Adorno, Theodor W. Aspects of the New Right-Wing Extremism. Translated by Wieland Hoban. Cambridge: Polity, 2020
Affective Politics of Digital Media: Propaganda by Other Means. Edited by Megan Boler and Elizabeth Davis. New York and London: Routledge, 2020. [Introduction: Propaganda by Other Means, by Megan Boler and Elizabeth Davis, 1-50, full text; Part II. Affective Media, Social Media, and Journalism: New Relationships. 7. Pioneering Countercultural Conservatism: Limbaugh, Drudge, and Breitbart, by Anthony Nadler, 153-169; 8. Breitbart’s attacks on Mainstream Media: Victories, Victimhood, and Vilification, by Jason Roberts and Karin Wahl-Jorgensen, 170-185; 9. Algorithmic Enclaves: Affective Politics and Algorithms in the Neoliberal Social Media Landscape, by Merlyna Lim, 186-203; 10. Hashtagging the Quebec Mosque Shooting: Twitter Discourses of Resistance, Mourning, and Islamophobia, by Yasmin Jiwani and Ahmed Al-Rawi, 204-225]. Chapter abstracts.
Allen, Chris. Reconfiguring Islamophobia: A Radical Rethinking of a Contested Concept. Cham: Palgrave Pivot, 2020. Chapter abstracts.
Amery, Fran. Beyond Pro-life and Pro-choice: The Changing Politics of Abortion in Britain. Bristol: Bristol University Press, 2020
Anti-Fascism in a Global Perspective: Transnational Networks, Exile Communities, and Radical Internationalism. Edited by Kasper Braskén, Nigel Copsey, and David J Featherstone. London and New York: Routledge, 2020. Contents: Introduction: Towards A Global History of Anti-Fascism, by Kasper Braskén, David Featherstone, and Nigel Copsey, 1-20, full text — Part I. Globalising Anti-Fascist Geographies, 21-152 — 1. Radical Diasporic Anti-Fascism in the 1920s: Italian Anarchists in the English-Speaking World, by Nigel Copsey, 23-42 — 2. Anti-Fascism in Brazil During the Interwar Period: International Repercussions, National Expressions and Transnational Networks Between Europe and the Americas, by João Fábio Bertonha, 43-57 — 3. ‘Con Saludos Comunistas’: The Caribbean Bureau of the Comintern, Anti-Imperialist Radical Networks, and the Foundations for an Anti-Fascist Culture in the Caribbean Basin, 1927-1935, by Sandra Pujals, 58-76 — 4. Anti-Fascism in South Africa 1933-1945, and its Legacies, by Jonathan Hyslop, 77-95 — 5. “Make Scandinavia a Bulwark against Fascism!” Hitler’s Seizure of Power and the Transnational Anti-Fascist Movement in the Nordic Countries, by Kasper Braskén, 96-114 — 6. Anti-Fascism and Anti-Imperialism Between the World Wars: The Perspective from India, by Michele L. Louro, 115-132 — 7. No Place for Neutrality: The Case for Democracy and the League against Nazism And Fascism in Syria And Lebanon, by Sana Tannoury-Karam, 133-152 — Part II. Transnational Lives, Radical Internationalism, 153-289 — 8. Anti-Fascism, Anti-Colonialism and the Contested Spaces of Maritime Organising, by David Featherstone, 155-175 — 9. Transnational Anarchism against Fascisms: Subaltern Geopolitics and Spaces of Exile in Camillo Berneri’s Work, by Federico Ferretti, 176-196 — 10. “Aid the Victims of German Fascism!” Transatlantic Networks and The Rise of Anti-Nazism in the USA, 1933-1935, by Kasper Braskén, 197-217 — 11. Addis Ababa, Rio De Janeiro And Moscow 1935: The Double Failure of Comintern Anti-Fascism and Anti-Colonialism, by Bernhard H. Bayerlein, 218-233 — 12. ‘World Capital of Anti-Fascism’? The Making – and Breaking – of a Global Left in Spain, 1936-1939, by Hugo García, 234-253 — 13. African American Internationalism and Anti-Fascism, by Cathy Bergin, 254-272 — 14. ‘A Great Example of International Solidarity’: Cuban Medical Volunteers in the Spanish Civil War, by Ariel Mae Lambe, 273-289. Chapter abstracts.
Applebaum, Anne. Twilight of Democracy: The Seductive Lure of Authoritarianism. New York: Doubleday, 2020
Bates, Laura. Men Who Hate Women: From Incels to Pickup Artists, the Truth about Extreme Misogyny and How It Affects Us All. New York: Simon & Schuster, Limited, 2020
Berend, Ivan T. A Century of Populist Demagogues: Eighteen European Portraits, 1918-2018. Budapest: Central European University Press, 2020. Contents: Introduction: Who are the populist demagogues, and how can they attain political power? 1-38 — Part I. Interwar populist-communist and fascist-demagogues — Chapter 1. A Hungarian communist demagogue: Béla Kun, 41-56 — Chapter 2. A Hungarian fascist demagogue: Gyula Gömbös, 57-76 — Chapter 3. A Romanian fascist demagogue: Corneliu Zelea Codreanu, 77-92 — Chapter 4. A fascistoid Austrian demagogue: Ernst Rüdiger Starhemberg, 93-106 — Part II. Turn of the millennium populist demagogues — Chapter 5. An Austrian far-right demagogue: Jörg Haider, 109-122 — Chapter 6. A Romanian communist demagogue: Nicolae Ceausescu, 123-134 — Chapter 7. Two French demagogues: Le Diable and La Fille du Diable, Jean-Marie and Marine Le Pen, 135-164 — Chapter 8. An entertaining but harmful buffoon-type demagogue: the Italian Silvio Berlusconi, 165-186 — Chapter 9. Three nationalist demagogues in Yugoslavia and a devastating civil war, 187-224 — Chapter 10. Two British Brexit fighters: Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage, 225-254 — Chapter 11. A “freedom fighter” against the European Union: the Dutch Geert Wilders, 255-274 — Chapter 12. Three demagogues exploit the difficult transformation: Viktor Orbán in Hungary and the Kaczynski brothers of Poland, 275-308 — Conclusion, 309-330. Chapter abstracts.
Beyond Populism: Angry Politics and the Twilight of Neoliberalism. Edited by Jeff Maskovsky and Sophie Bjork-James. Morgantown: West Virginia University Press, 2020. Contents: 1. Introduction, by Jeff Maskovsky and Sophie Bjork James, full text — Part 1: The Roots of Rage — 2. Populism and Its Others: After Neoliberalism, by Don Robotham — 3. Americanism, Trump, and Uniting the White Right, by Sophie Bjork-James — 4. Make in India: Hindu Nationalism, Global Capital, and “Jobless Growth,” by Preeti Sampat — 5. Blue Bloods, Parvenus, and Mercenaries: Authoritarianism and Political Violence in Colombia, by Lesley Gill — Part 2: Multiplicities of Anger — 6. Frustrations, Failures and Fractures: Brexit and ‘politics as usual’ in the UK, by John Clarke — 7. Postsocialist Populisms? by Gerald Creed and Mary N. Taylor — 8. Fascism, a Haunting: Spectral Politics and Resistance in Twenty-First-Century Italy, by Lilith Mahmud, 141-166, full text and here — 9. Other People’s Race Problem: Trumpism and the Collapse of the Liberal Racial Consensus in the United States, by Jeff Maskovsky — 10. Euphemisms We Die By: On Epochal Anxiety, Necropolitics, and “Green” Authoritarianism in the Philippines, by Noah Theriault — Part 3: Unsettling Authoritarian Populisms — 11. Left Populism in the Heart of South America: From Plurinational Promise to a Renewed Extractive Nationalism, by Carwil Bjork-James — 12. “Fed Up” in Ethiopia: Emotions, civics education and anti-authoritarian protest, by Jennifer Riggan — 13. Islamophobic Nationalism and Attitudinal Islamophilia, by Nazia Kazi — Afterword, by Jeff Maskovsky and Sophie Bjork-James. Full text (draft form).
Bochum, Penny. ‘We are the People’: The Rise of the AfD in Germany. London: Haus Publishing, 2020
Broder, David. First They Took Rome: How the Populist Right Conquered Italy. Brooklyn, NY, and London: Verso Books, 2020
Buckby, Jack. Monster of Their Own Making: How the Far Left, the Media, and Politicians are Creating Far-Right Extremists. New York: Bombardier Books, 2020
Casolari, Marzia. In the Shadow of the Swastika: The Relationships Between Indian Radical Nationalism, Italian Fascism and Nazism. London and New York: Routledge, 2020. Chapter 1. Italian Fascism and Indian radical nationalism: The early phase. Chapter abstracts.
Conservative Philanthropies and Organizations Shaping U.S. Educational Policy and Practice. Edited by Kathleen deMarrais, Brigette A. Herron and Janie Copple. Gorham, ME: Myers Education Press, 2020. Contents: Preface, full text; 1. Benevolence or Tax Avoidance? A Primer for Understanding How Philanthropic Foundations Work—Kathleen deMarrais, Brigette Herron, and Janie Copple; 2. Ideology and the Education Debate: Examining the Powell Memorandum’s Influence on Education Policy and Neoliberal Reform Models—Jamie C. Atkinson; 3. Lochner’s Redeemers: How the Federalist Society and the Institute of Justice Impact the School Privatization Movement—Brian Dotts; 4. The Myth of Educational Freedom: The DeVos Family’s Influence on Educational Policy—Jamie B. Lewis; 5. Tracking Catholic School Funding From K-12 Through Higher Education—Kevin J. Burke; 6. The City Fund Takes It to “The People”: How Top-Down Reforms Imposed on New Orleans Will Be Bankrolled as Bottom-Up Initiatives in Cities—Kristen Buras; 7. The Walton Family Foundation: Key Players, Initiatives, and Its Growing Influence on Colleges and Universities—Kathleen deMarrais, Brigette Herron, and Janie Copple; 8. Conservative Philanthropy and Historically Black Colleges and Universities: Historical Trends and the Current Landscape—E. Anthony Muhammad; 9. Operationalizing Toxic Ideology: How Radical Right-Wing Campus Organizations Undermine Democratic Engagement—T. Jameson Brewer and Amy Swain; 10. Miseducation of Communities: Sinclair Broadcasting and the Nationalization of Local News—Janie Copple, Kathleen deMarrais, and Brigette Herron; Coda—Brigette Herron, Kathleen deMarrais, and Janie Copple.
Darby, Seyward. Sisters in Hate: American Women on the Front Lines of White Nationalism. New York: Little, Brown and Company, 2020
Das, Raju J. Critical Reflections on Economy and Politics in India: A Class Theory Perspective. Towards a Political Economy of Fascistic Tendencies. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2020. Chapter previews.
De Vries, Catherine E., and Sara B. Hobolt. Political Entrepreneurs: The Rise of Challenger Parties in Europe. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2020. Chapter excerpts.
Digital Extremisms: Readings in Violence, Radicalisation and Extremism in the Online Space. Edited by Mark Littler and Benjamin Lee. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020. Contents: Introduction, by Mark Littler and Benjamin Lee, 1-11 – Pioneers of World Wide Web Fascism: The British Extreme Right and Web 1.0, by Paul Jackson, 13-36 – Cumulative Extremism and the Online Space: Reciprocal Radicalisation Effects Between the Extreme Right and Radical Islamists in the UK, by William Allchorn, 37-62 – Haters Gonna “Like”: Exploring Canadian Far-Right Extremism on Facebook, by Ryan Scrivens and Amarnath Amarasingam, 63-89, full text and here –‘Neo-Nazis Have Stolen Our Memes’: Making Sense of Extreme Memes, by Benjamin Lee, 91-108 – Then and Now: Irish Republicanism and Ulster Loyalism Online, by Lorraine Bowman-Grieve and Stephen Herron, 109-132 – Animal Rights Extremism and the Internet, by Ruth McAlister and Rachel Monaghan, 133-156 – ‘Demonic Slappers’ and ‘Fascists’? Exploring Extreme British Anti-abortion Activism on Facebook, by Mark Littler, 157-176 – Jihadi Fans Revisited: Mapping the Commonalities with Non-Islamic Extremism, by Gilbert Ramsay, 177-196 – Developing Effective and Ethical ‘Secondary’ Intervention Programmes to Counter Radicalisation and Polarisation, by Jonathan Birdwell, 197-222 – Researching the Radical Right: Making Use of the Digital Space and Its Challenges, by Pelham Carter and Katherine Kondor, 223-252 – Conclusion, by Benjamin Lee and Mark Littler, 253-262. Chapter abstracts. Chapter previews.
Domby, Adam H. The False Cause: Fraud, Fabrication, and White Supremacy in Confederate Memory. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2020. Chapter abstracts.
Ebner, Julia. Going Dark: The Secret Social Lives of Extremists. London, Oxford, New York, New Dehli, Sydney: Bloomsbury Publishing, 2020
Ellinas, Antonis A. Organizing Against Democracy: The Local Organizational Development of Far Right Parties in Greece and Europe. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020
The Emergence of Illiberalism: Understanding a Global Phenomenon. Edited by Boris Vormann and Michael D. Weinman. New York and London: Routledge, 2020. Contents: Part 1: Democracy, Contested: Causes of Illiberalism, 1-98 — 1. From a Politics of No Alternative to a Politics of Fear, by Michael Weinman and Boris Vormann, 3-26, full text — 2. What does a Legitimation Crisis Mean Today? by Brian Milstein, 27-42 — 3. Illiberal Democracy and the Struggle on the Right, by Marc Plattner, 43-57 — 4. Illiberal Democracy? A Tocquevillian Perspective, by Ewa Atanassow, 58-70 — 5. The Open Society from a Conservative Perspective, by Roger Scruton, 71-84 — 6. The Failing Technocratic Prejudice and the Challenge to Liberal Democracy, by Roger Berkowitz, 85-98 — Part 2: Democracy, Distorted: Cases of Illiberalism, 99-223 — 7. Global Trumpism: Understanding Anti-System Politics in Western Democracies, by Jonathan Hopkin and Mark Blyth, 101-123 — 8. The Crisis of Democracy: The United States in Perspective, by Christian Lammert, 124-139 — 9. The European Union and Its Chances for Democratic Revitalization, by Claudia Wiesner, 140-156 — 10. Eastern Europe’s Illiberal Revolution, by Ivan Krastev, 157-165 — 11. Illiberal Democracy or Electoral Autocracy: The Case of Turkey, by Gülçin Balamir Coşkun and Aysuda Kölemen, 166-187 — 12. India’s Unofficial Emergency, by Nandini Sundar, 188-201 — 13. Japan: Land of the Rising Right, by Kristin Surak, 202-209 — 14. “It’s all corrupt”: The Roots of Bolsonarism in Brazil, by Esther Solano, 210-223 — Part 3: Epilogue: Persevering through a Crisis of Conviction, 225-246 — 15. Populism and Democracy: The Long View, by Craig Calhoun, 227-246. Chapter abstracts.
Euroscepticisms: The Historical Roots of a Political Challenge. Edited by Mark Gilbert and Daniele Pasquinucci. Brill, 2020. Contents: Introduction, by Mark Gilbert and Daniele Pasquinucci, 1-9 — Euroscepticism and European Integration: A Historical Appraisal, by Antonio Varsori, 10-32 — Exploring the Long-Term and Short-Term Causes of Euroscepticism: The Roots of French Opposition to European Integration, by Emmanuelle Reungoat, 33-56 — Beyond Euroscepticism: Italian Criticism of European Integration, by Daniele Pasquinucci, 57-74 — Contesting Europe: German Opposition to European Integration in Historical Perspective, by Gabriele D’Ottavio, 75-96 — Dutch Europhilia: A Deviation from a Long-standing Eurosceptic Tradition?, by Hans Vollaard, 97-120 — The Intellectual Origins of Brexit: Enoch Powell, Douglas Jay and the British Dissenting Tradition, by Mark Gilbert, 121-139 — Danish Euroscepticism and Its Changing Faces/Phases, 1945-2018, by Thorsten Borring Olesen, 140-163 — Backdoor Colonialism or Anchor of Modernity? A Short History of Ideas about European Integration within the Greek Left, by Kira Gartzou-Katsouyanni, 164-189 — The Historical Roots of Euroscepticism in Poland, by Simona Guerra, 190-204 — The Scepticism of a Latecomer: Modern Czech Views of Europe, by Adéla Gjuricová, 205-221 — Failing the European Rorschach Test? European Integration and Euroscepticisms, by Paul Taggart, 222-229. Chapter abstracts.
Far-Right Revisionism and the End of History: Alt/Histories. Edited by Louie Dean Valencia-García. New York and London: Routledge, 2020. Contents: 1. Far-Right Revisionism and the End of History, by Louie Dean Valencia-García, 3-26, full text— Part I: Rewriting the Past: The History of History and Alternate Timelines — 2. The Myth of the Myth of the Andalusian Paradise: The Extreme Right and the American Revision of the History and Historiography of Medieval Spain, by S.J. Pearce, 29-67 — 3. The Black Legend and Its Shadow: Re-writing Colonial Narratives, the Blind Spots of Racism and the Rise of Conservative Nationalisms, by René Carrasco, 69-90 — 4. The Far Right and Women’s History, by Charlotte Mears, 91-104 — 5. The Wheel That Never Ceases: Reinventions of the Spanish Second Republic for a New National Right (2004-2017), by Iker Itoiz Ciáurriz, 105-120 — 6. The Alternative Historiography of the Alt-Right: Conservative Historical Subjectivity from the Tea Party to Trump, by A.J. Bauer, 121-138 — 7. The Extremist Construction of Identity in the Historical Narratives of Alexander Dugin’s Fourth Political Theory, by Charles Robert Sullivan and Amy Fisher-Smith, 139-157 — Part II: The Past in the Present: History in the Public Sphere — 8. The Problem of Alt-Right Medievalist White Supremacy, and Its Black Medievalist Answer, by Cord J. Whitaker, 159-177 — 9. Getting Medieval Post-Charlottesville: Medievalism and the Alt-Right, by Thomas Blake, 179-198 — 10. Dresden Will Never Be Hiroshima: Morality, the Bomb and Far-Right Empathy for the Refugee, by A.K.M. Skarpelis, 199-220 — 11. Between Past and Present: Allied Sexual Violence as a “Usable Past” in Contemporary Italy, by Stephanie De Paola, 221-234 — 12. “Long Live the Polarization”: The Brazilian Radical Right and the Uses of the Past Under Jair Bolsonaro, by Vinícius Bivar, 235-249 — Part III: History of the Future: Law, Science and Technology — 13. Hate Groups and Greco-Roman Antiquity Online: To Rehabilitate or Reconsider? by Curtis Dozier, 251-269 — 14. Past Continues: The Instrumentalization of History in the Countries of Former Yugoslavia, by Maja Nenadović and Mario Mažić, 271-286 — 15. Esoteric Fascism Online: 4chan and the Kali Yuga, by Marc Tuters, 287-304 — 16. The Rise and Fall of the Far Right in the Digital Age, by Louie Dean Valencia-García, 305-346, full text — 17. Transforming the Law: Canada’s Bill C-16, Gender, and Post-Truth Politics, by Tyler Stacy, 347-358 — 18. “A Large and Longstanding Body”: Historical Authority in the Science of Sex, by Jeffrey W. Lockhart, 359-386 — 19. Essentially a Lie: Challenging Biological Essentialist Interpretations of Transgender Neurology, by Tristan Fehr, 387-411 — 20. The Country of the Future No More, by Lauri Tähtinen, 412-422. Chapter abstracts.
A Fascist Decade of War: 1935-1945 in International Perspective. Edited by Marco Maria Aterrano and Karine Varley. London and New York: Routledge, 2020. Contents: Introduction: a Fascist decade of war? The impact of the Italian wars on the international stage, 1935-1945, by Marco Maria Aterrano and Karine Varley, 1-10, full text – Part I. The international dimension: policy-making and diplomacy, 11-68 – 1. An opportunity missed: Britain and the Abyssinian Crisis, by Steven Morewood, 13-27 – 2. American policy towards Italy during its ‘decade of war,’ by Andrew N. Buchanan, 28-41 – 3. Repubblica Sociale Italiana and Spain: an ideological relationship in the decade of war, by Andrea Ungari, 42-56 – 4. A new deal for Italy: rethinking Britain’s punitive attitude and the making of the Allied policy in occupied Italy, 1944, by Marco Maria Aterrano, 57-68 – Part II. A fascist warfare? Military conquest, transnational fighting and the use of violence, 69-118 – 5. Blind faith: rethinking the Italian intervention in Spain, 1936, by Javier Rodrigo, 71-84 – 6. The conquest of Albania: the real beginning of World War II in Italy, by Valentina Villa, 85-94 – 7. The despicable fighting qualities of the Wops: the East African campaign and the British Commonwealth’s victory over Fascist Italy, by Andrew Stewart, 95-106 – 8. From occupiers to comrades-in-arms: Italian fighters in the ranks of the Greek People’s Liberation Army, by Ioannis Nioutsikos, 107-118 – Part III. Ideology and propaganda for the empire at war, 119-178 – 9. A new navalism for a Fascist empire: navy, geopolitics, propaganda and radicalization (1934-1940), by Fabio de Ninno, 121-133 – 10. Revisiting the ‘colonial hypothesis’: the policies and language of the Italian army in Ethiopia and Yugoslavia, by Nicolas G. Virtue, 134-148 – 11. What ‘new order’? Fascist expansionism and the Jews: the case of south-eastern France, 1942-1943, by Luca Fenoglio, 149-164 – 12. Radio propaganda during the war: the Mediterranean scenario in Radio Bari’s broadcasts (1940-1943), by Arturo Marzano, 165-178 – Part IV. A decade of war? 179-204 – 13. Fascist Italy chooses endless war, 1935-1936: continuity and break, by MacGregor Knox, 181-188 – 14. Changing perspectives: Italian studies on Italy in World War II, by Nicola Labanca, 189-204. Chapter abstracts.
Fawcett, Edmund. Conservatism: The Fight for a Tradition. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2020. Chapter abstracts.
Feldman, Matthew. Politics, Intellectuals, and Faith: Essays. Stuttgart: ibidem Press, 2020
Finchelstein, Federico. A Brief History of Fascist Lies. Oakland: University of California Press, 2020. Chapter abstracts.
Folwell, Emma J. The War on Poverty in Mississippi: From Massive Resistance to New Conservatism. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2020. Chapter abstracts.
Frank, Thomas. The People, No: A Brief History of Anti-Populism. New York: Metropolitan Books, 2020
Froio, Caterina, Pietro Castelli Gattinara, Giorgia Bulli, and Matteo Albanese. CasaPound Italia: Contemporary Extreme-Right Politics. London and New York: Routledge, 2020. Chapter abstracts. 1. CasaPound Italia: Hybridization in the Contemporary Extreme Right, 1-21, full text and here.
Frøland, Carl Müller. Understanding Nazi Ideology: The Genesis and Impact of a Political Faith. Translated by John Irons. Jefferson: McFarland & Company, Incorporated Publishers, 2020
Front Pages, Front Lines: Media and the Fight for Women’s Suffrage. Edited by Linda Steiner, Carolyn Kitch, and Brooke Kroeger. Champaign, IL: University of Illinois Press, 2020 [Afterword: Women’s Suffrage, the Press, and the Enduring Problem of White Supremacy, by Kathy Roberts Forde, 229-239, excerpt].
Gessen, Masha. Surviving Autocracy. New York: Riverhead Books, 2020
The Global Rise of Authoritarianism in the 21st Century: Crisis of Neoliberal Globalization and the Nationalist Response. Edited by Berch Berberoglu. New York and London: Routledge, 2020. Contents: Chapter 1. Introduction. Crisis of Neoliberal Globalization and the Rise of Authoritarianism in the Early 21st Century, by Berch Berberoglu, 1-12, full text – Part I. Crisis of Neoliberalism and the Rise of Authoritarianism: A Global Perspective, 13-29 — Chapter 2. The Crisis of Neoliberalism, Populist Reaction, and the Rise of Authoritarian Capitalism, by Alessandro Bonanno, 15-29 — Part II. Neoliberalism and the Rise of Authoritarianism in the Leading States of the World Economy: Russia, China, and the United States, 31-87 — Chapter 3. State, Capital, and the Transformation of the Neoliberal Policy Paradigm in Putin’s Russia, by Ilya Matveev, 33-50 — Chapter 4. Neoliberalism and Authoritarianism in China in the Early 21st Century, by Alvin Y. So, 51-68 — Chapter 5. Neoliberalism, Authoritarianism, and Resistance in the United States in the Age of Trump, by Alan Spector, 69-87 — Part III. Neoliberalism and the Rise of Authoritarianism in Latin America, Asia, and Africa, 89-157 — Chapter 6. The Latin American Politics of Neoliberal Authoritarianism, by James Petras, Henry Veltmeyer, 91-114 — Chapter 7. Neoliberalism, Contentious Politics, and the Rise of Authoritarianism in Southeast Asia, by Walden Bello, 115-132 — Chapter 8. Neoliberalism, Authoritarianism, and Popular Resistance in Africa, by Patrick Bond, 133-157 — Part IV. Case Studies of Neoliberal Authoritarianism in the Periphery: India, the Philippines, and Turkey, 159-217 — Chapter 9. Saffron Fascism: The Conflux of Hindutva Ultra-Nationalism, Neoliberal, Extractivism, and the Rise of Authoritarian Populism in Modi’s India, by Ashok Kumbamu, 161-177 — Chapter 10. Neoliberalism, Fascism, and People’s Resistance in the Philippines, by Ligaya Lindio-McGovern, 178-196 — Chapter 11. Neoliberalism and the Rise of Authoritarianism in Turkey Under the AKP, by Yildiz Atasoy, 197-217 — Part V. Neoliberalism and the Rise of Authoritarianism in Former Socialist States: Hungary and Poland, 219-274 — Chapter 12. Neoliberalism, Crisis, and Authoritarian-Ethnicist Politics: The Consolidation of the Orbán Regime in Hungary, by Adam Fabry, 221-250 — Chapter 13. Crisis of Neoliberalism and the Rise of Authoritarianism in Poland: How a “Good Change” is Turning Poland into a Neo-Authoritarian State, by Nadia Smiecinska, 251-274 — Part VI. The Future of Neoliberal Global Capitalism and the Struggle Against Authoritarianism and Fascism, 275-280 — Chapter 14. Conclusion: Neoliberal Capitalist Authoritarianism, Resistance, and Revolution on a Global Scale, by Berch Berberoglu, 277-280. Chapter abstracts.
Global White Nationalism: From Apartheid to Trump. Edited by Daniel Geary, Camilla Schofield, and Jennifer Sutton. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2020. Contents: Introduction. Toward a global history of white nationalism, by Daniel Geary, Camilla Schofield, and Jennifer Sutton, 1-28 — I. In the shadow of slavery and empire — 1. Black pasts, white nationalist racecraft and the political work of history, by Kennetta Hammond Perry, 31-52 — 2. “Regular White man”: Reveries of reverse colonisation, by Stuart Ward, 53-70 — 3. Wild power: The aftershocks of decolonization and black power, by Bill Schwarz, 71-102 — II. Opposing civil rights — 4. Enoch Powell’s America / America’s Enoch Powell, by Clive Webb, 105-130 — 5. From Belfast to Bob Jones: Ian Paisley, Protestant fundamentalism, and the Transatlantic far right, by Daniel Geary, 131-154 — III. Nostalgia for white rule — 6. ‘One last retreat’: Racial nostalgia and population panic in Smith’s Rhodesia and Powell’s Britain, by Josiah Brownell, 157-186 — 7. Transatlantic white supremacy: American segregationists and international racism after civil rights, by Zoe Hyman, 187-228 — IV. The far right in the Anglosphere — 8. White Australia alone? The international links of the Australian far right in the Cold War era, by Evan Smith, 231-261 — 9. “It’s a white fight and we’ve got to win it”: Culture, violence, and the Transatlantic far right since the 1970s, by Kyle Burke, 262-300 — Postscript: Islamophobia and the struggle against white supremacy, by Omar Khan, 301-308. Chapter abstracts and here.
Goodman, Adam. The Deportation Machine: America’s Long History of Expelling Immigrants. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 2020
Guerrero, Jean. Hatemonger: Stephen Miller, Donald Trump, and the White Nationalist Agenda. New York: William Morrow, An Imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, 2020
Hacker, Jacob S., and Paul Pierson. Let Them Eat Tweets: How the Right Rules in an Age of Extreme Inequality. New York: Liveright Publishing Corporation, 2020
Harris, Matthew L. Watchman on the Tower: Ezra Taft Benson and the Making of the Mormon Right. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 2020. Chapter excerpts.
Hart, Roderick P. Trump and Us: What He Says and Why People Listen. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2020
Hermansson, Patrick, David Lawrence, Joe Mulhall, Simon Murdoch. The International Alt-Right: Fascism for the 21st Century? London and New York: Routledge, 2020. Chapter abstracts. Introduction and here.
Hogue, Ilyse, and Ellie Langford. The Lie That Binds. Washington, D.C.: Strong Arm Press, 2020
Holland, Jennifer L. Tiny You: A Western History of the Anti-Abortion Movement. Oakland, California: University of California Press, 2020
Husbands, Christopher T. Reflections on the Extreme Right in Western Europe, 1990-2008. London and New York: Routledge, 2020. Introductory Essay.
Hussey, Laura S. The Pro-Life Pregnancy Help Movement: Serving Women or Saving Babies? Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2020. Chapter abstracts.
Intellectuals in the Latin Space during the Era of Fascism: Crossing Borders. Edited by Valeria Galimi and Annarita Gori. London and New York: Routledge, 2020. Contents: 1. Hybridizing ideas in the Latin space: Transnational agents and polycentric cross-border networks, by Annarita Gori and Valeria Galimi, 1-11, full text and here — Part 1. Transnational agents, 13 – 2. António Sardinha and his Ibero-American connections: Traditionalism and universalism, by Sérgio Campos Matos, 15-34 – 3. Ramiro de Maeztu between Spanish and Argentinian nationalism, by Alfonso Botti and Daniel Lvovich, 35-56 – 4. Pietro Maria Bardi’s first journey to South America: A narrative of travel, politics and architectural Utopia, by Paolo Rusconi, 57-84 – 5. Plínio Salgado between Brazil and Portugal: Formation and transformation of Brazilian integralism, by Leandro Pereira Gonçalves, 85-106 – Part 2. Intellectual networks, 107 – 6. The Association de la Presse Latine: Efforts and failure of a right-wing transnational pan-Latinist project, by Annarita Gori, 109-131 – 7. Les amis étrangers: Maurrassian circles and a French perspective on the Latin space during the thirties, by Valeria Galimi, 132-151 – 8. Atlantic crossings: Intellectual-politicians and the diffusion of corporatism in thirties Latin America, by António Costa Pinto, 152-170 – 9. Local and global connections of Argentinian, Uruguayan and Chilean fascists in the thirties and early forties, by Ernesto Bohoslavsky and Magdalena Broquetas, 171-194. Chapter abstracts.
Jackson, Sam. Oath Keepers: Patriotism and the Edge of Violence in a Right-Wing Antigovernment Group. New York: Columbia University Press, 2020. Introduction.
Jones, Larry Eugene. The German Right, 1918-1930: Political Parties, Organized Interests, and Patriotic Associations in the Struggle against Weimar Democracy. Cambridge, New York, Port Melbourne, New Delhi, Singapore: Cambridge University Press, 2020
Jones, Robert P. White Too Long: The Legacy of White Supremacy in American Christianity. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2020
Kalmár, György. Post-Crisis European Cinema: White Men in Off-Modern Landscapes. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020 [6. The Lads of the New Right, 183-218, chapter abstract and works cited].
Laumond, Bénédicte. Policy Responses to the Radical Right in France and Germany: Public Actors, Policy Frames, and Decision-Making. London and New York: Routledge, 2020. Chapter abstracts. Introduction and here.
Macklin, Graham. Failed Führers: A History of Britain’s Extreme Right. London and New York: Routledge, 2020. Contents: 1. Arnold Leese: The ‘Anti-Jewish’ Camel Doctor – 2. Sir Oswald Mosley: From ‘Britain First’ to ‘Europe-a-Nation’ – 3. A. K. Chesterton: From ‘Fascist revolutionary’ to ‘Jew-wise’ conspiracy theorist – 4. Colin Jordan: Dreaming of the Nazi ‘Vanguard’ – 5. John Tyndall: In pursuit of the ‘Anglo-Saxon Reich’ – 6. Nick Griffin: From the ‘Third Position’ to anti-Muslim ‘populism’… and back again. Introduction. Chapter abstracts.
Manno, Andrew. Toxic Masculinity, Casino Capitalism, and America’s Favorite Card Game: The Poker Mindset. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020 [“On Tilt”: The Poker Mindset, Toxic Masculinity, and the Alt-Right, 47-92, chapter abstract and references].
Marantz, Andrew. Antisocial: How Online Extremists Broke America. Basingstoke: Picador, 2020
Matzko, Paul. The Radio Right: How a Band of Broadcasters Took on the Federal Government and Built the Modern Conservative Movement. New York: Oxford University Press, 2020. Chapter abstracts.
McKeever, Anna. Immigration Policy and Right-Wing Populism in Western Europe. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020. Chapter abstracts and references.
Miller-Idriss, Cynthia. Hate in the Homeland: The New Global Far Right. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2020. Chapter abstracts.
Mondon, Aurelien, and Aaron Winter. Reactionary Democracy: How Racism and the Populist Far Right Became Mainstream. London: Verso Books, 2020
Morini, Marco. Lessons from Trump’s Political Communication: How to Dominate the Media Environment. Cham: Palgrave Pivot, 2020 [The Fascist Rhetor, the Incendiary Populist, 67-93, chapter abstract].
Mosse, George L. Toward the Final Solution: A History of European Racism. With a critical introduction by Christopher R. Browning. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2020. Chapter abstracts.
Neiwert, David. Red Pill, Blue Pill: How to Counteract the Conspiracy Theories That Are Killing Us. Lanham, MD: Prometheus, 2020
Nostalgia and Hope: Intersections between Politics of Culture, Welfare, and Migration in Europe. Edited by Ov Cristian Norocel, Anders Hellström, and Martin Bak Jørgensen. Cham: Springer Open, 2020. Contents: 1. Nostalgia and Hope: Narrative Master Frames Across Contemporary Europe, by Anders Hellström, Ov Cristian Norocel, and Martin Bak Jørgensen, 1-16 — Part I. Right-Wing Populist Party Politics Across Europe — 2. Trouble in the Homeland: How Cultural Identity and Welfare Politics Merge in Contemporary Danish and Swedish Politics, by Anders Hellström and Mahama Tawat, 19-34 — 3. The Discursive Denial of Racism by Finnish Populist Radical Right Politicians Accused of Anti-Muslim Hate-Speech, by Katarina Pettersson, 35-50 — 4. Nostalgic Nationalism, Welfare Chauvinism, and Migration Anxieties in Central and Eastern Europe, by Radu Cinpoes and Ov Cristian Norocel, 51-65 — 5. What Makes Turkey and Turkish Immigrants a Cultural Polarization Issue in Europe? Evidence from European Right-Wing Populist Politics, by Gokay Özerim and Selcen Öner, 67-81 — Part II. Retrogressive Mobilizations Outside the Political Arena — 6. The Trans-European Mobilization of “Generation Identity,” by Anita Nissen, 85-100 — 7. Endangered Swedish Values: Immigration, Gender Equality, and “Migrants’ Sexual Violence,” by Emil Edenborg, 101-117 — 8. Invented Nostalgia: The Search for Identity Among the Hungarian Far-Right, by Katherine Kondor and Mark Littler, 119-134 — 9. “Retrotopia” as a Retrogressive Force in the German PEGIDA-Movement, by Andreas Önnerfors, 135-149 — Part III. Emancipatory Initiatives Mobilizing Beyond Politics — 10. Challenging Misconceptions: Danish Civil Society in Times of Crisis, by Martin Bak Jørgensen and Daniel Rosengren Olsen, 153-167 — 11. “Impossible” Activism and the Right to Be Understood: The Emergent Refugee Rights Movement in Finland, by Camilla Haavisto, 169-184 — 12. Hope as Master Frame in Feminist Mobilization: Between Liberal NGO-ization and Radical-Intersectional Street Politics, by Alexandra Ana, 185-202 — 13. Latin American Transnational Political Engagement: Steering Civic Movements and Cultural Repertoires from the Global City of Brussels, by Larisa Lara-Guerrero and María Vivas-Romero, 203-217 — Part IV. Epilogue — 14. Civil Society Between Populism and Anti-populism, by Carlo Ruzza, 221-235. Full text and here.
O’Connor, Brendan. Blood Red Lines: How Nativism Fuels the Right. Chicago, IL: Haymarket Books, 2020
Oudenampsen, Merijn. The Rise of the Dutch New Right: An Intellectual History of the Rightward Shift in Dutch Politics. London and New York: Routledge, 2020. Introduction: The Dutch swing to the right. Chapter abstracts.
Perliger, Arie. American Zealots: Inside Right-Wing Domestic Terrorism. New York: Columbia University Press, 2020
Perlstein, Rick. Reaganland: America’s Right Turn, 1976-1980. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2020
Pető, Andrea. The Women of the Arrow Cross Party: Invisible Hungarian Perpetrators in the Second World War. Cham: Palgrave Pivot, 2020. Chapter abstracts.
Religion and Neo-Nationalism in Europe. Florian Höhne, Torsten Meireis [eds.]. Baden-Baden: Nomos 2020. Contents: Florian Höhne and Torsten Meireis, Introduction. Religion, Populism, Neo-Nationalism, 9-26; Part I: Religion and Nation in a Globalized World, 27-60; José Casanova, Transnationalism and Religion: The European Union, from Christian-Democractic Project, to Secular Cosmopolitanism, to Populist ‘Christian’ Neo-Nationalisms, 27-48; Mark Juergensmeyer, The Global Context of European Religious Neo-Nationalism, 49-60; Part II: Neo-Nationalism, Populism, Religion – Concepts in Context, 61-148; Maureen A. Eger, Neo-Nationalism and its Relationship to Globalization: A Test of the Backlash Hypothesis, 61-84; Siniša Maleševic, Grounded Nationalism and Cultural Diversity, 85-98; Ulf Hedetoft, Nationalism and the Political Theology of Populism: Affect and Rationality in Contemporary Identity Politics, 99-114; Hans-Richard Reuter, Nation and Religion in the Thought of the German New Right, 115-130; Sonja Angelika Strube, “Right-Wing Catholicism”? Activities and Motives of New Right Catholics in German-Speaking Countries, 131-148; Part III: Case Studies, 149-358; Rik Pinxten, Neo-Nationalism, Religion and the Politics of the Right in Belgium, 149-162; Thijl Sunier, The Religious Legacy: Dutch Nationalism Redefined, 163-176; Teija Tiilikainen, Finland: From Demotic Populism to Neo-Nationalism, 177-188; Cora Alexa Døving, “Love your Folk”: The Role of ‘Conspiracy Talk’ in Communicating Nationalism, 189-202; Adrian Pabst, In the Shadow of Sectarianism: Religion and the Neo-nationalist Resurgence in Brexit Britain, 203-216; Rolf Schieder, The Political Theology of the New Right in Germany, 217-232; Frank Mathwig, “Heart of Darkness” or Special Case (“Sonderfall”)? Religion and (Neo-)Nationalism in Switzerland, 233-254; Philippe Portier, Neo-Nationalism and Religion in France, 255-272; Raffaella Perin, The Response of the Catholic Church to Neo-Nationalism in Italy, 273-290; István Povedák, Religious Neo-Nationalism in Hungary, 291-310; Kristina Stoeckl, The Russian Orthodox Church and Neo-Nationalism, 311-320; Dino Abazovic, Religious Nationalism in the Western Balkans, 321-332; Philip S. Gorski, Right-Wing Populism and Religious Conservatism: What’s the Connection?, 333-346; Robert Vosloo, Afrikaner Nationalism, Religion and the Sacralization of the Past: Revisiting some Discourses on Nationalism and its Discontents in South Africa in a Changing Political Landscape, 347-358; Part IV: Ethical and Political Perspectives, 359-416; Marcia Pally, Why Vote Against Best Interests or Why is Populism Persuasive?, 359-376; Christian Polke, Religious Political Education and Neo-Nationalism: Some Preliminary Considerations, 377-390; Torsten Meireis, Religious Internationalism? German Protestantism, Neo-Nationalism and Populism, 391-406; Hans Joas, Religion and Neo-Nationalism: A Commentary, 407-416. Chapter previews.
Right-Wing Populism and Gender: European Perspectives and Beyond. Edited by Gabriele Dietze and Julia Roth. Bielefeld: Transcript-Verlag, 2020. Contents: Right-Wing Populism and Gender: A Preliminary Cartography of an Emergent Field of Research, by Gabriele Dietze and Julia Roth, 7-21, full text – Authoritarian Right-Wing Populism as Masculinist Identity Politics. The Role of Affects, by Birgit Sauer, 23-39, full text – Why Gender and Sexuality are both Trivial and Pivotal in Populist Radical Right Politics, by Niels Spierings, 41-58 – Sexual Politics from the Right. Attacks on Gender, Sexual Diversity, and Sex Education, by Imke Schmincke, 59-74 – Post-Socialist Conditions and the Orbán Government’s Gender Politics between 2010 and 2019 in Hungary, by Eszter Kováts, 75-100 – Man, Woman, Family. Gender and the Limited Modernization of Right-Wing Extremism in Austria, by Stefanie Mayer, Edma Ajanovic, Birgit Sauer, 101-116 – Sexual Politics as a Tool to “Un-Demonize” Right-Wing Discourses in France, by Cornelia Möser, 117-134 – Identitarian Gays and Threatening Queers, Or: How the Far Right Constructs New Chains of Equivalence, by Patrick Wielowiejski, 135-146 – Why Are Women Attracted to Right-Wing Populism? Sexual Exceptionalism, Emancipation Fatigue, and New Maternalism, by Gabriele Dietze, 147-166 – Populist Mobilizations in Re-Traditionalized Society: Anti-Gender Campaigning in Slovenia, by Roman Kuhar, Mojca Pajnik, 167-184 – ‘You’re Fired!’ Retrotopian Desire and Right-Wing Class Politics, by Simon Schleusener, 185-206, full text – The Alternative Right, Masculinities, and Ordinary Affect, by Simon Strick, 207-230 – Angry Women: Poland’s Black Protests as ‘Populist Feminism,’ by Agnieszka Graff, 231-250 – Intersectionality Strikes Back: Right-Wing Patterns of En-Gendering and Feminist Contestations in the Americas, by Julia Roth, 251-272.
Ritter, Luke. Inventing America’s First Immigration Crisis: Political Nativism in the Antebellum West. New York: Fordham University Press, 2020. Chapter abstracts.
Rodríguez, Dylan. White Reconstruction: Domestic Warfare and the Logics of Genocide. New York: Fordham University Press, 2020. Chapter abstracts.
Rosenthal, Lawrence. Empire of Resentment: Populism’s Toxic Embrace of Nationalism. New York: The New Press, 2020
Routledge Handbook of Conspiracy Theories. Edited by Michael Butter and Peter Knight. London and New York: Routledge, 2020. Contents: General Introduction, by Michael Butter and Peter Knight, 1-8, full text and here — Part I. Definitions and approaches — Introduction, by Todor Hristov, Andrew McKenzie-McHarg and Alejandro Romero Reche, 11-15, full text and here — 1. Conceptual history and conspiracy theory, by Andrew McKenzie-McHarg — 2. Conspiracy theory in historical, cultural and literary studies, by Peter Knight and Michael Butter — 3. Semiotic Approaches to Conspiracy Theories, by Massimo Leone, Mari-Liis Madison and Andreas Ventsel — 4. Philosophy and conspiracy theories, by Juha Räikkä?and Juho Ritola — 5. Psychoanalysis, critical theory and conspiracy theory, by Nebojša Blanuša and Todor Hristov — 6. Conspiracy theory as occult cosmology in anthropology, by Annika Rabo — 7. Sociology, social theory and conspiracy theory, by Türkay Salim Nefes and Alejandro Romero Reche — 8. Conspiracy theories in political science and political theory, by Julien Giry and Pranvera Tika — 9. Social psychology of conspiracy theory, by Olivier Klein and Kenzo Nera — 10. Social network analysis, social big data and conspiracy theories, by Estrella Gualda Caballero — Part II. Psychological factors — Introduction, by Jan-Willem van Prooijen, Karen Douglas, Aleksandra Cichocka and Michal Bilewicz — 1. Personality traits, cognitive styles and worldviews associated with beliefs in conspiracy theories, by Anthony Lantian, Michael Wood and Biljana Gjoneska — 2. Social-cognitive processes underlying belief in conspiracy theories, by Jan-Willem van Prooijen, Olivier Klein and Jasna Miloševic Ðordevicz — 3. Motivations, emotions and belief in conspiracy theories, by Karen M. Douglas, Aleksandra Cichocka and Robbie M. Sutton — 4. Conspiracy theories as psycho-political reactions to perceived power, by Roland Imhoff and Pia Lamberty — 5. How conspiracy theories spread, by Adrian Bangerter, Pascal Wagner-Egger and Sylvain Delouvée — 6. Conspiracy theories and intergroup relations, by Mikey Biddlestone, Aleksandra Cichocka, Iris Žeželj and Michal Bilewicz — 7. Consequences of conspiracy theories, by Daniel Jolley, Silvia Mari and Karen Douglas — 8. Countering conspiracy theories and misinformation, by Péter Krekó — Part III. Society and politics — Introduction, by Eiríkur Bergmann, Asbjørn Dyrendal, Jaron Harambam and Hulda Thórisdóttir — 1. Who are the conspiracy theorists? Demographics and conspiracy theories, by Steven M. Smallpage, Hugo Drochon, Joseph E. Uscinski and Casey Klofstad, 263-277, full text — 2. Conspiracy theory entrepreneurs, movements and individuals, by Jaron Harambam — 3. Conspiracy theories and gender and sexuality, by Annika Thiem — 4. Conspiracy theories, political ideology and political behaviour, by Hulda Thórisdóttir, Silvia Mari and André Krouwel — 5. Functions and uses of conspiracy theories in authoritarian regimes, by Julien Giry and Dogan Gürpinar — 6. Conspiracy theory and populism, by Eiríkur Bergman and Michael Butter — 7. Radicalisation and conspiracy theories, by Benjamin Lee — 8. Antisemitism and conspiracism, by Kjetil Braut Simonsen — 9. Conspiracy theory and religion, by Asbjørn Dyrendal — Part IV. Media and transmission — Introduction, by Stef Aupers, Dana Craciun and Andreas Önnerfors — 1. Rumours, urban legends and the verbal transmission of conspiracy theories, by Anastasiya Astapova — 2. Conspiracy theorising and the history of media in the eighteenth century, by Andrew McKenzie-McHarg and Claus Oberhauser — 3. Genres of conspiracy in nineteenth-century British writing, by Ben Carver — 4. Conspiracy in American narrative, by Timothy Melley — 5. Conspiracy theories and visual culture, by Ute Caumanns and Andreas Önnerfors — 6. Conspiracy theories in film and television shows, by Michael Butter — 7. Decoding mass media / encoding conspiracy theory, by Stef Aupers — 8. The Internet and the spread of conspiracy content, by Simona Stano — 9. Networked disinformation and the lifecycle of online conspiracy theories, by Hugo Leal — 10. Conspiracy theories and fake news, by Kiril Avramov, Vasily Gatov and Ilya Yablokov — Part V. Histories and regions — Introduction, by Ilya Yablokov, Pascal Girard, Nebojša Blanuša and Annika Rabo — 1. Conspiracy theories in the Roman empire, by Victoria Emma Pagán — 2. Conspiracy theories in the Middle Ages and the early modern period, by Cornel Zwierlein — 3. Freemasons, Illuminati and Jews: Conspiracy theories and the French Revolution, by Claus Oberhauser — 4. Conspiracy Theories in Europe during the twentieth century, by Pascal Girard — 5. Conspiracy theories in Putin’s Russia: the case of the ‘New World Order,’ by Ilya Yablokov — 6. Conspiracy theories in and about the Balkans, by Nebojša Blanuša — 7. Conspiracy theories in Turkey, by Dogan Gürpinar and Türkay Salim Nefes — 8. Conspiracy theories in the Middle East, by Matthew Gray — 9. Conspiracy theories in Southeast Asia, by Viren Swami, Hanoor Syahirah Zahari and David Barron — 10. Conspiracy theories in American history, by Michael Butter — 11. Populism and conspiracy theory in Latin America: a case study of Venezuela, by Rosanne Norris Hooper.
Rutherford, Adam. How To Argue With a Racist: History, Science, Race and Reality. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2020
Sarteschi, Christine M. Sovereign Citizens: A Psychological and Criminological Analysis. Cham: Springer, 2020. Chapter abstracts.
Smith, Evan. No Platform: A History of Anti-Fascism, Universities and the Limits of Free Speech. London and New York: Routledge, 2020. Chapter 1.
Smith, John L. Saints, Sinners, and Sovereign Citizens: The Endless War over the West’s Public Lands. Reno and Las Vegas: University of Nevada Press, 2020. Chapter excerpts.
Smolla, Rodney A. Confessions of a Free Speech Lawyer: Charlottesville and the Politics of Hate. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2020
Sonabend, Daniel. We Fight Fascists: The 43 Group and the Forgotten Battle for Postwar Britain. London and Brooklyn: Verso, 2020
Spectres of Fascism: Historical, Theoretical and International Perspectives. Edited by Samir Gandesha. London: Pluto Press, 2020. Contents: 1. Introduction – Samir Gandesha, 1 — Part I: History — 2. The ‘Hope of the Hopeless’: Contemporary Lessons from Marxist Struggles Against Hitler and Mussolini, by Ingo Schmidt, 27-43 — 3. The Future of Futurism: From the Avant-Garde to the Neo-Avant-Garde, or, How to Imagine Communism by Other Means, by Jaleh Mansoor, 44-66 — 4. The Aesthetics of Totalitarian Salvation, by Alec Balasescu, 67-78 — 5. Are the Alt-Right and French New Right Kindred Movements?, by Tamir Bar-On, 79 — Part II: Theory — 6. The Post-Democratic Horizon: Friend and Enemy in the Age of New Authoritarianism, by Am Johal, 97-108 — 7. Which Came First, Fascism or Misogyny? Reading Klaus Theweleit’s Male Fantasies, by Laura U. Marks, 109-119 — 8. ‘A Composite of King Kong and a Suburban Barber’: Adorno’s ‘Freudian Theory and the Pattern of Fascist Propaganda,’ by Samir Gandesha, 120-141 — 9. So, You Want a Master? Psychoanalytic Considerations on the Intellectual’s Responsibility in Light of Traumatic Repetition, by Hilda Fernandez-Alvarez, 142-163 — 10. Micro-Fascism in the Age of Trump, by Gary Genosko, 164 — Part III: The Contemporary Horizon — 11. Fascist Neoliberalism and Preventive Counter-Revolution: The Second Round of the Latin American Laboratory, by Vladimir Safatle, 179-190 — 12. Decolonizing the ‘Contemporary Left’?: An Indigenous Reflection on Justice in the New World Order, by Patricia M. Barkaskas, 191-206 — 13. The Outsider as Insider: Steve Bannon, Fourth Turnings, and the Neofascist Threat, by Joan Braune, 207-222 — 14. Populism, Fascism, Neoliberalism: Theorizing Contemporary India, by Ajay Gudavarthy and Vijay Gudavarthy, 223-240 — 15. Art Contra Politics: Liberal Spectacle, Fascist Resurgence, by Johan F. Hartle, 241-260. Chapter abstracts.
