); death flights (a form of extrajudicial killing practiced by Pinochet’s loyalists by dropping political opponents from airplanes or helicopters); “Fash the Nation” (white nationalist podcast); “The Fatherland” (white nationalist podcast); James Alex Fields (murderer of Heather Heyer); the “14 Words” (a popular saying with neo-Nazis and white nationalists); “Marcus Halberstram” (pseudonymous co-host of”Fash the Nation”); David Irving (Holocaust-denying author and historian); the “Jewish question” (the false belief that Jews secretly control the world through acts of nefarious manipulation); “naming the Jew” (singling out the names of Jewish people who white antisemites believe have done harm to the white race); National Policy Institute (think tank overseen by Richard Spencer); Paul Nehlen (white supremacist and former Republican candidate for Congress); Michael Peinovich (white nationalist podcaster); Augusto Pinochet ( late Chilean dictator); “The Public Square” (white nationalist podcast); The Right Stuff (white nationalism-focused forum); “Spectre” (Trey Garrison) (white nationalist engaged in the harassment campaigns of women, reporters and minorities on Twitter); Richard Spencer (American white nationalist); Donald Trump; “Ricky Vaughn” (Douglass Mackey) (alt-right personality and podcast host); Anna Vuckovic (Gebert’s wife and alleged white nationalist blogger and Twitter personality under the name “Wolfie James”); Vanguard America (neo-Nazi group); and “Ricky Vaughn” (internet personality). Full text.

Hegedüs, Daniel. “Can the right in East and West unite?” International Politics and Society – IPS, 27 May 2019. Full text.

Henderson, Archie. “George Soros Targeted By Anti-Semitic Meme That Predates The Nazis.” Rantt, April 27, 2019. Full text and here.

Hermansson, Patrik. “Matteo Salvini is spearheading an ultra-right alliance to cause havoc across the EU.” The Independent, 26 May 2019. Full text.

Hesse, Monica. “Wolfie James and the insidious role of female white nationalists.” The Washington Post, August 14, 2019. Mentions Matthew Gebert (suspended State Department official and alleged covert operator of a Washington-area chapter of a white nationalist organization); “Wolfie James” (pseudonym for Gebert’s wife, a supporter of the white nationalist cause); “red pilling” (the art of luring recruits by convincing them of the superiority of white men in the face of an evil cultural conspiracy against them); “shield maiden” (term for an alt-right woman who must head into battle like a mythical Scandinavian woman-warrior to defend the white supremacist vision of the home); Richard Spencer (white nationalist); and the “Unite the Right” rally (Charlottesville, August 2017). Full text and here.

Hockenos, Paul. “Is There a Secret Recipe for Preventing Far-Right Populism?” Foreign Policy, May 9, 2019. Full text.

Hoffman, Bruce. “Back to the Future: the Return of Violent Far-right Terrorism in the Age of Lone Wolves.” War on the Rocks, April 2, 2019. Mentions Louis Beam (Vietnam War veteran and former Grand Dragon of the Texas Ku Klux Klan who devised the lone wolf strategy and pioneered the use of computer bulletin boards in the 1980s); the Christchurch attack; “The Great Replacement” (Christchurch gunman’s 74-page manifesto); the Pittsburgh synagogue shootings; and the white supremacist movement. Full text.

Hoffman, Bruce. “How Serious Is White Nationalist Terrorism?” Council on Foreign Relations, March 29, 2019. Full text.

Holt, Jared. “White Nationalists Adopt Clowns as Their Next Racist Symbol (Yes, Seriously).” Right Wing Watch, April 4, 2019. Mentions the “alt-right”; “black pilling” (bleak, nihilistic worldview of accepting a negative outcome and wrenching whatever possible out of the system); Christopher Cantwell; David Duke; 4chan; “Goy Talk” (a new web-based white nationalist podcast); “great replacement” (conspiracy theory alleging a plan to replace white people in their “homelands”); “Honk Honk” or “Honkler” (the Pepe the Frog meme drawn as a clown); Patrick Little; Martina Markota (Rebel Media personality); “Microchip” (pseudonym of a pro-Trump far-right troll); Siege (James Mason’s book advocating mass-organized violence); and white nationalism. Full text.

Holt, Jared. “With YouTuber Line-up, American Renaissance Places its Bets on ‘Optics.'” Right Wing Watch, January 30, 2019. Mentions James Allsup (alt-right podcaster); “alt-right” movement; American Renaissance (white nationalist organization founded by Jared Taylor in 1990); American Renaissance annual conference (Burns, Tennessee, May 17-19, 2019); Patrick Casey (executive director of Identity Evropa and a frequent contributor to Red Ice TV); Sam Dickson (attorney and white nationalist advocate); Nicholas Fuentes (“America First” host on YouTube); Faith Goldy (“Canada First” host on YouTube); Identity Evropa (campus-based white nationalist group); Rep. Steve King; Lana Lokteff (host of 3Fourteen and co-host of Red Ice TV); Stefan Molyneux (alt-right propagandist and YouTube personality); Brittany Pettibone (YouTube personality); The Rebel (right-wing Canadian outlet); Red Ice TV (alt-right YouTube channel); Right Side Broadcasting Network; “scientific racism”; Ayla Stewart (white nationalist YouTube personality); Jared Taylor (editor of American Renaissance); Unite The Right rally (Charlottesville, Virginia, 2017); “white genocide” (the notion that white culture is erased and white property endangered when whites occupy a minority status); and the white nationalist movement. Full text.

Horowitz, Jason. “As Pope Francis Champions Migrants, Some Cardinals Court the Far Right.” The New York Times, June 22, 2019. Mentions Cardinal Raymond Burke (ultraconservative prelate); Cardinal Willem Eijk (archbishop of Utrecht in the Netherlands and a conservative prelate); Cardinal Gerhard Ludwig Müller (conservative prelate and former top doctrinal watchdog in the Roman Catholic Church); “Muslim migrant invasion”; Northern League (Matteo Salvini’s party); Matteo Salvini (far-right Italian politician and Italy’s anti-migrant, nationalist interior minister); and Cardinal Robert Sarah of Guinea (anti-migration prelate). Full text.

Hughes, Brian.  “The Radical Right Is Finding New Ways To Communicate Online.” Rantt, August 30, 2019.  Full text.

Hutchinson, Jade. “The Rise Of Radical Right Extremism In Trump’s America.” Rantt, January 10, 2019. Full text and here.

“Insights from the Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right’s Inaugural Conference in London.” Tech Against Terrorism, June 6, 2019. Full text.

Izzo, Sam. “Karl-Heinz Hoffmann’s Secret History Links Neo-Nazis With Palestinian Terror.” Tablet Magazine, June 18, 2019. Mentions Udo Albrecht (German freelance criminal); Der Dritte Weg party (The Third Way) (German far-right party); Haj Amin el Husseini (the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem); Freikorps Adolf Hitler (a militia of neofascists, led by Udo Albrecht); Francois Genoud (Swiss financier who worked with the Nazis during WWII); Odfried Hepp (German neofascist, a former member of the Sports Group, and co-founder of the Kexel-Hepp Group); Adolf Hitler; Karl-Heinz Hoffmann (one of Germany’s most notorious neofascists and founder of the Wehrsportgruppe Hoffmann (Hoffmann Sports Group)); Walther Kexel (German neofascist and co-founder of the Kexel-Hepp Group); Kexel-Hepp Group (German neofascist group); and the Wehrsportgruppe Hoffmann (Hoffmann Sports Group) (German neofascist paramilitary organization, officially banned by the West German government). Full text.

Jackson, John. “Arthur Jensen and His Nazi Friends.” Fardels Bear, June 7, 2019. Mentions Willis Carto (the leading antisemitic organizer in the post-World War II United States); domestic apartheid; Wickliffe Draper (Pioneer Fund’s founder); Hans F.K. Günther (Nazi race theorist); “heritability”; Arthur Jensen (psychologist and racial science exponent); Robert Kuttner (American racist); Roger Pearson (racial science exponent); the Pioneer Fund (pro-segregation funding agency); Quillette; white supremacists; race and IQ debate; “race realists”; racial hygiene; Right (Willis Carto’s newspaper); scientific racism; William Shockley (racial science exponent); Western Destiny (magazine edited by Willis Carto and Roger Pearson). Full text.

Jackson, John. “Undead Race Science.” Fardels Bear, June 5, 2019. Full text.

Jackson, Paul. “Cultic milieus and the extreme right.” openDemocracy, 9 May 2019. Full text.

Jamal, Urooba. “How Right-Wing Extremism Has Changed the Lives of Canadian Muslim Women.” VICE, May 23, 2019. Full text.

Johnson, Bethan. “Cancel Morrissey? – controversy over music and free speech.” openDemocracy, 17 July 2019. Full text.

Johnson, Bethan. “Tracking German Neo-Nazism Through Music.” Fair Observer, January 3, 2019. Full text and here.

Jones, Christopher. “Does the American Military Have a Problem with Far-right Extremism?” Pacific Standard, Mar. 26, 2019. Full text and here.

Jones, Daniel. “The Far Right Has a History of Infiltrating the British Army.” Fair Observer, March 21, 2019. Full text.

Jones, Owen. “Why we need to talk about the media’s role in far-right radicalisation.” The Guardian, 28 Mar. 2019. Full text.

Jukes, Peter. “The Transatlantic Triumph of Trumpism: Boris Johnson – A Plan Years in the Making.” Byline Times, 21 June 2019. Mentions AIQ (an offshoot of Cambridge Analytica); Steve Bannon (former executive director of the ‘Alt Right’ Breitbart publications and Donald Trump’s former campaign manager); Donal Blaney (YBF founder); Breitbart; Breitbart London; Brexit; Britain’s Future (pro-Brexit organisation); Cambridge Analytica (Bannon’s now defunct UK electioneering machine); David Cameron (UK Prime Minister); City AM (London’s pro-Brexit business daily newspaper); Mark Clarke (YBF’s director of outreach and organiser of the Roadtrip Battlebus for young volunteers); Harry Cole (deputy political editor of the Mail on Sunday and former news editor for the Guido Fawkes blog); Conservative Way Forward; Sir Lynton Crosby (advisor to Boris Johnson); Alex Deane (YBF director of research and head of the Grassroots Out movement); Matthew Elliott (Taxpayers’ Alliance leader and executive director of Boris Johnson’s Vote Leave campaign); EU Referendum; Nigel Farage (former UKIP leader and Leave EU figurehead); Guido Fawkes blog; Grassroots Out movement (movement which formed the basis for the Leave.EU campaign); Daniel Hannan (YBF president and Eurosceptic Member of the European Parliament); Henry Jackson Society; Internet Research Agency (online social media propaganda company set up by Yevgeny Prigozhin); Boris Johnson (former mayor of London, former Foreign Secretary, and leader of the Vote Leave campaign); Elliott Johnson (YBF activist); Raheem Kassam (conservative activist, campaigns manager for the Henry Jackson Society, editor of Breitbart London, and UKIP aide); Mainstream Network (pro-Brexit organisation); Christian May (City AM editor); Theresa May; Alan Mendoza (director of the Henry Jackson Society); Robert Mercer (US hedge fund billionaire and YAF funder; founder of Renaissance Technologies/Cambridge Analytica); MessageSpace (data gathering and political campaigning company founded by Paul Staines and Jag Singh); METIS (WESS Digital’s political database); Tim Montgomerie (formerly The Times comment editor); Douglas Murray (of the Henry Jackson Society); Alexander Nix (SCL Elections official); Yevgeny Prigozhin (Putin’s close associate); Vladimir Putin; Matthew Richardson (YBF’s executive director, reportedly Robert Mercer’s lawyer in the UK, and UKIP secretary); Roadtrip Battlebus (organisation for young volunteers, organised by Mark Clarke); Russia Today (later RT) (largely considered a state-led Russian propaganda network); Konstantin Rykov (Putin’s “internet guru”); SCL Elections (electioneering and digital operations company, founded by Chris Wylie and Alexander Nix); Paul Staines (of Guido Fawkes); Taxpayers’ Alliance; President Donald Trump; UKIP; Mark Wallace (of the Institute of Directors and the Taxpayers’ Alliance, eventually editor of Conservative Home); WESS Digital (digital campaign operation founded by Paul Staines, Matthew Elliott, Andrew Whitehurst, and Jag Singh); Chris Wylie (SCL Elections official); Young Americas Foundation (YAF) (California-based movement heavily funded by Robert Mercer); and Young Britons Foundation (YBF) (youth insurgency movement within the Conservative Party, founded in 2003 as an offshoot of the Young Americas Foundation (YAF)). Full text.

Junes, Tom. “Poland’s political predicament.” openDemocracy, 4 June 2019. On Law and Justice (PiS), a Polish radical right party, and its two junior coalition partners, running together as the Zjednoczona Prawica (United Right) bloc. Full text.

