Abbas, Tahir. Countering Violent Extremism: The International Deradicalization Agenda. London: I.B. Tauris, 2021
Ackerman, Spencer. Reign of Terror: How the 9/11 Era Destabilized America and Produced Trump. New York: Viking, 2021
Anderson, Wendy K. Z. Rebirthing a Nation: White Women, Identity Politics, and the Internet. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2021. Chapter excerpts.
Balmer, Randall. Bad Faith: Race and the Rise of the Religious Right. Grand Rapids, Michigan: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 2021
Barnes, Kenneth C. The Ku Klux Klan in 1920s Arkansas: How Protestant White Nationalism Came to Rule a State. Fayetteville: The University of Arkansas Press, 2021. Chapter excerpts.
Bond, Martyn. Hitler’s Cosmopolitan Bastard: Count Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi and His Vision of Europe. Montreal; Kingston; London; Chicago: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2021
Butler, Anthea. White Evangelical Racism: The Politics of Morality in America. Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 2021 [3. Whitewashing Racism and the Rise of the Religious Right, 57-96, chapter excerpt].
Calmes, Jackie. Dissent: The Radicalization of the Republican Party and Its Capture of the Court. New York: Grand Central Publishing, 2021. Chapters 1-3.
The Changing Politics and Policy of Austerity. Edited by Stephen McBride, Bryan Evans, and Dieter Plehwe. Bristol: Policy Press, 2021 [9. Market populism, its right-wing offspring and left alternatives, by Ingo Schmidt, 195-212, chapter excerpt; 10. Austerity-induced populism: the rise and transformation of the new right, by Hans-Jürgen Bieling, 213-229, chapter excerpt].
Cowan, Benjamin A. Moral Majorities across the Americas: Brazil, the United States, and the Creation of the Religious Right. Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 2021. Chapter excerpts.
de Jonge, Léonie. The Success and Failure of Right-wing Populist Parties in the Benelux Countries. London and New York: Routledge, 2021. Chapter abstracts.
Dunstan, Sarah C. Race, Rights and Reform: Black Activism in the French Empire and the United States from World War I to the Cold War. Cambridge, New York, Port Melbourne, New Delhi, Singapore: Cambridge University Press, 2021 [6. “A New Fascism, the American Brand”: Anti-communism, Anti-imperialism and the Struggle for the West, 190-236].
Europe: Continent of Conspiracies. Conspiracy Theories in and about Europe. Edited By Andreas Önnerfors and André Krouwel. London and New York: Routledge, 2021. Contents: 1. Between Internal Enemies and External Threats: How Conspiracy Theories have Shaped Europe – An Introduction, by Andreas Önnerfors and André Krouwel, 1-21, full text — 2. The New European Order: Euroscepticism and Conspiracy-Belief, by André Krouwel and Jan-Willem van Prooijen, 22-35 — 3. The Eurabia Conspiracy Theory, by Eirikur Bergmann, 36-53 — 4. Metaphors of Invasion: Imagining Europe as Endangered by Islamization, by Estrella Gualda, 54-75 — 5. ‘Der Grosse Austausch’: Conspiratorial Frames of Terrorist Violence in Germany, by Andreas Önnerfors, 76-96 — 6. Denying the Geopolitical Reality: The Case of the German ‘Reich Citizens,’ by Florian Buchmayr, 97-116 — 7. The Fourth Reich in Europe: Conspiracy Theories about Germany in the Greek Press During the Economic Crisis, by Alexianna Tsotsou, 117-137 — 8. Populist Conspiracy Rhetoric and Arguments on EU Immigration: An Exploratory Analysis of pro-Brexit Newspapers, by Irina Diana Mădroane, 138-162 — 9. The Eternal George Soros: Rise of an Antisemitic and Islamophobic Conspiracy Theory, by Armin Langer, 163-184 — 10. EU-related Conspiracy Theories in the Western Balkans: Gravitating Between Rejecting and Embracing Europe through Eurovilification and Eurofundamentalism, by Nebojša Blanuša, Ognjan Denkovski, Kristijan Fidanovski, and Biljana Gjoneska, 185-213 — 11. The Brussels Conspiracy: Narratives of EU-related Conspiracy Theories in pro-Kremlin Media, by Jakov Bojovic, 214-230 — 12. Culture of Fear: The Decline of Europe in Russian Political Imagination, by Holger Mölder, 231-252 — 13. Unlocking the ‘Black Box’ of Conspiracy Theories in and about Europe, by Andreas Önnerfors and André Krouwel, 253-264. Chapter abstracts.
Faber, Sebastiaan. Exhuming Franco: Spain’s Second Transition. Nashville, Tennessee: Vanderbilt University Press, 2021
Farley, Audrey Clare. The Unfit Heiress: The Tragic Life and Scandalous Sterilization of Ann Cooper Hewitt. [Ashland]: Grand Central Publishing, 2021
Fried, Amy, and Douglas B. Harris. At War with Government: How Conservatives Weaponized Distrust from Goldwater to Trump. New York: Columbia University Press, 2021
Global Resurgence of the Right: Conceptual and Regional Perspectives. Edited by Gisela Pereyra Doval and Gastón Souroujon. London and New York: Routledge, 2021. Contents: Introduction. When the Rights Go Marching In: An Introduction, by Gisela Pereyra Doval and Gastón Souroujon, 1-5, full text — 1. Forty Years of Radical Right-Wing Populism: An Assessment, by Hans-Georg Betz — 2. Neoliberal Totalitarianism, by Marilena Chauí — 3. Populism: Uses, Abuses and Travels of an Uncomfortable Concept, by Gastón Souroujon and Cecilia Lesgart — 4. The Intellectual Reconstruction of Post War Fascism and the Populist Right, by Alberto Spektorowski — 5. Latin American Neo-Patriot Far-Right: Between the Crisis of Globalisation and Regional Political Processes, by José Antonio Sanahuja and Camilo López Burian — 6. The Marginalisation of Neo-Fascist Ideologies in Europe: The Traditional Extreme Right in the Postmodern Era, by Jean-Yves Camus — 7. The Effect of the Resurgent Radical Populist Right on the Main Centre-Left and Centre-Right Parties and their Adaptation Strategies: The Case of Austria, by Reinhard Heinisch — 8. The Right in Italy: Awaiting the Day of Reckoning, by Gianfranco Pasquino — 9. The Spanish Post-Fascist Right: The Unique Case of Vox, by Javier Franzé and Guillermo Fernández-Vázquez — 10. The Argentinean Right and the New Order of Cambiemos (2015–2019), by Juan Bautista Lucca and Esteban Iglesias — 11. Bolsonaro in Brazil: To the Right of the Right, by Gisela Pereyra Doval — 12. The Right Turn as a Process, Not an Assault: The Ecuadorian Case, 2007–2019, by Pablo Ospina Peralta — 13. The Stillborn Revolution: The Failure of Right-Wing Populism in the United States, by George Hawley — Epilogue. Right and Left in a Post-Covid-19 World, by Barry Cannon.
Goodman, Adam. The Deportation Machine: America’s Long History of Expelling Immigrants. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2021. Introduction: Understanding the Machine.
Hendricks, Obery M., Jr. Christians Against Christianity: How Right-Wing Evangelicals Are Destroying Our Nation and Our Faith. Boston: Beacon Press, 2021
Hinton, Alexander Laban. It Can Happen Here: White Power and the Rising Threat of Genocide in the US. New York: New York University Press, 2021. Chapter first pages.
Illiberal Politics and Religion in Europe and Beyond: Concepts, Actors, and Identity Narratives. Anja Hennig (Hg.), Mirjam Weiberg-Salzmann (Hg.). Frankfurt/New York: Campus Verlag, 2021. Contents: I. Concepts and Theory — Introduction: Liberal Democracies under Assault, by Mirjam Weiberg-Salzmann and Anja Hennig, 13- — The Ambivalences of Democracy: Religion and Illiberal Politics, by Anja Hennig and Oliver Hidalgo, 35- — Religion as a Paradigm of Authority, Hierarchy and (In)Equality–On Conceptualizing Linkages between Religious Patterns of Thought and Illiberal Politics in Modern Democracy, by Oliver Hidalgo, 65- — Uniting Through Opposition: The Chains of Equivalence Politics of the Populist Right and Its Use of Religion, by Manon Westphal, 93- — II. Christian Identity Narratives and Anti-Muslim Politics — Hijacking Religion for the Sake of the Nation: Illiberal Democracy in Hungary, by Robert Sata, 127- — Between Catholic traditionalism and Laicité: The religious dimension in thought and action of the Front National in France, by Yves Bizeul, 159- — The Religious Dimensions of the Spanish Radical Right: Voters, Ideology and Communication of Vox, by Jakob Schwörer, Xavier Romero-Vidal, and Belén Fernández-García, 183-212 — Turning away from tolerance: Religion and illiberal politics in Austria, by Astrid Mattes, 213- — (Il-)liberal Public Policies on Islam in Switzerland: The Handshake Affair in Public Discourse and State Religious Policy, by Antonius Liedhegener and Laura Lots, 241- — III. Christian Identity Narratives and Nationalisms — Hussitism and Illiberal Politics in the Czech Republic: A Historical Religious Legacy in Dispute, by Miroslav Mareš, 271- — Orthodoxy as Exclusivist Identity in the Greek Radical Right: Discourse Analysis and Electoral Behavior, by Konstantinos Papastathis and Anastasia Litina, 291- — A Catholic Far-Right Party in Italy? How the Lega Nord Rediscovered Catholicism and Anti-Gender Politics, by Fabio Bolzonar, 317- — Instrumentalizing Religious Symbols: Anti-Liberal Narratives in the US and Brazil, by Katja Freistein, Frank Gadinger, and Christine Unrau, 347 — IV. (Il)liberal Christian Actors and Public Policies — Political Genderphobia in Germany: How Opposition to Gender-sensitive Education Reforms Unites Political and Religious Right-wing Actors, by Anja Hennig, 379- — The Christian Orthodox Church and Illiberal Politics in Romania, by Radu Cinpoeş, 407- — Illiberal Migration Politics and the Divided Catholic Church in Poland since 2015, by Anja Hennig and Madalena Meyer Resende, 433- — (Il)liberal Intervention? Religion and Moral Politics in Western Europe and the United States of America, by Mirjam Weiberg-Salzmann, 461- — V. Perspectives — Religion and (Il)liberal Politics. Interview of the editors with Michael Minkenberg, European University Viadrina, Comparative Politics, Frankfurt (Oder), 1/10/2020, 517- — Conclusion: Religion and Illiberal Politics: Patterns of an Ambivalent Relationship, by Anja Hennig, 527- .
Jones, Reece. White Borders: The History of Race and Immigration in the United States from Chinese Exclusion to the Border Wall. Boston, Massachusetts: Beacon Press, 2021
Joppke, Christian. Neoliberal Nationalism: Immigration and the Rise of the Populist Right. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2021. Chapter summaries.
Kamali, Sara. Homegrown Hate: Why White Nationalists and Militant Islamists Are Waging War Against the United States. Oakland, California: University of California Press, 2021. Chapter first pages.
Laruelle, Marlene. Is Russia Fascist?: Unraveling Propaganda East and West. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2021. Chapter excerpts.
Luczak, Ewa Barbara. Mocking Eugenics: American Culture Against Scientific Hatred. Abingdon, Oxon; New York, NY: Routledge, 2021. Introduction.
Major, Lou. Against the Klan: A Newspaper Publisher in South Louisiana during the 1960s. Foreword by Stanley Nelson. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2021. Chapter excerpts.
The New Authoritarianism. Vol 3: A Risk Analysis of the Corporate/Radical-Right Axis. Edited by Alan Waring. Stuttgart: Ibidem Verlag, 2021. Contents: Introduction: Corporate Authoritarianism, the Radical Right, and Risk, by Alan Waring – Part 1: The Authoritarian Nature of the Corporate/Radical-Right Axis – Chapter 1: Corporate and Radical-Right Authoritarianism: A Fusion of Mutual Interests and Dark Money, by Alan Waring – Chapter 2: Zombieland Revisited Part 1: Genesis of Social and Psychological Aspects of the Absurd, State and Corporate Authoritarianism, by Antony A. Vass – Chapter 3: Zombieland Revisited Part 2: Pathological Corruption of Democracy, by Antony A. Vass — Chapter 4: Positive versus Toxic Leadership in the Corporate and Political Spheres, by Clive Smallman — Part 2: Perspectives on the Corporate/Radical-Right Axis — Chapter 5: Corporate Authoritarianism and Its Abusive Impacts in Democratic Societies, by Alan Waring — Chapter 6: Covid-19 and US Politicisation of Fear, by Vasiliki Tsagkroni — Chapter 7: Suppressing the ‘Seeker of Truth’ in the Covid-19 Pandemic: Medical Populism, Radical Uncertainty, and the Assault on Expertise, by Denis Fischbacher-Smith — Chapter 8: Lockdowns, Riots, and a Contested Election-Could the 2020 Crises Reinvigorate the US Far Right? by George Michael — Chapter 9: Radical-Right Conspiracy Theories and Corporate Collusion, by Alan Waring — PART 3: Conclusion — Chapter 10: A Risk Analysis and Assessment of the Corporate/Radical-Right Axis, by Alan Waring — Chapter 11: A Prognosis for the Corporate/Radical-Right Axis, by Alan Waring — Chapter 12: Potential Strategies to Limit the Corporate/ Radical-Right Threat, by Alan Waring.
Nilan, Pam. Young People and the Far Right. Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan, 2021. Chapter abstracts and references.
O’Connor, Brendan. Blood Red Lines: How Nativism Fuels the Right. Chicago, Illinois: Haymarket Books, 2021
Polizzi, David. Toward a Phenomenology of Terrorism: Beyond Who is Killing Whom. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2021 [8. White Supremacy and the Digital World: The Social Construction of White Identity, 193-221, chapter abstract and references; 9. The Reemergence of the Far-Right, 223-243, chapter abstract and references].
The Populist Radical Right and Health: National Policies and Global Trends. Edited by Michelle Falkenbach and Scott L. Greer. Foreword by Martin McKee. Cham, Switzerland: Springer, 2021. Contents: Introduction, by Michelle Falkenbach, Scott L. Greer, 1-24 — The Austrian Freedom Party in Government: A Threat to Public Health? by Michelle Falkenbach and Raffael Heiss, 25-45 — The Alternative for Germany (AfD) and Health Policy: Normalization or Containment of Populist Radical Right Tendencies? by Philipp Wacker and Katharina Kieslich, 47-57 — Populist Radical Right Influence on Health Policy in the Netherlands: The Case of the Party for Freedom (PVV), by Chiara Rinaldi and Marleen Bekker, 59-77 — The Evolution of the Populist Radical Right and Their Impact on Health in Italy, by Michelle Falkenbach, 79-94 — The Populist Radical Right and Health in Hungary, by Alexandru D. Moise, Gábor Scheiring, and Olga Löblová, 95-112, full text — Is the Polish ‘Law and Justice’ (PiS) a Typical Populist Radical Right Party? A Health Policy Perspective, by Michal Zabdyr-Jamróz, Olga Löblová, Alexandru D. Moise, and Iwona Kowalska-Bobko, 113-137 — The Case of the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP), by Ian McManus, 139-155 — Rhetoric and Reality in the United States of America: Trump, Populism and Health Policy, by Phillip M. Singer and Charley E. Willison, 157-167 — Ruling Through Chaos in Brazil: Bolsonaro’s Authoritarian Agenda for Public Health, by Carolina Alves Vestena, 169-180 — An Authoritarian Reaction to COVID-19 in the Philippines: A Strong Commitment to Universal Health Care Combined with Violent Securitization, by Wolfram Schaffar, 181-192 — Conclusion, by Scott L. Greer and Michelle Falkenbach, 193-204. Chapter abstracts and references.
The Radical Right During Crisis. CARR Yearbook 2020/2021. Eviane Leidig (ed.). Stuttgart: ibidem-Verlag, 2021. Contents: Preface by Eviane Leidig – AUTHORITARIANISM REVISITED – The Psychology of a Fascist Leader: Hitler’s “Blond Beast” Reinhard Heydrich, by Chris Webb – Hegel and Fascism, by Henry Mead – The ‘Silent Majority’: Populist Cliché or Warning?, by Aristotle Kallis – How Fascists Have Used Panics to Consolidate Power, by Roland Clark – Can the Radical Right’s Reductionist Narrative Withstand Real-World Complexity?, by Alan Waring – Alternative Epistemologies of the Radical Right: How Grand Narratives and the Quest for Truth Offer Recognition and a Sense of Belonging, by Mario Peucker – Radical Right Voters and Democratic Support, by Nicolas Bichay – NATIONALISM AND MEMORY – Grieving Greater Hungary: Trianon, Orbán, and the Hungarian Radical Right, by Katherine Kondor – An “Ambivalent Day”: How the AfD Attempts to Re-frame the 8th May as Day to Commemorate German Victimhood, by Sophie Schmalenberger – Putin’s Amendments to Russia’s Constitution Sparks Debate About Russian Nationalism, by Valery Engel – Eco-fascism “Proper”: The Curious Case of Greenline Front, by Bernhard Forchtner and Balša Lubarda – TERRORISM AND POLITICAL VIOLENCE – A New Wave of Right-Wing Terrorism, by Reem Ahmed and Maik Fielitz – Germany’s Terrorist Attack: Migrant Communities Have Lost Trust, by Barbara Manthe – Far-Right Terrorism is Global, But Coverage is Not: Hindu Nationalist Violence in India, by Eviane Leidig – In Germany, Anti-semitism on Social Media Can Be Linked to Offline Violence, by Monika Hübscher – Does Norway Have a Neo-Nazi Terrorist Problem?, by Mette Wiggen – Canada Filed the First Incel Terrorism Charge. How Do We Combat This Threat?, by Cristina Ariza – THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC – COVID-19 Could Be a Harbinger of Authoritarianism, by Dan Stone – Anti-government Ideology in the Times of COVID-19, by Jaclyn Fox – The Radical Right is Weaponizing COVID-19 Online, by Bethan Johnson – Under Lockdown, Germany’s PEGIDA Goes to YouTube, by Sabine Volk – Europe’s Far-Right Fails to Capitalize on COVID-19, by Jean-Yves Camus – Quo Vadis, Europe? Coping with Old and New Crises, by Ruth Wodak – COVID-19 Will Have Long-lasting Consequences for International Migration, by Michelle L. O’Brien and Maureen A. Eger – How COVID and Syria Conspiracies Introduce Fascism to the Left: The Red-Brown Media Spectrum, by Emmi Bevensee – QAnon: A Conspiracy for Our Time, by Hans-Georg Betz – BLACK LIVES MATTER, POLICING, AND MILITARY PRESENCE – I Predict a Riot: An Analysis of White Supremacist Propaganda in the Wake of the George Floyd Murder, by Ashton Kingdon – “Get in the Bin!” The Far-Right “Guarding” British Monuments, by Callum Downes – Contemporary Tensions Between Blacks and Jews in America: July Fireworks and Why They Matter, by Ayal Feinberg – Is America Edging Toward a “Racial Holy War”?, by Leonard Weinberg – Nuancing “Chan-Culture”: /K/ and the Visual Culture of Weapons Boards, by Blyth Crawford – The Other Epidemic: White Supremacists in Law Enforcement, by Simon Purdue – No Bargain: Why Don’t Bad Cops Get Fired? The Power of Police Unions, by Mark Potok – ‘Press the Reset Button’: Right-Wing Extremism in Germany’s Military, by Tobias Hof – Investigating the Radical Right’s Presence in the Canadian Military, by Yannick Veilleux-Lepage – ALT-TECH – The Social Media Platform That Welcomes QAnon with Open Arms, by Greta Jasser – The Transnationalization of White Supremacist Discourse: The Hundred-Handers and the It’s Okay to Be White Campaign, by Ariel Koch – Networked Hate: White Supremacist Activity on Telegram, by Jacob Davey – Why Do Hate Groups and Terrorists Love Telegram?, by Megan Squire – IDEOLOGY, INTELLECTUALS, AND METAPOLITICS – Did a French Far-Right Thinker Predict 2020?, by Chamila Liyanage – Why Did Heidegger Emerge as the Central Philosopher of the Far-Right?, by Julian Göpffarth – Sweden Heading Towards “Academic Freedom” as Battlefield of the Radical Right, by Andreas Önnerfors – Why is the Brazilian Right Afraid of Pablo Freire?, by Andrew Woods – The Right’s War on Science & Experts Escalates Amid COVID-19, by Valerio Alfonso Bruno and James F. Downes – What WhatsApp Conversations Reveal About the Far-Right’s Ideology, by Ico Maly – Racist Occultism in the UK: Behind the Order of Nine Angles (O9A), by Dominic Alessio and Robert Wallis – SEXUALITY AND GENDER – The New Man and Fascism, by Paul Jackson – Incels: Alienated Men and Violence in the Digital Age, by Florence Keen – The Proud Boys Are Standing By, by Julia R. DeCook – Marching On, But Not Together: The Georgian Far Right versus Guram Kashia, by Michael Cole – The “Rainbow Nation” is Not Immune to Anti-gender Activism: Attacks on Queer Bodies and Knowledge in South Africa, by Haley McEwen – Turning Family Into a Political Weapon, by Miranda Christou – Islamophobia in Sri Lanka, or the Sterilization Obsession, by Carmen Aguilera-Carnerero – The Radical Right is Exploiting a Swedish Teen’s Murder, by Michael Colborne – NEW VOTER STRONGHOLDS – When Ethnic Minorities Vote for Right-Wing Populism, by Bàrbara Molas – In Bed with the Far Right in Thuringia: A Watershed Moment for Muslim CDU supporters?, by Özgur Özavatan – The German AfD Makes Appeals to Russian-Germans, by Maximilian Kreter and Kiran Bowry – THE RADICAL RIGHT IN TURMOIL – Disunity within the Ranks? Party Expulsions in the European Radical Right: 2000-2020, by James F. Downes, Felix Wiebrecht, and Edward K. F. Chan – Is Italian Right-Wing Populism in Decline?, by Alessio Scopelliti – The Dusk after the Dawn: Fall of a Greek Neo-Nazi Party, by Vasiliki Tsagkroni – COUNTERING THE RADICAL RIGHT – Collecting Hate: The Ethics of Archiving and Researching on the Radical and Far-Right, by Daniel Jones – The Many Faces of the Radical Right and How to Counter Their Threat: CARR’s Report “Faces” of the Radical Right, by Archie Henderson – Treating “White Men” as a New “Suspect Community” is Not the Answer, by Natalie James – Tackling Online Radicalisation at Its Offline Roots, by William Baldet – Moving Away from Islamist Extremism: Assessing Counter Narrative Responses to the Far-Right Online, by William Allchorn – How to Counter Radical Right Narratives Head on, by Craig McCann – Can Anything Be Done Against Radical Right Misinformation?, by Matthias Wasser – The Effects of Censoring the Far-Right Online, by Ofra Klein – Is Antifa the Answer to Today’s Fascism?, by Louie Dean Valencia-García – Remembering Kevin Coogan, by Alexander Reid Ross – How to Laugh Away the Far-Right: Lessons from Germany, by Michael C. Zeller – CARR 2020 Bibliography, by Archie Henderson.