Steven, Martin. The European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR): Politics, parties and policies. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2020. Chapter abstracts.
Stock, Catherine McNicol. Nuclear Country: The Origins of the Rural New Right. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2020. Introduction.
Teitelbaum, Benjamin R. War for Eternity: Inside Bannon’s Far-Right Circle of Global Power Brokers. New York: Dey Street Books, 2020. Also published under the title War for Eternity: The Return of Traditionalism and the Rise of the Populist Right. London: Allen Lane, imprint of Penguin Books, 2020. Chapters 1 and 2.
Tye, Larry. Demagogue: The Life and Long Shadow of Senator Joe McCarthy. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2020
Uscinski, Joseph E. Conspiracy Theories: A Primer. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2020
The Vanishing Tradition: Perspectives on American Conservatism. Edited by Paul Gottfried. Ithaca and London: Northern Illinois University Press, An Imprint of Cornell University Press, 2020. Contents: The Big Conservatism and the American Exceptionalism / by John Kerwick — The Significance of the M.E. Bradford Affair / by Keith Preston — The Troy Right and the American Conservative Movement: Parallel Universes? / by Grant Havers — Who Funds Conservatism, Inc.? / by Joseph Cotto — Imagination and Its Failures: The Struggle of a Conservative American Foreign Policy / by Marjorie Jeffrey — The Contradictions of Catholic Neoconservatism / by Jesse Russell — Trump, Neoconservatives, and the Misrepresentation of the American Founding / by Nicholas Drummond — Why the Alt Right Is Not Going Anywhere (Regardless of What We Call It) / by Richard T. Marcy — The Unwanted Southern Conservatives / by Boyd Cathey — Republican Voters and Conservative Ideology / by George Hawley. Full text.
Wahl, Klaus. The Radical Right: Biopsychosocial Roots and International Variations. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020. Chapter abstracts.
We Resist: Defending the Common Good in Hostile Times. Edited by Cynthia Levine-Rasky and Lisa Kowalchuk. Montreal; Kingston; London; Chicago: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2020. Contents: Introduction, by Lisa Kowalchuk and Cynthia Levine-Rasky — Part One | Communities of Resistance — 1. Trading Our History: The Importance of Indigenous Resistance in Today’s Hostile Times, by Caitlyn E. Kasper — 2. Have You Ever Seen a Real, Live Racist? Post-racialism and the Crisis of Recognition in the Rise of the Far Right, by Philip S.S. Howard — 3. Who’s Afraid of Muslims? by Uzma Jamil — 4. Why We Must Share Our Stories, by Amira Elghawaby — 5. Antisemitism: Everything Old Is New Again, by Bernie M. Farber and Len Rudner — 6. Escaping Neurotic Justice: Learning from a Trans* Male Survivor Workplace Violence, by Dan Irving — 7. Rise, Rise, Redux, by Tim McCaskell — 8. Victims and Villains: Disabled People as Rhetorical Pawns in Political Discourse, by Kim Sauder — 9. “Our Home and Nativist Land?” by Vanessa Watts — Part Two | Institutions and the Common Good — 10. We’ve Been Resisting since We Arrived, by Kikélola Roach — 11. Never Done: The Struggle for Health Care, by Pat Armstrong — 12. The Death of Objectivity and the Rise of the “Alt-Right,” by Margaret Reid — 13. Stay Calm, Be Brave, and Wait for the Signs, by Janice A. Newson — 14. Challenging and Defeating the Right: Beyond Trumpism and the Peterson Cult, by Neil McLaughlin — 15. The Multicultural Myth: Don Cherry and the Rise of Nationalism in Canadian Hockey, by Stephen Sheps — 16. Neutralizing State Security through Exposure and Direct Action, by Matthew Behrens — 17. Disrupting Protest and Distrusting the Police, by Lesley Wood — 18. Building a Movement of Resistance to the Far Right, by Carolyn Egan and Michelle Robidoux — 19. LGBTIQ Refugees, Abuse, and Unity Mosques: A Queer Muslim Perspective, by El-Farouk Khaki — Part Three | Social Policies in Hostile Times — 20. Exposing the Right: The Foundations of Right-Wing Extremism in Canada, by Barbara Perry — 21. Resisting or Recapturing Surveillance? by David Murakami Wood — 22. The War on the Poor and the Rise of the Right, by John Clarke — 23. Back to the Future? Continuity and Change in Migrant Worker Struggles, by Aziz Choudry and Mostafa Henaway — 24. Austerity Urbanism, Populism, and Labour, by Steven Tufts, Mark P. Thomas, and Ian MacDonald — 25. Advocating for the Common Good: Canadian Muslim Women and Their Families, by Alia Hogben — 26. Trump: Climate Denial on Steroids, by Keith Stewart — 27. Trump and Our Hostile Times, by Edward C. Corrigan — 28. Fighting (and Winning) Proposed Reforms to Citizenship Law, by Lorne Waldman — Part Four | Social Movements for Change — 29. Alt-Right, Alt-Left, and Antifa, by Richard J.F. Day — 30. The Principle of Solidarity, by Stephen D’Arcy — 31. Resistance Lies in Defending Human Rights, by Alex Neve — 32. Right and Left in the Age of Insecurity, by Alan Sears — 33. Grassroots and Interfaith: A Foundation for Activism? by Lisa Kowalchuk and Cynthia Levine-Rasky — 34. Resisting the Resurgence of White Supremacy, by Pamela Palmater — 35. Building Disability Activism in the Trudeau and Trump Era, by Melissa Graham — 36. Resisting through Intersectional Solidarities, by Yasmin Jiwani — 37. Yet We Rise: Cultivating a Resilient Transgender Community that Overcomes Systemic Barriers, by Morgane Oger — 38. Beyond Capitalist Authoritarianism: The Radical Imagination, by Max Haiven.
Wendt, Simon. The Daughters of the American Revolution and Patriotic Memory in the Twentieth Century. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2020. Chapter abstracts.
Yogerst, Chris. Hollywood Hates Hitler! Jew-Baiting, Anti-Nazism, and the Senate Investigation into Warmongering in Motion Pictures. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2020. Chapter abstracts.
Zucchino, David. Wilmington’s Lie: The Murderous Coup of 1898 and the Rise of White Supremacy. New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, 2020
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Alexander, Ödlund Lindholm. “The Salience of Issues in Parliamentary Debates: Its Development and Relation to the Support of the Sweden Democrats.” Master’s thesis, Linköping University, 2020. Full text. Appendix A. Appendix B.
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Benoist, Lise. “Green is the new brown: Ecology in the metapolitics of the French far right today.” Master of Science, Lund University, 2020. Full text.
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Davis, Willa. “Analyzing the Effects of Capitalist Diversity and the 2008 Global Financial Crisis on the Rise of Populist Radica1-Right Parties in Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania.” Masters thesis, Central European University, 2020. Full text.
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Hudd, Ellie Catherine. “Quantifying and Typifying Image Use in Television News Coverage of Mass Shootings.” M.A., University of Kentucky, 2020. Full text.
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Kock, Matthijs. “Updating terrorism: The changing uses of the internet by terrorists in the West.” Master thesis, Utrecht University, 2020. Full text.
Kouchehbagh, Sara. “The Rise of Anti-immigration Populist Radical Right Parties: The Effect of the Syrian Conflict on Refugee Resettlement and Migration Policies in Germany and Austria.” Master of Science in Geography, University of Arkansas, 2019. Full text.
Lee, Jeremy. “The Recent Rise of the Far-right in Europe: Can it Be Attributed to the Migrant Crisis, the European Debt Crisis, Euroscepticism, or Something Else Entirely?” Master of Arts, Johns Hopkins University, 2020. Full text.
Leidig, Eviane. “Reconfiguring nationalism: Transnational entanglements of Hindutva and radical right ideology.” Ph.D., University of Oslo, 2020. Full text.
Matsunaga, Miku. “New Risks in Our Age: Migration, Terrorism and Emerging Radical Right in OECD Countries.” Ph.D., University of Essex, 2020. Abstract.
McIntosh, Aprille S. “From Supremacism to Nationalism: The Contemporary Wave of a Racist Reality.” M.S., Nova Southeastern University, 2020. Document Preview.
Mellander, Erik. “What constitutes right-wing extremism? An analysis of three European political parties.” Master Thesis in Global Studies, Göteborgs universitet, 2020. On the Swedish Nordic Resistance Movement, German Alternative for Germany, and the Swiss People’s Party. Full text.
Monteiro Burkle, Eduardo. “When Forgetting is Dangerous: Transitional justice, collective remembrance and Brazil’s shift to far-right populism.” Master’s thesis, Queen’s University Belfast, 2020. Full text.
Mustafa, Marwa Hossameldin. “Analyzing Stance in Online Threat Discourse by Anti-Immigration Attackers: An Integrated Approach.” M.A., The American University in Cairo, 2020. On two anti-immigrant manifestos: The Great Replacement, published online by Brenton Tarrant before shooting and “murdering 51 people in two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand; and The Inconvenient Truth, published online by Patrick Crusius before killing 22 people and injuring dozens of others at an El Paso Walmart. Full text.
Perttula, Nelli. “‘I Don’t Feel as Welcome Here Anymore, However I Have Not Experienced Racism Yet’: A Discursive Study on the Social Psychology of Brexit from a Finn’s Perspective.” Master’s Thesis in Social Psychology, Tampere University, 2020. Full text.
Philippou, Melissa. “The Rise of Far-right Populism in Cyprus: The Case of ELAM.” MA International Relations Thesis, Universiteit Leiden, 2020. On the succession of the National People’s Front (ELAM), a far-right populist party, into the Parliament of the Republic of Cyprus in May 2016. Full text.
Preston, Kayla. “Tradition and Authoritarianism as a Solution to Social Decay – An Analysis of Canadian Right-Wing Extremism Online.” M.A., Dalhousie University, 2020. Full text.
Ricker, Johann. “A Study of PEGIDA, the Alt-Right, and Charlottesville: What Is Old Is New Again.” M.A., The University of Texas at Dallas, 2020. Full text.
Rüter Genannt, Holthoff, Gian Luca J. M. “Hopecel: A Qualitative Analysis of an Extreme Incel Using Hope Theory.” Master’s Thesis, University of Twente, 2020. Full text.
Sawyer, Patrick. “Populism, Conspiracy Theories, and Political Preferences for Federal Office in the US.” Master’s Degree, National Research University Higher School of Economics, 2020. Full text.
Seiler, Christopher Davis. “The Ethnic Nationalist Seduction: Populist Radical Right Parties in Denmark and Sweden.” Master of Arts, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 2020. Full text.
Shands, Gwendolyn M. “Predictors of Domestic Lone Wolf Terrorism.” Ph.D., Walden University, 2020. Document Preview.
Stenbäck, Tomas. “Swedish Belief and Swedish Tradition: The Role of Religion in Sweden Democrat Nationalism.” Master thesis, University of Gävle, 2020. Full text.
Stroe, Cerasela. “Examining economic and cultural concerns in shaping attitudes towards immigration. A survey experiment.” Master Thesis, Linnæus University, 2020. Full text.
Tait, Joshua Albury. “Making Conservatism: Conservative Intellectuals and the American Political Tradition.” Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2020. Full text.
Taylor, Caleb. “Determining the Significance of Poverty in the Radicalization of American Right-Wing Extremists.” Master of Global Security Studies, Johns Hopkins University, 2020. Full text.
Vermeeren, J.E.N. “How are they still together? Analysing the Roots of Populist Radical Right Cooperation in the European Parliament.” Master thesis, Utrecht University, 2020. Full text.
Vitali, Joshua D. “Fueling the Fire: An Examination of Right-Wing Extremism in the United States over the Last Decade.” Masters thesis, 2020. Full text.
Vivian, Marco. “Populism in Europe: An Empirical Analysis Based on ESS Data.” Masters thesis, Università degli studi di Padova, 2020. Full text.
Walsh, David Austin. “The Right-wing Popular Front: The Far Right and the American Conservative Movement from the New Deal to the 1960s.” Ph.D., Princeton University, 2020. Abstract.
Whitehead, J.G. Miles. “How does othering in Abu Bakr Naji’s [italics] The Management of Savagery and Anders Breivik’s [italics] 2083 reveal what the two authors perceive as the main external threats to their own groups?” Master thesis, Uppsala University, 2020. Full text.
Wiedeman, Emily A. “Terministic Screening and Conspiracy Theory in Political Communication: A Critical Analysis of Trump’s Rhetorical Ties to FAIR and Alex Jones Through ‘Invasion’ Immigration Discourse.” Masters Thesis, Eastern Illinois University, 2020. Full text.
Wiklund, Maria. “The Misogyny Within the Manosphere: A Discourse Analysis in a Swedish Context.” Master thesis, Malmö University, 2020. Full text.
Yang, Yunkang. “The Political Logic of the Radical Right Media Sphere in the United States.” Ph.D., University of Washington, 2020. Full text.
ARTICLES IN JOURNALS AND COLLECTIONS
Abbas, Tahir. “Islamophobia as Racialised Biopolitics in the United Kingdom.” Philosophy & Social Criticism, First Published February 12, 2020. Abstract and references.
Abrahamsen, Rita, Jean-François Drolet, Alexandra Gheciu, Karin Narita, Srdjan Vucetic, and Michael Williams. “Confronting the International Political Sociology of the New Right.” International Political Sociology 14.1 (Mar. 2020): 94-107. Full text and here and here.
Adams, Brian J. “A whole-of-society approach to countering hate speech and hate-motivated aggression.” Religions (Doha International Center for Interfaith Dialogue) 13 (Jan 2020): 19-26. Full text.
Adams, Whitney Jordan, and Brian Gaines. “Heil, Twitter: Social Media, Accelerationism, and Extremism.” Mind the Gap! Proceedings of the Sixth Argumentor Conference held in Oradea/Nagyvárad, Romania, 11-12 September 2020. Editors: Rozália Klára Bakó and Gizela Horváth. Oradea (Nagyvárad), Romania: Partium Press; Debrecen, Hungary: Debrecen University Press, 2020. 179-196. Full text.
Aharoni, Sarai B., and Élise Féron. “National populism and gendered vigilantism: The case of the Soldiers of Odin in Finland.” Cooperation and Conflict 55.1 (March 2020): 86-106. Full text.
Ahmić, Nihad, and Adis Maksić. “Constructing the Muslim Threat: A Critical Analysis of Marine Le Pen’s Twitter Posts During the 2017 French Election Campaign.” Journal of Regional Security 15.1 (2020): 131-148. Abstract.
Ahrens, Petra, and Alison Woodward. “Adjusting Venues and Voices: Populist and Right-Wing Parties, the European Parliament and Civil Society Equality Organizations 2014-2019.” European Politics and Society, Published online: 10 Aug. 2020. Abstract and funding.
Åkerlund, Mathilda. “The Importance of Influential Users in (Re) Producing Swedish Far-Right Discourse on Twitter.” European Journal of Communication, First Published July 21, 2020. Full text and here.
Aladro Vico, Eva, and Paula Requeijo Rey. “Vox political party discourse, strategies and interactions on its official Instagram account during the A-28 elections. Radical right and Social Networks.” Revista Latina de Comunicación Social (RLCS) 77 (July 2020): 203-229. Full text and here.
Alam Bhat, M. Mohsin. “Mob, Murder, Motivation: The Emergence of Hate Crime Discourse in India.” 16 Socio-Legal Rev. 76 (2020). Full text.
Allison, Marcia. “‘So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish!’: Urban Dolphins as Ecofascist Fake News during COVID-19.” Journal of Environmental Media 1.supp. 2 (Aug. 2020): 4.1-4.8. Full text and here and here.
Almiron, Núria, Maxwell Boykoff, Marta Narberhaus, and Francisco Heras. “Dominant Counter-Frames in Influential Climate Contrarian European Think Tanks.” Climatic Change, Published: 9 September 2020. On eight EU think tanks involved in the climate change countermovement (CCM). Abstract, notes, and references.
Altay, Ayca, Melike Baykal-Gürsoy, and Pernille Hemmer. “Behavior Associations in Lone-Actor Terrorists.” Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 20 Aug. 2020. Abstract.
Álvarez-Benjumea, Amalia. “Exposition to Xenophobic Content and Support for Right-Wing Populism: The Asymmetric Role of Gender.” Social Science Research, Available online 6 October 2020. Abstract.
Amarasingam, Amarnath, and Marc-André Argentino. “The QAnon Conspiracy Theory: A Security Threat in the Making?” CTC Sentinel (Combating Terrorism Center at West Point) 13.7 (July 2020). Full text and here.
Anwar, Nur Diyanah, and Cameron Sumpter. “Societal Resilience Following Terrorism: Community and Coordination in Christchurch.” Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression, Published online: 12 Aug. 2020. Abstract.
Aqui, Lindsay, Michael Kenny, and Nick Pearce. “‘The Empire of England’: Enoch Powell, Sovereignty, and the Constitution of the Nation.” Twentieth Century British History, Published: 29 June 2020. Abstract.
Araújo, Bruno, and Hélder Prior. “Framing Political Populism: The Role of Media in Framing the Election of Jair Bolsonaro.” Journalism Practice, Published online: 6 Jan. 2020. Abstract.
Archambault, Fabien. “Football and Fascism in Italy.” Soccer & Society, Published online: 31 May 2020. Abstract.
Asal, Victor, Steven M. Chermak, Sarah Fitzgerald, and Joshua D. Freilich. “Organizational-Level Characteristics in Right-Wing Extremist Groups in the United States Over Time.” Criminal Justice Review 45.2 (June 2020): 250-266. Abstract and references.
Atran, Scott. “Psychology of Transnational Terrorism and Extreme Political Conflict.” Annual Review of Psychology 72.1 (Jan. 2021). Abstract.
Atzmüller, Roland, and Fabienne Décieux. “‘The Origins of Our Time’ Articulations between Neoliberal Social-Policy Reforms and the Shift to the Far-Right through the Light of Polanyi’s Theory of Fascism.” Social Work & Society 18.1 (2020). Full text.
Auger, Vincent A. “Right-Wing Terror: A Fifth Global Wave?” Perspectives on Terrorism 14.3 (June 2020): 87-97. Full text.
Austermuehl, Frank. “The Normalization of Exclusion through a Revival of Whiteness in Donald Trump’s 2016 Election Campaign Discourse.” Social Semiotics, Published online: 25 May 2020. Abstract.
Avakova, Yulia. “The dark side of Danish hygge: Neologisms hyggeracisme and hyggesexisme, their meaning and translation options. Scandinavian Philology 18.1 (2020): 5-20. Full text.
Babar, Junaid, Aabida Lateef, and Nasrullah Khan. “Changing Political Trends in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa: A Case Study of Malakand (1968-2013).” Sir Syed Journal of Education & Social Research 3.2 (April-June 2020): 151-159. Full text and here.
Bachmann, Veit. “The Resurfacing of German Fascism.” Political Geography, Available online 16 June 2020
Badaan, Vivienne, and John Tjost. “Conceptual, Empirical, and Practical Problems with the Claim That Intolerance, Prejudice, and Discrimination Are Equivalent on the Political Left and Right.” Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 34 (Aug. 2020): 229-238. Full text and here.
Baden, Christian, and Tzlil Sharon. “Blinded by the Lies? Toward an Integrated Definition of Conspiracy Theories.” Communication Theory, Published: 7 October 2020. Abstract.
Bahna, Miloslav, and Jozef Zagrapan. “The Electoral Success of the Extreme Right: Is the Presence of a Minority Important?” Sociologický Casopis / Czech Sociological Review 56.3 (Aug. 2020): 291-313. Abstract and references.
Bai, Hui. “Whites’ Racial Identity Centrality and Social Dominance Orientation Are Interactively Associated with Far-Right Extremism.” British Journal of Social Psychology 59.2 (April 2020): 387-404. Abstract and appendices.
Baker, Joseph O., Samuel L Perry, and Andrew L Whitehead. “Keep America Christian (and White): Christian Nationalism, Fear of Ethnoracial Outsiders, and Intention to Vote for Donald Trump in the 2020 Presidential Election.” Sociology of Religion, Published: 14 May 2020. Full text and here and here.
Bakker, Bert N., Gijs Schumacher, and Matthijs Rooduijn. “The Populist Appeal: Personality and Anti-Establishment Communication.” The Journal of Politics, Just Accepted: 6 October 2020. Showing that individuals who score low on Agreeableness are more likely to support populists, and that it is their anti-establishment message which makes populists attractive to people who score low on Agreeableness. Full text.
Bakker, Ryan, Seth Jolly, and Jonathan Polk. “Multidimensional Incongruence, Political Disaffection, and Support for Anti-Establishment Parties.” Journal of European Public Policy 27.2 (Feb. 2020): 292-309. Abstract and funding.
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 28.1 (Jan. 2020): 100-113. Abstract and references.
Bambra, Clare, and Julia Lynch. “Welfare Chauvinism, Populist Radical Right Parties and Health Inequalities Comment on ‘A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and Its Implications for Population Health in Europe.'” International Journal of Health Policy and Management, Available Online from 10 August 2020. Full text.
Barbosa, Lia Pinheiro. “Challenges Facing Latin American Peasant Movements under Progressive Governments and New Right-Wing Parties: The Case of Brazil.” Latin American Perspectives, First Published August 17, 2020. Abstract and references.
Barros, Amon, and Sergio Wanderley. “Brazilian Businessmen Movements: Right-Wing Populism and the (Dis)Connection between Policy and Politics.” Organization 27.3 (May 2020): 394-404. Abstract and references.
Bauer, Christina, and Bettina Hannover. “Changing ‘us’ and Hostility towards ‘Them’ -Implicit Theories of National Identity Determine Prejudice and Participation Rates in an Anti-Immigrant Petition.” European Journal of Social Psychology, First published: 29 January 2020. Full text and here and here and here.
Bazurli, Raffaele, Francesca Campomori, and Mattia Casula. “Shelter from the Storm: «Virtuous» Systems of Urban Asylum Governance Coping with Italy’s Immigration Crackdown.” Social Policies 2 (May-August 2020): 201-224. Abstract and first page.
Béland, Daniel. “Right-Wing Populism and the Politics of Insecurity: How President Trump Frames Migrants as Collective Threats.” Political Studies Review 18.2 (May 2020): 162-177. Full text and here and here.
Ben-Aroia, Barak, and Tobias Ebbrecht-Hartmann. “Memorials as Discursive Spheres: Holocaust and Second World War Iconography in Public Commemoration of Extremist-Right Violence.” Memory Studies, First Published September 29, 2020. Full text and here.
Benton, Bond, and Daniela Peterka-Benton. “Hating in Plain Sight: The Hatejacking of Brands by Extremist Groups.” Public Relations Inquiry 9.1 (January 2020): 7-26. Abstract and references.
Berger, J. M., Kateira Aryaeinejad, and Seán Looney. “There and Back Again: How White Nationalist Ephemera Travels Between Online and Offline Spaces.” The RUSI Journal 165.1 (Jan. 2020): 114-129. Full text and here and here.
Bergmann, Eiríkur. “Populism and the Politics of Misinformation.” Safundi 21.3 (July 2020): 251-265. Abstract.
Berning, Carl C., and Conrad Ziller. “Green Versus Radical Right as the New Political Divide? The European Parliament Election 2019 in Germany.” JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies, First published: 2 September 2020. First page.
Berntzen, Lars Erik. “How Elite Politicization of Terror Impacts Sympathies for Partisans: Radical Right versus Social Democrats.” Politics and Governance 8.3 (July 2020): 19-31. Full text and here and here.
Berti, Carlo. “Right-Wing Populism and the Criminalization of Sea-Rescue NGOs: The ‘Sea-Watch 3’ Case in Italy, and Matteo Salvini’s Communication on Facebook.” Media, Culture & Society, First Published September 16, 2020. Abstract and references.
Bertonha, João Fábio. “Radical Right Ideologies and Movements in Brazil.” Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Latin American History, Subject: History of Brazil, 1910-1945. Online Publication Date: May 2020. Full text and here.
Besley, Tina, and Michael A. Peters. “Terrorism, Trauma, Tolerance: Bearing Witness to White Supremacist Attack on Muslims in Christchurch, New Zealand.” Educational Philosophy and Theory 52.2 (Jan. 2020): 109-119. Full text and here and here.
Besta, Tomasz, Beata Pastwa-Wojciechowska, Michał Jaśkiewicz, Andrzej Piotrowski, and Marcin Szulc. “Radicalisation and Individual Differences: Disinhibition, Boldness and Meanness as Predictors of Support for Radical Collective Action.” Personality and Individual Differences 168 (Jan. 2021): 110354. Full text and here.
Bevensee, Emmi, Maxwell Aliapoulios, Quinn Dougherty, Jason Baumgartner, Damon McCoy, Jeremy Blackburn. “SMAT: The Social Media Analysis Toolkit.” Workshop Proceedings of the 14th International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media (ICWSM 2020), June 8, 2020. In part, a case study of where, when, and how the Agenda 21 conspiracy theory has been linked to COVID-19. Full text.
Beydoun, Khaled A. “Exporting Islamophobia in the Global War on Terror.” 95 New York University Law Review Online 81 (2020). Full text.
Bhambra, Gurminder K., Kathryn Medien, and Lisa Tilley. “Theory for a Global Age: From Nativism to Neoliberalism and Beyond.” Current Sociology, First Published January 27, 2020. First page.
Bhat, Prashanth, and Ofra Klein. “Covert Hate Speech: White Nationalists and Dog Whistle Communication on Twitter.” Twitter, the Public Sphere, and the Chaos of Online Deliberation. Edited by Gwen Bouvier and Judith E. Rosenbaum. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020. 151-172. Chapter abstract and references.
Bhatia, Aditi. “The ‘Saffronisation’ of India and Contemporary Political Ideology.” World Englishes, First published: 8 May 2020. Abstract.
Bhatt, Chetan. “White Extinction: Metaphysical Elements of Contemporary Western Fascism.” Theory, Culture & Society, First Published June 23, 2020. Abstract and references.
Bhatty, Kiran, and Nandini Sundar. “Sliding from Majoritarianism toward Fascism: Educating India under the Modi Regime.” International Sociology, First Published September 17, 2020. On the relationship of the Modi regime in India to the semi-fascist Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), whose long-term goal has been the establishment of a Hindu rashtra (nation). Abstract and references.
Bialasiewicz, Luiza. “The Social and Spatial Forms of the Far Right across Europe.” Political Geography, Available online 19 June 2020. First page preview.
Bialasiewicz, Luiza, and Sabrina Stallone. “Focalizing New-Fascism: Right Politics and Integralisms in Contemporary Italy.” Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space 38.3 (May 2020): 423-442. 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 41.2 (March 2020): 224-237. Abstract and references. Abstract in French and Spanish and here.
Bichay, Nicolas. “Public Campaign Financing and the Rise of Radical-Right Parties.” Electoral Studies 66 (Aug. 2020): 102159. Abstract.
Bilewicz, Michal, and Wiktor Soral. “Hate Speech Epidemic. The Dynamic Effects of Derogatory Language on Intergroup Relations and Political Radicalization.” Political Psychology, First published:19 June 2020. Abstract.
Bill, Stanley, and Ben Stanley. “Whose Poland Is It to Be? PiS and the Struggle between Monism and Pluralism.” East European Politics 36.3 (July 2020): 378-394. On the Law and Justice (Prawo i Sprawiedliwosc, PiS) governments in Poland since 2015. Full text and here and here.
Biroli, Flávia, and Mariana Caminotti. “The Conservative Backlash against Gender in Latin America.” Politics & Gender 16.1 (Mar. 2020). First page and references.
Bithymitris, Giorgos. “The (Im)Possibility of Class Identity: Reflections on a Case of Failed Right-Wing Hegemony.” Critical Sociology, First Published September 22, 2020. Abstract and references.
Bland, Benjamin. “Global Fascism? The British National Front and the Transnational Politics of the ‘Third Way’ in the 1980s.” Radical History Review 138 (Oct. 2020): 108-130. On the emergence of the Third Way National Front (NF) in the 1980s. Abstract.
Bleakley, Paul. “Days of Alt-Rage: Using the Weatherman Movement to Deconstruct the Radicalisation of the Alt-Right.” Contemporary Politics 26.1 (Jan. 2020): 106-123. Abstract and references.
Bliuc, Ana-Maria, John M. Betts, Nicholas Faulkner, Matteo Vergani, Rui Jie Chow, Muhammad Iqbal, and David Best. “The Effects of Local Socio-Political Events on Group Cohesion in Online Far-Right Communities.” PLOS ONE 15.3 (Mar. 2020): e0230302. Full text and here.
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 43.7 (May 2020): 1130-1148. Abstract and references.
Boehme, Hunter M., and Deena A. Isom Scott. “Alt-White? A Gendered Look at ‘Victim’ Ideology and the Alt-Right.” Victims & Offenders 15.2 (Feb. 2020): 174-196. Abstract and references.
Bogaards, Matthijs. “Militant Consociational Democracy: The Political Exclusion of the Extreme Right in Belgium.” Compromises in Democracy. Edited by Sandrine Baume and Stéphanie Novak. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020. 175-200. Chapter abstract and bibliography.
Bolet, Diane. “Local Labour Market Competition and Radical Right Voting: Evidence from France.” European Journal of Political Research, First published: 7 January 2020. Abstract, figures, and references.
Bonet, Lluis, and Mariano Martín Zamorano. “Cultural Policies in Illiberal Democracies: A Conceptual Framework Based on the Polish and Hungarian Governing Experiences.” International Journal of Cultural Policy, Published online: 8 Sept. 2020. Abstract.
Borbáth, Endre, and Theresa Gessler. “Different worlds of contention? Protest in Northwestern, Southern and Eastern Europe.” European Journal of Political Research, First published: 13 January 2020. Full text and here and here.
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 59.1 (February 2020): 3-24. Full text and here and here and here.
Boukes, Mark, and Michael Hameleers. “Shattering Populists’ Rhetoric with Satire at Elections Times: The Effect of Humorously Holding Populists Accountable for Their Lack of Solutions.” Journal of Communication, Published: 27 May 2020. Full text and here and here.
Boulianne, Shelley, Karolina Koc-Michalska, and Bruce Bimber. “Right-Wing Populism, Social Media and Echo Chambers in Western Democracies.” New Media & Society 22.4 (Apr. 2020): 683-699. Abstract and references.
Bowles, Harry. “Comparing the Origins and Ideology of the UK Independence Party and Alternative für Deutschland: Is it justified to include respective parties as members of the ‘Extreme Right’ Party Family?” The Elphinstone Review (University of Aberdeen) 6 (May 2020): 48-62. Full text.
Bracke, Sarah, and Luis Manuel Hernández Aguilar. “‘They Love Death as We Love Life: The Muslim Question’ and the Biopolitics of Replacement.” The British Journal of Sociology, First published: 26 February 2020. Full text and here and here and here and here.
Bradshaw, Samantha, Philip N. Howard, Bence Kollanyi, and Lisa-Maria Neudert. “Sourcing and Automation of Political News and Information over Social Media in the United States, 2016-2018.” Political Communication 37.2 (Mar. 2020): 173-193. Full text and here and here. Supplemental material.
Breen-Smyth, Mariela. “The Lone (White) Wolf, ‘Terrorism’ and the Suspect Community.” Encountering Extremism: Theoretical Issues and Local Challenges. Edited by Alice Martini, Kieran Ford and Richard Jackson. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2020. Chapter abstract.
Breeze, Ruth. “Angry Tweets: A Corpus-Assisted Study of Anger in Populist Political Discourse.” Journal of Language Aggression and Conflict 8.1 (Mar. 2020): 118-145. A corpus-assisted study investigating lexis in the semantic domain of anger and violence in tweets by radical-right campaigner Nigel Farage in comparison with four other prominent British politicians. Abstract, Figures & Tables, and References.
Bright, David, Chad Whelan, and Shandon Harris-Hogan. “Exploring the Hidden Social Networks of ‘Lone Actor’ Terrorists.” Crime, Law and Social Change, Published: 6 June 2020. Abstract, notes, and references.
Brils, Tobias, Jasper Muis, and Teodora Gaidyte. “Dissecting Electoral Support for the Far Right: A Comparison between Mature and Post-Communist European Democracies.” Government and Opposition, Published online: 4 August 2020. Full text and here and here.
Brooks, Marcus A. “It’s Okay to Be White: Laundering White Supremacy through a Colorblind Victimized White Race-Consciousness Raising Campaign.” Sociological Spectrum, Published online: 31 Aug. 2020. Abstract.
Brown, John. “Neoliberalization, De-Democratization, and Populist Responses in Western Europe, the US, and Latin America.” Critical Sociology, First Published May 23, 2020. Abstract and references.
Brown, Katy, and Aurelien Mondon. “Populism, the Media, and the Mainstreaming of the Far Right: The Guardian‘s Coverage of Populism as a Case Study.” Politics, First Published September 30, 2020. Full text and here.
Bruce, Tayyiba. “Reader Comments and Right-Wing Discourse in Traditional News Media Websites.” Contemporary Media Stylistics. Edited by Helen Ringrow and Stephen Pihlaja. London, New York, Oxford, New Dehli, Sydney: Bloomsbury Academic, 2020. 215-240.
Brugh, Christine Shahan, Sarah L. Desmarais, and Joseph Simons-Rudolph. “Application of the TRAP-18 Framework to U.S. and Western European Lone Actor Terrorists.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Published online: 6 May 2020. Abstract, funding, and notes.
Bruns, Axel, Stephen Harrington, and Edward Hurcombe. “‘Corona? 5G? Or Both?’: The Dynamics of COVID-19/5G Conspiracy Theories on Facebook.” Media International Australia, First Published August 4, 2020. Full text and here.
Bruns, Hanna. “National Socialist metaphors in the discourse of the Alternative für Deutschland: Exploring a leaked WhatsApp chat.” metaphorik.de – online journal on metaphor and metonymy 30 (2020). Full text.
Bures, Eliah. “Beachhead or Refugium? The Rise and Dilemma of New Right Counterculture.” Journal for the Study of Radicalism 14.2 (2020): 29-64. First page.
Bures, Eliah. “The Ineffable Conservative Revolution: The Crisis of Language as a Motive for Weimar’s Radical Right.” Modern Intellectual History, Published online: 24 April 2020. Abstract and references.
Burgoon, Brian, and Matthijs Rooduijn. “‘Immigrationization’ of Welfare Politics? Anti-Immigration and Welfare Attitudes in Context.” West European Politics, Published online: 13 Jan. 2020. Full text and here and here.
Burke, Shani, Parisa Diba, and Georgios A. Antonopoulos. “‘You sick, twisted messes’: The use of argument and reasoning in Islamophobic and anti-Semitic discussions on Facebook.” Discourse & Society, First Published February 6, 2020. An analysis of anti-Semitic and Islamophobic discourse on the English Defence League’s (EDL) Facebook page. Full text.
Burley, Ryan. “ASIO clueless over right-wing extremism.” Guardian (Sydney) 1907 (16 Mar 2020): 3. Abstract.
Busbridge, Rachel, Benjamin Moffitt, and Joshua Thorburn. “Cultural Marxism: Far-Right Conspiracy Theory in Australia’s Culture Wars.” Social Identities, Published online: 29 June 2020. Abstract.
Bustikova, Lenka, David S. Siroky, Saud Alashri, and Sultan Alzahrani. “Predicting Partisan Responsiveness: A Probabilistic Text Mining Time-Series Approach.” Political Analysis 28.1 (Jan. 2020): 47-64. 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). Full text.
Butt, Shelby, and Daniel Byman. “Right-Wing Extremism: The Russian Connection.” Survival 62.2 (Mar. 2020): 137-152. Abstract.
Byerly, Carolyn M. “Incels Online Reframing Sexual Violence.” The Communication Review, Published online: 4 Oct. 2020. Abstract.
Caiani, Manuela, and Enrico Padoan. “Populism and the (Italian) Crisis: The Voters and the Context.” Politics, First Published September 24, 2020. Abstract and references.
Campion, Kristy. “Contemporary right-wing extremism: in Australia.” Counterterrorism Yearbook 2020. Edited by Isaac Kfir and John Coyne. Barton ACT: Australian Strategic Policy Institute, Mar. 2020. 13-18. Full text.
Carella, Leonardo, and Robert Ford. “The Status Stratification of Radical Right Support: Reconsidering the Occupational Profile of UKIP’s Electorate.” Electoral Studies 67 (Oct. 2020): 102214. 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 60.1 (Jan. 2020): 74-92. Full text and here and here.
Carthy, Sarah L., Colm B. Doody, Katie Cox, Denis O’Hora, and Kiran M. Sarma. “Counter-Narratives for the Prevention of Violent Radicalisation: A Systematic Review of Targeted Interventions.” Campbell Systematic Reviews 16.3 (September 2020): e1106. Full text and here and here.
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Castanho Silva, Bruno, and Sven-Oliver Proksch. “Fake It ‘Til You Make It: A Natural Experiment to Identify European Politicians’ Benefit from Twitter Bots.” American Political Science Review, Published online: 11 September 2020. Arguing from empirical, causally identified evidence that the radical right benefits more from malicious bots than other party families. Full text and here.
Castelli Gattinara, Pietro. “The Study of the Far Right and Its Three E’s: Why Scholarship Must Go beyond Eurocentrism, Electoralism and Externalism.” French Politics, Published: 20 June 2020. Full text.
Castelli Gattinara, Pietro, and Lorenzo Zamponi. “Politicizing Support and Opposition to Migration in France: The EU Asylum Policy Crisis and Direct Social Activism.” Journal of European Integration 42.5 (July 2020): 625-641. Full text and here and here.
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Catalano, Salaina. “When It Happened Here: Michigan and the Transnational Development of American Fascism, 1920-1945.” Michigan Historical Review 46.1 (2020): 29-67. First page.
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“Cure, Poison or Placebo? The Consequences of Populist and Radical Party Success for Representative Democracy” [special issue]: Representation 56.3 (July 2020). Contents: Heiko Giebler, and Annika Werner, Cure, Poison or Placebo? The Consequences of Populist and Radical Party Success for Representative Democracy, 293-306, full text and here and here — Werner Krause and Heiko Giebler, Shifting Welfare Policy Positions: The Impact of Radical Right Populist Party Success Beyond Migration Politics, 331-348, full text and here and here — Robin E. Best, Do Radical Right-Wing Populist Parties in the Legislature Affect Representation in Government? A Cross-National Analysis, 367-386, abstract and references — José Rama Caamaño and Fernando Casal Bértoa, Are Anti-Political-Establishment Parties a Peril for European Democracy? A Longitudinal Study from 1950 till 2017, 387-410, abstract and references — Fred Paxton, Towards a Populist Local Democracy? The Consequences of Populist Radical Right Local Government Leadership in Western Europe, 411-430, abstract and references.
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Dancygier, Rafaela. “Another Progressive’s Dilemma: Immigration, the Radical Right & Threats to Gender Equality.” Dædalus, the Journal of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences 149.1 (Winter 2020): 56-71. Full text and here and here and here and here and here and here.
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 53.5 (April 2020): 734-774. Full text.
Dassonneville, Ruth. “Change and Continuity in the Ideological Gender Gap a Longitudinal Analysis of Left-Right Self-Placement in OECD Countries.” European Journal of Political Research, First published: 25 January 2020. Abstract. Replication materials.
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De Cleen, Benjamin, and Yannis Stavrakakis. “How Should We Analyze the Connections between Populism and Nationalism: A Response to Rogers Brubaker.” Nations and Nationalism, First published: 3 January 2020. Abstract.
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Dixit, Priya. “Extremists or Patriots?: Racialisation of Countering Violent Extremism Programming in the US.” Encountering Extremism: Theoretical Issues and Local Challenges. Edited by Alice Martini, Kieran Ford and Richard Jackson. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2020. Chapter abstract.
Dmello, Jared R., Arie Perliger, and Matthew Sweeney. “The Violence of Political Empowerment: Electoral Success and the Facilitation of Terrorism in the Republic of India.” Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 9 June 2020. Includes an Appendix. List of terrorist ideological coding. Abstract.
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Dolea, Alina, Diana Ingenhoff, Anabella Beju. “Country Images and Identities in Times of Populism: Swiss Media Discourses on the ‘Stop Mass Immigration’ Initiative.” International Communication Gazette, First Published July 27, 2020. Abstract and references.
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Druxes, Helga. “‘The Burqa Is Not Us (wir sind nicht burka)’: Strategic Islamophobia and the Mainstreaming of Nativist Appeals.” Journal of Contemporary European Studies 28.1 (Jan. 2020): 70-84. Abstract and references.
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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 27.6 (June 2020): 795-813. Full text and here and here.
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Finlayson, Alan. “YouTube and Political Ideologies: Technology, Populism and Rhetorical Form.” Political Studies, First Published July 14, 2020. A case-study of the UK-based political YouTuber Paul Joseph Watson. Abstract and references.
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Fornaro, Paolo, and Antti Kaihovaara. “Microdynamics, Granularity and Populism: The Finnish Case.” European Journal of Political Economy, Available online 6 August 2020. A study of municipal-level support toward the Finns Party, the Finnish right-wing populist party, during the 2011 and 2015 parliamentary elections. Abstract.
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“Forum on ‘Anthropology and the Riddle of White Supremacy.'” American Anthropologist, March 11, 2020. Featuring responses to the article “Anthropology and the Riddle of White Supremacy,” by Junaid Rana. Contents: On Christianity and Universal Values, by Mark Anderson – Demystifying White Supremacy in Anthropology, by Zareena Grewal – Racial and Religious Fascism and Indigenous Communities, by Irma A. Velásquez Nimatuj – On the Reality and Globality of White Supremacy, by Ghassan Hage. Full text.
Franssen, Gaston, and Jan Rock. “The Dutch Star on the Flag of Europe: The Personalisation of National Identity in Geert Wilders’ Celebrity Politics.” Celebrity Studies, Published online: 25 Aug. 2020. Full text and here and here.
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Ganguly, Sumit. “An Illiberal India?” Journal of Democracy 31.1 (Jan. 2020): 193-202. On the threat posed by the antisecular, majoritarian vision of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to liberal democracy in India on three levels: societal, ideological, and institutional. Full text and here and here.
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Gidron, Noam. “Many Ways to Be Right: Cross-Pressured Voters in Western Europe.” British Journal of Political Science, Published online: 15 September 2020. Abstract and references.
Gidron, Noam, and Peter A. Hall. “Populism as a Problem of Social Integration.” Comparative Political Studies 53.7 (June 2020): 1027-1059. Abstract and references.
Gilbert, Jarrod, and Ben Elley. “Shaved Heads and Sonnenrads: Comparing White Supremacist Skinheads and the Alt-Right in New Zealand.” Kotuitui: New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences Online 15.2 (July 2020): 280-294. Full text and here.
Gilks, Mark. “The Security-Prejudice Nexus: ‘Islamist’ Terrorism and the Structural Logics of Islamophobia in the UK.” Critical Studies on Terrorism 13.1 (Jan. 2020): 24-46. Abstract and references.
Gill, Paul, Caitlin Clemmow, Florian Hetzel, Bettina Rottweiler, Nadine Salman, Isabelle Van Der Vegt, Zoe Marchment, Sandy Schumann, Sanaz Zolghadriha, Norah Schulten, Helen Taylor, and Emily Corner. “Systematic Review of Mental Health Problems and Violent Extremism.” The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology, Published online: 19 Sept. 2020. Abstract and funding.
Giroux, Henry A. “The Ghost of Fascism and in the Post-Truth Era.” Critical Pedagogy in Uncertain Times: Hope and Possibilities. Edited by Sheila L. Macrine. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020. 17-31. Chapter abstract and references.
Giudici, Anja. “Seeds of Authoritarian Opposition: Far-Right Education Politics in Post-War Europe.” European Educational Research Journal, First Published August 19, 2020. Abstract and references. Online appendix.
Givens, Terri E. “Immigration, Race and the Radical Right: Politics and Policy from Colonialism to Brexit.” JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies, First published: 9 March 2020. Abstract.
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 26.1 (March 2020): 116-136. Full text.
“The Global Rise of the Extreme Right” [special issue]: Social Sciences 9.9 (Sept. 2020). Contents: Framing “The Gypsy Problem”: Populist Electoral Use of Romaphobia in Italy (2014-2019), by Laura Cervi and Santiago Tejedor, art. 105, full text and here — Metapolitical New Right Influencers: The Case of Brittany Pettibone, by Ico Maly, art. 113, full text and here — The Culture of Violent Talk: An Interpretive Approach, by Pete Simi and Steven Windisch, art. 120, full text and here — Women in the Extreme and Radical Right: Forms of Participation and Their Implications, by Kristy Campion, art. 149, full text and here — Keeping the Nazi Menace Out: George Lincoln Rockwell and the Border Control System in Australia and Britain in the Early 1960s, by Evan Smith, art. 158, full text and here — The “New Normal” and “Pandemic Populism”: The COVID-19 Crisis and Anti-Hygienic Mobilisation of the Far-Right, by Ulrike M. Vieten, art. 165, full text and here.
Gómez Larrañaga, Susana. “8chan, a Twitter-Fossil: A Post-Digital Genealogy of Digital Toxicity.” AI and the Arts: Artificial Imagination. Proceedings of EVA London 2020. Swindon: BCS Learning & Development, 2020. 365-368. Full text.
Gonzalez Cedillo, Ivan J. “The Strengthening of Extremist Groups in the U. S. Through Discourse, its Acceptance in the EU and the Area of Opportunity for Russian Soft Power.” Россия и Америка в современном глобальном мире: Сборник докладов XXVII Российско-американского семинара в СПбГУ, 14–15 мая 2018 г. под ред. Б.А. Ширяева, Н.А. Цветковой, К.В. Минковой, Ю.К. Богуславской. СПб.: Изд-во С.-Петерб. ун-та, 2020. 224-232. Full text.
Goodwin, Megan. “Unmasking Islamophobia: Anti-Muslim Hostility and/as White Supremacy.” Journal of the American Academy of Religion 88.2 (June 2020): 354-386. Abstract.
Göpffarth, Julian. “Activating the Socialist Past for a Nativist Future: Far-Right Intellectuals and the Prefigurative Power of Multidirectional Nostalgia in Dresden.” Social Movement Studies, Published online: 30 Jan. 2020. Abstract.
Göpffarth, Julian, and Esra Özyürek. “Spiritualizing Reason, Rationalizing Spirit: Muslim Public Intellectuals in the German Far Right.” Ethnicities, First Published June 22, 2020. Abstract and references.
Gorman, Cynthia S., and Karen Culcasi. “Invasion and Colonization: Islamophobia and Anti-Refugee Sentiment in West Virginia.” Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space, First Published August 4, 2020. Abstract and references.
Gottschalk, Simon. “Accelerators, Amplifiers, and Conductors: A Model of Tertiary Deviance in Online White Supremacist Networks.” Deviant Behavior, Published online: 9 Mar. 2020. Abstract.
Götz, Irene. “‘We’ and ‘The Others’ as Constituents of Symbolic Politics: On the Populist Exploitation of Long-lasting Nationalist Sentiments and Resentments Regarding Citizenship in Germany.” The Secular Sacred Emotions of Belonging and the Perils of Nation and Religion. Markus Balkenhol, Ernst van den Hemel, Irene Stengs, Editors. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020. 43-65. Chapter abstract and references.
Gover, Angela R., Shannon B. Harper, and Lynn Langton. “Anti-Asian Hate Crime During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Exploring the Reproduction of Inequality.” American Journal of Criminal Justice, Published: 7 July 2020. Full text and here.
Grace, Breanne Leigh, and Katie Heins. “Redefining Refugee: White Christian Nationalism in State Politics and Beyond.” Ethnic and Racial Studies, Published online: 2 June 2020. Abstract.
Graef, Josefin. “Telling the Story of the National Socialist Underground (NSU): A Narrative Media Analysis.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 43.6 (June 2020): 496-515. Abstract, funding, and notes.
Grant, John, and Fiona MacDonald. “The ‘Alt’ Right, Toxic Masculinity, and Violence.” Turbulent Times, Transformational Possibilities? Gender and Politics Today and Tomorrow. Edited by Fiona MacDonald and Alexandra Dobrowolsky. Toronto, Buffalo, London: University of Toronto Press, 2020. 368ff.
Grdešić, Marko. “The Strange Case of Welfare Chauvinism in Eastern Europe.” Communist and Post-Communist Studies 53.3 (Sept. 2020): 107-122. Abstract.
Greskovits, Béla. “Rebuilding the Hungarian Right through Conquering Civil Society: The Civic Circles Movement.” East European Politics, Published online: 27 Jan. 2020. Abstract.
Grodecki, Mateusz. “Occasional Nationalists: The National Ideology of Ultras.” Nationalities Papers, Published online: 28 July 2020. Abstract and references.
Gründl, Johann, and Julian Aichholzer. “Support for the Populist Radical Right: Between Uncertainty Avoidance and Risky Choice: Uncertainty Avoidance and Right-Wing Populism.” Political Psychology, First published: 22 January 2020. Full text and here and here and here.
Guenther, Lars, Georg Ruhrmann, Jenny Bischoff, Tessa Penzel, and Antonia Weber. “Strategic Framing and Social Media Engagement: Analyzing Memes Posted by the German Identitarian Movement on Facebook.” Social Media + Society 6.1 (Jan. 2020). Full text and here and here.
Gugushvili, Alexi. “A Population Health Perspective on the Trump Administration, Brexit, and Right-Wing Populism in Europe.” American Journal of Public Health 110.3 (Feb. 2020): 274-276. Full text and here.
Guldimann, Angela, and J. Reid Meloy. “Assessing the Threat of Lone-Actor Terrorism: The Reliability and Validity of the TRAP-18.” Forensische Psychiatrie, Psychologie, Kriminologie 14 (2020): 158-166. Full text and here and here.
Gwiazda, Anna. “Right-Wing Populism and Feminist Politics: The Case of Law and Justice in Poland.” International Political Science Review, First Published September 8, 2020. Abstract and references.
Hadžić, Faruk. “The European Union (EU) Political Identity within the Migrant Crisis, and the Balkan – Bosnian Route; Xenophobia and Religious Identity.” Research, Society and Development 9.10 (Oct. 2020), art. e4809108685. Full text and here and here.
Hakoköngäs, Eemeli, Otto Halmesvaara, and Inari Sakki. “Persuasion Through Bitter Humor: Multimodal Discourse Analysis of Rhetoric in Internet Memes of Two Far-Right Groups in Finland.” Social Media + Society 6.2 (Apr. 2020): 2056305120921575. Focusing on the role of Internet memes posted by Finland First and the Soldiers of Odin, two far-right groups in Finland, between the years 2015 and 2017 on Facebook. Full text and here and here.
Halikiopoulou, Daphne, and Tim Vlandas. “When Economic and Cultural Interests Align: The Anti-Immigration Voter Coalitions Driving Far Right Party Success in Europe.” European Political Science Review, Published online: 20 May 2020. Full text and here.