Jupskås, Anders Ravik. “The Scandinavian far right hardly contributes to the new Salvini-alliance.” “Right Now!” blog, C-REX – Center for Research on Extremism, May 20, 2019. Full text.

Jupskås, Anders Ravik. “Why did the Danish People’s Party lose more than fifty percent of its votes?” “Right Now!” blog, C-REX – Center for Research on Extremism, June 6, 2019. Full text.

Kallis, Aristotle. “The far right’s weaponisation of history.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, April 22, 2019. Full text.

Kallis, Aristotle. “The return of fascism? Why this is the wrong question to ask.” PMP Magazine (PoliticsMeansPolitics), 20 Apr. 2019. Full text.

Kamel, Zachary, Martin Patriquin, and Alheli Picazo. “Maxime Bernier’s alt-right problem.” The Star (Toronto), Feb. 8, 2019. Mentions alt-right movement (a loose movement of white nationalists, white supremacists and neo-Nazis, self-styled militias and anti-government extremists; anti-immigration, closed-border activists and anti-Muslim fanatics; conspiracists, culture warriors, men’s rights activists, anti-feminists and societal traditionalists); anti-diversity; anti-immigration; anti-multiculturalism; anti-Muslim; anti-political correctness; Bernardo “Dixon” Garcia (The Ensign Hour co-host); Maxime Bernier (PPC founder and leader and former Conservative MP who declared “the death of political correctness in Canada”); Ronny Cameron (self-described white nationalist); Conservative Party (Canadian political party); “Cracker Jack” (Tyler Hall-Kuch) (The Ensign Hour co-host); “cultural Marxism”; Clinton Desveaux (PPC executive director); Joanne Dinelle (anti-Muslim former PPC Montreal-area riding association executive member); 88 Minutes (now-defunct racist podcast); The Ensign Hour (Canadian white nationalist podcast, named after Canada’s official flag prior to 1965); “entryism” (alt-right strategy for the infiltration and overtaking of political parties); “European homeland”; “14 words” slogan (a core tenet of the neo-Nazi movement); Faith Goldy (alt-right media personality and Toronto mayoral candidate); Nicola Hanson (anti-Islamic former PPC Ontario organizer); Hitler; Ku Klux Klan; Steven Luft (anti-refugee former president of the UCP’s Calgary Bow constituency association); Martin Masse (PPC spokesperson); National Party (Australian political party); National Rally (Marine Le Pen’s political party); People’s Party of Canada (PPC) (new Canadian political party); Andrew Scheer (Conservative Party leader); Matt Solberg (UCP spokesperson); Emil Sosnin (anti-Semitic former PPC Thornhill riding association executive member); Richard Spencer (American alt-right leader who coined the term “alt-right”); Adam Strashok (anti-Semitic and white supremacist former UCP member); Leigh Stuart (anti-migrant former PPC Niagara-area riding association vice-president); Donald Trump; United Conservative Party (UCP) (Alberta’s populist party); UKIP; “Western values” (white heritage, culture and demographics); and “white genocide.” Full text.

Kaplan, Alex. “Trump Invited Conspiracy Theorists, Extremists, and Bigots to the White House Social Media Summit.” Media Matters for America, 9 July 2019. Full text.

Katz, Rita. “New Zealand Shooting: White Supremacists and Jihadists Feed Off Each Other.” Daily Beast, March 20, 2019. Full text.

Kendziorek, Piotr.  “Anti-Semitism in Poland before and after World War II.”  Compendium, Emanuel Ringelblum Jewish Historical Institute, 2019?.  Full text.

Kerbaj, Richard, and Tony Allen-Mill. “White neo-Nazis — Britain’s next wave of terror.” The Sunday Times, March 24, 2019. Excerpt.

Khan, Omar, and 47 others. “Islamophobia definition is no threat to free speech” [letter to the editor]. The Guardian, 17 May 2019. Full text.

Khan, Sara. “Lead Commissioner’s speech to the Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Conference.” News and communications, 16 May 2019. Full text.

King, Elizabeth. “Why Fascists Storm Bookstores.” The Nation, May 20, 2019. Full text.

Klasa, Adrienne, Valerie Hopkins, Guy Chazan, Henry Foy, and Miles Johnson. “Russia’s long arm reaches to the right in Europe.” Financial Times, May 22, 2019. Full text.

Komska, Yuliya. “In Search of an Anti-Fascist Language.” Boston Review, May 17, 2019. Full text.

Kondor, Katherine. “The Hungarian paradigm shift: how right-wing are Fidesz supporters?” openDemocracy, 30 January 2019. On the rise in far-right support for Fidesz and the decline of far-right support for Jobbik as reflected in European Social Survey data from 2015 and 2017. Full text.

Koslowski, Max. “Australia’s far-right moves to shadowy messaging service amid crackdown on digital giants.” The Sydney Morning Herald, March 20, 2019. Mentions the alt-right; Robert Bowers (anti-semitic terrorist and Pittsburgh synagogue killer); Mike Cernovich; Blair Cottrell (Australian neo-Nazi leader); Ann Coulter; 8chan (alternate social media platform); Neil Erikson (Australian neo-Nazi leader); 4chan (alternate social media platform); Gab (messaging service founded by Andrew Torba and used by extremists); Alex Jones; Kiwi Farms (alternate social media platform); Stefan Molyneux; Lauren Southern; Brenton Tarrant (alleged Christchurch mosque killer); Donald Trump; Ricky Vaughn (pseudonym); Voat (alternate social media platform); and Milo Yiannopoulos (alt-right contrarian). Full text.

Kotch, Alex, and Jared Holt. “Koch Network Alums Are Going Full-On White Nationalist.” Edited by Donald Shaw and Kristen Doerer. Sludge, May 30, 2019. On Identity Evropa members linked to the Koch network and on the far right political world as radicalizing people into white nationalism. Mentions Alliance Defending Freedom (anti-LGBTQ hate group); Americans for Prosperity (political nonprofit co-founded by Art Pope and Charles and David Koch); the Austrian school of economics; Campaign for Liberty (nonprofit founded by Ron Paul); Campus Reform (conservative website operated by the Leadership Institute); Concerned Taxpayers of America (Michigan ballot measure committee); Betsy DeVos (Education secretary); Donors Capital Fund (sister fund of Donors Trust); Donors Trust (a dark-money vehicle favored by the Koch family); the Foundation for Applied Conservative Leadership (conservative group); the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) (a conservative, free-market think tank and a Koch-backed organization); Identity Evropa (rebranded as the American Identity Movement) (white nationalist group in the United States, based near Washington, D.C.); Institute for Humane Studies (IHS) (Koch-funded institution); Institute for Market Studies (Mississippi State University) (Koch-funded institute); the “Jewish Question” conspiracy theory; Charles Koch (oil executive and member of the IHS board of directors); the Charles Koch Foundation; the Charles Koch Institute; Leadership Institute (Koch-funded organization); League of the South (neo-Confederate organization); “Leesburg Grid” (a communications strategy taught to conservative activists at the Leadership Institute); Leonard Liggio (conservative think-tanker); Derek Magill (speaker at an IHS event and a member of Identity Evropa); Ludwig von Mises (Austrian free-market economist); Mises Academy (institution run by the Mises Institute); Mises Institute (Austrian economics think tank); Sen. Rand Paul; Ron Paul (former libertarian Congressman and a member of the Mises Institute board); Jordan Peterson (conservative commentator); Art Pope (discount store magnate, an IHS board member, and a co-founder of Americans for Prosperity); Ben Shapiro (Jewish conservative media star); John Templeton Foundation (conservative organization); Donald Trump; Richard Uhlein (shipping supplies magnate and a patron of Koch-backed political groups); the Unite the Right rally (2017 rally in Charlottesville, Virginia); Alex Witoslawski (former regional field coordinator for the Leadership Institute and a member of Identity Evropa); Young Americans for Liberty (libertarian student group); and the Young Americans for Liberty Foundation. Full text and here.

Laaroussi, Mohammed Issam.  “Rethinking Counterterrorism Strategies for Facing the Far-Right and Islamic Extremism.” European Eye on Radicalization, 14 Aug. 2019.  Full text.

Lambert, Stephen. “What Now for Prevent? Anti-Radicalisation Strategy must Be Reformed Not Scrapped.” FE News, 28 January 2019. Full text.

Lamoureux, Mack. “In the End, a Quebec Far-Right Group’s Biggest Enemy Was Themselves.” VICE, June 20, 2019. On La Meute, a Canadian far-right group. Full text.

Lamoureux, Mack, and Ben Makuch. “Online Neo-Nazis Are Increasingly Embracing Terror Tactics.” VICE, Jan. 28, 2019. Full text.

Landini, Irene, and Aldo Paparo.  “Italy: Complete overturn among government partners – the League doubles, the M5S is halved.”  CISE, 3 June 2019.  Full text.

Lang, Marissa J. “Beyond Politics and Prose: White nationalists target bookstores, libraries in protests nationwide.” The Washington Post, April 29, 2019. Mentions American Identity Movement (white-nationalist group, formed in March 2019 and headquartered in the Washington area); Patrick Casey (co-founder of American Identity Movement); Identity Evropa (an organization that has sought to recruit college students and young conservatives); and Jonathan M. Metzl (author of Dying of Whiteness and the subject of a flash protest at an author chat). Full text.

Langley, Andrew, and Ott Ummelas. “Europe’s Newest Finance Minister Wants to Keep His Country White.” Bloomberg, May 11, 2019. Mentions EKRE (anti-immigrant Estonian party); Mart Helme (EKRE Chairman and father of Martin Helme); Martin Helme (Estonian finance minister and a member of the EKRE party); New Zealand terrorist attacker; “replacement of indigenous people” in Europe; Matteo Salvini (anti-immigrant Italian deputy prime minister); and Richard Spencer (U.S. alt-right figure). Full text.

Laub, Zachary. “Hate Speech on Social Media: Global Comparisons.” Council on Foreign Relations Backgrounder, April 11, 2019. Full text.

Lavin, Talia. “How 8chan Became the Go-To Platform for Mass Shooters.” GQ, August 7, 2019. Full text.

Lavin, Talia. “How the far right spread politically convenient lies about the Notre Dame fire.” The Washington Post, April 16, 2019. On the use of social media by far-right figures to publicize the view that the Notre Dame fire was a Muslim conspiracy. Mentions Glenn Beck (former Fox News mainstay and current talk-radio host); Tucker Carlson (Fox News personality); Mike Cernovich (a conspiracy theorist); Katie Hopkins (a racist British provocateur); Infowars (a conspiracy-oriented outlet helmed by Alex Jones); Ben Shapiro (far-right pundit); Richard Spencer (professional racist and coiner of the term “alt-right”); Mark Steyn (far-right columnist); Brenton Tarrant (the alleged Christchurch, New Zealand, shooter); and Matt Walsh (a conservative blogger). Full text.

“Legion of Saint Ambrose (LoSA).” ADL Backgrounder, April 2019. On Legion of Saint Ambrose (LoSA) (aka Christ Gang), a white supremacist group based in Knoxville, Tennessee. Mentions Saint Aurelius Ambrose; Corneliu Zelea Codreanu (Romanian anti-Semitic fascist politician who founded the Iron Guard); “83” (the numeric code for “Hail Christ,” a phrase often used by white supremacists who hold Christian beliefs); “1483” (numeric code pairing 83 with the number 14 –a reference to the so-called “Fourteen Words” white supremacist slogan); Matthew Heimbach (TWP leader); Iron Guard (the Legion of the Archangel Michael) (an extreme-right political party in Romania in the interwar period); Traditionalist Worker Party (TWP) (now defunct neo-Nazi group); and Colton Williams (aka Cole Williams) (self-identified LoSA leader). Full text.

Levin, Brian. “Why White Supremacist Attacks Are on the Rise, Even in Surprising Places.” Time, March 21, 2019. Full text.

Levinson, Robert. “The Fight in the Right: It Is Time to Tackle White Supremacist Terrorism Globally.” War on the Rocks, 22 Aug. 2019. Mentions “The Base” (a project to unify fascists into a network for training new soldiers for a forthcoming “race war”); Louis Beam (Ku Klux Klan leader); Christchurch, New Zealand, mosque attacker; 8chan (a company that provides online forums full of racist content and that has been linked to white supremacist attacks); El Paso shooter; El Paso shooter’s manifesto; white supremacy; Gilroy shooter; “The Jews will not replace us” (Charlottesville marchers’s chant); the Ku Klux Klan (white supremacist terrorist group); Night Wolves biker gang; Poway, California, synagogue attacker; “race war”; Unite the White rally (Charlottesville, Va.); and “white replacement theory.” Full text.

Liburd, Liam. “Dark Visions: The Historical Precursor to Europe’s Radical Right.” Fair Observer, April 25, 2019. On Oswald Mosley’s Union Movement (UM) as an historical precursor to contemporary radical-right visions of Europe. Full text.