Rama, José, Lisa Zanotti, Stuart J. Turnbull-Dugarte, and Andrés Santana. VOX: The Rise of the Spanish Populist Radical Right. London and New York: Routledge, 2021. Foreword by Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser. Introduction: From pariah to the institutions.
Renton, David. No Free Speech for Fascists: Exploring ‘No Platform’ in History, Law and Politics. London and New York: Routledge, 2021 [1. Introduction, 1-8, full text].
Riding Populist Wave: Europe’s Mainstream Right in Crisis. Edited by Tim Bale and Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser. Cambridge University Press, 2021. Contents: 1. The Mainstream Right in Western Europe: Caught Between the Silent and Silent Counter-Revolutions, by Tim Bale and Cristöbal Rovira Kaltwasser — 2. The Demand Side: Profiling the Electorate of the Mainstream Right in Western Europe since the 2000s, by Eelco Harteveld — 3. The Supply Side: Mainstream Right Party Policy Positions in a Changing Political Space, by Tarik Abou-Chadi and Werner Krause — 4. Austria: Tracing the Christian Democrats’ Adaptation to the Silent Counter-Revolution, by Reinhard Heinisch and Annika Werner — 5. France: Party System Change and the Demise of the Post-Gaullist Right, by Jocelyn Evans and Gilles Ivaldi — 6. Germany. How the Christian Democrats Manage to Adapt to the Silent Counter-Revolution, by Sarah E, Wiliarty — 7. Italy: the Italian Mainstream Right and its Allies, 1994-2018, by Pietro Castelli Gattinara and Caterina Froio — 8. The Netherlands: How the Mainstream Right Normalised the Silent Counter-Revolution, by Stijn Van Kessel — 9. Spain: the Development and Decline of the Popular Party, by Sonia Alonso and Bonnie Field — 10. Sweden. The Difficult Adaptation of the Moderates to the Silent Counter-Revolution, by Anders Ravik Jupskås — 11. The Uk the Conservatives and Their Competitors in the Post-Thatcher Era, by Richard Hayton — 12. The Mainstream Right in Western Europe in the 21st Century, by Tim Bale and Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser.
Rocha, Camila, Esther Solano, and Jonas Medeiros. The Bolsonaro Paradox: The Public Sphere and Right-Wing Counterpublicity in Contemporary Brazil. Cham, Switzerland: Springer, 2021. Chapter abstracts and references.
Rose, Matthew. A World after Liberalism: Philosophers of the Radical Right. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2021. Chapter abstracts.
Rowland, Robert C. The Rhetoric of Donald Trump: Nationalist Populism and American Democracy. Lawrence, Kansas: University Press of Kansas, 2021. Chapter excerpts.
Santin, Bryan M. Postwar American Fiction and the Rise of Modern Conservatism: A Literary History, 1945-2008. Cambridge, New York, Port Melbourne, New Delhi, Singapore: Cambridge University Press, 2021
Serwer, Adam. The Cruelty Is the Point: The Past, Present, and Future of Trump’s America. New York: One World, 2021
Terrorism Inside America’s Borders. Edited by Ashraf Esmail, Lisa A Eargle, and Brandon Hamann. Hamilton Books, May 2021. Contents: Preface, by Ashraf Esmail, Lisa A. Eargle, and Brandon Hamann, xy – 1. Hate Crime or Act of Terrorism? The 2015 Mass Shooting of the Emanuel A.M.E. Nine in Charleston, South Carolina, by Lisa A. Eargle, George Amedee, Ashraf Esmail, and Jessica Burke, 1 – 2. The Shifting Course of Terroristic Ideologies in United States History, by Connor Chapman and DeMond Shondell Miller, 13 – 3. The Domestic Terrorist Profile, by Ori Swed and Andrew P. Davis, 27 – 4. History and Prevention of Domestic Terrorism Affecting the United States, by Brandon Hamann, Nia Nicks, Brendan Moore, Syed Adeel Ahmed, Shaliqua Wilson, Shatiqua Mosby Wilson, Shayamal Das, and Kathy Franklin, 37 – 5. If It Bleeds, It Leads: To What Extent Do the News Media Monger Fear in High-Profile Cases of Home-Grown Terrorism? by Selina Kerr and Mary Ann Markey, 55 – 6. Police Militarization and Domestic Terrorism, by Julius Trimble and Komanduri S. Murty, 89 – 7. History and Trends in Terrorism Affecting the U.S., by Komanduri S. Murty, 101 – 8. Sex Trafficking and Terrorism, by Compreca Martin, 129 – 9. Terrorism-Instigated Violence Event as Disaster (TIVEAD) Process Model, by Lisa A. Eargle, 137 – 10. Policing and European-American Hatred: A Form of Terrorism against African Americans in the United States, by Tara D. Miller, 157 – 11. Terrorism in the U.S., 2005-2017: A State-Level Analysis, by Lisa A. Eargle and Jessica M. Doucet, 165 – 12. Need to Understand the Unpredictability of Terrorism to Increase Preparedness, by Sandra Speer, 183 – 13. Youth Belonging, Radical Extremism, and Social Integration, by DeMond Shondell Miller, Anita D. Bledsoe-Gardner, Nicola Davis Bivens. and Gregory J. Harris, 201 – 14. Terrorism in the United States: Fighting Extremism, Terrorism, Drug Cartels, Gangs, and Organized Crime Groups, by Perry Lyle and Ashraf Esmail, 213.
DISSERTATIONS AND THESES
Bichay, Nicolas Dimitri Tewfik. “From Rise to Rule: On the Dynamics of Radical-Right Parties in Europe.” Ph.D., Michigan State University, 2021. Full text.
Claeys, Martha. “On Pride: The morality and politics of an emotion.” Ph.D., University of Antwerp, 2021 [Unapologetic. Introduction, 9-15 (on Anders Behring Breivik and his manifesto)]. Full text.
Knapp, Ivan. “Meme-Work: Psychoanalysis and the Alt-Right.” Ph.D., University College London, 2021. Full text.
Lazar, Ernie. “Academic Theses Dissertations on John Birch Society.” July 23, 2021. A compilation of thirteen master’s theses and doctoral dissertations pertaining to the John Birch Society (3194 pages) from the 1960’s thru 2018. Full text and here.
Morley, LoLo von Tresckow. “Immigration, Social Media, and the Far-Right: A Twitter Study of the Political Communication of Alternative Für Deutschland Following Terrorist Events.” M.A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2021. Full text.
Purdue, Simon A. “Intersectional Hate: Race, Gender and Violence on the Transatlantic Extreme-Right, 1969-2009.” Ph.D., Northeastern University, 2021. Full text.
ARTICLES IN JOURNALS AND COLLECTIONS
Abou-Chadi, Tarik, and Simon Hix. “Brahmin Left versus Merchant Right? Education, Class, Multiparty Competition, and Redistribution in Western Europe.” The British Journal of Sociology, First published: 25 February 2021. Full text and here and here and here. Replication material. Supplementary Material.
Abou-Chadi, Tarik, Magdalena Breyer, and Theresa Gessler. “The (Re)Politicisation of Gender in Western Europe.” European Journal of Politics and Gender, Appeared or available online: April 28, 2021. Using data from political parties’ social media posts to argue that a novel politicisation of ‘gender’ in Western Europe has been driven by parties of the mainstream right and radical right. Full text.
Abou-Chadi, Tarik, Denis Cohen, and Markus Wagner. “The Centre-Right versus the Radical Right: The Role of Migration Issues and Economic Grievances.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Published online: 9 Feb. 2021. Abstract.
Abts, Koen, Emmanuel Dalle Mulle, Stijn van Kessel, and Elie Michel. “The Welfare Agenda of the Populist Radical Right in Western Europe: Combining Welfare Chauvinism, Producerism and Populism.” Swiss Political Science Review 27.1 (March 2021): 21-40. Abstract. Supplementary Material and here.
Agius, Christine, Alexandra Edney-Browne, Lucy Nicholas, and Kay Cook. “Anti-Feminism, Gender and the Far-Right Gap in C/PVE Measures.” Critical Studies on Terrorism, Published online: 19 Aug. 2021. On the gender blind spot in Counter or Prevent Violent Extremism (C/PVE) strategies. Abstract and funding.
Åkerlund, Mathilda. “Dog Whistling Far-Right Code Words: The Case of ‘culture enricher’ on the Swedish Web.” Information, Communication & Society, Published online: 23 Feb. 2021. Full text and here and here.
Åkerlund, Mathilda. “Influence Without Metrics: Analyzing the Impact of Far-Right Users in an Online Discussion Forum.” Social Media + Society 7.2 (Apr. 2021), art. 20563051211008830. Full text and here and here.
Ali, Shiza, Mohammad Hammas Saeed, Esraa Aldreabi, Jeremy Blackburn, Emiliano De Cristofaro, Savvas Zannettou, and Gianluca Stringhini. “Understanding the Effect of Deplatforming on Social Networks.” WebSci ’21: 13th ACM Web Science Conference 2021, Association for Computing Machinery (June 2021): 187-195. Finding that users who get banned on Twitter/Reddit exhibit an increased level of activity and toxicity on Gab, although the audience they potentially reach decreases. Full text and here.
Allen, Kye J. “An Anarchical Society (of Fascist States): Theorising Illiberal Solidarism.” Review of International Studies, Published online: 10 August 2021. Abstract and references.
Ambasciano, Leonardo. “An Evolutionary Cognitive Approach to Comparative Fascist Studies: Hypermasculinization, Supernormal Stimuli, and Conspirational Beliefs.” Evolutionary Studies in Imaginative Culture 5.1 (June 2021): 23-40. First page.
Andersson Malmros, Robin. “Prevention of Terrorism, Extremism and Radicalisation in Sweden: A Sociological Institutional Perspective on Development and Change.” European Security, Published online: 7 Sept. 2021. Full text and here.
Aqui, Lindsay, Michael Kenny, and Nick Pearce. “‘The Empire of England’: Enoch Powell, Sovereignty, and the Constitution of the Nation.” Twentieth Century British History 32.2 (June 2021): 238-260. Abstract. “Erratum,” Twentieth Century British History 32.3 (September 2021): 482. Full text and here and here.
Ashutosh, Ishan. “The Transnational Routes of White and Hindu Nationalisms.” Ethnic and Racial Studies, Published online: 13 May 2021. Abstract.
Askanius, Tina. “Women in the Nordic Resistance Movement and Their Online Media Practices: Between Internalised Misogyny and ‘Embedded Feminism.’” Feminist Media Studies, Published online: 29 Apr. 2021. Full text and here and here.
Askanius, Tina, and Nadine Keller. “Murder Fantasies in Memes: Fascist Aesthetics of Death Threats and the Banalization of White Supremacist Violence.” Information, Communication & Society, Published online: 8 Sept. 2021. Full text and here and here.
Atran, Scott. “Psychology of Transnational Terrorism and Extreme Political Conflict.” Annual Review of Psychology 72.1 (Jan. 2021). Abstract.
Baehr, Amy. “The Feminist Critique of Liberalism and the Challenge of Right-Wing Populism: A Reply to Gila Stopler.” International Journal of Constitutional Law, Published: 14 May 2021. Abstract.
Baishya, Anirban K. “The Conquest of the World as Meme: Memetic Visuality and Political Humor in Critiques of the Hindu Right Wing in India.” Media, Culture & Society, First Published January 4, 2021. Abstract and references.
Baloge, Martin. “From Brexit to Dexit? Alternative für Deutschland’s Euroscepticism on European Debates in the Bundestag.” Journal of Contemporary European Studies, Published online: 17 Mar. 2021. Abstract.
Balta, Evren, Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser, and Alper H Yagci. “Populist Attitudes and Conspiratorial Thinking.” Party Politics, First Published April 19, 2021. Demonstrating that voters of the incumbent Turkish populist party (AKP) are substantially more likely than other members of the public to endorse conspiracy theories that center on malign foreign powers. Abstract and references.
Bernatzky, Colin, Matthew Costello, and James Hawdon. “Who Produces Online Hate?: An Examination of the Effects of Self-Control, Social Structure, & Social Learning.” American Journal of Criminal Justice, Published: 7 January 2021. Abstract and references.
Berntzen, Lars Erik, and Tore Bjørgo. “The Term ‘Lone Wolf’ and its Alternatives: Patterns in Public and Academic Use from 2000 to 2020.” Perspectives on Terrorism 15.3 (June 2021): 132-141. Full text and here.
Bérubé, Maxime, Laurie-Anne Beaulieu, Pierre Mongeau, and Johanne Saint-Charles. “Identifying Key Players in Violent Extremist Networks: Using Socio-Semantic Network Analysis as Part of a Program of Content Moderation.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Published online: 19 May 2021. Abstract and notes.
Besta, Tomasz, Beata Pastwa-Wojciechowska, Michal Jaskiewicz, 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.
Blanco, Abigail R. Hall, Jerod T. Hassell, and Chivon H. Fitch. “Militarized Extremism: The Radical Right and the War on Terror.” The Independent Review: A Journal of Political Economy 26.2 (Fall 2021): 225-242. Full text.
Blout, Emily, and Patrick Burkart. “White Supremacist Terrorism in Charlottesville: Reconstructing ‘Unite the Right.’” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Published online: 4 Jan. 2021. Abstract and notes.
Boismier, Kelsey C. “How Conventional Places Breed Unconventional Ideology: Space, Place, and the Expansion of Far-Right Radicalization.” Symbolic Interaction, First published: 3 March 2021. First page.
Bolet, Diane. “Drinking Alone: Local Socio-Cultural Degradation and Radical Right Support—The Case of British Pub Closures.” Comparative Political Studies 54.9 (Aug. 2021): 1653-1692. Full text. Supplemental material and here and here and here and here.
Borbáth, Endre, and Theresa Gessler. “How Do Populist Radical Right Parties Differentiate Their Appeal? Evidence from the Media Strategy of the Hungarian Jobbik Party.” Government and Opposition, Published online: 3 August 2021. Full text and here and here.
Borelli, Marguerite. “Social Media Corporations as Actors of Counter-Terrorism.” New Media & Society, First Published August 8, 2021. Abstract and references.
Borri, Rossella, and Luca Verzichelli. “Parliamentary Representation in Six European Right-Wing Sovereignist Parties: Resemblance or Innovation?” Parliamentary Affairs 74.3 (July 2021): 683-703. Proposing a qualitative cross-sectional survey of the variation among six sovereignist PPGs from Denmark, the Netherlands, Italy and Hungary: the Dutch Party for Freedom (Partij voor de Vrijheid, PVV); the Danish People’s Party (Dansk Folkeparti, DF); Alleanza Nazionale (National Alliance)/Fratelli d’Italia (Brothers of Italy); the Lega Nord (renamed Lega, the League); Fidesz; and Jobbik. Full text and here and here.
Bos, Linda, and Sophie Minihold. “The Ideological Predictors of Moral Appeals by European Political Elites; An Exploration of the Use of Moral Rhetoric in Multiparty Systems.” Political Psychology, First published: 9 April 2021. Comparing the extent to which six different party families in Austria, Germany, and the Netherlands moralize their political communication, by comparing the greens, the left-wing populists, the social democrats, the liberals, the conservatives/Christian democrats, and the populist radical right. Full text and here and here and here.
Bracciale, Roberta, Massimiliano Andretta, and Antonio Martella. “Does Populism Go Viral? How Italian Leaders Engage Citizens through Social Media.” Information, Communication & Society, Published online: 20 Jan. 2021. Abstract and funding.
Bromell, David, and David Shanks. “Censored! Developing a framework for making sound decisions fast.” Policy Quarterly 17.1 (February 2021): 42-49. On the application of ‘slow thinking’ in decisions of the Office of Film and Literature Classification in the days following the Christchurch mosque shootings on 15 March 2019. Full text and here.
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 41.3 (Aug. 2021): 279-295. Full text and here.
Brown, Katy, Aurelien Mondon, and Aaron Winter. “The Far Right, the Mainstream and Mainstreaming: Towards a Heuristic Framework.” Journal of Political Ideologies, Published online: 5 July 2021. Full text and here.
Budd, Brian. “Maple-Glazed Populism: Political Opportunity Structures and Right-Wing Populist Ideology in Canada.” Journal of Canadian Studies 55.1 (Winter 2021): 152-176. Abstract.
Burgoon, Brian, and Matthijs Rooduijn. “‘Immigrationization’ of Welfare Politics? Anti-Immigration and Welfare Attitudes in Context.” West European Politics 44.2 (Feb. 2021): 177-203. Full text and here and here.
Busemeyer, Marius R., Philip Rathgeb, and Alexander H. J. Sahm. “Authoritarian Values and the Welfare State: The Social Policy Preferences of Radical Right Voters.” West European Politics, Published online: 2 Mar. 2021. Abstract and funding. Supplemental material.
Busher, Joel, Donald Holbrook, and Graham Macklin. “How the ‘Internal Brakes’ on Violent Escalation Work and Fail: Toward a Conceptual Framework for Understanding Intra-Group Processes of Restraint in Militant Groups.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Published online: 18 Jan. 2021. An analysis of three militant milieus, selected using a “most-different case comparative strategy,” 12 with cases selected for their variation in terms of ideology and the scope and scale of violence. The cases we selected were the British jihadi milieu from 2001 to 2016, set within its international context; the British extreme right during the 1990s, and the animal liberation movement in the U.K. between the mid-1970s and the end of the 1990s. Full text and here and here.
Buzogány, Aron. “Civic Engagement, Political Participation and the Radical Right in Central and Eastern Europe.” Party Politics 27.1 (Jan. 2021): 35-45. Abstract and references.
Cafiero, Florian, Paul Guille-Escuret, and Jeremy K. Ward. “‘I’m Not an Antivaxxer, But…’: Spurious and Authentic Diversity among Vaccine Critical Activists.” Social Networks 65 (May 2021): 63-70. Full text.
Caiani, Manuela. “Between Real and Virtual: Strategies of Mobilisation of the Radical Right in Eastern Europe.” East European Politics, Published online: 20 Aug. 2021. Abstract.
Caiani, Manuela, Benedetta Carlotti, and Enrico Padoan. “Online Hate Speech and the Radical Right in Times of Pandemic: The Italian and English Cases.” Javnost – The Public, Published online: 26 May 2021. Abstract. Supplemental data.
Campbell, Rosie, and Oliver Heath. “Fueling the Populist Divide: Nativist and Cosmopolitan Preferences for Representation at the Elite and Mass Level.” Political Behavior, Published: 12 August 2021. Full text and here.
Carrieri, Luca, and Davide Vittori. “Defying Europe? The Euroscepticism of Radical Right and Radical Left Voters in Western Europe.” Journal of European Integration, Published online: 14 Feb. 2021. Abstract.
Carthy, S. L., and K. M. Sarma. “Countering Terrorist Narratives: Assessing the Efficacy and Mechanisms of Change in Counter-Narrative Strategies.” Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 2 Sept. 2021. Full text and here.
Castelli Gattinara, Pietro, and Caterina Froio. “Politicizing Europe on the Far Right: Anti-EU Mobilization across the Party and Non-Party Sector in France.” Social Movement Studies, Published online: 7 July 2021. Full text and here.
Caterina, Daniela. “Economic Imaginaries and beyond. A Cultural Political Economy Perspective on the League Party.” Critical Discourse Studies, Published online: 26 May 2021. Abstract and funding.
Cavender, Kurt. “The Specter of St. Louis: Genre, Globalization, and the Problem of White Nationalism in Contemporary Lindbergh Fiction.” Arizona Quarterly: A Journal of American Literature, Culture, and Theory 77.1 (2021): 83-106. Excerpt and first page.
Cheng, Yang, and Hongmei Shen. “Decisions to React after Mass Shootings: Exploring Negative Affect, Relational Trust, and Public Behavioral Intentions toward the National Rifle Association.” Journal of Applied Communication Research, Published online: 3 June 2021. Examining stakeholders’ reactions toward the National Rifle Association (NRA) of America after the Florida Parkland shooting. Abstract.
Cherney, Adrian, Kathleen De Rooy, and Elizabeth Eggins. “Mandatory participation in programs to counter violent extremism: A review of evidence for and against.” Journal for Deradicalization 27 (Summer 2021): 1-33. Full text and here.
Chou, Winston, Rafaela Dancygier, Naoki Egami, Amaney A. Jamal. “Competing for Loyalists? How Party Positioning Affects Populist Radical Right Voting.” Comparative Political Studies, First Published March 16, 2021. Abstract and references.
Conway, Maura. “Online Extremism and Terrorism Research Ethics: Researcher Safety, Informed Consent, and the Need for Tailored Guidelines.” Terrorism and Political Violence 33.2 (Feb. 2021): 367-380. Abstract and funding.
Conway, Maura, and Stuart Macdonald. “Introduction to the Special Issue: Extremism and Terrorism Online—Widening the Research Base.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Published online: 21 Jan. 2021. Full text and here.
Cools, Sara, Henning Finseraas, and Ole Rogeberg. “Local Immigration and Support for Anti-Immigration Parties: A Meta-Analysis.” American Journal of Political Science, First published: 13 June 2021. Finding that the effect of local immigration on far-right voting is on average negligible when reporting bias is taken into account, but that local immigration may be important for anti-immigration vote shares in certain settings. Full text and here and here and here.
Corradi, Valerio. “Right-Wing Rural Populisms: Comparative Analysis of Two European Regions.” Rural Sociology, First published: 18 June 2021. Proposing a comparative analysis of the political trends recorded in recent years in two economically advanced European regions: Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes (France) and Lombardia (Italy). Full text and here and here and here.
Cottee, Simon. “Incel (E)Motives: Resentment, Shame and Revenge.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 44.2 (Feb. 2021): 93-114. Abstract.
Cravey, Altha Jane. “Building Collective Power amidst White Supremacist Backlash.” Gender, Place & Culture, Published online: 24 Feb. 2021. Abstract.
Cremer, Tobias. “A Religious Vaccination? How Christian Communities React to Right-Wing Populism in Germany, France and the US.” Government and Opposition, Published online: 7 July 2021. Abstract and references.
Cushion, Stephen, Declan McDowell-Naylor, and Richard Thomas. “Why National Media Systems Matter: A Longitudinal Analysis of How UK Left-Wing and Right-Wing Alternative Media Critique Mainstream Media (2015-2018).” Journalism Studies, Published online: 15 Mar. 2021. Full text and here and here.