Halldorf, Joel. “Epilogue: Swedish Evangelicalism and the American Religious Right (Or: Why Swedish Pentecostals Are Not Trumpists).” Pentecostal Politics in a Secular World: The Life and Leadership of Lewi Pethrus. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020. 241-262. Abstract.
Hameleers, Michael. “My Reality Is More Truthful Than Yours: Radical Right-Wing Politicians’ and Citizens’ Construction of ‘Fake’ and ‘Truthfulness’ on Social Media—Evidence From the United States and The Netherlands.” International Journal of Communication 14 (2020): 1135-1152. Full text.
Hameleers, Michael. “Populist Disinformation: Exploring Intersections between Online Populism and Disinformation in the US and the Netherlands.” Politics and Governance 8.1 (Mar. 2020): 146-157. Free online and here.
Hameleers, Michael. “They Are Lying to Us! The Rhetoric of Direct Communication by Populist Politicians and Its Effects on the Electorate: Evidence from the Netherlands.” The Rhetoric of Political Leadership: Logic and Emotion in Public Discourse. Edited by Ofer Feldman. Northampton: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2020. Chapter abstract.
Hameleers, Michael. “Separating Truth from Lies: Comparing the Effects of News Media Literacy Interventions and Fact-Checkers in Response to Political Misinformation in the US and Netherlands.” Information, Communication & Society, Published online: 18 May 2020. Full text and here.
Hameleers, Michael. “They Are Selling Themselves Out to the Enemy! The Content and Effects of Populist Conspiracy Theories.” International Journal of Public Opinion, Published: 17 March 2020. On a qualitative content analysis of leading (radical) right-wing populist politicians’ self-communication (Trump and Wilders) and an experiment in which the central content features of populist conspiracies are manipulated. Abstract.
Han, Kyung Joon. “Reacting to Isolation: How the Political Exclusion of Extreme Right-Wing Parties Changes the Party Support.” Representation 56.1 (2020): 71-87. Abstract and references. Supplemental material.
Hargitai, Tibor. “How Eurosceptic is Fidesz actually?” Politics in Central Europe 16.1 (2020): 189-209. Full text.
Harpviken, Anna Naterstad. “Psychological Vulnerabilities and Extremism Among Western Youth: A Literature Review.” Adolescent Research Review 5.1 (Mar. 2020): 1-26. Abstract and references.
Harris, Jonathan. “Nativist-Populism, the Internet and the Geopolitics of Indigenous Diaspora.” Political Geography 78 (Apr. 2020): 102124. An analysis of the ways the discourse of the MAK-Anavad (the Kabyle government-in-exile for the province of Kabylie in Algeria) articulates with the nativist-populism of the French Right. Abstract.
Harrod, Mary. “‘Money Can’t Buy Me Love’: Radical Right-Wing Populism in French Romantic Comedies of the 2010s.” New Review of Film and Television Studies 18.1 (Jan. 2020): 101-118. Full text and here and here.
Hart, Roderick P. “Donald Trump and the Return of the Paranoid Style.” Presidential Studies Quarterly, First published: 13 February 2020. Abstract.
Hartzell, Stephanie L. “Whiteness Feels Good Here: Interrogating White Nationalist Rhetoric on Stormfront.” Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, Published online: 26 Mar. 2020. Abstract.
Hawdon, James, Matthew Costello, Colin Bernatzky, and Salvatore J. Restifo. “The Enthymemes of Supporting President Trump: Explaining the Association Between Structural Location, Supporting the President, and Agreeing With Online Extremism.” Social Science Computer Review, First Published February 13, 2020. Abstract and references.
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 18.2 (Apr. 2020): 133-150. Abstract and references.
Heersink, Boris, and Jeffery A. Jenkins. “Whiteness and the Emergence of the Republican Party in the Early Twentieth-Century South.” Studies in American Political Development, Published online: 6 January 2020. Abstract and references.
Heft, Annett, Eva Mayerhöffer, Susanne Reinhardt, and Curd Knüpfer. “Beyond Breitbart: Comparing Right-Wing Digital News Infrastructures in Six Western Democracies.” Policy & Internet 12.1 (March 2020): 20-45. Full text and here and here and here. Appendix: Codebook Research Project.
Heinisch, Reinhard, and Carsten Wegscheider. “Disentangling How Populism and Radical Host Ideologies Shape Citizens’ Conceptions of Democratic Decision-Making.” Politics and Governance 8.3 (July 2020): 32-44. Full text and here and here.
Heinisch, Reinhard, Duncan McDonnell, and Annika Werner. “Equivocal Euroscepticism: How Populist Radical Right Parties Can Have Their EU Cake and Eat It.” JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies, First published: 1 June 2020. Full text.
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 21.2 (Mar. 2020): 163-181. Full text and here and here. Audio.
Heiskanen, Jaakko. “The Nationalism-Populism Matrix.” Journal of Political Ideologies, Published online: 24 Sept. 2020. Abstract.
Heiss, Raffael, and Jörg Matthes. “Stuck in a Nativist Spiral: Content, Selection, and Effects of Right-Wing Populists’ Communication on Facebook.” Political Communication 37.3 (May 2020): 303-328. Full text and here and here. Audio.
Hemel, Ernst van den. “Who Leads Leitkultur?: How Populist Claims about ‘Christian Identity’ Impact Christian-Democrats in Western Europe.” Interdisciplinary Journal for Religion and Transformation in Contemporary Society 5.2 (Jan. 2020): 312-330. Full text and here and here.
Henley, Kenneth, and Paul Warren. “Populism, American Nationalism and Representative Democracy.” Democracy, Populism, and Truth. Edited by Mark Christopher Navin and Richard Nunan. Cham: Springer, 2020. 193-207. Linking Trump’s populism to American White Nationalism and to similar nationalist populisms in Europe. Full text.
Henrard, Kristin, and Peter Vermeersch. “Nationalism with a Human Face? European Human Rights Judgments and the Reinvention of Nationalist Politics.” Nationalities Papers, Published online: 27 January 2020. Abstract and references.
Heydinger, John. “‘Vermin’: Predator Eradication as an Expression of White Supremacy in Colonial Namibia, 1921-1952.” Journal of Southern African Studies, Published online: 21 Jan. 2020. Abstract.
Higuchi, Naoto. “The ‘Pro-Establishment’ Radical Right: Japan’s Nativist Movement Reconsidered.” Civil Society and the State in Democratic East Asia: Between Entanglement and Contention in Post High Growth. Edited by David Chiavacci, Simona Grano, and Julia Obinger. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press 2020. 117-140. Full text.
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 59.2 (May 2020): 331-353. Abstract and online appendix.
Hoctor, Tom. “Coming to Terms with the Market: Accounts of Neoliberal Failure and Rehabilitation on the British Right.” British Politics, Published: 19 June 2020. Abstract, notes, and references.
Hoffman, Bruce, Jacob Ware, and Ezra Shapiro. “Assessing the Threat of Incel Violence.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Published online: 19 Apr. 2020. Abstract and notes.
Hofmann, David C. “Breaking Free: A Socio-Historical Analysis of the Canadian Freemen-on-the-Land Movement.” Terrorism and Counterterrorism in Canada. Edited by Jez Littlewood, Lorne L. Dawson, and Sara K. Thompson. Toronto, Buffalo, London: University of Toronto Press, 2020. 77-100.
Hofmann, David C. “How ‘Alone’ Are Lone-Actors? Exploring the Ideological, Signaling, and Support Networks of Lone-Actor Terrorists.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 43.7 (July 2020): 657-678. Abstract, funding, and notes.
Hokka, Jenni, and Matti Nelimarkka. “Affective Economy of National-Populist Images: Investigating National and Transnational Online Networks through Visual Big Data.” New Media & Society 22.5 (May 2020): 770-792. Full text.
Holt, Thomas J., Joshua D. Freilich, and Steven M. Chermak. “Examining the Online Expression of Ideology among Far-Right Extremist Forum Users.” Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 7 Jan 2020. A content analysis of over 18,000 posts from eight far-right extremist forums operating online. Abstract and funding.
Homola, Jonathan, Miguel Pereira, and Margit Tavits. “Legacies of the Third Reich: Concentration Camps and Outgroup Intolerance.” American Political Science Review, Published online: 27 January 2020. Showing that current political intolerance, xenophobia, and voting for radical right-wing parties (AfD and NPD) are associated with proximity to former Nazi concentration camps in Germany. Full text and here and here.
Hosen, Saddam. “Hindu Nationalism and the Rise of BJP in India: A Critical Review.” IOSR Journal Of Humanities And Social Science (IOSR-JHSS) 25.2, Series 9 (February 2020): 55-61. Full text.
Hou, Dongfang, Khusrav Gaibulloev, and Todd Sandler. “Introducing Extended Data on Terrorist Groups (EDTG), 1970 to 2016.” Journal of Conflict Resolution 64.1 (January 2020): 199-225. 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 and here and here.
Huber, Robert A. “The Role of Populist Attitudes in Explaining Climate Change Skepticism and Support for Environmental Protection.” Environmental Politics, Published online: 9 Jan 2020. Full text and here and here.
Hunter, Lance Y., Martha Humphries Ginn, Scott Storyllewellyn, and Joshua Rutland. “Are Mass Shootings Acts of Terror? Applying Key Criteria in Definitions of Terrorism to Mass Shootings in the United States from 1982 to 2018.” Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression, Published online: 14 May 2020. Abstract.
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 26.1 (January 2020): 67-84. Full text and here and here and here and here. Appendix A: Selected press releases January-February 2015.
Ibroscheva, Elza. “The World According to Siderov: The Rise of the Far-Right Celebrity Politician in Bulgaria.” Celebrity Studies, Published online: 7 Sept. 2020. On Bulgarian politician Volen Siderov. Abstract.
Ikuta, Jennie C., and Trevor Latimer. “Aristocracy in America: Tocqueville on White Supremacy.” The Journal of Politics, Just Accepted: 6 October 2020. First page.
Iocco, Giulio, Martina Lo Cascio, and Domenico Claudio Perrotta. “‘Close the Ports to African Migrants and Asian Rice!’: The Politics of Agriculture and Migration and the Rise of a ‘New’ Right-Wing Populism in Italy.” Sociologia Ruralis, First published:20 April 2020. Abstract.
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 82.1 (Feb. 2020): 60-81. Abstract and references. Figures.
Ivaldi, Gilles, and Oscar Mazzoleni. “Economic Populism and Sovereigntism: The Economic Supply of European Radical Right-Wing Populist Parties.” European Politics and Society 21.2 (Mar. 2020): 202-218. Abstract and references.
Ivănescu, Mihaela, and Luiza-Maria Filimon. “Mainstream Fringes or Fringe Mainstream? An Assessment of Radical Right (Re)Alignments in the European Parliament after the 2014 and 2019 Elections.” European Review, Published online: 23 June 2020. Abstract and references.
Jacobs, Laura, and Joost van Spanje. “Prosecuted, yet Popular? Hate Speech Prosecution of Anti-Immigration Politicians in the News and Electoral Support.” Comparative European Politics, Published: 23 June 2020. Abstract, notes, and references.
Jaffe, Elizabeth M. “From Terrorists to Trolls: Expanding Web Host Liability for Live-Streaming, Swatting, and Cyberbullying.” Journal of Science & Technology Law 26.1 (Winter 2020): 51-66. Full text.
Jahnke, Sara, Carl Philipp Schröder, Laura-Romina Goede, Lena Lehmann, Luisa Hauff, and Andreas Beelmann. “Observer Sensitivity and Early Radicalization to Violence Among Young People in Germany.” Social Justice Research, Published: 19 February 2020. Full text.
Jakobson, Mari-Liis, Tõnis Saarts, and Leif Kalev. “Radical right across borders? The case of EKRE’s Finnish branch.” Political Parties Abroad: A New Arena for Party Politics. Edited by Tudi Kernalegenn and Émilie van Haute. London and New York: Routledge, 2020. 21-38. Abstract.
Jakubowski, Jakub, Agnieszka Stępińska, and Denis Halagiera. “What Populism is About? Topics in Populist Discourse in Print Media.” Populist Discourse in the Polish Media. Edited by Agnieszka Stępińska. Poznań: Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Faculty of Political Science and Journalism, 2020. 61-80. Full text.
Jämte, Jan, and Rune Ellefsen. “Countering Extremism(s): Differences in Local Prevention of Left-Wing, Right-Wing and Islamist Extremism.” Journal for Deradicalization 24 (Sept. 2020): 191-231. Full text and here.
Jarvis, G. E. “Raspail, Racism, and Migration: Implications for Radicalization in a Polarizing World.” Transcultural Psychiatry, First Published July 2, 2020. Comparing the predictions of Jean Raspail’s controversial 1973 novel The Camp of the Saints to events in Europe today. Abstract and references.
Jennings, Colin, and Elizabeth Ralph-Morrow. “Selective Tolerance and the Radical Right.” Rationality and Society 32.2 (May 2020): 144-167. Abstract and references.
Jensen, Michael, Patrick James, and Elizabeth Yates. “Contextualizing Disengagement: How Exit Barriers Shape the Pathways Out of Far-Right Extremism in the United States.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Published online: 4 May 2020. Abstract, funding, and notes.
Jereza, Rachelle, and Sabina Perrino. “‘They Are Just a Danger’: Chronotopic Worlds in Digital Narratives of the Far-Right.” Journal of Language and Politics, Available online: 4 May 2020. Abstract and references.
Jiang, Liang, and Xiangjun Ma. “Political Distrust and Right-Wing Populist Party Voting in Australia.” Australian Journal of Political Science, Published online: 31 July 2020. Abstract and funding.
Jones, Bryn. “EU Neoliberalism at Bay: Social Democratic Renewal or Populist Economic Nationalism?” Alternate Routes: A Journal of Critical Social Research 31.1 (July 2020): 67-93. Full text and here and here and here.
Jory, Patrick, and Jirawat Saengthong. “The Roots of Conservative Radicalism in Southern Thailand’s Buddhist Heartland.” Critical Asian Studies 52.1 (Jan. 2020): 127-148. On “the rise of a conservative radicalism characterized by ultra-royalism, a virulent nationalism in which Buddhist identity has a central if subtle place, and a willingness to use violence when this royalist Thai Buddhist identity is seen to be threatened.” Abstract, references, and funding.
Kaiser, Jonas, Adrian Rauchfleisch, and Nikki Bourassa. “Connecting the (Far-)Right Dots: A Topic Modeling and Hyperlink Analysis of (Far-)Right Media Coverage during the US Elections 2016.” Digital Journalism 8.3 (Mar. 2020): 422-441. Abstract, funding, notes, and references.
Kalmar, Ivan. “Islamophobia and Anti-Antisemitism: The Case of Hungary and the ‘Soros Plot.'” Patterns of Prejudice, Published online: 29 Apr. 2020. Abstract.
Kalmar, Ivan, and Nitzan Shoshan. “Islamophobia in Germany, East/West: An Introduction.” Journal of Contemporary European Studies, Published online: 10 Mar. 2020. Abstract and funding.
Kaltwasser, Cristóbal Rovira, and Steven M. Van Hauwaert. “The Populist Citizen: Empirical Evidence from Europe and Latin America.” European Political Science Review 12.1 (Feb. 2020): 1-18. Full text. Supplementary materials.
Kanwar, Parul Singh. “Make Canada Great Again: The Influence of Donald Trump on the Canadian Right Wing Identity.” Political Science Undergraduate Review 5.1 (Winter 2020), article 8. Full text and here.
Katz, Nathan. “Do-It-Yourself White Supremacy: Linking Together Punk Rock and White Power.” Poetics, Available online 9 July 2020. First page preview.
Kaufman, Nicole. “Governing Through Partnerships: Neoconservative Governance and State Reliance on Religious NGOs in Drug Policy.” Critical Criminology, Published: 1 February 2020. Abstract, notes, and references.
Keating, Avril, and Jan Germen Janmaat. “Immigrants, Inclusion, and the Role of Hard Work: Exploring Anti-Immigrant Attitudes among Young People in Britain.” The Sociological Review, First Published April 16, 2020. Showing that anti-immigrant attitudes in England are not just found among young supporters of the radical right. Full text.
Kelly, Mark G. E. “Is Fascism the Main Danger Today? Trump and Techno-Neoliberalism.” Telos 192 (Fall 2020): 101-123. Excerpt.
Kenny, John. “The Role of Political Attention in Moderating the Association between Political Identities and Anthropogenic Climate Change Belief in Britain.” Political Studies, First Published June 19, 2020. Abstract and references.
Kenny, Paul D. “‘The Enemy of the People’: Populists and Press Freedom.” Political Research Quarterly 73.2 (June 2020): 261-275. Abstract and references.
Kersh, Daliany Jerónimo. “‘Fighting for the Right’: A Functionalist Oral-History Analysis of Conservative Brazilian Women from the Military Dictatorship (1964-1985) to Jair Bolsonaro’s Presidency (2018–).” Bulletin of Latin American Research, First published: 4 September 2020. Full text and here and here.
Kertzer, David I., and Gunnar Mokosch. “In the Name of the Cross: Christianity and Anti-Semitic Propaganda in Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy.” Comparative Studies in Society and History 62.3 (July 2020): 456-486. Abstract and references.
Kessel, Stijn van, Javier Sajuria, and Steven M. Van Hauwaert. “Informed, Uninformed or Misinformed? A Cross-National Analysis of Populist Party Supporters across European Democracies.” West European Politics, Published online: 17 Jan 2020. Full text.
Khan, Saira. “Institutionalised Islamophobia: The Rise of European Nationalism against Freedom of Religion for Muslims.” The Asian Yearbook of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law 4 (2020): 330-348. Abstract.
Kiely, Ray. “Conservatism, Neoliberalism and Resentment in Trumpland: The ‘Betrayal’ and ‘Reconstruction’ of the United States.” Geoforum, Available online: 14 February 2020. Abstract.
Kim, Seongcheol. “Between Illiberalism and Hyper-Neoliberalism: Competing Populist Discourses in the Czech Republic.” European Politics and Society, Published online: 28 Feb. 2020. In part, on the far-right Republicans (SPR-RSČ), Tomio Okamura’s far-right Dawn of Direct Democracy, and Okamura’s Freedom and Direct Democracy (SPD). Full text and here.
Kinderman, Daniel. “German Business Mobilization against Right-Wing Populism.” Politics & Society, First Published September 25, 2020. Abstract.
King, Amy. “Antagonistic Martyrdom: Memory of the 1973 Rogo di Primavalle.” Modern Italy 25.1 (Feb. 2020): 33-48. Abstract and references.
Klein, Ofra, and Andrea L. P. Pirro. “Reverting Trajectories? UKIP’s Organisational and Discursive Change after the Brexit Referendum.” Information, Communication & Society, Published online: 19 July 2020. Abstract.
Kleinberg, Bennett, Isabelle van der Vegt, and Paul Gill. “The Temporal Evolution of a Far-Right Forum.” Journal of Computational Social Science, Published: 21 February 2020. Full text and here and here.
Kleinert, Manuel, and Elmar Schlueter. “Why and When Do Citizens Support Populist Right-Wing Social Movements? Development and Test of an Integrative Theoretical Model.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Published online: 14 May 2020. Abstract.
Knott, Andy. “The New Moving Right Show.” Soundings: A Journal of Politics and Culture 75 (Summer 2020): 111-123. Abstract and first page.
“Know Your Enemy” [special section]: Dissent Magazine (Spring 2020). Contents: The Once and Future Right [introduction to the special section], by Sam Adler-Bell, Matthew Sitman and Lauren Stokes, full text — The Nationalist Roots of White Evangelical Politics, by Daniel Steinmetz-Jenkins, full text — Why We Left the Right [Matthew Sitman in conversation with Maximillian Alvarez, Sarah Jones, and Daniel Steinmetz-Jenkins], full text — Nudging Towards Theocracy: Adrian Vermeule’s War on Liberalism, by James Chappel [on Adrian Vermeule, Harvard Law professor and recent Catholic convert and self-styled defender of “integralism”; mentions American Affairs (conservative journal); Joseph de Maistre (Catholic critic of the French Revolution); “integralism” (the idea that the state be subordinated to the Catholic Church, and that the state use its awesome power to create and defend the particular moral community that the Church imagines); the John M. Olin Foundation; the Patriot Act; Clarence Thomas; Antonin Scalia; Carl Schmitt (German jurist and prominent Nazi); Donald Trump; John Yoo], full text — Morbid Symptoms: An Interview with Ross Douthat, by Matthew Sitman and Sam Adler-Bell, full text — Holy War: Latin America’s Far Right, by Kirsten Weld [mentions Jeanine Áñez (self-declared Bolivian president); Jair Bolsonaro (Brazilian extreme right president); Luis Fernando Camacho (ultra-right Bolivian paramilitary leader); Pedro Carmona (Venezuelan conservative coup leader); Francisco Franco; the Fuerzas Armadas de Liberación Anti-Comunista Nacional Guerra de Exterminación (FALANGE) (El Salvadoran death squad); Mauricio Macri; Julio Meinvielle (Argentine far right Roman Catholic priest); Opus Dei (ultraconservative order); Sebastián Piñera (Chilean president); Augusto Pinochet; António de Oliveira Salazar; and Óscar Únzaga de la Vega (founder of the Bolivian Socialist Falange], full text — The Banal Transnationalism of the Far Right [online-only], by Agnieszka Pasieka, full text.
Knuckey, Jonathan, and Myunghee Kim. “The Politics of White Racial Identity and Vote Choice in the 2018 Midterm Elections.” Social Science Quarterly, First published:30 May 2020. Abstract.
Knüpfer, Curd, Matthias Hoffmann, and Vadim Voskresenskii. “Hijacking MeToo: Transnational Dynamics and Networked Frame Contestation on the Far Right in the Case of the ‘120 Decibels’ Campaign.” Information, Communication & Society, Published online: 25 Sept. 2020. On the ‘120 decibels’ campaign, launched by members of the Austrian Identitarian Movement via social media in early 2018, as a form of discursive ‘hijacking’ of the MeToo hashtag (#MeToo). Abstract and funding.
Koehler, Daniel. “Dying for the Cause? The Logic and Function of Ideologically Motivated Suicide, Martyrdom, and Self-Sacrifice within the Contemporary Extreme Right.” Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression, Published online: 17 Sept. 2020. Abstract.
Koehler, Daniel. “Involvement of Formers in Countering Violent Extremism: A Critical Perspective on Commonly Held Assumptions.” Frühere Extremisten in der schulischen Präventionsarbeit: Perspektiven aus Wissenschaft und Praxis. Herausgegeben von Maria Walsh | Antje Gansewig. Bonn: Nationales Zentrum Kriminalprävention, 2020. 15-22. Full text.
Komurcu, Osman. “Denying Diversity. Challenges to Multiculturalism in Central-Eastern Europe.” Europolity – Continuity and Change in European Governance 14.1 (2020): 159-178. Abstract.
Kong, Vivian. “Whiteness, Imperial Anxiety, and the ‘Global 1930s’: The White British League Debate in Hong Kong.” Journal of British Studies 59.2 (Apr. 2020): 343-371. Abstract and references.
Koning, Edward Anthony. “Breaking through: How Anti-Immigrant Parties Establish Themselves and the Implications for Their Study.” Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, Published online: 22 June 2020. Abstract.
Korhonen, Kuisma. “Politics of Fire: The Commemorative Torch Rally 612 of the Finnish Radical Right.” European Politics and Society 21.3 (May 2020): 307-322. Abstract.
Koski, Susan V., and Kathleen Bantley. “Dog Whistle Politics: the Trump Administration’s Influence on Hate Crimes.” 44 Seton Hall Legislative Journal 39 (2020). On the Trump administration’s utilization of dog whistle politics and the aggravating result it has on hate attacks. Full text.
Kotonen, Tommi. “Terminological Games: The Finnish Security Police Monitoring the Far-Right Movements in Finland During the Cold War.” Redescriptions: Political Thought, Conceptual History and Feminist Theory 23.1 (July 2020): 54-70. Full text and here.
Krämer, Benjamin, and Magdalena Klingler. “A Bad Political Climate for Climate Research and Trouble for Gender Studies: Right-Wing Populism as a Challenge to Science Communication.” Perspectives on Populism and the Media: Avenues for Research. Edited by Benjamin Krämer and Christina Holtz-Bacha. Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG, 2020. 253-272. First page.
Kriesi, Hanspeter, and Julia Schulte-Cloos. “Support for Radical Parties in Western Europe: Structural Conflicts and Political Dynamics.” Electoral Studies 65 (June 2020): 102138. Abstract.
Krouwel, André, Tim Bale, and Lucas Tremlett. “More or Less Vulnerable? Variation in the Extent to Which Mainstream Political Parties’ Voters Consider Voting for Radical Right Populist Parties.” Continuity and Change of Party Democracies in Europe. Sebastian Bukow and Uwe Jun, Editors. Wiesbaden: Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH, 2020. (Politische Vierteljahresschrift Sonderhefte). 169-201. Abstract. Abstract and references.
Krzyżanowski, Michal. “Discursive Shifts and the Normalisation of Racism: Imaginaries of Immigration, Moral Panics and the Discourse of Contemporary Right-Wing Populism.” Social Semiotics, Published online: 2 Jun 2020. Full text and here and here.
Kunst, Jonas R., and Milan Obaidi. “Understanding Violent Extremism in the 21st Century: The (Re)Emerging Role of Relative Deprivation.” Current Opinion in Psychology 35 (Oct. 2020): 55-59. Full text and here.
Kurer, Thomas. “The Declining Middle: Occupational Change, Social Status, and the Populist Right.” Comparative Political Studies, First Published April 8, 2020. Abstract and references.
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, Published online: 13 Feb. 2020. Full text and here and here.
Laaksonen, Salla-Maaria, Mervi Pantti, and Gavan Titley. “Broadcasting the Movement and Branding Political Microcelebrities: Finnish Anti-Immigration Video Practices on YouTube.” Journal of Communication, Published: 27 April 2020. Abstract.
Lammers, Joris, and Matthew Baldwin. “Make America Gracious Again: Collective Nostalgia Can Increase and Decrease Support for Right-Wing Populist Rhetoric.” European Journal of Social Psychology, First published: 3 April 2020. Full text and here.
Langebach, Martin, and Christoph Schulze. “Affirmation and Denial: Extreme Right Black Metal and the Holocaust.” Metal Music Studies 6.3 (September 2020): 375-393. Abstract.
Langsæther, Peter Egge, and Geoffrey Evans. “More than Self-Interest: Why Different Classes Have Different Attitudes to Income Inequality.” The British Journal of Sociology, First published: 6 March 2020. Full text and here.
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 59.1 (February 2020): 182-205. Full text and here and here and here.
Lasco, Gideon. “Medical Populism and the COVID-19 Pandemic.” Global Public Health, Published online: 11 Aug. 2020. Case studies of the political constructions of (and responses to) the COVID-19 pandemic in Brazil, the Philippines, and the United States from January to mid-July 2020, particularly by the countries’ heads of state: Jair Bolsonaro, Rodrigo Duterte, and Donald Trump. Full text and here and here.
Latif, Mehr, Kathleen Blee, Matthew DeMichele, and Pete Simi. “Do White Supremacist Women Adopt Movement Archetypes of Mother, Whore, and Fighter?” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Published online: 12 May 2020. Abstract and notes.
Leander, N. Pontus, Jannis Kreienkamp, Maximilian Agostini, Wolfgang Stroebe, Ernestine H. Gordijn, and Arie W. Kruglanski. “Biased Hate Crime Perceptions Can Reveal Supremacist Sympathies.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), first published July 27, 2020. Abstract and notes.
LeCras, Luke. “Blurred Boundaries: Some Historical Precedents for Radical Right-Wing Populism in Contemporary Britain.” Australian Journal of Politics & History 66.3 (September 2020): 450-466. Abstract.
Lee, Benjamin, and Kim Knott. “More Grist to the Mill? Reciprocal Radicalisation and Reactions to Terrorism in the Far-Right Digital Milieu.” Perspectives on Terrorism 14.3 (June 2020): 98-115. Full text and here.
Lellis, Nelson, and Roberto Dutra. “Programmatic Crisis and Moralization of the Politics: A Proposal to Define the Bolsonarism from the Experience with the Covid-19 Pandemic.” International Journal of Latin American Religions, Published: 15 September 2020. Full text and here.
Lendvai-Bainton, Noemi, and Dorota Szelewa. “Governing New Authoritarianism: Populism, Nationalism and Radical Welfare Reforms in Hungary and Poland.” Social Policy & Administration, First published: 2 August 2020. Full text and here and here.
Leser, Julia, and Florian Spissinger. “The Functionality of Affects: Conceptualising Far-Right Populist Politics beyond Negative Emotions.” Global Discourse: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Current Affairs, Appeared or available online: February 10, 2020. Abstract.
Levy, Helton. “Grammars of Contestation and Pluralism: Paulo Freire’s Action in Brazil’s Periphery and the Rise of Right-Wing Discourse on YouTube.” International Communication Gazette, First Published July 24, 2020. Abstract and references.
Lewicki, Aleksandra, and Yasemin Shooman. “Building a New Nation: Anti-Muslim Racism in Post-Unification Germany.” Journal of Contemporary European Studies 28.1 (Jan. 2020): 30-43. Full text and here and here.
Lewis, Rebecca. “‘This Is What the News Won’t Show You’: YouTube Creators and the Reactionary Politics of Micro-Celebrity.” Television & New Media 21.2 (Feb. 2020): 201-217. 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 and references.
Li, Jianing, and Min-Hsin Su. “Real Talk About Fake News: Identity Language and Disconnected Networks of the US Public’s ‘Fake News’ Discourse on Twitter.” Social Media + Society 6.2 (Apr. 2020). Full text and here.
Liburd, Liam J. “Thinking Imperially: The British Fascisti and the Politics of Empire, 1923-35.” Twentieth Century British History, Published: 24 April 2020. Abstract.
Limeberry, Veronica, and Jaclyn Fox. “Co-Opting the Rural: Regionalization as Narrative in International Populist Authoritarian Movement Organizing in the United States and France.” Journal of Rural Studies, Available online 22 August 2020. Abstract.
Linden, Sander van der, Costas Panagopoulos, Flávio Azevedo, and John T. Jost. “The Paranoid Style in American Politics Revisited: An Ideological Asymmetry in Conspiratorial Thinking.” Political Psychology, First published: 24 June 2020. Full text and here and here and here.
Lipinski, Artur. “Constructing ‘the Others’ as a Populist Communication Strategy. The Case of the ‘Refugee Crisis’ in Discourse in the Polish Press.” Populist Discourse in the Polish Media. Edited by Agnieszka Stępińska. Poznań: Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Faculty of Political Science and Journalism, 2020. 155-180. Full text.
Lipstadt, Deborah. “Holocaust Denial: An Antisemitic Fantasy.” Modern Judaism – A Journal of Jewish Ideas and Experience, Published: 7 January 2020. Abstract.
Lobinger, Katharina, Benjamin Krämer, Rebecca Venema, and Eleonora Benecchi. “Pepe – Just a Funny Frog? A Visual Meme Caught Between Innocent Humor, Far-Right Ideology, and Fandom.” Perspectives on Populism and the Media: Avenues for Research. Edited by Benjamin Krämer and Christina Holtz-Bacha. Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG, 2020. 333-352. First page.
Lockwood, Charles. “‘Action Not Words’: The Conservative Party, Public Opinion and ‘Scientific’ Politics, c.1945-70.” Twentieth Century British History 31.3 (Sept. 2020): 360-386. Abstract.
Lopes de Souza, Marcelo. “The Land of the Past? Neo-Populism, Neo-Fascism, and the Failure of the Left in Brazil.” Political Geography, Apr. 2020, p. 102186. Editorial. Full text and here and here and here.
Lorenzo-Dus, Nuria, and Lella Nouri. “The Discourse of the US Alt-Right Online – a Case Study of the Traditionalist Worker Party Blog.” Critical Discourse Studies, Published online: 9 Jan 2020. Abstract.
Lorimer, Marta. “Europe as Ideological Resource: The Case of the Rassemblement National.” Journal of European Public Policy, Published online: 27 Apr. 2020. Full text.
Lorimer, Marta. “What Do They Talk about When They Talk about Europe? Euro-Ambivalence in Far Right Ideology.” Ethnic and Racial Studies, Published online: 20 Aug. 2020. Abstract.
Lowe, David. “Far-Right Extremism: Is It Legitimate Freedom of Expression, Hate Crime, or Terrorism?” Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 20 July 2020. Abstract.
Lowe, Peta. “Youth and violent extremism.” Counterterrorism Yearbook 2020. Edited by Isaac Kfir and John Coyne. Barton ACT: Australian Strategic Policy Institute, Mar. 2020. 29-32. Full text.
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 821 (February 2020): 101-116. Abstract and references.
Maat, Henk Pander. “Identifying Populist Ideology in Political Discourse: A Two-Step Corpus Analysis.” Vox Populi: Populism as a Rhetorical and Democratic Challenge. Edited by Ingeborg van der Geest, Henrike Jansen and Bart van Klink. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2020. 44-69. Chapter abstract.
Madfis, Eric, and Stanislav Vysotsky. “Exploring Subcultural Trajectories: Racist Skinhead Disengagement, Desistance, and Countercultural Value Persistence.” Sociological Focus 53.3 (July 2020): 221-235. Abstract.
Maestu Fonseca, Enrique. “Spanish Conservatives at the Early Stages of Spanish Democracy: Reshaping the Concepts of State and Community in the Thought of Manuel Fraga.” Genealogy 4.1 (Mar. 2020), article 22. Full text and here.
Major, Mark. “Why the South Prevailed: Civil Rights, Anticommunism, and the Origins of the ‘Liberal Media.'” New Political Science 42.1 (Jan. 2020): 18-41. Abstract.
Makarychev, Andrey, and George Spencer Terry. “An Estranged ‘Marriage of Convenience’: Salvini, Putin, and the Intricacies of Italian-Russian Relations.” Contemporary Italian Politics, Published online: 5 Jan. 2020. Abstract and funding.
Malevich, Simon, and Tom Robertson. “Violence Begetting Violence: An Examination of Extremist Content on Deep Web Social Networks.” First Monday 25.3 (2 March 2020). Full text.
Malkopoulou, Anthoula. “Compulsory Voting and Right-Wing Populism: Mobilisation, Representation and Socioeconomic Inequalities.” Australian Journal of Political Science, Published online: 8 June 2020. Full text and here and here.
Mallinas, Stephanie R., Jarret T. Crawford, and Jeremy A. Frimer. “Subcomponents of Right-Wing Authoritarianism Differentially Predict Attitudes Toward Obeying Authorities.” Social Psychological and Personality Science 11.1 (Jan. 2020): 134-143. Abstract and references.
Maly, Ico. “Metapolitical New Right Influencers: The Case of Brittany Pettibone.” Social Sciences 9.7 (July 2020), art. 113. Full text.
Mamonova, Natalia, and Jaume Franquesa. “Right-Wing Populism in Rural Europe. Introduction to the Special Issue.” Sociologia Ruralis, First published: 6 May 2020. Abstract.
Man, Simeon. “Anti-Asian Violence and US Imperialism.” Race & Class, First Published August 27, 2020. Abstract and references.
Mansbach, Daniela, and Alisa Von Hagel. “Right-Wing Women’s Movements.” Companion to Women’s and Gender Studies. Edited by Nancy A. Naples. Hoboken: Wiley, 2020. 427-445.
Marcks, Holger, and Janina Pawelz. “From Myths of Victimhood to Fantasies of Violence: How Far-Right Narratives of Imperilment Work.” Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 24 July 2020. Abstract and funding.
Marcos-Marne, Hugo, Carolina Plaza-Colodro, and Kirk A. Hawkins. “Is Populism the Third Dimension? The Quest for Political Alliances in Post-Crisis Spain.” Electoral Studies 63 (Feb. 2020): 102112. Full text and here and here and here and here and here.
Marcus, Alan P. “The Dangers of the Geographical Imagination in the U.S. Eugenics Movement.” Geographical Review, Published online: 16 Sept. 2020. Abstract.
Marinov, Robert, and Daniel Stockemer. “The Spread of Anti-Islamic Sentiment: A Comparison between the United States and Western Europe.” Politics & Policy, First published: 7 May 2020. Abstract.
Marko, Karoline. “‘The Rulebook – Our Constitution’: A Study of the ‘Austrian Commonwealth’s’ Language Use and the Creation of Identity through Ideological in- and out-Group Presentation and Legitimation.” Critical Discourse Studies, Published online: 11 June 2020. An analysis of the use of language in the construction of identity in the constitution of ‘Staatenbund Österreich’ (‘Austrian Commonwealth’), an anti-state group which is a part of the sovereign citizen movement in Austria. Full text and here and here.
Martín de la Guardia, Ricardo. “Nationalist Populism: New Political Parties in Europe. Their Ideas, Governments and Support for a Less-Integrated Europe.” The EU in the 21st Century: Challenges and Opportunities for the European Integration Process. Edited by David Ramiro Troitiño, Tanel Kerikmäe, Ricardo Martín de la Guardia, and Guillermo Á. Pérez Sánchez. Cham: Springer, 2020. 29-41. Chapter abstract and references.
Masood, Ayesha, and Muhammad Azfar Nisar. “Speaking out: A Postcolonial Critique of the Academic Discourse on Far-Right Populism.” Organization 27.1 (Jan. 2020): 162-173. Abstract and references.
Mattsson, Christer, and Thomas Johansson. “The Hateful Other: Neo-Nazis in School and Teachers’ Strategies for Handling Racism.” British Journal of Sociology of Education, Published online: 20 Sept. 2020. Full text and here and here.
Mattsson, Christer, and Thomas Johansson. “Talk Is Silver and Silence Is Gold? Assessing the Impact of Public Disengagement from the Extreme Right on Deradicalization.” Journal for Deradicalization 24 (Sept. 2020): 79-112. Full text and here.
Mauk, Marlene. “Rebuilding Trust in Broken Systems? Populist Party Success and Citizens’ Trust in Democratic Institutions.” Politics and Governance 8.3 (July 2020): 45-58. Full text and here. Supplementary File.
Maxson, J. David. “‘Second Line to Bury White Supremacy’: Take ‘Em Down Nola, Monument Removal, and Residual Memory.” Quarterly Journal of Speech 106.1 (Jan. 2020): 48-71. Abstract and funding.
Mayer, Sabrina J., Carl C. Berning, and David Johann. “The Two Dimensions of Narcissistic Personality and Support for the Radical Right: The Role of Right-Wing Authoritarianism, Social Dominance Orientation and Anti-Immigrant Sentiment.” European Journal of Personality, First published: 9 January 2020. Full text and here and here and here.
Mazzoleni, Oscar, and Gilles Ivaldi. “Economic Populist Sovereignism and Electoral Support for Radical Right-Wing Populism.” Political Studies, First Published September 23, 2020. Focusing on the Rassemblement National in France and the Swiss People’s Party. 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 5.1 (Jan. 2020): 179-195. Full text and here and here.
McDonnell, Duncan, and Stefano Ondelli. “The Language of Right-Wing Populist Leaders: Not So Simple.” Perspectives on Politics, Published online: 28 August 2020. An investigation of the linguistic simplicity of four right-wing populists compared to their principal opponents in the United States, France, United Kingdom, and Italy, through an analysis of leaders’ speeches. Abstract, Footnotes, and References. Appendix A. Appendix B.
McGlashan, Mark. “Collective Identity and Discourse Practice in the Followership of the Football Lads Alliance on Twitter.” Discourse & Society 31.3 (May 2020): 307-328. Full text.
McKee, Martin, Alexi Gugushvili, Jonathan Koltai, and David Stuckler. “Are Populist Leaders Creating the Conditions for the Spread of COVID-19? Comment on ‘A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and Its Implications for Population Health in Europe.'” International Journal of Health Policy and Management, Available Online from 14 July 2020. Full text.
McSwiney, Jordan. “Social Networks and Digital Organisation: Far Right Parties at the 2019 Australian Federal Election.” Information, Communication & Society, Published online: 29 Apr. 2020. Abstract and funding.
Meese, James, Jordan Frith, and Rowan Wilken. “COVID-19, 5G Conspiracies and Infrastructural Futures.” Media International Australia, First Published August 27, 2020. Examining the emergence of conspiracy theories linking COVID-19 with 5G, with a focus on Australia, the United States, and the United Kingdom. Abstract and references.
Meier, Anna A. “The Idea of Terror: Institutional Reproduction in Government Responses to Political Violence.” International Studies Quarterly 64.3 (Sept. 2020): 499-509. Abstract.
Meijers, Maurits J., and Andrej Zaslove. “Measuring Populism in Political Parties: Appraisal of a New Approach.” Comparative Political Studies, First Published July 5, 2020. Full text and here and here and here.
Melito, Francesco. “Finding the Roots of Neo-Traditionalist Populism in Poland: ‘Cultural Displacement’ and European Integration.” New Perspectives, First Published September 9, 2020. Full text and here.
Mendes, Mariana S., and James Dennison. “Explaining the Emergence of the Radical Right in Spain and Portugal: Salience, Stigma and Supply.” West European Politics, Published online: 19 June 2020. Abstract and funding.
Menzie, Lauren. “Stacys, Beckys, and Chads: The Construction of Femininity and Hegemonic Masculinity within Incel Rhetoric.” Psychology & Sexuality, Accepted author version posted online: 6 Aug 2020. Abstract.
Merkley, Eric. “Anti-Intellectualism, Populism, and Motivated Resistance to Expert Consensus.” Public Opinion Quarterly, Published: 26 February 2020. Providing evidence of a strong association between anti-intellectualism and opposition to scientific positions on climate change, nuclear power, GMOs, and water fluoridation. Abstract.
Miao, Ying. “Can China Be Populist? Grassroot Populist Narratives in the Chinese Cyberspace.” Contemporary Politics, Published online: 14 Feb. 2020. Abstract.
Michel, Elie, Diego Garzia, Frederico Ferreira da Silva, and Andrea De Angelis. “Leader Effects and Voting for the Populist Radical Right in Western Europe.” Swiss Political Science Review, First published: 23 July 2020. Abstract. Supplementary Material.
Miller, Jennifer M. “Neoconservatives and Neo-Confucians: East Asian Growth and the Celebration of Tradition.” Modern Intellectual History, Published online: 4 September 2020. Abstract and references.
Miller, Joanne M. “Do COVID-19 Conspiracy Theory Beliefs Form a Monological Belief System?” Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue Canadienne de Science Politique, Published online: 21 May 2020. Full text.
Miller, Michael K. “The Strategic Origins of Electoral Authoritarianism.” British Journal of Political Science 50.1 (Jan. 2020): 17-44. Abstract and references.
Mills, Colleen E., Margaret Schmuhl, and Joel A. Capellan. “Far-Right Violence as Backlash against Gender Equality: A County-Level Analysis of Structural and Ideological Gender Inequality and Homicides Committed by Far-Right Extremists.” Journal of Crime and Justice, Published online: 22 Mar. 2020. Using data on homicides committed by far-right extremists from the United States Extremist Crime Database (ECDB) to assess far-right violence as an outcome of gender inequality. Abstract.
Mişcoiu, Sergiu. “Back on Track: The French Far Right’s (Narrow) Win in the 2019 European Elections.” 2019 European Elections: The EU Party Democracy and the Challenge of National Populism. Edited by Radu Carp and Cristina Matiuţa. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2020. Chapter abstract.
Mitchell, Mary Niall. “‘We Always Knew It Was Possible.'” City, Published online: 14 July 2020. Examining the removal of the statues of General Robert E. Lee, General P. G. T. Beauregard, and Jefferson Davis in New Orleans as an illustration of a highly racialized strain of urban fallism. Full text and here and here.
Moise, Alexandru D. “Researching the Welfare Impact of Populist Radical Right Parties. Comment on ‘A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe.'” International Journal of Health Policy and Management, ePublished: 18 July 2020. Full text.
Mondon, Aurélien, and Aaron Winter. “Racist movements, the far right and mainstreaming.” Routledge International Handbook of Contemporary Racisms. Edited by John Solomos. London and New York: Routledge, 2020. 147-159. Chapter abstract.
Monserrati, Michele. “Fascist Samurais: The Japanese Race in the Italian Imaginary during the Second World War and Beyond.” Modern Italy 25.1 (Feb. 2020): 63-77. Full text.
Moore, Robyn. “Whiteness=politeness: Interest-Convergence in Australian History Textbooks, 1950-2010.” Critical Discourse Studies 17.1 (Jan. 2020): 111-129. Abstract, funding, and references.
Morais de Sá e Silva, Michelle. “Once Upon a Time, a Human Rights Ally: The State and Its Bureaucracy in Right-Wing Populist Brazil.” Human Rights Quarterly 42.3 (Aug. 2020): 646-666. Abstract and first page.
Motta, Matt, Dominik Stecula, and Christina Farhart. “How Right-Leaning Media Coverage of COVID-19 Facilitated the Spread of Misinformation in the Early Stages of the Pandemic in the U.S.” Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue Canadienne de Science Politique, Published online: 1 May 2020. Full text.
Muis, Jasper. “Who Deserves Welfare and Who Does Not? Comment on ‘A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and Its Implications for Population Health in Europe.'” International Journal of Health Policy and Management, Available Online from 13 September 2020. Full text.
Mustamo, Aila. “The Crisis of the Welfare State and the Politics of the Past in Black Metal and Folk Metal Subcultures.” YOUNG 28.1 (February 2020): 69-84. In part, on connections between the metal cultures, criticism of the welfare models, and rising far-right ideologies. Abstract and references.
Mwakasege-Minaya, Richard M. “Cold War Bedfellows: Cuban Exiles, US Conservatives, and Media Activism in the 1960s and 1970s.” Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, Published online: 22 Sept. 2020. Abstract.
Nagy, Zsofia. “The Discursive Construction of Crisis: Hungary’s Spiral to Populism.” Communication, Culture and Critique, Published: 9 March 2020. Abstract.
Najib, Kawtar. “Spaces of Islamophobia and Spaces of Inequality in Greater Paris.” Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space, First Published July 9, 2020. A cartographic analysis of Islamophobia in Paris and its association with the spatial distribution of different socioeconomic and demographic variables. Full text and here.
Nanuashvili, Ucha. “Far-Right Radicalisation and Russian Soft Power.” New Eastern Europe 42.4 (2020): 38-42. Abstract.
Newman, Benjamin, Jennifer L. Merolla, Sono Shah, Danielle Casarez Lemi, Loren Collingwood, and S. Karthick Ramakrishnan. “The Trump Effect: An Experimental Investigation of the Emboldening Effect of Racially Inflammatory Elite Communication.” British Journal of Political Science, Published online: 17 February 2020. Full text and here and here.
Nilsson, Artur, Henry Montgomery, Girts Dimdins, Maria Sandgren, Arvid Erlandsson, and Adrian Taleny. “Beyond ‘Liberals’ and ‘Conservatives’: Complexity in Ideology, Moral Intuitions, and Worldview Among Swedish Voters.” European Journal of Personality, First published:26 March 2020. Full text and here and here and here.
Nilsson, Per-Erik. “‘Shame on the Church of Sweden’: Radical Nationalism and the Appropriation of Christianity in Contemporary Sweden.” Critical Research on Religion, First Published January 14, 2020. On the Sweden Democrats (SD), the Swedish populist radical nationalist party. Abstract and references.
Nobre, Marcos. “The Global Uprising of Populist Conservatism and the Case of Brazil.” Ideologies in World Politics. Klaus-Gerd Giesen, Editor. Wiesbaden: Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH Springer VS, 2020. 157-178. Abstract and here and here.
Nortio, Emma, Miira Niska, Tuuli Anna Renvik, and Inga Jasinskaja-Lahti. “‘The Nightmare of Multiculturalism’: Interpreting and Deploying Anti-Immigration Rhetoric in Social Media.” New Media & Society, First Published January 23, 2020. Abstract and references and here.
Noury, Abdul, and Gerard Roland. “Identity Politics and Populism in Europe.” Annual Review of Political Science 23 (May 2020). Full text.
O’Donnell, S. Jonathon. “Antisemitism under Erasure: Christian Zionist Anti-Globalism and the Refusal of Cohabitation.” Ethnic and Racial Studies, Published online: 23 Jan. 2020. Abstract and funding.
O’Donnell, S. Jonathon. “The Deliverance of the Administrative State: Deep State Conspiracism, Charismatic Demonology, and the Post-Truth Politics of American Christian Nationalism.” Religion, Published online: 10 Sept. 2020. Abstract and funding.
Omar, Abdulfattah, Wafya Ibrahim Hamouda, and Mohammed Aldawsari. “A Discourse-Historical Approach to Populism in the Right-Wing Discourse on Immigration.” International Journal of English Linguistics 10.3 (2020): 151-158. Full text.
Önis, Ziya, and Mustafa Kutlay. “The Global Political Economy of Right-Wing Populism: Deconstructing the Paradox.” The International Spectator, Published online: 18 Mar. 2020. Abstract.
Orsini, Alessandro. “What Everybody Should Know about Radicalization and the DRIA Model.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Published online: 20 Mar. 2020. Abstract and notes.
Otjes, Simon. “Between ‘Eradicate All False Religion’ and ‘Love the Stranger as Yourself’: How Immigration Attitudes Divide Voters of Religious Parties.” Politics and Religion, Published online: 11 February 2020. Full text and here and here and here.
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Özdamar, Özgür, and Erdem Ceydilek. “European Populist Radical Right Leaders’ Foreign Policy Beliefs: An Operational Code Analysis.” European Journal of International Relations 26.1 (March 2020): 137-162. Full text.
Özerim, Mehmet Gökay, and Juliette Tolay. “Discussing the Populist Features of Anti-Refugee Discourses on Social Media: An Anti-Syrian Hashtag in Turkish Twitter.” Journal of Refugee Studies, Published: 14 May 2020. Abstract.
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Payne, Leigh A., and Andreza Aruska de Souza Santos. “The Right-Wing Backlash in Brazil and Beyond.” Politics & Gender 16.1 (Mar. 2020): E6. Full text.
Pearson, Elizabeth. “Gendered Reflections? Extremism in the UK’s Radical Right and al-Muhajiroun Networks.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Published online: 25 May 2020. A gendered analysis of two extreme movements: a network linked to the U.K.’s banned Islamist group al-Muhajiroun; and activists for the English Defence League, Britain First and other anti-Islam(ist) groups. Full text and here and here.
Pérez Curiel, Concha. “Trend towards extreme right-wing populism on Twitter. An analysis of the influence on leaders, media and users.” Communication & Society 33.2 (2020): 175-192. Full text and here and here.
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Peterie, Michelle, and David Neil. “Xenophobia towards Asylum Seekers: A Survey of Social Theories.” Journal of Sociology 56.1 (March 2020): 23-35. Full text.
Peters, B. Guy, and Jon Pierre. “A Typology of Populism: Understanding the Different Forms of Populism and Their Implications.” Democratization, Published online: 7 May 2020. Abstract.
Peters, Michael A. “‘The Fascism in Our Heads’: Reich, Fromm, Foucault, Deleuze and Guattari – the Social Pathology of Fascism in the 21st Century.” Educational Philosophy and Theory, Published online: 23 Feb. 2020. Full text and here and here.
Peters, Michael A. “Trump’s Nationalism, ‘the End of Globalism’, and ‘the Age of Patriotism’: ‘The Future Does Not Belong to Globalists. The Future Belongs to Patriots.'” Educational Philosophy and Theory 52.13 (Nov. 2020): 1341-1346. Full text and here and here.