Liyanage, Chamila. “8chan: Where the Appalling Becomes Appealing.” Fair Observer, July 18, 2019. Full text.

Liyanage, Chamila. “The Radical Right Makes a Comeback in Sri Lanka.” Fair Observer, Aug. 12, 2019. Full text.

Lorenz, Taylor. “The Shooter’s Manifesto Was Designed to Troll.” The Atlantic, Mar. 15, 2019. Full text.

Lorimer, Marta. “Pro-Europe and anti-EU? Reviewing the far right’s view of Europe.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, January 14, 2019. Full text and here.

Loucaides, Darren. “Will a Victory for Europe’s Far Right Be Good for Big Tech?” Wired, May 24, 2019. Full text.

Lyons, Matthew N. “The Christchurch massacre and fascist revolutionary politics.” threewayfight, April 18, 2019. On Brenton Tarrant (charged in the March 15 massacre at two New Zealand mosques) and “The Great Replacement” (his online manifesto) as an expression of Third Position fascism. Full text.

Mac Cormaic, Ruadhán. “How the UK killed Euroscepticism across Europe.” Irish Times, June 1, 2019. Full text.

Machnikowski, Ryszard, and Arkadiusz Legieć. “Extremism in Poland.” European Eye on Radicalization, January 14, 2019. In part, on Polish far-right organizations, including Falanga, the Great Poland Camp, the National Radical Camp (ONR), and “Pride and Modernity.” Full text.

Makuch, Ben, and Jordan Pearson. “Minds, the ‘Anti-Facebook,’ Has No Idea What to Do About All the Neo-Nazis.” VICE, May 28 2019. On Minds, a US-based social network that is home to neo-Nazis. Mentions Atomwaffen Division (violent American hate group); the Canadian chapter of Generation Identity; Tucker Carlson (controversial Fox News personality); Feuerkrieg Division (Europe-based underground paramilitary group); Generation Identity (a global hate group); Patriot Front (a white nationalist organization); Joe Rogan (podcast host with far right guests); and the “Unite the Right” rally (2017 rally in Charlottesville). Full text.

Malik, Kenan. “The History and Politics of White Identity.” Pandaemonium, March 16, 2019. Full text.

Malik, Nesrine. “Seeing Ben Shapiro flounder might be fun, but far-right celebrities are no joke.” The Guardian, 12 May 2019. Full text.

Maly, Ico. “White terrorism, white genocide and metapolitics2.0.” Diggit Magazine, 15 March 2019. Full text and here.

Mammone, Andrea, and Anja Giudici. “The European far right has its eye on education.” Al Jazeera, 29 Mar. 2019. Mentions Alternative for Germany (AfD) (German far-right party); Steve Bannon (former Trump campaign strategist and alt-right extremist); Marco Bussetti (Italian education minister); Julius Evola (Italian fascist philosopher who promoted the formation of a hierarchical society run by “warriors”); Golden Dawn (Greek far-right party); “Heimatkunde” (knowledge about the homeland, supported for re-introduction into German education by AfD); Intercollegiate Studies Institute (American neo-conservative institution); the League (Italian far-right party); “modern gladiator school” (traditionalist right-wing educational project set up by Steve Bannon in Italy); the U.S. alt-right; and Young Americans for Freedom (American neo-conservative institution). Full text.

Manavis, Sarah. “What is cultural Marxism? The alt-right meme in Suella Braverman’s speech in Westminster.” New Statesman, 26 March 2019. Mentions Suella Braverman (Conservative MP for Fareham); Anders Breivik (Norwegian mass murderer); “cultural Marxism” (an anti-Semitic alt-right meme alleging a Jewish conspiracy to poison the West and undermine its cultural values); and the Frankfurt School (predominantly Jewish philosophers of cultural Marxism, exiled by the Nazis to America, where according to conspiracy theorists they worked to destroy capitalism by changing cultural values). Full text.

Manthe, Barbara. “Not All Terrorists Want to Claim Responsibility for Attacks.” Fair Observer, June 12, 2019. Full text.

Manthe, Barbara. “The 1980 Oktoberfest bombing – a case with many question marks.” openDemocracy, 6 July 2019. Full text.

Marguiles, Ben. “Why Europe should worry about rising Dutch populist Thierry Baudet.” New Statesman, 22 May 2019. Mentions Thierry Baudet (FvD leader); “boreal” (euphemism for “Aryan” or “white”); Centre Democrats; ethnic separateness; Pim Fortuyn; the Forum voor Democratie (Forum for Democracy, or FvD) (Dutch radical-right populist party); Marine Le Pen (French right-populist politician); Nouvelle Droite; the Partij voor der Vrijheid (Party for Freedom, or PVV) (Dutch radical-right populist party); Oswald Spengler (German historian who spoke of the decline of the white race); Jared Taylor (American white supremacist); and Geert Wilders (PVV leader). Full text.

Margulies, Ben. “Why Europe should worry about Thierry Baudet.” LSE EUROPP – European Politics and Policy Blog, April 24, 2019. Full text.

Marino, Rossella, and Florian Trauner. “Europe’s far-right – united in diversity?” Euobserver, 20 May 2019. On Matteo Salvini’s attempted expansion and development of the group Europe of Nations and Freedom into a ‘European Alliance of Peoples and Nations.’ Full text.

Martin, Nick R. “Journalist Says Twitter Suspended Him for Displaying Book About Far Right.” Daily Beast, June 11, 2019. On David Neiwert, a reporter for Daily Kos and author of the book Alt-America. Full text.

“Matteo Salvini’s improbable dream of a pan-European nationalist alliance.” The Economist, Apr 11, 2019. On Salvini’s announcement of the formation of the European Alliance for People and Nations, a new, nativist bloc in the next European Parliament. Excerpt.

Mattheis, Ashley. “Understanding Digital Hate Culture.” Fair Observer, Aug 14, 2019. Mentions alt-light culture; Atomwaffen Division (linked to the offshoot Sonnenkrieg Division in the UK); Chris Cantwell; doomsday “preppers” (anti-government group); Gamergate culture; Generation Identity; the “great replacement” theory; incel (involuntary celibate); KEK culture; Ku Klux Klan (KKK) (white supremacist organization); male-supremacist extremism; the manosphere; Stefan Molyneux; “red pilling”; Sovereign Citizens (anti-government group); “swarm” (a group sharing some common concerns and frustrations which interact in some capacity online and on social media); and the Unite the Right rally (Charlottesville, Virginia, August 2017). Full text.

Matthews, Philip. “Radical losers and lone wolves: What drives the alt-right?”, Mar. 23, 2019. Full text.

May, Rob. “The Yellow Vest phenomenon and the radical right.” openDemocracy, 25 February 2019. Full text and here and here.

McCann, Craig. “Don’t throw the word ‘fascism’ around with abandon.” openDemocracy, 21 June 2019. Full text.

McCann, Craig. “Liam Neeson And The Prevalence Of Racial Stereotyping.” Rantt, March 2, 2019. Full text.

McCann, Craig. “To Defeat Terrorism, We Need to Invest in Communities.” Fair Observer, May 9, 2019. Full text.

McClernan, Nancy. “Steven Pinker’s right-wing, alt-right & hereditarian connections.” Version 3., 2019. Full text and here.

McGrath, Dominic. “After the populist wave failed to materialise, what next for the EU’s right-wing parties?”, June 1, 2019. Full text.

McMillan, Stuart. “Why George Soros is a target of the far right.” New Zealand Listener, 23 May 2019. Mentions the European People’s Party (represents centre-right parties in the EU); Fidesz party; Larry Mitchell Hopkins (leader of the United Constitutional Patriots); Viktor Orbán (Hungary’s Prime Minister); and the United Constitutional Patriots (an American militia group that sought to patrol borders). Full text.

Mergler, Iga, and Neil McLaughlin. “Scapegoating George Soros: How media-savvy far-right activists spread lies.” The Conversation, May 27, 2019. Full text and here.

Metzl, Jonathan M. “It’s time to talk about being white in America.” The Washington Post, April 29, 2019. Full text.

Michel, Casey. “White supremacists look to remake the map of America.” ThinkProgress, Aug. 12, 2019. Mentions American secessionists; American state fracture (the far-right idea of dividing the United States into a confederacy of racially-separated self-determining territories); Balkanization of America; Sam Dickson (former KKK lawyer); ethnic cleansing; Matthew Gebert (State Department official and white supremacist); Matthew Heimbach (white nationalist and former head of the Traditionalist Workers Party); Jesse Kelly (far-right pundit); Ku Klux Klan; Patrick Little (anti-Semitic white supremacist); militia movement; multiculturalism; neo-Confederates; race war; Dylann Roof, the white supremacist terrorist behind the 2015 Charleston massacre; Roof’s manifesto; Kurt Schlichter (far-right pundit); Richard Spencer (white nationalist); President Trump; white ethno-state; white nationalists; and white supremacists. Full text.

Mijs, Jonathan, and Noam Gidron. “The radical right’s rise in Europe isn’t fueled by economic grievances. Here’s why.” The Washington Post, May 24, 2019. Full text.

Miller, Cassie. “Accusations in a Mirror: How the Radical Right Blames Rising Political Violence on the Left.” Hatewatch, Southern Poverty Law Center, June 11, 2019. Mentions American Identity Movement (formerly known as Identity Evropa) (college student-focused white nationalist group); Andrew Anglin (Daily Stormer editor); Robert Bowers (white nationalist and Pittsburgh synagogue killer); “Bowlcast” (podcast glorifying mass killers); Tucker Carlson (Fox News host); Patrick Casey (head of the American Identity Movement); Christchurch, New Zealand, mosque killer; civil war as an inevitability (according to the radical right); “The Daily Shoah” (neo-Nazi podcast on The Right Stuff network); the Daily Stormer (neo-Nazi website); John Earnest (alleged California synagogue killer); Erick Erickson (right-wing pundit); James Alex Fields (murderer of Heather Heyer at the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville); Gab (white nationalist-friendly platform); Joey Gibson (Patriot Prayer leader); Grunt Style (military-themed apparel company); Vic Mackey (“Bowlcast” host); Jazzhands McFeels (“Fash the Nation” podcast host); Gavin McInnes (Proud Boys founder); Daniel McMahon (Holocaust denier who posts under the name Jack Corbin); the myth of the “violent left”; normalization of violence in American politics; Candace Owens (former communications director for Turning Point USA); Patriot Prayer (far-right reactionary group); Mike Peinovich (“The Daily Shoah” host); Augustus Pinochet (Chilean dictator); the Proud Boys (far-right reactionary group embracing “Western culture”); radical right’s ethnonationalist agenda; Dylann Roof (Charleston church shooter); Cesar Sayoc (sender of explosive devices to prominent Democrats); Richard Spencer; Tyler Tenbrink (white nationalist and attempted assassin); Donald Trump; Turning Point USA (right-wing student group); “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in 2017; Ricky Vaughn (white nationalist); VDARE (white nationalist website); white identity; white nationalism; white supremacist ideology; Milo Yiannopoulos. Full text.

Miller-Idriss, Cynthia. “Gun Reform Alone Won’t Address White Supremacist Extremism.” The Boston Globe, August 4, 2019. On repeated mass shootings as serving global white supremacist goals. Mentions “acceleration” (white supremacist principle of sowing chaos and societal disruption in order to bring about a race war, apocalyptic end times, and an eventual societal resurrection and rebirth); “14 Words” (white supremacist motto and a call to defend whites against a coming genocide); the “Great Replacement” (conspiracy theory that there is an intentional, global plan orchestrated by national and global elites to replace white, Christian, or European populations with non-white, immigrant or non-Christian ones); David Lane (American neo-Nazi who introduced the idea of “white genocide” and who coined the motto “14 Words”); “reciprocal radicalization” (a process by which far right and Islamist extremists retaliate for each other’s acts); “white genocide” (the idea that white populations are dying out demographically); and white supremacy. Full text.

Miller-Idriss, Cynthia. “How to counter far-right extremism? Germany shows the way.” The Guardian, 17 May 2019. Full text.

Miller-Idriss, Cynthia. “Selling extremism: Nationalist streetwear and the rise of the far right.” CNN Style, 10 January 2019. Full textExcerpt.

Miller-Idriss, Cynthia. “The Global Rise of Right-Wing Extremism.” News, College of Arts & Sciences, American University, Washington, DC., April 3, 2019. Full text.

Miller-Idriss, Cynthia, and Hilary Pilkington. “Women are joining the far right – we need to understand why.” The Guardian, 24 Jan. 2019. Full text.

Mondon, Aurelien, and Aaron Winter. “After Christchurch, the political class must stop positioning racism as a democratic demand.” openDemocracy, 20 March 2019. Full text and here.

Morozov, Evgeny. “Why US rightwing populists and their global allies disagree over big tech.” The Guardian, 22 Jan. 2019. Full text.