Daddow, Oliver, and Isabelle Hertner. “Interpreting Toxic Masculinity in Political Parties: A Framework for Analysis.” Party Politics 27.4 (July 2021): 743-754. Testing a conceptual framework for exploring ‘toxic masculinity’ (TM) inside political parties by using a paired comparison of two parties of the populist right: the Alternative for Germany and the UK Independence Party. Full text.
Dan, Viorela, and Florian Arendt. “Visual Cues to the Hidden Agenda: Investigating the Effects of Ideology-Related Visual Subtle Backdrop Cues in Political Communication.” The International Journal of Press/Politics 26 1 (Jan. 2021): 22-45. Full text and here.
Das, Dhruba, and Monica M. Whitham. “Framing the Collective ‘We’ and the Antagonistic ‘Other’ through Metacontrast: Intragroup Homogenization and Intergroup Polarization in the Hindu Nationalist Movement.” Sociological Forum, First published: 8 June 2021. On the right-wing Hindu nationalist “Hindutva” movement in India. Abstract.
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 60.1 (February 2021): 225-238. Abstract. Appendices. Replication Data.
Davies, Garth, Edith Wu, and Richard Frank. “A Witch’s Brew of Grievances: The Potential Effects of COVID-19 on Radicalization to Violent Extremism.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Published online: 10 May 2021. Finding that posting behavior on violent right-wing extremist and incel forums increased significantly following the declaration of the pandemic. The same was not true of left-wing or jihadist forums. Abstract, funding, and notes.
Dawson, Maurice, Andreas Vassilakos, Jose Luis Castanon Remy, and Tenace Kwaku Setor. “Illicit Activities Beneath the Surface Web: Investigating Domestic Extremism on Anonymous Social Media Platforms.” Holistica Journal of Business and Public Administration 12.1 (2021): 27-40. Full text.
De Bruin, Robin. “European Union as a Road to Serfdom: The Alt-Right’s Inversion of Narratives on European Integration.” Journal of Contemporary European Studies, Published online: 4 Aug. 2021. Full text and here.
de Geus, Roosmarijn, and Elizabeth Ralph-Morrow. “An Every Man, Not for Every Woman: Nigel Farage and the Radical Right Gender Gap.” Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, Published online: 31 Aug. 2021. Full text and here and here and here.
de Lima Grecco, Gabriela. “Samba with Fascism: Ação Integralista Brasileira and Its Relations with the New State of Getúlio Vargas.” Journal of Iberian and Latin American Studies, Published online: 13 June 2021. On the Brazilian fascist movement Ação Integralista Brasileira (AIB). Abstract and funding.
De Pelecijn, Lana, Stef Decoene, and Wim Hardyns. “Research Note: ‘If I said I trust you, I would be lying’. Reflections and recommendations for conducting interviews with (violent) extremist prisoners.” Journal for Deradicalization 27 (Summer 2021): 284-310. Full text and here.
Dee, Olivia. “Oral History and Abortion: (Re)Creating English Antiabortion Narratives.” The Oral History Review, Published online: 12 Feb. 2021. On David Alton’s antiabortion bill and antiabortion ideology. Abstract.
Demiralp, Seda, and Evren Balta. “Defeating Populists: The Case of 2019 Istanbul Elections.” South European Society and Politics, Published online: 2 June 2021. Abstract.
Dentler, Klara, Thomas Gschwend, and David Hünlich. “A Swing Vote from the Ethnic Backstage: The Role of German American Isolationist Tradition for Trump’s 2016 Victory.” Electoral Studies 71 (June 2021), art. 102309. Abstract.
Deppisch, Larissa, Torsten Osigus, and Andreas Klärner. “How Rural Is Rural Populism? On the Spatial Understanding of Rurality for Analyses of Right-Wing Populist Election Success in Germany.” Rural Sociology, First published: 18 June 2021. Full text and here and here and here.
Dhingra, Pawan. “‘Over-Zealous Parents, Over-Programmed Families’: Asian Americans, Academic Achievement, and White Supremacy.” Sociology of Race and Ethnicity, First Published June 9, 2021. Abstract and references.
Dias, Tayrine, Marisa von Bülow, and Danniel Gobbi. “Populist Framing Mechanisms and the Rise of Right-Wing Activism in Brazil.” Latin American Politics and Society, Published: 6 August 2021. Abstract and references.
Downes, James Floyd, Matthew Loveless, and Andrew Lam. “The Looming Refugee Crisis in the EU: Right-Wing Party Competition and Strategic Positioning.” JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies, First published: 16 February 2021. Arguing that adopting hard-line positions on immigration may produce short-term electoral success for centre right parties, but that this “strategic positioning” also mainstreams radical immigration positions in contemporary European politics. Abstract. Supporting Information.
Dreher, Tanja, and Lisa Waller. “Enduring Silence: Racialized News Values, White Supremacy and a National Apology for Child Sexual Abuse.” Ethnic and Racial Studies, Published online: 8 Sept. 2021. Abstract and funding.
Drolet, Jean-François, and Michael C. Williams. “The Radical Right, Realism, and the Politics of Conservatism in Postwar International Thought.” Review of International Studies 47.3 (July 2021): 273-293. Full text and here and here and here and here.
Ecker, Alejandro, Marcelo Jenny, Wolfgang C Müller, and Katrin Praprotnik. “How and Why Party Position Estimates from Manifestos, Expert, and Party Elite Surveys Diverge. A Comparative Analysis of the ‘Left-Right’ and the ‘European Integration’ Dimensions.” Party Politics, First Published February 10, 2021. Full text and here.
Edallo, Emanuele. “The Racial Census of 22 August 1938: The First Political Persecutory Act of Anti-Semitic Fascist Policy in Italy. An Overview and the Milan Case Study.” Journal of Modern Jewish Studies, Published online: 24 Jan. 2021. Abstract.
Ehin, Piret, and Liisa Talving. “Still Second-Order? European Elections in the Era of Populism, Extremism, and Euroskepticism.” Politics, First Published February 11, 2021. Using the PopuList database, a resource providing a list of populist, far-right, far-left, and Eurosceptic parties in Europe since 1989, to test the hypothesis that ideologically extreme and protest parties gain votes in EP elections (H5). Full text and here.
Ekström, Mats, Marianna Patrona, and Joanna Thornborrow. “Reporting the Unsayable: Scandalous Talk by Right-Wing Populist Politicians and the Challenge for Journalism.” Journalism, First Published March 12, 2021. Abstract and references.
Enggist, Matthias, and Michael Pinggera. “Radical Right Parties and Their Welfare State Stances – Not so Blurry after All?” West European Politics, Published online:1 Apr. 2021. Full text and here and here.
Engler, Sarah, and David Weisstanner. “The Threat of Social Decline: Income Inequality and Radical Right Support.” Journal of European Public Policy 28.2 (Feb. 2021): 153-173. Abstract and references. Online Appendix.
Erçetin, Tuğçe, and Emre Erdoğan. “‘Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, Please Tell Me … ’: The Populist Rhetoric of the ‘New’ Media of ‘New Turkey’ during the April 16, 2017 Referendum.” Turkish Studies, Published online: 24 Jan. 2021. Arguing that pro-AKP elements in the media helped the government gain consent for its campaign for a ‘new Turkey’ during the campaign for the constitutional referendum in 2017. Abstract.
Erisen, Cengiz, Mattia Guidi, Sergio Martini, Selin Toprakkiran, Pierangelo Isernia, and Levente Littvay. “Psychological Correlates of Populist Attitudes.” Political Psychology, First published: 2 June 2021. Full text and here and here and here.
Erlenbusch-Anderson, Verena. “Historicizing White Supremacist Terrorism with Ida B. Wells.” Political Theory, First Published June 10, 2021. Abstract and references.
Facchini, François, and Louis Jaeck. “Populism and the Rational Choice Model: The Case of the French National Front.” Rationality and Society, First Published March 1, 2021. Abstract and references.
Falkenbach, Michelle, and Scott L. Greer. “Denial and Distraction: How the Populist Radical Right Responds to COVID-19; Comment on ‘A Scoping Review of PRR Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and Its Implication for Population Health in Europe.’” International Journal of Health Policy and Management 10.9 (September 2021): 578-580. Full text and here and here.
Faure, Juliette. “A Russian Version of Reactionary Modernism: Aleksandr Prokhanov’s ‘Spiritualization of Technology.’” Journal of Political Ideologies, Published online: 11 Feb. 2021. Abstract.
Filc, Dani, and Sharon Pardo. “Israel’s Right-Wing Populists: The European Connection.” Survival 63.3 (May 2021): 99-122. Abstract.
Font, Nuria, Paolo Graziano, and Myrto Tsakatika. “Varieties of Inclusionary Populism? SYRIZA, Podemos and the Five Star Movement.” Government and Opposition 56.1 (Jan. 2021): 163-183. Full text and here and here.
Foster, Russell, and Matthew Feldman. “From ‘Brexhaustion’ to ‘Covidiots’: The UK United Kingdom and the Populist Future.” Journal of Contemporary European Research 17.2 (May 2021): 116-127. Full text and here and here.
François, Stéphane. “The New French Knight.” The Journal of Illiberalism Studies 1.1 (Summer 2021): 39-49. Mentions anti-egalitarian; anti-immigrant; Steve Bannon (traditionalist Catholic Alt-Right figure and Breitbart former executive chairman); the Bloc Identitaire (Identarian Bloc) (a grouping born after the dissolution of Unité Radicale by the French state in 2002); Bonald (eighteenth-century counterrevolutionary); Christian Bouchet (founder of Unité Radicale (Radical Unity)); Breitbart; La Chevalerie européenne [European Knighthood] (1998 book by Pierre Vial); Alain de Benoist (the central figure of the French New Right); de Maistre (eighteenth-century counterrevolutionary); Frédéric Encel (French geopolitologist); the ethnic war to result from the current process of “immigration-colonization”; Julius Evola (anti-modern esoteric); the French New Right; globalization; GRECE (Groupe de Recherches et d’Études de la Civilisation Européenne—European Civilization Research and Studies Group) (the major identitarian and supranationalist school from which emerged the European New Right and heir to Dominique Venner’s ideas); René Guénon (anti-modern esoteric); Heinrich Himmler (head of the SS); Adolf Hitler; the Holy Germanic Roman Empire; the Identitarian movement; “immigration-colonialization”; the Italian Social Republic; “Je suis Charlie Martel” (I am Charlie Martel) (Identitarian poster campaign launched after the terrorist attacks against Charlie Hebdo in January 2015); Kshatriya (Indian knight figure); Jacques Le Goff; the Legion of the Archangel Michael (the Iron Guard) (spiritualist-political movement); Bernard Marillier (Evola’s adept, a cadre of Unité Radicale (Radical Unity), and an Identitarian militant); Charles Martel (a Frankish military leader who arrested an Arab army in Poitiers in 732); Men Among the Ruins (1953 book by Evola); Militants (a collection of short stories by Philippe Vardon); Yukio Mishima (Japanese far-right writer who attempted a putsch in Japan in 1970); Muslim immigration-colonization; National Socialism; Nazi party; neo-fascism; “neo-Ghibellines” (a label that many far-right militants apply to themselves, seeing the Germanic Roman Empire, like the Church, as a supernatural type of institution that associated imperial sacredness and Germanness); neo-Nazism; the New European Order (NEO); a new Reconquista (a mobilizing myth against the migratory “invasion”); Nietzsche; Nous sommes la Génération Identitaire (the Génération identitaire manifesto of October 20, 2012); Orientations (1950 book by Evola in which he defended the idea of a European organic empire); Pardès (the main revolutionary-traditionalist publishing house); Poitiers mosque occupation on October 20, 2012 (the date being a symbolic homage to the victory of Charles Martel); Rassemblement National; Reconquista; revolutionary-traditionalism (a commitment both political and spiritual, collective and individual, that aims to accelerate the return to a Golden Age often associated with the Middle Ages); Ride the Tiger (1961 book by Evola); Saint-Loup (French ex-SS officer, pseudonym of Marc Augier); spiritual racism (theme promoted by Julius Evola); the SS; Terre et peuple (Pierre Vial’s anti-immigrant political group); Terre et peuple (Pierre Vial’s journal); the Teutonic Knights (an order of knight-monks established to evangelize the peoples of the Baltic); the Third Reich; traditionalism (a form of esotericism that postulates the existence of a “primordial tradition” that is by nature supra-human and transcendent); the U.S. Alt-Right (an informal movement of ethnic-differentialists, white supremacists, and neo-Nazis who make use of the theoretical output of the European revolutionary far-right); Unité Radicale (Radical Unity) (a French nationalist-revolutionary group founded by Christian Bouchet); Philippe Vardon (Identitarian militant (and now a leading member of Rassemblement National); Dominique Venner (European Far Right figure); Pierre Vial (former lecturer in medieval studies at the University of Lyon III and anti-immigrant author); the Vichy regime (celebrated Clovis as the founder of France); Wewelsburg (restored medieval castle, laden with esoteric symbolism); and Francis Parker Yockey. Full text and here.
Friesen, Kyle R. “Reimagining Populism to Reveal Canada’s Right-Wing Populist Zeitgeist.” Inquiries Journal 13.1 (2021). Full text.
Galamba, Arthur, and Brian Matthews. “Science Education against the Rise of Fascist and Authoritarian Movements: Towards the Development of a Pedagogy for Democracy.” Cultural Studies of Science Education, Published: 7 February 2021. Full text and here.
Ganor, Boaz. “A Typology of Terrorist Attacks: The ‘32 Profiles’ Model.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Published online: 11 Jan. 2021. Abstract and notes.
Gansewig, Antje, and Maria Walsh. “Preventing Violent Extremism with Former Extremists in Schools: A Media Analysis of the Situation in Germany.” Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 13 Jan. 2021. Abstract and funding.
Garry, Amanda, Samantha Walther, Rukaya Rukaya, and Ayan Mohammed. “QAnon Conspiracy Theory: Examining Its Evolution and Mechanisms of Radicalization.” Journal for Deradicalization 26 (Spring 2021): 152-216. Full text and here.
Gellert, Tess. “The Spectacle of Terrorism and the Global Village: The Role of Media in the Next Wave of Terrorism.” Beacon: UBC Journal of Media Studies 2 (2021). Full text.
Gemenis, Kostas. “Explaining Conspiracy Beliefs and Scepticism around the COVID-19 Pandemic.” Swiss Political Science Review, First published: 14 June 2021. Finding that conspiracy beliefs and scepticism about the COVID-19 pandemic are better explained by belief in unrelated political and medical conspiracy theories than by the effect of ideology, measured either by self-placement on the left-right scale or by attitudes associated with political ideologies. Full text and here and here and here.
Gerts, Dax, Courtney D. Shelley, Nidhi Parikh, Travis Pitts, Chrysm Watson Ross, Geoffrey Fairchild, Nidia Yadria Vaquera Chavez, and Ashlynn R. Daughton. “‘Thought I’d Share First’ and Other Conspiracy Theory Tweets from the COVID-19 Infodemic: Exploratory Study.” JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 7.4 (Apr. 2021), art. e26527. Examining four COVID-19 conspiracy theory themes: that 5G cell towers spread the virus; that the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation engineered or has otherwise malicious intent related to COVID-19; that the virus was bioengineered or was developed in a laboratory; and that the COVID-19 vaccines, which were then all still in development, would be dangerous. Full text and here.
Giuliani, Giovanni Amerigo. “The Family Policy Positions of Conservative Parties: A Farewell to the Male-Breadwinner Family Model?” European Journal of Political Research, First published: 24 June 2021. Full text and here and here and here.
“The Global Rise of the Extreme Right” [Special Issue]: Social Sciences (2020-2021). Contents: International Nets and National Links: The Global Rise of the Extreme Right—Introduction to Special Issue, by Kristy Campion and Scott Poynting – The Visual Politics of the Alternative for Germany (AfD): Anti-Islam, Ethno-Nationalism, and Gendered Images, by Nicole Doerr – The Rise of Fascist Formations in Chile and in the World, by Rene Leal – The “New Normal” and “Pandemic Populism”: The COVID-19 Crisis and Anti-Hygienic Mobilisation of the Far-Right, by Ulrike M. Vieten – Keeping the Nazi Menace Out: George Lincoln Rockwell and the Border Control System in Australia and Britain in the Early 1960s, by Evan Smith – Women in the Extreme and Radical Right: Forms of Participation and Their Implications, by Kristy Campion – The Culture of Violent Talk: An Interpretive Approach, by Pete Simi and Steven Windisch – Metapolitical New Right Influencers: The Case of Brittany Pettibone, by Ico Maly – Framing “The Gypsy Problem”: Populist Electoral Use of Romaphobia in Italy (2014–2019), by Laura Cervi and Santiago Tejedor. Full text.
Goetzmann, Lutz. “The Return of the (Foreclosed) Truth – Considerations on German Right-Wing Terror.” Free Associations 81-82 (May 2021): 94-105. On the manifesto of right-wing extremist Tobias R., who murdered nine people with migrant backgrounds before killing his mother and himself on 19 February 2020. Full text and here.
Gold, Tomás, and Alejandro M. Peña. “The Rise of the Contentious Right: Digitally Intermediated Linkage Strategies in Argentina and Brazil.” Latin American Politics and Society, Published online: 6 August 2021. Full text.
Górska, Paulina, Anna Stefaniak, Katarzyna Lipowska, Katarzyna Malinowska, Magdalena Skrodzka, and Marta Marchlewska. “Authoritarians Go with the Flow: Social Norms Moderate the Link between Right-Wing Authoritarianism and Outgroup-Directed Attitudes.” Political Psychology, First published: 4 May 2021. Abstract. Supplementary Material.
Goubin, Silke, and Marc Hooghe. “Do Welfare Concerns Drive Electoral Support for the Populist Radical Right? An Exploratory Analysis.” Acta Politica, Published: 10 April 2021. Abstract, notes, and references.
Gozalishvili, Nino. “‘Europe Is Awakening’: Diffusion of National-Populism in an Eastern Partnership Country – The Case of ‘Georgian March’ in Georgia.” Nationalities Papers, Published online: 4 June 2021. Full text and here and here.
Grodecki, Mateusz. “Nation as a Product of Resistance: Introducing Post-Foundational Discourse Analysis in Research on Ultras’ Nationalism.” Sport in Society, Published online: 6 Jan. 2021. Abstract.
Gründler, Klaus, and Tommy Krieger. “Using Machine Learning for measuring democracy: A practitioners guide and a new updated dataset for 186 countries from 1919 to 2019.” European Journal of Political Economy, Available online 17 May 2021. On the authors’s Machine Learning Democracy Index. Full text and here.
Guimarães, Feliciano de Sá, and Irma Dutra de Oliveira e Silva. “Far-Right Populism and Foreign Policy Identity: Jair Bolsonaro’s Ultra-Conservatism and the New Politics of Alignment.” International Affairs 97.2 (Mar. 2021): 345-363. Abstract.
Gümrükçü, Selin Bengi. “Ideology, Discourse, and Alliance Structures: Explaining Far-Right Political Violence in Turkey in the 1970s.” Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 24 Mar. 2021. Abstract.
Gupta, Jay A. “Torches, Pitchforks, Smartphones, and Mass Delusion: An American Insurrection.” Telos 194 (March 20, 2021): 158-162. On the January 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol. Excerpt.
Guth, James L., and Brent F. Nelsen. “Party Choice in Europe: Social Cleavages and the Rise of Populist Parties.” Party Politics 27.3 (May 2021): 453-464. Full text.
Hamdaoui, Soraya. “Anti-Populism during the Yellow Vest Protests: From Combatting the Rassemblement National to Dealing with Street Populists.” The British Journal of Politics and International Relations, First Published January 10, 2021. Analysing the anti-populist strategy of La République en marche! (LREM) during the Yellow Vest protests by comparing it with the one used against the Rassemblement National (RN), France’s main populist party. Full text and here.
Harris, Kira. “A Hybrid Threat: The Night Wolves Motorcycle Club.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Published online: 11 Jan. 2021. Abstract and notes.
Hart, Amber. “Right-Wing Waves: Applying the Four Waves Theory to Transnational and Transhistorical Right-Wing Threat Trends.” Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 12 Jan. 2021. Full text and here.
Harteveld, Eelco. “Fragmented Foes: Affective Polarization in the Multiparty Context of the Netherlands.” Electoral Studies 71 (June 2021), art. 102332. Finding affective polarization, or antipathy between the supporters of opposing political camps, to be especially strong between those who disagree on cultural issues, and between those who support and oppose the populist radical right. Full text and here and here.
Harteveld, Eelco, Andrej Kokkonen, Jonas Linde, and Stefan Dahlberg. “A Tough Trade-off? The Asymmetrical Impact of Populist Radical Right Inclusion on Satisfaction with Democracy and Government.” European Political Science Review 13.1 (Feb. 2021): 113-133. Full text and here and here.
Harteveld, Eelco, Wouter van der Brug, Sarah de Lange, and Tom van der Meer. “Multiple Roots of the Populist Radical Right: Support for the Dutch PVV in Cities and the Countryside.” European Journal of Political Research, First published: 5 April 2021. Full text and here and here.
Hartman, Todd K., Thomas V. A. Stocks, Ryan McKay, Jilly Gibson-Miller, Liat Levita, Anton P. Martinez, Liam Mason, Orla McBride, Jamie Murphy, Mark Shevlin, Kate M. Bennett, Philip Hyland, Thanos Karatzias, Frédérique Vallières, and Richard P. Bentall. “The Authoritarian Dynamic During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Effects on Nationalism and Anti-Immigrant Sentiment.” Social Psychological and Personality Science 12.7 (Sept. 2021): 1274-1285. Full text and here and here. Supplemental Material.
Haugstvedt, Håvard, and Daniel Koehler. “Armed and Explosive? An Explorative Statistical Analysis of Extremist Radicalization Cases with Military Background.” Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 24 Aug. 2021. Finding that far-right radicalized individuals with military backgrounds are more likely to suffer from trauma, a diminution of social standing, having difficulties in romantic relationships, and exclusion from participation in social groups or organizations, compared to far-right radicalized individuals without military backgrounds. Full text and here.
Hawkins, Ian, and Muniba Saleem. “Rise UP!: A Content Analytic Study of How Collective Action Is Discussed within White Nationalist Videos on YouTube.” New Media & Society, First Published August 25, 2021. Abstract and references.
Heinisch, Reinhard, Steven Saxonberg, Annika Werner, and Fabian Habersack. “The Effect of Radical Right Fringe Parties on Main Parties in Central and Eastern Europe: Empirical Evidence from Manifesto Data.” Party Politics 27.1 (Jan. 2021): 9-21. Full text and here and here and here.
Henschke, Adam, and Alastair Reed. “Toward an Ethical Framework for Countering Extremist Propaganda Online.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Published online: 8 Mar. 2021. Focusing on the broader threat of violent extremism generally, including right wing and nationalist violence as well as Jihadi violent extremism. Abstract, funding, and notes.