Pettinger, Tom. “British Terrorism Preemption: Subjectivity and Disjuncture in Channel ‘de-Radicalization’ Interventions.” The British Journal of Sociology, First published:14 April 2020. Full text and here and here.
Piacentini, Arianna. “Save the People! Elite-People Relations and the Surge of Nationalism and Right-Wing Populism Across Europe.” European Yearbook of Minority Issues Online 17.1 (Feb. 2020): 1-22
Pianta, Mario. “Italy’s Political Upheaval and the Consequences of Inequality.” Intereconomics 55.1 (2020): 13-17. This article is part of The Rise of Populism: Case Studies, Determinants and Policy Implications. Full text and here.
Pineda, Antonio, and Bianca Sánchez-Gutiérrez. “‘A Narrative of Impending Tyranny’: Ideological Extremism and Internet Use in the Tea Party Movement.” Handbook of Research on Transmedia Storytelling, Audience Engagement, and Business Strategies. Víctor Hernández-Santaolalla and Mónica Barrientos-Bueno, Editors. Hershey, PA: Business Science Reference, 2020. 255-271. Abstract and chapter preview.
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Plenta, Peter. “Conspiracy Theories as a Political Instrument: Utilization of Anti-Soros Narratives in Central Europe.” Contemporary Politics, Published online: 17 June 2020. On anti-Soros conspiracy theories as they have been employed by two populist leaders, Viktor Orbán in Hungary and Róbert Fico in Slovakia. Abstract.
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Poole, Elizabeth, Eva Haifa Giraud, and Ed de Quincey. “Tactical Interventions in Online Hate Speech: The Case of #stopIslam.” New Media & Society, First Published March 3, 2020. Abstract and references.
Puschmann, Cornelius, Julian Ausserhofer, and Josef Šlerka. “Converging on a Nativist Core? Comparing Issues on the Facebook Pages of the Pegida Movement and the Alternative for Germany.” European Journal of Communication, First Published May 6, 2020. Abstract and references.
Pytlas, Bartek. “Hijacking Europe: Counter-European Strategies and Radical Right Mainstreaming during the Humanitarian Crisis Debate 2015-16.” JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies, First published: 18 August 2020. Full text and here and here.
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Ralph-Morrow, Elizabeth. “The Right Men: How Masculinity Explains the Radical Right Gender Gap.” Political Studies, First Published July 22, 2020. Abstract and references.
Ralston, Robert, Matthew Motta, and Jennifer Spindel. “When OK Is Not OK: Public Concern About White Nationalism in the U.S. Military.” Armed Forces & Society, First Published April 21, 2020. Full text.
Rama, José, and Andrés Santana. “In the Name of the People: Left Populists versus Right Populists.” European Politics and Society 21.1 (Jan. 2020): 17-35. Abstract and references.
Ramos, Jennifer M., and Priscilla Torres. “The Right Transmission: Understanding Global Diffusion of the Far-Right.” Populism 3.1 (Feb. 2020): 87-120. Abstract.
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Rathgeb, Philip. “Makers against Takers: The Socio-Economic Ideology and Policy of the Austrian Freedom Party.” West European Politics, Published online: 18 Feb. 2020. Abstract, funding, notes, and primary sources.
Rauchfleisch, Adrian, and Jonas Kaiser. “The German Far-Right on YouTube: An Analysis of User Overlap and User Comments.” Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, Published online: 20 Aug. 2020. Abstract and funding.
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Regehr, Kaitlyn. “In(Cel)Doctrination: How Technologically Facilitated Misogyny Moves Violence off Screens and on to Streets.” New Media & Society, First Published October 1, 2020. Abstract and references.
Reid, Shannon E., Matthew Valasik, and Arunkumar Bagavathi. “Examining the Physical Manifestation of Alt-Right Gangs: From Online Trolling to Street Fighting.” Gangs in the Era of Internet and Social Media. Edited by Chris Melde and Frank Weerman. Cham: Springer, 2020. 105-134. Chapter abstract and bibliography.
Reingold, Beth, Rebecca J. Kreitzer, Tracy Osborn, and Michele L. Swers. “Anti-Abortion Policymaking and Women’s Representation.” Political Research Quarterly, Article first published online: March 4, 2020. An analysis of the sponsorship of anti-abortion bills in twenty-one state houses, from 1997 to 2012. Abstract and references.
Reinl, Ann-Kathrin, and Constantin Schäfer. “How the 2017 Federal Election in Germany Affected Satisfaction with Democracy among AfD Voters.” German Politics, Published online: 18 Mar. 2020. Abstract. Supplemental material.
Rettberg, Kayley. “Socioeconomic Declinism and Right-Wing Populist Support.” Res Publica – Journal of Undergraduate Research (Illinois Wesleyan University) 25.1 (2020), art. 17. Full text.
Reyes, Antonio. “I, Trump: The Cult of Personality, Anti-Intellectualism and the Post-Truth Era.” Journal of Language and Politics, Available online: 4 May 2020. Abstract and references.
Rezaei, Shahamak, and Marco Goli. “The ‘housebroken’ far-right parties and the showdown in Danish migration and integration policies.” Relations between Immigration and Integration Policies in Europe: Challenges, Opportunities and Perspectives in Selected EU Member States. Edited by Maciej Duszczyk, Marta Pachocka and Dominika Pszczólkowska. London and New York: Routledge, 2020. 106-124. Full text.
Ribera Payá, Pablo, and José Ignacio Díaz Martínez. “The End of the Spanish Exception: The Far Right in the Spanish Parliament.” European Politics and Society, Published online: 16 July 2020. Abstract and funding.
Riccardi-Swartz, Sarah. “Fieldwork and Fallout with the Far-Right.” Reflections – American Ethnologist, June 18, 2020. Full text.
Riccò, Giulia. “Teaching It Can’t Happen Here in the Trump Era: How to Rewrite Fascism.” Radical History Review 138 (Oct. 2020): 171-178. On Sinclair Lewis’s dystopian 1935 novel It Can’t Happen Here. Abstract.
Richards, Imogen. “Australian Measures to Counter Violent Extremism Online: A Comparative Perspective on Far-Right and Jihadist Content.” Propaganda und Prävention: Forschungsergebnisse, didaktische Ansätze, interdisziplinäre Perspektiven zur pädagogischen Arbeit zu extremistischer Internetpropaganda. Edited by Josephine B. Schmitt, Julian Ernst, Diana Rieger, and Hans-Joachim Roth. Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 2020. 619-627. Abstract and references.
Richards, Imogen, and Mark Wood. “Legal and Security Frameworks for Responding to Online Violent Extremism: A Comparison of Far-right and Jihadist Contexts .” The Handbook of Collective Violence: Current Developments and Understanding. Edited by Carol A. Ireland, Michael Lewis, Anthony C. Lopez, and Jane L. Ireland. London and New York: Routledge, 2020. 112-124. Full text.
Richardson-Little, Ned, and Samuel Merrill. “Who Is the Volk? PEGIDA and the Contested Memory of 1989 on Social Media.” Social Movements, Cultural Memory and Digital Media: Mobilising Mediated Remembrance. Edited by Samuel Merrill, Emily Keightley, and Priska Daphi. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020. 59-84. Chapter abstract.
Richmond, Matthew Aaron. “Narratives of Crisis in the Periphery of São Paulo: Place and Political Articulation during Brazil’s Rightward Turn.” Journal of Latin American Studies, Published online: 18 February 2020. Abstract and references.
Rinaldi, Chiara, and Marleen P.M. Bekker. “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe.” International Journal of Health Policy and Management, Available Online 8 April 2020. Full text. Supplementary File 1.
Rizki, Cole. “‘No State Apparatus Goes to Bed Genocidal Then Wakes Up Democratic’: Fascist Ideology and Transgender Politics in Post-Dictatorship Argentina.” Radical History Review 138 (Oct. 2020): 82-107. Abstract.
Roccato, Michele, Nicoletta Cavazza, Pasquale Colloca, and Silvia Russo. “Three Roads to Populism? An Italian Field Study on the 2019 European Election.” Social Science Quarterly 101.4 (July 2020): 1222-1235. On two populist parties, the Five Star Movement (FSM) and the League, in the 2019 European election. Abstract.
Roch, Juan. “Friends or Foes? Europe and ‘the People’ in the Representations of Populist Parties.” Politics, First Published August 17, 2020. Analyzing manifestos and party leadership speeches between 2013 and 2017 of Podemos in Spain, a left-wing populist party, and the Alternative für Deutschland in Germany, a right-wing populist party. Abstract and references.
Röchert, Daniel, Muriel Weitzel, and Björn Ross. “The Homogeneity of Right-Wing Populist and Radical Content in YouTube Recommendations.” SMSociety’20: International Conference on Social Media and Society, Association for Computing Machinery, 2020. 245-254. Abstract and references.
Rodriguez, Jason. “Freedom of Speech or Freedom to Silence?: How Color-Evasive Racism Protects the Intimidation Tactics of American Extreme Rightwing Organizations.” Race Ethnicity and Education, Published online: 22 July 2020. Abstract.
Rogenhofer, Julius Maximilian, and Ayala Panievsky. “Antidemocratic Populism in Power: Comparing Erdogan’s Turkey with Modi’s India and Netanyahu’s Israel.” Democratization, Published online: 16 July 2020. Full text and here and here.
Rogers, Samuel. “Hungarian Authoritarian Populism: A Neo-Gramscian Perspective.” East European Politics 36.1 (Jan. 2020): 107-123. Abstract and references.
Rojon, Sebastien, and Arieke J. Rijken. “Are Radical Right and Radical Left Voters Direct Democrats? Explaining Differences in Referendum Support between Radical and Moderate Voters in Europe.” European Societies, Published online: 8 Oct. 2020. Full text and here and here.
Ross, Andrew S., and Aditi Bhatia. “‘Ruled Britannia’: Metaphorical Construction of the EU as Enemy in UKIP Campaign Posters.” The International Journal of Press/Politics, First Published July 1, 2020. Full text and here.
Rossoliński-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 34.1 (Feb. 2020): 221-240. Abstract.
Rothermel, Ann-Kathrin. “Global-Local Dynamics in Anti-Feminist Discourses: An Analysis of Indian, Russian and US Online Communities.” International Affairs 96.5 (July 2020): 1-19. Abstract.
Rotman, Jeff D., T. J. Weber, and Andrew W. Perkins. “Addressing Global Warming Denialism: The Efficacy of Mechanism-Based Explanations in Changing Global Warming Beliefs.” Public Opinion Quarterly, Published: 20 June 2020. Abstract.
Roupakias, Stelios, and Michael Chletsos. “Immigration and Far-Right Voting: Evidence from Greece.” The Annals of Regional Science, Published: 29 April 2020. Abstract and notes.
Rousseau, Stéphanie. “Antigender Activism in Peru and Its Impact on State Policy.” Politics & Gender 16.1 (Mar. 2020): 25-32. Full text.
Rovny, Jan, and Jonathan Polk. “Still Blurry? Economic Salience, Position and Voting for Radical Right Parties in Western Europe.” European Journal of Political Research 59.2 (May 2020): 248-268. Abstract. Appendix (figures and tables, including Table 2: Radical Right Parties in CHES data).
Rueda, Daniel. “Nationalpopulism, Right and Left: The Social-National Synthesis Today.” disClosure: A Journal of Social Theory 29 (July 2020), art. 8. Full text.
Russell, Jesse. “The Catholic Neoconservatives at War: The Battle for Control of Catholic Just War Teaching in America.” Politics, Religion & Ideology, Published online: 20 Aug. 2020. Abstract.
Russell, Jesse. “‘Whig Thomism’ and the Making of the Catholic Neoconservative Movement.” Politics and Religion, Published online: 19 May 2020. Abstract and references.
Ruzza, Carlo. “The Populist Radical Right and Its Discursive Impact on EU-Level Civil Society.” European Politics and Society, Published online: 6 Aug. 2020. Abstract.
Ryan, Timothy, and Amanda Aziz. “Is the Political Right More Credulous?: Experimental Evidence Against Asymmetric Motivations to Believe False Political Information.” The Journal of Politics, Accepted: May 19, 2020. First page. Replication Data.
Rydgren, Jens, and Maria Tyrberg. “Contextual Explanations of Radical Right-Wing Party Support in Sweden: A Multilevel Analysis.” European Societies, Published online: 16 July 2020. Full text and here and here.
Saad-Filho, Alfredo, and Marco Boffo. “The Corruption of Democracy: Corruption Scandals, Class Alliances, and Political Authoritarianism in Brazil.” Geoforum, Available online 27 February 2020. Abstract.
Sanahuja, José Antonio, and Camilo López Burian. “The New Latin American Neo-Patriotic Far-Right: Reactionary Internationalism and its Challenge to the International Liberal Order.” Conjuntura Austral 11.55 (July/Sept. 2020): 22-34. Full text and here and here.
Santamarina, Ana. “The Spatial Politics of Far-Right Populism: VOX, Anti-Fascism and Neighbourhood Solidarity in Madrid City.” Critical Sociology, First Published October 2, 2020. Full text and here and here.
Santana, Andrés, Piotr Zagórski, and José Rama. “At Odds with Europe: Explaining Populist Radical Right Voting in Central and Eastern Europe.” East European Politics, Published online: 4 Mar. 2020. Full text.
Saridakis, Ioannis E., and Effie Mouka. “A Corpus Study of Outgrouping in Greek Radical Right Computer-Mediated Discourses.” Journal of Language Aggression and Conflict, Published online: 4 August 2020. Full text.
Schaub, Max, Johanna Gereke, and Delia Baldassarri. “Strangers in Hostile Lands: Exposure to Refugees and Right-Wing Support in Germany’s Eastern Regions.” Comparative Political Studies, First Published September 13, 2020. Full text and here.
Scheiring, Gábor, and Kristóf Szombati. “From Neoliberal Disembedding to Authoritarian Re-Embedding: The Making of Illiberal Hegemony in Hungary.” International Sociology, First Published August 18, 2020. Abstract and references.
Schertzer, Robert, and Eric Taylor Woods. “#Nationalism: The Ethno-Nationalist Populism of Donald Trump’s Twitter Communication.” Ethnic and Racial Studies, Published online: 27 Jan. 2020. Abstract and funding.
Schneiker, Andrea. “Populist Leadership: The Superhero Donald Trump as Savior in Times of Crisis.” Political Studies, First Published May 11, 2020. Abstract and references.
Schroeder, Ralph. “Even in Sweden?: Misinformation and Elections in the New Media Landscape.” Nordic Journal of Media Studies 2.1 (June 2020): 97-108. Focusing on the role of dis- or misinformation, bots, and alternative news websites in the Swedish national election of 2018 and how they supported the Sweden Democrats and their anti-immigrant agenda. Full text and here and here.
Schwanholz, Julia, Marcel Lewandowsky, Christoph Leonhardt, and Andreas Blätte. “The Upsurge of Right-Wing Populism in Germany.” Legislative Decline in the 21st Century: A Comparative Perspective. Edited by Irina Khmelko, Frederick Stapenhurst, Michael L. Mezey. New York: Routledge, 2020. 184-197. Chapter abstract.
Schwartz, Cassilde, Miranda Simon, David Hudson, and Jennifer van-Heerde-Hudson. “A Populist Paradox? How Brexit Softened Anti-Immigrant Attitudes.” British Journal of Political Science, Published online: 4 May 2020. Full text and here.
Schwörer, Jakob, and Belén Fernández-García. “Demonisation of Political Discourses? How Mainstream Parties Talk about the Populist Radical Right.” West European Politics, Published online: 2 Sept. 2020. Abstract.
Schwörer, Jakob, and Belén Fernández-García. “Religion on the Rise Again? A Longitudinal Analysis of Religious Dimensions in Election Manifestos of Western European Parties.” Party Politics, First Published July 1, 2020. Abstract and references.
Schwörer, Jakob, and Xavier Romero-Vidal. “Radical Right Populism and Religion: Mapping Parties’ Religious Communication in Western Europe.” Religion, State and Society 48.1 (Jan. 2020): 4-21. Abstract, funding, and references. Supplementary material.
Scrivens, Ryan. “Exploring Radical Right-Wing Posting Behaviors Online.” Deviant Behavior, Published online: 26 Apr. 2020. Developing and describing three radical posting behaviors (high-intensity, high-frequency, and high-duration) found on a sub-forum of Stormfront, the most conspicuous right-wing extremist forum. Abstract.
Scrivens, Ryan, and Maura Conway. “The Roles of ‘Old’ and ‘New’ Media Tools and Technologies in the Facilitation of Violent Extremism and Terrorism.” In Rutger Leukfeldt and Thomas J. Holt (Eds.), The Human Factor of Cybercrime. New York: Routledge, 2020. 286-309. Focusing on the media and communication strategies of right-wing extremists and violent jihadis. Full text and here.
Scrivens, Ryan, George W. Burruss, Thomas J. Holt, Steven M. Chermak, Joshua D. Freilich, and Richard Frank. “Triggered by Defeat or Victory? Assessing the Impact of Presidential Election Results on Extreme Right-Wing Mobilization Online.” Deviant Behavior, Published online: 12 Aug. 2020. Full text.
Scrivens, Ryan, Garth Davies, and Richard Frank. “Measuring the Evolution of Radical Right-Wing Posting Behaviors Online.” Deviant Behavior 41.2 (Feb. 2020): 216-232. Abstract.
Scrivens, Ryan, Paul Gill, and Maura Conway. “The Role of the Internet in Facilitating Violent Extremism and Terrorism: Suggestions for Progressing Research.” The Palgrave Handbook of International Cybercrime and Cyberdeviance. Thomas J. Holt and Adam M. Bossler (Eds.). Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020. 1417-1435. Chapter abstract and references.
Scrivens, Ryan, Steven Windisch, and Pete Simi. “Former Extremists in Radicalization and Counter-Radicalization Research.” Radicalization and Counter-Radicalization, edited by Derek M.D. Silva and Mathieu Deflem/ Sociology of Crime, Law and Deviance, vol. 25. Bingley: Emerald Publishing Limited, 2020. 209-224. Abstract.
Segarra, Paulina, and Ajnesh Prasad. “Colonization, Migration, and Right-Wing Extremism: The Constitution of Embodied Life of a Dispossessed Undocumented Immigrant Woman.” Organization 27.1 (Jan. 2020): 174-187. Abstract and references.
Sengul, Kurt. “Never Let a Good Crisis Go to Waste: Pauline Hanson’s Exploitation of COVID-19 on Facebook.” Media International Australia, First Published August 29, 2020. Abstract and references and here.
Sengul, Kurt. “‘Swamped’: The Populist Construction of Fear, Crisis and Dangerous Others in Pauline Hanson’s Senate Speeches.” Communication Research and Practice 6.1 (Jan. 2020): 20-37. Full text.
Shames, Shauna, Malliga Och, and Rosalyn Cooperman. “Sell-Outs or Warriors for Change? A Comparative Look at Rightist, Political Women in Democracies.” Journal of Women, Politics & Policy, Published online: 13 Feb. 2020. Full text and here and here.
Sharples, Rachel, and Kathleen Blair. “Claiming ‘Anti-White Racism’ in Australia: Victimhood, Identity, and Privilege.” Journal of Sociology, First Published June 30, 2020. Abstract and references.
Shlapentokh, Dmitry. “Putin as Renaissance Ruler.” Acta Via Serica 5.1 (June 2020): 23-56. Full text.
Shor, Fran. “The Long Life of US Institutionalized White Supremacist Terror.” Critical Sociology 46.1 (January 2020): 5-18. Abstract and references.
Siegers, Pascal, and Alexander Jedinger. “Religious Immunity to Populism: Christian Religiosity and Public Support for the Alternative for Germany.” German Politics, Published online: 31 Jan. 2020. Abstract.
Silva, Jason R., Celinet Duran, Joshua D. Freilich, and Steven M. Chermak. “Addressing the Myths of Terrorism in America.” International Criminal Justice Review 30.3 (Sept. 2020): 302-324. Abstract and references.
Simonsen, Kjetil Braut. “Antisemitism on the Norwegian Far-Right, 1967-2018.” Scandinavian Journal of History, Published online: 24 May 2020. Abstract.
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 59.1 (February 2020): 114-136. Full text and here and here and here.
Simpson, Patricia Anne. “Gendered Identities and German Islamophobias.” Journal of Contemporary European Studies 28.1 (Jan. 2020): 57-69. Abstract and references.
Sinclair, Alyssa H., Matthew L. Stanley, and Paul Seli. “Closed-Minded Cognition: Right-Wing Authoritarianism Is Negatively Related to Belief Updating Following Prediction Error.” Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, Published: 27 July 2020. Full text and here.
Sipinen, Josefina, Peter Söderlund, and Maria Bäck. “The Relevance of Contextual Generalised Trust in Explaining Individual Immigration Sentiments.” European Societies, Published online: 14 May 2020. Abstract. Supplemental material and here.
Skladanowski, Marcin, and Lukasz Borzecki. “Radical Russianness: The Religious and Historiosophic Context of Aleksandr Dugin’s Anti-Occidentalism.” Journal for the Study of Radicalism 14.2 (Fall 2020): 65-93. Excerpt and first page.
Smith, David, David Deacon, and John Downey. “Inside out: The UK Press, Brexit and Strategic Populist Ventriloquism.” European Journal of Communication, First Published August 24, 2020. Full text and here.
Smith, Evan. “Keeping the Nazi Menace Out: George Lincoln Rockwell and the Border Control System in Australia and Britain in the Early 1960s.” Social Sciences 9.9 (Sept. 2020), art. 158. Full text and here.
Sniečkutė, Marija. “Values in Populism and Argumentative Counter-Strategies: The Case of Viktor Orbán.” Vox Populi: Populism as a Rhetorical and Democratic Challenge. Edited by Ingeborg van der Geest, Henrike Jansen and Bart van Klink. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2020. 219-235. Chapter abstract.
Sorce, Giuliana. “Journalist-Activist Boundary Work in Populist Times: The #NazisRaus Debate in German Media.” Journalism Practice, Published online: 13 May 2020. Abstract.
Speakman, Burton, and Marcus Funk. “News, Nationalism, and Hegemony: The Formation of Consistent Issue Framing throughout the U.S. Political Right.” Mass Communication and Society, Accepted author version posted online: 5 May 2020. Full text and here.
“Special Section: Anthropology of White Supremacy”: American Anthropologist 122.1 (March 2020). Contents: Introduction. Toward an Anthropology of White Supremacy, by Aisha Beliso-De Jesús and Jemima Pierre, 65-75, full text — On the Persistence of White Supremacy: Indigenous Migrant Experience and the Structures of Settler Capitalism, by Shannon Speed, 76-85, full text — The Racial Vernaculars of Development: A View from West Africa, by Jemima Pierre, 86-98, full text — Anthropology and the Riddle of White Supremacy, by Junaid Rana, 99-111, full text — Nothing Sells like Whiteness: Race, Ontology, and American Advertising, by Shalini Shankar, 112-119, full text — Raciontologies: Rethinking Anthropological Accounts of Institutional Racism and Enactments of White Supremacy in the United States, by Jonathan Rosa and Vanessa Díaz, 120-132, full text — The Making of Richard Zuley: The Ignored Linkages between the US Criminal Justice System and the International Security State, by Laurence Ralph, 133-142, full text — The Jungle Academy: Molding White Supremacy in American Police Recruits, by Aisha Beliso-De Jesús, 143-156, full text — The Resurgent Far Right and the Black Feminist Struggle for Social Democracy in Brazil, by Keisha-Khan Perry, 157-162, full text.
Speed, Ewen, and Russell Mannion. “Populism and Health Policy: Three International Case Studies of Right-Wing Populist Policy Frames.” Sociology of Health & Illness, First published: 11 August 2020. Full text and here.
Spierings, Niels. “Homonationalism and Voting for the Populist Radical Right: Addressing Unanswered Questions by Zooming in on the Dutch Case.” International Journal of Public Opinion Research, Published: 24 March 2020. Full text and here and here.
Spoon, Jae-Jae, and Heike Klüver. “Responding to Far Right Challengers: Does Accommodation Pay Off?” Journal of European Public Policy 27.2 (Feb. 2020): 273-291. Abstract.
St Louis, Brett. “Post-Millennial Local Whiteness: Racialism, White Dis/Advantage and the Denial of Racism.” Ethnic and Racial Studies, Published online: 23 July 2020. Abstract.
Staetsky, L. Daniel. “The Left, the Right, Christians, Muslims and Detractors of Israel: Who Is Antisemitic in Great Britain in the Early 21st Century?” Contemporary Jewry, Published: 29 September 2020. Abstract, notes, and references.
Staudenmaier, Michael. “‘America’s Scapegoats’: Ideas of Fascism in the Construction of the US Latina/o/x Left, 1973-83.” Radical History Review 138 (Oct. 2020): 39-59. Abstract.
Steinmetz-Jenkins, Daniel. “The Neoconservative Moment in France: Raymond Aron, the United States, and the 1970s.” The Tocqueville Review 41.1 (April 2020): 183-204. Abstract.
Stephens, Monica. “A Geospatial Infodemic: Mapping Twitter Conspiracy Theories of COVID-19.” Dialogues in Human Geography, First Published June 23, 2020. Abstract.
Stewart, Blake. “The Rise of Far-Right Civilizationism.” Critical Sociology, First Published January 23, 2020. On the reactionary worldview of far-right civilizationism as an alternative elite grand strategy for world order. Abstract and references and here.
Stier, Sebastian, Nora Kirkizh, Caterina Froio, and Ralph Schroeder. “Populist Attitudes and Selective Exposure to Online News: A Cross-Country Analysis Combining Web Tracking and Surveys.” The International Journal of Press/Politics, First Published March 4, 2020. Full text.
Stockemer, Daniel, and Abdelkarim Amengay. “The 2019 Elections to the European Parliament: The Continuation of a Populist Wave but Not a Populist Tsunami.” JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies, First published: 27 August 2020. First page.
Stronks, Karien, and Charles Agyemang. “The Multifaceted Pathways Linking Populism to Ethnic Minority Health. Comment on ‘A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe.'” International Journal of Health Policy and Management, Available Online from 15 August 2020. Full text.
Stubbs, Paul, and Noémi Lendvai-Bainton. “Authoritarian Neoliberalism, Radical Conservatism and Social Policy within the European Union: Croatia, Hungary and Poland.” Development and Change 51.2 (March 2020): 540-560. Full text and here and here and here.
Sullivan, Katie E., and Paul B. Hutchings. “Right-Wing Authoritarian and Explicit Prejudice Attitude Responses to the Paris Terror Attacks: A Within-Subjects Analysis.” Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 16 July 2020. Abstract.
Summerville, Karoline. “Victims go viral: Digitally dismantling racist lynching in the United States.” From Sit-Ins to #revolutions: Media and the Changing Nature of Protests. Edited by Olivia Guntarik and Victoria Grieve-Williams. New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2020
Sutton, Robbie M., and Karen M. Douglas. “Conspiracy Theories and the Conspiracy Mindset: Implications for Political Ideology.” Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 34 (Aug. 2020): 118-122. Full text.
Swank, Eric. “Gender, Religion, and Pro-Life Activism.” Politics and Religion, Published online: 6 January 2020. Abstract and references.
Szelewa, Dorota. “Recurring Ideas: Searching for the Roots of Right-Wing Populism in Eastern Europe.” European Journal of Cultural Studies, First Published May 27, 2020. Abstract and references.
Taflaga, Marija, and Katrine Beauregard. “The Merit of Party Institutions: Women’s Descriptive Representation and Conservative Parties in Australia and the United Kingdom.” Journal of Women, Politics & Policy, Published online: 23 Feb. 2020. Full text and here and here.
Taneski, Nenad, and Afrim Idrizi. “Concept of Right-Wing Extremism and Terrorism.” KNOWLEDGE – International Journal 38.5 (March 2020): 1079-1083. Full text.
Taylor, Grace. “Examining the alt-right: A media analysis of hate speech through Bendigo’s anti-Muslim protests.” From Sit-Ins to #revolutions: Media and the Changing Nature of Protests. Edited by Olivia Guntarik and Victoria Grieve-Williams. New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2020
Teperoglou, Eftichia, and Ana Maria Belchior. “Is ‘Old Southern Europe’ Still Eurosceptic? Determinants of Mass Attitudes before, during and after the Eurozone Crisis.” South European Society and Politics, Published online: 30 Sept. 2020. Full text and here and here.
Thomas, Elise. “Manifestos, Memetic Mobilisation and the Chan Boards in the Christchurch shooting.” Counterterrorism Yearbook 2020. Edited by Isaac Kfir and John Coyne. Barton ACT: Australian Strategic Policy Institute, Mar. 2020. 19-22. Full text.
Thomson, Jennifer. “Gender and Nationalism.” Nationalities Papers 48.1 (Jan. 2020): 3-11. Abstract and references.
Timofejevs, Péteris F. “The Environment and Populist Radical Right in Eastern Europe: The Case of National Alliance 2010–2018.” Sustainability 12.19 (October 2020), art. 8092. Full text and here and here.
Titley, Gavan. “Notes on the Distribution of Nationalist and Racist Discourse.” Journal of Multicultural Discourses, Published online: 22 June 2020. First page.
Tomkinson, Sian, Tauel Harper, and Katie Attwell. “Confronting Incel: Exploring Possible Policy Responses to Misogynistic Violent Extremism.” Australian Journal of Political Science, Published online: 7 May 2020. Abstract.
Tomczyk, Justin, Ilya Tolmachev, and Lee DuWors. “Prospects for American-Russian Cooperation in Countering White Nationalism.” Stanford US-Russia Forum (SURF) Journal 12.1 (June 2020). Full text and here.
Tosun, Jale, and Marc Debus. “Right-Wing Populist Parties and Environmental Politics: Insights from the Austrian Freedom Party’s Support for the Glyphosate Ban.” Environmental Politics, Published online: 25 Aug. 2020. Abstract.
Torregrosa, Javier, Ángel Panizo-Lledot, Gema Bello-Orgaz, and David Camacho. “Analyzing the Relationship between Relevance and Extremist Discourse in an Alt-Right Network on Twitter.” Social Network Analysis and Mining 10.1 (Aug. 2020), Article 68. Abstract and references.
Toth, Tamas. “Target the Enemy: Explicit and Implicit Populism in the Rhetoric of the Hungarian Right.” Journal of Contemporary European Studies, Published online: 14 May 2020. Abstract.
Tournier-Sol, Karine. “From UKIP to the Brexit Party: The Politicization of European Integration and Disruptive Impact on National and European Arenas.” Journal of Contemporary European Studies, Published online: 26 June 2020. Abstract.
Trantidis, Aris and Nick Cowen. “Hayek Versus Trump: The Radical Right’s Road to Serfdom.” Polity 52.2 (April 2020): 159-188. Full text.
Treib, Oliver. “Euroscepticism Is Here to Stay: What Cleavage Theory Can Teach Us about the 2019 European Parliament Elections.” Journal of European Public Policy, Published online: 9 Mar. 2020. Abstract and funding.
Tremblay, Marie-Claude. “The Wicked Interplay of Hate Rhetoric, Politics and the Internet: What Can Health Promotion Do to Counter Right-Wing Extremism?” Health Promotion International 35.1 (Feb. 2020): 1-4. Full text and here and here.
Trindade, Luiz Valério P. “The Silent Takeover of Power by the Far-Right.” Annals of Social Sciences & Management studies (ASM) 5.1 (February 2020): 5-7. Full text.
Tuğal, Cihan. “The Counter-Revolution’s Long March: The American Right’s Shift from Primitive to Advanced Leninism.” Critical Sociology 46.3 (May 2020): 343-358. Abstract and references.
Turnbull-Dugarte, Stuart J., José Rama, and Andrés Santana. “The Baskerville’s Dog Suddenly Started Barking: Voting for VOX in the 2019 Spanish General Elections.” Political Research Exchange 2.1 (Jan. 2020). Full text and here and here.
Ulver, Sofia, and Christofer Laurell. “Political Ideology in Consumer Resistance: Analyzing Far-Right Opposition to Multicultural Marketing.” Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, First Published August 20, 2020. Full text and here.
Umland, Andreas. “The Far Right in Pre-and Post-Euromaidan Ukraine: from Ultra-nationalist Party Politics to Ethno-Centric Uncivil Society.” Demokratizatsiya 28.2 (Spring 2020): 247-268. Full text.
Urbatsch, R. “Rightward Leanings and Nonstandard Party-Position Perceptions.” Political Research Quarterly, First Published January 30, 2020. Abstract and references.
Urman, Aleksandra, and Stefan Katz. “What They Do in the Shadows: Examining the Far-Right Networks on Telegram.” Information, Communication & Society, Published online: 20 Aug. 2020. Full text and here.
Vadlamannati, Krishna Chaitanya. “Welfare Chauvinism? Refugee Flows and Electoral Support for Populist-Right Parties in Industrial Democracies.” Social Science Quarterly 101.4 (July 2020): 1600-1626. Abstract.
Vaggione, Juan Marco. “The Conservative Uses of Law: The Catholic Mobilization against Gender Ideology.” Social Compass, First Published April 6, 2020. Abstract and references.
Vaggione, Juan Marco, and Maria Das Dores Campos Machado. “Religious Patterns of Neoconservatism in Latin America.” Politics & Gender 16.1 (Mar. 2020). Full text.
Valentine, Riley Clare. “Eugenics and the Moral Majority: A History of Neoliberalism.” The Activist History Review (August 2020). Full text.
Vampa, Davide. “Competing Forms of Populism and Territorial Politics: The Cases of Vox and Podemos in Spain.” Journal of Contemporary European Studies, Published online: 20 Feb. 2020. Abstract.
Van den Bos, Kees. “Injustice and Violent Extremism: Methodological Directions for Future Justice Research.” Social Psychology and Justice. Edited by E. Allan Lind. New York and London: Routledge, 2019. 162-180. How Muslim radicalization, right-wing radicalization, and left-wing radicalization can be influenced by perceived injustice. Chapter abstract 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 82.1 (February 2020): 42-59. Abstract and references.
van den Hemel, Ernst. “The Boomerang-Effect of Culturalized Religion: The Impact of the Populist Radical Right on Confessional Politics in the Netherlands.” The Secular Sacred Emotions of Belonging and the Perils of Nation and Religion. Markus Balkenhol, Ernst van den Hemel, Irene Stengs, Editors. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020. 21-41. Chapter abstract and references.
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Wagner, Ulrich, Sarantis Tachtsoglou, Patrick Ferdinand Kotzur, Maria-Therese Friehs, and Uwe Kemmesies. “Proportion of Foreigners Negatively Predicts the Prevalence of Xenophobic Hate Crimes Within German Districts.” Social Psychology Quarterly, First Published May 13, 2020. Abstract and references.
Wahlström, Mattias, Anton Törnberg, and Hans Ekbrand. “Dynamics of Violent and Dehumanizing Rhetoric in Far-Right Social Media.” New Media & Society, First Published August 30, 2020. Full text and here.
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Waterbury, Myra A. “Populist Nationalism and the Challenges of Divided Nationhood: The Politics of Migration, Mobility, and Demography in Post-2010 Hungary.” East European Politics and Societies: and Cultures, First Published January 15, 2020. Abstract.
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Westlake, Daniel. “Following the Right: Left and Right Parties’ Influence over Multiculturalism.” Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue Canadienne de Science Politique, Published online: 4 February 2020. Full text.
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Wichgers, Lisanne, Laura Jacobs, and Joost van Spanje. “Trial and Error: Hate Speech Prosecution and Its (Unintended) Effects on Democratic Support.” Acta Politica, Published: 7 September 2020. Abstract, notes, and references.
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Wilkes, Rima. “Does Reconciliation and Racial Justice Necessitate a Struggle against White Supremacy?” Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue Canadienne de Sociologie 57.1 (2020): 147-168. Full text and here and here.
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Wilson, Angelia R., and Paul A. Djupe. “Communicating in Good Faith? Dynamics of the Christian Right Agenda.” Politics and Religion, Published online: 10 January 2020. An analysis of nearly 2,500 emails sent by the Family Research Council (FRC) to list subscribers from 2007 to 2018. Full text.
Wimberly, Cory. “Propaganda and the Nihilism of the Alt-Right.” Radical Philosophy Review, published on April 18, 2020. Abstract and first page.
Windisch, Steven, Pete Simi, Kathleen Blee, and Matthew DeMichele. “Measuring the Extent and Nature of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) among Former White Supremacists.” Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 9 June 2020. Abstract and funding.
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Worth, Owen. “Reasserting Hegemonic Masculinity: Women’s Leadership within the Far Right.” International Affairs, Published: 26 September 2020. Abstract.
Wurthmann, L. Constantin, Stefan Marschall, Vasiliki Triga, and Vasilis Manavopoulos. “Many Losers – One Winner? An Examination of Vote Switching to the AfD in the 2017 German Federal Election Using VAA Data.” Party Politics, First Published April 16, 2020. Making use of data from a Voting Advice Application to explore the extraordinary electoral success of the Alternative for Germany (AfD), a right-populist party, in the German federal election of 2017. Abstract and references.
Xu, Aymeric. “Mapping Conservatism of the Republican Era: Genesis and Typologies.” Journal of Chinese History 4.1 (Jan. 2020): 135-159. Dividing the Chinese conservatism of the Republican era into four typologies: liberal conservatism, antimodern conservatism, philosophical conservatism, and authoritarian conservatism. Abstract and references.
Xu, Weiai Wayne. “My Reality Is More Truthful Than Yours: Radical Right-Wing Politicians’ and Citizens’ Construction of ‘Fake’ and ‘Truthfulness’ on Social Media—Evidence From the United States and The Netherlands.” International Journal of Communication 14 (2020): 1135-1152. Full text.
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Yendell, Alexander, and Gert Pickel. “Islamophobia and Anti-Muslim Feeling in Saxony – Theoretical Approaches and Empirical Findings Based on Population Surveys.” Journal of Contemporary European Studies 28.1 (Jan. 2020): 85-99. Abstract and references.
Younis, Tarek, and Sushrut Jadhav. “Islamophobia in the National Health Service: An Ethnography of Institutional Racism in PREVENT’s Counter-Radicalisation Policy.” Sociology of Health & Illness 42.3 (March 2020): 610-626. Abstract.
Zaptsi, Anna. “The Extreme Far-Right in Greece: The Case of Golden Dawn Dissenso.” Más sobre periodismo y derechos humanos emergentes. José Manuel Gómez y Méndez, María Concepción Turón Padial, and Manuel J. Cartes-Barroso (eds.). Sevilla: Universidad de Sevilla, 2020. 337-353. Full text and here.
Zaremberg, Gisela. “Feminism and Conservatism in México.” Politics & Gender 16.1 (Mar. 2020). First page and references.
Zembylas, Michalinos. “Affect, Biopower, and ‘the Fascist inside You’: The (Un-)Making of Microfascism in Schools and Classrooms.” Journal of Curriculum Studies, Published online: 24 Aug. 2020. Abstract.
Zembylas, Michalinos. “The Affective Modes of Right-Wing Populism: Trump Pedagogy and Lessons for Democratic Education.” Studies in Philosophy and Education 39.2 (Mar. 2020): 151-166. Abstract, notes, and references.
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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 55.2 (Apr. 2020): 327-347. Full text and here and here.
CONFERENCE PAPERS, WORKING PAPERS, AND PREPRINTS
Acemoglu, Daron, Giuseppe De Feo, Giacomo De Luca, Gianluca Russo. “War, Socialism and the Rise of Fascism: An Empirical Exploration.” NBER Working Paper No. 27854. September 2020. Abstract.
Angelucci, Davide, and Luca Carrieri. “How Populist Parties (Re-)Frame Europe. The Changing Structure of EU Issue Competition in Populist Italy.” 2020. For the ECPR Standing Group on the European Union, 10th Biennial Conference, Luiss University, Rome, 9-12 June 2021. Full text.
Bacon, Tricia, and Thomas Zeitzoff. “False Dichotomy: How Both Psychology and Strategic Incentives Influence Terrorist Groups and Violent Social Movements.” May 2020. Full text.
Bangstad, Sindre. “The origins of the concept of Islamophobia.” 2020. Full text.
Baumgartner, Jason, Savvas Zannettou, Megan Squire, and Jeremy Blackburn. “The Pushshift Telegram Dataset.” arXiv:2001.08438v1 [cs.SI] 23 Jan. 2020. Full text.
Berk, Nicolai. “Measuring Rhetorical Similarity with Supervised Machine Learning.” August 1, 2020. Employing the ParlSpeech dataset of parliamentary speeches to study the rhetorical similarities of parties and speakers with the radical-right from Austria, Germany, and the Netherlands. Full text.
Betz, Hans-Georg. “Covid-19, Deglobalization and the (Potentially) Bright Future of Radical Right-Wing Populism.” Centre for Democratic Engagement (University of Leeds), 9 September 2020. Full text.
Bevensee, Emmi, Maxwell Aliapoulios, Quinn Dougherty, Jason Baumgartner, Damon McCoy, and Jeremy Blackburn. “SMAT: The Social Media Analysis Toolkit.” Includes a case study of where, when, and how the Agenda 21 conspiracy theory has been linked to COVID-19.on Gab, Reddit, and Twitter. ICWSM Workshop Proceedings, 14th International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media (ICWSM 2020), June 8, 2020. Full text.
Bright, Jonathan, Nahema Marchal, Bharath Ganesh, and Stevan Rudinac. “Echo Chambers Exist! (But They’re Full of Opposing Views).” 2020. Using observational trace data taken from Stormfront, a white nationalist online forum, to explore how individuals in an ideological “echo chamber” engage with opposing viewpoints. Full text and here and here and here.
Bustikova, Lenka. “The Paradox of Minority Accommodation: Eastern Europe after 30 Years.” Forthcoming in European Political Science (EPS), 2020. Full text.
Carlson, Jedidiah, and Kelley Harris. “Quantifying and Contextualizing the Impact of BioRxiv Preprints through Automated Social Media Audience Segmentation. bioRxiv, March 10, 2020. Finding that 10% of highly tweeted bioRxiv preprints have sizable (>5%) audience sectors that are associated with right-wing white nationalist communities. Full text and here.
Colussi, Tommaso, Ingo E. Isphording, and Nico Pestel. “Minority Salience and Political Extremism.” 2020. American Economic Journal: Applied Economics (forthcoming). Abstract. Online Appendix. IZA Discussion Papers (IZA Institute of Labor Economics) (December 2016 version).
D’Amato, Silvia, and Giovanni Amerigo Giuliani. “When opposites attract? The relationship between foreign policy and the migration-terrorism nexus in the French radical right and radical left discourse.” Max Weber Programme, MWP Working Papers MWP 2020/05. Full text.
de Lange, Sarah, Eelco Harteveld, Jocelyn Evans, Carl Berning, Kai Arzheimer, and Gilles Ivaldi. “Understanding the Role of Contextual Factors in the Support for the Populist Radical Right: Examining Causal Mechanisms and Conditional Effects.” ECPR General Conference, European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR), Aug 2020, Hambourg, Germany. Abstract.
de Zavala, Agnieszka Golec. “Why is populism so robustly associated with conspiratorial thinking? Collective Narcissism and the Meaning Maintenance Model.” J. Sinnott & J. Rabin (Eds). The psychology of political behavior in a time of change: Identity in a changing world. Springer Nature Switzerland AG, 2020. Full text.
Doerr, Sebastian, Stefan Gissler, José-Luis Peydro, and Hans-Joachim Voth. “From Finance To Fascism.” SSRN, Last revised: 24 Apr. 2020. “Danatbank’s collapse boosted Nazi support, especially in cities with deep-seated anti-Semitism, suggesting a synergy between cultural and economic channels.” Full text and here.
Duque, Marilu F., Mohammed H. F. Khalid, Jackelyn V. Cach, Miriam Hernandez Teran, and Kathleen Moore. “An Unholy Alliance: Christian Identity Extremists and ICTs.” iConference 2020 Proceedings, 2020. Full text.
Eberl, Jakob-Moritz, Robert Huber, and Esther Greussing. “From Populism to the ‘plandemic’: Why Populists Believe in COVID-19 Conspiracies.” SocArXiv, 4 Oct. 2020. Submitted to a journal for review on September 14, 2020. Full text and here.
Enggist, Matthias, and Michael Pinggera. “Radical Right Parties and their Welfare State Stances – Not so blurry after all?” January 2020. Annual Conference of the Swiss Political Science Association (SPSA), Lucerne, Switzerland, February 3-4, 2020. Full text and here.
Evans, Jocelyn, and Gilles Ivaldi. “Contextual effects of immigrant presence on populist radical right support: testing the ‘halo effect’ on FN voting in France.” May 2020. Full text.
Federico, Christopher M. “The Personality Basis of Political Preferences.” PsyArXiv, 3 Sept. 2020. Chapter Prepared for the Cambridge Handbook of Political Psychology (Cambridge University Press), Danny Osborne and Chris G. Sibley, Editors. Full text.
Freistein, Katja, Frank Gadinger, and Christine Unrau. “From the global to the everyday: Anti-globalization metaphors in Trump’s and Salvini’s political language.” Global Cooperation Research Papers, No. 24, University of Duisburg-Essen, Käte Hamburger Kolleg / Centre for Global Cooperation Research (KHK/GCR21), Duisburg, 2020. Full text.
Gamalerio, Matteo, Mario Luca, Alessio Romarri, and Max Viskanic. “Is this the real life or just fantasy? Refugee reception, extreme-right voting, and broadband internet.” July 15, 2020. Full text.
Garland, Joshua, Keyan Ghazi-Zahedi, Jean-Gabriel Young, Laurent Hébert-Dufresne, and Mirta Galesic. “Impact and dynamics of hate and counter speech online.” arXiv, 16 Sept. 2020. Full text.
Göpffarth, Julian and Özyurek, Esra. “Spiritualizing Reason, Rationalizing Spirit: Muslim Public Intellectuals in the German Far Right.” 2020. Forthcoming in Ethnicities. Full text.
Grosjean, Pauline A., Federico Masera, and Hasin Yousaf. “Whistle the Racist Dogs: Political Campaigns and Police Stops.” SSRN, July 28, 2020. Full text.
Gross, Martin, and Michael Jankowski. “The Alternative for Germany at the local level: electoral performance, issue emphasis and position-taking.” May 21, 2020. Full text.
Gwiazda, Anna. “Right-wing Populism and Feminist Politics: The case of Law and Justice in Poland.” International Political Science Review (Accepted/In press). 2020. Full text.
Herzog zu Mecklenburg, Michael, and Ian Anthony. Preventing Violent Extremism in Germany: Coherence and Cooperation in a Decentralized System. Working Paper, August 2020. Solna, Sweden: Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), 2020. Full text.
Hoeveler, Rejane Carolina. “The Political Economy of Bolsonarism and its impact over Latin America.” Prepared for delivery at the Congress of the Association of Latin American Studies Association (LASA): “Améfrica Ladina: vinculando mundos y saberes, tejiendo esperanzas.” Guadalajara, México, 13-16 May, 2020. Full text.
Kaya, Ayhan. State of the Art on Radicalisation: Islamist and Nativist Radicalisation in Europe. Working Paper No. 12, April 2020. Istanbul: Istanbul Bilgi University, European Institute, 2020. Full text.
Kinsman, Laura, and Jeremy A. Frimer. “A Psychological Profile of Extreme Trump Supporters.” In J. W. van Prooijen (ed.) Political Polarization. Routledge, in press. Full text.
Kleinfeld, Rachel, and John Dickas. Resisting the Call of Nativism: What U.S. Political Parties Can Learn From Other Democracies. March 2020. Washington, DC: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 2020. Full text.
Knüpfer, Curd. “How Right-Wing Alternative News Sites in the U.S. Depict Antifa.” Working Paper (Weizenbaum Series, 8). June 2020. Berlin: Weizenbaum Institute for the Networked Society – The German Internet Institute, 2020. Full text.
Kubát, Michal, and Martin Mejstřík. “Populist Parties in Contemporary Europe.” Democratic Efficacy and the Varieties of Populism in Europe (DEMOS), June 2020. Full text.
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Knowing what’s (far) right: A compendium. Anders Ravik Jupskås and Eviane Leidig (Eds.). Oslo: Center for Research on Extremism: The Extreme Right, Hate Crime and Political Violence, University of Oslo, 2020. Contents: Introduction, by Anders Ravik Jupskås and Eviane Leidig – Part I – What is right-wing extremism? by Anders Ravik Jupskås and Iris Beau Segers – What is right-wing radicalism? by Anders Ravik Jupskås – What is nationalism? by Christopher R. Fardan and Cathrine Thorleifsson – What is fascism? by Elisabetta Cassina Wolff – What is populism? by Anders Ravik Jupskås – What is racism? by Nina Høy-Petersen, Cora Alexa Døving and Katrine Fangen – What is Islamophobia? by Lars Erik Berntzen and Astrid Hauge Rambøl – What is antisemitism? by Johannes Due Enstad and Birgitte Haanshuus – What is a conspiracy theory? by Jørgen Eikvar Axelsen and Terje Emberland – What is hate crime? by Randi Solhjell, Nina Høy-Petersen, and Birgitte Haanshuus – What is fundamentalism? by Torkel Brekke and Uzair Ahmed – What is radicalization? by Uzair Ahmed and Milan Obaidi – What is terrorism? by Jacob Aasland Ravndal and Sofia Lygren – Part II – What characterizes the far right scene in Europe and beyond? by Pietro Castelli Gattinara, Eviane Leidig, and Jacob Aasland Ravndal – What are the psychological characteristics of people holding far-right beliefs? by Milan Obaidi – What explains far-right mobilization? by Pietro Castelli Gattinara and Iris Beau Segers – What explains far-right violence? by Jacob Aasland Ravndal and Johannes Due Enstad – What explains why people join and leave far-right groups? by Tore Bjørgo and Hanna Munden – What role does gender play in the far right? by Inger Skjelsbæk, Eviane Leidig, Iris Beau Segers, and Cathrine Thorleifsson – What is the relationship between the far right and the media? by Karoline Ihlebæk, Tine Figenschou, and Birgitte Haanshuus – What can democracies do to prevent extremist violence? by Håvard Haugstvedt and Tore Bjørgo. Full text.
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Vadsaria, Naheed, and Tucker Holmes. United States: Radical Groups Using Online Techniques Similar to ISIS. Babel Beacon, August 12, 2020. Full text.
Virchow, Fabian. Historical case studies of interactive radicalisation: Germany. Country report on historical case studies of interactive radicalisation. DARE: Dialogue about Radicalisation and Equality, June 2020. Full text.
Voué, Pierre, Tom De Smedt, Guy De Pauw. 4chan & 8chan embeddings. Textgain Technical Reports • TGTR1, March 2020. Full text.
Ware, Jacob. Testament to Murder: The Violent Far-Right’s Increasing Use of Terrorist Manifestos. ICCT Policy Brief, March 2020. The Hague: International Centre for Counter-terrorism (ICCT), 2020. Full text and here.
Weiss, Andrew S. With Friends Like These: The Kremlin’s Far-Right and Populist Connections in Italy and Austria. Washington, DC: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, February 2020. Full text and here.
White Supremacist Groups Are Thriving on Facebook. Tech Transparency Project, May 21, 2020. Full text.