Mudde, Cas. “Reading List: 10 Recommended Reads on the Contemporary Far Right and Populism.” LSE Review of Books, March 5, 2019. A reading list of 10 books on the contemporary far right and populism written and edited by women scholars. Full text and here.

Mudde, Cas. “The far right may not have cleaned up, but its influence now dominates Europe.” The Guardian, 28 May 2019. “Rather than a victory for democracy, the European elections, and the responses to the results, show how much populism in general, and the populist radical right in particular, has become mainstreamed and normalised.” Full text.

Mudde, Cas. “Why copying the populist right isn’t going to save the left.” The Guardian, 14 May 2019. Full text.

Mudde, Cas. “Will the radical right consolidate power in the heart of the EU this year?” The Guardian, 11 Jan. 2019. Full text.

Mughal, Sajda. “We’re often told Islamophobia has no place in British society – so why does it keep rearing its ugly head?” The Independent, 14 April 2019. Full text.

Mulhall, Joe. “No ‘Normal’ Election: Europe’s Dangerous Direction.” HOPE not hate, 31 May 2019. Full text.

Munn, Luke. “Algorithmic Hate: Brenton Tarrant and the Dark Social Web.” VOX-Pol Blog, April 3, 2019. Full text.

Murdoch, Simon. “Identitarianism: The Inherently Dangerous Ideology that Influenced the Christchurch Killer.” HOPE not hate Right Response, 22 March 2019. Full text.

Murray, Douglas. “The Scruton tapes: an anatomy of a modern hit job.” The Spectator, 27 April 2019. Full text.

Neiwert, David.  “Far-right terrorism is now a global phenomenon, with help from Russia.”  Daily Kos, August 27, 2019.  Full text and here.

Neiwert, David. “FBI warns that it’s seeing an upsurge in white supremacist domestic terrorism.” Daily Kos, May 25, 2019. Full text.

Neiwert, David. “Hate groups are recruiting our young people into a toxic belief system.” CNN, May 4, 2019. Full text.

Neiwert, David. “How the ‘cultural Marxism’ hoax began, and why it’s spreading into the mainstream.” Daily Kos, January 23, 2019. On “cultural Marxism” as an updated version of the “Protocols of the Seven Elders of Zion” conspiracy theory. Mentions American Spectator (conservative publication); Franz Boas (anthropologist and one of the founders of multiculturalism); Andrew Breitbart (Breitbart News founder who “awakened” to “cultural Marxism”); Breitbart News (online news organization); Anders Breivik (terrorist attacker in Norway in 2011); Peter Brimelow (white nationalist of VDare); Patrick Buchanan (paleoconservative and former presidential candidate who issued a call for a “culture war” against liberals); Tucker Carlson (Fox News host); Civitas Institute; Council of Conservative Citizens; “critical theory”; Culture of Critique (book by Kevin MacDonald which discusses “cultural Marxism”); the Daily Caller (website founded by Tucker Carlson); The Death of the West: How Dying Populations and Immigrant Invasions Imperil Our Country and Civilization (Buchanan); Frank Ellis (a former Leeds University professor and proponent of the “cultural Marxism” theory); the Federalist (right-wing publication); Frankfurt School (a group of Jewish academics, all Marxists, with a base of operations at the Institute for Social Research in Frankfurt am Main in the 1930s before moving to New York and Columbia University); Free Congress Foundation; cultural Marxism (the theory of a plot by a group of Jewish Marxist academics to destroy the West by introducing multiculturalism and “critical theory” as a means for translating Marxist ideals into cultural values); Pamela Geller (Islamophobe); Paul Gottfried (conservative Jewish intellectual who has been credited with having helped coin the phrase “alt-right”); Sean Hannity (Fox News host); Rich Higgins (a National Security Council analyst and a believer in the “cultural Marxism” claims); Adolf Hitler; Holocaust; Holocaust denial; Islamization of Western Europe; Alex Jones (right-wing conspiracy theorist); William S. Lind (paleoconservative who developed a “cultural Marxism” theory in the 1990s); Kevin MacDonald (academic and white nationalist); Marxism, Multiculturalism, and Free Speech (book by Frank Ellis that laid out the basics of the “cultural Marxism” theory); Margaret Mead (anthropologist and one of the founders of multiculturalism); Pajamas Media (website espousing “cultural Marxism” theories); Occidental Observer (Kevin MacDonald’s magazine); Roger Pearson (far-right publisher and eugenicist); Jordan Peterson (right-wing pop philosopher and an enemy of multiculturalism and “cultural Marxism”); “political correctness”; “Protocols of the Seven Elders of Zion” (conspiracy theory postulating that a cabal of elite Jews conspired in secret to inflict all the ills of modernity onto society for their own benefit); Righteous Indignation (Andrew Breitbart’s autobiography); Robert Spencer (Islamophobe); Jared Taylor (white nationalist, founder of American Renaissance, and opponent of “cultural Marxism” and multiculturalism); Donald Trump; Donald Trump Jr.; “2083: A European Declaration of Independence” (Anders Breivik’s manifesto that expressed his belief that ‘cultural Marxists’ were destroying the West); Michael Walsh (author and opponent of “cultural Marxism”); Alan Watt (right-wing conspiracy theorist); Paul Weyrich (far-right godfather and founder of the Free Congress Foundation who issued a call for a “culture war” against liberals); white supremacy; and Chuck Woolery (former game show host and an opponent of “cultural Marxism”). Full text.

Neiwert, David. “Jonah Goldberg and the fascism fraud that will not die, a decade later.” Daily Kos, April 7, 2019. Full text and here.

Neiwert, David. “The new age of chain terrorism: White far-right killers are inspiring each other sequentially.” Daily Kos, April 29, 2019. Full text.

Neiwert, David. “There’s a reason the history of American border militias is riddled with sociopaths and violence.” Daily Kos, April 22, 2019. Full text and here.

Neiwert, David. “Warriors for Trump: #MAGAbomber’s letter reveals how the right’s scripted violence works.” Daily Kos, April 24, 2019. On Cesar Sayoc. Mentions Robert Bowers (white nationalist and Pittsburgh synagogue attacker); Christchurch, New Zealand, mosque attacker; scripted violence (stochastic terrorism) (a scenario in which “a leader need not directly exhort violence to create a constituency that hears a call to take action against the named enemy”); and Donald Trump.  Full text.

Network Contagion Research Institute and ADL’s Center on Extremism. “When Twitter Bans Extremists, GAB Puts Out the Welcome Mat.” ADL Blog, March 11, 2019. Full text.

Neumann, Peter R. “Christchurch and the rise of the far right.” The Washington Post, March 19, 2019. Full text.

Nossiter, Adam, and Jason Horowitz. “Bannon’s Populists, Once a ‘Movement,’ Keep Him at Arm’s Length.” The New York Times, May 24, 2019. Full text.

Nouri, Lella. “Gateway Organizations: Understanding the Lure of the Radical Right.” Fair Observer, February 15, 2019. Full text and here.

O’Brien, Luke. “Twitter Still Has A White Nationalist Problem.” HuffPost, May 30, 2019. Full text.

O’Harrow, Robert, Jr., and Shawn Boburg. “A conservative activist’s behind-the-scenes campaign to remake the nation’s courts.” Washington Post, May 21, 2019. On the Federalist Society’s Leonard Leo. Full text.

O’Leary, Naomi. “New Dutch far-right leader’s staying power.” POLITICO, May 22, 2019. On Forum for Democracy (FvD) party leader Thierry Baudet. Mentions “cultural Marxism”; demographic replacement of Dutch people with immigrants; elitist liberal conspiracy to destroy national culture; “oikophobia”; Hungarian leader Viktor Orbán; “illiberal democracy”; the Pim Fortuyn List (anti-immigration radical right party); the Freedom Party (anti-immigration radical right party); and Geert Wilders (Freedom Party leader). Full text.

O’Malley, Nick. “‘Unprecedented’ surge of online extremism after Christchurch.” The Sydney Morning Herald, April 21, 2019. Mentions accelerationism; Fraser Anning (Australian senator who blamed Muslims for the Christchurch attack); Anders Breivik (Norwegian terrorist attacker); Gab (alternative, free-speech-purposed social media platform); Minds (alternative, free-speech-purposed social media platform); the Quebec City mosque shooting; Stormfront (online forum for right-wing extremists); Vanguard News Network (VNN) (online forum for right-wing extremists); and white supremacists. Full text.

Önnerfors, Andreas. “How the Swedish Radical Right Hijacked Human Rights.” Fair Observer, May 16, 2019. Full text.

Orr, Caroline. “How far-right extremists rebrand to evade Facebook’s ban.” National Observer, May 10, 2019. Full text.

Owen, Tess. “How a Small Budapest Publishing House Is Quietly Fueling Far-Right Extremism.” VICE News, May 30, 2019. On Arktos Media. Full text.

Owen, Tess. “White Nationalists from Around the World Are Meeting in Finland. Here’s What You Need to Know.” VICE News, Apr. 4, 2019. On the second annual “Awakening” conference, to be held in Turku. Mentions American Renaissance (a white supremacist online magazine); Atomwaffen (violent neo-Nazi group); Azov (the National Corps’s paramilitary wing); Anders Breivik (Norwegian killer of 77 people in Norway in 2011); Renaud Camus (far-right writer and the source of the idea of “The Great Replacement”); the Christchurch mosque shooting; “Fjordman” (Peder Are Nøstvold Jensen) (a Norweigan blogger and author cited in the manifesto of Anders Breivik); “The Great Replacement” (the alleged Christchurch shooter’s manifesto); “Identitarian” movement; Martin Lichtmesz (an Austrian publisher, writer and translator of far-right propaganda, and publisher of “Fjordman”); Kevin MacDonald (American anti-Semitic white nationalist and retired psychology professor); Fródi Midjord (a white nationalist from the Faroe Islands and the organizer of Scandza Forum); “Millennial Woes” (Scottish alt-right YouTube vlogger); the National Corps (a Ukranian ultranationalist far-right group); “normalizing nationalism”; the Occidental Quarterly (a white nationalist online magazine whose mission is to defend “the cultural, ethnic, and racial interests of Western European people”); Andrew Oneschuk (member of Atomwaffen who was murdered by a fellow member); Red Ice TV (far-right Sweden-based YouTube channel); Rise Above Movement (RAM) (a violent white supremacist fight club); Scandza Forum (an annual alt-right conference in Stockholm); Olena Semenyaka (international secretary for the National Corps’s political wing); Jared Taylor (the anti-immigrant founder of American Renaissance; banned from most of the EU until 2021); the white nationalist movement; and white supremacists. Full text.

Pardos-Prado, Sergi. “Spain finally has a radical-right party in parliament. Why did it take so long?” The Washington Post, May 10, 2019. On the entry of Vox, a radical-right party, into parliament. Full text.

Parton, Heather Digby. “Misogyny and white supremacy: It’s time to fight both sources of vicious violence.” Salon, August 12, 2019. Full text.

Perry, Barbara J. “Far-right extremism in Canada: are we in denial?” NOW Magazine, April 22, 2019. Full text.

Plattner, Georg. “Back with a vengeance? One year with the radical right in government in Austria.” openDemocracy, 17 January 2019. Full text and here.

Plattner, Georg. “The Radical Right Chewbacca Defence: Why it does not matter if the radical right is lying to the working class that voted them into power.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, April 20, 2019. Full text.

Polaschek, Devon, Maryanne Garry, and Joe Burton. “What drives ‘lone wolf’ terrorists? And how can we prevent future attacks?” North & South, May 2019. Full text.

Portes, Jonathan. “Scruton is part of an intellectual culture giving respectability to racism.”, 25 April 2019. Full text.

Potok, Mark. “Aided By Trump, The Radical Right Resurrects Agenda 21 Conspiracy Theory.” Rantt, February 26, 2019. Full text.

Potok, Mark. “Downplaying The Threat Of White Supremacy, Trump Admin Cries ‘Eco-Terrorism.'” Rantt, March 27, 2019. Full text.

Potok, Mark. “In Memphis, A Battle Over The First KKK Leader’s Statue.” Rantt, January 31, 2019. On Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest. Full text and here.

Potok, Mark. “Radical Right Expert: Donald Trump Is A White Supremacist Asset.” Rantt, August 23, 2019. Full text.

Provost, Claire, and Adam Ramsay. “Revealed: the Trump-linked ‘Super PAC’ working behind the scenes to drive Europe’s voters to the far right.” openDemocracy, 25 April 2019. On CitizenGo, a Madrid-based campaign group. Full text.

Raik, Kristi. “The rise of Estonia’s radical right.” Estonian World, February 26, 2019. Full text.

Ravndal, Jacob Aasland. “Is right-wing terrorism and violence on the rise?” “Right Now!” blog, C-REX – Center for Research on Extremism, May 2, 2019. Full text.