Herman, Lise Esther, Julian Hoerner, and Joseph Lacey. “Why Does the European Right Accommodate Backsliding States? An Analysis of 24 European People’s Party Votes (2011-2019).” European Political Science Review, Published online: 18 February 2021. Abstract and references. Supplementary materials.
Hodwitz, Omi, and Kelley Massingale. “Rhetoric and Hate Crimes: Examining the Public Response to the Trump Narrative.” Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression, Published online: 3 June 2021. Using the UCR and multiple analytical techniques to find support for the public assumption that Trump’s words and actions resulted in a backlash effect by significantly influencing domestic hate crimes. Abstract.
Hofmann, David C., Brynn Trofimuk, Shayna Perry, and Caitlin Hyslop-Margison. “An Exploration of Right-Wing Extremist Incidents in Atlantic Canada.” Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict, Published online: 27 Jan. 2021. Using a dataset of right-wing extremist incidents from January 2000 to December 2019 to explore the distribution, breadth, type, and extent of right-wing extremist activity in Atlantic Canada (New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland & Labrador, and Prince Edward Island). Full text.
Huber, Robert A., Tomas Maltby, Kacper Szulecki, and Stefan Ćetković. “Is Populism a Challenge to European Energy and Climate Policy? Empirical Evidence across Varieties of Populism.” Journal of European Public Policy, Published online: 7 May 2021. Full text and here and here.
Hughes, Brian, and Cynthia Miller-Idriss. “Uniting for Total Collapse: The January 6 Boost to Accelerationism.” CTC Sentinel (Combating Terrorism Center at West Point) 14.4 (April/May 2021): 12-18. Full text and here.
Hutchinson, Jade, Amarnath Amarasingam, Ryan Scrivens, and Brian Ballsun-Stanton. “Mobilizing Extremism Online: Comparing Australian and Canadian Right-Wing Extremist Groups on Facebook.” Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression, Published online: 30 Mar. 2021. Abstract.
Iglesias-Pascual, Ricardo, Virginia Paloma, and Isabel Benítez. “The Role of Contextual Factors in the Electoral Resurgence of Extreme Right-Wing Forces in Spain: The Case of Andalusia.” Political Geography 86 (Apr. 2021), art. 102356. Abstract.
Ihlebæk, Karoline Andrea, and Carina Riborg Holter. “Hostile Emotions: An Exploratory Study of Far-Right Online Commenters and Their Emotional Connection to Traditional and Alternative News Media.” Journalism, First Published February 20, 2021. Abstract and references.
Ince, Anthony. “Anti-Fascist Action and the Transversal Territorialities of Militant Anti-Fascism in 1990s Britain.” Antipode, First published: 9 August 2021. Abstract.
Ionescu, Octavia, Jean Louis Tavani, and Julie Collange. “Political Extremism and Perceived Anomie: New Evidence of Political Extremes’ Symmetries and Asymmetries Within French Samples.” International Review of Social Psychology 34.1 (Aug. 2021), art. 21. Full text and here and here.
Ip, John. “Law’s Response to New Zealand’s ‘Darkest of Days.’” Common Law World Review, First Published February 16, 2021. Abstract.
Isom, Deena A., Toniqua C. Mikell, and Hunter M. Boehme. “White America, Threat to the Status Quo, and Affiliation with the Alt-Right: A Qualitative Approach.” Sociological Spectrum, Published online: 25 Feb. 2021. Abstract and notes.
Jacobs, Laura, and Joost van Spanje. “Not All Terror Is Alike: How Right-Wing Extremist and Islamist Terror Threat Affect Anti-Immigration Party Support.” International Journal of Public Opinion Research, Published: 23 January 2021. Full text and here.
Jäger, Kai. “When Do Party Supporters Abandon the Party Leader? The Intraparty Conflict of the Alternative for Germany.” Party Politics 27.3 (May 2021): 478-488. Full text.
Jahnke, Sara, Katharina Abad Borger, and Andreas Beelmann. “Predictors of Political Violence Outcomes among Young People: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.” Political Psychology, First published: 9 April 2021. Full text and here and here and here.
Jankosky, John C., II. “An Analysis of Domestic and Foreign Legal Mechanisms to Counter the Rise of White Nationalism.” American University National Security Law Brief 11.2 (2021). Full text.
Jaramillo-Dent, Daniela, Paloma Contreras-Pulido, and M. Amor Pérez-Rodríguez. “Right-Wing Immigration Narratives in Spain: A Study of Persuasion on Instagram Stories.” European Journal of Communication, First Published May 13, 2021. Abstract and references.
Jasser, Greta, Jordan McSwiney, Ed Pertwee, and Savvas Zannettou. “‘Welcome to #GabFam’: Far-Right Virtual Community on Gab.” New Media & Society, First Published June 28, 2021. Arguing that shared experiences or fears of being deplatformed facilitate a coalescing of assorted far-right tendencies online. Abstract and references.
Jenne, Erin K. “Populism, Nationalism and Revisionist Foreign Policy.” International Affairs 97.2 (Mar. 2021): 323-343. Abstract.
Jeroense, Thijmen, Jorrit Luimers, Kristof Jacobs, and Niels Spierings. “Political Social Media Use and Its Linkage to Populist and Postmaterialist Attitudes and Vote Intention in the Netherlands.” European Political Science, Published: 22 January 2021. Abstract, notes, and references.
Joshi, Devin K. “A New Conceptualization of the Political Left and Right: One Dimension, Multiple Domains.” Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue Canadienne de Science Politique, Published online: 29 June 2021. Abstract and references. Supplementary materials.
Jugl, Irina, Friedrich Lösel, Doris Bender, and Sonja King. “Psychosocial Prevention Programs against Radicalization and Extremism: A Meta-Analysis of Outcome Evaluations.” European Journal of Psychology Applied to Legal Context 13.1 (January 2021): 37-46. Full text and here.
Kaiser, Wolfram. “Counter-Narratives in the European Parliament: Far Left and Far Right Groups and European ‘Union’ in the 1980s.” Journal of Contemporary European Studies, Published online: 25 Mar. 2021. Abstract and funding.
Kallis, Aristotle. “‘Counter-Spurt’ but Not ‘de-Civilization’: Fascism, (Un)Civility, Taboo, and the ‘Civilizing Process.’” Journal of Political Ideologies 26.1 (Jan. 2021): 3-22. Abstract.
Kallis, Aristotle. “The Transnational Co-Production of Interwar ‘Fascism’: On the Dynamics of Ideational Mobility and Localization.” European History Quarterly 51.2 (Apr. 2021): 189-213. Full text and here.
Kamenowski, Maria, Patrik Manzoni, Sandrine Haymoz, Anna Isenhardt, Cédric Jacot, and Dirk Baier. “Religion as an Influencing Factor of Right-Wing, Left-Wing and Islamist Extremism. Findings of a Swiss Youth Study.” PLOS ONE 16.6 (June 2021), art. e0252851. Full text and here and here.
Kantola, Johanna, and Cherry Miller. “Party Politics and Radical Right Populism in the European Parliament: Analysing Political Groups as Democratic Actors.” JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies, First published: 16 February 2021. Full text and here and here and here.
Katsourides, Yiannos, and Elena K. Pachita. “Normalizing Far Right Party Rhetoric: The Impact of Media Populist Frames and Coverage on the Electoral Prospects of Far-Right Parties in the Case of Cyprus.” Journal of Contemporary European Studies, Published online: 5 July 2021. Abstract.
Kavanagh, Nolan M., Anil Menon, and Justin E. Heinze. “Does Health Vulnerability Predict Voting for Right-Wing Populist Parties in Europe?” American Political Science Review, Published online: 26 April 2021. Full text and here.
Keatley, D. A., S. Knight, and A. Marono. “A Crime Script Analysis of Violent and Nonviolent Extremists.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Published online: 28 June 2021. Abstract and notes.
Kefford, Glenn, and Shaun Ratcliff. “Populists or Nativist Authoritarians? A Cross-National Analysis of the Radical Right.” Australian Journal of Political Science, Published online: 17 Aug. 2021. Abstract.
Kenyon, Jonathan, Christopher Baker-Beall, and Jens Binder. “Lone-Actor Terrorism – A Systematic Literature Review.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Published online: 4 Mar. 2021. Abstract and notes.
Kfir, Isaac. “Innovating to Survive, a Look at How Extremists Adapt to Counterterrorism.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Published online: 20 May 2021. Abstract and notes.
Khan, Pervaiz. “South Africa: From Apartheid to Xenophobia.” Race & Class 63.1 (July 2021): 3-22. Abstract and references.
King, Amy. “The Battle for Influence: Commemoration of Transnational Martyrs in the Italian Diaspora of the U.S. under Fascism.” Memory Studies, First Published February 2, 2021. Abstract and references.
Klatran, Henning Kaiser. “Queer Citizens and the Perils of the Neoliberal City: Racialized Narratives of Homophobic Hate Crime in Oslo, Norway.” Sexualities, First Published May 19, 2021. Abstract and references.
Knupfer, Helena, and Jörg Matthes. “An Attack against Us All? Perceived Similarity and Compassion for the Victims Mediate the Effects of News Coverage about Right-Wing Terrorism.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Published online: 1 Jun 2021. Full text and here and here.
Korstenbroek, Timo. “Rethinking the Public Sphere in an Age of Radical-Right Populism: A Case for Building an Empathetic Public Sphere.” Communication Theory, Published: 29 May 2021. Full text and here and here.
Kučiš, Vlasta, and Darja Kupinić Gušić. “Hate Speech as Part of Contemporary Public Discourse and Possible Solutions to Support Public Administration: European Parliament Elections in Croatia.” Lex Localis – Journal of Local Self-Government 19.1 (Jan. 2021): 197-216. Abstract and references.
Kulin, Joakim, Ingemar Johansson Sevä, and Riley E. Dunlap. “Nationalist Ideology, Rightwing Populism, and Public Views about Climate Change in Europe.” Environmental Politics, Published online: 23 Mar. 2021. Full text and here and here.
Kunst, Marlene, Pablo Porten-Cheé, Martin Emmer, Christiane Eilders. “Do ‘Good Citizens’ Fight Hate Speech Online? Effects of Solidarity Citizenship Norms on User Responses to Hate Comments.” Journal of Information Technology & Politics, Published online: 11 Jan. 2021. Abstract and funding.
Lacatus, Corina, and Gustav Meibauer. “Crisis, Rhetoric and Right-Wing Populist Incumbency: An Analysis of Donald Trump’s Tweets and Press Briefings.” Government and Opposition, Published online: 8 September 2021. Full text and here and here and here.
Lakhani, Suraj, and Natalie James. “‘Prevent Duty’: Empirical Reflections on the Challenges of Addressing Far-Right Extremism within Secondary Schools and Colleges in the UK.” Critical Studies on Terrorism 14.1 (Jan. 2021): 67-89. Abstract and funding.
Lamour, Christian. “Interviewing a Right-Wing Populist Leader during the 2019 EU Elections: Conflictual Situations and Equivocation beyond Borders.” Discourse & Communication 15.1 (Feb. 2021): 59-73. Full text and here.
Lantian, Anthony, Virginie Bagneux Sylvain Delouvée Nicolas Gauvrit. “Maybe a Free Thinker but Not a Critical One: High Conspiracy Belief Is Associated with Low Critical Thinking Ability.” Applied Cognitive Psychology, First published: 13 January 2021. Full text and here and here and here and here and here.
Lawless, Brandi, and Kristen L. Cole. “Troll Tracking: Examining Rhetorical Circulation of Anti-Intellectual Ideologies in Right-Wing Media Attacks.” Communication, Culture and Critique, Published: 25 January 2021. Abstract.
Lazić, Aleksandra, and Iris Žeželj. “A Systematic Review of Narrative Interventions: Lessons for Countering Anti-Vaccination Conspiracy Theories and Misinformation.” Public Understanding of Science, First Published May 18, 2021. Full text.
Lee, Benjamin, and Kim Knott. “Fascist Aspirants: Fascist Forge and Ideological Learning in the Extreme-Right Online Milieu.” Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression, Published online: 8 Jan. 2021. Full text and here.
Liburd, Liam J. “Thinking Imperially: The British Fascisti and the Politics of Empire, 1923-35.” Twentieth Century British History 32.1 (Mar. 2021): 46-67. Full text.
Liebe, Ulf, and Nicole Schwitter. “Explaining Ethnic Violence: On the Relevance of Geographic, Social, Economic, and Political Factors in Hate Crimes on Refugees.” European Sociological Review, Published: 13 January 2021. Abstract.
Lim, Sang Hun. “Look up Rather than down: Karl Polanyi’s Fascism and Radical Right-Wing ‘Populism.’” Current Sociology, First Published May 20, 2021. Abstract and references.
Löschke, Ayaka. “Administrative Measures Against Far-Right Protesters: An Example of Japan’s Social Control.” Social Science Japan Journal, Published: 26 April 2021. Abstract.
Löw, Ajana, Saša Puzić, and Jelena Matić Bojić. “Anti-Immigrant Prejudice in a Post-Socialist Context: The Role of Identity-Based Explanations.” Ethnic and Racial Studies, Published online: 7 Jan. 2021. Abstract.
Li, Yao, and Harvey L. Nicholson. “When ‘Model Minorities’ Become ‘Yellow Peril’—Othering and the Racialization of Asian Americans in the COVID-19 Pandemic.” Sociology Compass, First published: 16 January 2021. Full text and here and here and here.
“The Long-Term Impacts of Attacks: The Case of the July 22, 2011 Attacks in Norway” [special issue]: Perspectives on Terrorism 15.3 (June 2021). Contents: Introduction, by Tore Bjørgo and Anders Ravik Jupskås, 2-13, full text — Breivik’s Long Shadow? The Impact of the July 22, 2011 Attacks on the Modus Operandi of Extreme-right Lone Actor Terrorists, by Graham Macklin and Tore Bjørgo, 14-36, full text — From Monster to Hero? Explaining Variation in Far-right Support for Anders Behring Breivik, by Lars Erik Berntzen and Jacob Aasland Ravndal, 37-59, full text — The Terrorist Attack on Utøya Island: Long-Term Impact on Survivors’ Health and Implications for Policy, by Kristin A. Glad, Synne Stensland, and Grete Dyb, 60-74, full text — Norwegian Memorial Work after July 22, 2011, by Jone Salomonsen, 75-95, full text — Drawing the Boundaries of Legitimate Debate: Right-Wing Extremism in Norwegian News Media in the Decade After the July 22, 2011 Attacks, by Anna Grøndahl Larsen, 96-108, full text — Consensus or Conflict? A Survey Analysis of how Norwegians Interpret the July 22, 2011 Attacks a Decade Later, by Anders Ravik Jupskås and Øyvind Solheim, 109-131, full text.
Lopes de Souza, Marcelo. “The Land of the Past? Neo-Populism, Neo-Fascism, and the Failure of the Left in Brazil.” Political Geography 83 (Nov. 2020), art. 102186. Full text.
Luban, Daniel. “The Not-So-Strange Death of Right Populism.” Dissent 68.1 (Winter 2021): 45-49. Abstract and first page.
Lundberg, Erik. “Guardians of Democracy? On the Response of Civil Society Organisations to Right-Wing Extremism.” Scandinavian Political Studies 44.2 (June 2021): 170-194. Full text and here and here and here.
Lütjen, Torben. “The Anti-Authoritarian Revolt: Right-Wing Populism as Self-Empowerment?” European Journal of Social Theory, First Published June 24, 2021. Abstract and references.
Marcinkiewicz, Kamil, and Ruth Dassonneville. “Do Religious Voters Support Populist Radical Right Parties? Opposite Effects in Western and East-Central Europe.” Party Politics, First Published January 20, 2021. Abstract and references.
Marcos-Marne, Hugo, Ivan Llamazares, and Susumu Shikano. “Left-Right Radicalism and Populist Attitudes in France and Spain.” Journal of Contemporary European Studies, Published online: 21 Apr. 2021. Abstract and funding.
Marcos-Marne, Hugo, Carolina Plaza-Colodro, and Ciaran O’Flynn. “Populism and New Radical-Right Parties: The Case of VOX.” Politics, First Published June 18, 2021. Abstract and references.
Marcus, Alan P. “The Dangers of the Geographical Imagination in the U.S. Eugenics Movement.” Geographical Review 111.1 (Jan. 2021): 36-56. Abstract.
Marone, Francesco. “Hate in the Time of Coronavirus: Exploring the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Violent Extremism and Terrorism in the West.” Security Journal, Published: 7 January 2021. Full text and here.
Marques, Mathew D., John R. Kerr, Matt N. Williams, Mathew Ling, and Jim McLennan. “Associations between Conspiracism and the Rejection of Scientific Innovations.” Public Understanding of Science, First Published April 16, 2021. Abstract and references.
Mattsson, Christer, and Thomas Johansson. “Neo-Nazi Violence and Ideology: Changing Attitudes toward Violence in Sweden’s Skinhead and Post-Skinhead Eras.” Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 27 Jan. 2021. Full text and here.
Mattsson, Christer, and Thomas Johansson. “‘We Are the White Aryan Warriors’: Violence, Homosociality, and the Construction of Masculinity in the National Socialist Movement in Sweden.” Men and Masculinities, First Published January 5, 2021. Full text and here.
Maxwell, Angie. “Why Trump Became a ‘Confederate’ President.” The Forum, Published online: 18 Mar. 2021. First page.
Mayer, Sabrina Jasmin, and Christoph Giang Nguyen. “Angry Reactionary Narcissists? Anger Activates the Link Between Narcissism and Right-Populist Party Support.” Politics and Governance 9.3 (Aug. 2021): 248-259. Full text and here. Supplementary File.
Mayerhöffer, Eva. “How Do Danish Right-Wing Alternative Media Position Themselves Against the Mainstream? Advancing the Study of Alternative Media Structure and Content.” Journalism Studies 22.2 (Jan. 2021): 119-136. A qualitative content analysis of the entire website and article content published by five right-wing alternative news media in April 2019. Abstract.
Mayka, Lindsay, and Amy Erica Smith. “The Grassroots Right in Latin America: Patterns, Causes, and Consequences.” Latin American Politics and Society, Published online: 6 August 2021. Full text and here and here.
McCaffrey, Raymond. “The Oklahoma City Bombing: Institutional Practices by Journalists Covering the Biggest Story of Their Lives.” Journalism Practice, Published online: 7 Apr. 2021. Abstract.
McCauley, Thomas. “Race War or Culture War: The Diversity in Right-Wing Extremism.” Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict 14.2 (May 2021): 192–208. Abstract.
McDonnell, Duncan, Annika Werner, and Malin Karlsson. “Reputation versus Office: Why Populist Radical Right Governmental Participation Has Differed between Sweden and Denmark.” International Political Science Review, First Published July 22, 2021. Abstract and references.
McKercher, Asa. “The Edmund Burke Society and Right-Wing Extremism in Late Twentieth-Century Canada.” Canadian Historical Review, First published: 25 June 2021. On the Edmund Burke Society (EBS), a leading Canadian far-right outlet since the late 1960s, and its successor organizations. Abstract.
McMahon, Richard. “Is Alt-Europe Possible? Populist Radical Right Counternarratives of European Integration.” Journal of Contemporary European Studies, Published online: 4 May 2021. Using qualitative content analysis to identify narratives that support or undermine alt-Europe, and tropes that refer to them, in the thirteen parliamentary, presidential and European election manifestoes since 2012 of four major PRR parties: AfD (Germany), PiS (Poland), Lega (Italy), and FN (France). Alt-Europe is a conservative, xenophobic intergovernmental vision of a European ‘community of sovereign states’, ‘strong nations’ or ‘fatherlands’, that abhors the EU’s ‘centralised’ United States of Europe. Full text and here.
McSwiney, Jordan, Michael Vaughan, Annett Heft, and Matthias Hoffmann. “Sharing the Hate? Memes and Transnationality in the Far Right’s Digital Visual Culture.” Information, Communication & Society, Published online: 4 Aug. 2021. Abstract and funding.
Meardi, Guglielmo, and Igor Guardiancich. “Back to the Familialist Future: The Rise of Social Policy for Ruling Populist Radical Right Parties in Italy and Poland.” West European Politics, Published online: 17 May 2021. Abstract.
Medina, Richard, Emily Nicolosi, Collin Riley, and Phoebe McNeally. “Reflections on Hateful Responses to Research on Hate in the United States.” Public Understanding of Science, First Published February 27, 2021. Abstract and references.
Meléndez, Carlos, and Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser. “Negative Partisanship towards the Populist Radical Right and Democratic Resilience in Western Europe.” Democratization, Published online: 29 Mar. 2021. Abstract and funding.
Melito, Francesco. “Finding the Roots of Neo-Traditionalist Populism in Poland: ‘Cultural Displacement’ and European Integration.” New Perspectives 29.1 (Mar. 2021): 23-44. Abstract and references.
Meloy, John Reid, Alasdair Goodwill, Caitlin Clemmow, and Paul Gill. “Time Sequencing the TRAP-18 Indicators.” Journal of Threat Assessment and Management, First published: June 28, 2021. Abstract.
Menke, Manuel, and Tim Wulf. “The Dark Side of Inspirational Pasts: An Investigation of Nostalgia in Right-Wing Populist Communication.” Media and Communication 9.2 (May 2021): 237-249. Full text and here.
Miklin, Eric, and Martin Dolezal. “Positive Side Effects? The Impact of Populist Radical Right Parties in Government on the Media Visibility of the Austrian Parliament.” Parliamentary Affairs 74.4 (Oct. 2021): 853-870. Abstract.
Miller-Idriss, Cynthia. “From 9/11 to 1/6: The War on Terror Supercharged the Far Right.” Foreign Affairs 100.5 (September/October 2021). Full text.
Millett, Kris. “On the Meaning and Contemporary Significance of Fascism in the Writings of Karl Polanyi.” Theory and Society, Published: 11 January 2021. Abstract, notes, and references.
Milner, Helen V. “Voting for Populism in Europe: Globalization, Technological Change, and the Extreme Right.” Comparative Political Studies, First Published March 3, 2021. Abstract and references.
Min, Seong Jae. “Who Believes in Conspiracy Theories? Network Diversity, Political Discussion, and Conservative Conspiracy Theories on Social Media.” American Politics Research, First Published May 2, 2021. Abstract and references.
Minkenberg, Michael. “Populist Risks to Pluralist Society: The Radical Right in Europe as a Response to Ethnocultural Diversification.” Security and Safety in the Era of Global Risks. Edited by Radomir Compel and Rosalie Arcala-Hall. London: Routledge, 2021. 51-68. Chapter abstract.
Minkenberg, Michael. “The Radical Right and Anti-Immigrant Politics in Liberal Democracies since World War II: Evolution of a Political and Research Field.” Polity 53.3 (July 2021): 394-417. “This article reviews existing scholarship on radical Right parties, the dynamics of their support and their effects on policies, by providing an overview of the development of scholarship on these topics as it relates to the evolution of immigration trends and immigration research.” First page.