Wilson, Tim. Rightist Violence: An Historical Perspective. ICCT Research Paper, April 2020. The Hague: International Centre for Counter-terrorism (ICCT), 2020. Full text.
Yetkin, Mine Karakuş, and M. Onur Arun. Historical Case Study of Interactive Radicalisation: Turkey. Country report on historical case studies of interactive radicalisation. DARE: Dialogue about Radicalisation and Equality, June 2020. Full text.
CONFERENCE PROGRAMMES AND ABSTRACTS
The Berkeley Center for Right-Wing Studies/Institute for Research on Male Supremacism virtual conference. August 4-6, 2000. Conference programme.
“Fascism and the Radical Right: Comparison and Entanglements.” The third annual convention of COMFAS (International Association for Comparative Fascist Studies). Online Convention, Central European University PU, Vienna, 25-27 September 2020. Programme. Abstracts.
Newcastle City Council. North East Conference for Analysis and Solutions to Radical Right Extremism. Newcastle Civic Centre, Newcastle, 27 February 2020. Description.
LEGISLATION AND PROPOSED LEGISLATION
Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection (ICAP), Georgetown Law. State Fact Sheets. Fact sheets for all 50 states explaining the laws barring unauthorized private militia groups and what to do if groups of armed individuals are near a polling place or voter registration drive. 2020. Fact sheets.
Laguardia, Francesca. “Considering a Domestic Terrorism Statute and its Alternatives.” 114 Northwestern University Law Review 1061 (2020). Full text.
Lewis, Jon. “Rethinking Domestic Terrorism Law After Boogaloo Movement Attacks.” Lawfare, July 27, 2020. Full text.
Macdonald, Stuart, and Nuria Lorenzo-Dus. “Intentional and Performative Persuasion: The Linguistic Basis for Criminalizing the (Direct and Indirect) Encouragement of Terrorism.” Criminal Law Forum, Published: 3 October 2020. Proposing a series of amendments to the ‘Encouragement of terrorism’ offence contained in section 1 of the Terrorism Act 2006. Full text and here.
Molstad, Michael. “Our Inner Demons: Prosecuting Domestic Terrorism.” 61 Boston College Law Review 229 (2020). Proposing a uniform domestic terrorism statute that is applied based on the actions of an individual, not based on their belief systems or individual backgrounds. Full text.
“Rose Introduces Legislation to Counter Global White Supremacist Terrorism.” U.S. Congressman Max Rose, July 6, 2020. “Congressman Max Rose, along with Congressman Ted Deutch of Florida and Senator Bob Menendez of New Jersey, recently introduced the Countering Global White Supremacist Terrorism Act, bicameral legislation to strengthen the U.S. government’s counter-terrorism efforts against transnational white supremacy and identity groups.” Full text.
Transnational White Supremacist Extremism Review Act. Introduced by Congressman Max Rose. 2020. Full text.
US Congress. 116th Congress, 2d Session. HB 5602. Domestic Terrorism Prevention Act of 2020. “To authorize dedicated domestic terrorism offices within the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Justice, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation to analyze and monitor domestic terrorist activity and require the Federal Government to take steps to prevent domestic terrorism.” Full text.
US Congress. 116th Congress, 2d Session. S. 4080. Countering Global White Supremacist Terrorism Act. Sponsor: Senator Robert “Bob” Menendez. “A bill to counter White identity terrorism globally, and for other purposes.” Full text.
Ahmad, Aisha. [Review of] Terrorism and Counterterrorism in Canada. Edited by Jez Littlewood, Lorne L. Dawson, and Sara K. Thompson. International Journal: Canada’s Journal of Global Policy Analysis, First Published September 22, 2020. First page.
Ahuja, Anjana. “The pseudoscience of hate.” Review of How To Argue With a Racist: History, Science, Race and Reality, by Adam Rutherford. New Statesman, 5 February 2020. Full text.
Alcalde, Ángel. “The Transnational Consensus: Fascism and Nazism in Current Research.” Reviews of Arnd Bauerkämper and Grzegorz Rossolinski-Liebe, eds., Fascism without Borders: Transnational Connections and Cooperation between Movements and Regimes in Europe from 1918 to 1945; Christian Goeschel, Mussolini and Hitler: The Forging of the Fascist Alliance; Jorge Dagnino, Matthew Feldman and Paul Stocker, eds., The ‘New Man’ in Radical Right Ideology and Practice, 1919-45; Sandrine Kott and Kiran Klaus Patel, eds., Nazism Across Borders: The Social Policies of the Third Reich and their Global Appeal; Jochen Böhler and Robert Gerwarth, eds., The Waffen-SS: A European History; Johannes Dafinger and Dieter Pohl, eds., A New Nationalist Europe under Hitler: Concepts of Europe and Transnational Networks in the National Socialist Sphere of Influence, 1933-1945; and Ricky W. Law, Transnational Nazism: Ideology and Culture in German-Japanese Relations, 1919-1936. Contemporary European History, Published online: 14 February 2020. First page.
Anon. [Review of] The Art of Resistance: Cultural Protest against the Austrian Far Right in the Early Twenty-First Century, by Allyson Fiddler. Forum for Modern Language Studies 56.3 (July 2020): 364. Abstract.
Anon. [Review of] Empire of Resentment: Populism’s Toxic Embrace of Nationalism, by Lawrence Rosenthal. Kirkus Reviews, June 3, 2020. Full text.
Anon. [Review of] Empire of Resentment: Populism’s Toxic Embrace of Nationalism, by Lawrence Rosenthal. Publishers Weekly, June 22, 2020. Full text.
Anon. [Review of] Hatemonger: Stephen Miller, Donald Trump, and the White Nationalist Agenda, by Jean Guerrero. Kirkus Reviews, March 29, 2020. Full text.
Anon. [Review of] Hatemonger: Stephen Miller, Donald Trump, and the White Nationalist Agenda, by Jean Guerrero. Publishers Weekly, April 28, 2020. Full text.
Anon. [Review of] Lone Wolves: The New Terrorism of Right-Wing Single Actors, by Florian Hartleb. European Eye on Radicalization, 10 July 2020. Full text.
Aramini, Donatello. [Review of] The March on Rome: Violence and the Rise of Italian Fascism, by Giulia Albanese, Modern Italy, Published online: 25 September 2020
Baker, Zeke. [Review of] Robin Globus Veldman, The Gospel of Climate Skepticism: Why Evangelical Christians Oppose Action on Climate Change. Review of Religious Research, Published: 24 January 2020. References.
Balzacq, Thierry. [Review of] From Righteousness to Far Right: An Anthropological Rethinking of Critical Security Studies, by Emma McCluskey. Perspectives on Politics 18.2 (June 2020): 672-673. First page. Second page.
Baracco, Luciano. [Review of] Kyle Burke, Revolutionaries for the Right: Anticommunist Internationalism and Paramilitary Warfare in the Cold War. Bulletin of Latin American Research 39.3 (July 2020): 408-409
Barbieri, Giovanni. [Review of] The Oxford Handbook of Populism, edited by Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser, Paul Taggart, Paulina Ochoa Espejo, and Pierre Ostiguy. Party Politics 26.5 (Sept. 2020): 689-690
Baum, Bruce. [Review of] Terence Keel, Divine Variations: How Christian Thought Became Racial Science. The American Historical Review 125.1 (Feb. 2020): 228-229. Abstract.
Benedetto, Giacomo. [Review of] International Populism: The Radical Right in the European Parliament, by D. McDonnell and A. Werner. JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 58.4 (July 2020): 1077-1078.
Blake, Michael. [Review of] Why Nationalism, by Yael Tamir. Ethics & International Affairs 34.3 (Fall 2020): 413-415. First page.
Bliss, Catherine. [Review of] The Mismeasure of Minds: Debating Race and Intelligence between Brown and The Bell Curve, by Michael E. Staub. Contemporary Sociology, First Published June 22, 2020
Bonner, Michelle D. [Review of] Framing Inequality: News Media, Public Opinion, and the Neoliberal Turn in U.S. Public Policy, by Matt Guardino. The International Journal of Press/Politics, First Published January 9, 2020
Brackman, Harold. “Joe McCarthy and the Jews.” Review of Demagogue: The Life and Long Shadow of Senator Joe McCarthy, by Larry Tye. The Algemeiner, July 15, 2020. Full text.
Braun, Lundy. [Review of] Michael E. Staub, The Mismeasure of Minds: Debating Race and Intelligence between Brown and The Bell Curve. Social History of Medicine, Published: 25 January 2020. Abstract.
Braunstein, Melissa Langsam. “To the Far Right and Back Again.” Review of Monster of Their Own Making: How the Far Left, the Media, and Politicians are Creating Far-Right Extremists, by Jack Buckby. The Dispatch, Sept. 1, 2020. Full text.
Bullock, Charles S., Susan A. MacManus, Jeremy D. Mayer, and Mark J. Rozell. [Reviews of] Southern Nation: Congress and White Supremacy after Reconstruction, by David A. Bateman, Ira Katznelson, and John S. Lapinski. Perspectives on Politics 18.2 (June 2020): 557-559. Full text and here.
Burke, Kyle. [Review of] Bring the War Home: The White Power Movement and Paramilitary America, by Kathleen Belew. Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 6 Jan. 2020.
Burley, Shane. “Discovering a Growing Movement: A Review of The International Alt-Right: Fascism for the 21st Century.” Review of Patrick Hermansson, David Lawrence, Joe Mulhall and Simond Burdoc, The International Alt-Right: Fascism for the 21st Century? Medium, June 14, 2020. Full text.
Carian, Emily K. [Review of] Gender Hate Online: Understanding the New Anti-Feminism. Debbie Ging and Eugenia Siapera (Eds.). Men and Masculinities, First Published January 22, 2020
Chana, Sadie. “Book Review: Barbara Perry and Ryan Scrivens, Right wing Extremism in Canada (London: Palgrave, 2019, pp. 277).” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, June 4, 2020. Full text.
Chou, Mark. “Populism and Localism: A New Research Agenda.” Review article on three books, including Close to Home: Local Ties and Voting Radical Right in Europe, by Jennifer Fitzgerald. Democratization, Published online: 12 May 2020. First page.
Cramer, Renée Ann. [Review of] The Pro-Life Pregnancy Help Movement: Serving Women or Saving Babies? by Laura S. Hussey. Perspectives on Politics 18.3 (Sept. 2020): 948-950. First page.
Denton, Donald D. [Review of] Massacre in Norway: The 2011 Terror Attacks on Oslo & the Utoya Youth Camp, by Stian Bromark, translated by Hon Khiam Leong. Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 7 Apr. 2020
Dima, Nicholas. “Why Italy Is Moving Right.” Review of First They Took Rome: How the Populist Right Conquered Italy, by David Broder. Newsmax, 5 Oct. 2020. Full text.
Dorril, Stephen. [Review of] Ryan Shaffer, Music, Youth and International Links in Post-War British Fascism: The Transformation of Extremism. Journal of British Studies 59.1 (Jan. 2020): 217-218. First page.
Eichenberg, Julia. [Review of] War Veterans and Fascism in Interwar Europe, by Ángel Alcalde. War in History, First Published April 21, 2020
Faehmel, Babette. [Review of] Erin M. Kempker, Big Sister: Feminism, Conservatism, and Conspiracy in the Heartland. The American Historical Review 125.2 (Apr. 2020): 682-684. Abstract.
Fowlie, Craig. “The Case for Militant Anti-Fascism.” Review of Daniel Sonabend, We Fight Fascists: The 43 Group and Their Forgotten Battle for Post-war Britain. Patterns of Prejudice, Published online: 23 June 2020. First page.
Garrison, Becky. [Review of] The Power Worshippers: Inside the Dangerous Rise of Religious Nationalism, by Katherine Stewart. TheHumanist.com, 25 February 2020. Full text.
Geary, Daniel. [Review of] Stephanie R. Rolph, Resisting Equality: The Citizens’ Council, 1954-1989. The American Historical Review 125.1 (Feb. 2020): 256-257. Abstract.
Gillespie, Andra. “A Discussion of Avidit Acharya, Matthew Blackwell, and Maya Sen’s Deep Roots: How Slavery Still Shapes Southern Politics.” Perspectives on Politics 18.1 (Mar. 2020): 207-208. Full text and here and here and here.
Glaude, Eddie S., Jr. “When White Supremacists Overthrew an Elected Government.” Review of Wilmington’s Lie: The Murderous Coup of 1898 and the Rise of White Supremacy, by David Zucchino. The New York Times, Jan. 7, 2020. Full text.
Haynes, Jeffrey. [Review of] Neo-nationalism: the rise of nativist populism, by Eirikur Bergmann. Democratization, Published online: 25 Aug. 2020
Heer, Jeet. “At Liberalism’s Crossroads.” Review of Richard Hofstadter: Anti-Intellectualism in American Life, The Paranoid Style in American Politics, Uncollected Essays 1956-1965, edited by Sean Wilentz. The Nation, October 19/26, 2020. Full text.
Heritage, Frazer. [Review of] Eric Russell, The Discursive Ecology of Homophobia: Unravelling Anti-LGBTQ Speech on the European Far Right. Discourse & Society, First Published June 9, 2020. First page.
Himsworth, Joseph J. [Review of] Paul Corthorn, Enoch Powell: Politics and Ideas in Modern Britain. Journal of British Studies 59.2 (Apr. 2020): 442-444. First page.
Hopkins, W. Wat. [Review of] Confessions of a Free Speech Lawyer—Charlottesville and the Politics of Hate, by Rodney A. Smolla. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, First Published August 28, 2020. First page.
Horne, Gerald. “The North Atlantic Echo Chamber of ‘Race Hatred.'” Review of Wen-Qing Ngoei, Arc of Containment: Britain, the United States and Anticommunism in Southeast Asia. Diplomatic History, Published: 1 May 2020. Abstract.
Inglehart, Ronald F. [Review of] Jennifer Fitzgerald, Close to Home: Local Ties and Voting Radical Right in Europe. Political Psychology 41.2 (2020): 435-436
Jenkins, Philip. “The Radio Right and the Religious Right.” Patheos, May 11, 2020. Review of Paul Matzko, The Radio Right: How a Band of Broadcasters Took on the Federal Government and Built the Modern Conservative Movement. Full text.
Kaplan, Jeffrey. [Review of] Bring the War Home: The White Power Movement and Paramilitary America, by Kathleen Belew. Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 10 Jan. 2020
Karpf, David. [Review of] The Revolution That Wasn’t: How Digital Activism Favors Conservatives, by Jen Schradie. The International Journal of Press/Politics, First Published January 24, 2020. First page.
Kati, Rebekah. [Review of] Hatemonger: Stephen Miller, Donald Trump, and the White Nationalist Agenda, by Jean Guerrero. Library Journal, Apr. 10, 2020. Excerpt.
Keller, Bill. “Why Intellectuals Support Dictators.” Review of Twilight of Democracy: The Seductive Lure of Authoritarianism, by Anne Applebaum. The New York Times, July 19, 2020. Full text.
Kelly, Kimberly. [Review of] Birth Control Battles: How Class and Race Divided American Religion, by Melissa J. Wilde. Social Forces, Published: 12 June 2020. Abstract.
Kessler, Mario. [Review of] Brendan McGeever, Antisemitism and the Russian Revolution. International Review of Social History 65.2 (Aug. 2020): 363-366. First page.
Ketteringham, Sean. [Review of] Christos Hadjiyiannis, Conservative Modernists: Literature and Tory Politics in Britain, 1900-1920. Notes and Queries, Published: 16 April 2020. Abstract.
Klikauer, Thomas. [Review of] Going Dark: The Secret Social Lives of Extremists, by Julia Ebner. Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 16 June 2020. First page.
Klikauer, Thomas. [Review of] Right-Wing Terrorism in the 21st Century – The NSU, by Daniel Koehler. Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 21 Jan. 2020. First page.
Klikauer, Thomas, and Kathleen Webb Tunney. “Germany’s Neo-Nazi Death Squad – the NSU Network.” Reviews of Staatsanwaltschaftlicher Umgang mit rechter und rassistischer Gewalt: eine Untersuchung struktureller Defizite und Kontinuitäten am Beispiel der Ermittlungen zum NSU-Komplex und dem Oktoberfestattentat [The public prosecution of right-wing and racist violence: an investigation into structural deficits and continuities – the example of the NSU killings and the terrorist attack at the Oktoberfest], by Isabella Greif and Fiona Schmidt, and Right-Wing Terrorism in the 21st Century – The NSU, by Daniel Koehler. Ethnic and Racial Studies, Published online: 14 Feb. 2020. First page.
Klikauer, Thomas, and Kathleen Webb Tunney. [Review of] Propaganda 4.0: Wie Rechte Populisten Politik Machen [Propaganda 4.0: How Right-Wing Populism Makes Politics], by Johannes Hillje. European Journal of Communication 35.2 (April 2020): 190-195. First page.
Kousser, J. Morgan. “A Discussion of Avidit Acharya, Matthew Blackwell, and Maya Sen’s Deep Roots: How Slavery Still Shapes Southern Politics.” Perspectives on Politics 18.1 (Mar. 2020): 209-210. Full text and here and here and here.
Kowol, Kit. [Review of] Bernhard Dietz, Neo-Tories: The Revolt of British Conservatives against Democracy and Political Modernity (1929-1939). Journal of Contemporary History, First Published August 19, 2020
Kurtz, Michael L. [Review of] Conspiracies of Conspiracies: How Delusions Have Overrun America, by Thomas Milan Konda. Journal of American History 107.2 (Sept. 2020): 443-444. Abstract.
Lansing, Charles. [Review of] The Fourth Reich: The Specter of Nazism from World War II to the Present, by Gavriel D. Rosenfeld. German Studies Review 43.1 (Feb. 2020): 195-197. Excerpt and first page.
Lee, Michael J. [Review of] The Branding of Right-Wing Activism: The News Media and the Tea Party, by Khadijah Costley White. Journal of Communication, Published: 12 March 2020. Abstract.
Lehmann, Chris. “What Richard Hofstadter Got Wrong.” Review of Richard Hofstadter, Anti-Intellectualism in American Life: The Paranoid Style in American Politics. Uncollected Essays 1956-1965, by Richard Hofstadter, edited by Sean Wilentz. The New Republic, April 16, 2020. Full text.
Lozada, Carlos. “How Stephen Miller went from teen troll to Trump whisperer.” Review of Hatemonger: Stephen Miller, Donald Trump, and the White Nationalist Agenda, by Jean Guerrero. The Washington Post, August 7, 2020. Full text.
Lungu, Ovidiu. “The Populism in Europe: Historical Development, Political Speech and Supporters of the Radical Right.” Review of Mihnea S. Stoica, Populismul în Europa: dezvoltare istorică, discurs politic şi susţinători ai dreptei radicale [Populism in Europe: historical development, political speech and the supporters of the radical right], Cluj-Napoca, The University Press, 2017. Analele Universităţii din Oradea, Seria Relaţii Internaţionale şi Studii Europene 12 (2020): 319-323. Full text.
Lynn, Joshua A. [Review of] Bring the War Home: The White Power Movement and Paramilitary America, by Kathleen Belew. Journal of American History 107.2 (Sept. 2020): 555-556. Abstract.
Malik, Kenan. “British fascism has never thrived but its failure has been useful for the mainstream.” The Guardian, 3 May 2020. Review of Failed Führers, by Graham Macklin, about six British fascist leaders: Arnold Leese, Oswald Mosley, A.K. Chesterton, Colin Jordan, John Tyndall (National Front leader), and Nick Griffin (BNP leader). Mentions the alt-right in America; the Brexit party; British National party (BNP); Alain de Benoist (French Nouvelle Droite philosopher); the English Defence League; the French Nouvelle Droite; “Generation Identity” movements; Holocaust denial; Identity (BNP publication); Boris Johnson; the National Front (NF) (far right party); Enoch Powell; Powell’s “Rivers of Blood” speech in 1968; Spearhead (Nazi magazine); Ukip; and “white identity.” Full text.
Mandell, Daniel R. [Review of] Declared Defective: Native Americans, Eugenics, and the Myth of Nam Hollow, by Robert Jarvenpa. Ethnohistory 67.1 (January 2020): 183-184. Abstract.
Margulies, Ben. “Book Review: A Brief History of Fascist Lies by Federico Finchelstein.” LSE USAPP – American Politics and Policy blog, September 6, 2020. Full text.
Margulies, Ben. [Review of] The New Populism: Democracy Stares into the Abyss, by Marco Revelli. LSE – USAPP Blog, March 8, 2020. Full text.
Marler, Scott P. [Reviews of] Thomas Milan Konda, Conspiracies of Conspiracies: How Delusions Have Overrun America; Russell Muirhead and Nancy L. Rosenblum, A Lot of People Are Saying: The New Conspiracism and the Assault on Democracy; and Joseph E. Uscinski, editor, Conspiracy Theories and the People Who Believe Them. The American Historical Review 125.2 (Apr. 2020): 600-604. Abstract.
Marsh, Mallory L. [Review of] Make America Meme Again: The Rhetoric of the Alt-Right, by Heather Suzanne Woods and Leslie A. Hahner. Argumentation and Advocacy, Published online: 9 Mar. 2020. First page.
Mayer, Jeremy D. [Review of] The Politics of Losing: Trump, the Klan, and the Mainstreaming of Resentment, by Rory McVeigh and Kevin Estep. Political Science Quarterly 135.1 (2020): 158-159
McKee, Seth C. “A Discussion of Avidit Acharya, Matthew Blackwell, and Maya Sen’s Deep Roots: How Slavery Still Shapes Southern Politics.” Perspectives on Politics 18.1 (Mar. 2020): 205-206. Full text and here and here and here.
McManus, Matt. “Review: Ronald Beiner’s ‘Dangerous Minds: Nietzsche, Heidegger, and the Return of the Far Right.'” Merion West, July 21, 2020. Full text.
McNicoll, Geoffrey. [Review of] Eric Kaufmann, Whiteshift: Populism, Immigration, and the Future of White Majorities. Population and Development Review 46.1 (Mar. 2020): 197-200. Full text and here and here.
Mead, Henry. “Conservative Modernists.” Review of Christos Hadjiyiannis, Conservative Modernists: Literature and Tory Politics in Britain, 1900-1920. English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920 63.2 (2020): 270-272. Excerpt and first page.
Mellow, Nicole. [Review of] The Politics of Losing: Trump, the Klan, and the Mainstreaming of Resentment, by Rory McVeigh and Kevin Estep. Perspectives on Politics 18.1 (Mar. 2020): 271-273. Full text and here and here and here.
Mohiuddin, Asif. “Islamophobia, Racism and the Postcolonial Subject’s Discontent.” Review of Islamophobia and Radicalisation: A Vicious Cycle, by Tahir Abbas. Postcolonial Studies, Published online: 9 Mar. 2020. Full text.
Nagel, Kelly Williams. [Review of] Make America Meme Again: The Rhetoric of the Alt-Right, by Heather Suzanne Woods and Leslie A. Hahner. Quarterly Journal of Speech, Published online: 3 Apr. 2020. First page.
Nations and Nationalism 2019 Book Debate: Yael Tamir Why Nationalism (2019). Princeton University Press: Nations and Nationalism 26.3 (July 2020). Contents: Bill Kissane, Nations and Nationalism 2019 Book Debate: Yael Tamir Why Nationalism (2019). Princeton University Press, 529–30 – Varun Uberoi, Multiculturalism: A Tradition of Political Thought That Liberal Nationalists Can Use, 531–33, full text and here and here – Erica Benner, Can Nationalism Save Democracy? 534–37, first page — Yael (Yuli) Tamir, Why Nationalism? Because Nothing Else Works, 538–43, full text and here and here.
Naylor, Elaine. [Review of] The Chinese Must Go: Violence, Exclusion, and the Making of the Alien in America, by Beth Lew-Williams. Journal of American History 106.4 (Mar. 2020): 1081-1082. Abstract.
Northover, Kylie. “Using five different fake identities, Julia Ebner infiltrated the far-right.” Review of Going Dark: The Secret Social Lives of Extremists, by Julia Ebner. Watoday, June 12, 2020. Full text.
Nunnally, Shayla C. “A Discussion of Avidit Acharya, Matthew Blackwell, and Maya Sen’s Deep Roots: How Slavery Still Shapes Southern Politics.” Perspectives on Politics 18.1 (Mar. 2020): 211-212. Free online and here and here and here.
Parent, Joseph M. [Review of] Conspiracies of Conspiracies: How Delusions Have Overrun America, by Thomas Milan Konda. Political Science Quarterly 135.1 (2020): 161-162
Paul, Joshua. [Review of] The international alt-right: fascism for the 21st century? by Patrik Hermansson, David Lawrence, Joe Mulhall, and Simon Murdoch. Ethnic and Racial Studies, Published online: 27 Aug. 2020. First page.
Pegram, Thomas R. [Review of] Linda Gordon, The Second Coming of the KKK: The Ku Klux Klan of the 1920s and the American Political Tradition. The American Historical Review 125.1 (Feb. 2020): 247-248. Abstract.
Pelinka, Anton. [Review of] Allyson Fiddler, The Art of Resistance: Cultural Protest against the Austrian Far Right in the Early Twenty-First Century. Austrian History Yearbook (2020): 48-49. First page.
Price, Christopher.[Review of] Two Suns of the Southwest: Lyndon Johnson, Barry Goldwater, and the 1964 Battle between Liberalism and Conservatism, by Nancy Beck Young. Presidential Studies Quarterly, First published: 27 July 2020
Przybyszewski, Linda. [Review of] Conservatives and the Constitution: Imagining Constitutional Restoration in the Heyday of American Liberalism, by Ken I. Kersch. Journal of American History 107.2 (Sept. 2020): 535-536. Abstract.
Pugliese, Matteo. [Review of] Patrick Hermansson, David Lawrence, Joe Mulhall and Simond Burdoc, The International Alt-Right: Fascism for the 21st Century? European Eye on Radicalization, 12 August 2020. Full text.
Puleo, Leonardo. [Review of] Benjamin Biard, Laurent Bernhard and Hans-Georg Betz (Eds.), Do They Make a Difference? The Policy Influence of Radical Right Populist Parties in Western Europe. Political Studies Review, First Published May 2, 2020
Puleo, Leonardo, and Francesca Feo. [Review of] Absorbing the Blow: Populist Parties and their Impact on Parties and Party Systems. Edited by Steven Wolinetz and Andrej Zaslove. Italian Political Science Review/Rivista Italiana di Scienza Politica, Published online: 14 January 2020. Full text.
Radford, Ceri. “Welcome to the ‘manosphere’ – a brave new book shows why we should all be afraid.” Review of Laura Bates, Men Who Hate Women. The Independent, 13 September 2020. Full text.
Rama, José. [Review of] International Populism. The Radical Right in the European Parliament, by Duncan McDonnell, and Annika Werner. Italian Political Science Review / Rivista Italiana di Scienza Politica, Published online: 26 May 2020. First page.
Regine. “American Zealots. Inside Right-Wing Domestic Terrorism.” Review of American Zealots. Inside Right-Wing Domestic Terrorism, by Arie Perliger. We Make Money Not Art, August 17, 2020. Full text.
Rew, Nichola E. J. [Review of] Handbook of Terrorism and Counter Terrorism Post 9/11, edited by David Martin Jones, Paul Schulte, Carl Ungerer and M. L. R. Smith. Journal of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism, Published online: 11 Sept. 2020. First page.
Ring, Natalie J. [Review of] David A. Bateman Ira Katznelson and John S. Lapinski, Southern Nation: Congress and White Supremacy after Reconstruction. The American Historical Review 125.2 (Apr. 2020): 659-660. Abstract.
Roberts, Alex. “Studying the history of fascism to cancel its future.” Review of the revised edition of David Renton’s Fascism: History and Theory. ROAR Magazine, October 9, 2020. Full text.
Roffey, Hallam. [Review of] No Platform: A History of Anti-Fascism, Universities and the Limits of Free Speech, by Evan Smith. Twentieth Century British History, Published: 1 October 2020. Abstract.
Rolsky, L. Benjamin. “Reclaiming ‘Populism’: On Thomas Frank’s ‘The People, No.'” Review of The People, No: A Brief History of Anti-Populism, by Thomas Frank. Los Angeles Review of Books, September 29, 2020. Full text.
Rosino, Michael L. [Review of] Producers, Parasites, Patriots: Race and the New Right-Wing Politics of Precarity, by Daniel Martinez Hosang and Joseph E. Lowndes. Ethnic and Racial Studies, Published online: 27 Jan. 2020. First page.
Sawyer, Logan Everett, III. [Review of] Ken I. Kersch, Conservatives and the Constitution: Imagining Constitutional Restoration in the Heyday of American Liberalism. Law and History Review 38.2 (May 2020): 512-514. First page.
Schroeder, Theresa. [Review of] Rethinking Right-Wing Women: Gender And The Conservative Party, 1880s To The Present. Berthezène, Clarisse, and Julie Gottlieb (eds.). Journal of Women, Politics & Policy, Published online: 16 Jan. 2020. Free online and here and here.
Shaw, Devin Zane. “Fighting Fascism with Feminism: A review of Petronella Lee’s – Anti-Fascism Against Machismo.” Review of Petronella Lee, Anti-Fascism Against Machismo: Gender, Politics, and the Struggle Against Fascism. The Social Justice Centre Blog, January 5, 2020. Full text.
Shurts, Sarah. [Review of] A History of Fascism in France: From the First World War to the National Front, by Chris Millington. French History, Published: 16 May 2020. Abstract.
Sim, Stuart. “Book review: The Far Right Today [by Cas Mudde].” New Humanist, 9 July 2020. Full text.
Simonson, Karina. [Review of] A Perfect Storm: Antisemitism in South Africa, 1930-1948, by Milton Shain. South African Historical Journal, Published online: 9 Mar. 2020. First page.
Smith, Evan. “Book review: Graham Macklin’s Failed Führers: A History of Britain’s Extreme Right.” New Historical Express (Formerly Hatful of History), September 20, 2020. Full text.
Smith, Evan. “Public Gatherings.” Review of Fascists Among Us: Online Hate and the Christchurch Massacre, by Jeff Sparrow. The Sydney Review of Books, August 17, 2020. Full text.
Smith, Zach. [Review of] China’s Conservative Revolution: The Quest for a New Order, 1927-1949, by Brian Tsui. The Journal of Asian Studies 79.1 (Feb. 2020): 178-179. First page.
Spratt, Tanisha Jemma Rose. [Review of] Producers, Parasites, Patriots: Race and the New Right-Wing Politics of Precarity, by Daniel Martinez HoSang and Joseph E. Lowndes. Sociology of Health & Illness, First published: 11 June 2020. Full text and here and here and here.
Stern, Scott W. “How Powerful Is This Right-Wing Shadow Network?” Review of On Shadow Network: Media, Money, and the Secret Hub of the Radical Right, by Anne Nelson. The New Republic, February 19, 2020. Mentions the American Conservative Union; American Family Radio; Americans for Prosperity; Steve Bannon; Morton Blackwell (Republican functionary and CNP co-founder); Bott Radio Network; Harry and Lynde Bradley (electronics barons); Kellyanne Conway; Joseph Coors (beer magnate); the Council for National Policy (CNP) (archconservative organization founded in 1981); CRC Advisors; Rafael Cruz (pastor and father of Ted); Roberto D’Aubuisson (far-right Salvadoran death squad leader); the DeVos family; Jerry Falwell; the Family Research Council; FreedomWorks; Foster Friess (Wyoming businessman); Mike Huckabee; Nelson Bunker Hunt (oil scion); Alveda King (archconservative activist); Charles and David Koch (fossil fuel tycoons); the Ku Klux Klan; Tim LaHaye (pastor and popular author); Leadership Institute; the Leave campaign in Britain’s Brexit referendum; Leonard Leo (conservative power broker); Ed Meese; Robert and Rebekah Mercer (hedge fund billionaires); the National Rifle Association; Oliver North; John M. Olin (chemical industry magnate); Paige Patterson; Herman Paul Pressler III; Ronald Reagan; Pat Robertson (televangelist); Salem Media Group; Richard Mellon Scaife (banking and oil heir); Phyllis Schlafly (anti-feminist lawyer); Richard Shoff (former state secretary of the Indiana Ku Klux Klan); the Tea Party; Donald Trump; Richard Viguerie (direct mail and marketing innovator); and Paul Weyrich (Republican operative and co-founder of the Heritage Foundation and Republican Study Committee). Full text.
Strigone, Micaela Musacchio. [Review of] Duncan McDonnell and Annika Werner, International Populism: The Radical Right in the European Parliament. Political Studies Review, First Published May 2, 2020
Süß, Rahel. “Book Review: Reactionary Democracy: How Racism and the Populist Far Right Became Mainstream by Aurelien Mondon and Aaron Winter.” LSE Review of Books, July 21, 2020. Full text.
Tearle, Oliver. [Review of] Christos Hadjiyiannis, Conservative Modernists: Literature and Tory Politics in Britain, 1900-1920. The Review of English Studies, Published: 11 February 2020. Abstract.
Tetrault, Justin. [Review of] From Righteousness to Far Right: An Anthropological Rethinking of Critical Security Studies, by Emma McCluskey. Security Journal, Published: 11 April 2020
Thieme, Tom. [Review of] Rechtsextremismus in Deutschland. Eine Kritische Bestandsaufnahme, by Armin Pfahl-Traughber. German Politics, Published online: 13 Mar. 2020
Thompson, V. Elaine. “The Know Nothings in Louisiana.” Review of The Know Nothings in Louisiana, by Marius M. Carriere. Journal of American History 106.4 (Mar. 2020): 1072-1073. Abstract.
Tipler, Kathleen. [Review of] Law without Future: Anti-Constitutional Politics and the American Right, by Jack Jackson. Political Science Quarterly 135.3 (2020): 533-534
Tisby, Jemar. “Is the White Church Inherently Racist?” Review of White Too Long: The Legacy of White Supremacy in American Christianity, by Robert P. Jones. The New York Times, Aug. 18, 2020. Full text.
Tsimouris, Giorgos. [Review of] Islamophobia and Radicalisation: A Vicious Cycle, by Tahir Abbas. Ethnic and Racial Studies, Published online: 27 Jan. 2020. First page.
Turton, Stephen. [Review of] Eric Louis Russell, The Discursive Ecology of Homophobia: Unraveling Anti-LGBTQ Speech on the European Far Right. Language in Society 49.1 (Feb. 2020): 166-167. First page.
van Gorp, Johannes AAM. [Review of] Radical Right-Wing Populist Parties in Western Europe: Into the Mainstream? Edited by Tjitske Akkerman, Sarah L. de Lange, and Matthijs Rooduijn. Party Politics, First Published February 11, 2020
Veljanov, Zdravko. [Review of] Daniel Ziblatt, Conservative Parties and the Birth of Democracy. Zeitschrift für Vergleichende Politikwissenschaft, Published: 6 October 2020
Vogt, Stefan. [Review of] Between Heimat and Hatred: Jews and the Right in Germany, 1871-1935, by Philipp Nielsen. German History, Published: 22 April 2020. Abstract.
Walsh, Sean. “The hidden history of the billionaires behind the rise of the radical right.” Review of Dark Money: The Hidden History of the Billionaires Behind the Rise of the Radical Right, by Jane Mayer. Green Left Issue 1280, September 10, 2020. Full text.
Williams, Katherine. [Review of’ ‘We are the People’: The Rise of the AfD in Germany, by Penny Bochum. LSE Review of Books, May 4, 2020. Full text.
Williams, Vernon J. [Review of] The Mismeasure of Minds: Debating Race and Intelligence between Brown and The Bell Curve, by Michael E. Staub. Journal of American History 106.4 (Mar. 2020): 1115-1116. Abstract.
Woodhouse, Taylore. “Superior: The Return of Race Science by Angela Saini, and: Proud Boys and the White Ethnostate: How the Alt-Right Is Warping the American Imagination by Alexandra Minna Stern (Review).” The Velvet Light Trap 86 (Fall 2020): 65-68. Excerpt and first page.
Bletchly, Rachael. “Hollywood star Cate Blanchett on playing right-wing idol who blocked woman’s lib.” Mirror Online, 4 July 2020. On the new BBC mini-series Mrs America, in which Blanchett starrs as Phyllis Schlafly. Full text.
Crofts, Christine. “Film Review: Holy Hierarchy: The Religious Roots of Racism in America.” Teaching Sociology, First Published September 28, 2020. First page.
Benakis, Theodoros. “Prof. Önnerfors: Sweden Democrats offer easy solutions to complex problems.” European Interest, February 21, 2020. An interview with Andreas Önnerfors on the phenomenon of the rising far-right in Sweden. Full text.
“‘Bolsonaro is the most isolated leader of right-wing populism today’, says researcher of political extremism.” A BBC News Brasil interview with Cas Mudde, author of The Far Right Today. Explica, May 3, 2020. Full text.
Cowles, Ben. “The far-right and Italian spooks spied on our rescue missions.” Interview with Dariush Beigui and Hendrik Simon, former members of the NGO rescue ship Iuventa. Morning Star, May 20, 2020. Full text.
DeVega, Chauncey. “Alexander Reid Ross on what the media got wrong about the Portland protests: Everything.” Salon, September 4, 2020. An interview with Alexander Reid Ross. Full text and here and here.
DeVega, Chauncey. “Soldiers of the boogaloo: David Neiwert on the far right’s plans for a new civil war.” Salon.com, May 18, 2020. An interview with David Neiwert, author of Alt-America: The Rise of the Radical Right in the Age of Trump, Eliminationists: How Hate Talk Radicalized the American Right, and the forthcoming Red Pill, Blue Pill: How to Counteract the Conspiracy Theories That Are Killing Us. Mentions anti-lockdown protests; anti-vaxxers; “the boogaloo” (a second American civil war and armed insurrection which right-wing militias and other paramilitary groups trying to plan for and incite); the “boogaloo” flag (blue flag with an igloo and a palm tree on it); the Confederate flag; conspiracism; Betsy DeVos (Trump’s education secretary); eco-fascism (fascist belief that nature is healing because the virus has created cleaner air and animals are taking back the planet from human beings, who have contaminated the Earth and need to be eliminated); the Gadsden flag (now associated with the Tea Party’ formerly associated with the right-wing extremist militants in the Patriot movement in the 1990s); Hawaiian shirts; Adolf Hitler; the Nazi Party; the Oath Keepers (right-wing extremist militia group); the Patriot movement; Erik Prince (former head of Blackwater and Betsy DeVos’ brother); the Tea Party movement; the Three Percenters (right-wing extremist militia group); Donald Trump; and “white genocide” (a Jewish-led plot to commit genocide against white people, white males in particular, and to destroy “Western civilization”). Full text.
Elmaazi, Mohamed. “Documents Reveal ‘Elite’ Plot To Oust Mexican President, Investigative Journalist Explains.” Sputnik International, 14 July 2020. An interview with Ben Norton, an investigative journalist with The Grayzone and the author of an in-depth exposé on the alleged soft coup plot against Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador before his term has finished. Full text.
Fisher, Anthony L. “‘Hatemonger’ author Jean Guerrero on Stephen Miller, white nationalism, and performative cruelty.” Business Insider, Aug. 10, 2020. An interview with Jean Guerrero, author of Hatemonger: Stephen Miller, Donald Trump, and the White Nationalist Agenda. Full text.
Gibson, Carl. “Massive Wave of Right-Wing Domestic Terror Targets Black Lives Matter Protesters.” Free Chicken and Beer, July 9, 2020. An interview with Alexander Reid Ross. Full text.
González-Ramírez, Andrea. “The White Nationalist Education of Stephen Miller.” GEN by Medium, Aug. 7, 2020. An interview with Jean Guerrero, author of Hatemonger: Stephen Miller, Donald Trump, and the White Nationalist Agenda. Full text.
“Interview with Jean-Yves Camus.” Illiberalism Studies Program (The George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs), September 25, 2020. Full text.
“Italy & the Far Right: Europe Accelerated?” Conter, September 3, 2020. An interview with David Broder, author of First They Took Rome: How the Populist Right Conquered Italy. Full text.
Levin, Sam. “The data scientist exposing US white supremacists: ‘This is how you fight Nazis.'” The Guardian, 2 Oct. 2020. An interview with Emily Gorcenski. Full text.
Perry, David. “Professor’s New Book Examines Far Right’s Violent Extremism.” News – UMass Lowell, August 7, 2020. An interview with Arie Perliger, author of American Zealots: Inside Right-Wing Domestic Terrorism. Full text.
Rampant Magazine. “What Does the Far Right Want From the COVID-19 Crisis?” An interview with a researcher with No Space for Hate (NSFH) Research Division, a collective of activists, scholars, students, and data analysts who monitor the activities of white supremacists in the United States. Rampant Magazine, April 27, 2020. Full text.
Sales, Ben. “An expert analyst breaks down the ‘militia movement’ and other groups involved in the Kenosha and Portland shootings.” Jewish Telegraphic Agency, August 31, 2020. An interview with Alex Friedfeld, an investigative researcher at the Anti-Defamation League’s Center on Extremism. Mentions anti-Black Lives Matter; the Kenosha Guard (an independent militia that patrolled the protests on the night of the shooting); the militia movement; Patriot Prayer (a far-right group); Kyle Rittenhouse (the alleged Kenosha shooter); George Soros (Jewish financier and progressive philanthropist); and the George Soros conspiracy theory (anti-Semitic conspiracy theory that George Soros is paying for Black Lives Matter). Full text and here and here.
Samuels, David. “American Racist.” Tablet Magazine, June 11, 2020. An interview with Kevin MacDonald, an influential American white identitarian ideologue. Full text.
Shepherd, Julianne Escobedo. “What Happens When a Racist Troll Runs National Policy? A Chat With Stephen Miller Biographer Jean Guerrero.” Jezebel, Aug. 14, 2020. Full text.
“Social media, the alt-right and the rise of populism: A conversation with Andrew Marantz.” Pan Macmillan Blog, 14 Sept. 2020. Full text.
Sturges, Fiona. “Julia Ebner: ‘There’s an adrenaline rush in undercover work, getting inside a far-right movement.'” The Guardian, 14 Feb. 2020. An interview with Julia Ebner, author of Going Dark: The Secret Social Lives of Extremists. Full text.
Ward, Alex. “People are running over George Floyd protesters. Are far-right memes to blame?” Vox, June 1, 2020. An interview with Ari Weil, deputy research director for the militant propaganda analysis team at the University of Chicago’s Project on Security and Threats. On far-right memes about running over protesters. Mentions James Alex Fields (Charlottesville attacker and online sharer of “run them over” memes); Mike Raust (Daily Caller staffer); and the Unite the Right rally (white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia). Full text.
Williams, John. “‘Demagogue’ Remembers a Vintage American Bully.” The New York Times, July 19, 2020. An interview with Larry Tye, author of Demagogue: The Life and Long Shadow of Senator Joe McCarthy. Full text.
“AfD: Regional branch of far-right party put under surveillance.” Deutsche Welle (DW), 15 June 2020. Full text.
Alberti, Mia. “Portugal records surge in racist violence as far right rises.” The Guardian, 28 Sept. 2020. In part, on the Portuguese far right Chega (Enough) party and its leader, André Ventura. Full text.
Allam, Hannah. “‘A Perfect Storm’: Extremists Look For Ways To Exploit Coronavirus Pandemic.” NPR, April 17, 2020. Full text.
Allam, Hannah. “Vehicle Attacks Rise As Extremists Target Protesters.” NPR, June 21, 2020. Full text.
Allyn, Bobby. “Facebook Removes Trump Ads With Symbol Used By Nazis. Campaign Calls It An ‘Emoji.'” NPR, June 18, 2020. On the removal of campaign posts and advertisements from the Trump campaign featuring an upside down red triangle symbol once used by Nazis to identify political opponents. Full text.
Amante, Angelo. “Italian judge orders seizure of neo-fascist CasaPound headquarters.” Reuters, June 4, 2020. Full text.
“Anti-Semitic acts in Tampere and Turku, as Finland’s leaders mark Holocaust.” News Now Finland, January 27, 2020. On an anti-Semitic protest in Tampere and synagogue vandalism in Turku. Mentions the Nordic Resistance Movement (a banned far right group) and the ‘Towards Freedom’ group (Finnish Holocaust-denying far right group; essentially a re-branded version of the Nordic Resistance Movement). Full text.
Astill, James. “When the Proud Boys came to town.” 1843 magazine – The Economist, Oct. 2, 2020. On the Proud Boys, a group of self-described “Western chauvinists” formed in 2016, known for its extreme Islamophobia, street brawls and odd-ball initiation rituals. Mentions black Fred Perry polo shirt, trimmed with yellow (the informal uniform of the Proud Boys); Pat Buchanan (one of America’s leading nativist thinkers); Death of the West (a polemic by Pat Buchanan); Gavin McInnes (Canadian hard-right provocateur, founder of Vice magazine, and founder of the Proud Boys); “pc brigade”; Fred Perry (a British clothing company which no longer sells its black-and-yellow polo shirts in America); the Proud Boys creed (“I am a Western chauvinist, and I refuse to apologise for creating the modern world”); the Unite the White rally (notorious neo-Nazi march through Charlottesville, Virginia, in 2017); Western culture; white slavery; and Milo Yiannopoulos (alt-right poseur). Full text.
Augusto, Quentin. “New Far-Right Group ‘NSC 131’ Active in Germany.” Translated by W. F. Thomas. Belltower.News, 18 September 2020. Mentions “Atomwaffen Division” (far-right terrorist organisation); “The Base” (far-right terrorist group); the “Black Sun” (a common neo-Nazi symbol); “Combat 18” (the military arm of the “Blood & Honour” network, which is also active in Germany); Adolf Hitler; “Kampf der Nibelungen” (a neo-Nazi martial arts fixture that serves as a networking event for the violent far-right extremist scene); “leaderless resistance”; “NSC 131” (international, far-right terrorist group, founded in 2020; the code “NSC” stands for “Nationalist Social Club” and the numbers “131” correspond to the position of letters in the alphabet, spelling the abbreviation “ACA” for “Anti-Communist Action”); “National Socialist Order” (far-right terrorist organisation and a successor to “Atomwaffen Division”); “Paulo” (NSC 131 founder); “race war”; and swastika flag. Full text.
“Austrian far-right activist Martin Sellner’s YouTube account ‘terminated’.” Deutsche Welle (DW), 14 July 2020. On Martin Sellner, the leader of the far-right organization Identitarian Movement, who contravened YouTube’s hate speech policies and whose Twitter account was suspended last week. Full text.
Ayesh, Rashaan. “Bill Barr forms task force to address ‘anti-government extremists.'” Axios, June 27, 2020. Full text.
Balsamo, Michael, and Jeff Martin. “3 more linked to neo-Nazi group arrested in Georgia.” AP News, January 17, 2020. On three men linked to a violent white supremacist group known as The Base who were charged with conspiring to kill members of a militant anti-fascist group. Full text.
Barnes, Julian E., and Adam Goldman. “Russia Trying to Stoke U.S. Racial Tensions Before Election, Officials Say.” The New York Times, March 10, 2020. On the Russian government’s efforts to incite violence by white supremacist groups and to stoke anger among African-Americans. Full text.
Barrouquere, Brett. “Animated by Conspiracy Theories, Far-Right Extremists Seize Opportunity to Rally Around Guns in Virginia.” Southern Poverty Law Center, January 24, 2020. Full text.
Barry, Orla. “Europe’s far-right stands behind Trump in US 2020 election.” WUWF, September 29, 2020. Full text.
Bedingfield, Will. “How Telegram became a safe haven for pro-terror Nazis.” WIRED UK, 1 March 2020. Mentions Atomwaffen Division (far right terror group); Anders Breivik (2011 Utoya attacker in Norway); Christchurch massacre (March 15, 2019); David Copeland (1999 London nail bomber); Iron March (now defunct Nazi webforum); James Mason (American Neo-Nazi); Telegram (messaging app long been used by the far right to communicate); the “Terrorgram” (public and private Nazi chat groups on Telegram); and Unite the White rally (far-right rally in Charlottesville). Full text.
Belenky, Sasha. “Far Right Seizes On Italy’s Renewed Coronavirus Restrictions To Bash Immigration.” HuffPost, Aug. 17, 2020. Quoting Matteo Salvini, leader of the far-right Lega Party. Full text.
Bennhold, Katrin. “Germany’s Far Right Reunified, Too, Making It Much Stronger.” The New York Times, Oct. 3, 2020. Mentions Alternative for Germany (AfD) (far-right party); Exit Germany (an organization that helps extremists leave their networks); Ingo Hasselbach (former neo-Nazi in communist East Berlin who left the neo-Nazi scene in 1992, and co-founder of Exit Germany); Björn Höcke (an AfD leader); Andreas Kalbitz (an AfD leader); Götz Kubitschek (a leading far-right intellectual from Swabia who wants to preserve the “ethno-cultural identity” of Germany); Mein Kampf (book by Adolf Hitler); and the National Socialist Underground (a far-right terrorist group that came out of the extremist networks formed in East Germany). Full text.
Bennhold, Katrin. “Trump Emerges as Inspiration for Germany’s Far Right.” The New York Times, Sept. 7, 2020. Full text.
Bensinger, Ken, Jane Lytvynenko, Paul McLeod, and Ellie Hall. “Here’s How A Group Of Radical Militants Hatched A Plan To Kidnap Michigan’s Governor Before The Election.” BuzzFeed News, October 8, 2020. Full text.
Bertrand, Natasha, Nahal Toosi, and Daniel Lippman. “State pushes to list white supremacist group as terrorist org.” POLITICO, March 9, 2020. Mentions Atomwaffen (a neo-Nazi group); AWD Deutschland (Atomwaffen’s foreign off-shoot group in Germany); The Base (a neo-Nazi group); Feuerkrieg Division (Atomwaffen’s foreign off-shoot group in the Baltic States); Iron March (now-defunct online forum founded in Russia); Northern Order (Atomwaffen’s foreign off-shoot group in Canada); Sonnenkrieg (Atomwaffen’s foreign off-shoot group in the U.K.); and Donald Trump. Full text.
Bharath, Deepa. “Organization of former extremists gets $750,000 from DHS to counter threats from the far right.” Orange County Register, October 3, 2020. On Life After Hate, a national nonprofit that works to help individuals leave violent extremist groups on the far right. Full text.
Bickert, Monika. “Removing Holocaust Denial Content.” About Facebook, October 12, 2020. Announcing the updating of Facebook’s hate speech policy to prohibit any content that denies or distorts the Holocaust. Full text.
Binder, Matt. “Facebook bans far right ‘Boogaloo’ accounts from its platform.” Mashable, June 30, 2020. On the removal of 220 Facebook accounts, 106 Facebook Groups, 28 Facebook Pages, and 95 Instagram accounts associated with the Boogaloo movement. Full text.
Bogage, Jacob, and Eugene Scott. “Twitter permanently bans former KKK leader David Duke.” The Washington Post, July 31, 2020. Full text.
Bogel-Burroughs, Nicholas, Shaila Dewan, and Kathleen Gray. “F.B.I. Says Michigan Militia Plotted to Kidnap Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.” The New York Times, Oct. 8, 2020. Full text.
“Bolivia’s Regime Mobilizes Far-Right Paramilitary Groups.” teleSUR English, 9 August 2020. Full text.