Ravndal, Jacob Aasland. “Right-wing terrorism and violence may actually have declined.” The Washington Post, April 2, 2019. Mentions four data sets: the Global Terrorism Database (GTD), Europol’s annual Terrorism Situation & Trend Report (TE-SAT), the United States Extremist Crime Database (ECDB), and the Right-Wing Terrorism and Violence in Western Europe (RTV) data set. Also mentions anti-immigrant parties; definition of right-wing violence; Identitarians; the March 15 terrorist attack in Christchurch, New Zealand; “metapolitical activism” (Identitarian strategy aimed at generating societal change by changing how people think about contested issues); and neo-Nazi skinheads. Full text.

Ravndal, Jacob Aasland. “The Dark Web Enabled the Christchurch Killer. The attack in New Zealand was inspired in part by the Norwegian mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik, but the real threat is lone wolves lurking in the far corners of the Internet.” Foreign Policy, March 16, 2019. Full text.

“The rise of the far-right has been ignored for too long.” Financial Times, March 15, 2019. Full text.

Roache, Madeline. “Why is the violent far right still able to organise online?” Al Jazeera, July 22, 2019. Full text.

Robins-Early, Nick. “EU Elections Cement Italy’s Matteo Salvini As A Hero Of Europe’s Far Right.” HuffPost, May 29, 2019. Full text.

Robins-Early, Nick. “How Far-Right Extremists Abroad Have Adopted Trump’s Symbols As Their Own.” HuffPost, April 6, 2019. Mentions Alternative For Germany (German anti-immigrant party); Alexandre Bissonnette (Quebec City mosque killer); Christchurch, New Zealand, terror attack; the Christchurch attacker’s manifesto; Confederate flags; “88” (far-right extremist symbol for “Heil Hitler”); “invasion” (Trump’s description of immigration); “Kekistan” flag (alt-right symbol); League party (Italian far-right party); Tommy Robinson (British anti-Muslim activist); Matteo Salvini (leader of the League party); George Soros conspiracy theories; Donald Trump; the Unite The Right rally (Charlottesville’s white nationalist rally); Beatrix Von Storch (deputy leader of Alternative For Germany); white nationalist movement; Geert Wilders (Islamophobic Dutch politician); and World Coalition Against Islam (Canadian anti-Muslim extremist group). Full text.

Robins-Early, Nick. “The White Supremacist Professor Teaching At A Public University.” HuffPost, May 18, 2019. On Ricardo Duchesne. Mentions Gabriel Sohier Chaput (Montreal resident and one of the internet’s most prominent neo-Nazi propagandists); the Christchurch mosque shooter; Council of European Canadians (white supremacist site); Counter-Currents (white nationalist propaganda outlet); Janice Fiamengo (promoter of a conspiracy theory that the Notre Dame cathedral fire was started by Muslims); Faith Goldy (white nationalist); the “great replacement” conspiracy theory; ID Canada (a far-right, anti-Muslim group); and The Occidental Observer (anti-Semitic website). Full text.

Rone, Julia. “Why talking about ‘disinformation’ misses the point when considering radical right ‘alternative’ media.” LSE Media Policy Project Blog, January 3, 2019. Full text.

Rosand, Eric. “Responding to the Rise in Domestic Terrorism: Don’t Forget Prevention.” Lawfare, May 26, 2019. Full text.

Rosenberg, Paul. “A user’s guide to ‘Cultural Marxism’: Anti-Semitic conspiracy theory, reloaded.”, May 5, 2019. Mentions the accused Poway Chabad terrorist; Theodor Adorno [one of the leading Frankfurt theorists]; the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC); Louis Beam (Ku Klux Klan member and popularizer of the idea of “leaderless resistance”); John Boyd (William Lind’s mentor); Andrew Breitbart; Anders Breivik (killer of 77 people in Norway in 2011); David Brooks; Pat Buchanan; the Center for Cultural Conservatism (a subsidiary of FCF, headed by William Lind); the Council for National Policy; the Council of Conservative Citizens (white supremacist group); “cultural Marxism” (conspiracy theory about Marxism translated from economic into cultural terms” by the Frankfurt School); Robert Lewis Dabney (19th-century anti-egalitarian pastor and theologian); The Death of the West (Pat Buchanan); fourth-generation warfare; the Frankfurt School (an alleged cabal of Jewish intellectual émigrés from Nazi Germany who created “cultural Marxism”); the Free Congress Foundation (FCF); the Heritage Foundation; Hitler; David Horowitz; Lyndon LaRouche (cult figure and conspiracy theorist who veered from left-wing sectarianism to right-wing Messianism); “leaderless resistance” (a strategy of uncoordinated attacks against the federal government or an occupational government which are carried out by autonomous, anonymous cells); William Lind (the paleoconservative activist who coined the term “cultural Marxism”); Herbert Marcuse [one of the leading Frankfurt theorists]; Michael Minnicino (author of “New Dark Age: Frankfurt School and Political Correctness”; the Moral Majority; Howard Phillips (a close ally of Paul Weyrich); The Protocols of the Elders of Zion; Michael Savage; “scripted violence” (violence dictated from above but with plausible deniability); Donald Trump; The Turner Diaries (white race-war fantasy); Victoria (William Lind’s white race-war fantasy that builds on the “cultural Marxism” myth); and Paul Weyrich (American right figure who co-founded the Heritage Foundation and other organizations). Full text.

Ross, Alexander Reid. “Apocalypse in America: The Smell of Fascism in the pro-Trump QAnon Conspiracy.” Haaretz, Jan. 7, 2019. Excerpt.

Ross, Alexander Reid. “Steve Bannon’s Fascist Far Right Christian Army Is Marching on Liberal Europe – and on the Pope.” Haaretz, Apr. 22, 2019. Excerpt.

Rubin, Jennifer. “Coddling white nationalists has deadly consequences.” The Washington Post, April 29, 2019. Full text.

Saini, Angela. “Why race science is on the rise again.” The Guardian, 18 May 2019. Full text.

Sallamaa, Daniel. “The Extraparliamentary Far-right and Opponents of Immigration in Present-day Finland.” “Right Now!” blog, C-REX – Center for Research on Extremism, Feb. 8, 2019. Full text.

Salzborn, Samuel. “A Healthy Police Force Is a Sign of a Healthy Democracy.” Fair Observer, Aug. 15, 2019. Full text.

Savoulian, Rupen. “Cultural Marxism – the delusional conspiracy theory motivating the Alt-Right.” Antipodean Atheist, January 20, 2019. Mentions alt-right; anti-immigration; anti-multiculturalism; anti-Semitism; Mikhail Bakunin (anarchist leader); Anders Breivik (Norwegian ultra-right terrorist); Pat Buchanan (advocate for the radical Right); cultural Marxism (a conspiracy theory alleging a plot by multiple non-white and non-Christian forces to sabotage and overthrow white, Western Christian civilisation); the Frankfurt School (a grouping of German Jewish intellectuals believed by the alt-right to be intent on subverting capitalist civilisation through the propagation of Marxist and feminist doctrines); Pauline Hanson (One Nation leader); “Judeo-Bolshevism” (a myth propagated by the Nazi movement alleging a secretive grouping of Jews operating to overthrow capitalist society from within); Mark Latham (advocate for One Nation); William Lind (advocate for the radical Right); and One Nation (racist Australian group). Full text and here (shorter version).

Savoulian, Rupen. “The ultra-right terrorist threat, race war, and moving into the mainstream.” Antipodean Atheist, March 7, 2019. Full text.

Schiano, Chris. “Neo-Nazis Use Discord Chats to Promote New Zealand Copycat Shootings.” Unicorn Riot, May 10, 2019. On Discord, a free chat service marketed to gamers and hugely popular with the alt-right, and its chat rooms, including the neo-Nazi Discord server called Outer Heaven. Full text.

Schlegel, Linda. “‘Germany does not exist!’: Analyzing the Reichsbürger Movement.” European Eye on Radicalization, 17 May 2019. On Reichsbürger, a loosely-structured violent group for whom the Federal Republic of Germany does not exist and is not an actual state. Full text.

Schulte-Cloos, Julia. “Radical right parties have clear advantages in EP elections – their success shouldn’t come as a surprise.” LSE EUROPP – European Politics and Policy Blog, May 27, 2019. Full text.

Schultheis, Emily. “How the Far Right Weaponized Europe’s Interior Ministries to Block Refugees.” The Atlantic, Mar. 14, 2019. Full text.

Seitz, Sam. “Parsing the Paradox of Populism: The View from Germany.” Politics in Theory and Practice, 29 May 2019. Full text.

Selim, George. “White supremacist terror is rising, and Trump’s policies kneecap our ability to fight back.” USA Today, April 26, 2019. Full text.

Shafak, Elif. “To understand the far right, look to their bookshelves.” The Guardian, 1 Apr. 2019. On the emergence of a radical right-wing intelligentsia and their rewriting of history. Mentions Alternative for Germany (German far-right party); Camp of the Saints (Jean Raspail’s 1973 novel that describes the collapse of western civilisation at the hands of “brown people”); Renaud Camus (French novelist and essayist); Germany Abolishes Itself (Thilo Sarrazin’s 2010 book arguing that Muslim immigrants are less intelligent than Germans); “the great replacement” (Renaud Camus’s thesis that there is a “white genocide” at work); Hostile Takeover (Thilo Sarrazin’s 2018 anti-Muslim book); Ewa Kurek (anti-Semitic Polish historian); Marine Le Pen; the Oklahoma City bombing of 1995; the Order (a white nationalist group that murdered Alan Berg in 1984); Jordan Peterson (right-wing Canadian clinical psychologist); Son of the Nation (Jean-Marie Le Pen’s memoir); The Turner Diaries (W.L. Pierce’s dystopian novel regarded as the bible of the far right); and the Unite the White Rally (Charlottesville, Virginia, 2017). Full text.

Shepp, Jonah. “The Rise of the Far Right Is a Global Security Threat.” New York Magazine Daily Intelligencer, May 9, 2019. Full text.

Slobodian, Quinn. “Why is the far right obsessed with gold?” New Statesman, 6 March 2019. Full text.

Smith, Evan. “Love Milkshakes, Hate Racism: a Short History of Throwing Food at the Far Right.” Hatful of History, May 23, 2019. Mentions the ‘Battle of Cable Street’ (October 1936); the ‘Battle of Wood Green’; Carl Benjamin (UKIP’s misogynist YouTuber); the English Defence League; Nigel Farage (Brexit Party leader); Nick Griffin (British National Party leader); Colin Jordan (National Socialist Movement leader); Sir Keith Joseph (one of Margaret Thatcher’s early supporters); Oswald Mosley (British Union of Fascists leader); the National Front; Enoch Powell; Tommy Robinson (former English Defence League leader); Union Movement (the successor organisation to the BUF); and David Waddington (Home Office minister). Full text and here.

Speri, Alice. “Fear of a Black Homeland. The Strange Tale of the FBI’s Fictional ‘Black Identity Extremism’ Movement.” The Intercept, March 23, 2019. Part of the series “The Threat Within.” Full text.

Squire, Megan. “Can Alt-Tech Help the Far Right Build an Alternate Internet?” Fair Observer, July 23, 2019. Full text.

Squire, Megan. “Why the next terror manifesto could be even harder to track.” The Conversation, March 26, 2019. Full text and here and here and here.

Squires, Nick, James Crisp, Andrea Vogt, and James Rothwell. “How Matteo Salvini’s alliance of European nationalists plans to tear apart the fabric of the EU.” The Telegraph, 19 May 2019. Excerpt.

Stan, Adele M. “Le Pen, Salvini, and Europe’s Far Right Increase Numbers in European Parliament, as Bannon Stays Close at Hand.” The American Prospect, May 29, 2019. Full text.

Stan, Adele M. “Marine Le Pen Has a Plan to Make France Great Again—and Steve Bannon Helped.” Right Wing Watch, May 31, 2019. Mentions Alternatives für Deutschland (German far-right party); Steve Bannon (one-time White House operative and self-appointed guru to and gatherer of far-right figures across the globe); Jordan Bardella (RN candidate for the European Union parliament); Brexit; “a Europe of nations”; Nigel Farage (Brexit party leader); Fidesz (Hungarian far-right party); Ruuben Kaalep (Estonian parliamentarian with links to neo-Nazis); Jaroslaw Kaczynski (Law and Justice Party leader); Law and Justice Party (Polish far-right party); Marine Le Pen (leader of the Rassemblement National); La Liga (Italian far-right party); The Movement (Bannon’s scheme to bring the far-right together to form a voting bloc within the EU Parliament); Viktor Orbán (Hungary’s prime minister and Fidesz party leader); Rassemblement National (RN) (formerly called the Front National) (French far-right party); Matteo Salvini (Italy’s interior minister and leader of the La Liga party); Salvini’s multi-national, multi-party far-right rally in Milan on May 19; and the “white power” hand sign (a gesture that mimics an “OK” sign adopted by the far-right as a kind of not-so-secret handshake). Full text.