Minkenberg, Michael, Anca Florian, Zsuzsanna Végh, and Malisa Zobel. “Depleting Democracy? The Radical Right’s Impact on Minority Politics in Eastern Europe.” International Political Science Review, First Published February 1, 2021. Abstract and references.
Molnar, Gyozo, and Stuart Whigham. “Radical Right Populist Politics in Hungary: Reinventing the Magyars through Sport.” International Review for the Sociology of Sport 56.1 (Feb. 2021): 133-148. Full text and here.
Morris, Christopher J. “Can Partnership Approaches Developed to Prevent Islamic Terrorism Be Replicated for the Extreme Right? Comparing the Muslim Brotherhood and Generation Identity as ‘Firewalls’ against Violent Extremism.” Journal for Deradicalization 26 (Spring 2021): 34-70. Full text and here.
Morrison, John, Andrew Silke, and Eke Bont. “The Development of the Framework for Research Ethics in Terrorism Studies (FRETS).” Terrorism and Political Violence 33.2 (Feb. 2021): 271-289. Abstract.
Mosca, Lorenzo, and Mario Quaranta. “Are Digital Platforms Potential Drivers of the Populist Vote? A Comparative Analysis of France, Germany and Italy.” Information, Communication & Society, Published online: 10 Mar 2021. Abstract.
Motta, Matthew. “Republicans, Not Democrats, Are More Likely to Endorse Anti-Vaccine Misinformation.” American Politics Research, First Published June 14, 2021. Abstract and references.
Mowatt, Rasul A. “The Dylann Roof road trip: A report on the banality of evil.” Socialising Tourism: Rethinking Tourism for Social and Ecological Justice. Edited by Freya Higgins-Desbiolles, Adam Doering, and Bobbie Chew Bigby. London: Routledge, 2021. 109-128. Chapter abstract and here.
Müller, Jan-Werner. “Rawls and Right-Wing Populism — A Qualified Defense of the Former: A Reply to Gila Stopler.” International Journal of Constitutional Law, Published: 14 May 2021. Abstract.
Mueller, Jennifer C., and DyAnna K. Washington. “Anticipating White Futures: The Ends-Based Orientation of White Thinking.” Symbolic Interaction, First published: 29 June 2021. Full text.
Mullis, Daniel. “Urban Conditions for the Rise of the Far Right in the Global City of Frankfurt: From Austerity Urbanism, Post-Democracy and Gentrification to Regressive Collectivity.” Urban Studies 58.1 (Jan. 2021): 131-147. Full text and here.
Nagayoshi, Kikuko. “The Political Orientation of Japanese Online Right-Wingers.” Pacific Affairs 94.1 (Mar. 2021): 5-32.
“National, European, Transnational: Far-Right Activism in the Twentieth and Twenty-first Centuries” [special issue]: East European Politics and Societies: and Cultures, First Published 2 June 2021. Contents: Introduction to the Special Issue, by Agnieszka Pasieka, first page — In Need of a Leader: Boleslaw Piasecki’s Charismatic Leadership in the 1930s, by Izabela Mrzyglód, abstract — Transnational Far Right and Nazi Soft Power in Eastern Europe: The Humboldt Fellowships for Romanians, by Irina Nastasa-Matei, abstract — The Dark Side of Transnational Mobility: Croatian Travel Writers in Hitler’s New Europe, by Rory Yeomans, abstract — The Toolkit of Nationalist Populism in Contemporary Hungary: Symbols, Objects, and Modalities of Circulation, by Virág Molnár, abstract — Postsocialist and Postcapitalist Questions? Far-Right Historical Narratives and the Making of a New Europe, by Agnieszka Maria Pasieka, full text and here.
Nemeth, Stephen C., and Holley E. Hansen. “Political Competition and Right-Wing Terrorism: A County-Level Analysis of the United States.” Political Research Quarterly, First Published April 19, 2021. Abstract and references and here.
Newhouse, Alex. “The Threat Is the Network: The Multi-Node Structure of Neo-Fascist Accelerationism.” CTC Sentinel (Combating Terrorism Center at West Point) 14.5 (June 2021): 17-25. Full text and here.
Newth, George. “Populism and Nativism in Contemporary Regionalist and Nationalist Politics: A Minimalist Framework for Ideologically Opposed Parties.” Politics, First Published March 12, 2021. Full text and here.
Nivette, Amy, Lea Echelmeyer, Frank Weerman, Manuel Eisner, and Denis Ribeaud. “Understanding Changes in Violent Extremist Attitudes During the Transition to Early Adulthood.” Journal of Quantitative Criminology, Published: 8 July 2021. Full text and here.
Norris, Pippa. “Cancel Culture: Myth or Reality?” Political Studies, First Published August 11, 2021. Abstract and references.
Nouri, Lella, Nuria Lorenzo-Dus, and Amy-Louise Watkin. “Impacts of Radical Right Groups’ Movements across Social Media Platforms – A Case Study of Changes to Britain First’s Visual Strategy in Its Removal from Facebook to Gab.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Published online: 4 Mar. 2021. Examining the visual strategy of the U.K. radical right group Britain First as they were removed from Facebook and migrated to Gab, a less regulated platform. Abstract, funding, and notes.
Nygaard, Silje. “On the Mainstream/Alternative Continuum: Mainstream Media Reactions to Right-Wing Alternative News Media.” Digital Journalism, Published online: 10 Mar. 2021. Abstract.
Obermaier, Magdalena, Desirée Schmuck, and Muniba Saleem. “I’ll Be There for You? Effects of Islamophobic Online Hate Speech and Counter Speech on Muslim in-Group Bystanders’ Intention to Intervene.” New Media & Society, First Published August 28, 2021. Full text and here.
O’Donnell, S. Jonathon. “Antisemitism under Erasure: Christian Zionist Anti-Globalism and the Refusal of Cohabitation.” Ethnic and Racial Studies 44.1 (Jan. 2021): 39-57. Abstract and funding.
Orey, Byron D’Andra, Najja Baptist, and Valeria Sinclair-Chapman. “Racial Identity and Emotional Responses to Confederate Symbols.” Social Science Quarterly, First published: 24 August 2021. Abstract.
Otjes, Simon. “The Fight on the Right: What Drives Voting for the Dutch Freedom Party and for the Forum for Democracy?” Acta Politica 56.1 (Jan. 2021): 130-162. Abstract, notes, and references.
Ortiz Barquero, Pablo, Antonia María Ruiz Jiménez, and Manuel Tomás González-Fernández. “Ideological Voting for Radical Right Parties in Europe.” Acta Politica, Published: 6 August 2021. Full text and here.
Paasch-Colberg, Sünje, Christian Strippel, Joachim Trebbe, and Martin Emmer. “From Insult to Hate Speech: Mapping Offensive Language in German User Comments on Immigration.” Media and Communication 9.1 (Feb. 2021): 171-180. A text annotation study of 5,031 user comments on the topic of immigration and refuge posted in March 2019 on three German news sites, four Facebook pages, 13 YouTube channels, and one right-wing blog. Full text and here.
Palmer, Lucia M. “Saving Whiteness: Spectacular Violence and the Politics of White Supremacist Patriarchy.” Feminist Media Studies, Published online: 12 Feb. 2021. Abstract.
Parker, Sébastien, and John Veugelers. “Both Roads Lead to Rome: Activist Commitment and the Identity-Structure Nexus in CasaPound.” Social Movement Studies, Published online: 6 June 2021. Abstract.
“Patriarchy and Populism During the COVID-19 Pandemic” [special issue]: Frontiers in Sociology: Gender, Sex and Sexualities, 6 August 2021. Contents: Carol C. Gould, Editorial: Patriarchy and Populism During the COVID-19 Pandemic, art. 722393, full text and here — Lorna Bracewell, Gender, Populism, and the QAnon Conspiracy Movement, art. 615727, full text and here — Nancy J. Hirschmann, Populism and Protest, art. 619235, full text and here — Nancy S. Love, Shield Maidens, Fashy Femmes, and TradWives: Feminism, Patriarchy, and Right-Wing Populism, Frontiers in Sociology, art. 619572, full text and here — Brooke A. Ackerly, Populism, ‘Anti’ Ideologies, and Feminist Coalitions, art. 620065, full text and here — Eileen Hunt Botting, Predicting the Patriarchal Politics of Pandemics From Mary Shelley to COVID-19, art. 624909, full text and here — Julie Mostov, Populism Is Always Gendered and Dangerous, art. 625385, full text and here.
Paul, Joshua. “‘Because for Us, as Europeans, It Is Only Normal Again When We Are Great Again’: Metapolitical Whiteness and the Normalization of White Supremacist Discourse in the Wake of Trump.” Ethnic and Racial Studies, Published online: 17 May 2021. Abstract.
Payne, Jenny Gunnarsson, and Sofie Tornhill. “The Enemy’s Enemy: Feminism at the Crossroads of Neoliberal Co-Optation and Anti-Gender Conservatism.” Journal of Political Ideologies, Published online: 6 May 2021. An empirical analysis of the Canadian-based anti-gender web-portal LifeSite, an ultra-conservative forum founded in 1997 by the Canadian anti-abortion campaign the Campaign Life Coalition, as well as the LifeSite-sponsored English translation of The Global Sexual Revolution; Destruction of Freedom in the Name of Freedom (Kettering OH: Angelico Press, 2015), a seminal book authored by German anti-gender intellectual Gabriele Kuby. Full text and here.
Peresman, Adam, Royce Carroll, and Hanna Bäck. “Authoritarianism and Immigration Attitudes in the UK.” Political Studies, First Published August 12, 2021. Finding that right-wing authoritarianism is a much stronger predictor of immigration attitudes than other attributes. Full text and here and here. Supplemental Material.
Perry, Samuel L., Joseph O. Baker, and Joshua B. Grubbs. “Ignorance or Culture War? Christian Nationalism and Scientific Illiteracy.” Public Understanding of Science, First Published April 15, 2021. Abstract and references.
Peucker, Mario, Peter Lentini, Debra Smith, and Muhammad Iqbal. “‘Our Diggers Would Turn in Their Graves’: Nostalgia and Civil Religion in Australia’s Far-Right.” Australian Journal of Political Science, Published online: 3 June 2021. On unconditional glorification of the Australian New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) in far-right messaging online as a benchmark of acceptance, often linked to anti-Muslim messaging and sometimes embedded in a White supremacy agenda. Abstract and funding.
Pfaffendorf, Jessica, Andrew P. Davis, and Alexander B. Kinney. “Masculinity, Ritual, and Racialized Status Threat: Examining Mass Shooter Manifestos Using Structural Topic Models.” Sociological Inquiry, First published: 10 January 2021. Abstract.
“Philosophy and the Far Right” [special issue]: Thesis Eleven 163.1 (April 2021). Contents: Introduction: A disturbance of vision on the Capitol: Philosophy and the Far-Right – Towards an interdisciplinary inquiry, by Matthew Sharpe, 5-28, first page — Dangerous minds in dangerous times, by Ronald Beiner, 29-42, full text and here — The Alt-Right’s continuation of the ‘cultural war’ in Euro-American societies, by Tamir Bar-On, 43-70, abstract and references — Golden calf: Deleuze’s Nietzsche in the time of Trump, by Matthew Sharpe, 71-88, abstract and references — The Frankfurt School and the authoritarian personality: Balance sheet of an insight, by Geoff Boucher, 89-102, abstract and references — Political philosophy and Australian far-right media: A critical discourse analysis of The Unshackled and XYZ, by Imogen Richards, Maria Rae, Matteo Vergani, and Callum Jones, 103-130, full text and here — reviews of Roger Eatwell and Matthew Goodwin, National Populism: The Revolt Against Liberal Democracy, and Marco Revelli, The New Populism: Democracy Stares into the Abyss, by Chamsy el-Ojeili, 131-136, first page.
Piatkowska, Sylwia J., and Brian J. Stults. “Brexit, Terrorist Attacks, and Hate Crime: A Longitudinal Analysis.” Social Problems, Published: 20 May 2021. Abstract.
Pilkington, Hilary. “Why Should We Care What Extremists Think? The Contribution of Emic Perspectives to Understanding the ‘Right-Wing Extremist’ Mind-Set.” Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, First Published September 13, 2021. Full text and here and here.
Pirro, Andrea L. P., Elena Pavan, Adam Fagan, and David Gazsi. “Close Ever, Distant Never? Integrating Protest Event and Social Network Approaches into the Transformation of the Hungarian Far Right.” Party Politics 27.1 (Jan. 2021): 22-34. Abstract and references.
Poyet, Corentin, and Tapio Raunio. “Confrontational but Respecting the Rules: The Minor Impact of the Finns Party on Legislative-Executive Relations.” Parliamentary Affairs 74.4 (Oct. 2021): 819-834. Full text and here and here and here and here.
Preston, Kayla, Michael Halpin, and Finlay Maguire. “The Black Pill: New Technology and the Male Supremacy of Involuntarily Celibate Men.” Men and Masculinities, First Published May 18, 2021. Full text and here.
Prieto Rudolphy, Marcela. “Right-Wing Populism, the Reasonable, and the Limits of Ideal Theory: A Reply to Gila Stopler.” International Journal of Constitutional Law, Published: 14 May 2021. Abstract.
Py, Fabio. “The Current Political Path of an Ultra-Catholic Agent of Brazilian Christofacism Father Paulo Ricardo.” International Journal of Latin American Religions, Published: 30 August 2021. Full text and here and here and here.
Pyrhönen, Niko, Gwenaëlle Bauvois, and Saga Rosenström. “Soldiers of Odin as Peril or Protection? Hybrid Mediatization of Oppositional Framings on Anti-Immigration Responses to the ‘Refugee Crisis.’” Nordiques 40 (May 2021). Full text and here and here.
Ramos, Miguel R., Sandy Schumann, and Miles Hewstone. “The Role of Short-Term and Longer Term Immigration Trends on Voting for Populist Radical Right Parties in Europe.” Social Psychological and Personality Science, First Published September 14, 2021. Full text and here and here.
Randy, D., and N. Vera. “Analyzing the Ideology of Fox News Channel in Constructing Christchurch Mass Shooting.” Proceedings of the 1st Paris Van Java International Seminar on Health, Economics, Social Science and Humanities (PVJ-ISHESSH 2020). Atlantis Press, 2021. 578-582. Full text.
Rathgeb, Philip. “Makers against Takers: The Socio-Economic Ideology and Policy of the Austrian Freedom Party.” West European Politics 44.3 (Apr. 2021): 635-660. Abstract and funding.
Rathgeb, Philip, and Marius R. Busemeyer. “How to Study the Populist Radical Right and the Welfare State?” West European Politics, Published online: 29 June 2021. Full text and here and here and here.
Rathgeb, Philip, and Michael B. Klitgaard. “Protagonists or Consenters: Radical Right Parties and Attacks on Trade Unions.” Journal of European Public Policy, Published online: 5 May 2021. A comparative analysis of the strategies of the Austrian Freedom Party (FPÖ) and the Danish People’s Party (DF) toward the corporatist regulation of social policies and labour market programs. Full text and here and here and here.
Ravndal, Jacob Aasland. “From Bombs to Books, and Back Again? Mapping Strategies of Right-Wing Revolutionary Resistance.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Published online: 5 Apr. 2021. On the metapolitical turn in the 2000s and early 2010s, when metapolitics became a preferred strategy of right-wing revolutionary resistance for many right-wing revolutionaries. Full text and here and here.
“Reactionary Politics and Resentful Affect in Populist Times” [special issue]: Politics and Governance 9.3 (Aug. 2021). Contents: Reactionary Politics and Resentful Affect in Populist Times, by Tereza Capelos, Stavroula Chrona, Mikko Salmela and Cristiano Bee, 186-190, full text and here — Ressentiment: A Complex Emotion or an Emotional Mechanism of Psychic Defences? by Mikko Salmela and Tereza Capelos, 191-203, full text and here — Islamist and Nativist Reactionary Radicalisation in Europe, by Ayhan Kaya, 204-214, full text and here — Reimagining the Medieval: The Utility of Ethnonational Symbols for Reactionary Transnational Social Movements, by Matthew Godwin and Elisabeth Trischler, 215-226, full text and here — Double Ressentiment: The Political Communication of Kulturkampf in Hungary, by Balázs Kiss, 227-236, full text and here — Resentment and Coping With the Democratic Dilemma, by Karen Celis, Louise Knops, Virginie Van Ingelgom and Soetkin Verhaegen, 237-247, full text and here — Angry Reactionary Narcissists? Anger Activates the Link Between Narcissism and Right-Populist Party Support, by Sabrina Jasmin Mayer and Christoph Giang Nguyen, 248-259, full text and here — Political Reactionism as Affective Practice: UKIP Supporters and Non-Voters in Pre-Brexit England, by Gavin Brent Sullivan, 260-273, full text and here — Perceptions, Resentment, Economic Distress, and Support for Right-Wing Populist Parties in Europe, by Diogo Ferrari, 274-287, full text and here — Feeling Left Behind by Political Decisionmakers: Anti-Establishment Sentiment in Contemporary Democracies, by Luigi Droste, 288-300, full text and here — Post-Truth Politics, Digital Media, and the Politicization of the Global Compact for Migration, by Maximilian Conrad, 301-311, full text and here.
Repetto, Eric. “So Far, Yet So Close: Italian Parties’ Immigration Discourses During the Gentiloni and the First Conte Governments.” Interdisciplinary Political Studies 7.1 (Oct. 2021): 199-239. Comparing the immigration discourses of three Italian parties (League, Five Star Movement and Democratic Party) under the Gentiloni and first Conte governments (2016-2019). Full text and here.
Reuterswärd, Camilla. “Pro-Life and Feminist Mobilization in the Struggle over Abortion in Mexico: Church Networks, Elite Alliances, and Partisan Context.” Latin American Politics and Society, Published online: 6 August 2021. Abstract and references.
Ribeiro Da Silva Taborda Ramos, Miguel Rui, Sandy Schumann, and Miles Hewstone. “The role of short-term and longer-term immigration trends on voting for populist radical right parties in Europe.” Social Psychological and Personality Science, Accepted/In press, 2 Aug. 2021. Full text.
Rickardsson, Jonna. “The Urban–Rural Divide in Radical Right Populist Support: The Role of Resident’s Characteristics, Urbanization Trends and Public Service Supply.” The Annals of Regional Science, Published: 12 February 2021. Full text and here.
Riera, Pedro, and Marco Pastor. “Cordons Sanitaires or Tainted Coalitions? The Electoral Consequences of Populist Participation in Government.” Party Politics, First Published June 30, 2021. Abstract and references.
Rinaldi, Chiara, and Marleen PM Bekker. “Bridging the Gap Between Public Health and Political Science to Study the Populist Radical Right in Its Multiple Manifestations: A Response to Recent Commentaries.” International Journal of Health Policy and Management, Available Online from 26 June 2021. Full text.
Robinson, Nick, and Joe Whittaker. “Playing for Hate? Extremism, Terrorism, and Videogames.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Published online: 11 Jan. 2021. Abstract, funding, and notes.
Rodríguez-Teruel, Juan. “Polarisation and Electoral Realignment: The Case of the Right-Wing Parties in Spain.” South European Society and Politics, Published online: 8 Apr. 2021. Abstract. Supplemental data.
Rone, Julia. “Far Right Alternative News Media as ‘Indignation Mobilization Mechanisms’: How the Far Right Opposed the Global Compact for Migration.” Information, Communication & Society, Published online: 7 Jan. 2021. Abstract.
Rose, Miss Menna, and John Morrison. “An Exploratory Analysis of Leakage Warning Behavior in Lone-Actor Terrorists.” Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression, Published online: 17 Mar. 2021. Abstract.
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 26.1 (Jan. 2021): 188-209. Full text and here.
Rottweiler, Bettina, Paul Gill, and Noémie Bouhana. “Individual and Environmental Explanations for Violent Extremist Intentions: A German Nationally Representative Survey Study.” Justice Quarterly, Published online: 15 Jan. 2021. Abstract and funding.
Rudolph, Lukas, and Markus Wagner. “Europe’s Migration Crisis: Local Contact and out-Group Hostility.” European Journal of Political Research, First published: 16 April 2021. Full text and here and here and here.
Ruisch, Benjamin Coe, Courtney Moore, Javier Granados Samayoa, Shelby Boggs, Jesse Ladanyi, and Russell Fazio. “Examining the Left-Right Divide Through the Lens of a Global Crisis: Ideological Differences and Their Implications for Responses to the COVID-19 Pandemic.” Political Psychology, First published: 5 May 2021. Full text and here and here and here.
Ruud, Arild Engelsen, and Mubashar Hasan. “Radical Right Islamists in Bangladesh: A Counter-Intuitive Argument.” South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies, Published online: 24 Jan. 2021. Abstract.
Satherley, Nicole, Kumar Yogeeswaran, Danny Osborne, Sadi Shanaah, and Chris G. Sibley. “Investigating the Effects of Right-Wing Terrorism on Government Satisfaction: A Time Course Analysis of the 2019 Christchurch Terror Attack.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Published online: 22 Apr. 2021. Abstract and funding.
Sawyer, Logan, III. “Originalism from the Soft Southern Strategy to the New Right: The Constitutional Politics of Sam Ervin Jr.” Journal of Policy History 33.1 (Jan. 2021): 32-59. Full text.
Schlegel, Linda. “Storytelling against extremism: How fiction could increase the persuasive impact of counter- and alternative narratives in P/CVE.” Journal for Deradicalization 27 (Summer 2021): 193-237. Full text and here.
Schneider, Zak. “The Growing Popularity of the Radical Right: Comparing Institutional, Societal and Historical Explanations in the United States and France.” Inquiries Journal 13.4 (2021). Full text.
Schulte-Cloos, Julia, and Arndt Leininger. “Electoral Participation, Political Disaffection, and the Rise of the Populist Radical Right.” Party Politics, First Published January 20, 2021. Full text and here.
Schumann, Sandy, Diana Boer, Katja Hanke, and James Liu. “Social Media Use and Support for Populist Radical Right Parties: Assessing Exposure and Selection Effects in a Two-Wave Panel Study.” Information, Communication & Society 24.7 (May 2021): 921-940. Full text and here and here. Supplemental Materials.
Schwartz, Matthias. “Servants of the People: Populism, Nationalism, State-Building, and Virtual Reality in Contemporary Ukraine.” Telos 195 (June 2021): 65-81. Excerpt.
Schwörer, Jakob, and Belén Fernández-García. “Demonisation of Political Discourses? How Mainstream Parties Talk about the Populist Radical Right.” West European Politics 44.7 (Nov. 2021): 1401-1424. Full text and here and here.
Scrivens, Ryan, Amanda Isabel Osuna, Steven M. Chermak, Michael A. Whitney, and Richard Frank. “Examining Online Indicators of Extremism in Violent Right-Wing Extremist Forums.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Published online: 6 May 2021. Full text.