Bomey, Nathan, and Jessica Guynn. “How QAnon and other dark forces are radicalizing Americans as the COVID-19 pandemic rages and election looms.” USA Today, Sept. 1, 2020. On QAnon as a catchall movement for a variety of conspiracy theories, including aspects of other theories that began on their own, including the baseless assertions that 5G technology is dangerous to your health and that Bill Gates is somehow wielding the pandemic. Mentions anti-vaccine; 8kun (extremist online platform); 4chan (extremist online platform); Marjorie Taylor Greene (Republican Congressional candidate and a QAnon supporter); “Pizzagate” (conspiracy theory that a child sex trafficking ring was being run out of a pizzeria in Washington, D.C.); QAnon (far-right conspiracy theory whose aim is to root out what it sees as a secret nationwide cabal of Democratic leaders who traffic children for sexual purposes); Kyle Rittenhouse (white 17-year-old accused of murdering two people during protests in Kenosha, Wisconsin); and Donald Trump. Full text and here.
Bracken, Ali. “Big Read: The Irish far right is on the rise.” Independent.ie, September 20, 2020. Mentions Justin Barrett (National Party founder); Forza Nuova (Italian fascist organisation); the Gemma O’Doherty Supporters Group (a closed Facebook group of far-right sympathisers); Generation Identity Ireland (white nationalist group which dissolved in January); Irish Freedom Party; Hermann Kelly (Irish Freedom Party leader); Niall McConnell (sheep farmer and Síol na hÉireann leader); the National Party (anti-immigration party); the National Party manifesto; the NDP (Nazi-sympathiser group); and Síol na hÉireann (anti-immigration and pro-Christian nationalist party). Excerpt.
Breland, Ali. “Facebook Just Revealed Its Secret Strategy for Taking Down Hate Groups.” Mother Jones, March 25, 2020. On Facebook’s enforcement strategy to take down a network of accounts linked to the neo-Nazi group Northwest Front. Mentions the alt-right podcasts The Right Stuff and Identity Dixie. Full text.
Brewster, Murray. “Military reviewing what its intelligence branch knew about Rideau Hall attacker.” CBC News, August 21, 2020. On army reservist Corey Hurren, a follower of conspiracy theories such as those posed by Qanon, who was arrested on 22 criminal charges on Rideau Hall grounds, including making threats against the prime minister. Full text.
Brewster, Murray, and Elizabeth Thompson. “Military intelligence probes far-right activity in Canadian Ranger unit.” CBC News, Aug. 25, 2020. On Erik Myggland and his former spouse Jodi Myggland and their online support for the far-right Three Percenter movement and the Soldiers of Odin. Full text and here and here.
Briggs, Billy. “Metal festival accused of neo-Nazi links moves to Edinburgh.” The Ferret, March 27, 2020. On Darkness Guides Us, a black metal music festival whose line-up includes bands accused of promoting neo-Nazism. Mentions Dimitris Artofsin (organiser of Darkness Guides Us); Blood and Honour (a violent group which promotes white power); Brutal Attack (neo-Nazi band); Code 291 (neo-Nazi band); National Socialist Black Metal (NSBM) (a political scene within black metal music that promotes extreme right wing views); Order of the White Hand (an openly fascist band); Taake (a band accused of promoting neo-Nazi views); Satanic Warmaster (a band which uses neo-Nazi iconography); and Stigger (neo-Nazi band). Full text.
Briggs, Billy. “Scottish Defence League links to Nazi groups ‘concerning.'” The Ferret, February 27, 2020. Mentions English Defence League (far right group); Iron March (now defunct neo-Nazi website); Ku Klux Klan; Peter Morgan (member of the Scottish Defence League who was jailed in 2018 for 12 years for terror offences); National Action (banned neo-Nazi group); Tobias Rathjen (Hanau terrorist attacker); Scottish Dawn (banned neo-Nazi successor group to National Action); the Scottish Defence League (SDL) (an offshoot of the English Defence League; formed around 2009); Sonnenkrieg Division (SKD) (banned group); System Resistance Network (SRN) (banned group, recognised by the UK government as an alias of National Action); and Nicholas Waugh (recruiter for National Action who was active on Iron March). Full text.
Bronskill, Jim. “Canadian officials grappling with how to tackle right-wing extremism, documents suggest.” Global News, January 26, 2020. Full text.
Budryk, Zack. “Man arrested, charged with threatening to attack Muslims in Germany.” The Hill, June 8, 2020. On the Christchurch, New Zealand, massacre as a model for a 21-year-old German man’s alleged threats to launch a deadly attack on Muslims. Full text.
Burris, Sarah K. “Trump’s Homeland Security chief swears he never downplayed white supremacist terrorist threats.” Raw Story, September 23, 2020. On a charge by former DHS official Elizabeth Neumann that acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad Wolf buried threat assessments on racist extremists. Full text.
Bushey, Claire. “Armed civilians at US protests: ‘A threshold has been crossed.'” Financial Times, August 28, 2020. On Kyle Rittenhouse, charged with shooting and killing two protesters in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Mentions “Blue Lives Matter” (a pro-police rallying cry); Tucker Carlson (Fox News host); Fox News (conservative network); InfoWars (far-right conspiracy website); the Kenosha Guard (self-described militia); the Oath Keepers (loosely organised militia); the “Patriot” movement (anti-government movement which spreads its message using social media and other online forums, rather than formal organisation); Stone Mountain (mountain with a bas-relief rock carving of Confederate leaders in Stone Mountain, Georgia); and Donald Trump (US President). Full text and here and here.
“Canadian Government Says It’s Concerned That Calling Far-Right Terrorists ‘Far-Right’ Could Seem ‘Biased.'” PressProgress, February 7, 2020. Includes Power Point slides from an April 2019 meeting between top officials at Public Safety Canada, CSIS and the RCMP. Full text.
Canales, Katie. “Weeks after saying it removed Boogaloo products, Amazon is still listing patches and t-shirts promoting the far-right, extremist group.” Business Insider, Aug. 13, 2020. Full text.
Carr, Stewart. “‘Satanic’ neo-Nazi terrorist arrested at Luton Airport jailed for possessing extreme sex abuse images.” Luton Today, 24 July 2020. On Jacek Tchorzewski, a Polish national jailed for four years for other right-wing related terrorism offences last year. Full text.
Carrega, Christina, Veronica Stracqualursi, and Josh Campbell. “13 charged in plot to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.” CNN, October 8, 2020. Six people were charged federally with conspiracy to kidnap, and seven other people, associated with the militia group “Wolverine Watchmen,” were charged by the state of Michigan. Full text.
Christodoulou, Mario. “ASIO briefing warns that the far-right is exploiting coronavirus to recruit new members.” ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation), 11 June 2020. Full text.
Clayton, James. “Amazon, Google and Wish remove neo-Nazi products.” BBC News, 25 July 2020. Mentions the Boogaloo movement (a far-right libertarian militia in the US); a burning rainbow flag, similar to the one used by the LGBT community; the Celtic Cross (a white-supremacist symbol); the Christchurch gunman; and the Ku Klux Klan. Full text.
Cohen, Ben. “Germany Bans Another Neo-Nazi Group in Ongoing Crackdown on Far-Right Extremists.” The Algemeiner, June 24, 2020. On the neo-Nazi Nordadler (Northern Eagle) group, the third far-right group to have been banned by Germany during 2020 following Combat 18 Deutschland and the United German Peoples and Tribes. Full text.
Colborne, Michael. “Far-right combat sports: A dangerous training ground for violence.” Al Jazeera, 9 Oct. 2020. Full text.
Coleman, Justine. “Southern Poverty Law Center reports uptick in white nationalist groups, warns of violence.” The Hill, 3 March 2020. Full text.
Collins, Ben, Brandy Zadrozny, and Emmanuelle Saliba. “White nationalist group posing as antifa called for violence on Twitter.” NBC News, June 1, 2020. On a Twitter account linked to the white nationalist group Identity Evropa. Full text.
“Columnist Owen Jones hits out at far-right extremism as attacker is jailed.” Witney Gazette, July 24, 2020. On violent far right extremist James Healy, who was given a two-year, eight-month prison sentence for affray and assault occasioning actual bodily harm. Full text.
Connor, Richard. “Germany underestimated far-right terror for ‘too long.'” DW, 5 March 2020. Full text.
Cooper, Matthew. “Teen linked to Neo-Nazi groups praised terrorists as ‘saints’ and had searched about guns online, court told.” CoventryLive, 2 September 2020. Mentions League of Nationalists (group to which the 17-year-old from Rugby belongs); Brenton Tarrant (the Christchurch, New Zealand, terrorist); and white supremacy ideology (an ideology which believes its followers should bring about a race war, should accelerate its start, so that the white race can become supreme). Full text.
“Coronavirus: Far-right Rome protest turns briefly violent.” BBC News, 6 June 2020. Full text.
Cortellessa, Eric. “Rising conspiracy theory claims George Soros behind US unrest, ADL says.” The Times of Israel, 2 June 2020. Full text.
Cortellessa, Eric. “US far-right extremists are now calling social distancing a Nazi policy.” The Times of Israel, 17 April 2020. Full text.
Crosse, Jacob. “Far-right militia member arrested for fatally shooting two protesters and wounding a third in Kenosha, Wisconsin.” World Socialist Web Site, 27 August 2020. On Kyle Rittenhouse, charged with the fatal shootings of two protesters and wounding of a third, and the Kenosha Militia, whose call for right-wing forces to arm themselves and confront protesters in Kenosha on Wednesday was promoted on the far-right conspiracy website Infowars. Full text.
Crowcroft, Orlando. “Who is Jaroslaw Kaczynski, the puppet master of Poland’s far-right?” Euronews, 26 June 2020. On Jaroslaw Kaczyński, former Polish prime minister and chief ideologue and strategist of the Law and Justice Party (PiS). Mentions Andrzej Duda (Polish president); Lech Kaczyński (late Polish right-wing president); Law and Justice Party (PiS) (Polish right-wing party, formed by Jaroslaw and Lech Kaczyński); Mateusz Morawiecki (Polish prime minister); Vladimir Putin (Russian President); and United Right (Polish right-wing coalition). Full text.
Crump, James. “Trump appoints far right radio host Sebastian Gorka to education board.” The Independent, July 15, 2020. On Sebastian Gorka, a former Fox News contributor and host of America First with Sebastian Gorka on the conservative broadcaster, Salem Radio Network. Full text.
Cruz, Freddy, and Brett Barrouquere. “Congressional Candidate Marjorie Taylor Greene Has Several Ties to Conspiracy, Hate Groups.” Southern Poverty Law Center, September 9, 2020. On Marjorie Taylor Greene, a former QAnon follower who won the Republican nomination in a primary runoff in Georgia’s 14th Congressional District. Mentions Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) (anti-LGBTQ hate group); Christian Identity; Christian Reconstructionism (a movement which seeks to impose biblical law on society); “Democrat Party” (a right-wing epithet to denigrate Democratic Party members -– the implication being that the party is not democratic in nature); James Alex Fields Jr. (killer of Heather Heyer at the “Unite the Right” rally); Georgia Three Percent Security Force Intel Militia (antigovernment, anti-Muslim group); Gun Owners of America (GOA) (radical right-wing gun rights organization); the Heritage Foundation; Chris Hill (antigovernment militia leader); the House Freedom Fund; Ku Klux Klan; Mass Resistance (anti-LGBTQ hate group); the National Rifle Association (NRA); neo-Nazis; Larry Pratt (GOA founder, linked to the antigovernment militia movement, white supremacist organizations and Christian theocrats); QAnon (a far-right conspiracy theory that allege that a global network of child sex traffickers is orchestrating a plot against President Trump); Second Amendment rights; George Soros (progressive billionaire philanthropist); Soros conspiracy theory (the theory that Soros is funding the destruction of America by “supporting BLM/Antifa/Fake News Media,” as well as financing the destruction of Israel); Donald Trump; and the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in 2017. Full text.
“‘Crying’ US neo-Nazi goes on trial for rape threats in far-right feud.” The Times of Israel, September 23, 2020. On Christopher Cantwell, charged with trying to extort man from rival white supremacist group. Full text.
“Czech Interior Ministry report finds far-right party was the ‘super spreader’ of hate last year.” Translated by Gwendolyn Albert. Romea.cz, 13 July 2020. On the “Freedom and Direct Democracy” (Svoboda a přímá demokracie – SPD) movement of Tomio Okamura. Mentions the Association of Most Residents for Most (Sdružení Mostečané Mostu); the “Europe of Nations and Freedom” conference in Prague, Czech Republic, 16 December 2017; Marine Le Pen (French nationalist right-wing politician); the “National and Social Front”; and Geert Wilders (chair of the Dutch Freedom Party). Full text.
Daalder, Marc. “Army reservist linked to far-right group.” Newsroom (New Zealand), June 25, 2020. On James Fairburn, a former soldier and current Army reservist who participated in far-right activities. Mentions Action Zealandia (anti-Chinese far-right group, formed in July 2019 as a successor to the Dominion Movement); Atomwaffen Division (overseas terror group); Discord (server that is popular with the far right); Dominion Movement (far-right organisation that closed down after the March 15 terror attack); eugenics-based conspiracy theories for the racial origins of Jews; the Great Replacement or white genocide conspiracy theory (theory that a shadowy cabal of elites – often Jews – is fostering mass immigration of non-white people to white-majority countries); United Nations migrant compact (UN agreement opposed by the far-right); Voice of Zealandia (Action Zealandia’s podcast); Wargus Christi (far-right group); and “white genocide” with farmers in South Africa (far-right conspiracy theory that the South African government is committing genocide against its white minority population). Full text and here.
Dafoe, Taylor. “Steve Bannon’s School for Far-Right Populists Can’t Be Evicted From an 800-Year-Old Italian Monastery, a Court Rules.” artnet News, May 27, 2020. On the Academy for the Judeo-Christian West, to be established in a monastery leased to Steve Bannon, Donald Trump’s former chief strategist, and his partner Benjamin Harnwell, a former aide to a conservative British member of the European Parliament. Full text.
“Danish far-right leader Paludan jailed for racism.” BBC News, June 25, 2020. On Rasmus Paludan, head of Denmark’s far-right Stram Kurs (Hard Line) party. Full text.
Dearden, Lizzie. “Far-right extremist who had Christchurch terror attack manifesto was collecting bomb components.” The Independent, 6 May 2020. On Filip Golon Bednarczyk, a Polish national from Luton who pleaded guilty to terror and explosives offences. Mentions Britain First; Adolf Hitler; and the Polish Defence League (an offshoot of the English Defence League). Full text.
Dearden, Lizzie. “Far-right extremists using euphemisms to spread mainstream violent and racist ideas, report warns.” The Independent, 3 May 2020. Mentions the American “alt-right”; anti-immigrants; anti-refugees; Celtic runes (symbol adopted by extremist online networks); the coronavirus pandemic; Patrick Crusius (the El Paso shooter); “ethnocultural identity”; 4chan (imageboard); Generation Identity (Europe-wide group that promotes the “great replacement” theory); the “great replacement” (an alternative version of the white genocide conspiracy theory, whose adherents believe that white people are being eradicated by non-whites either as part of a deliberate plot or due to migration and birth rates); “The Great Replacement” (Brenton Tarrant’s online manifesto); Groyper (cartoon amphibian used as a meme by far-right extremists); “historical revisionists” (far-right euphemism for Holocaust deniers); “it’s okay to be white” (slogan carried on 4chan); Ku Klux Klan; the “memeification” of hatred; “native Europeans” (euphemism for white people, used by the UK branch of Generation Identity; neo-Nazism; the “okay” hand signal (a clandestine symbol of white power which started in 2017 as a 4chan hoax named “Operation O-KKK”; interpreted it as forming the letters W and P, for “White power”); Pepe the Frog (a cartoon meme that first appeared in a 2005 comic but was adapted by the American “alt-right” to become a racist symbol); Brenton Tarrant (the Christchurch shooter); Donald Trump; white supremacism; and Zionists or globalists (far-right euphemisms to refer to Jews). Excerpt.
Dearden, Lizzie. “Inside the UK-based site that has become the far right’s YouTube.” The Independent, 22 July 2020. On BitChute, a British-registered platform for neo-Nazi videos, racism, violence, conspiracy theories and even terrorist propaganda. Mentions anti-vaxxers; AtomWaffen Division (neo-Nazi group); Carl Benjamin (Sargon of Akkad) (Ukip candidate in the European elections); Covid-19 conspiracy theories; the Gab network; Generation Identity (white nationalist group); David Icke (British conspiracy theorist); National Action (terrorist group); Parler (Twitter alternative); Tommy Robinson; Martin Sellner (Generation Identity figure); Ray Vahey (BitChute founder); and VK (Russian Facebook-equivalent). Full text.
Dearden, Lizzie. “National Action: Founders of neo-Nazi terrorist group not prosecuted three years after ban.” The Independent, 30 April 2020. Mentions Atomwaffen Division (US-based neo-Nazi group linked to several murders); Jack Coulson (pipe bomb builder); Alex Davies (National Action co-founder); Zack Davies (National Action supporter); Iron March forum; Christopher Lythgoe (de-facto National Action leader); NS131 (banned National Action spin-off group); Ben Raymond (National Action co-founder); Jack Renshaw (former National Action member jailed for plotting to murder his local MP); Scottish Dawn (banned National Action spin-off group); and System Resistance Network (banned National Action spin-off group). Full text.
Dearden, Lizzie. “New neo-Nazi terrorist groups will emerge as government bans ‘not effective’, experts warn.” The Independent, 26 July 2020. Mentions Atomwaffen Division (US-based neo-Nazi group); Feuerkrieg Division (FKD) (far-right network, proscribed as a terrorist group by the UK earlier this month); “lone wolf” terror attacks; James Mason (neo-Nazi); National Action (first neo-Nazi group banned as a terrorist organisation in Britain in 2016); race war; “Siege culture” (culture based on James Mason’s book Siege); and Telegram (encrypted messaging app). Full text.
Dearden, Lizzie. “Twitter suspends dozens of white nationalist accounts that spread Christchurch shootings conspiracy theory.” The Independent, 11 July 2020. On the far-right group Generation Identity, which calls for a “remigration” of Muslims from Europe and spreads the ‘great replacement theory’ claiming that white people are being eradicated. Mentions David Duke (former KKK leader); “The Great Replacement” (the title of a manifesto posted by Brenton Tarrant before the Christchurch shooting); the Identitarian Movement (formerly the UK branch of Generation Identity); Martin Sellner (leader of the Austrian branch of Generation Identity); and Brenton Tarrant (the Christchurch shooter). Full text.
Dearden, Lizzie. “UK saw highest number of far-right terror attacks and plots in Europe in 2019, Europol says.” The Independent, 23 June 2020. Full text.
Demony, Catarina. “Far right takes to Lisbon streets to deny racism is a problem.” Reuters, June 27, 2020. On the Chega (Enough) party, Portugal’s far-right party, and its leader Andre Ventura. Full text.
De Simone, Daniel. “Order of Nine Angles: What is this obscure Nazi Satanist group?” BBC News, 23 June 2020. Full text.
De Simone, Daniel, and Ali Winston. “Neo-Nazi militant group grooms teenagers.” BBC News, 22 June 2020. On The Base, an underground neo-Nazi organisation. Mentions accelerationism (white supremacist ideology which predicts and seeks to accelerate racial warfare, requiring followers to prepare for conflict and social breakdown); Atomwaffen Division (U.S. neo-Nazi group); Matthew Baccari (alias ‘Mathias’) (creator of Fascist Forge); Adolf Hitler; Iron March (now-defunct web forum); Mein Kampf (book by Adolf Hitler); National Action (banned British neo-Nazi group); Rinaldo Nazzaro (American founder of The Base); and Sonnenkrieg Division (banned British neo-Nazi group). Full text.
De Simone, Daniel, Andrei Soshnikov, and Ali Winston. “Neo-Nazi Rinaldo Nazzaro running US militant group The Base from Russia.” BBC News, 24 January 2020. Mentions acceleration; The Base (US-based militant neo-Nazi group, founded around July 2018); National Action (outlawed British terrorist group); Rinaldo Nazzaro (alias “Norman Spear” and “Roman Wolf”) (American founder of The Base); race war; white ethno-state; and “white homeland.” Full text.
Dickson, E.J. “Far-Right ‘Boogaloo Boys’ Are Trying to Incite Violence at Protests.” Rolling Stone, June 5, 2020. On three self-identified boogaloo boys who were arrested in Nevada for conspiracy to instigate violence at a George Floyd protest. Full text.
DiManno, Rosie. “Far-right radicals visit violence on police in the U.S.” The Star (Toronto), June 19, 2020. Full text.
“Disturbing Data From Statistics Canada Shows Anti-Indigenous Hate Crimes Are On The Rise.” PressProgress, March 5, 2020. Full text.
Doherty, Ben. “Asio boss warns of rising foreign interference and far-right extremism in Australia.” The Guardian, 24 Feb. 2020. On an annual threat assessment address delivered in Canberra by Mike Burgess, the director general of the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (Asio). Full text.
Donaghue, Erin. “Racially-motivated violent extremists elevated to ‘national threat priority,’ FBI director says.” CBS News, February 5, 2020. Full text.
Doward, Jamie. “Far right hijack coronavirus crisis to push agenda and boost support.” The Guardian, 25 Apr. 2020. Mentions anti-immigration; Arktos (neo-Nazi publisher); Britain First (British far-right group); Nick Griffin (BNP’s former leader); Identitarian Movement Austria (far-right group); “the JQ” (term used by some far-right organisations for the “Jewish question”); the Knights Templar International (British far-right group); and Martin Sellner (leader of the Identitarian Movement Austria). Full text.
Doward, Jamie, and Mark Townsend. “The UK social media platform where neo-Nazis can view terror atrocities.” The Observer, 28 June 2020. On BitChute. Mentions “Britfam” (network of British users on Gab which is used by far-right extremists to circulate racism, antisemitism and Holocaust denial); the Christchurch mosque shootings; David Copeland (British terrorist); Gab (social media platform created in 2016); the “great replacement” conspiracy theory (conspiracy theory which alleges that Jewish organisations and synagogues are using mass immigration to undermine white western nations); Katie Hopkins (political commentator); Thomas Mair (British terrorist); National Action (proscribed far-right terrorist group); Parler (social media platform increasingly synonymous with the alt-right); Tommy Robinson (far-right activist); Telegram (messaging service); Andrew Torba (chief executive of Gab); and Ray Vahey (founder and chief executive of BitChute). Full text.
Duffy, Mike. “Other local extremist groups a threat despite focus on ‘Proud Boys.'” abc10.com, October 1, 2020. Mentions the American Identity Movement; Andrew Casarez (Bowl Patrol member); the Charleston church shooting; the Patriot Front; and the Proud Boys (a nationalist, neo-fascist group). Full text.
Duffy, Nick. “Far-right football hooligan jailed over attack on Guardian columnist Owen Jones.” inews.co.uk, July 24, 2020. On the sentencing of James Healy, a violent homophobic far right extremist. Full text.
Dunai, Marton, and Krisztina Than. “Hungary’s far-right prime minister Viktor Orban endorses Trump.” The Independent, 21 September 2020. Full text.
Durden, Tyler. “DHS Grants Millions To Groups Fighting ‘Right-Wing Extremism.'” Zero Hedge, Oct. 4, 2020. On news that the Targeted Violence and Terrorism Prevention program of the Department of Homeland Security has agreed to provide $10 million in grants to organizations such as Life After Hate, the School of Communication at American University, and the Counter Extremism Project, which combat far-right extremism and white supremacy. Full text.
Durkee, Alison. “Twitter Permanently Bans Former KKK Leader David Duke.” Forbes, July 31, 2020. Full text.
“Eleven dead in suspected far-right terrorist attacks in Germany.” European Observatory of Crime and Security (EU-OCS), February 20, 2020. On a shooting spree that authorities are treating as a hate crime in the German city of Hanau and the suspect, identified as Tobias R. Full text.
Embury-Dennis, Tom. “Germany mass shooting: Man who shot nine dead at Hanau shisha bars had far-right views, confession letter reveals.” The Independent, 20 February 2020. On a gunman suspected of shooting at least nine people dead at two shisha bars in the German city of Hanau. Full text.
Engel, Richard, and Luke Denne. “Neo-Nazis from U.S. and Europe build far-right links at concerts in Germany.” NBC News, March 22, 2020. Full text.
erangadot. “Boogaloo and other considerably-correct extremists use violence to try to inflame protests.” MY BIP, 18 June 2020. Full text.
Erickson, Briana. “War hero ‘Bo’ Gritz reflects on Ruby Ridge siege 28 years later.” Las Vegas Review-Journal, September 18, 2020. Full text.
Evans, Robert, and Jason Wilson. “Patriot Coalition: Leaked Messages Show Far-Right Group’s Plans for Portland Violence.” bellingcat, September 23, 2020. On chat logs from the Patriot Coalition of Oregon, a network of pro-Trump, pro-police activists founded in the summer of 2020. Full text.
“Explosives accused ‘interested in white supremacy.'” BBC News, 15 September 2020. On Russell Wadge, charged with possessing explosive devices and chemical weapons. Mentioning books describing how to make improvised plastic explosives, three jars of gunpowder and the ingredients to make a “very dangerous explosive” called TATP (triacetone triperoxide). Full text.
“Extremist groups encourage members to spread coronavirus to police, Jews: FBI alert.” ABC7 San Francisco, March 23, 2020. Full text.
“Extremist groups in Alberta ’emboldened’: Canadian Anti-Hate Network.” CityNews, Sept. 30, 2020. Full text.
“Extremists Are Using Facebook to Organize for Civil War Amid Coronavirus.” Tech Transparency Project, April 22, 2020. Mentions The Anarchist Cookbook (document with instructions on bomb making); anti-quarantine protests; the “boogaloo” (or “boog,” “big igloo,” and “boojihadeen”) (the term that far-right extremists use to describe a coming civil war); Aaron Swenson (Arkansas man who was arrested after live-streaming himself on Facebook looking for a police officer to kill); Thicc Boog Line (boogaloo clothing brand, founded in October 2019); President Donald Trump; and Yeetalonians (document which offers advice on what weapons should be used, what propaganda to distribute, and how to psychologically win over civilians to the cause of the boogaloo). Full text.
“Facebook removes accounts of far-right group Patriot Prayer.” Yahoo News, September 4, 2020. Full text.
Fallon, Katy. “Greece braces for historic verdict on far-right Golden Dawn group.” Al Jazeera, 6 Oct. 2020. Full text.
“Far-right Danish group burns Quran in unauthorized demonstration in Sweden.” Daily Sabah, Sept. 10, 2020. Mentions the Danish Defence League; Danish Hard Line (Stram Kurs) party; Rasmus Paludan (Hard Line leader); and Stop Islamization of Norway (SIAN) (Islamophobic group). Full text.
“Far right Georgian March movement, known for its anti-LGBT activities, creates political party.” Agenda.ge, 2 July 2020. On the creation of the Georgian March – National Movement. Full text.
“Far-right German group planned mosque attacks similar to Christchurch massacre.” The New Zealand Herald, 18 Feb. 2020. On Der harte Kern (The Hard Core), a German far-right group, and its alleged ringleader, Werner S., whose plotted attacks were designed to provoke retaliation which the group wanted to spiral into civil war. Full text.
“Far-right protesters in London do Nazi salutes as they ‘defend’ war memorial.” SBS News (Special Broadcasting Service, Australia), 14 June 2020. Full text.
“Far-right Síol na hÉireann registered as private company and may be breaching fundraising laws.” The Beacon, 21 July 2020. Mentions the “Great Replacement” conspiracy theory; Niall McConnell (Donegal-based Síol na hÉireann leader); and Síol na hÉireann (Irish far-right anti-immigration, pro-Christian group). Full text.
“Far-right suspect admits killing German politician.” Voice Of Vienna, Aug. 6, 2020. On an open-court confession by far-right sympathiser Stephan Ernst, who, along with co-defendant Markus H, is accused of murdering pro-migrant Christian Democrat politician Walter Lübcke. Full text.
“Far-Right US Facebook Groups Pivot to Attacks on Black Lives Matter.” Voice of America, July 5, 2020. Full text.
“Far-right US group jubilant at Trump name-check, appears to gear up for violence.” The Times of Israel, 30 September 2020. On the Proud Boys. Full text.
“Far-right US soldier charged with plot to start a war with Turkey.” TRT World, June 24, 2020. On Ethan Melzer, a US soldier accused of planning a “false flag” “jihadist” attack at their base in Turkey with a view to triggering a breakdown of relations between the two countries and causing a wider war in the Middle East. Mentions Aryan Nation (far-right organisation); Fourth Reich (far-right organisation); Ku Klux Klan (far-right group founded in 1866 by Confederate war veterans); National Alliance (far-right organisation); National Socialist Movement (far-right organisation); and Order of the Nine Angles (O9A) (neo-Nazi and satanist group). Full text.
Feldman, Ari. “How did the American Jewish Congress hire a budding white nationalist?” The Forward, August 5, 2020. On Gavin Wax. Full text.
Feuer, Alan. “U.S. Army Soldier Charged in Neo-Nazi Plot to Attack Fellow Troops.” The New York Times, June 22, 2020. On Ethan Phelan Melzer. Mentions Atomwaffen (neo-Nazi organization); The Base (neo-Nazi organization); Christopher Hasson (Coast Guard lieutenant and self-described white nationalist convicted of federal gun and drug charges); Adolf Hitler; the Order of the Nine Angles, or O9A (Britain-based group described by prosecutors as “an occult-based neo-Nazi and racially motivated violent extremist group”); RapeWaffen Division (neo-Nazi organization); and Telegram (encrypted app favored by extremist groups). Full text.
“Finland’s Supreme Court orders Nordic Resistance Movement to cease and desist.” Helsinki Times, 23 September 2020. On the Nordic Resistance Movement, a neo-Nazi organisation with members in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. Full text.
“Finland’s top court bans violent neo-Nazi group.” Daily Sabah, September 22, 2020. On the Finnish chapter of the Nordic Resistance Movement (NMR), a neo-Nazi organization founded in 1997 in Sweden as the Swedish Resistance Movement and active in the Nordic countries. Full text.
Folley, Aris. “FBI warns white supremacists encouraging members to spread coronavirus to law enforcement, Jews: report.” The Hill, March 22, 2020. Full text.
“France’s Far-Right Party Convicted of Fraud.” Courthouse News Service, June 16, 2020. On the conviction and fining of Marine Le Pen’s National Front (since renamed the National Rally) for misuse of assets during the 2012 parliamentary elections. Full text.
Francescani, Chris. “QAnon’s growth mirrors sharp spike in far-right extremist violence in US: Experts.” ABC News, September 22, 2020. On QAnon’s penetration of mainstream American culture and politics as comparable to the spread of anti-Communism. Mentions the alt right; the John Birch Society; Fredrick Brennan (the creator of 8chan and now an active critic of QAnon); 8chan (the anonymous imageboard site where “Q drops” first appeared in 2017); 4chan; Kekistan; Sen. Joseph McCarthy; McCarthyism; the Proud Boys (a far-right white identity group that has clashed frequently with Black Lives Matter demonstrators across the nation); the second “Red scare”; and the Unite the White rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in 2017. Full text.
Frenkel, Sheera, and Tiffany Hsu. “Facebook Tried to Limit QAnon. It Failed.” The New York Times, Sept. 18, 2020. Full text.
Fürstenau, Marcel. “How the German media failed the victims of far-right NSU terror.” Deutsche Welle (DW), 9 Sept. 2020. Full text.
Gafni, Matthias, and Alejandro Serrano. “New details in killing of officers in Oakland, Santa Cruz: Suspects linked to right-wing extremist group.” SFChronicle.com, June 17, 2020. On Steven Carrillo, a Travis Air Force Base staff sergeant and purported follower of the anti-government extremist Boogaloo movement. Full text.
Gaisenkersting, Dietmar. “German court and state prosecutor ignore evidence of far-right terrorist network in Lübcke trial.” World Socialist Web Site, 14 August 2020. On neo-Nazi Stephan Ernst’s trial for the murder of Walter Lübcke. Mentions Alternative for Germany (AfD) (German far-right party); Combat 18 (now prohibited neo-Nazi group); the Free Comrades of Kassel (neo-Nazi organisation); Markus Hartmann (accused of assisting the murder); Heinrich Himmler; Karl Heinz Hofmann (right-wing extremist and 1970s leader of the Military Sport Group Hofmann); Holocaust denial; Gundolf Köhler (right-wing terrorist who carried out the Octoberfest bombing); the Military Sport Group Hofmann; the National Democratic Party (NPD) (German far-right party); the National Socialist Underground (NSU) (neo-Nazi group); Pegida movement (far-right movement); Alexander S. (neo-Nazi and NPD activist); Threema (encrypted messenger service); the “Werewolf” (organisation established by Heinrich Himmler); and Zyklon-B (gas used on millions in the Nazis’ concentration camps). Full text.
Gaisenkersting, Dietmar. “Germany halts preliminary proceedings on 1980 Oktoberfest attack.” World Socialist Web Site, 15 July 2020. Full text.
Gallagher, Conor. “The far right rises: Its growth as a political force in Ireland.” The Irish Times, Sept. 19, 2020. Mentions Antifa (short for Anti-Fascist) (a left-wing, decentralised protest movement which has gained prominence in the US in recent years for aggressively, and sometimes violently, protesting against the far right); anti-lockdown protests; Justin Barrett (National Party leader); 4Chan (an online discussion board infamous for its unrestrained racism); Generation Identity (apparently defunct group); the “great replacement” conspiracy theory (anti-Semitic theory stating that western governments are intentionally replacing their native populations with immigrants); Katie Hopkins (prominent right-wing personality); the Irish Freedom Party (anti-EU party, launched in 2018); Hermann Kelly (Irish Freedom Party leader); Niall McConnell (sheep farmer, Siol na hÉireann founder, and YouTuber); “monocultural” Irish society; National Party (Irish nationalist party founded in 2016); NDP (German fascist party); “normies” (name given by far-right activists to the general public); Noua Dreapta (Romanian fascist party); Gemma O’Doherty (former journalist and far-right figure, banned from YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter); Michael O’Keeffe (online pseudonym Chopper) (Irish far right activist); Viktor Orban; Patriot Analytica (O’Keeffe’s loose collective of far-right activists); the QAnon conspiracy theory (a belief that the highest levels of government has been taken over by paedophiles); Siol na hÉireann (Donegal-based far-right group); George Soros (Jewish philanthropist); Soros conspiracy theory (the theory that Soros was behind a plan to flood Ireland with immigrants); Telegram (a platform popular among the Irish far right); and Donald Trump. Full text.
Gallagher, Conor. “Garda concerned over increasing participation of far-right in anti-mask protests.” The Irish Times, Sept. 19, 2020. Mentions Antifa (decentralised left-wing protest); anti-mask rallies; and the Irish branch of Generation Identity (a now seemingly defunct white nationalist organisation which focused on street activism). Full text.
Galloway, Anthony. “‘Emerging issue’: AFP warns children being influenced by right-wing extremism.” The Sydney Morning Herald, July 9, 2020. On a proposed bill reducing the age at which the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) could compulsorily question a minor from 16 to 14 if they were suspected of planning a politically motivated attack. Full text.
Garay, Javier. “Neo-Nazi Sentenced to 25 Years for Shooting Black Man in Racist Attack.” Black News Alerts, September 24, 2020. On Brandon Higgs, a white supremacist from Maryland. Mentions the Identitarian movement and the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. Full text.
Gardham, Duncan. “Far-right extremist found with Christchurch manifesto pleads guilty to explosives charge.” Sky News, 7 May 2020. On Filip Golon Bednarczyk, who was found with bomb-making chemicals and two separate binders containing 240 pages of bomb-making instructions across 62 documents and who pleaded guilty to one charge of possessing an explosive substance and seven charges of collecting information useful for terrorism. Full text.
Gartrell, Nate. “Steven Carrillo, Boogaloo-associated suspect in killing of two Bay Area officers, has first court appearance in federal death penalty case.” The Mercury News, June 23, 2020. Full text.
Gartrell, Nate, and Julia Prodis Sulek. “Suspect in Santa Cruz ambush linked to federal officer killing in Oakland; charged with 19 felonies.” The Mercury News, June 11, 2020. On Steven Carrillo, a U.S. Air Force sergeant accused of ambushing Santa Cruz County deputies who is also believed to be the gunman who shot a federal officer in Oakland. Mentions the “Boogaloo” movement, which considers itself a libertarian anti-government citizen militia that is preparing for the next American civil war. Full text.
Gatopoulos, Derek, and Elena Becatoros. “Greek court rules that Golden Dawn party is a criminal group.” AP News, October 7, 2020. Full text.
Gayle, Damien, and Molly Blackall. “Coronavirus sceptics, conspiracy theorists and anti-vaxxers protest in London.” The Guardian, 29 Aug. 2020. Full text.
German, Jeff. “Boogaloo arrests reveal new extremist agenda to hijack protests.” Las Vegas Review-Journal, June 6, 2020. Full text.
“German Army Special Forces Unit to Be Disbanded Over Far-right Links.” Haaretz, 30 June 2020. On a persistent problem of far-right extremism in the second company of elite KSK special forces. Full text.
“German far-right youth receive combat training in Russia: Report.” Al Jazeera, 5 June 2020. Mentions the National Democratic Party (NPD) (German far-right party); Partisan (RIM-operated paramilitary training camp near the Russian city of St Petersburg); the Russian Imperial Movement (RIM) (far-right group); and The Third Way (German right-wing party). Full text.
“German Neo-Nazis Training in Russia; Who Is Maik Muller that Has Ties to Kosovo?” Albanian Daily News, June 7, 2020. Mentions European anti-globalization movements; the European Solidarity Front for Kosovo (ESFK) movement (a movement that propagates and organizes protests against Kosovo, as well as collects material aid for Serbs in Kosovo); Maik Muller (also known as ‘Maximilian Brown’) (one of the NDP leaders who has ties to Kosovo and the president of ESFK); National Democratic Party (NPD) (German far-right or neo-Nazi party); Partisa (special paramilitary camp near St Petersburg, operated by RIM); Vladimir Putin (Russian President); Russian Imperial Movement (RIM) (Russian far-right group; on the U.S. list of global terrorist groups); The Third Way (German rightwing party); and “white supremacy.” Full text.
“Germany: 1980 Oktoberfest bombing a ‘far-right attack.'” Deutsche Welle (DW), 8 July 2020. On the reopening of the investigation of Gundolf Köhler, during which information from 1008 witnesses and victims, 888 clues, and 300,000 documents were reviewed. Mentions Adolf Hitler (former Nazi leader); national socialism; and Wehrsportgruppe Hoffmann (banned neo-Nazi militia group). Full text.
“Germany security report: Number of right-wing extremists sharply rose in 2019.” Deutsche Welle (DW), 9 July 2020. On findings by Germany’s Office for the Protection of the Constitution (BfV) which identified 32,080 right-wing extremists in Germany in 2019, up from 24,100 the year before. Mentions the “Flügel”, or Wing, faction of Germany’s far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party. Full text.
“Germany to overhaul elite army force tied to right-wing extremism.” Deutsche Welle (DW), 30 June 2020. On the disbanding of one of four combat companies of the Germany’s Bundeswehr’s Special Forces Command (KSK) special forces, a unit linked to far-right extremism. Full text.
“Germany’s far right protest COVID rules and storm parliament.” Christian Science Monitor, August 30, 2020. Full text.
Gertz, Bill. “State Department targets Russian group for links to U.S. white nationalists.” Washington Times, April 6, 2020. On the designation of the Russian Imperial Movement, a Russian ultranationalist group as a terrorist organization. Full text.
Gessler, Paul. “FBI: Maryland Man Frank Perry, With Alleged Links To Far-Right ‘Boogaloo’ Movement, Arrested On Federal Gun Charges.” CBS Baltimore, October 9, 2020. On Frank William Robertson Perry. Full text.
Gifford, Storm. “Steve Bannon, Stephen Miller-cited author Jean Raspail, controversial writer of ‘The Camp of the Saints,’ dead at 94.” New York Daily News, June 13, 2020. Full text.
Graham-McLay, Charlotte. “Christchurch gunman planned to burn mosques down, New Zealand police say.” The Guardian, 23 Aug. 2020. On a court punishment hearing for Brenton Tarrant, who pleaded guilty in March this year to 51 counts of murder, 40 of attempted murder and a charge of terrorism. Full text.
“Greek far-right party Golden Dawn ruled a criminal organization, supporter convicted of murder.” CBS News, October 7, 2020. Full text.
Greene, Andrew. “Right-wing extremists using Islamic State tactics to recruit, ASIO warns, amid spike in surveillance.” ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation), September 22, 2020. In part, on Australia as the only country inside the “Five-Eyes” intelligence network (which includes the United States, United Kingdom, Canada and New Zealand) which had not officially proscribed any right-wing extremist group as a terrorist organisation. Full text.
Greenspan, Rachel E. “Who is Q? A popular theory says QAnon’s ringleader is the owner of a forum that hosted mass shooters. Experts doubt the revelation would change the movement.” Insider, October 7, 2020. On the theory that Jim Watkins, the owner of fringe forum 8kun, is the potential voice behind ‘Q.’ Full text.
Grisar, P.J. “Over 120 Neo-Nazi band pages found active on Facebook.” The Forward, July 10, 2020. Full text.
Guzman, Joseph. “Twitter bans former KKK leader David Duke permanently.” The Hill, July 31, 2020. On the banning of David Duke, the leader of the white supremacist group European American Unity and Rights Organization, for repeatedly violating the social media platform’s hate speech rules. Full text.
Hassan, Adeel. “White Supremacist Guilty of Killing 2 Who Came to Aid of Black Teens.” The New York Times, Feb. 21, 2020. On Jeremy Christian. Full text.
“Hate Group Leaders, Antigovernment Extremists Push Anti-China Coronavirus Rhetoric.” Southern Poverty Law Center, March 24, 2020. Full text.
Hawker, Luke. “Twenty-nine German police suspended for sharing pictures of Hitler in far-right group chat.” Express, Sept. 16, 2020. Full text.
Hayward, Mark. “Far-right activist Cantwell guilty of online threatening, extortion.” New Hampshire Union Leader, Sept. 28, 2020. Mentions the Bowl Gang or Bowl Patrol (online discussion group identifies with Dylann Roof); Cheddarmane (the alleged victim); Vic Mackey (Bowl Patrol leader); Radical Agenda (Cantwell’s radio show); Dylann Roof (killer of nine Black churchgoers in Charleston, S.C., in 2015); and the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Va., in 2017. Full text.
Healy, Shaylin. “Report shows how Bellevue-based foundation helped fund the alt-right.” The Watchdog, March 2, 2020. Mentions “academic” racism; the ‘alt-right’ movement; the Cato Institute (libertarian group); the Expolitics Institute (conspiracy-theory oriented organization); the Farsight Institute (extraterrestrial-oriented organization); Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) (a group founded by John Tanton); the Charles Martel Society (organization established by William Regnery II and publisher of the Occidental Quarterly); the National Policy Institute (NPI) (organization established by William Regnery II and currently directed by Richard Spencer); New Century Foundation (organization which publicly advocates for white separatism, eugenics, and restrictions on legal immigration); the Occidental Quarterly (pseudoscientific journal with a focus on “race science”); the Reason Foundation (libertarian group); Robert P. Rotella (libertarian philanthropist); Richard Spencer (infamous neo-Nazi ); John Tanton (eugenicist); President Trump; Turning Point USA (conservative group); white “ethnostate”; and white nationalism. Full text.
Henderson, Alex. “These 5 far-right extremist groups could pose a national security threat in the run up to the election.” AlterNet, October 9, 2020. On The Boogaloo Bois, Qanon, The Proud Boys, The Three Percenters movement, and The Wolverine Watchmen. Full text and here.
Hendrickson, Clara. “How social media played a critical role in Gov. Whitmer kidnap plot.” Detroit Free Press, Oct. 10, 2020. Full text.
Henley, Jon. “Support for Eurosceptic parties doubles in two decades across EU.” The Guardian, 2 Mar. 2020. Full text.
Hern, Alex. “YouTube bans David Duke and other US far-right users.” The Guardian, 30 June 2020. On the termination of six channels with supremacist content that ‘repeatedly violated’ the site’s policy on hate speech: personal accounts of former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke, “alt-right” figurehead Richard Spencer, and libertarian “race realist” Stefan Molyneux; Spencer’s Radix organisation; and two channels belonging to far-right publication American Renaissance. Full text.
Holland, Mairead. “Activists ‘evict’ Far-Right Irish party as it sets up stall in centre of Belfast.” Belfast Telegraph, July 27, 2020. On the Irish Freedom Party (IFP). Full text.
Holt, Jared. “The Post Millennial and Jack Posobiec’s Oddly Close Relationship.” Right Wing Watch, September 11, 2020. On The Post Millennial, a right-wing Canadian news site gaining fans among the U.S. far-right, and its relationship with far-right propagandist and One America News Network (OANN) figure Jack Posobiec. Full text.
Holt, Jared. “The Post Millennial: The Latest Canadian Outlet Serving Rage Bait to Far-Right America.” Right Wing Watch, September 10, 2020. On The Post Millennial, a Canadian web publication founded in 2017 by Matthew Azrieli and Seyed Ali Taghva. Full text.
Höppner, Jana. “Germany: The right-wing hatred of women.” Deutsche Welle (DW), July 28, 2020. Full text.
Hudson, John. “U.S. labels a white-supremacist group ‘terrorist’ for the first time.” The Washington Post, April 6, 2020. On the designation of the Russian Imperial Movement, an ultranationalist movement based in Russia, as a terrorist organization, and the designation of group leaders Stanislav Anatolyevich Vorobyev, Denis Valliullovich Gariev, and Nikolay Nikolayevich Trushchalov as terrorists. Full text.
Hume, Tim. “Germany’s Far-Right Is Fired Up After Its Fantasy Almost Came True.” VICE News, September 2, 2020. On the far-right dream of storming the Germany’s parliament building. Full text.
Hume, Tim. “It’s Not All Bad: Coronavirus Shut Down Europe’s Neo-Nazi Music Festival Scene.” VICE News, May 7, 2020. On the postponement of Fortress Europe, a two-night event in Kyiv, organized by the Kyiv-based music label Militant Zone and far-right clothing brand Svastone. Mentions anti-lockdown protests; Asgardsrei (a neo-Nazi festival, organized by Militant Zone and Svastone); Bronson (Italian hardcore band affiliated with the neo-fascist Casa Pound movement); Celtic cross (white power symbol); Kategorie C (German far-right act associated with the hooligan scene); M8L8TH (Ukrainian “National Socialist black metal” band); mixed-martial arts (MMA) tournaments; Nazi black sun (white power symbol); Path of Resistance (German “National Socialist hardcore” band); Axel Schlimper (far-right activist); and the “Shield and Sword” festival (neo-Nazi festival, held on the anniversary of Hitler’s birthday on April 21, 2018 in Ostritz, Germany). Full text.
Hume, Tim. “Ukraine’s Secret Service Busts Neo-Nazi Cell Inspired By Christchurch Shooter.” VICE News, June 18, 2020. On the arrest of a network of neo-Nazi admirers of the Christchurch terrorist Brenton Tarrant. Full text and here.
“In Hungary, students must now read fascist literature.” Indo & NY, 2 March 2020. On the inclusion of anti-Semitic nationalist writers Ferenc Herczeg, Albert Wass, and József Nyír on Hungary’s new National Basic Curriculum for literature. Full text.
“‘The Infodemic’: Ireland’s weak far-right hopes to gain from online conspiracies and misinformation.” TheJournal.ie, September 19, 2020. Mentions anti-lockdown demonstrations; the Auckland mosque shooter; Justin Barrett (National Party leader); Britain First (extremist British group); Dolores Cahill (Irish Freedom Party’s chairperson); Jim Dowson (Scottish loyalist and Britain First founder); Forza Nuova (Italian party); Bill Gates (billionaire Microsoft founder accused of pushing for “enforced government vaccinations” as a method of population control and of being influenced by Nazi eugenics programmes); German National Democratic Party (NDP) (far-right, ultra-nationalist party); ‘The Great Replacement’ (manifesto of the Auckland mosque shooter); the ‘Great Replacement’ theory (a white nationalist, far-right conspiracy theory that the white American and European populations are being systematically ‘replaced’ by non-whites through policies developed by global liberal elites); Nick Griffin (British fascist and former leader of the British National Party); “Ireland belongs to the Irish” (National Party slogan); the Irish Freedom Party (also known as the Irexit Freedom Party) (small far-right anti-EU party, founded in 2016); Hermann Kelly (Nigel Farage’s former advisor and Irish Freedom Party founder); Niall McConnell (Donegal sheep farmer and Síol na hEireann leader); the National Party (anti-immigration party); ‘Pizzagate’ (the theory, started in 2016, that a satanic cabal of paedophiles was being run out of the basement of pizza joints in New Jersey and Brooklyn); “plandemic” (the idea that the pandemic is real, but also is part of a plan of social control by Big Government or Bill Gates); Proud Boys (fascist group); Qanon (shorthand for a web of far-right conspiracy theories, at the heart of which is the belief that a network of Satan-worshipping paedophiles exists at the centre of global power); Síol na hEireann (or ‘the Irish Patriots’) (tiny ultra-Catholic faction); Donald Trump; and Youth Defence (ultra-conservative Catholic anti-abortion group). Full text.
Inskeep, Steve, Simone Popperl, and Lilly Quiroz. “Former DHS Official: Trump Pouring ‘Fuel On The Fire’ Of Domestic Extremism.” Morning Edition -NPR, September 2, 2020. On Elizabeth Neumann’s charges that the White House has not addressed the threat of domestic extremism, particularly what Neumann referred to as “right-wing extremism.” Full text.
“Irish anti-maskers coordinating with German group Querdenken which has links to far-right extremists.” The Beacon, 22 Aug. 2020. On Health Freedom Ireland (HFI), founded by Kelly Johnson and Maeve Murran earlier this year, which is opposed to Ireland’s COVID-19 legislation, and Querdenken-711, a German anti-lockdown and anti-mask protest group founded in April of this year by Michael Ballweg. Full text.
“Italian far-right extremist sentenced to life for deadly Bologna bombing.” The Local, 10 January 2020. On the Armed Revolutionary Nucleus (NAR) (Italian far-right group) and Gilberto Cavallini (former member of NAR convicted for his part in the Bologna train station bombing in August 1980). Full text.
Jepson, Kris. “Teenage neo-nazi terrorist who planned arson spree given six year sentence.” ITV News Tyne Tees, 7 January 2020. On the sentencing of a teenage Neo-Nazi from Durham to six years and eight months in custody after being convicted of six terror offences. Mentions accelerationism (an ideology put forward by white supremacists which calls for direct violent action in the name of Neo-Nazi or white supremacism); Anders Breivik (far right terrorist); “guerrilla warfare”; Adolf Hitler; Mein Kampf (Hitler); “occult” neo-Nazism; “political violence”; and “Storm 88 – A Manual For Practical And Sensible Guerrilla Warfare Against The Kike System In The Durham City Area, Sieg Heil” (the teenage Neo-Nazi’s manifesto). Full text.
Johnson, Miles. “Giorgia Meloni emerges as challenger to Salvini on Italian right.” Financial Times, June 4, 2020. Full text.