Stancil, Jordan. “Austria’s Far-Right Government Wants to Hobble Critical Media.”  The Nation, May 3, 2019. Mentions Freedom Party (FPÖ) (Austrian far-right party); Identitarian movement (extreme-right group with links to the FPÖ); Sebastian Kurz (Austrian chancellor); People’s Party (ÖVP) (Austrian conservative party); “population replacement”; Heinz-Christian Strache (Austria’s vice chancellor and FPÖ leader); Der Stürmer (Nazi magazine); and Harald Vilimsky (FPÖ candidate in the European parliamentary elections). Full text.

Starr, Stephen. “Meeting the Michigan Militia: ‘There’s no middle ground anymore.'” Irish Times, April 1, 2019. Mentions Timothy McVeigh (Oklahoma City bomber); Michigan Militia (a collective of well-armed, locally-organised militia units); Michigan Militia’s handbook; nativism; Oklahoma City bombing (1995); Norm Olson (founder of the Michigan Militia); Ruby Ridge (the government siege near Naples, Idaho, in 1992); survivalism; the Tea Party movement; the Tree of Life synagogue massacre in Pittsburgh; Donald Trump; the Unite the Right rally (Charlottesville, Virginia, August 2017); Waco (the government siege of the Branch Davidians compound near Waco, Texas, in 1993); and white supremacy. Full text.

Sternhell, Zeev. “Why Benjamin Netanyahu Loves the European Far-Right.” Foreign Policy, February 24, 2019. Full text.

Stocker, Paul. “Britain’s radical right in the EU elections.” openDemocracy, 30 April 2019. Mentions Gerard Batten (anti-Islamist Ukip leader); Carl Benjamin (aka Sargon of Akkad) (UK MEP candidate); Brexit; Brexit Party (recently founded UK radical right party); British National Party (BNP) (UK extremist party); Euroscepticism; Nigel Farage (British Brexit Party leader and former Ukip leader); Mark Meechan (aka Count Dankula) (UK MEP candidate); Tommy Robinson (English Defence League founder and Ukip ‘advisor’ on ‘Muslim grooming gangs’); and Ukip (UK radical right party). Full text and here.

Stocker, Paul. “Radical-right narratives and how to counter them.” Countering the Radical Right series, openDemocracy, 14 May 2019. Full text and here.

Stocker, Paul.  “The Great Replacement Theory: A Historical Perspective.” OpenDemocracy, 19 September 2019.  Mentions the alt right; anti-equal-rights legislation; anti-immigration; anti-multiculturalism; Are the White Nations Dying? (Research Department for the Jewish Question, 1934); Anders Breivik (Norwegian terrorist and mass murderer whose manifesto alleged the “Islamisation” of Europe); Patrick Crusius (killer of 22 in El Paso in August who targeted the Hispanic “cultural and ethnic replacement brought on by an invasion”); “decline of the West” narratives; “demographic conspiracies” (the belief that immigration and multiculturalism are the product of an intentional plan by elites to weaken or even eradicate national (or European) identity); eugenics; Eurabia: The Arab-Euro Axis (Bat Ye’or’s book which argues that European and Arab elites have collaborated to ensure the Muslim domination of Europe); The Great Replacement (Renaud Camus’s 2011 book which posits that elites are seeking the replacement of white Europeans through mass migration and subsequent demographic change); the “Islamisation” of Europe; Londonistan: How Britain is Creating a Terror State from Within (Melanie Phillips’ 2006 book alleging state-enforced multiculturalism as an “attack on the nation”); “Multiculturalism is Genocide” sticker; Enoch Powell’s 1968 ‘Rivers of Blood’ speech; Brenton Tarrant (Christchurch mosque shooter whose manifesto was entitled “The Great Replacement”); Donald Trump; “white genocide”; and white oppression.  Full text.

Stocker, Paul. “Why the radical right relishes Boris Johnson as Prime Minister.” openDemocracy, 22 July 2019. Full text.

Stone, Dan. “A pan-European radical right – contradiction in terms?” openDemocracy, 10 April 2019. Full text.

Strickland, Patrick. “White Nationalism Is an International Threat.” The New Republic, March 15, 2019. Mentions the alt-right; Fraser Anning (Islamophobic Australia Senator); Robert Bowers (white nationalist and Pittsburgh synagogue killer); Anders Breivik (Norwegian mass murderer); David Duke (former Ku Klux Klan leader); the “Fourteen Words” (a white nationalist mantra coined by David Lane); Golden Dawn (violent Greek neo-Nazi outfit); Islamophobia; Gavin McInnes (former Proud Boys leader); Viktor Orbán (Hungary’s far-right Prime Minister); refugee and migrant “invasion” (conspiracy theory); Tommy Robinson (U.K. Islamophobe); Dylann Roof (American white nationalist and Charleston, South Carolina, killer); Brenton Tarrant (alleged Christchurch attacker); Tarrant’s manifesto; Donald Trump; white identity; and white nationalism. Full text.

Stuchbery, Mike. “A spike in far right radicalisation should terrify us – here’s how to stop it in its tracks.” The Independent, 5 February 2019. Full text.

Sunshine, Spencer. “Alt Right and Far Right Mobilization in 2018: A Timeline.” Political Research Associates, Jan. 2019. Full text.

Tait, Joshua. “Fascism is from the Right.” Arc Digital, Apr. 5, 2019. Mentions Anatomy of Fascism (Paxton); Steve Bannon; Norberto Bobbio (Italian philosopher); Jair Bolsonaro; William F. Buckley; James Burnham (right-wing theorist); The Doctrine of Fascism (Italian manifesto); Friedrich Hayek (libertarian economist); Hierarchy (Mussolini’s fascist journal); Willmoore Kendall (right-wing theorist); Steve King; Oswald Mosley (founder of the British Union of Fascists); George Nash (historian of American conservatism); National Review; Robert Paxton (historian of fascism); George Lincoln Rockwell (founder of the American Nazi Party); Richard Spencer (alt-right provocateur); Suicide of the West (Burnham); Donald Trump; and the Unite the Right rally at Charlottesville. Full text.

Tait, Joshua. “How Did Evangelicals and Republicans Come to Want to Ban Abortion?” Arc Digital, May 21, 2019. Mentions William F. Buckley (Catholic right-wing columnist); Gerald Ford; Barry Goldwater (conservative senator); Will Herberg; James J. Kilpatrick (conservative columnist); Clare Boothe Luce (Republican and Catholic convert); National Review (a major conservative magazine); Richard Nixon; Ronald Reagan; Republican Party; Francis Schaeffer (evangelical thinker); John Tower (conservative senator); Donald Trump; and George Wallace (Alabama governor). Full text.

Tait, Joshua. “The Functions of Ben Shapiro.” Arc Digital, May 9, 2019. Full text.

Tenold, Vegas. “The neo-Nazi plot against America is much bigger than we realize.” The Guardian, 3 Mar. 2019. Full text.

Tharoor, Ishaan. “The global far right is here to stay.” The Washington Post, May 29, 2019. Full text.

Tharoor, Ishaan. “The warped history that fuels right-wing terrorism.” The Washington Post, March 22, 2019.  Mentions the Balkans as an alleged fault line between Islam and the West; the Battle of Vienna (1683) (a battle against the Ottomans waged by multicultural armies, not by the united Christian armies of Europe as in the Western nationalist telling of it); Anders Breivik (Norwegian terrorist who killed 77 in 2011); “clash of civilizations”; Radovan Karadzic (Bosnian Serb political leader accused of atrocities against Bosnian Muslims in the 1990s); Viktor Orbán (Hungarian Prime Minister); Brenton Tarrant (suspected white supremacist New Zealand mosque killer); Donald Trump; and white supremacists. Full text and here and here.

Thomas, Mark L. “Fascism in Europe today.” International Socialism 162 (18 April 2019). Full text.

Thorleifsson, Cathrine. “Jordan Peterson – reluctant darling of the radical right?” openDemocracy, 6 February 2019. Full text.

Thorleifsson, Cathrine. “Lone actors with shared ideas.” openDemocracy, 25 March 2019. Mentions Anders Behring Breivik (Norwegian terrorist); 8chan; “ethnic genocide”; the Eurabia conspiracy theory of the Islamisation of Europe; the “great replacement” (the title of Tarrant’s manifesto and the notion that large numbers of immigrants would lead to an imminent demographic extinction); the alleged Islamification of Europe; Islamophobia; Jobbik (Hungarian far right party); (Hungarian racist and conspiratorial far-right news portal); the Muslim “invasion” of Europe (a far right trope); Viktor Orbán; race war; Brenton Tarrant (self-declared eco-fascist and white nationalist and alleged Christchurch mass murderer); and white supremacy. Full text.

Thorpe, Ryan. “Inside a Neo-Nazi Group Attempting to Gain a Foothold in Winnipeg and across the Country.” Winnipeg Free Press, 16 Aug. 2019. Full text.

Thorwaldsson, Karl-Petter. “Why income inequality is bad for the climate.” World Economic Forum, 29 Jan. 2019. Full text.

Torreblanca, José Ignacio. “Spain’s election and the temptation of yielding to the far-right.” European Council on Foreign Relations, 2 May 2019. Full text.

Torres-Soriano, Manuel Ricardo. “How Terrorists Publicise Attacks: The Lessons Of New Zealand.” European Eye on Radicalization, 25 March 2019. Full text and here.

Torrisi, Claudia. “The war on Europe’s women and LGBTIQ people has only just begun.” openDemocracy, 30 May 2019. Full text.

Toube, David. “It’s not just Brexit that feeds the UK’s far right.” CNN, January 23, 2019. Full text.

Townsend, Mark. “Rise in UK use of far-right online forums as anti-Muslim hate increases.” The Guardian, 16 Mar. 2019. Full text.

Tyson, Ann Scott, and Sara Miller Llana. “Christchurch brings global white supremacist threat into sharp relief.” Christian Science Monitor, March 22, 2019. Full text.

Urbanska, Karolina. “Not just prejudice: How feeling deprived as a group is related to the extreme right vote.” ISPP Blog (International Society of Political Psychology), May 9, 2019. Full text.

Valencia-García, Louie Dean. “How The El Paso Terrorist’s Manifesto Echoes Trump’s Rhetoric.” Rantt, August 5, 2019. Full text.

Valencia-Garcia, Louie Dean. “Jim Carrey, Mussolini and the politics of comics.” openDemocracy, 11 April 2019. Full text and here and here.

Valencia-García, Louie Dean. “The Ethics of Consuming Fascism.” Fair Observer, February 8, 2019. Full text.

Valencia-García, Louie Dean.  “This Is What ‘Peaceful Ethnic Cleansing’ Looks Like.”  Rantt, October 2, 2019.  Full text.

Valencia-García, Louie Dean. “Trump And The Global Resurgence Of Fascism.” Rantt, June 18, 2019. Full text.

Valentim, Vicente. “How the electoral success of radical right parties normalises public expressions of support for them.” LSE EUROPP – European Politics and Policy Blog, January 22, 2019. Full text.

Van Versendaal, Harry. “As Golden Dawn nurses wounds, far-right newcomer surfaces.”, 5 June 2019. On the ultranationalist pro-Russia Greek Solution (Elliniki Lysi) and its leader Kyriakos Velopoulos. Full text.

Varfolomeeva, Anna. “Sounding out recruits: Music remains instrumental in the US far-right radicalization.” The Defense Post, May 17, 2019. Full text.

Veilleux-Lepage, Yannick. “Is There A Radical Right Racism Problem In The Canadian Armed Forces?” Rantt, January 5, 2019. Full text and here.

Veilleux-Lepage, Yannick. “Putting Canada’s Hate Crime Data in Context.” Fair Observer, 10 Sept. 2019.  Full text.

Veilleux-LePage, Yannick David, and Emil Archambault. “La CAQ, La Meute and Bill 21.” openDemocracy, 2 May 2019. On proposed Bill 21 of the Coalition Avenir Québec (CAQ) government, which would bar civil servants in ‘authority’ from wearing religious symbols at work. Full text.

Vidgen, Bertie, and Taha Yasseri. “How we built a tool that detects the strength of Islamophobic hate speech on Twitter.” The Conversation, January 2, 2019. On the use of a supervised machine learning classifier to detect weak and strong Islamophobic hate speech in 45 far-right Twitter accounts. Full text.

Walker, Shaun. “Racism, sexism, Nazi economics: Estonia’s far right in power.” The Guardian, 21 May 2019. On Estonia’s far-right EKRE party, and the party’s father-and-son leaders, Mart and Martin Helme. Full text.