Scrivens, Ryan, Thomas W. Wojciechowski, Joshua D. Freilich, Steven M. Chermak, and Richard Frank. “Comparing the Online Posting Behaviors of Violent and Non-Violent Right-Wing Extremists.” Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 8 Mar. 2021. Abstract.
Sengul, Kurt. “‘It’s OK to Be White’: The Discursive Construction of Victimhood, ‘Anti-White Racism’ and Calculated Ambivalence in Australia.” Critical Discourse Studies, Published online: 4 May 2021. Examining the ‘It’s OK to be White’ Senate motion made by Australian far-right politician Pauline Hanson in 2018. Abstract.
Senninger, Roman, Daniel Bischof, and Lawrence Ezrow. “How Transnational Party Alliances Influence National Parties’ Policies.” Political Science Research and Methods, Published online: 14 January 2021. Full text.
Shanaah, Sadi, Kumar Yogeeswaran, Lara Greaves, Joseph A. Bulbulia, Danny Osborne, M. Usman Afzali, and Chris G. Sibley. “Hate Begets Warmth? The Impact of an Anti-Muslim Terrorist Attack on Public Attitudes toward Muslims.” Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 9 Mar. 2021. Examining the impact of the 15th March 2019 far-right terrorist attack against Muslims in Christchurch, New Zealand, on public opinion toward Muslims. Abstract and funding. Supplementary material.
Shehaj, Albana, Adrian J. Shin, and Ronald Inglehart. “Immigration and Right-Wing Populism: An Origin Story.” Party Politics 27.2 (Mar. 2021): 282-293. Abstract and references.
Shitrit, Lihi Ben, Julia Elad-Strenger, and Siven Hirsch Hoefler. “‘Pinkwashing’ the Radical-Right: Gender and the Mainstreaming of Radical-Right Policies and Actions.” European Journal of Political Research, First published: 8 March 2021. Abstract. Supporting Information.
Shodiya-Zeumault, Shola, Cirleen DeBlaere, Michelle Aiello, Iman A. Said, and Don E. Davis. “Responses to the Unite the Right Rally: Perceptions, Stress, and the Moderating Role of Interpersonal Proximity.” Race and Social Problems, Published: 3 March 2021. Abstract, notes, and references.
Siapera, Eugenia, and Lambrini Papadopoulou. “Hate as a ‘Hook’: The Political and Affective Economy of ‘Hate Journalism.’” Journalism, First Published January 10, 2021. On ‘hate journalism’, a term describing a new kind of journalism that emerged in Greece during the debt crisis years and is ideologically close to neo-fascist, and ethnonationalist political positions. Abstract and references.
Siegel, Alexandra A., Evgenii Nikitin, Pablo Barberá, Joanna Sterling, Bethany Pullen, Richard Bonneau, Jonathan Nagler, and Joshua A. Tucker. “Trumping Hate on Twitter? Online Hate Speech in the 2016 U.S. Election Campaign and Its Aftermath.” Quarterly Journal of Political Science 16.1 (Jan. 2021): 71-104. Abstract.
Silva, Bruno Castanho, 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 115.1 (Feb. 2021) 316-322. Finding that the radical right benefits more from malicious bots than other party families. Abstract and references. Dataset.
Sipitanos, Konstantinos. “Raising Awareness against Fake News to Protect Democracy: The Myth of Islamophobia in Trump’s Speech.” Social Semiotics, Published online: 26 May 2021. Abstract.
Solheim, Øyvind Bugge, and Anders Ravik Jupskås. “Consensus or Conflict? A Survey Analysis of How Norwegians Interpret the July 22, 2011 Attacks a Decade Later.” Perspectives on Terrorism 15.3 (June 2021): 109-131. Full text.
Sørensen, Knut Mellingsæter, and Berit Johnsen. “Prison Officers’ Coping Strategies in a High-Profile Critical Situation: Imprisonment after the 2011 Terrorist Attacks in Norway.” Incarceration 2.1 (Mar. 2021). Abstract and references.
“Special Issue: Nationalisms and Racisms on Digital Media”: Television & New Media 22.2 (Feb. 2021). Contents: Shifting Formations, Formative Infrastructures: Nationalisms and Racisms in Media Circulation, by Gavan Titley, Kaarina Nikunen, and Mervi Pantti, 103-111, full text and here — Governing Hate: Facebook and Digital Racism, by Eugenia Siapera and Paloma Viejo-Otero, 112-130, full text and here — Spectacularized and Branded Digital (Re)presentations of Black People and Blackness, by Francesca Sobande; 131-146, full text and here — On Frogs, Monkeys, and Execution Memes: Exploring the Humor-Hate Nexus at the Intersection of Neo-Nazi and Alt-Right Movements in Sweden, by Tina Askanius; 147-165, full text and here — Affective Practice of Soldiering: How Sharing Images Is Used to Spread Extremist and Racist Ethos on Soldiers of Odin Facebook Site, by Kaarina Nikunen; 166-185, full text and here — When is the “Racist” Designation Truly Applicable? News Media’s Contribution to the Debatability of Racism, by Danielle K. Kilgo, 186-204, full text and here — Racism, Hate Speech, and Social Media: A Systematic Review and Critique, by Ariadna Matamoros-Fernández and Johan Farkas, 205-224, full text and here.
Special Issue: Voting and the rise of populism: Spatial perspectives and applications across Europe: Regional Science Policy & Practice 13.2 (April 2021). Contents: Eveline S. van Leeuwen and Solmaria Halleck Vega, “Voting and the Rise of Populism: Spatial Perspectives and Applications across Europe,” 209-219, full text and here and here and here — Štefan Rehák, Oliver Rafaj, and Tomáš Černěnko, “EU Integration, Regional Development Problems and the Rise of the New Radical Right in Slovakia,”303-321, abstract — Pinar Deniz, Burhan Can Karahasan, and Mehmet Pinar, “Determinants of Regional Distribution of AKP Votes: Analysis of Post-2002 Parliamentary Elections,” 323-352, abstract — Panagiotis Artelaris and George Mavrommatis, “The Role of Economic and Cultural Changes in the Rise of Far-Right in Greece: A Regional Analysis,” 353-369, abstract — Dante Di Matteo and Ilaria Mariotti, “Italian Discontent and Right-Wing Populism: Determinants, Geographies, Patterns,” 371-396, abstract — Alessandra Faggian, Marco Modica, Félix Modrego, and Giulia Urso, “One Country, Two Populist Parties: Voting Patterns of the 2018 Italian Elections and Their Determinants,” 397-413 [on “Lega” and “Movimento 5 Stelle” (M5S)], abstract.
St. Louis, Brett. “Post-Millennial Local Whiteness: Racialism, White Dis/Advantage and the Denial of Racism.” Ethnic and Racial Studies 44.3 (Feb. 2021): 355-373. Abstract.
Stecula, Dominik A., and Mark Pickup. “How Populism and Conservative Media Fuel Conspiracy Beliefs about COVID-19 and What It Means for COVID-19 Behaviors.” Research & Politics 8.1 (Jan. 2021), art. 2053168021993979. Finding that COVID-19 conspiracy theories are driven not only by Americans on the far right but also by populists independent of ideology or partisanship. Full text and here.
Stephens, William, and Stijn Sieckelinck. “Resiliences to Radicalization: Four Key Perspectives.” International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice 66 (Sept. 2021), art. 100486. Full text and here and here.
Stopler, Gila. “The Personal Is Political: The Feminist Critique of Liberalism and the Challenge of Right-Wing Populism.” International Journal of Constitutional Law, Published: 8 May 2021. Abstract.
Strother, Logan. “Racism and Pride in Attitudes toward Confederate Symbols.” Sociology Compass, First published: 9 April 2021. Abstract.
Sweeney, Matthew M., Joselyne L. Chenane, and Arie Perliger. “The Role of Demographic Diversification of the Police Force in Curbing Hate Crimes: Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal Analyses.” Police Practice and Research, Published online: 20 Apr. 2021. Arguing that police diversity can help reduce hate crimes, particularly in urban districts. Abstract.
Szenes, Eszter. “Neo-Nazi environmentalism: The linguistic construction of ecofascism in a Nordic Resistance Movement manifesto.” Journal for Deradicalization 27 (Summer 2021): 146-192. Full text and here.
Terbeek, Calvin. “‘Clocks Must Always Be Turned Back’: Brown v. Board of Education and the Racial Origins of Constitutional Originalism.” American Political Science Review, Published online: 16 March 2021. Full text and here and here.
Thompson, Jack, and George Hawley. “Does the Alt-Right Still Matter? An Examination of Alt-Right Influence between 2016 and 2018.” Nations and Nationalism, First published: 8 July 2021. Full text and here and here and here.
Tilles, Daniel. “British Interwar Fascism and Anti-fascism.” The Palgrave Handbook of Britain and the Holocaust. Edited by Tom Lawson and Andy Pearce. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2021. 37-56. Chapter abstract.
Tobin, Robert Deam. “The Evolian Imagination: Gender, Race, and Class from Fascism to the New Right.” The Journal of Holocaust Research 35.2 (Apr. 2021): 75-90. Abstract.
Tolsma, Jochem, Joran Laméris, and Michael Savelkoul. “Exposure to Asylum Seekers and Changing Support for the Radical Right: A Natural Experiment in the Netherlands.” PLoS ONE 16.2 (Feb. 2021), art. e0245644. Full text and here. Replication package.
Turner, Noah D., Steven M. Chermak, and Joshua D. Freilich. “An Empirical Examination on the Severity of Lone-Actor Terrorist Attacks.” Crime & Delinquency, First Published June 10, 2021. Abstract and references.
Urbatsch, R. “Rightward Leanings and Nonstandard Party-Position Perceptions.” Political Research Quarterly 74.1 (Mar. 2021): 166-181. Abstract and references.
Üzümçeker, Emir, and Serap Akfirat. “Muslims’ Desire for Intergroup Revenge in the Aftermath of the Christchurch Attack: The Predictive Roles of Ingroup Identification, Perceived Intergroup Threat and the Norm of Reciprocity.” Current Research in Social Psychology 29 (January 2021): 21-30. Full text and here.
Valentim, Vicente. “Parliamentary Representation and the Normalization of Radical Right Support.” Comparative Political Studies, First Published March 16, 2021. Abstract and references.
Valentim, Vicente, and Tobias Widmann. “Does Radical-Right Success Make the Political Debate More Negative? Evidence from Emotional Rhetoric in German State Parliaments.” Political Behavior, Published: 24 March 2021. Full text and here and here.
van den Broeke, Leon, and Katharina Kunter. “Religion, Populism and Politics: The Notion of Religion in Election Manifestos of Populist and Nationalist Parties in Germany and The Netherlands.” Religions 12.3 (Mar. 2021), art. 178. Investigating how the notion of religion is included in the election manifestos of three Dutch populist and nationalist parties (the LPF (Lijst Pim Fortuyn), PVV (Party for Freedom, Geert Wilders), and FvD (Forum for Democracy, Thierry Baudet)) and one German populist and nationalist party (the Alternative for Germany (AfD)), and what this inclusion reveals about the connection between religion and populist parties. Full text and here and here and here.
van der Brug, Wouter, and Eelco Harteveld. “The Conditional Effects of the Refugee Crisis on Immigration Attitudes and Nationalism.” European Union Politics 22.2 (June 2021): 227-247. Full text and here.
van der Linden, Sander, Costas Panagopoulos, Flávio Azevedo, and John T. Jost. “The Paranoid Style in American Politics Revisited: An Ideological Asymmetry in Conspiratorial Thinking.” Political Psychology 42.1 (February 2021): 23-51. Full text and here and here and here.
van Kessel, Stijn, 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 44.3 (Apr. 2021): 585-610. Full text and here and here.
Varshney, Ashutosh, Srikrishna Ayyangar, and Siddharth Swaminathan. “Populism and Hindu Nationalism in India.” Studies in Comparative International Development 56.2 ( June 2021): 197-222. Full text and here.
Vasilopoulos, Pavlos, Haley McAvay, and Sylvain Brouard. “Residential Context and Voting for the Far Right: The Impact of Immigration and Unemployment on the 2017 French Presidential Election.” Political Behavior, Published: 3 February 2021. Full text and here.
Velásquez, N., R. Leahy, N. Johnson Restrepo, Y. Lupu, R. Sear, N. Gabriel, O. K. Jha, B. Goldberg & N. F. Johnson. “Online Hate Network Spreads Malicious COVID-19 Content Outside the Control of Individual Social Media Platforms.” Scientific Reports 11.1 (June 2021), art. 11549. Full text and here.
Vergani, Matteo, Dan Goodhardt, Rouven Link, Amy Adamczyk, Joshua D. Freilich, and Steven Chermak. “When and How Does Anti-Semitism Occur? The Different Trigger Mechanisms Associated with Different Types of Criminal and Non-Criminal Hate Incidents.” Deviant Behavior, Published online: 6 Sept. 2021. Finding a significant increase in both criminal and non-criminal anti-Semitic incidents after the establishment of the neo-nazi group Antipodean Resistance. Abstract.
Verhoeven, Timothy. “‘I Am Not a Religious Crackpot’: School Prayer, the Becker Amendment, and Grassroots Mobilization in 1960s America.” Journal of Social History, Published: 3 June 2021. Abstract.
Vidgen, Bertie, Taha Yasseri, and Helen Margetts. “Islamophobes Are Not All the Same! A Study of Far Right Actors on Twitter.” Journal of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism, Published online: 1 Mar. 2021. Abstract and funding. Supporting data.
Vittori, Davide. “Threat or Corrective? Assessing the Impact of Populist Parties in Government on the Qualities of Democracy: A 19-Country Comparison.” Government and Opposition, Published online: 6 July 2021. Full text and here and here.
Vlandas, Tim, and Daphne Halikiopoulou. “Welfare State Policies and Far Right Party Support: Moderating ‘insecurity Effects’ among Different Social Groups.” West European Politics, Published online: 25 Mar. 2021. Abstract.
Voda, Petr, Alena Kluknavská, and Peter Spáč. “From Trivialized Neo-Nazis to Parliament: Explaining the Electoral Success of the Extreme Right Party LSNS in Slovakia.” Problems of Post-Communism, Published online: 12 Mar. 2021. Abstract and funding.
von Klimó, Árpád. “Anticommunism and Détente: Mindszenty, the Catholic Church, and Hungarian Émigrés in West Germany, 1972.” Central European History, Published online: 30 June 2021. Abstract and notes.
Vukčević Marković, Maša, Aleksandra Nicović, and Marko Živanović. “Contextual and Psychological Predictors of Militant Extremist Mindset in Youth.” Frontiers in Psychology, First published: 10 February 2021. Full text and here and here and here and here.
Vüllers, Johannes, and Sebastian Hellmeier. “Does Counter-Mobilization Contain Right-Wing Populist Movements? Evidence from Germany.” European Journal of Political Research, First published: 24 February 2021. Full text and here.
Wajner, Daniel F. “Exploring the Foreign Policies of Populist Governments: (Latin) America First.” Journal of International Relations and Development, Published: 11 January 2021. Abstract and references.
Walsh, Maria, and Antje Gansewig. “Long-Term Experience Means Professionalization – Or Does It? An in-depth look on the Involvement of Former Extremists in German Prevention and Education.” Journal for Deradicalization 27 (Summer 2021): 108-145. Full text and here.
West, E. James. “Hunt the Wizard! Race, Immigration, and British Tabloid Coverage of David Duke’s 1978 Tour.” Contemporary British History, Published online: 4 Mar 2021. Abstract and funding.
Whiteley, Paul, Erik Larsen, Matthew Goodwin, and Harold Clarke. “Party Activism in the Populist Radical Right: The Case of the UK Independence Party.” Party Politics 27.4 (July 2021): 644-655. Full text and here.
Wilhelmsen, Fredrik. “From New Order to the Millennium of White Power: Norwegian Fascism Between Party Politics and Lone-Actor Terrorism.” Politics, Religion & Ideology, Published online: 2 Feb. 2021. Tracing the evolution of post-war fascist ideology in Norway through the post-World War II fascist parties Norsk Front (1975-1980) and Nasjonalt Folkeparti (1980-1991) and later attempts in the 1990s by the first leader of both parties, Erik Blücher. Full text and here.
Williams, D. J., Michael Arntfield, Kaleigh Schaal, and Jolene Vincent. “Wanting Sex and Willing to Kill: Examining Demographic and Cognitive Characteristics of Violent ‘Involuntary Celibates.’” Behavioral Sciences & the Law, First published: 13 April 2021. Abstract.
Williamson, Vanessa. “The Austerity Politics of White Supremacy.” Dissent 68.1 (Winter 2021): 106-114. Abstract and first page.
Windisch, Beth. “A Downward Spiral: The Role of Hegemonic Masculinity in Lone Actor Terrorism.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Published online: 28 May 2021. Abstract.
Wojczewski, Thorsten. “Conspiracy Theories, Right-Wing Populism and Foreign Policy: The Case of the Alternative for Germany.” Journal of International Relations and Development, Published: 22 May 2021. Abstract, notes, and references.
Worth, Owen. “Reasserting Hegemonic Masculinity: Women’s Leadership within the Far Right.” International Affairs 97.2 (Mar. 2021): 503-521. Abstract.
Wright, Robin. “Whiteness, Nationalism, and the U.S. Constitution: Constructing the White Nation through Legal Discourse.” Annals of the American Association of Geographers, Published online: 29 Mar. 2021. Abstract.
Xia, Weiqian. “Mediators Explaining Radical Right Voting Patterns of Christians in Europe: Attitudes toward Immigrants, Values, or Social Capital?” Social Science Research, Available online 24 April 2021. Full text and here and here.
Xiao, Xizhu, Porismita Borah, and Yan Su. “The Dangers of Blind Trust: Examining the Interplay among Social Media News Use, Misinformation Identification, and News Trust on Conspiracy Beliefs.” Public Understanding of Science, First Published March 5, 2021. Finding that people with a strong trust in information found on social media sites were more likely to believe conspiracies. Abstract and references.
Yan, Pu, Ralph Schroeder, and Sebastian Stier. “Is There a Link between Climate Change Scepticism and Populism? An Analysis of Web Tracking and Survey Data from Europe and the US.” Information, Communication & Society, Published online: 7 Jan. 2021. Abstract and funding.
Yassan, Yair. “A Question of Legitimacy: West Bank Rightwing Activists Explain Violent Clashes with the State.” Israel Affairs, Published online: 16 Apr 2021. Abstract.
Yilmaz, Ihsan, Erdoan Shipoli, and Mustafa Demir. “Authoritarian Resilience through Securitization: An Islamist Populist Party’s Co-Optation of a Secularist Far-Right Party.” Democratization, Published online: 23 Feb. 2021. On the co-optation of the secularist far-right Nationalist Action Party (MHP) by Turkey’s ruling Islamist populist Justice and Development Party (AKP). Abstract.
Zagórski, Piotr, and Andrés Santana. “Exit or Voice: Abstention and Support for Populist Radical Right Parties in Central and Eastern Europe.” Problems of Post-Communism, Published online: 15 Apr. 2021. Abstract.
Zelenkauskaite, Asta, Pihla Toivanen, Jukka Huhtamäki, and Katja Valaskivi. “Shades of Hatred Online: 4chan Duplicate Circulation Surge during Hybrid Media Events.” First Monday 26.1 (4 January 2021). Full text.
Zeller, Michael C. “Demobilising Far-Right Demonstration Campaigns: Coercive Counter-Mobilisation, State Social Control, and the Demobilisation of the Hess Gedenkmarsch Campaign.” Social Movement Studies, Published online: 16 Feb. 2021. Abstract.
Zeng, Jing, and Mike S. Schäfer. “Conceptualizing ‘Dark Platforms’. Covid-19-Related Conspiracy Theories on 8kun and Gab.” Digital Journalism, Published online: 16 June 2021. Full text and here and here.
Zhang, Chenghui. “Media Framing of Color-Blind Racism: A Content Analysis of the Charlottesville Rally.” Race and Social Problems, Published: 19 February 2021. A computer-assisted content analysis on news articles from CNN and Fox News about the “Unite the Right Rally” in Charlottesville, Virginia. Abstract and references.
Zilis, Michael A., and Xander Borne. “Defying the Supreme Court: The Impact of Overt Resistance to Landmark Legal Rulings.” Social Science Quarterly, First published: 21 January 2021. Abstract. Tables and figures.
Zmigrod, Leor, Ian W. Eisenberg, Patrick G. Bissett, Trevor W. Robbins and Russell A. Poldrack. “The Cognitive and Perceptual Correlates of Ideological Attitudes: A Data-Driven Approach.” Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 376.1822 (12 April 2021), art. 20200424. Full text and here.
Zulianello, Mattia, and Erik Gahner Larsen. “Populist Parties in European Parliament Elections: A New Dataset on Left, Right and Valence Populism from 1979 to 2019.” Electoral Studies 71 (June 2021), art. 102312. Abstract. Dataset and here.
CONFERENCE PAPERS, WORKING PAPERS, AND PREPRINTS
Afonso, Alexandre. “Correlates of Aggregate Support for the Radical Right in Portugal.” OSF Preprints, 15 Feb. 2021. Full text.
Christley, Olyvia R. “Traditional Gender Attitudes, Nativism, and Support for the Radical Right.” 2021. Forthcoming in Politics & Gender. Full text.
Hoes, Emma, jonne kamphorst, and André Krouwel. “Prominence over Proximity? The Effects of Terrorist Attacks on Party Preferences for Incumbent versus Populist Radical Right Parties.” SSRN, 18 Aug. 2021. Full text.
Hughes, Brian, Cynthia Miller-Idriss, Rachael Piltch-Loeb, Kesa White, Meili Criezis, Caleb Cain, and Elena Savoia. “Development of a Codebook of Online Anti-Vaccination Rhetoric to Manage COVID-19 Vaccine Misinformation.” MedRxiv, March 26, 2021. Full text and here and here.
McAlexander, Richard, Michael Rubin, and Rob Williams. “They’re Still There, He’s All Gone: American Fatalities in Foreign Wars and Right-Wing Radicalization at Home.” | American Government and Politics | APSA Preprints | Cambridge Open Engage, Aug. 9, 2021. Full text. Supplementary material.
Müller, Veronika. “Searching for alternative worldviews – how need thwarting, group characteristics and the social environment determine ideological extremism.” Feb. 10, 2021. Full text.
Olbrich, Eckehard, and Sven Banisch. “The Rise of Populism and the Reconfiguration of the German Political Space.” arXiv:2106.15717, July 1, 2021. Finding that the new dimension introduced by the right wing party “Alternative for Germany” (AfD) can be related to the split off of a new “cultural right” issue bundle from the previously existing center-right bundle. Full text and here.
Rocha, Camila. “The New Brazilian Right and the Public Sphere.” Working Paper No. 32, 2021. São Paulo: The Maria Sibylla Merian International Centre for Advanced Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences Conviviality-Inequality in Latin America, 2021. Full text.