Johnston, Raymond. “Right-wing politician Okamura’s YouTube channel canceled, Facebook ponders similar move.” Expats.cz, July 27, 2020. Full text.
Jones, Sarah. “This Obscure Foundation Helped Fund The Alt-Right.” New York Magazine, Feb. 18, 2020. On libertarian donor Robert P. Rotella. Full text.
Jordans, Frank. “German officials: Thousands of far-right extremists joined virus protest.” The Times of Israel, Sept. 10, 2020. Full text.
Jordans, Sonja. “German far-right suspect admits to killing pro-refugee politician.” Deutsche Welle (DW), 5 Aug. 2020. On Stephan Ernst’s in-court confession during his trial for the murder of regional politician Walter Lübcke. Full text.
Joseph, Cameron. “Kanye West’s Senior Campaign Adviser Also Aided Far-Right Swedish Nationalists.” VICE News, September 11, 2020. On GOP operative Gregg Keller, who has helped advise the Sweden Democrats, a far-right nationalist Swedish political party whose main platform is opposition to immigration and multiculturalism. Full text.
Kalan, Dariusz. “How the far-right could be kingmaker in Poland’s knife edge presidential election.” Euronews, 10 July 2020. Mentions anti-LGBT; Krzysztof Bosak (far-right Confederation candidate); Confederation (a far-right coalition between the KORWiN party and the National Movement); “cultural cohesion” (Bosak’s euphemism for expelling minorities); Andrzej Duda (far right incumbent Polish president); KORWiN party (paleolibertarian and Eurosceptic party); Law and Justice (PiS) (right-wing Polish party); the National Movement (Ruch Narodowy) (far-right alliance); and Nowy porz dek (A New Order) (Krzysztof Bosak’s electoral manifesto). Full text.
Kamel, Zachary, Mack Lamoureux, and Ben Makuch. “‘Eco-fascist’ Arm of Neo-Nazi Terror Group, The Base, Linked to Swedish Arson.” VICE, Jan. 29, 2020. Mentions The Base (American neo-Nazi terror group); the Christchurch shooter; the Christchurch shooter’s manifesto; “direct action” (shorthand in white-nationalist militant circles for acts of terrorism); “eco-fascism” (far-right ideology which blames the demise of the environment on overpopulation, immigration, and over-industrialization, problems that followers think could be partly remedied through the mass murder of refugees in Western countries); eco-fascist cell’s manifesto; “eco-terrorists” (white-nationalist militants whose acts of terrorism include the burning of fur farms and other animal product factories); and Roman Wolf/Norman Spear (leader of The Base). Full text and here.
Kang Jae-gu and Jung Hwan-bong. “S. Korea’s far right planning massive rallies despite assembly ban amid rise in COVID-19 cases.” The Hankyoreh, Sept. 7, 2020. Mentions Freedom Union, 10 Million People’s Campaign for Releasing the Innocent (affiliated with the Our Republican Party), and the Taegukki Revolutionary People’s Campaign Headquarters. Full text.
Kanno-Youngs, Zolan. “F.B.I. Director Warns of Russian Interference and White Supremacist Violence.” The New York Times, Sept. 17, 2020. On testimony by Christopher A. Wray, the director of the F.B.I., before the House Homeland Security Committee. Full text.
Kanno-Youngs, Zolan. “Homeland Security Chief Denies Downplaying White Supremacist Threat.” The New York Times, Sept. 23, 2020. On Chad Wolf, the acting secretary of homeland security, who denied allegations made by the department’s former intelligence chief, Brian Murphy that Wolf and his deputy, Kenneth T. Cuccinelli, suppressed a report that white supremacist extremists represented a lethal domestic terrorist threat. Full text.
Kanno-Youngs, Zolan, and Nicholas Fandos. “D.H.S. Downplayed Threats From Russia and White Supremacists, Whistle-Blower Says.” The New York Times, Sept. 9, 2020. In part, on Brian Murphy’s claims in a whistle-blower complaint that Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II of the Department of Homeland Security ordered him to modify the section on white supremacy in a threat assessment to make the threat of white supremacy “appear less severe” and to include information on violent “left-wing” groups and antifa. Full text.
Karp, Paul. “Asio reveals up to 40% of its counter-terrorism cases involve far-right violent extremism.” The Guardian, 22 Sept. 2020. Full text.
Karp, Paul. “‘Like the Stasi’: rightwing thinktank challenges Australia’s foreign influence transparency scheme.” The Guardian, 9 Sept. 2020. Mentions Janet Albrechtsen (Institute of Public Affairs chairperson); the American Conservative Union (ACU) (Cpac sponsor); the Australian Conservative Political Action Conference (Cpac); Andrew Cooper (LibertyWorks president); Nigel Farage (UK Brexit party leader); Alan Jones (former broadcaster); Raheem Kassam; Craig Kelly (Liberal MP); Mark Latham (NSW One Nation MP); LibertyWorks (rightwing thinktank with links to American conservatives and the organiser of the Australian Conservative Political Action Conference (Cpac)); Mark Meadows (US Republican congressman); and Lauren Southern (Canadian far-right personality). Full text.
Keohane, David. “Le Pen’s niece questions far-right leader’s strategy to win French presidency.” Financial Times, September 22, 2020. Mentions Jean-Marie Le Pen (Marine Le Pen’s father); Marine Le Pen (Rassemblement National leader); Marion Maréchal (Marine Le Pen’s niece and former RN National Assembly member who now runs a small school for the far-right in Lyon); and Rassemblement National (RN) (formerly the Front National) (French far-right, anti-immigration party). Excerpt.
Keyser, Zachary. “Canadian far-right politician calls for removal of Jews from Canada.” The Jerusalem Post, July 14, 2020. On Travis Patron, far-right white nationalist Canadian politician and leader of the Canadian Nationalist Party. Full text.
Kim, William. “Meet Allen West, the new far-right Texas GOP chair.” The Texas Signal, July 22, 2020. On Allen West, conservative firebrand, former Florida congressman, and president of the National Center for Policy Analysis. Mentions Glenn Beck; Louie Gohmert; the National Center for Policy Analysis (Dallas-based conservative think tank); Ted Nugent; Sarah Palin; and the Tea Party. Full text.
King, Maya, and Laura Barrón-lópez. “Trump’s refusal to condemn white supremacists launches an online furor.” POLITICO, September 30, 2020. Full text.
Kitsantonis, Niki, and Iliana Magra. “Greece’s Golden Dawn Found Guilty of Running Criminal Organization.” The New York Times, Oct. 7, 2020. Full text.
Klippenstein, Ken. “As Trump Equivocates on White Supremacy, the FBI Warns of Right-Wing Terror.” The Nation, September 30, 2020. On an FBI report warning of the threat posed by the far-right militia group known as the “Boogaloos.” Full text.
Knaus, Christopher, and Michael McGowan. “Far-right ‘hate factory’ still active on Facebook despite pledge to stop it.” The Guardian, 4 Feb. 2020. On a network of far-right pages on Facebook which are fuelling anti-Islamic sentiment. Mentions One Nation (Australian far-right party). Full text.
Knight, Ben. “Halle synagogue attack trial offers insights on police probe into far-right anti-Semitism.” Deutsche Welle (DW), 9 Sept. 2020. Full text.
Kuloglija, Nermina. “Ultra-Right Groups Show Their Face in Bosnian Town.” Balkan Insight, May 12, 2020. On the presence of Blood and Honour and its affiliate, Combat 18, in the northwest Bosnian town of Prijedor. Mentions Alcohol Boys (fans of the Rudar Football Club from Prijedor); Blood and Honour (far-right organisation); Blood and Honour Serbia (Serbian branch of Blood and Honour); Combat 18 (far-right organisation and affiliate of Blood and Honour); death’s head (far-right symbol); Ian Stuart Donaldson (frontman of the band Screwdriver and original leader of Blood and Honour); #hatecore (hashtag slogan for white supremacist music); Iron March (now defunct international right-wing forum (2011-2017)); MC Serbs (bikers club); the National Order (far right organisation); Nazi swastikas; Odal Rune tattoo (adopted by the Nazis during World War Two); Republika Srpska (Bosnia’s Serb-dominated entity); Rock Against Communism (RAC) (“white power” rock concert series which became a symbol for music with texts often based on racism and anti-Semitism); “Squad 18” (far-right organisation); 28 (the principal symbol of the Blood and Honour group); 28serbia (website used as a platform to promote the Blood and Honour skinhead music network); and US Confederate flag. Full text.
Kuznia, Robert, Drew Griffin, and Curt Devine. “Gun-toting members of the Boogaloo movement are showing up at protests.” CNN, June 4, 2020. Full text.
Kvittingen, Ida (translated by Ingrid P. Nuse). “Far right groups in Norway instigate more street provocation than before.” Sciencenorway, 29 January 2020. Mentions Nordic Resistance Movement (NRM) (neo-Nazi group); the Norwegian Defence League; Pegida (anti-Islamist group); the People’s Movement Against Immigration (FMI); Progress Party (anti-immigration party); Soldiers of Odin (SOO); and Stop Islamisation of Norway (SIAN) (anti-Islamist group; part of Stop Islamisation of Europe). Full text.
Lamoureux, Mack. “A Fringe Far-Right Group Keeps Trying to Citizen Arrest Justin Trudeau.” VICE News, July 28, 2020. On Brian Kidder and the Canadian Revolution, a group in the Canadian Patriot movement. Full text.
Lamoureux, Mack. “Neo-Nazis Are Using Eco-Fascism to Recruit Young People.” VICE News, September 24, 2020. Full text.
Lamoureux, Mack. “‘Random’ Murder of Muslim Man Linked to ‘Neo-Nazi Death Cult’: Report.” VICE News, September 19, 2020. On Guilherme (William) Von Neutegem, charged with first-degree murder and connected to the Nazi-affiliated group known as the Order of Nine Angles or O9A/ONA. Full text.
Lamoureux, Mack. “‘What You Need to Know About the Obscure Occult Group Linked to Toronto Murder.” VICE News, September 28, 2020. On the Order of Nine Angles. Full text.
Lamoureux, Mack, Ben Makuch and Zachary Kamel. “How One Man Built a Neo-Nazi Insurgency in Trump’s America.” VICE News, Oct 7, 2020. On Rinaldo Nazzaro and the Base, a neo-Nazi terror organization. Full text.
Lester, Daisy. “White supremacist gang member killed in shootout with police in California.” The Independent, 26 September 2020. On Christopher Michael Straub, a known member of a white supremacist gang. Full text.
Levin, Sam. “White supremacists and militias have infiltrated police across US, report says.” The Guardian, 27 Aug. 2020. Full text.
Link, Gregor. “Germany: Nazi terrorist group planned mass murder of Muslims.” World Socialist Web Site, 27 February 2020. Full text.
López, Alejandro. “Far-right Vox party to launch fascist trade union in Spain.” World Socialist Web Site, 13 July 2020. Santiago Abascal (Vox leader); Jorge Buxadé (Vox spokesperson and a former member of the Falange); and the Falange (Spain’s main party group during the 1930s, which became the sole legal party under the fascist dictatorship of General Francisco Franco from 1939 to 1977). Full text.
MacFarquhar, Neil, Alan Feuer, Mike Baker, and Sheera Frenkel. “Far-Right Group That Trades in Political Violence Gets a Boost.” The New York Times, Oct. 1, 2020. On the Proud Boys. Full text.
Mackay, Neil. “THE BIG READ: Inside the QAnon cult as its contagion spreads to Scotland.” HeraldScotland, 27 September 2020. Full text.
Maddox, David. “Nigel Farage to RELAUNCH Brexit Party claiming Boris ‘losing control’ of exit.” Express.co.uk, June 14, 2020. Full text.
“Mainstream parties make ‘fragile’ pact against far-right National Rally in France’s Perpignan.” FRANCE 24, 30 May 2020. Full text.
Makuch, Ben. “Millions Of Neo-Nazi Discord Messages Dumped Online.” VICE, Apr. 30, 2020. On “Project Whispers,” a cache of close to 10 million internal messages from over 100 Discord servers run by neo-Nazis and QAnon conspiracy theorists. Full text.
Makuch, Ben. “Neo-Nazi Terror Group Atomwaffen Division Re-Emerges Under New Name.” VICE News, August 5, 2020. On the National Socialist Order (NSO), founded by former AWD leaders. Full text.
Makuch, Ben, and Mack Lamoureux. “Neo-Nazi Terror Leader Said to Have Worked With U.S. Special Forces.” VICE News, September 24, 2020. On Rinaldo Nazzaro (aliases “Norman Spear” and “Roman Wolf”), the leader of the violent neo-Nazi terror group The Base, who worked as a private military contractor for the Pentagon in 2014. Full text.
Martin, Nick R. “Protest problems.” The Informant, June 1, 2020. On neo-Nazi Matthew Paul Slatzer (alias “Cyrus the Virus”), a member of the National Socialist Movement (NSM). Mentions Daniel Burnside (NSM member); Randall Ramsey (NSM member); swastika flag; the “Unite the Right” rally in 2017; and Timothy Wilson (NSM member who was in the final stages of a plot to set off a vehicle bomb at a Kansas City-area hospital treating coronavirus patients when he killed himself in a gun battle with FBI agents). Full text and here.
Marx, Willem. “Jihadist plots used to be U.S. and Europe’s biggest terrorist threat. Now it’s the far right.” NBC News, July 27, 2020. Full text.
McCarten, James. “Former soldier, alleged neo-Nazi Patrik Mathews denied bail in U.S.” CBC News, Jan. 22, 2020. On Patrik Mathews, an alleged white supremacist and recruiter for The Base, a violent neo-Nazi paramilitary group. Full text.
McGoldrick, Gillian, and Carter Walker. “Who’s behind Lancaster Patriot? An alt-right podcaster from Texas, investigation shows.” LancasterOnline (Lancaster, PA), September 27, 2020. On Norman “Trey” Garrison, a white nationalist and “The Third Rail” podcaster who claims to be launching a conservative, weekly print newspaper called The Lancaster Patriot. Mentions the alt-right (a loosely connected group of white nationalists); anti-Black Lives Matter movement; and antifa (far-left-leaning militant groups that resist neo-Nazis and white supremacists). Full text.
McLaughlin, Daniel. “Serbian leader blames far-right radicals for Belgrade clashes.” The Irish Times, July 8, 2020. On a protest against the handling of the coronavirus outbreak by the government of Serbian president Aleksandar Vucic. Full text.
Mellor, Joe. “Trial over German synagogue shooting amid increase in right-wing extremism.” The London Economic, July 21, 2020. On the trial of Stephan Balliet, alleged to have posted an anti-Semitic essay before carrying out an attack on a synagogue on October 9 in the eastern German city of Halle, and broadcast the shooting live on a popular gaming site. Full text.
“Members of Connolly Youth Movement confront far-right activists in Cork.” The Beacon, 15 July 2020. Mentions Jim Dowson (Britain First founder and loyalist); the “Great Replacement” conspiracy theory; Nick Griffin (former British National Party (BNP) leader); Irish Patriot (McConnell’s YouTube channel); Niall McConnell (Donegal-based Síol na hÉireann leader); and Síol na hÉireann (Irish far-right anti-immigration, pro-Christian group). Full text.
Menn, Joseph. “Facebook takes down white nationalist and fake antifa accounts.” Reuters, June 2, 2020. On white nationalist accounts associated with the Proud Boys and the American Guard which were encouraging violence. Full text.
Miller, Christopher. “Ukraine Deported Two American Members Of A Neo-Nazi Group Who Tried To Join A Far-Right Military Unit For ‘Combat Experience.'” BuzzFeed News, October 8, 2020. On two members of the US-based Atomwaffen Division (AWD), a neo-Nazi group, who tried to join Ukraine’s far-right Azov Regiment. Full text.
Mischke, Judith. “Germany places far-right party’s extreme wing under surveillance.” Politico Europe, March 12, 2020. Full text.
Montpetit, Jonathan. “How right-wing extremists, libertarians and evangelicals built Quebec’s movement against COVID-19 restrictions.” CBC News, Sept. 25, 2020. Mentions the anti-mask movement; Stéphane Blais (a fringe politician who has courted far-right supporters); Steeve L’Artiss Charland (one-time leader of La Meute); Citoyens au Pouvoir (Stéphane Blais’s political party); Alexis Cossette-Trudel (Quebec’s best-known conspiracy theorist and YouTuber); La Meute (far-right Islamophobic group); Qanon (a conspiracy movement that began in the U.S. and believes the world is run by a cabal of satanic pedophiles); Radio-Québec (Alexis Cossette-Trudel’s YouTube channel); and Donald Trump (U.S. President). Full text and here and here.
Moody, Oliver. “Hard-right rally broken up in Berlin.” The Times, August 3, 2020. On a 20,000-strong anti-lockdown protest in Berlin against Germany’s hygiene rules. Excerpt.
Morris, Loveday, Rick Noack, and Luisa Beck. “After Germany shooting tied to far-right, Merkel says ‘racism is a poison’ the country must overcome.” The Washington Post, Feb. 20, 2020. On shootings in the town of Hanau where a gunman apparently inspired by far-right extremism killed nine people at two hookah bars. Full text.
Murdock, Jason. “Who Owns Parler? Social Media Platform Offers Safe Space for the Far Right.” Newsweek, June 25, 2020. Full text.
Murdock, Sebastian, and Christopher Mathias. “Exclusive: Leader Of Dylann Roof-Worshipping Neo-Nazi Group Exposed.” HuffPost, July 24, 2020. On “Vic Mackey” (pseudonym of Andrew Richard Casarez), a white supremacist and the leading voice in a confederation of neo-Nazis called the “Bowl Patrol.” Mentions “accelerationism” (the idea that acts of violence are needed to hasten the collapse of society so that a fascist and whites-only state can be constructed in its place); the alt-right; Atomwaffen Division (violent neo-Nazi group); The Base (neo-Nazi group); Robert Bowers (white supremacist and Pittsburgh synagogue shooter); “Bowlcast” (podcast produced by Bowl Patrol members); Tucker Carlson (of Fox News); the Daily Stormer (white supremacist website); Discord (chat app popular among gamers but also frequently co-opted by right-wing extremists); ethno-state; Adolf Hitler; Identity Evropa (white nationalist group); James Mason (neo-Nazi); Dylann Roof (white supremacist murderer); “Siege” (book by James Mason which explicitly advocates lone-wolf terror attacks as a way to begin a race war and promotes the extermination of all nonwhites); Richard Spencer (fascist figurehead); President Donald Trump; and “Unite The Right” white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in 2017. Full text.
Myers, Meghann. “Far-right groups like the ‘Boogaloo’ and ‘O9A’ continue to attract troops and veterans.” Military Times, June 23, 2020. Full text.
Nasr, Joseph. “Far-right extremism found in less than one percent of German security forces: report.” Reuters, October 6, 2020. Full text.
Neiwert, David. “‘Boogaloo’ civil war talk takes on a life of its own as far-right extremists coalesce.” Daily Kos, February 25, 2020. Mentions alt-right white nationalists; anti-United Nations; Atomwaffen Division (fascist group); the “boogaloo” (the vision of members of the far right of a coming civil war); Christopher Hasson (Coast Guardsman and “boogaloo” enthusiast who was arrested with a full arms cache and a plan to assassinate liberal political leaders); “the New World Order”; Oath Keepers (far-right group); Oklahoma City bombing (1995); The Order (neo-Nazi criminal gang); the “Patriot” movement; “Pepe the Frog” (alt-right symbol); “race war” (genocidal conflict between whites and nonwhites); skull balaclava (Atomwaffen Division symbol); The Turner Diaries (the classic white-supremacist blueprint); and “III Percent” militiamen (far-right group). Full text.
Neiwert, David. “Civil war talk takes on a life of its own as far-right extremists coalesce around the ‘Boogaloo.'” Daily Kos, February 25, 2020. Full text.
Neiwert, David. “The far right wants to make its shared ‘Boogaloo’ fantasy of violent civil war a reality.” Daily Kos, April 28, 2020. Mentions anti-coronavirus-lockdown protests; The Base (neo-Nazi organization); the “Big Luau” (far-right’s name for a violent civil war); the “Boogaloo” (aka “the boog” or the “Big Igloo”) (the far-right’s ironic name for the long-sought “second civil war”); (the “Boogaloo” flag (features an igloo and a palm tree); Joey Gibson (Patriot Prayer leader); Hawaiian shirts (symbol of the far right hope for a “Big Luau”); Matt Marshall (leader of the III Percent of Washington militia); OK (white-nationalist signal); Patriot Prayer (far-right street-brawling group); “Pepe the frog”; Plan Z (Qanon’s plan for civil war, sort of equivalent to the far-right “Boogaloo”); Matt Shea (far-right Washington state legislator whose plan for a post-breakdown society called for the execution of all non-believers); Tyler Smith (“Patriot” movement survivalist); Aaron Swenson (“Boogaloo” enthusiast intent on shooting and killing a police officer in order to start the “Boogaloo”); Thicc Boog Line (Facebook page which sells branded “Boogaloo”-themed gear and clothing); the III Percent of Washington (“Patriot” militia group based in Eatonville, Washington); and President Donald Trump. Full text.
Neiwert, David. “The radical right’s terrorist faction has long followed an ‘anti-Communist’ blueprint from the 1960s.” Daily Kos, February 2, 2020. Mentions anti-Semitism; Aryan Nations; Atomwaffen Division (AWD) (far-right terrorist gang); The Base (far-right terrorist gang); John Birch Society (JBS) (anti-Communist organization); Richard Girnt Butler (Lockheed engineer and Swift adherent); Duane I. Carlson (Seattle-area Patriotic Party supporter and bank robber); Church of Jesus Christ Christian (later the Church of Jesus Christ-Christian at the Aryan Nations) (Wesley Swift’s Christian Identity church, located in Hollywood); the Committee of 10 Million (ultra-conservative organization headed by DePugh); the “Communist hidden government”; Robert Bolivar DePugh; Col. William Potter Gale (former MacArthur aide who eventually became a key figure in Posse Comitatus); Keith Gilbert (Minutemen member and gun shop owner convicted in 1965 of stealing 1,400 pounds of TNT); Barry Goldwater; Christopher Hasson (would-be domestic terrorist); House Committee on Un-American Activities; the Minutemen (DePugh’s vigilante anti-Communist militia group); Oath Keepers; On Target (the Minutemen’s monthly newsletter); The Order (the 1984 gang, organized out of the Aryan Nations, that murdered a radio talk-show host and robbed multiple banks and armored cars); the Patriotic Party (DePugh’s anti-Communist party); the Phineas Priesthood (another inland-Northwest gang that bombed a newspaper, a Planned Parenthood clinic, and robbed several banks in 1996); Principles of Guerrilla Warfare (Norborne, Mo.: Minutemen, 1961) (the Minutemen’s manual for organizing guerilla-warfare militias); the Rise Above Movement (far-right terrorist gang); Wesley Swift; Three Percenters; Traitors Beware! (Minutemen flyer); and Robert Welch (JBS founder). Full text and here and here and here.
Neiwert, David. “Report shows how the radical right gets its financing from mainstream sugar daddies.” Daily Kos, February 21, 2020. Full text.
“Neo-Nazi ‘diehards’ face jail for being part of banned far-right group.” The Guardian, 8 June 2020. On Alice Cutter, Mark Jones, Garry Jack, and Connor Scothern, who were all convicted of having membership of a terrorist group. Mentions National Action (NA) (banned extreme rightwing terrorist group of which the four were ‘active members’); NS131 (NA splinter group, later banned); and Scottish Dawn (NA splinter group, later banned). Full text.
“Netherlands extradites head of far-right Goyim Party group to Germany.” The Times of Israel, 27 August 2020. On Fadi J., accused of co-founding the “Goyim Party Germany” group in 2016, and Marcus B., accused of joining the group in 2018. Full text.
Newmark, Zack. “Far-Right Party Polling at Lowest Point in 2 Years; Expels, Suspends Six over WhatsApp Extremism.” NL Times, May 3, 2020. On Dutch far right wing nationalist party Forum for Democracy (FvD). Mentions Thierry Baudet (FvD party leader); conspiracy theories about the crash of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17; the coronavirus pandemic; and JFvD (the FvD youth wing). Full text.
“The Nordadler, right-wing banned in Germany.” European Centre for Counterterrorism and Intelligence Studies (ECCI), June 24, 2020. On neo-Nazi group called Nordadler (roughly: Northern Eagles), banned by Germany’s Interior Ministry. Full text.
“Norway launches National Action Plan against Islamophobia.” The Nation (Lahore, Pakistan), September 25, 2020. Mentions Hard Line (Danish ethno-nationalist party) and SIAN (Stop the Islamisation of Norway). Full text.
Nuyen, Suzanne. “New Zealand’s Christchurch Mosque Shooter Sentenced To Life Without Parole.” NPR, August 27, 2020. On Brenton Tarrant, a white supremacist who killed 51 worshippers at two Christchurch, New Zealand, mosques. Full text.
O’Brien, Shane. “Robert Kennedy Jr. claims Bill Gates ‘owns the WHO.'” IrishCentral, May 7, 2020. Mentions anti-vaccination; 5G network conspiracy theory (the theory that Bill Gates would have “complete control of our society” through 5G, which authorities would use to track movements to know where an individual is at any given moment); Bill Gates (philanthropist and a target of conspiracy theories); microchip conspiracy theory ( the theory that Bill Gates is installing chips in people across America which could be used to store a person’s medical records but also for something far more sinister); and Donald Trump (US President). Full text.
Olsen, Mie. “Danish far-right set to stoke tensions in Sweden with new anti-Islam protests.” Euronews, 9 Sept. 2020. On Danish right-wing party Stram Kurs and its leader Rasmus Paludan. Full text.
Oltermann, Philip. “German far right infiltrates green groups with call to protect the land.” The Observer, 28 June 2020. Mentions Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) (German far-right party); Martin Heidegger (anti-modernist philosopher); Heimatschutz (homeland protection) (Die Kehre’s ecological programme); Adolf Hitler; Björn Höcke (the Thuringian leader of AfD’s aggressively nationalist wing); Identitarian movement, a group of nationalist activists; Die Kehre (The Turning) (reactionary magazine which draws its title from the writings of Martin Heidegger); Landvolkbewegung (a farmers’ nationalistic and anti-parliamentary protest movement active in the state of Schleswig-Holstein from 1928 to 1933); National Socialism; Nazi party; NPD (German neo-Nazi party); Recherche Dresden (far-right thinktank); Sieben Thesen für eine konservativ-ökologische Wende (“Seven theses for a conservative-ecological turn”) (Recherche Dresden manifesto). Full text.
Onishi, Norimitsu, and Constant Méheut. “A Coded Word from the Far Right Roils France’s Political Mainstream.” The New York Times, Sept. 4, 2020. On the word “ensauvagement,” a favorite dog whistle of France’s far right in recent years to suggest that the nation is turning savage. Mentions Marine Le Pen (leader of the National Rally who popularized the use of the word ensauvagement) and Valeurs Actuelles (a leading right-wing magazine). Full text and here.
“Online bans fail to silence U.S. extremists drawn to protests.” Los Angeles Times, Sept. 4, 2020. Full text.
Oppenheim, Maya. “Facebook takes down Patriot Prayer to stop ‘violent social militias.'” The Independent, Sept. 5, 2020. On Patriot Prayer, a Portland-based American far right organisation, and its founder Joey Gibson. Full text.
Orden, Erica, and Kara Scannell. “Steve Bannon, three others charged with fraud in border wall fundraising campaign.” CNNPolitics, August 20, 2020. Full text.
Orr, Caroline. “Arrest of Canadian connected to neo-Nazi extremists reveals plans for violence.” National Observer, January 19, 2020. On the arrests of former Canadian Armed Forces reservist Patrik Mathews and two other alleged Base members, Brian Lemley and William Bilbrough. Full text.
Orso, Anna, and Ellie Rushing. “White supremacists and other extremist groups are using protests and a pandemic to amplify their message.” The Philadelphia Inquirer, June 13, 2020. Full text.
O’Sullivan, Donie, Marshall Cohen, and Katelyn Polantz. “Facebook removes Roger Stone from Instagram after linking him to fake accounts.” CNN, July 8, 2020. On the shutting down of pages and accounts linked to Roger Stone and Proud Boys, a far-right group linked to Stone. Full text.
Owen, Tess. “The Big-Name Conservatives Bankrolling This Far-Right Troll’s Run for Congress.” VICE News, August 21, 2020. On Islamophobic far-right troll Laura Loomer. Mentions Steven Alembik (racist Republican activist in Boca Raton, Florida); the American Freedom Defense Initiative (also called “Stop Islamization of America”); Lydia Brimelow (Connecticut-based advancement officer for VDARE); Peter Brimelow (VDARE founder); Jolene Cherry (LA-based music producer who discovered Lady Gaga); the Christchurch, New Zealand, mosque shooter; Karen Giorno (former senior advisor and Florida chief strategist to Trump’s 2016 campaign); Marjorie Taylor Greene (a QAnon believer who won the GOP nomination in Georgia’s 14th district); the David Horowitz Freedom Center; InfoWars (conspiracy website); Islamophobia; Alex Jones (InfoWars founder); Anthony Lomangino (recycling mogul); Bernie Marcus (billionaire co-founder of Home Depot); Gavin McGinnes (Proud Boys founder); MZ Foundation (Myron Zimmerman’s foundation); Newsmax TV (conservative news outlet); the Proud Boys (far-right street-fighting gang); Rebel Media (far-right Canadian media company); Tommy Robinson (far-right anti-Islam activist in the U.K.); Robert Shillman (tech billionaire); President Trump; VDARE (anti-immigration blog); Geert Wilders (far-right Dutch politician who in 2016 was found guilty of inciting violence against Moroccans); Milo Yiannopoulos (far-right commentator); and Myron Zimmerman (real estate mogul from San Francisco). Full text.
Owen, Tess. “Discord Just Shut Down the Biggest ‘Boogaloo’ Server for Inciting Violence.” VICE, June 25, 2020. On the “Citizens of Liberty” or “CLO” Discord server that showed users offering their military expertise to help advance the goals of the Boogaloo movement. Full text.
Owen, Tess. “ICE Detention Center Captain Was on a Neo-Nazi Website and Wanted to Start a White Nationalist Group.” VICE News, January 6, 2020. On Travis Frey (screen name “In Hoc Signo Vinces”), formerly a senior employee at an Indianapolis jail, who was active on the neo-Nazi site Iron March. Full text.
Palmer, Ewan. “White Supremacist Group Linked To Mosque Bombing Planned Violent Revolution Against Government.” Newsweek, Oct. 1, 2020. On the White Rabbit Militia group, an Illinois-based white supremacist group, whose suspected leader, Michael Hari, is due to go on trial in connection to the bombing. Full text.
Parveen, Nazia. “Police investigate UK far-right groups over anti-Muslim coronavirus claims.” The Guardian, 5 Apr. 2020. Full text.
Peachey, Paul. “German far-right exploit Covid-19 to rally anti-Muslim fervour.” The National, May 15, 2020. Full text.
Perano, Ursula. “U.S. Army soldier charged with plotting white supremacist terrorist attack.” Axios, June 22, 2020. On U.S. Army soldier Ethan Melzer, who has been charged with terrorism offenses after allegedly sending information on his unit to the neo-Nazi group O9A in the hopes of facilitating a “mass casualty” attack on his fellow soldiers. Full text.
Perper, Rosie, and Sonam Sheth. “Facebook bans hundreds of groups and accounts linked to the far-right boogaloo movement.” Business Insider, June 30, 2020. Full text.
Perper, Rosie, and Sonam Sheth. “3 self-proclaimed members of the far-right ‘boogaloo’ movement were arrested on domestic terrorism charges for trying to spark violence during protests.” Business Insider, June 3, 2020. Full text.
“Poland: German far-right terror suspect arrested with explosives.” Deutsche Welle (DW), October 1, 2020. The suspect, referred to as “Jürgen K,” accused of being a member of an organized terrorist group, was charged with possession of arms and explosives without a permit. Full text.
“Police and AIVD had ‘mole’ in far-right group NVU for over two years.” DutchNews.nl, July 8, 2020. On Richard Prein as a paid informant in the Dutch far-right group Nederlandse Volksunie (NVU) and an active member of the neo-Nazi group Racial Volunteer Force. Mentions The End Justifies the Means (book co-written by Richard Prein); Forum voor Democratie party (FvD) (Thierry Baudet’s party); Constant Kusters (NVU leader); and Wij Europa (NVU’s house publication). Full text.
“Portland shooting victim was a supporter of right-wing group Patriot Prayer, founder says.” SBS News, 30 August 2020. Full text.
“PPC Donor Lists Expose Personal Information Of Far-Right Activists.” Canadian Anti-Hate Network, August 25, 2020. On Maxime Bernier’s People’s Party of Canada (PPC). Mentions Rick Boswick (of Yellow Vests and Pegida); Canadian Nationalist Party (neo-Nazi party); Faith Goldy; Darik Horn (a founding member of the Canadian Nationalist Party); Ed Jamnisek (of Northern Guard and Pegida); Northern Guard (anti-Muslim group); Pegida (anti-Muslim group); the Proud Boys; Dave Rubin; and Telegram. Full text and here.
“Priti Patel proscribes far-right terrorist group.” GOV.UK, 13 July 2020. On Feuerkrieg Division, a far-right terror group founded in late 2018 and operating across North America and Europe. Full text.
Quinn, Ben. “Facebook acts to halt far-right groups linking Covid-19 to 5G.” The Guardian, 12 Apr. 2020. On UK-based anti-5G Facebook groups. Mentions Destroy 5G Save Our Children (UK group), Direct Action Against 5G (UK group), and Stop 5G UK (UK group). Full text.
Rambo, K. “Fed intelligence sent to Oregon and Portland indicates right-wing extremists pose biggest lethal threat.” The Oregonian, September 26, 2020. Full text.
Read, Jonathon. “Neil Hamilton becomes latest leader of UKIP after previous leader ousted.” The New European, 13 September 2020. On Neil Hamilton, a former Tory MP and the last remaining UKIP member in the Welsh parliament, who replaces Freddy Vachha. Full text.
Read, Richard. “Far-right groups, feeling support from Trump, find fertile recruiting ground in the Northwest.” Los Angeles Times, September 30, 2020. Full text.
Read, Richard, and Melissa Etehad. “Latest far-right tactic: Naming names, threatening people who report coronavirus lockdown violations.” Los Angeles Times, May 10, 2020. Full text.
Reilly, Ryan J. “Neo-Nazi U.S. Soldier Faces Federal Terrorism Charges For Plotting Attack On Unit.” HuffPost, June 22, 2020. On United States Army Private Ethan Melzer, who was part of the Order of Nine Angles (O9A). Full text.
“Right-wing extremist who threatened to attack a mosque during Friday prayers and kill Jacinda Ardern was ‘fixated and driven by a dislike for Muslims.'” Daily Mail Online, 19 June 2020. On right-wing extremist Cormac Rothsey. Mentions Brenton Tarrant (Christchurch mosque shooter). Full text.
Ritzen, Yarno. “Exclusive: Facebook used extensively to spread neo-Nazi music.” Al Jazeera, 10 July 2020. On more than 120 Facebook pages belonging to mostly heavy metal groups and record labels with openly white supremacist and racist views. Mentions Asgardsrei (neo-Nazi music festival held annually in Ukraine’s capital, Kyiv); Azov Battalion (Ukrainian far-right nationalist group); double H (neo-Nazi shorthand for Heil Hitler); 88 (neo-Nazi shorthand for Heil Hitler); Einsatzgruppen (neo-Nazi band); the “14 words” slogan (a rallying cry common amongst white supremacists); Frakass (neo-Nazi band); Frangar (neo-Nazi band); Goatmoon (Finnish neo-Nazi black metal band); Joseph Goebbels (Nazi propagandist); the Horst Wessel-Lied (the official anthem of the Nazi Party from 1930 to 1945); Kristallnacht (neo-Nazi band); Ku Klux Klan; Leibstandarte (neo-Nazi band); Alexey Levkin (M8l8th founder, closely linked to Azov Battalion, and one of the organisers of Asgardsrei); M8l8th (a black metal music act from Ukraine); Peste Noire (also known as KPN (Kommando Peste Noire)) (French metal band); the SoldierSS of Evil (neo-Nazi band); swastika flags; Volrisch (a band from Mexico); White Aryan Resistance (neo-Nazi organisation); Whitelaw (neo-Nazi band); and Wotanorden (US band). Full text.
Rivera, Salvador. “‘Hate Monger’: New Stephen Miller book outlines roots of Trump aide’s white nationalist agenda.” 8News, Aug. 10, 2020. On Hatemonger: Stephen Miller, Donald Trump, and the White Nationalist Agenda, by Jean Guerrero. Full text and here.
Roberts, Hannah. “Italian far right uses migrants to push coronavirus fears.” POLITICO, August 1, 2020. Mentions anti-migrant; Brothers of Italy party (Italian far-right party); Giorgia Meloni (leader of the Brothers of Italy party); and Matteo Salvini (former Interior Minister). Full text.
“Roman Abramovich donated more than $100m to a far-right Israeli organisation.” In Palestine Today, 22 September 2020. On Russian billionaire and Chelsea football club owner Roman Abramovich, four of whose companies donated $100m to Elad, a right-wing Israeli settler organisation dedicated to “strengthening Israel’s current and historic connection to Jerusalem.” Full text.
Rooke, Drew. “Right-wing terrorism on the rise in Australia.” The Saturday Paper 293 (March 21-27, 2020). Mentions anti-government; anti-Indigenous; anti-Semitic; Blood & Honour (international neo-Nazi group designated by the Canadian government as a terrorist organisation); the Christchurch terrorist; Combat 18 (Blood & Honour’s armed branch and an international neo-Nazi group designated by the Canadian government as a terrorist organisation); Hanau killer; Joshua Lucas (far-right extremist charged with one count of acts done in preparation for, or planning, terrorist acts); National Action (virulently racist, anti-Semitic and homophobic group banned as a terrorist organisation in Britain); Quebec City mosque killer; Sonnenkrieg Division (far-right group banned as a terrorist organisation in Britain); and the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh (scene of a fatal anti-Semitic attack). Full text.
Ross, Alexander Reid. “Russia’s Disinformation War on America Takes Racist Aim at Black Lives Matter.” Haaretz, 19 June 2020. Mentions the American Herald Tribune (a reported Iran-backed site, recently banned by Facebook); anti-Black Lives Matter; “anti-white racism”; Glenn Beck; “#BLM mobs”; Max Blumenthal (The Grayzone Project editor); Dan Cohen (RT anchor); the “culture war”; #DefundAntifa (hashtag); Jimmy Dore (conspiracy theorist and Kremlin defender); George Galloway (ex-UK MP now RT host); The Grayzone Project (a blog supportive of authoritarian dictators and in denial of war crimes in Syria); Hu Xijin (editor-in-chief of the Global Times, described as “China’s FOX News”); One American News Network; Candace Owen (former Turning Point USA communications director); Project Veritas (right-wing disinformation outfit); QAnon; RT (Russian state-sponsored site); Margarita Simonyen (RT editor-in-chief); Soros Antifa conspiracy theory (a conspiracy theory imagining George Soros, one of “paramilitary Antifa’s secret backers,” behind the riots in Minneapolis); Sputnik News (Russian state news agency); and Donald Trump. Full text.
Russell, Mark. “Man jailed over Ardern and mosque threats.” 19 June 2020. On right-wing extremist Cormac Rothsey’s online threats to attack a mosque and kill Jacinda Ardern. Mentions Christchurch terrorist and mass murderer Brenton Tarrant. Full text.
Sabbagh, Dan. “Number of far-right terrorist prisoners in Britain hits record high.” The Guardian, 17 June 2020. Mentions Britain First (British far-right extremist group); Alice Cutter (Mark Jones’s partner, jailed for being an active National Action member); Mark Jones (key National Action figure, jailed for being an active member of the group); Thomas Mair (murderer of Labour MP Jo Cox four years ago); National Action (banned British far-right extremist group); Jack Renshaw (neo-Nazi who plotted to kill Labour MP Rosie Cooper with a machete three years ago); and Telegram (social media channel). Full text.
Sales, Ben. “Are the Proud Boys anti-Semitic? Your primer on the far-right group Trump told to ‘stand back and stand by.'” Jewish Telegraphic Agency, September 29, 2020. On the Proud Boys, a far-right, “western chauvinist” fraternal organization founded by Gavin McInnes that supports Trump and has engaged in street violence. Full text.
Samuel, Henry. “France sinking into ‘barbarity’ claims Marine Le Pen as far-Right chief ratchets up presidential bid.” The Telegraph, 6 September 2020. Excerpt.
Sandler, Rachel. “Facebook Bans Violent Network Associated With Far-Right ‘Boogaloo’ Movement.” Forbes, June 30, 2020. Full text.
Sargent, Hilary. “Cantwell Trial Day 1: Names get named.” The Informant, Sept. 22, 2020. On the federal trial of neo-Nazi podcaster Christopher Cantwell in Concord, New Hampshire. Mentions the Bowl Patrol (mostly online neo-Nazi group); Andrew Casarez (“Vic Mackey”) (Bowl Patrol leader); David Fassler (“Wignasty”) (Bowl Patrol member); Thomas Gipson (“Hardmaus”) (Bowl Patrol member); Ben Lambert (alias “CheddarMane”) (neo-Nazi and the alleged extortion victim); Dallas Medina (“Mosin Nagant”) (Bowl Patrol member); Paul Nehlen (“Uncle Paul”) (a former Wisconsin congressional candidate, neo-Nazi, and Bowl Patrol member); and Mark Reardon (“Illegal Aryan”) (Bowl Patrol member). Full text.
Sargent, Hilary. “Cantwell Trial Day 2: Bowl Patrol under oath.” The Informant, Sept. 23, 2020. Full text.
Sargent, Hilary. “Cantwell Trial Day 3: Nazi tears.” The Informant, Sept. 24, 2020. Full text.
Sargent, Hilary. “Cantwell Trial Day 4: So much Cantwell.” The Informant, Sept. 25, 2020. Full text.
Sargent, Hilary. “Christopher Cantwell guilty of extortion and threats.” The Informant, Sept. 28, 2020. Full text.
Sargent, Hilary. “How Christopher Cantwell crumbled.” The Informant, Sept. 21, 2020. Full text.
Sargent, Hilary. “Snitches, cowards, and liars.” The Informant, Oct. 7, 2020. On Christopher Cantwell, convicted in federal court of extortion and interstate threats and scheduled to be sentenced on January 4, 2021. Full text.
Schwarz, Peter. “Sharp rise in right-wing extremist and anti-Semitic violence in Germany.” World Socialist Web Site, 1 June 2020. Full text.
“Seanad warned about the far right in Ireland and ‘anti-immigrant and dangerous’ Yellow Vests.” The Beacon, 8 Oct. 2020. Full text.
Sen, Ari, and Brandy Zadrozny. “QAnon groups have millions of members on Facebook, documents show.” NBC News, Aug. 10, 2020. Full text.
“Sentences for far-right supporters who assaulted Catalan cultural center reduced.” Catalan News, 24 July 2020. On the attack on the Blanquerna Cultural Center in Madrid, September 11, 2013, by 14 far-right supporters carrying Spanish flags and symbols related to the far right and Francoist ideologies, and chanting “Catalonia is Spain.” Full text.
“Serbia: Far-right groups storm protests against restrictive measures, spread chaos.” Independent Balkan News Agency (IBNA), 8 July 2020. On hand-to-hand combat between protesters and security forces, following an attack by Srdan Nogo’s far-right clan, which attempted to enter the National Assembly. Full text.
Shekhovtsov, Anton. “British far-right activist ‘Tommy Robinson’ in Moscow.” Tango Noir, 2 April 2020. Full text.
Shifrin, Tash. “Italy Elections: fascist Brothers of Italy (FdI) take control of region as far right vote increases.” Dream Deferred, 21 September 2020. Mentions Francesco Acquaroli (far right politician); Silvio Berlusconi (Forza Italia leader); Brothers of Italy (Fratelli d’Italia, FdI) (fascist party); Forza Italia (far right party); Lega (racist far right party); Giorgia Meloni (FdI party leader); MSI party (fascist party after the Second World War by members of Mussolini’s original Fascist party); Benito Mussolini; the National Alliance (Alleanza Nazionale, AN) (the successor to the MSI party); and Matteo Salvini (Lega party leader). Full text.
Shifrin, Tash. “POLAND and FRANCE elections: how did far right and fascist parties fare?” Dream Deferred, 29 June 2020. Full text.
Shifrin, Tash. “UPDATED: exit poll says far right Duda wins Poland’s knife-edge presidential election.” Dream Deferred, 10 July 2020. Mentions the All-Polish Youth (Mlodziez Wszechpolska – MW) (a mainly paramilitary group); anti-LGBT; Krzysztof Bosak (Konfederacja party candidate); Andrzej Duda (far right incumbent Polish president); Fidesz (Hungary’s authoritarian far right governing party); the Konfederacja (Confederation) (the lash-up between RN and the party of Janusz Korwin-Mikke); Janusz Korwin-Mikke (hardcore far right politician); Law and Justice (PiS) party (ruling Polish party); the National-Radical Camp (Obóz Narodowo-Radykalny – ONR) (a mainly paramilitary group and the modern successor to a pre-war Polish fascist movement of the same name); Ruch Narodowy (RN) (a fascist electoral alliance between ONR and MW); “Stop 447” (opposition to a US law requiring US authorities to report to Congress on different countries’ progress in compensating Holocaust survivors (or their heirs) for property seized during the Holocaust); and Donald Trump (US president). Full text.
Shuham, Matt. “Armed Right-Wing Group Oath Keepers Banned From Twitter For Violating Extremism Policy.” Talking Points Memo, September 10, 2020. On the banning of Oath Keepers after its founder Stewart Rhodes used the Oath Keepers Twitter account to announce the start of a civil war after a right-wing demonstrator was killed during a clash in Portland. Mentions We Build The Wall (project for a GoFundMe-powered, privately constructed border wall). Full text.
Skopeliti, Clea. “Golden Dawn: Greek neo-Nazi party was run as criminal group, court rules after landmark case.” The Independent, October 7, 2020. Full text.
Smith, Adam. “Facebook bans extremist Boogaloo groups after profiting from their adverts ‘for months.'” The Independent, 1 July 2020. On the Boogaloo movement, a US-based anti-government network, now designated and banned by Facebook as a “dangerous organisation.” Full text.
Smith, Anna V. “Patriot militia groups mobilize during a deadly pandemic and massive protests.” High Country News, July 27, 2020. Full text.
Smith, Victoria. “Far-right ‘exploiting coronavirus crisis to try to recruit people.'” LBC, 5 October 2020. Full text.
Solender, Andrew. “Trump’s ‘Racist’ Actions ‘Gave Permission’ To White Supremacists, An Ex-DHS Official Now Says.” Forbes, Aug. 26, 2020. On allegations by Elizabeth Neumann, a former official with the Department of Homeland Security, that Trump’s rhetoric made her job more difficult, calling his language and actions “racist” and alleging he “gave permission” to white supremacists. Full text.
Sommer, Allison Kaplan. “Far-right Trolls Pose as Jews to Aggravate Tensions With African American Community.” Haaretz, Jan. 2, 2020. Full text.
Sommer, Will. “YouTube Boots White Supremacist Richard Spencer, Far-Right Personality Stefan Molyneux for Spewing Hate.” Daily Beast, June 29, 2020. Full text.
Speri, Alice. “Unredacted FBI Document Sheds New Light on White Supremacist Infiltration of Law Enforcement.” The Intercept, September 29, 2020. On the unredacted version of a 2006 FBI threat assessment report. Full text.
“State of the art computational analysis used to track online extremist far-right European groups.” Research news – University of Exeter, 5 August 2020. On Extreme Identities (“ExId”), led by Dr Stephane Baele and Dr Travis Coan from the University of Exeter, with hubs at Trinity College Dublin (led by Dr Constantine Boussalis) and the University of Copenhagen (led by Dr Nicole Doerr). Full text and here.
Stelloh, Tim. “Ku Klux Klan leader drove truck into crowd of peaceful protesters, Virginia officials say.” NBC News, June 8, 2020. Full text.
Stewart, Stephen. “Satanic neo-Nazi group which advocates human sacrifice and rape is operating in Scotland.” Daily Record (Scotland), 17 May 2020. On the Order of the Nine Angles (ONA). Mentions anti-Semitic conspiracies; the Atomwaffen Division (AWD) (violent American Nazi group which is a “series of terror cells that work toward civilisational collapse”); Anders Breivik (Norwegian mass murderer); Oskar Dunn-Koczorowski (SKD member jailed for terrorism offences); Adolf Hitler; Holocaust revisionism; Richard Moult (aka Christos Beest) (ONA leader and English artist whose work is featured on ONA propaganda); RapeWaffen (Telegram channel which glorifies satanism and rape); The Seven-Fold Way (ONA manifesto); the Sonnenkrieg Division (SKD) (banned Nazi group); Michael Szewczuk (SKD member jailed for terrorism offences); Telegram (encrypted messaging service); and the Third Reich. Full text and here.
Strickland, Patrick. “How a Greek reporter could help put neo-Nazis behind bars.” Al Jazeera, 3 Oct. 2020. On reporter Dimitris Psarras, who has spent decades investigating one of Greece’s most violent far-right groups, Golden Dawn. Full text.
Suleiman, Susan Rubin. “Jewish Nobel Laureate Imre Kertész Is Dumped From the Hungarian Curriculum.” Tablet Magazine, February 18, 2020. On the inclusion of anti-Semitic nationalist writers Ferenc Herczeg, Albert Wass, and József Nyírő on Hungary’s new National Basic Curriculum for literature. Mentions the Arrow Cross; Fidesz (Orbán’s party); and Ferenc Szálasi (Arrow Cross leader). Full text.
Swan, Betsy Woodruff. “DHS draft document: White supremacists are greatest terror threat.” POLITICO, Sept. 4, 2020. Full text.
“Sweden: Far-right activists burn copy of Quran, plan more stunts.” Al Jazeera, Sept. 10, 2020. Mentions Rasmus Paludan (Stram Kurs leader) and Stram Kurs (Hard Line) (Danish far-right group). Full text.
Sweet, Lynn. “How the radical right is embracing — and fundraising for — Antioch teen charged in 2 Kenosha killings.” Chicago Sun-Times, Aug. 30, 2020. Mentions Tucker Carlson (Fox News commentator); Ann Coulter (commentator); FightBack Foundation Inc. (foundation formed by John Pierce and Lin Wood); Rudy Giuliani; Michelle Malkin (commentator); Carter Page (former Trump campaign adviser); John Pierce (Los Angeles-based lawyer who takes on high-profile conservative cases and one of Rittenhouse’s lawyers); Kyle Rittenhouse (teenager charged with a double murder in Kenosha, Wisconsin); Donald Trump (US President); and Lin Wood (lawyer who takes on high-profile conservative cases and one of Rittenhouse’s lawyers). Full text.
“Teen guilty of right-wing terrorism offences.” West Midlands Police, October 2, 2020. On a 17-year-old boy from Rugby who was found with over 90 documents on firearms, explosives and military tactics on his phone, who previously admitted nine counts of collecting terrorism information under section 58 of the Terrorism Act, and who was found guilty of the commission, preparation and instigation of terrorism under section 5 of the Terrorism Act. Mentions the Anders Breivik attack in Norway; the Christchurch mosque attacks; the El Paso, Texas, shooting; Feuerkrieg Division (FKD) (online extreme right wing group); Adolf Hitler; lone wolf attacks; James Mason; and swastikas. Full text and here.