Ward, Justin. “Race war preppers. Inside the private chats of The Base, a Neo-Nazi survivalist network gearing up for racial armageddon.” Medium, Jan. 7, 2019. Mentions accelerationism (the hastening of events so as to drive radicalization and insurrection and lead to collapse of the “System”); all-white ethnostate in the Pacific Northwest; the alt-right; Atomwaffen Division; the Base (a nascent white separatist network, launched in June 2018); Robert Bowers (Pittsburgh synagogue shooter); The Brigade (2007 novel by Harold Covington); Richard Butler (Aryan Nations leader); Harold Covington (Northwest Front leader and author of neo-Nazi speculative fiction); Gab (alt-right Twitter alternative); “Guerrilla Warfare Theory” (Norman Spear’s series of short videos laying out his grand strategy); Ted Kaczynski (the Unabomber); “Lone Wolf Radio” (podcast hosted by Chris White); James Mason (militant Neo-Nazi propagandist); Timothy McVeigh (Oklahoma City bomber); National Socialist Liberation Front (group with a decentralized model of leaderless resistance); the Northwest Front; the Northwest Territorial Imperative (or “the Butler Plan”) (the dream of a white nationalist “homeland” in the Pacific Northwest); Oklahoma City Bombing; The Order (Neo-Nazi terrorist group); race war; Norman Spear (alias of the founder and de facto leader of the Base); the “System” (a/k/a the “Zionist Occupation Government,” or ZOG); Traditionalist Workers Party; the Tree of Life synagogue massacre (Oct. 27, 2018); the Unite the Right rally; Chris White (radio host and British sympathizer of the white separatist group the Northwest Front); “white genocide.” Full text.

Weill, Kelly. “Neo-Folk Has a Nazi Problem.” Daily Beast, Apr. 5, 2019. Mentions Atomwaffen (murderous neo-Nazi group); Death in June (neo-folk band which uses fascist iconography); “Euro-Fest 2003” (a Nazi jamboree organized by the National Alliance); Hitler Youth; Horna (a black metal band from Finland with ties to NSBM bands); National Alliance (neo-Nazi group); National Socialist Black Metal (NSBM) (a subgenre of black metal); Night of the Long Knives (a 1934 Nazi purge to eliminate possible rivals to Adolf Hitler); William Pierce (founder of the National Alliance); Pittsburgh synagogue massacre; the Unite the Right rally at Charlottesville; white power skinhead movement; and white supremacists. Full text.

Weinberg, Leonard. “Despite Recent Attacks, Anti-Semitism in the US Remains Low.” Fair Observer, May 30, 2019. Full text.

Weinberg, Leonard. “Lone Wolf Attacks Prove Louis Beam Was Right About ‘Leaderless Resistance.'” Fair Observer, Aug. 7, 2019. Mentions Louis Beam (a Vietnam War veteran, Klansman and Aryan Nation activist); “Leaderless Resistance” (the tactic of individual violent initiatives by small cells of individuals or “lone wolves” to resist oppression); “replacement” (the conspiracy theory that whites are now threatened, if not by extinction, then replacement by hordes of immigrants from Latin America and by a growing native-born Latino population); Donald Trump; and White Aryan Resistance (WAR) (Tom Metzger’s organization). Full text.

Weinberg, Leonard. “Psychiatrists Raise Alarms About Trump After Mueller Report.” Rantt, May 8, 2019. Full text and here.

Weiss, Michael, and Julia Ebner. “The strange tale of an unlikely racist slogan that went viral — to lethal effect.” The Washington Post, May 14, 2019. On Renaud Camus’s announcement of the Great Replacement conspiracy theory in November 2014 as the catalyst for the current wave of white-supremacist terrorism. Mentions the alt-right; Renaud Camus (French philosopher of xenophobia); the Christchurch, New Zealand, mosque attacks; “civilization”; Defend Europa (extreme-right site); John Earnest (accused in the fatal shooting at the Chabad of Poway synagogue near San Diego); Generation Identity (European white-nativist movement); “the Great Replacement” (the theory of the ethnic, cultural and civilizational substitution of the white European people); “remigration” (Identitarian concept advocating the removal of non-European immigrants to their countries of origin or those of their ancestors); Remigration meeting (Paris summit organized by Generation Identity, November 2014); Lauren Southern (an influential proponent of the Great Replacement theory); Heinz-Christian Strache (Austria’s Vice Chancellor); Donald Trump; and the Unite the White Rally (Charlottesville, 2017). Full text.

Weisskircher, Manès. “The European Parliament elections: Trouble in paradise for Austria’s right-wing government?” LSE EUROPP – European Politics and Policy Blog, February 25, 2019. Full text.

Weisskircher, Manès. “Understanding Gauland – how to think about radical right leadership.” openDemocracy, 25 February 2019. Full text.

“White Supremacists Embrace ‘Accelerationism.'” Anti-Defamation League Blog, April 16, 2019. Mentions accelerationism (the extremist belief that setting off a chain of destabilizing societal reactions can be a useful tool for motivating more reticent white supremacists); Atomwaffen (white supremacist group which articulates a white supremacist ideology rooted in nihilism and accelerationist beliefs); The Base (white supremacist group); Fascist Forge (an online hate forum); imminent “genocide” of the white race; Krokodil (Fascist Forge poster); Timothy McVeigh (Oklahoma City bomber); Siege (a neo-Nazi compilation of essays by James Mason); Brenton Tarrant (the alleged perpetrator of the mosque massacres in New Zealand); the Tree of Life shooting; The Turner Diaries (book by William Pierce which advocates political terror); Roman Wolf (The Base’s self-described communications specialist and recruiter); and ZOG (Zionist Occupied Government) (anti-Semitic conspiracy of Jewish control). Full text.

“Why white nationalist terrorism is a global threat.” The Economist, Mar 21, 2019. Full text (for subscribers).

Wiggen, Mette. “The Far Left Is on the Rise in Norway.” Fair Observer, April 11, 2019. Full text.

Williams, Clive. “The shape of far-right extremism in Australia.” The Strategist (Australian Strategic Policy Institute), 21 Mar 2019. Full text.

Williams, Zoe. “Mainstream conservatives are weakening defence against extremism.” The New European, 8 February 2019. Full text.

Wilson, Jason. “Christian rightwing figures warn abortion fight could lead to civil war.” The Guardian, 26 May 2019. Full text.

Wilson, Jason. “Eco-fascism is undergoing a revival in the fetid culture of the extreme right.” The Guardian, 19 Mar. 2019. Full text.

Wilson, Jason. “‘Senseless hate’: the far right’s deep roots in southern California.” The Guardian, 5 May 2019. Mentions the “alt right”; Atomwaffen Division (militant neo-Nazi group); Californians for Population Stabilization (anti-immigrant group in Santa Barbara); the David Horowitz Freedom Foundation (Los Angeles); Identity Evropa (IE) (militant anti-immigration group); Jihad Watch (anti-Muslim group in Sherman Oaks); the John Birch Society (JBS) (conspiracy-minded anticommunist group); Ku Klux Klan; Tom Metzger (founder of the White Aryan Resistance); Kevin McDonald (editor of the Occidental Observer); Patriot Prayer (far-right group); the Poway synagogue shooting; the Proud Boys (far-right group); the Rise Above Movement (RAM) (violent rightwing California-based group); Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia; Robert Welch (JBS founder); “white identity”; Samuel Woodward (murderer of Blaze Bernstein and a member of Atomwaffen Division); and “you will not replace us” (Unite the Right rally slogan). Full text.

Wilson, Josh. “Islamophobia has ‘seeped into the public consciousness’ as British Far-Right movement grows, polling shows.” The Telegraph, 25 March 2019. Excerpt.

Withers, Rachel. “In Australia, Anti-Immigrant Racism Is Everywhere.” Slate, March 15, 2019. Mentions the alt-right; Fraser Anning (racist Australian senator); Blair Cottrell (Hitler fan); the Dingoes (anti-Semitic Australian online group); “final solution” (Fraser Anning’s proposal to ban Muslim immigration); “The Great Replacement” (Brenton Tarrant’s manifesto); Mark Latham (a One Nation candidate and Dingoes’ podcast guest); Stefan Molyneux (Canadian alt-right figure); the National Front (New Zealand far-right group); One Nation (racist Australian party); New Zealand First party (anti-immigration party); Winston Peters (New Zealand First party leader); Jordan Peterson (Canadian alt-right figure); Lauren Southern (Canadian alt-right figure); Soros conspiracy theories; Brenton Tarrant (alleged New Zealand mosque shooter); white supremacy; Milo Yiannopoulos. Full text.

Wodak, Ruth. “Austria’s smoking gun: Strache, ‘Ibiza-Gate’, and ‘Saint’ Sebastian.” openDemocracy, 6 July 2019. Full text.

Wodak, Ruth. “Contesting liberal democracy using the racialisation of space.” openDemocracy, 6 March 2019. Full text and here.

Wolfe, Alan. “Nathan Glazer’s Life of the Mind.” The New Republic, May 16, 2019. Full text.

Wood, Andrew. “The American Roots of a Right-Wing Conspiracy.” Commune, 20 Mar. 2019. On the American origins of the theory of “cultural Marxism” in Lyndon LaRouche’s left-wing sectarian view of the Frankfurt School as a secret brainwashing operation for the CIA. Mentions Anders Behring Breivik (Norwegian far-right terrorist); Pat Buchanan (paleoconservative politician); COINTELPRO (Counter Intelligence Program) (the FBI’s counterrevolutionary campaign to infiltrate, derail, and neutralize radical and subversive political organizations between 1956 and 1971); “Cultural Marxism” (right-wing conspiracy theory alleging that Frankfurt School theorists, such as Theodor Adorno, Erich Fromm, and Herbert Marcuse, emigrated to the United States of America in the 1930s to implant the “Marxist” ideologies of political correctness, multiculturalism, and feminism); Executive Intelligence Review (EIR) (a LaRouche magazine); David Horowitz (American right figure and New Left apostate); Lyndon LaRouche (notorious Trotskyist-turned-fascist cult leader); William S. Lind (Free Congress Foundation paleoconservative and popularizer of the “Cultural Marxism” conspiracy theory); Michael J. Minnicino (author of “The New Dark Age: The Frankfurt School and Political Correctness”); The National Caucus of Labor Committees (NCLC) (LaRouche’s organization); Brenton Tarrant (the eco-fascist who carried out a terrorist attack on a mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand); 2083—A European Declaration of Independence (Breivik’s manifesto blaming “Cultural Marxism” for the mass migration of Muslims into mainland Europe); Michael A. Walsh (conservative music critic); and Paul Weyrich (Free Congress Foundation paleoconservative and popularizer of the “Cultural Marxism” conspiracy theory). Full text.

Woods, Mike. “The vested interests of the UK’s Yellow Vests.” RFI, 9 January 2019. On “Yellow Vests UK” demonstrator and Tommy Robinson supporter James Goddard and the “Yellow Vests UK” members’ alleged current or past links with far-right groups including the English Defence League, Britain First, and the anti-Islam Pegida movement. Full text and audio interview with Chris Allen.

Wren-Lewis, Simon. “A partisan media is fuelling far-right extremism — we need to wake up.” New Statesman, 9 April 2019. On the powerful influence of mainstream media on the political fringe. Full text.

Yablon, Alex. “One State’s Plan to Make Violent White Supremacy Grounds for Gun Removal.” The Trace, May 20, 2019. Washington as one of 15 states with an ERPO or “red-flag” law, which provided police, family members, mental health professionals, and educators with a way to disarm gun owners who are deemed a threat to themselves or others. Full text.

Yong-Song, Ryang. “The Current State of Extreme Right Hate Speech in Japan and ARIC’s counter-Strategy.” HOPE not hate, 9 August 2019. On the Anti-Racism Information Center (ARIC), a Japanese far-right surveillance NGO. Mentions Taro Aso (Japanese far-right politician); Anders Behring Breivik (Norwegian killer); Holocaust denial; Shintaro Ishihara (Japanese far-right politician); Japan First party (JFP) (Japanese far-right party); the Japanese Conservative Political Action (J-CPAC); Hiroyuki Seto (advisor to the JFP and author of a book eulogising Hitler); Mio Sugita (Japanese far-right politician). Full text.

Younge, Gary. “White supremacy feeds on mainstream encouragement. That has to stop.” The Guardian, 5 Apr. 2019. Full text.

Ypi, Lea. “The centre is dead. When will the left wake up and speak with one voice like the far right?” The Independent, 27 May 2019. Full text and here.

Zabala, Santiago. “What type of fascism is driving the far right today?” Al Jazeera, July 21, 2019. Mentions Alternative for Germany (AfD) (German far-right party); Steve Bannon (former White House aide); Francisco Franco; Adolf Hitler; Identity and Democracy populist group (group in the European Parliament which includes far-right parties such as National Front and Alternative for Germany); Benito Mussolini (Italian fascist leader); National Front (FN) (French far-right party); Viktor Orban (Hungarian Prime Minister); Matteo Salvini (Italian Deputy Prime Minister); and US President Donald Trump. Full text.