Rottger, Paul, Bertram Vidgen, Dong Nguyen, Zeerak Waseem, Helen Margetts, and Janet B. Pierrehumbert. “Hatecheck: Functional Tests for Hate Speech Detection Models.” arxiv.org, 27 May 2021. Full text.
Turnbull-Dugarte, Stuart, and José Rama. “When the US far-right sneezes, the European far-right catches a cold. Quasi-experimental of electoral contagion from Spain.” OSF Preprints, 5 Mar. 2021. Full text.
Zanotti, Lisa, and Stuart J. Turnbull-Dugarte. “Surviving but not thriving: VOX and Spain in times of Covid-19.” OSF Preprints, 12 Mar. 2021. Full text.
Allchorn, William. Australian Radical Right Narratives and Counter-narratives in an Age of Terrorism. Hedayah and Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right, 22 March 2021. Full text.
Allchorn, William. From Direct Action to Terrorism: Canadian Radical Right Narratives and Counter-narratives at a Time of Volatility. Hedayah and Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right, 28 February 2021. Full text.
Allchorn, William. From Gangs to Groupuscules and Solo-Actor Terrorism: New Zealand Radical Right Narratives and Counter-narratives in the Context of the Christchurch Attack. Hedayah and Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right, 1 April 2021. Full text.
Allchorn, William. From Street-based Activism to Terrorism & Political Violence: UK Radical Right Narratives and Counter-narratives at a Time of Transition. Hedayah and Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right, 21 January 2021. Full text.
Allchorn, William. Tackling Hate in the Homeland: US Radical Right Narratives and Counter-narratives at a Time of Renewed Threat. Hedayah and Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right, 28 February 2021. Full text.
Alternative for Germany and Far-Right Networks on Telegram and Facebook. HOPE not hate, July 2021. Full text.
Anti-Defamation League. Center on Extremism (COE). White Supremacist Propaganda Spikes in 2020. March 17, 2021. Full text.
“Apple and Google Podcasts Include Militias, Qanon.” Tech Transparency Project, January 27, 2021. Full text.
Bogle, Ariel. Buying and selling extremism. New funding opportunities in the right-wing extremist online ecosystem. Policy Brief, Report No. 49/2021. International Cyber Policy Centre (ICPC), The Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI), 19 Aug 2021. Full text and here.
Broadening the GIFCT Hash-Sharing Database Taxonomy: An Assessment and Recommended Next Steps. Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism (GIFCT), July 2021. Contents: Introduction, by Nicholas J. Rasmussen and Johannah Lowin, 4 — Background: A Guide to the Taxonomy of GIFCT’s Hash-Sharing Database, by GIFCT Staff, 9 — Practical and Technical Considerations in Expanding the GIFCT Hash-Sharing Database, by Erin Saltman and Tom Thorley, 12 — Expanding the Hash-Sharing Database, by Daniel Byman and Chris Meserole, 25 — Dynamic Matrix of Extremisms and Terrorism (DMET): A Continuum Approach Towards Identifying Different Degrees of Extremisms, by Marten Risius, Kevin M. Blasiak, Susilo Wibisono, Rita Jabri-Markwell, and Winnifred Louis, 42 — A Taxonomy for the Classification of Post-Organizational Violent Extremist and Terrorist Content, by Jacob Davey, Milo Comerford, Jakob Guhl, Will Baldet, and Chloe Colliver, 78 — A Practical Taxonomy for Online Terrorist Content, by William Braniff, Matthew Feldman, Eviane Leidig, Adam Hadley, Ghayda Hassan, Ray Serrato, 102 — Taxonomy Expansion and the Global Terrorism Database: Effectively Leveraging Academic Data Collection Initiatives, by Erin Miller, 116 — Defining and Classifying Terrorist Content Online: Leveraging National Countering Violent Extremism Strategies and Action Plans, by Sara Zeiger, Farangiz Atamuradova, Denis Suljic, and Petra Regeni, 128 — Conclusion & Initial Next Steps, by GIFCT Staff, 150 — Appendix: Definitions of Terrorism & Violent Extremism, by Nayanka Paquete Perdigao, Sarah Kenny, and Aaron Tielemans, 154. Full text.
Bromell, David. After Christchurch: Hate, harm and the limits of censorship. 1. The terrorist attack on Christchurch mosques and the Christchurch Call. Working Paper 21/02. Wellington, New Zealand: Institute for Governance and Policy Studies, School of Government, Victoria University of Wellington, March 2021. Full text.
Building Resilience & Confronting Risk: A Parents & Caregivers Guide to Online Radicalization. The Southern Poverty Law Center’s Intelligence Project and American University’s Polarization and Extremism Research and Innovation Lab (PERIL), June 29, 2021. Full text and here.
Byman, Daniel L., and Mark Pitcavage. “Identifying and exploiting the weaknesses of the white supremacist movement.” Brookings, April 2021. Full text.
“Capitol Attack Was Months in the Making on Facebook.” Tech Transparency Project, January 19, 2021. Full text.
Carter, Rosie, and Chris Clarke. Fear and Hope: Wales. Identity, Politics and Belonging in Today’s Wales. London: HOPE not hate, 2021. Full text.
Center for an Informed Public, Digital Forensic Research Lab, Graphika, & Stanford Internet Observatory. The Long Fuse: Misinformation and the 2020 Election. Stanford Digital Repository: Election Integrity Partnership. v1.2.0. 2021. Full text.
Centre for Resilient and Inclusive Societies. Submission by the Centre for Resilient and Inclusive Societies (CRIS) to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security (PJCIS) Inquiry into extremist movements and radicalism in Australia. Submission 11. February 2021. Full text.
Commission for Countering Extremism. Operating. with Impunity. Hateful extremism: The need for a legal framework. February 2021. Full text.
Congressional Research Service. Domestic Terrorism and the Attack on the U.S. Capitol. January 13, 2021. Full text.
Courage Against Hate. Facebook, July 2021. Contents: Introduction, 2-4 – Research Briefings – 1. The European Far-Right in the Year of COVID-19 and Black Lives Matter: Changing Targets, Tactics and Rhetoric, by Joe Mulhall and Safya Khan-Ruf (extracts from HOPE not hate), 6-19 – 2. Recent Trends and Perspectives: COVID-19 Pandemic Increases Right-Wing Extremism and Hatred in Europe, by Matthias Quent, Christoph Richter, and Axel Salheiser (extracts from Jena Institute for Democracy and Civil Society), 20-35 – 3. ‘Join in or else die!’: Siege Culture and the Proliferation of Neo-Nazi Narratives Online, by Bethan Johnson (extracts from Center for the Analysis of the Radical Right (CARR)), 36-56 – 4. Automatic Hate Speech Detection: Challenges and Opportunities, by Lisa Kaati, Nazar Akrami, and Amendra Shrestha (extracts from Swedish Defence Research Agency and Uppsala University), 57-69 – Case Studies – 5. The Kaleidoscope of Counterspeech: From The “Silent Majority” to the “Vulnerable Observer” (extracts from #iamhere), 70-83 – 6. Galop and Community Partnership Working to Combat Hate Crime (extracts from Galop), 84-92 – 7. Redirect North America: Challenging White Supremacist Extremism on Google Search (extracts from Moonshot), 93-100 – 8. The Online Civil Courage Initiative (OCCI) (extracts from The Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD)), 101-110 – 9. Together #AgainstOnIineHate in Austria (extracts from Civil Courage and Anti-Racism Work (ZARA)), 111-118 – 10. Using AI and Advocacy-driven Counternarratives to Mitigate Online Hate (extracts from Textgain and Media Diversity Institute), 119-128. Full text.
Davey, Jacob. Gamers Who Hate: An Introduction to ISD’s Gaming and Extremism Series. 12 August 2021. The first in ISD’s Gaming and Extremism Series. London: Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD), 2021. Full text.
The Disinformation Dozen: Why Platforms must Act on Twelve Leading Online Anti-Vaxxers. The Center for Countering Digital Hate (CCDH), 24 March 2021. A new analysis of content posted or shared to social media over 812,000 times between February and March 2021. Appendix: The Disinformation Dozen: 1 Joseph Mercola. 2 Robert F. Kennedy Jr. 3 Ty & Charlene Bollinger. 4 Sherri Tenpenny. 5 Rizza Islam. 6 Rashid Buttar. 7 Erin Elizabeth. 8 Sayer Ji. 9 Kelly Brogan. 10 Christiane Northrup. 11 Ben Tapper. 12 Kevin Jenkins. Full text.
“Facebook Home to Militant ‘Patriot Party’ Movement.” Tech Transparency Project, February 2, 2021. Full text.
“Facebook’s Militia Mess.” Tech Transparency Project, March 24, 2021. Full text.
Failure to Protect: How Tech Giants Fail to Act on User Reports of Antisemitism. The Center for Countering Digital Hate (CCDH), 2021. Full text.
Federal Bureau of Investigation. Hate Crime Statistics, 2020. August 30, 2021. Full text.
Fielitz, Maik, and Reem Ahmed. It’s not funny anymore. Far-right extremists’ use of humour. Radicalisation Awareness Network (RAN), 2021. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union, 2021. Full text.
From Shitposting to Sedition Tracking and countering conspiracy theories, disinformation and violence around the 2020 US presidential election. Moonshot, January 2021. Second version.
Gallagher, Aoife, Ciaran O’Connor, Pierre Vaux, Elise Thomas, and Jacob Davey. The Extreme Right on Discord. 19 August 2021. The second briefing in ISD’s Gaming and Extremism Series. London: Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD), 2001. Full text.
Guerin, Cécile, Mario Peucker, Thomas J. Fisher, and Jacob Davey. A Snapshot of Far-Right Activity on Gab in Australia. Centre for Resilient and Inclusive Societies, May 2021. The second paper in a series analysing the interplay between far-right and far-left groups in the state of Victoria, Australia, across a range of social media platforms. Full text.
Halilović, Majda, and Nejra Veljan. Exploring Ethno-Nationalist Extremism in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Sarajevo: Atlantic Initiative, 2021. Full text.
Henshaw, Alexis. Bringing Women, Peace and Security Online: Mainstreaming Gender in Responses to Online Extremism. London: GNET – Global Network on Extremism & Technology, 29 March 2021. Full text.
“How Facebook Profits from the Insurrection.” Tech Transparency Project, January 18, 2021. Full text.
Jackson, Sam, Brandon Gorman, and Mayuko Nakatsuka. QAnon on Twitter: An Overview. Washington, D.C.: Institute for Data, Democracy & Politics, School of Media and Public Affairs, The George Washington University, March 5, 2021. Full text. Replication files.
Johnson, Bethan, and Matthew Feldman. Siege Culture After Siege: Anatomy of a Neo-Nazi Terrorist Doctrine. ICCT Research Paper, July 2021. The International Centre for Counter-Terrorism – The Hague (ICCT), 2021. Full text.
Kaldor, Sophie. Far-Right Violent Extremism as a Failure of Status: Extremist Manifestos through the Lens of Ressentiment. ICCT Research Paper, May 2021. The Hague: The International Centre for Counter-Terrorism (ICCT), 2021. Full text and here.
Khalil, Lydia. GNET Survey on the Role of Technology in Violent Extremism and the State of Research Community – Tech Industry Engagement. London: GNET – Global Network on Extremism & Technology, 5 May 2021. Full text.
Kreter, Maximilian. A Movement Between Parliamentary Politics and the Pathway to Violence and Terrorism: Germany’s Radical Right Narratives and Counter-Narratives. Hedayah and Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right, 2021. Full text.
Lubarda, Balša. Bringing Back the Golden Age: Hungarian Radical Right Narratives and Counter-Narratives in Light of Historical Revisionism. Hedayah and Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right, 29 April 2021. Full text.
Michael, Lucy. Reports of Racism in Ireland: Data from iReport.ie. – Annual Report 2020. Dublin: Irish Network Against Racism, 2021. Full text.
Miotto, Nicolò. Extreme Right Foreign Fighters: Analysis and Policy Responses for a Multifaceted Security Issue. CARR Policy Insight 2021.2. London, UK: Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right, June 2021. Full text.
New Zealand Security Intelligence Service. Combined Threat Assessment Group (CTAG). Threat Assessment. New Zealand Terrorism Threat Level Remains at MEDIUM. Issued: 1 February 2021. Full text.
Pandemic Profiteers: The Business of Anti-Vaxx. Center for Countering Digital Hate (CCDH), 2021. Mentions Mike Adams (founder of Natural News and Brighteon.com whose network of websites has amplified right-wing conspiracy theories); the blood-harvesting theory (Qanon-related conspiracy theory); General Michael Flynn (conspiracist); The Great Reset theory (right-wing conspiracy theory); Alex Jones (conspiracist and Infowars host); Mike Lindell (US election conspiracist); Sidney Powell (conspiracist); Tommy Robinson (far-right UK activist); Sherri Tenpenny (alternative health entrepreneur and anti-vaxxer who has promoted election conspiracies and far-right figures); transhumanist conspiracy theory (an alleged plot orchestrated by Bill Gates who is working toward blocking out the sun); US election fraud theory (right-wing conspiracy theory); and Lin Wood (conspiracist). Full text.
Pape, Robert A. Understanding American Domestic Terrorism: Mobilization Potential and Risk Factors of a New Threat Trajectory. Chicago Project on Security & Threats, The University of Chicago Division of the Social Sciences (UChicago CPOST), 6 Apr. 2021. Full text.
Pape, Robert A., and Keven Ruby. The Face of American Insurrection: Right-Wing Organizations Evolving into a Violent Mass Movement. Chicago Project on Security & Threats, The University of Chicago Division of the Social Sciences (UChicago CPOST), 28 Jan. 2021. Full text.
Perliger, Arie. Deciphering the Second Wave of the American Militia Movement. CARR Policy Insight Series. Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right, January 2021. Full text.
Quantifying the Q Conspiracy: A Data-Driven Approach to Understanding the Threat Posed by Qanon. The Soufan Center, April 2021. Full text.
The Radical Right and Paid-for Facebook Advertising in Germany. London: HOPE not hate, August 2021. Full text.
Right-wing extremism among the youth in Spain: current situation and perspectives. Direction: Ana García Juanatey. Research team: Lucía Miranda Leibe, Bettina Steible, Almudena Díaz Pagés, and Natalia Sueiro Monje. Instituto de la Juventud, 2021. Full text.
Ritzmann, Alexander, and Fabian Wichmann. Reporting about Violent Extremism and P/CVE Challenges for Journalists – Recommendations from Practitioners. Radicalisation Awareness Network. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union, 2021. Full text.
Rose, Hannah, and Blyth Crawford. “‘Today it’s Chauvin, Tomorrow it’ll be Another White Man’: Far-Right Reactions to the Conviction of Derek Chauvin.” ICSR Insight. ICSR, Department of War Studies, King’s College London, April 2021. Full text.
Ross, Alexander Reid. CARR Area Studies — Brazil Report. 2021. Full text.
Schlegel, Linda. The gamification of violent extremism & lessons for P/CVE. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union, 2021. Full text.
State of Hate: Far-Right Extremism in Europe 2021. Editors: Joe Mulhall and Safya Khan-Ruf. HOPE not hate, 2021. Full text.
Taylor, Michael. The Prestige Cost of Right-Wing Extremism. Center on Terrorism, Extremism, and Counterterrorism, Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey, 2021. Full text.
“This is Our House!” A Preliminary Assessment of the Capitol Hill Siege Participants. The Program on Extremism at George Washington University, March 2021. Full text.
Thomas, Elise. The Extreme Right on DLive. 26 August 2021. The third briefing in ISD’s Gaming and Extremism Series. London: Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD), 2021. Full text.
2021 Online Antisemitism Report Card. Center for Technology and Society (CTS), Anti-Defamation League, 2021. Full text.
“Understanding QAnon’s Connection to American Politics, Religion, and Media Consumption.” PRRI-IFYC, May 27, 2021. Results of a PRRI-IFYC March 2021 survey fielding three questions which asked for opinions on the following allegations of the QAnon conspiracy movement: “The government, media, and financial worlds in the U.S. are controlled by a group of Satan-worshipping pedophiles who run a global child sex trafficking operation”; “There is a storm coming soon that will sweep away the elites in power and restore the rightful leaders”; and “Because things have gotten so far off track, true American patriots may have to resort to violence in order to save our country.” Full text.
Van Sant, Kristina, Rolf Fredheim, and Gundars Bergmanis-Korats. Abuse of Power: Coordinated Online Harassment of Finnish Government Ministers. Riga: NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence, February 2021. Mentions Finns party (right-wing populist party which campaigned on a eurosceptic and anti-immigration platform); Jussi Halla-aho (Finns party leader); Suomen Perusta (the Finns Party think tank); and Totuus kiihottaa [The Truth Provokes] (book published by Suomen Perusta described as containing “cruel and disturbing” views on women). Full text.
Vaux, Pierre, Aoife Gallagher, and Jacob Davey. The Extreme Right on Steam. 12 August 2021. The first briefing in ISD’s Gaming and Extremism Series. London: Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD), 2021. Full text.
White, Jessica. A Complex Matter: Examining Reporting on Terrorism in the UK. RUSI Occasional Paper, March 2021. London: Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies (RUSI), 2021. Full text.
White Supremacist, Extremist, and Conspiracy Spread Around the Aotearoa New Zealand Elections. SMAT and Tohatoha, Apr. 19, 2021. Full text.
The Extremism and Gaming Research Network (EGRN). Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), 2021. Online launch event, 6 October 2021. Registration information. Project contacts, Aims and objectives, Publication outputs, and Network Members.
CONFERENCE AND EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMES AND ABSTRACTS
Allchorn, William. “CARR-Richmond MA in Terrorism Security, and Radical Right Extremism.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right, April 14, 2021. Programme Information.
The Institute for Research on Male Supremacism and the Berkeley Center for Right-Wing Studies. 2021 Joint Conference on Right-Wmg Studies and Research on Male Supremacism. May 10-14, 2021. Schedule.
MA in Terrorism, Security and Radical Right Extremism. Taught by Richmond in partnership with The Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right. 2020. Short Form Flyer. Long Form Flyer. Long Form Flyer (2).
“Webinar: CARR-Richmond MA in Terrorism, Security and Radical Right Extremism.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right, 2021. Announcing a webinar on 30th June 2021 at 4pm BST with Dr William Allchorn, Associate Director, Centre for the Analysis of the Radical Right (CARR) and Adam Charlton Senior Recruitment Officer, Richmond The American International University in London. Registration link.
LEGISLATION AND PROPOSED LEGISLATION
Bayer, Judit. “Germany: New law against right-wing extremism and hate crime.” Inforrm, April 24, 2021. Full text.
Fact Sheet: National Strategy for Countering Domestic Terrorism. The White House Statements and Releases, June 15, 2021. Full text.
“Federal government considering ID verification for social media accounts.” Sky News Australia, 2 April 2021. On a parliamentary inquiry into family, domestic and sexual violence, which wants it to be mandatory for 100 points of identification to be provided. Full text.
Miller, Christopher. “This Lawmaker Wants To Label Foreign White Supremacist Groups As ‘Terrorists,’ But Some Of Them No Longer Exist.” BuzzFeed News, April 14, 2021. On a proposal by Rep. Elissa Slotkin to designate 13 extremist movements as official Foreign Terrorist Organizations (FTOs), or the lesser designation of Specially Designated Global Terrorists (SDGT). Full text.
Millsaps, Micah “Terrorism: An Evolving Threat.” University of Baltimore Law Review 50.2 (2021): 336-355. Full text.
National Strategy for Countering Domestic Terrorism. Washington, D.C.: The White House and the National Security Council, June 2021. Full text.
Abramowitz, Alan. [Review of] How the Tea Party Captured the GOP: Insurgent Factions in American Politics, by Rachel M. Blum. Perspectives on Politics 19.2 (June 2021): 638-639. Full text and here and here.
Ashe, Stephen. [Review of] Global White Nationalism: From Apartheid to Trump, edited by Daniel Geary, Camilla Schofield, and Jennifer Sutton. Ethnic and Racial Studies, Published online: 7 Jan. 2021. First page.
Baumgardner, Paul. “Conservatives and the Constitution: Imagining Constitutional Restoration in the Heyday of American Liberalism. By Ken I. Kersch. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2019. 428p. 34.99 Paper.” Perspectives on Politics 19.2 (June 2021): 626-628. Full text and here and here.
Bennett, Daniel. [Review of] Separate but Faithful: The Christian Right’s Radical Struggle to Transform Law and Legal Culture, by Amanda Hollis-Brusky and Joshua C. Wilson. Perspectives on Politics 19.2 (June 2021): 650-652. Full text and here and here.
Biebricher, Thomas. [Review of] The Conservative Challenge to Globalization: Anglo-American Perspectives, by Ray Kiely. Political Theory, First Published August 11, 2021. First page.
Bleyer-Simon, Konrad. “Authoritarian values and the populism of the media.” Reviews of Cultural Backlash: Trump, Brexit, and Authoritarian Populism, by Pippa Norris and Ronald Inglehart, and Communicating Populism: Comparing Actor Perceptions, Media Coverage, and Effects on Citizens in Europe, edited by Carsten Reinemann, James Stanyer, Toril Aalberg, Frank Esser, and Claes H. de Vreese. European Journal of Communication, First Published April 14, 2021. First page.
Bugg, David. [Review of] Homegrown Hate: Why White Nationalists and Militant Islamists Are Waging War against the United States, by Sara Kamali. Ethnic and Racial Studies, Published online: 29 June 2021. First page.
Burley, Shane. [Review of] A Specter Haunting Europe: The Myth of Judeo-Bolshevism, by Paul Hanebrink. Full Stop, March 20, 2021. Full text.
Capet, Antoine. [Review of] Sybil Oldfield, The Black Book: The Britons on the Nazi Hitlist. Cercles, June 17, 2021. Full text.
Chapman, Roger. [Review of] Cry Havoc: Charlottesville and American Democracy Under Siege, by Michael Signer. Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 7 Jan. 2021
Coclanis, Peter A. [Review of] The Last Orator for the Millhands: William Jennings Bryan Dorn, 1916-2005, by Jack Roper. Journal of American History 108.2 (September 2021): 429. Abstract.
Day, Alison. [Review of] Jonathan M. Berman, Anti-Vaxxers: How to Challenge a Misinformed Movement. Social History of Medicine, Published: 16 January 2021. Abstract.
de la Hoz, Felipe. “The Ideology of the Border.” Review of Blood Red Lines: How Nativism Fuels the Right, by Brendan O’Connor. The Nation, July 1, 2021. Full text.
Dentice, Dianne. [Review of] The Golden Dawn’s ‘Nationalist Solution’: Explaining the Rise of the Far Right in Greece, by Sofia Vasilopoulou and Daphne Halikiopoulou. Terrorism and Political Violence 33.2 (Feb. 2021): 419.