Tengely-Evans, Tomáš. “10,000 protesters take on far right Slovenian government.” Socialist Worker No. 2707, 31 May 2020. On Slovenia’s prime minister Janez Jansa. Full text.
“Tensions rise in Bolivia as far-right groups mobilize against national strike.” Peoples Dispatch, August 10, 2020. Full text.
Tessieri, Enrique. “Pekka Kataja’s attackers are two far-right activists. Have the Finnish authorities awoken to the threat of such groups?” Migrant Tales, September 11, 2020. On Teemu Torssonen, a municipal politician from Jyväskylä, and Tero Ala-Tuuhonen, chairperson of Kansallismielisten liittouma, who were charged for the attempted murder of Pekka Kataja, a Perussuomnalaiset (PS) councilor of Jämsänkoski. Mentions Christian Democrats (far-right party); Jussi Halla-aho (PS chairperson and Islamophobe); Kansallismielisten liittouma (far-right group); Kohti vapautta! (neo-Nazi group); National Coalition Party (Kokoomus) (far-right party); Perussuomnalaiset (PS) party (Finns Party, formerly True Finns) (far-right party); Soldiers of Odin (far-right group); and Ville Tavio (PS parliamentary group leader). Full text.
Thomas, Elise. “Far-right groups and conspiracy theories are being brought together through the internet.” ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation), 26 February 2020. Full text.
Thompson, Elizabeth, and Andrea Bellemare. “Support for anti-government, pro-gun Boogaloo movement growing in Canada.” CBC News, July 1, 2020. Full text.
Timberg, Craig. “Parler and Gab, two conservative social media sites, keep alleged Russian disinformation up, despite report.” The Washington Post, Oct. 7, 2020. Full text.
Timsitm, Annabelle. “The rise of yet another neofascist party expands Europe’s populist reach.” Quartz, February 25, 2020. On the People’s Party-Our Slovakia, a far-right group led by neofascist politician Marian Kotleba. Full text.
Toce, Sarah.”Gretchen Whitmer boogaloo kidnapping plot was just the beginning: report.” Raw Story, October 9, 2020. Full text.
“Tommy Robinson ‘racist invective’ led to far-right targeting family, court hears.” The Guardian, 12 Mar. 2020. Full text.
Tondo, Lorenzo. “Matteo Salvini trial for kidnapping authorised by Italian senate.” The Guardian, 12 Feb. 2020. Full text.
Townsend, Mark. “Facebook algorithm found to ‘actively promote’ Holocaust denial.” The Observer, 16 Aug. 2020. Full text.
Townsend, Mark. “Far-right thugs exploit Black Lives Matter movement, warns UK anti-extremism chief.” The Observer, 28 June 2020. Full text.
Townsend, Mark. “The Iconoclast unmasked: the man behind far-right YouTube channel.” The Observer, 21 June 2020. On Daniel Atkinson, known as The Iconoclast. Full text.
“Trump, social media, right-wing news stir up antifa scares.” The Independent, 23 September 2020. Full text.
Truu, Maani. “Threats from far-right extremists have skyrocketed in Australia, with ASIO comparing tactics to IS.” SBS News, 22 September 2020. Full text.
“2 Germans arrested over far-right, anti-Semitic website.” ThinkPol, July 16, 2020. On Fadi J. and Marcus B, administrators for accused of co-founding the “Goyim Party Germany” group, a far-right group that posted pro-Nazi and anti-Semitic material online. Full text.
Vassallo, Sam. “Conspiracy Theorist Norman Lowell Addresses Anti-Illegal Immigration Protest Held Outside Parliament.” Lovin Malta, June 23, 2020. On Maltese far-right conspiracy theorist Norman Lowell. Full text.
Villarreal, Daniel. “Anti-lockdown right-wing Texas lawmaker nearly dies of coronavirus.” Raw Story, August 1, 2020. On anti-mask, anti-gay Republican Texas state Representative Tony Tinderholt, who proposed legislation to criminalize abortion. Mentions Jason Rapert, an anti-mask, anti-gay Republican Arkansas state senator who tested positive for COVID-19. Full text.
Wagner, Kurt. “Facebook Removes Network of White Supremacist Accounts.” Bloomberg, March 25, 2020. On accounts associated with the Northwest Front, a group pushing for a white nation-state in the U.S. Pacific Northwest. Full text.
Walker, Peter. “Jewish groups and MPs condemn Nigel Farage over antisemitic ‘dog whistles.'” The Guardian, 28 June 2020. On Brexit party leader Nigel Farage. Mentions Breitbart (far-right news website); “cultural Marxism”; Goldman Sachs (bank); Boris Johnson; Alex Jones (far-right US conspiracy theorist and radio host); Revelation TV (UK evangelical Christian TV channel); George Soros (billionaire philanthropist and campaigner); Donald Trump; “unelected globalists”; and Rick Wiles (far-right, antisemitic US pastor). Full text.
Walker, Shaun. “Slovenia’s PM Janša channels Orbán with attacks on media and migrants.” The Guardian, 4 May 2020. On Slovenia’s rightwing prime minister, Janez Janša, and his mentor, the far-right Hungarian prime minister, Viktor Orbán. Full text.
Walker, Shaun, and Jennifer Rankin. “Croatia’s rightwing ruling party wins election victory.” The Guardian, 6 July 2020. On the governing Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ). Full text.
Walters, Greg, and Tess Owen. “2 Boogaloos Bois Were Just Busted for Trying to Sell Arms to Hamas.” VICE News, Sept. 4, 2020. Full text.
Wheeler, Caroline, and Dipesh Gadher. “‘Hitler youths’ using Instagram to recruit children.” The Sunday Times, September 13, 2020. On the British Hand, a neo-Nazi group that has threatened to carry out an attack on Muslims and refugees arriving at Dover. Excerpt.
“White supremacist and far-right groups have infiltrated US law enforcement.” TRT World, 28 Aug. 2020. Full text.
“White Supremacist ‘Hundred Handers’ Arrested After Racist Sticker Campaigns.” Far Right Watch, April 16, 2020. On the South Yorkshire arrest of two members of the Hundred-Handers, a far-right group which printed racist stickers linking migration with the coronavirus pandemic. Full text.
Wilson, Cam. “Steve Bannon, Fraser Anning And A Robot Sex Expert Are Launching A Think Tank Together.” Gizmodo, September 29, 2020. On the launch of the Institute for Populist Economic Nationalism, whose founding by Steven Kevin Bannon, Fraser Anning, and Adrian David Cheok was announced on Sept. 19, 2020. Mentions the Institute’s manifesto. Full text.
Wilson, Jason. “Amazon and other platforms allowing payments to far-right groups.” The Guardian, 28 Apr. 2020. Mentions American Freedom party (group which advocates the deportation of non-white people and the creation of a white ethnostate); the American Identity Movement (white nationalist terrorist group); Arktos Media (alt-right publishing syndicate); the Council of Conservative Citizens; Guillaume Faye (author of Identitarian movement texts); The Great Erasure (an issue of Radix journal); the “Great Replacement” conspiracy theory; Identitarian movement; the League of the South (neo-Confederate group); the H.L. Mencken Club (anti-immigrant group); Red Ice (white nationalist media outfit); the Right Stuff (white nationalist media outfit); Dylan Roof (mass shooter); Billy Roper (antisemitic Arkansan militia leader); Richard Spencer (white nationalist); Brenton Tarrant (the Christchurch shooter); the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville; the Vandal brothers (authors who advocate race war); the VDare Foundation (anti-immigrant group); Washington Summit Publishers (publishing house run by Richard Spencer); and Markus Willinger (author of Identitarian movement texts). Full text.
Wilson, Jason. “Google giving far-right users’ data to law enforcement, documents reveal.” The Guardian, 17 Aug. 2020. Full text.
Wilson, Jason. “Prepping for a race war: documents reveal inner workings of neo-Nazi group.” The Guardian, 25 Jan. 2020. On The Base, a US-based white supremacist “social network.” Mentions “accelerationism” (an ideology which holds that acts of violence and terror are required to push liberal democracy towards collapse, preparing the way for white supremacists to seize power and establish an ethno-state); Atomwaffen Division (violent neo-Nazi group); Rinaldo Nazzaro (alias “Norman Spear” and “Roman Wolf”) (The Base’s founder); race war; Siege (book by James Mason and a key text of accelerationist neo-Nazism); “there is no political solution” (The Base’s motto); and Wire (an encrypted platform). Full text.
Wilson, Jason. “Proud Boys are a dangerous ‘white supremacist’ group say US agencies.” The Guardian, 1 Oct. 2020. Full text.
Wilson, Jason. “Revealed: the true identity of the leader of an American neo-Nazi terror group.” The Guardian, 23 Jan. 2020. Mentions “accelerationist” ideology (the belief that acts of violence and terror are required in order to push liberal democracy towards collapse, preparing the way for white supremacists to seize power and institute an ethnostate); the Base (American neo-Nazi terror group); Bitchute (far-right site); Christchurch, New Zealand, mosque killer; Harold Covington (deceased white supremacist and NWF founder); El Paso, Texas, Walmart store killer; Rinaldo Nazzaro (alias “Norman Spear” and “Roman Wolf”) (founder and leader of the Base); the Northwest Front (NWF) (white supremacist separatist group); the Northwest Territorial Imperative (NTI) (white supremacist strategy for the creation of a separatist ethnostate in the Pacific north-west, promoted by Harold Covington); race war; San Diego synagogue killer; and white ethnostate. Full text.
Wilson, Jason. “Rightwing vigilantes on armed patrol after fake rumours of antifa threat.” The Guardian, 6 June 2020. Mentions antifa (a term meaning “anti-fascist”; used to describe a wide spectrum of leftist and anarchist groups and individuals, and not a separate organization that could be declared a terrorist group, as Trump tweeted recently); the Fallen Saints (a motorcycle club made up of veterans and active duty soldiers); the Northern California militia (militia group); the Oath Keepers (militia group); “prepper” survivalist movement; “State of Jefferson” movement (secessionist and pro-militia movement which seeks to carve out a new state in northern California and southern Oregon); the Three Percenters (conservative militia group); Donald Trump; and white supremacists. Full text.
Wilson, Jason. “Violence by far right is among US’s most dangerous terrorist threats, study finds.” The Guardian, 27 June 2020. Full text.
Wilson, Jason. “White nationalist hate groups have grown 55% in Trump era, report finds.” The Guardian, 18 Mar. 2020. Full text.
Wilson, Jason, and Robert Evans. “Revealed: pro-Trump activists plotted violence ahead of Portland rallies.” The Guardian, 23 Sept. 2020. Mentions Patriots Coalition; “1776 2.0” (an armed pro-Trump militia; and Donald Trump. Full text.
Winton, Richard, Maura Dolan, and Anita Chabria. “Far-right ‘boogaloo boys’ linked to killing of California law officers and other violence.” Los Angeles Times, June 17, 2020. Full text.
Wong, Julia Carrie. “Facebook to ban QAnon-themed groups, pages and accounts in crackdown.” The Guardian, 6 Oct. 2020. Full text.
Woodward, Alex. “FBI raises neo-Nazi threat level to same as Isis.” The Independent, 7 February 2020. Full text.
Woodward, Alex. “Federal law enforcement sounded alarm on far-right and white supremacist threats in US for months.” The Independent, Oct. 9, 2020. Full text.
Woodward, Alex. “We signed up for Parler. Here’s what you’ll find on the right’s latest social media platform.” The Independent, 2 July 2020. Full text.
Wu, Nicholas. “Lawmakers introduce bipartisan measure condemning right-wing conspiracy theory Qanon.” USA Today, Aug. 26, 2020. Full text.
York, Chris. “Far-Right Group Britain First Is Setting Up A ‘Training Centre’ In London.” HuffPost UK, August 4, 2020. Mentions Britain First (British far-right Islamophobic group, banned from Facebook in March 2018); Jayda Fransen (former Britain First leader); and Paul Golding (Britain First leader found guilty of an offence under the Terrorism Act). Full text and here.
Young, Evan. “Why the far-right and militia groups are protesting coronavirus lockdowns in the US.” SBS News, 23 April 2020. Mentions anti-vaccination conspiracy theory; Confederate battle flags; 5G conspiracy theory; Alex Jones (conspiracy theorist); the Michigan Conservative Coalition (right-wing lobby group with links to the Trump administration); the Michigan Freedom Fund (right-wing lobby group with links to the Trump administration); the Michigan Militia; the Proud Boys (a far-right group accused of violence and racism in countries across the world); QAnon conspiracy theory; and Donald Trump (United States President). Full text.
Young, Sarah. “Conversion Therapy: What Is it and Why Is it Still Legal in Britain?” The Independent, 21 July 2020. On conversion therapy (also known as “cure” therapy or “reparative” therapy), which refers to any form of treatment or psychotherapy which aims to change a person’s sexual orientation or to suppress a person’s gender identity. Full text.
Zadrozny, Brandy, Ben Collins, and Andrew Blankstein. “Man charged in deputy ambush scrawled extremist ‘Boogaloo’ phrases in blood.” NBC News, June 11, 2020. On Steven Carrillo, accused of killing a sheriff’s deputy in Santa Cruz County, California. Mentions the phrases “boog” and “I became unreasonable,” both associated with boogaloo, a far-right anti-government movement that aims to start a second American civil war, and scrawled by Steven Carrillo. Full text.
BLOG POSTS AND OPINION PIECES
Aguilera-Carnerero, Carmen. “The Tale of the Two Spains.” Fair Observer, Apr. 7, 2020. Comparing and contrasting Podemos, a left-wing party, and VOX, a far-right party, as examples of present-day populism in Spain. Full text and here.
Ahmed, Nafeez. “Scamademics? Right-Wing Lobbying Groups Reviving ‘Herd Immunity’ in the UK.” Byline Times, 23 September 2020. Mentions Conservatives for Patient Rights (US lobby group which attacked the NHS and President Barack Obama’s healthcare reforms); Doctors for Reform group (a free-market pressure group accused in 2004 of being supported by the Conservative Party); Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) (right-wing libertarian institute); and Karol Sikora (Doctors for Reform founder). Full text.
Ahmed, Reem, and Daniela Pisoiu. “How Extreme is the European Far-Right: A Twitter Analysis.” VOX-Pol Blog, May 20, 2020. Full text.
Akerø-Stueland, Karen Viktoria, Luca Montag, and Rebecca Gordon Cage. “Nazi Advocacy Shielded By Freedom Of Expression In Norway.” Human Rights Pulse, September 13, 2020. On three members of the neo-Nazi Nordic Resistance Movement whose hate speech convictions for hanging up flags adorned with swastikas and the inscription “We are back!” were quashed on appeal. Full text.
Albertazzi, Daniele, and Davide Pellegrino. “Matteo Salvini fails to make waves in local election but Italy’s government remains on a knife edge.” The Conversation, January 28, 2020. Full text.
Alessio, Dominic, and Robert Wallis. “Racist occultism in the UK: behind the Order of Nine Angles (O9A).” openDemocracy, 23 July 2020. Mentions “Ariosophy” (racist occultism that influenced National Socialism); the Atomwaffen Division (AWD) (US extremist group); the Black Sun (or Sonnenrad) (a Nazi symbol drawing on Ariosophic imagery); the Christchurch murderer; James Alex Field (Charlottesville murderer); Wulf Ingessunu (Woden’s Folk leader); Colin Jordan; Thomas Mair (the murderer of UK MP Jo Cox); James Mason (neo-Nazi writer); David William Myatt (aka Anton Long) (Colin Jordan’s former bodyguard, NSM co-founder, and O9A founder); National Socialism; National Socialist Movement (NSM) (UK group); the “Order of Nine Angles” (O9A) (UK-based violent occult group); “political religion” (Emilio Gentile’s concept of a philosophy whose primary aim is to fashion a “new supranational civilisation”); Secret of the Runes (Ariosophic runic publication); Guido von List (Ariosophy co-founder); and Woden’s Folk (UK-based racist occult group). Full text and here.
Ali, Mohammad. “The Rise of a Hindu Vigilante in the Age of WhatsApp and Modi.” WIRED, April 14, 2020. Mentions L. K. Advani (a cofounder of the BJP); the Bajrang Dal (the RSS’s radical Islamophobic Hindu youth militia that has long waged a vigilante crusade against cow slaughter); Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) (political arm of the RSS and India’s ruling party); ghar vapasi (“homecoming”) (the name of the RSS’s initiative to convert all Muslims and Christians to Hinduism); Madhav Sadashiv Golwalkar (the second supreme leader of the RSS); Hindutva (an ideology that aims to refashion India into a state for Hindus); “land jihad” (a supposed conspiracy among Muslims to take over land and property in Hindu areas, make Hindus leave, and gradually take over whole neighborhoods); “love jihad” (a supposedly widespread conspiracy among Muslims to Islamize India through sex and dating); Narendra Modi (far-right Hindu nationalist and Indian prime minister); the Nazi Sturmabteilung (SA) (the militia group that protected Hitler’s first rallies); “population jihad” (a supposed conspiracy among Muslims to use their high fertility rate to outnumber Hindus); Vivek Premi (a former Bajrang Dal leader and a district secretary for the BJP); the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) (a right-wing paramilitary volunteer organization that advances the cause of Hindutva); and the RSS (Hindu nationalist volunteer corps, established in 1925). Full text.
Allchorn, William. “Cumulative Extremism Online: How Moral and Strategic Aims Predict Narrative Escalation.” GNET – Global Network on Extremism & Technology, 6 April 2020. Full text.
Allchorn, William. “Moving Away from Islamist Extremism: Assessing Counter Narrative Responses to the Far-Right Online.” GNET – Insights, 13 August 2020. Full text.
Allchorn, William. “Technology and the Swarm: A Dialogic Turn in Online Far-Right Activism.” GNET – Global Network on Extremism & Technology, 17 January 2020. Full text.
Allen, Chris. “London’s ‘Mega Mosque:’ Islamophobia in the COVID-19 ‘New Normal.'” Fair Observer, July 23, 2020. Full text.
Amend, Alex. “Blood and Vanishing Topsoil: American Ecofascism Past, Present, and in the Coming Climate Crisis.” Political Research Associates, July 9, 2020. Mentions accelerationism (the belief that a social system’s internal contradictions should be pushed to their limits in order to hasten the system’s collapse or demise as well as create space for radical social change to take root); altright.com; American Renaissance (white supremacist online monthly); anti-immigration laws; anti-miscegenation laws; anti-multiculturalism; anti-United Nations Declaration of Human Rights; Arktos Media (European-based white nationalist publishing house); Atomwaffen Division (U.S.-based neonazi terror group); The Base (neonazi organization); Blut und Boden (blood and soil) (Nazi Germany’s philosophy); Anders Breivik (Norwegian white supremacist attacker); Breivik’s manifesto; Can Life Prevail?: A Radical Approach to the Environmental Crisis (2009 collection of essays by Pentti Linkola); CBRN: Surviving Chemical, Biological, Radiological & Nuclear Events (French survivalist book); the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS); climate change denialism; the “competitive exclusion principle” (the principle that, in a fight between two populations over finite resources, one will inevitably lose out); Counter-Currents Publishing (U.S.-based white nationalist publishing house); Alain de Benoist (leading philosopher of the ENR); deceleration (going off-grid and creating self-sufficient communities organized around shared political beliefs); “deep ecology” (a biocentric environmental philosophy founded by Arne Næss that holds, “It would be better for humans if there were fewer of them, and much better for other creatures”); Savitri Devi (Hitler-worshipping ecofascist); the “Ecogram” (a group of ecofascist Telegram accounts); 8chan (image board popular with white supremacist trolls); El Paso, Texas, Walmart shooter; the El Paso shooter’s manifesto; “ethnic autonomy”; ethnopluralism (de Benoist’s idea of a racial “right to difference”); ethnostates (preserves for “human biodiversity”); the European New Right (ENR); the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR); “grand remplacement” (“the great replacement”) (the conspiracist theory that a global elite is orchestrating the replacement of White Europeans with non-European immigrants); Madison Grant (US environmentalist and eugenicist); “The Great Replacement” (Tarrant’s manifesto); The Green Brigade (short-lived accelerationist ecofascist group); Ernst Haeckel (German zoologist who coined the term “ecology,” racial eugenicist, and a believer in “nordic racial superiority”); Garrett Hardin (reactionary ecologist); Harassment Architecture (2019 novel by Mike Ma); Adolf Hitler; Jorian Jenks (English fascist and organic farming pioneer); “Jews will not replace us” (white supremacist chant at the “Unite the White” rally); Greg Johnson (Counter-Currents editor); Ted Kaczynski (U.S. anti-technology terrorist); Storm King (U.S. electronic musician and far-right environmentalist influencer); Ludwig Klages (German psychologist who denounced the “ever-increasing mechanization” of mankind that was engendering the “desecration of the natural world”); “Lifeboat Ethics: the Case Against Helping the Poor” (essay by Garrett Hardin); Pentti Linkola (Finnish ecofascist writer); Mike Mahoney (aka Mike Ma) (violent, accelerationist far-right environmentalist influencer); Cordelia Scaife May (heiress and funder ofFAIR, CIS, and like-minded organizations); Stephen Miller (White House senior policy adviser); National Vanguard (neonazi publisher); Arne Næss (Norwegian philosopher and deep ecologist); The Passing of the Great Race (1916 book by Madison Grant which laid out a pseudo-scientific classification of races); Our Plundered Planet (book by Henry Fairfield Osborn, Jr.); “Pine Tree Party” (brand created by Mike Ma); The Population Bomb (1968 book by Paul Erhlich); Progressives for Immigration Reform (PFIR) (Tanton-allied group); “race suicide”; The Right Stuff (white nationalist podcast network); The Road to Survival (book by William Vogt); Dylann Roof (white supremacist mass killer); Alfred Rosenberg (Nazi theorist); segregationism; The Social Contract (now-retired journal); South African apartheid; Richard Spencer (Alt Right figure); Brett Stevens (U.S. ecofascist who runs Amerika.org and the fansite PenttiLinkola.com); Stormfront; John Tanton (white nationalist conservationist and founder of several anti-immigrant organizations); Brenton Tarrant (Christchurch, New Zealand, mass killer); Jared Taylor (American Renaissance editor); the Third Reich; “The Tragedy of the Commons” (essay by Garrett Hardin); Donald Trump (US President); The Turner Diaries (race-war novel by William Pierce); the “Unite the White” rally (Charlottesville, Virginia, 2017); white ethnostate; white identity; white nationalists; white supremacists; Henry Williamson (English author); and Milo Yiannopoulos. Full text.
“America’s far right is energised by covid-19 lockdowns.” The Economist, May 17, 2020. Full text.
Ananthavinayagan, Thamil Venthan. “The German radical right are not so hit by the virus: a reply to Hans-Georg Betz.” openDemocracy, 5 May 2020. Responding to Betz,”In Germany, the radical right is hit hard by the virus,” openDemocracy, 1 May 2020. Full text.
Anglen, Robert. “Ammon Bundy’s new anti-government standoff: Mask mandates and quarantines.” Arizona Republic, Aug. 27, 2020. Full text.
Antelava, Natalia. “Infodemic: A new agenda for Europe’s radical right and delving into China’s fake research papers.” Coda Story, 9 October 2020. Mentions Richard Koller (former regional SVP head now campaigning for a referendum to amend the Swiss constitution to insure that vaccination can never be mandatory) and People’s Party (SVP) (Swiss right-wing populist and the largest party in the country’s national assembly). Full text.
Antifa International. “2019: The Year In Fascist & Far-Right Extremist Violence.” 2020. Full text.
Arbuthnot, Sean. “How COVID-19 Has Impacted Counter-Extremism Efforts.” Rantt, July 24, 2020. Full text.
Archibald, Sarah. “The English Nazi behind the Scottish far-right protest group.” HOPE not hate, 26 June 2020. On the National Defence League (NDL), also known as the Loyalist Defence League (LDL), and members Lee Parkinson, Richard Linford, and Christopher Bell, and on the former Scottish Defence League (SDL), which recently resurfaced as the “National Rebirth of Scotland.” Full text.
Argentino, Marc-André, and Amarnath Amarasingam. “The COVID Conspiracy Files.” GNET – Global Network on Extremism & Technology, 8 April 2020. Full text.
Argüello, José Guadalupe, III, and Ben Norton. “Meet the far-right oligarchs working to topple Mexico’s progressive President AMLO.” The Grayzone, June 25, 2020. Mentions Juan Bosco Abascal (religious extremist, a Family, Force of the Future leader, and FRENA member); Americas Society / Council of the Americas (ASCOA) (US-based business organization posing as a think tank that lobbies for neoliberal policies); Jair Bolsonaro (Brazil’s fascistic leader); Congreso Nacional Ciudadano (CNC) (National Citizen Congress ) (a group of oligarchs who aggressively lobby for right-wing neoliberal policies); Family, Force of the Future (ultra-conservative NGO); Pedro Ferriz de Con (anti-AMLO journalist and FRENA member); Frente Nacional Anti-AMLO (FRENA) (National Anti-AMLO Front) (far-right Mexican group of corporate leaders and far-right fanatics trying to overthrow President Andrés Manuel López Obrador); From the Nest of the Serpent (novel by Abascal); Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) (neoliberal Mexican party); Enrique Krauze (prominent right-wing media personality); Carlos Loret de Mola (anti-AMLO journalist); Rafael Loret de Mola (neoliberal journalist and FRENA member); Gilberto Lozano (Mexican oligarch, CNC leader, and FRENA leader); Marcial Maciel (Mexican priest accused of sexually molesting eight teenage seminarians over two decades); “Mexico Sao Paulo Forum Communist Plan” (conspiracy theory that the Sao Paulo Forum is controlling governments and social movements in South and even North America); National Action Party (PAN) (right-wing Mexican party); Mike Pence (US Vice President); Regnum Christi (conservative Roman catholic order); David Rockefeller (ASCOA founder); Gene Sharp (author of the soft-coup manual From Dictatorship to Democracy); Donald Trump (US President); and Vox (Spanish neo-fascist party). Full text and here and here.
Ariza, Cristina. “The far right knows exactly how to capitalise on a crisis like coronavirus.” The Independent, 1 July 2020. Full text.
Ariza, Cristina. “The many faces of neo-Nazism in the UK.” openDemocracy, 6 February 2020. Mentions accelerationist movement (a movement whose main ideological doctrine is to bring about civilizational collapse through acts of violence); Atomwaffen Division (US-based violent neo-Nazi cell); Anders Breivik; Britain First (anti-Muslim group); British National Party; Jo Cox (Labour MP); Democratic Football Lads Alliance (anti-Muslim group); Andrew Dymock (accused of 12 terror offences); English Defence League (anti-Muslim group); Adolf Hitler; Iron March (neo-Nazi website); Thomas Mair (killing of Jo Cox in 2016); National Action (militant neo-Nazi group; proscribed as a terrorist organisation in December 2016); National Rebirth of Poland (violent offshoot of the Polish radical right with UK presence); National Socialist Anti-Capitalist Action (NS131) (National Action splinter group; proscribed by the government in September 2017); The Order of the Nine Angles (a group which mixes Satanist rituals with devotion to Hitler); Jack Renshaw (acquitted of being a member of National Action but associated with its ideology); Tommy Robinson (ex-English Defence League leader); Scottish Dawn (National Action splinter group; proscribed by the government in September 2017); Sonnenkrieg Division (the latest iteration of National Action); System Resistance Network (SRN) (National Action splinter group); and “white jihad.” Full text.
Ariza, Cristina. “20% Of Young White Britons Hold Radical Right Views, Research Shows.” Rantt, October 5, 2020. Full text.
Armiak, David. “ALEC Exploits Pandemic to Push Right-Wing Policy Goals at Annual Meeting.” On the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC). PR Watch (Center for Media and Democracy (CMD)), July 16, 2020. Full text.
Armiak, David, and and Alex Kotch. “ALEC Leading Right-Wing Campaign to Reopen the Economy Despite COVID-19.” Exposed (Center by Media & Democracy), April 30, 2020. Mentions the American Enterprise Institute (Koch-backed organization); the American Family Association (anti-LGBTQ hate group); the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) (a corporate lobby front group where legislators and corporate lobbyists vote behind closed doors to adopt model legislation on a broad range of public policy issues); Americans for Prosperity (Koch group); Bill Barr (Attorney General); Ben Carson (HUD Secretary); the Center for Security Policy (anti-Muslim hate group); Competitive Enterprise Institute (Koch-backed organization); Anne Schlafly Cori (Eagle Forum chair and daughter of Phyllis Schlafly); Betsy DeVos (Education Secretary); Eagle Forum (religious right organization that has associated with anti-LGBTQ, anti-immigrant, and anti-Muslim hate figures); the Family Research Council (anti-LGBTQ hate group); Frank Gaffney (founder of the Center for Security Policy); Newt Gingrich; Heritage Foundation (Koch-funded foundation); Hoover Institution at Stanford University (Koch-funded organization); Job Creators Network (Koch network-tied organization); Phil Kerpen (Committee to Unleash Prosperity president); Charles Koch (ALEC funder); David Koch; Art Laffer (ALEC’s favorite economist); Mackinac Center (Koch-funded organization); Ed Meese (of the Heritage Foundation); Stephen Moore (of FreedomWorks and a co-founder of the Committee to Unleash Prosperity); Lisa Nelson (ALEC’s CEO); Mike Pence (Vice President); Tony Perkins (Family Research Council president); “Save Our Country Coalition” (SOCC) (recently-launched right-wing effort “to reopen US society and preserve the American way of life”); 60 Plus Association (formerly Koch-funded organization); Eunie Smith (Eagle Forum president); State Policy Network (Koch-backed organization); Clarence Thomas (Supreme Court Justice); Ginni Thomas (wife of Clarence Thomas); and Donald Trump (President). Full text and here and here.
Arsenault, Elizabeth Grimm, and Joseph Stabile. “Confronting Russia’s Role in Transnational White Supremacist Extremism.” Just Security, February 6, 2020. Full text.
Azzouzi, AbdelHaq. “Europe & Far-Right Parties, Op-ed.” Sada El balad, September 11, 2020. Full text.
Baboulias, Yiannis. “How to Beat the Nazis in 2020.” The Atlantic, October 8, 2020. On Greek far-right party Golden Dawn, whose leadership was convicted of running a criminal organization. Full text.
Baldet, Will. “The Far-Right – legitimate agitators or extremists? A UK perspective.” ConnectFutures, July 9, 2020. Full text.
Balogh, Eva S. “There Is Nothing New under the Sun: Political Progression of the Hungarian Far Right.” Hungarian Spectrum, August 11, 2020. Full text.
Barbero, Michele. “How Tintin became an unlikely poster boy for the far right.” WIRED UK, 16 August 2020. Full text.
Barr, Nicolaas P. “The New Dutch Far Right.” Jewish Currents, July 2, 2020. On the rise of Thierry Baudet, leader of the Dutch far-right party Forum for Democracy (FvD). Full text.
Barros, Laura, and Manuel Santos Silva. “Right-wing populism in the tropics: The rise of Jair Bolsonaro.” CEPR Policy Portal (VOX), 24 January 2020. Full text.
Barrouquere, Brett. “Once a Political Force, Richard Spencer and National Policy Institute Go Quiet.” Southern Poverty Law Center, January 10, 2020. Full text.
Beck, Thorsten, Orkun Saka, and Paolo Volpin. “Financial crises and right-wing populism: how do politics and finance shape each other?” LSE Business Review, July 7, 2020. Full text.
Beckett, Lois. “How Facebook and the White House let the ‘boogaloo’ movement grow.” The Guardian, 1 July 2020. Full text.
Beckett, Lois. “How the US military has failed to address white supremacy in its ranks.” The Guardian, 24 June 2020. Full text.
Beckett, Lois. “Michigan terror plot: why rightwing extremists are thriving on Facebook.” The Guardian, 10 Oct. 2020. Full text.
Beckett, Lois. “White supremacists or anti-police libertarians? What we know about the ‘boogaloo.'” The Guardian, 8 July 2020. Full text.
Beer, Tommy. “Accused Killer Of California Cops Was Associated With Right-Wing ‘Boogaloo Movement.'” Forbes, June 16, 2020. On Steven Carrillo, the U.S. Air Force sergeant who allegedly murdered law enforcement officers in California during protests earlier this month. Full text.
Bejarano, Eddie. “Anti-Immigrant Movement Has History of Politicizing Disease.” Hatewatch – Southern Poverty Law Center, April 21, 2020. Full text.
Belam, Martin, and Adam Gabbatt. “Proud Boys: who are the far-right group that backs Donald Trump?” The Guardian, 30 Sept. 2020. Full text.
Bellaiche, Julien. “Online Antisemitism in Times of COVID-19.” GNET – Global Network on Extremism & Technology, 21 April 2020. Full text.
Bello, Walden. “The Far Right: Formidable but not Unbeatable.” Focus on the Global South, July 6, 2020. Full text.
Bennhold, Katrin. “As Neo-Nazis Seed Military Ranks, Germany Confronts ‘an Enemy Within.'” The New York Times, July 3, 2020. Full text.
Bennhold, Katrin. “Body Bags and Enemy Lists: How Far-Right Police Officers and Ex-Soldiers Planned for ‘Day X.'” The New York Times, Aug. 1, 2020. Mentions the Alternative for Germany (German far-right party); Compact (a prominent German far-right magazine); Day X (a mythical moment when Germany’s social order collapses, requiring committed far-right extremists, in their telling, to save themselves and rescue the nation); the “deep state”; Bill Gates; Marko Gross (Nordkreuz leader); the National Socialist Underground (German far-right terrorist group); Nordkreuz, or Northern Cross (a German far-right anti-immigrant group, formed in 2016); “Reichsbürger,” or citizen of the Reich, movement (a movement that does not recognize the postwar German state); the Thule Seminar (pro-Hitler white supremacist organization); and Donald Trump (US President). Full text.
Beran, Dale. “The Boogaloo Tipping Point.” The Atlantic, July 4, 2020. Mentions the alt-right (far-right fascist group of angry young men, which formed in 2015); the “boogaloo” movement (a patchwork of right-leaning anti-government libertarians, Second Amendment advocates, and gun enthusiasts all preparing for another American civil war); Steven Carrillo (Air Force sergeant, part of the “boogaloo” movement, and alleged shooter of two federal security officers); 8chan (4chan copycat site, later replaced by a site called 8kun); 4chan (anarchic anonymous message board, founded in 2003); “incels” (involuntary celibates); Robert A. Justus Jr. (Carrillo’s alleged accomplice); Timothy McVeigh (bomber of an Oklahoma federal building in 1995); Ruby Ridge, Idaho; Donald Trump (US President); the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia; and Waco, Texas. Full text.
Betz, Hans-Georg. “The Colorful World of Coronavirus Conspiracies.” Fair Observer, May 13, 2020. Full text.
Betz, Hans-Georg. “In Germany, the radical right is hit hard by the virus.” openDemocracy, 1 May 2020. Full text.
Beutel, Alejandro, and Daryl Johnson. “Far-Right Extremist Mobilization Surges During U.S. Unrest.” Center for Global Policy, August 3, 2020. Full text.
Bevensee, Emmi. “How COVID and Syria Conspiracies Introduce Fascism to the Left. Part I: The Red-Brown Media Spectrum.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, September 9, 2020. Full text.
Bevensee, Emmi. “How COVID and Syria Conspiracy Theories Introduce Fascism to the Left. Part 2: The Red-Brown Media Spectrum.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, September 18, 2020. Full text.
Bevensee, Emmi. “How COVID and Syria Conspiracy Theories Introduce Fascism to the Left Part 3: The Red-Brown Media Spectrum.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, September 25, 2020. Full text.
Bialasiewicz, Luiza, and Hanna L. Muehlenhoff. “‘Personal sovereignty’ in pandemics: or, why do today’s ‘sovereignists’ reject state sovereignty?” openDemocracy, 30 June 2020. Full text.
Bickerton, James. “British conservatives and the far-right — a warning.” The Article, February 6, 2020. Full text.
Bilton, Nick. “How Facebook Became the Social Media Home of the Right.” Vanity Fair, June 5, 2020. Full text.
Blazakis, Jason M. “Better intel could help the US designate white supremacist groups as terrorists.” The Hill, 3 March 2020. Full text.
Blazakis, Jason M. “The Frighteningly Sophisticated Plot to Kidnap Gretchen Whitmer.” Slate, Oct. 8, 2020. Full text.
Bliss, Laura. “MapLab: The Spread of Far-Right Vigilantism.” Citylab Maplab – Bloomberg, September 9, 2020. Includes Alexander Reid Ross’s map of far-right actors and vigilantes showing up to challenge anti-racist protests in the U.S. since June 2020. Full text.
Bloom, Mia. “Far-Right Infiltrators and Agitators in George Floyd Protests: Indicators of White Supremacists.” Just Security, May 30, 2020. Full text.
Blum, Bill. “Bill Barr is an authoritarian fanatic intent on establishing Christian theocracy in America.” Alternet, September 10, 2020. Full text.
Bob, Yonah Jeremy. “Far-right obsession with bioterror could lead to work with al-Qaeda, Iran.” The Jerusalem Post, June 25, 2020. Full text.
Bogerts, Lisa, and Maik Fielitz. “The Visual Culture of Far-Right Terrorism.” GNET – Global Network on Extremism & Technology, 31 March 2020. Full text.
Bolet, Diane. “Economic competition between native workers and migrants has a clear link with support for the radical right among French voters.” LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog, March 6, 2020. Full text.
“The Boogaloo Movement – From Eccentric Distraction to Domestic Terror.” The Cipher Brief, June 15, 2020. Full text.
Bourdon, Sébastien. “At Ukraine’s Asgardsrei, A French Connection.” Bellingcat, May 1, 2020. Mentions Asgardsrei (neo-Nazi music festival, hosted annually in Kyiv); the Azov movement; Bastion Social (the GUD’s short-lived violent offspring); Steven Bissuel (leader of the GUD in the French city of Lyon); CasaPound (Italian far-right movement); Marc de Cacqueray-Valmenier (also known as Marc “Hassin”) (French far-right militant); 1st Paneuropa Conference (Kyiv, April 2017); the French New Right (Nouvelle Droite); the “Groupe Union Défense” (GUD) (a far-right youth group, established in 1968 and disbanded in 2017, known for its violent tactics and frequent clashes with leftist university students); Adolf Hitler; Pascal Lasalle (far-right intellectual figure); Marine Le Pen (National Rally leader); mixed martial arts (MMA); National Corps (Ukrainian far-right movement); National Rally (formerly the National Front) (French far right party); National Socialist black metal (NSBM); Nordisk Ungdom (Swedish French); “Ouest Casual” (West Casual) (French far-right Telegram channel); Peste Noire (French far-right music band); Olena Semenyaka (the National Corps’ International Secretary); the Third Reich; Dominique Venner (French New Right figure); and Zouaves Paris (ZVP) (violent French far-right group). Full text.
Breland, Ali. “Right-Wing Conspiracists Linked Antifa to the Wildfires. Then They Got a Big Boost From Russian Media.” Mother Jones, September 12, 2020. On the conspiracy theory that antifa started wildfires in Portland. Mentions antifa (the disparate and splintered group of antifascists); Breitbart; Gateway Pundit (conspiracy-laundering American right-wing website); Andy Ngo (right-wing propagandist associated with Patriot Prayer); Patriot Prayer (violent far-right group); The Post Millennial (American right-wing website); and RT (formerly Russia Today) (a Russian state-controlled media outlet known for mixing news with Russian propaganda). Full text.
Briggs, Billy. “National Defence League founder is neo-Nazi from England, campaigners claim.” The Ferret, June 29, 2020. Mentions Blood and Honour (violent neo-Nazi group which is active in Scotland and across Europe); the English Defence League; National Action (banned group); the National Defence League (NDL) (also known as Loyalist Defence League (LDL)) (far right group, believed to be a re-invention of the Scottish Defence League); the Orange Lodge; Lee Parkinson (former Leeds Nazi and one of the founders of NDL); Scottish Dawn (banned group); Scottish Defence League (SDL) (far right group); and Scottish Protestants Against Discrimination. Full text.
Broches, Emma, and Julia Solomon-Strauss. “White Supremacist Prosecutions Roundup.” Lawfare, July 13, 2020. Full text.
Broder, David. “The Rise of Italy’s Populist Right Is a Bleak Warning From the Recent Past.” Jacobin, July 17, 2020. Full text.
Brokeš, Filip. “German far-right group uses YouTube, podcasts and rap to convert Gen Z.” Coda Story, 22 June 2020. On Ein Prozent (One Percent), German funder of nationalist influencers. Mentions Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) (German far-right party); Arcadi (far-right lifestyle magazine); Arcadi Musik (far-right label and Arcadi offshoot); Chris Ares (right-wing German rapper); Alain de Benoist (French political philosopher widely considered the founder of the Nouvelle Droite); Jack Donovan (U.S. alt-right anti-feminist writer and men’s rights activist); Alexander Gauland (AfD co-chairman); Identitarian movement (anti-immigrant movement); Alexander Kleine (German far-right influencer, a member of the anti-immigrant Identitarian movement, and Laut Gedacht co-producer); Komplott (German for “conspiracy”) (right-wing German rapper); Götz Kubitschek (Ein Prozent founder, co-founder of the German branch of the Identitarian movement, and head of Verlag Antaios); Laut Gedacht (German far-right YouTube channel); metapolitics (New Right strategy to filter reactionary ideology into society via non-political channels such as music, literature and art); the Nouvelle Droite movement; Viktor Orban (Hungary’s right-wing populist prime minister); Martin Sellner (Austrian co-founder of the German branch of the Identitarian movement); Brenton Tarrant (Australian-born gunman who murdered 51 worshipers at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand); Telegram (encrypted messaging platform popular with far-right and other extremist groups); Phillip Thaler (German far-right influencer and Laut Gedacht co-producer); Hans Thomas Tillschneider (AfD politician and member of the board of directors of Ein Prozent); and Verlag Antaios (far-right publishing house). Full text.
Bruno, Valerio Alfonso. “Salvini May Have Lost Emilia Romagna, But the League Is Still on the Rise.” Fair Observer, Jan. 30, 2020. Full text.
Bruno, Valerio Alfonso, and James F. Downes. “The case of Fratelli d’Italia: how radical-right populists in Italy and beyond are building global networks.” Democratic Audit UK, 27 Feb. 2020. On the national conservative “populist” party Brothers of Italy (“Fratelli d’Italia” – FdI) and its leader Giorgia Meloni. Full text.
Brzezinski, Nadin. “Accelerationism, Civil War and Far Right.” Medium, June 18, 2020. Full text.
Buarque, Beatriz. “An anti-Semitic wave may hit the world in the aftermath of the pandemic.” openDemocracy, 17 April 2020. Full text.
Buranyi, Stephen. “How coronavirus has brought together conspiracy theorists and the far right.” The Guardian, 4 Sept. 2020. Mentions anti-5G; anti-vax movement; British Union of Fascists flag; Piers Corbyn (long-time anti-vaxxer and climate-change denier); Front National (French far-right party); David Icke (antisemitic conspiracy theorist); Northern League; Viktor Orbán; Qanon (US conspiracy movement whose central premise is that Donald Trump is waging a clandestine war against an all-knowing globalist paedophile conspiracy from his rebel stronghold in the White House); George Soros (Jewish financier); Stand Up X (“SUX”) (UK-based anti-5G movement); and Donald Trump. Full text.
Burdeau, Cain. “Salvini, Once Dominant, Finds His Far-Right Party in Retreat in Italy.” Courthouse News Service, September 22, 2020. Mentions Francesco Acquaroli (far-right politician with the Brothers of Italy); the Brothers of Italy (far-right party, an offshoot of the Italian Social Movement); the Italian Social Movement (neo-fascist party); the League (nationalist far-right party); Giorgia Meloni (Brothers of Italy leader); and Matteo Salvini (Italy’s former interior minister). Full text.
Burley, Shane. “How White Racists Dream: Metapolitics and Fascist Publishing.” Full Stop, February 24, 2020. Mentions the “Alternative Right” (alt-right); Arktos Media (fascist publisher); Artists of the Right (title by Kerry Bolton); Steve Bannon; Bharatiya Janata Party (Hindu-nationalist party); Blood Axis (far-right band); Kerry Bolton (Counter-Currents author); Can Life Prevail? (Linkola’s 2009 book); Collin Cleary (Counter-Currents author); The Columbine Pilgrim (title by Andy Nowicki); Combat 18 (neo-Nazi group); Harold Covington (Northwest Front and Combat 18 organizer); Counter-Currents (fascist book publishing house); “Cuckservative” (alt-right hashtag); Nathan Damigo (founder of Identity Evropa); Gabriele D’Annunzio; Alain de Benoist (French philosopher); Savitri Devi (eccentric Nazi who claimed that Hitler was an avatar of the Vedic god Vishnu); Aleksandr Dugin (leader of the Eurasianist Russian nationalist movement); ethnonationalism; “ethnopluralism” (a sort of nationalism for all peoples); Eurasianist Russian nationalist movement; European “identitarian” movement; the European New Right (a canon of French philosophers led by Alain de Benoist); Julius Evola; A Fair Hearing: The Alt-Right in the Words of Its Members and Leaders (2018 Arktos anthology); Guillaume Faye (Islamophobic European New Right author); Daniel Friberg (far-right Swedish nationalist, owner of Right On, and member of the board of Wiking Minerals); the Front National (national populist party); the German “Conservative Revolution”; Golden Dawn (national populist party); Antonio Gramsci (Italian Marxist thinker); René Guénon; Knut Hamsun; Adolf Hitler; “identitarians”; Identity Evropa; Integral Tradition Publishing (publisher later absorbed by Arktos Media); Sol Invictus (far-right band); Derrick Jensen (primitivist writer and Deep Green Resistance founder); “Jewish power”; Jobbik (anti-Semitic fascist party); Greg Johnson (white nationalist movement philosopher and Counter-Currents co-founder); Carl Jung; Kali Yuga (a “dark age” predicted in the Vedic scriptures); Ku Klux Klan (KKK); Charles Krafft (Seattle’s iconoclastic porcelain sculptor and Holocaust denier); D. H. Lawrence; Wyndham Lewis; Colin Liddell (former co-editor of AlternativeRight.com); The Lightning and the Sun (book by Savitri Devi ); Pentti Linkola (Finnish ecologist); H. P. Lovecraft (racialist); Kevin MacDonald (academic anti-Semite); Filippo Marinetti; H. L. Mencken (racialist); Metapedia (white nationalist alternative to Wikipedia); metapolitics; John Morgan (Budapest-based fascist publisher and former Arktos editor); the National Policy Institute (Richard Spencer’s organization); neo-paganism; the Nordic League (organization founded by Daniel Friberg); the “North American New Right”; the Northwest Forum (Seattle conference organized by Greg Johnson); the Northwest Front (neo-Nazi group); Andy Nowicki (Counter-Currents author, co-host of Vanguard Radio, and former co-editor of AlternativeRight.com); The Occidental Quarterly (white nationalist journal); Mike Polignano (Counter-Currents co-founder); Ezra Pound; race and IQ; Red Ice Creations (alt-right media operation); Right On (alt-right website); the Right Stuff (alt-right podcast); Rukkanor (far-right band); Jacob Senholt (Arktos co-founder); Sri Sri Ravi Shankar (Arktos author); Richard Spencer (founder of AlternativeRight.com); Oswald Spengler (fascist author); Bhakti Vikasa Swami (far-right white Krishna leader); Sweden Democrats (far-right party); the Swedish Resistance Movemen; Jared Taylor (American Renaissance founder); Telos (journal which has published Alain de Benoist); Traditionalism (a philosophy that all religious traditions descended from one single divine source, but only when they kept their “chain of initiation” and hierarchical “exoteric” practice); the “True Right” (a trans-historical notion of hierarchical autonomy and the idea that identities are fixed, and human beings are unequal along these identity lines of race, class, caste, gender, etc.); the Traditionalist Workers Party; Donald Trump; Truth, Justice, and a Nice White Country (title by Greg Johnson); the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville; Vanguard Radio (Richard Spencer’s first podcast); white nationalism; The White Nationalist Manifesto (title by Greg Johnson); “white power”; Wiking Minerals (company whose owner supported European fascist and anti-Islamic movements); Markus Willinger (author); Leo Yankevich (racist and anti-Semitic poet); the “Years of Lead” (period of fascist terrorism in Italy in the 1970s); W. B. Yeats; and Francis Parker Yockey (fascist author). Full text.
Burley, Shane. “New Far Right Party Aims to Stoke Fear of BLM Into Organized White Supremacy.” Truthout, August 25, 2020. On the National Justice Party. Mentions the “alt-right” (social movement led by Richard Spencer); Atomwaffen Division (“accelerationist” terror organization); Alan Balogh (Warren’s dad and alleged National Alliance associate); Warren Balogh; The Base (“accelerationist” terror organization); Gregory Conte (an associate of Richard Spencer); deplatforming; Matthew Heimbach (of the Traditionalist Workers Party); Tony Hovater (a neo-Nazi member of the Traditionalist Workers Party); Identity Dixie (neo-Confederate group); Joseph Jordan (“Eric Striker”) (Peinovich’s co-host for a white nationalist podcast); Law and Justice Party (Polish party); Michael McKevitt (Identity Dixie member, linked to The Right Stuff); National Alliance (neo-Nazi group); National Front (U.K. party in the 1970s); National Justice (publication run by Joseph Jordan); the Patriot Front (white nationalist organization); Mike “Enoch” Peinovich (co-host of “TDS”); The Right Stuff (neo-Nazi website); Richard Spencer (“alt-right” leader); “TDS” (formerly “The Daily Shoah”) (The Right Stuff’s headline podcast); “third position” fascist ideas (combining economic protectionism with racialism); Traditionalist Workers Party (now-defunct neo-Nazi group; the “political arm” of the earlier Traditionalist Youth Network); the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, 2017; “white genocide” conspiracy theories; the white nationalist movement; white nationalists; and the “Zionist occupation of our government.” Full text.
Burley, Shane. “Why Charlottesville?” Protean Magazine, August 12, 2020. Full text.
Burley, Shane, and Alexander Reid Ross. “Conspiracy Theories by Cops Fuel Far Right Attacks Against Antiracist Protesters.” Truthout, September 18, 2020. Full text.
Burns, Nick. “The New Intellectuals of the American Right.” New Statesman, 7 April 2020. Mentions American Affairs (magazine of the new American right); Edmund Burke; James Burnham; Tucker Carlson (Fox News presenter); Dominic Cummings (Johnson’s senior adviser); Patrick Deneen; Rod Dreher (an editor at the American Conservative); Laura K. Field (libertarian conservative); First Things (magazine of the American religious right); Milton Friedman; Sen. Josh Hawley; Friedrich Hayek; Michel Houellebecq; Boris Johnson; Julius Krein (American Affairs editor); Christopher Lasch; John Locke; “NatCon” conference in Washington, DC; Viktor Orbán (Hungarian prime minister); Ayn Rand; Sen. Marco Rubio; Carl Schmitt; Roger Scruton; Adam Smith; Alexis de Tocqueville; Donald Trump; and Adrian Vermeule (integralist movement activist). Full text.