Zulianello, Mattia. “Right-wing populist parties made only modest electoral gains in the EP elections, but their influence is now unprecedented.” LSE EUROPP – European Politics and Policy Blog, May 30, 2019. Full text.


“Hate in the White House.” Southern Poverty Law Center. March. February. January.


Marlatt, Greta E. “Lone Wolf Terrorism – A Brief Bibliography.” Homeland Security Digital Library, Naval Postgraduate School, Center for Homeland Defense and Security. Created September 2013. Last Updated August 2019. Full text.

“Publications Alert.” e-Extreme (ECPR Standing Group on Extremism & Democracy) 20.1 (January 2019): 28-36. Full text and here.

“Publications Alert.” e-Extreme (ECPR Standing Group on Extremism & Democracy) 20.2 (June 2019): 28-36. Full text.

Scrivens, Ryan. “115+ Academic Theses (Ph.D. and MA) on the Role of the Internet in Facilitating and Combating Radicalization, Extremism, Terrorism and Cyber-Terrorism, written in English between 1995 and 2019.” Perspectives on Terrorism 13.3 (June 2019): 230-237. Full text.

The State of Nationalism: An International Review. An online, open-source guide to nationalism that is jointly supported by National movements and Intermediary Structures in Europe (NISE) and the University of East London (UEL). Added in 2019: Yesim Bayar, Nationalism and empire. Full text.


Aaronson, Trevor, and Margot Williams. “The Threat Within Dataset.” Right-wing and eco databases that identify, respectively, crimes that appear to have met the Patriot Act definition of domestic terrorism, and cases that were prosecuted under the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act or its precursor, or described publicly by the Justice Department as domestic terrorism. Databases.

Acosta, Benjamin. “Reconceptualizing Resistance Organizations and Outcomes: Introducing the Revolutionary and Militant Organizations Dataset (REVMOD).” Journal of Peace Research 56.5 (Sept. 2019): 724-734. Organizations (goals) include Las Autodefensas Unidas de Colombia (AUC) (eliminate FARC and ELN); Autodefensas Campesinas de Córdoba y Urabá (ACCU) (eliminate FARC); No Más (end FARC-government war); Movimiento Nacionalista Cubano (replace communist regime in Cuba with liberal-democracy); Omega-7 (replace communist regime in Cuba with liberal-democracy); Alpha 66 (replace communist regime in Cuba with liberal-democracy); Alpha 66/Commandos L (replace communist regime in Cuba with liberal-democracy); Ejército Segredo Anti-Comunista (ESA)/Anti-Communist Front (preserve non-communist El Salvador); Alianza Republicana Nacionalista (ARENA) (preserve non-communist El Salvador); Patriotische Europäer gegen die Islamisierung des Abendlandes (PEGIDA) (reduce Muslim immigration to Europe); Nuclei Armati Rivoluzionari (NAR)/Ordine Nero (ON) (reestablish fascist state in Italy); Movimento Sociale Italiano (MSI) (reestablish fascist state in Italy); Movimiento da Resistencia Mocambicana (MRM) (stymie communism and establish populist state in Mozambique); Resistência Nacional Moçambicana (RENAMO) (stymie communism and establish populist state in Mozambique); Fuerza Democrática Nicaragüense (FDN) (Contras) (topple the Sandinista regime); Nawapol/Nawaphon (eliminate communists from Thailand); Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) (establish theocracy in Uganda based on the Ten Commandments); Jewish Defense League (JDL) (protect Jewish population from organized threats); Ku Klux Klan (KKK)/White League/Red Shirts (establish Democratic hegemony in the South); Ku Klux Klan (KKK) (preserve white protestant supremacy in the U.S.); Ku Klux Klan (KKK) (establish segregated state in the U.S.); Aryan Nations (AN) (establish White-supremacist state in the U.S.); Aryan Nations (AN)/The Order (establish White-supremacist state in the U.S.); Covenant, Sword, and Arm of the Lord (CSA) (establish White-supremacist state in the U.S.); and Army of God (AOG) (end abortion in the U.S.). Abstract. Dataset.

Döring, Holger, and Sven Regel. Party Facts: A database of political parties worldwide. Database.

Hawkins, Kirk A., Rosario Aguilar, Bruno Castanho Silva, Erin K. Jenne, Bojana Kocijan, and Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser. “Global Populism Database, v1.” “Global Populism Database measures the level of populist discourse in the speeches of 215 chief executives (presidents and prime ministers) from 66 countries across all continents. The dataset covers 279 government terms and includes more than 1,000 speeches, mostly between 2000 and 2018.” 2019. Database.

Ravndal, Jacob Aasland. “Right-wing terrorism and violence in Western Europe: the RTV dataset.” C-REX – Center for Research on Extremism, 2019. The RTV dataset documents right-wing terrorism and violence in Western Europe between 1990 and 2015. Dataset.

Rossell Hayes, Alexander. “Replication Data for How Radical Right-Wing Populism Shapes Migration Policy: Austria and Germany’s Divergence.” Harvard Dataverse, 2019. Replication data.

Tschantret, Joshua. “The Old Terrorism: A Dataset, 1860-1969.” International Interactions, Published online: 12 Aug 2019. Presenting a dataset of over 250 terrorist organizations formed between 1860 and 1969. Rightist groups in the U.S. include Black Legion (Bellaire, Ohio, 1924-1936); The Columbians (Atlanta, 1946-1947); Knights of the White Camellia (Franklin, Louisiana, 1867-1870); Ku Klux Klan I (Pulaski, 1865-1869); Ku Klux Klan II (Atlanta, 1915-1944); Ku Klux Klan III (Birmingham, 1951); Original Ku Klux Klan of the Confederacy (Birmingham, 1955-1958); Secret Army Organization (San Diego, 1969-1972); Silver Dollar Group (Vidalia, Louisiana, 1964-1967); Southern Cross (New Orleans, 1865-1869); United Klans of America (Alabama, 1960-1987); White Knights of Mississippi (Mississippi, 1964); and The White Line (Vicksburg Mississippi, 1874-1874). Rightist groups in other countries include Organization of Ukranian Nationalists (Vienna, Austria, 1929-1940); Ku Klux Klan of Canada (Montreal, Canada, 1922-1929); Blue Shirts Society (Shanghai, China, 1932-1938); Comité Secret d’Action Révolutionnaire (La Cagoule) (Paris, France, 1936-1941); Compagnie du Mystère (Saint-Brieuc, Brittany, France, 1938-1938); Mouvement Social Révolutionnaire (Paris, France, 1940-1941); Red Hand (France, 1952-1959); Federation for European Nationalist Action (France, 1966-1987); Gruppe um Dr. Burger (Munich, Germany, 1961-1964); Organisation Consul (Munich, Germany, 1921-1922); Viking League (Munich, Germany, 1923-1928); Ordine Nuovo (Milan-Italy, 1957, 1973); Black Dragon Society (Amur Society) (Tokyo, Japan, 1901-1946); League of Blood Society (Tokyo, Japan, 1932-1932); Sakura (Cherry Society) (Tokyo, Japan, 1930-1931); Al-Tanzim (Beirut, Lebanon, 1969-1990); Bulgarian Secret Revolutionary Brotherhood (Salonica (Thessaloniki), Ottomon Empire, 1897-1899); Iron Guard (Bucharest, Romania, 1927-1941); Union of the Russian People (Black Hundreds) (Saint Petersburg, Russia, 1905-1917); Falange (pistoleros) (Madrid, Spain, 1934-1936); Spanish Phalanx (Madrid, Spain, 1933-1934); and Ustaše (Zagreb, Yugoslavia, 1929-1945). Full text. Supplementary materials and here. Data.


Aguilera. Rodrigo.  “The Ecosystem of the New Right: Personalities. Thinkers. Enablers.”  An infographic that summarizes the communities and the personalities behind the New Right in the English-speaking world., January 14, 2019.  Infographic and here and here and here.

Cai, Weiyi, and Simone Landon. “Attacks by White Extremists Are Growing. So Are Their Connections.” The New York Times, April 3, 2019. Full text with infographics.

Farand, Chloe, Mat Hope, and Richard Collett-White. “Mapped: A Who’s Who of Brexit and Climate Science Denial.” DeSmog UK, June 10, 2019. Maps and text.

“Map of White Supremacist Flyering in the U.S.” Southern Poverty Law Center, Jan. 2019.  Map.


Squire, Megan. “Unite the Right” Pre-Event Marketing Examples. Flyers collected online June 2017-current. Slide show.


“Angela Saini introduces Superior.” Waterstones on YouTube, May 29, 2019. Saini summarizes her book Superior: The Return of Race Science. Video.

Aravosis, John. UnPresidented Podcast Episode 165: Right-wing Extremism 101, with guest David Neiwert. 14 February 2019. Podcast (excerpt) and here.

Asthana, Anushka. “Facing up to Europe’s far right.” Today in Focus, The Guardian, 15 May 2019. Asthana is joined by Jennifer Rankin, Shaun Walker and Angelique Chrisafis to assess the rising tide of populism across the continent. Podcast.

Asthana, Anushka. “Inside the neo-Nazi plot to kill a Labour MP.” Today in Focus, The Guardian, 22 May 2019. On a plot by the neo-Nazi group National Action. Asthana is joined by Robbie Mullen and Matthew Collins. Podcast.

Asthana, Anushka, and Peter Walker. “How Ukip embraced the far right.” The Guardian, 22 January 2019. Podcast.

Banerjee, Mouli. “Daphne Halikiopoulou on European right-wing populism.” YouTube, May 15, 2019. An interview with Daphne Halikiopoulou. Video.

A Century of Radical Right Extremism: New Approaches. Backdoor Broadcasting Company, 10 June 2019. Recorded programmes from the Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Inaugural Conference, Richmond, London, 15-17 May 2019. Podcasts.

Coiro, Angie. “Terrorism and President Trump.” The Chip Franklin Show, April 30, 2019. Interview with Ahmed Baba. Podcast and here.

Eugenics: Science’s Greatest Scandal.  BBC Four, 30 September 2019.  Trailer and clips.

Gross, Terry. “Author Says New Zealand Massacre Points To A Global Resurgence Of ‘Extremism.'” Fresh Air, NPR, March 25, 2019. An interview with J.M. Berger, author of the book Extremism and co-author of Isis: The State of Terror. Podcast and transcription of interview highlights.

Guillory, Sean. “The Judeo-Bolshevik Myth.” SRB Podcast, May 24, 2019. An interview with Paul Hanebrink, author of A Specter Haunting Europe: The Myth of Judeo-Bolshevism. Podcast and here. Transcript.

Hever, Shir. “The New Authoritarians.” The Real News Network, May 28, 2019. David Renton discusses his new book The New Authoritarians: Convergence on the Right. Video and transcript.

“Lone-actor terrorists, a behavioural analysis.” Nine To Noon, RNZ, 2 April 2019. Interview with Paul Gill about his research on lone-actor terrorism and the Grievance Project. Podcast.

Millar, Lisa. “Australia’s alt-right is fighting a cultural battle to ‘radicalise’ the political narrative, expert says.” The World Today (Australian Broadcasting Corporation), 18 Apr 2019. An interview with Jordan McSweeney. Podcast.

Morrison, John F. “Researching the Far Right.” Talking Terror, 22 May 2019. With guest Vidhya Ramalingam, co-founder and co-director of Moonshot CVE. Podcast.

Mulhall, Joe. “An Interview with Dave Renton about the Anti Nazi League, RAR and the Smashing of the National Front.” Hope Not Hate, February 1, 2019. Podcast.

“On Boris Johnson and the Brexit Party.” A Correction: A podcast, July 29, 2019. A conversation with Paul Stocker about Boris Johnson and the radical right in Britain. Podcast.

“Out-Organizing Racists: ROAR Conference 2019 + Spencer Sunshine on Fascism.” The Final Straw Radio, Apr. 14, 2019. A conversation with Spencer Sunshine. Podcast.

“The Rise Of Right Wing Extremism.” Today with Miriam O’Callaghan. Interview with Dr. Paul Stocker. RTÉ Radio 1, Aug. 13, 2019. Podcast and here.

Ryan, Melissa. “Melissa Ryan Speaks to David Neiwert.” An interview with David Neiwert. Ctrl Alt-Right Delete, May 31, 2019. Podcast.

“3 Ways the Far-Right has Changed – and How We Can Fight Back.” David Renton, author of The New Authoritarians: Convergence on the Right (2019), outlines three key ways in which right-wing politics is shifting across the globe: (1) a growing internationalism; (2) a convergence between the far-right and the mainstream right; and (3) a partial disavowal of fascism. Pluto Press, 2019. Video.

Wodak, Ruth, and Luke Cooper. “Britain Alone: The self-inflicted darkest hour.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, April 16, 2019. Full text.