Denton, Donald D. [Reviews of] ANTIFA: The Anti-Fascist Handbook, by Mark Bray, and From Fascism to Populism in History, by Federico Finchelstein. Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 8 Jan. 2021. First page.
DiSalvo, Daniel. [Review of] Rachel M. Blum, How the Tea Party Captured the GOP. The Forum 19.2 (Sept. 2021): 343-346. First page.
Dumont, Julien. [Review of] Reactionary Democracy: How Racism and the Populist Far Right Became Mainstream, by Aurelien Mondon and Aaron Winter. Social Movement Studies, Published online: 1 June 2021
Eatwell, Roger. [Review of] Reflections on the Extreme Right in Western Europe, 1990-2008, by Christopher T. Husbands. Ethnic and Racial Studies, Published online: 31 Jan. 2021. First page.
Elliott-Harvey, Charlotte. “Freedom of speech at the intersection of racist speech and online political hate speech.” Reviews of Giovanni Ziccardi, Online Political Hate Speech in Europe: The Rise of New Extremisms, and Gavan Titley, Is Free Speech Racist? European Journal of Communication, First Published April 9, 2021. First page.
el-Ojeili, Chamsy. “Book Review: Revolution Today, The New Authoritarians, Into the Tempest.” Reviews of three books, including David Renton, The New Authoritarians: Convergence on the Right. Thesis Eleven Journal, Published March 31, 2021. Full text.
Favell, Adrian. [Review of] Brexitland: Identity, Diversity and the Reshaping of British Politics, by Maria Sobolewska and Robert Ford. Ethnic and Racial Studies, Published online: 5 Jan. 2021. First page.
Feldman, Matthew. “Letter to the Editor: Matthew Feldman Responds to Peter Berard.” Los Angeles Review of Books, February 14, 2021.Responding to Peter Berard’s review of Hate in the Homeland (October 28, 2020). With a response by Peter Berard (November 12, 2020) and Feldman’s response (November 13, 2020). Full text.
Feo, Francesca. “The Populist Radical Right in the European Parliament: Between Elective Affinities and Disreputable Companies.” Review of International Populism, by Duncan McDonnell and Annike Werner. European Political Science, Published: 2 February 2021. References.
Fording, Richard C., and Sanford F. Schram. “Response to David A. M. Peterson and Mark D. Ramirez’s Review of Hard White: The Mainstreaming of Racism in American Politics.” Perspectives on Politics 19.2 (June 2021): 575-576. Full text and here and here.
Frary, Lucien. [Review of ] Fortress Russia: Conspiracy Theories in the Post-Soviet World, by Ilya Yablokov. Terrorism and Political Violence 33.4 (May 2021): 886-887
Furse, Thomas. [Review of] Geopolitical Amnesia: the Rise of the Right and the Crisis of Liberal Memory. Edited by Vibeke Schou Tjalve. Cambridge Review of International Affairs, Published online: 10 Jan. 2021. First page.
Garneau, Christopher R. H. [Review of] Taking America Back for God: Christian Nationalism in the United States, by Andrew L. Whitehead and Samuel L. Perry. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 60.2 (June 2021): 457-459
Gentile, Michael. [Review of] Fortress Russia: Conspiracy Theories in the Post-Soviet World, by Ilya Yablokov. Eurasian Geography and Economics, Published online: 17 May 2021. First page.
Germaine. “Chapter review: The New Right and Racism.” On “The New Right and Racism,” chapter 6 of Sarah Posner’s 2020 book Unholy: Why White Evangelicals Worship at the Altar of Donald Trump. Dissident Politics, August 22, 2021. Full text.
Germaine. “Chapter review part 2: The New Right and Racism.” On “The New Right and Racism,” chapter 6 of Sarah Posner’s 2020 book Unholy: Why White Evangelicals Worship at the Altar of Donald Trump. Dissident Politics, August 23, 2021. Full text.
Germaine. “Chapter review: The Origin Myths of the Christian Right.” On “The Origins Myths of the Christian Right,” chapter 5 of Sarah Posner’s 2020 book Unholy: Why White Evangelicals Worship at the Altar of Donald Trump. Dissident Politics, August 20, 2021. Full text.
Guasti, Petra. “Mosaic of the Contemporary Populist Radical Right: A Review Essay.” Review essay on The Modern State and its Enemies: Democracy, Nationalism and Antisemitism, by Samuel Salzborn. European Journal of Cultural and Political Sociology, Published online: 22 June 2021. First page.
Hall, Matthew A. [Review of] Alt-right gangs: a hazy shade of white, by Shannon E. Reid and Matthew Valasik. Ethnic and Racial Studies, Published online: 4 Feb. 2021. First page.
Heilbronner, Oded. [Review of] Philipp Nielsen, Between Heimat and Hatred: Jews and the Right in Germany, 1871-1935. The Journal of Modern History 93.3 (Sept. 2021): 726-728. First page.
Holzer, Harold. [Review of] The False Cause: Fraud, Fabrication, and White Supremacy in Confederate Memory, by Adam H. Domby. Journal of American History 108.1 (June 2021): 166. Abstract.
Hoverd, Wil. [Review of] Fascists among Us: Online Hate and the Christchurch Massacre, by Jeff Sparrow. New Zealand International Review 46.1 (Jan/Feb 2021): 27-28. Full text.
Hughey, Matthew W. [Review of] Whitelash: Unmasking White Grievance at the Ballot Box, by Terry Smith. Ethnic and Racial Studies, Published online: 29 June 2021. First page.
Husbands, Christopher T. [Review of] Failed Führers: A History of Britain’s Extreme Right, by Graham Macklin. Ethnic and Racial Studies, Published online: 12 Aug. 2021. First page.
Jackson, Sam. [Review of] The German New Right: AfD, PEGIDA and the Re-Imagining of National Identity, by Jay Julian Rosellini. Terrorism and Political Violence 33.2 (Feb. 2021): 430-431.
Jensen, Richard Bach. [Review of] Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook, by Mark Bray. Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 7 Apr. 2021
Jiménez-Yáñez, Ricardo. [Review of] Encarnación Hidalgo-Tenorio, Miguel-Ángel Benítez-Castro and Francesca De Cesare (Eds), Populist Discourse. Critical Approaches to Contemporary Politics. Discourse & Society 32.4 (July 2021): 508-509
Jurdem, Laurence R. [Review of] Getting Right with Reagan: The Struggle for True Conservatism, 1980-2016, by Marcus M Witcher. Journal of American History 108.1 (June 2021): 211-212. Abstract.
Karavasilis, Lazaros. “The Liberal Facade of the Contemporary Far Right.” Reviews of Cas Mudde, The Far Right Today, and Erik Lars Berntzen, Liberal Roots of Far Right Activism: The Anti-Islamic Movement in the 21st Century. Patterns of Prejudice, Published online: 4 Mar. 2021. First page.
Keith, LeeAnna. [Review of] The Worst Passions of Human Nature: White Supremacy in the Civil War North, by Paul D. Escott. Journal of American History 108.2 (September 2021): 379-380. Abstract.
Kirby, Dianne. [Review of] Global White Nationalism: From Apartheid to Trump, edited by Daniel Geary, Camilla Schofield, and Jennifer Sutton. European History Quarterly 51.2 (Apr. 2021): 275-277. First page.
Klikauer, Thomas, and Norman Simms. [Review of] Revenge of the Losers – the Origins of Right Wing Terrorism in Germany, by Florian Huber. Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 6 Apr. 2021. First page.
Krause, Werner. [Review of] Strategien gegen Rechtspopulismus? Der Umgang mit der AfD in Landesparlamenten, by Anna-Sophie Heinze. German Politics, Published online: 16 Apr. 2021
Kuznetsova, Eugenia. [Review of] Conspiracy Culture: Post-Soviet Paranoia and the Russian Imagination, by Keith A. Livers. Eurasian Geography and Economics, Published online: 21 Apr. 2021. First page.
Lawrance, Benjamin N. [Review of] Jacob Dlamini, The Terrorist Album: Apartheid’s Insurgents, Collaborators, and the Security Police. African Studies Review, Published online: 25 August 2021. Full text and here and here.
Leverso, John. [Review of] Alt-Right Gangs: A Hazy Shade of White, by Shannon E. Reid and Matthew Valasik. Social Forces 100.1 (Sept. 2021): e3. Abstract.
Lewis, Andrew R. [Review of] Taking America Back for God: Christian Nationalism in the United States, by Andrew L. Whitehead and Samuel L. Perry. Sociology of Religion 82.1 (Spring 2021): 111-115. Abstract.
Liburd, Liam J. “Turn Again, Fascist Studies: New Perspectives on British Fascism.” Reviews of Failed Führers: A History of Britain’s Extreme Right, by Graham Macklin; A.K. Chesterton and the Evolution of Britain’s Extreme Right, 1933-1973, by Luke LeCras; and Lost Imperium: Far Right Visions of the British Empire, by Paul Stocker. Twentieth Century British History 32.3 (September 2021): 462-466. Full text and here and here.
Livermore, Daniel. [Review of] Countering Violent Extremism and Terrorism: Assessing Domestic and International Strategies. Edited by Stéfanie von Hlatky. International Journal: Canada’s Journal of Global Policy Analysis, First Published March 9, 2021. First page.
Lutz, James M. [Review of] Transnational Fascism in the Twentieth Century: Spain, Italy and the Global Neo-Fascist Network, by Matteo Albanese and Pablo del Hierro. Terrorism and Political Violence 33.2 (Feb. 2021): 428-429.
Manchanda, Nivi. “The Lure of Racist Democracy.” A review article on Reactionary Democracy: How Racism and the Populist Far Right Became Mainstream, by Aurelien Mondon and Aaron Winter. Ethnic and Racial Studies, Published online: 22 Feb. 2021. Abstract.
Mandler, Peter. [Review of] Evan Smith, No Platform: A History of Anti-Fascism, Universities and the Limits of Free Speech. Cercles, March 23, 2021. Full text.
Matesan, Ioana Emy. [Review of] The Radical’s Journey: How German Neo-Nazis Voyaged to the Edge and Back, by Arie W. Kruglanski, David Webber, and Daniel Koehler. Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 4 May 2021
McNeill, Leila A. “Eugenic Past, Eugenic Present: On Audrey Farley’s ‘The Unfit Heiress.’” Review of The Unfit Heiress: The Tragic Life and Scandalous Sterilization of Ann Cooper Hewitt, by Audrey Clare Farley. Lady Science, April 13, 2021. Full text.
Minkenberg, Michael. [Review of] Extreme Reactions: Radical Right Mobilization in Eastern Europe, by Lenka Bustikova. European Political Science, 27 January 2021
Morris, Bob. [Review of] Alt-America: The Rise of the Radical Right in the Age of Trump, by David Neiwert. Polizeros, May 22, 2021. Full text.
Moss, Brian. [Review of] Researching the Far Right- Theory, Method and Practice, edited by Stephen D. Ashe, Joel Busher, Graham Macklin, and Aaron Winter. Social Movement Studies, Published online: 18 June 2021
Nacos, Brigitte L. [Review of] A Lot of People Are Saying: The New Conspiracism and the Assault on Democracy, by Russell Muirhead and Nancy L. Rosenblum. Political Science Quarterly 136.3 (Fall 2021): 554-556
Neiheisel, Jacob R. [Review of] Moral Victories in the Battle for Congress: Cultural Conservatism and the House GOP, by Marty Cohen. Political Science Quarterly 136.2 (Summer 2021): 379-380
Onay, Ozge. [Review of] Islamophobic Hate Crime: A Student Hand Book, by Imran Awan and Irene Zempi. Ethnic and Racial Studies, Published online: 7 Jan. 2021. First page.
Parker, Tom. [Review of] Anti-American Terrorism: From Eisenhower to Trump– A Chronicle of the Threat and Response, by Dennis Pluchinsky. Vol I: The Eisenhower through Carter Administrations. Vol II: The Reagan and George H.W. Bush Administrations. Critical Studies on Terrorism, Published online: 8 Mar. 2021. First page.
Peterson, David A. M., and David A. M. Peterson [Review of] Hard White: The Mainstreaming of Racism in American Politics, by Richard C. Fording and Sanford F. Schram. Perspectives on Politics 19.2 (June 2021): 574-575. Full text and here and here.
Pettinger, Tom. [Review of] Encountering Extremism: Theoretical Issues and Local Challenges. Edited by Alice Martini, Kieran Ford and Richard Jackson. Critical Studies on Terrorism 14.1 (Jan. 2021): 151-152.
Phelps, Christopher. [Review of] Death to Fascism: Louis Adamic’s Fight for Democracy, by John P. Enyeart. Journal of American History 108.1 (June 2021): 186-187. Abstract.
Philpot, Robert. “Holocaust denial was already taking root in Britain during WWII, says UK author.” The Times of Israel, 20 March 2021. On the new book British Fascism After the Holocaust, by Dr. Joe Mulhall, who argues that Holocaust denial in its traditional form began not in France or America, as most have argued, but actually in Britain. Mentions Einar Åberg (veteran Swedish anti-Semite and Holocaust denier); The Alternative (1947 book by Oswald Mosley); Maurice Bardèche (French fascist and Holocaust denier); Duke of Bedford (financial supporter of the British People’s party); Montgomery Belgion (British journalist); the British People’s party (BPP) (British far-right party); the Dreyfus case; David Duke (Holocaust denier and former KKK leader); Epitaph On Nuremberg (1946 book by Montgomery Belgion); René Fabre (French Holocaust denier); Failure at Nuremberg (1946 British People’s party’s pamphlet); Robert Faurisson (Holocaust denier); the Final Solution; Adolf Hitler; Imperium (book by Francis Parker Yockey); David Irving (Holocaust denier); Oswald Mosley (leader of the British Union of Fascists and founder of the Union Movement in 1948); Nuremberg or the Promised Land (1948 book by Maurice Bardèche); the Nuremberg Trials; People’s Post (BPP newspaper); Propaganda for Proper Geese (1942 pamphlet by the Duke of Bedford); Paul Rassinier (French Holocaust denier); Alexander Ratcliffe (virulent anti-Semite and founder of the Scottish Protestant League); The Truth about the Jews (1943 pamphlet by Alexander Ratcliffe); Union Movement (British far-right party); and Francis Parker Yockey (American Holocaust denier). Full text.
Prasad, Monica. [Review of] The Conservative Heartland: A Political History of the Postwar American Midwest. Edited by Jon K. Lauck and Catherine McNicol Stock. The Journal of Interdisciplinary History 51.4 (Mar. 2021): 657-658. Free online and here.
Renton, David. [Review of] Failed Führers: A History of Britain’s Extreme Right, by Graham Macklin. Cercles, February 8, 2021. Full text.
Rew, Nichola E. J. [Review of] Psychological Perspectives on Radicalization, by Allard R. Feddes, Lars Nickolson, Liesbeth Mann, and Bertjan Doosje. Critical Studies on Terrorism, Published online: 24 Feb. 2021. First page.
Rhoades, V. Jacquette. [Review of] Taking America Back for God: Christian Nationalism in the United States, by Andrew L. Whitehead and Samuel L. Perry. Reading Religion, February 10, 2021. Full text.
Richards, Owain. [Review of] The Measurement of Hate Crimes in America, by Frank S. Pezzella and Matthew D. Fetzer. The Police Journal, First Published August 13, 2021. First page.
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 32.2 (June 2021): 322-324. Abstract.
Schain, Martin A. [Review of] Neoliberal Nationalism: Immigration and the Rise of the Populist Right, by Christian Joppke. Ethnic and Racial Studies, Published online: 7 Apr. 2021. First page.
Shaffer, Ryan. “New Approaches to Post-War British Fascism.” Reviews of A.K. Chesterton and the Evolution of Britain’s Extreme Right, 1933-1973, by Luke LeCras; Never Again: Rock Against Racism and the Anti-Nazi League 1976-1982, by David Renton; and Failed Führers: A History of Britain’s Extreme Right, by Graham Macklin. Terrorism and Political Violence 33.4 (May 2021): 875-881. First page.
Shaffer, Ryan. [Review of] Farming, Fascism and Ecology: A Life of Jorian Jenks, by Philip M. Coupland. Politics, Religion & Ideology, Published online: 18 Feb. 2021
Shaffer, Ryan. [Review of] Psychological Perspectives on Radicalization, by Allard R. Feddes, Lars Nickolson, Liesbeth Mann, and Bertjan Doosje. Journal of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism, Published online: 10 Feb. 2021
Shibley, Natalie. [Review of] Contagions of Empire: Scientific Racism, Sexuality, and Black Military Workers Abroad, 1898-1948, by Khary Oronde Polk. Journal of American History 108.2 (September 2021): 394. Abstract.
Slobodchikoff, Michael O. [Review of] Contemporary Russian Conservatism: Problems, Paradoxes, and Perspectives, edited by Mikhail Suslov and Dmitry Uzlaner. Slavic Review 80.1 (2021): 168-170. First page. Third page.
Stanley, Timothy J. [Review of] The Ku Klux Klan in Canada: A Century of Promoting Racism and Hate in the Peaceable Kingdom, by Allan Bartley. Canadian Historical Review 102.3 (September 2021): 495-497. First page.
Stewart, Katherine. “Largely Overshadowed by the Election, ‘Red Pill, Blue Pill’ Transcends Standard Explanations of Conspiracy Culture Which is ‘Killing Us All.’” Review of Red Pill, Blue Pill: How to Counteract the Conspiracy Theories That Are Killing Us, by David Neiwert. Religion Dispatches, May 17, 2021. Full text.
Stow, Kenneth. [Review of] Magda Teter, Blood Libel: On the Trail of an Antisemitic Myth. The Journal of Modern History 93.3 (Sept. 2021): 672-674. First page.
Sunshine, Spencer. “Review of Failed Führers by Graham Macklin.” Review of Graham Macklin, Failed Führers: A History of Britain’s Extreme Right. ThreeWayFight, April 18, 2021. Full text.
“Symposium: Aurelien Mondon & Aaron Winter’s Reactionary Democracy”: Ethnic and Racial Studies (2021). Contents: Marta Araújo, “Notes on Racism, Democracy, and Research,” abstract — Nisha Kapoor, “Racism and the Right: A Response to Reactionary Democracy,” abstract — Nivi Manchanda, “The Lure of Racist Democracy,” abstract — Rima Saini, “(Pseudo)Intellectualism and Democratic (Il)Liberalism: On Aurelien Mondon and Aaron Winter’s ‘Reactionary Democracy,’” abstract — Aurelien Mondon and Aaron Winter, “Returning to Reactionary Democracy: reviews, responses and reflections,” full text and here and here.
Taras, Raymond. [Review of] Research Handbook on Nationalism, edited by Liah Greenfeld and Zeying Wu. Ethnic and Racial Studies, Published online: 5 Jan. 2021. First page.
Taylor, Chris. “Fascism at Future’s End.” Review essay of Fascism Today: What It Is and How to End It, by Shane Burley. Boundary 2 48.2 (May 2021): 233-247. Abstract.
Thaler, Peter. [Review of] Populism, Populists, and the Crisis of Political Parties: A Comparison of Italy, Austria, and Germany 1990-2015. Edited by Günther Pallaver, Michael Gehler, and Maurizio Cau. Austrian History Yearbook 51 (2020), Published online: 4 May 2021. First page.
Tunney, Kathleen Webb. [Review of] Aspects of the New Right-Wing Extremism, by Theodor W. Adorno, translated by Wieland Hoban. Terrorism and Political Violence 33.2 (Feb. 2021): 422-423.
van Kessel, Stijn. [Review of] Absorbing the Blow: Populist Parties and Their Impact on Parties and Party Systems, edited by Steven Wolinetz and Andrej Zaslove. Party Politics 27.1 (Jan. 2021): 205
Vasic, Slobodan. [Review of] Making Sense of the Alt-Right, by George Hawley. Nations and Nationalism 27.2 (April 2021): 597-598.
Vivian, Bradford. [Review of] The False Cause: Fraud, Fabrication, and White Supremacy in Confederate Memory, by Adam H. Domby. Memory Studies 14.1 (Feb. 2021): 115-118. First page.
Walker, Andrew T. [Review of] Taking America Back for God: Christian Nationalism in the United States, by Andrew L. Whitehead and Samuel L. Perry. Journal of Church and State 63.1 (Winter 2021): 166-168. Abstract.
Weimann, Gabriel. [Review of] Lone Wolves: The New Terrorism of Right-Wing Single Actors, by Florian Harleb. Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 4 May 2021
Westlake, Martin. [Review of] Hitler’s Cosmopolitan Bastard: Count Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi and His Vision of Europe, by Martyn Bond. European Political Science, Published: 9 July 2021
Wilson, Joshua C. [Review of] The Pro-Life Pregnancy Help Movement: Serving Women or Saving Babies? by Laura S. Hussey. Political Science Quarterly 136.2 (Summer 2021): 399-400
Woodbridge, Steven. “Fleshing out the Fuhrers: New study explores the history of Britain’s Extreme Right through six key ideologues.” Review of Failed Fuhrers: A History of Britain’s Extreme Right, by Graham Macklin. History@Kingston, May 11, 2021. Full text.
Yeager, Diane. [Review of] Taking America Back for God: Christian Nationalism in the United States, by Andrew L. Whitehead and Samuel L. Perry. Journal of Lutheran Ethics 21.4 (June/July 2021). Full text.
Banner, Adam. “A look at HBO Max’s ‘Q: Into the Storm,’ QAnon, conspiracies and sovereign citizens.” ABA Journal, April 22, 2021. On Q: Into the Storm, a new six-part series streaming on HBO Max which examines the conspiracy theory’s genesis and infancy on the website 8chan. Full text.
Marcus, Josh. “Q revealed? HBO documentary names potential leader of QAnon conspiracy.” The Independent, 16 March 2021. On a new HBO documentary, Q: Into The Storm, airing on HBO Max on 21 March, which identifies two possible figures–Jim Watkins and his son Ron–behind the massive QAnon conspiracy. Full text.
Oltermann, Philip. “New haircuts, old ideology: film warns of shifting far-right strategy in Europe.” Richard Hartley, February 28, 2021. On Je Suis Karl, a new film by German director Christian Schwochow, which imagines a ruthless and committed group of far-right activists seeking to upend Europe’s political order by using the twin strategy of infiltrating political and social institutions “through the main gate” while simultaneously carrying out false flag terror attacks to sway public opinion against Muslim minorities. Full text.
Stelter, Brian. “’Assault on Democracy’ explores the roots of January 6 and why it matters today.” CNN Business, June 20, 2021. On “Assault on Democracy: The Roots of Trump’s Insurrection,” a new CNN documentary that is premiering Sunday. Mentions Breitbart (the source from which Trump shared more articles than from any other source); the Capitol riot of January 6, 2021; InfoWars; Rush Limbaugh; Qanon; and Donald Trump. Full text.
Azar, Taraneh. “Investigating the Memes That Turned One Woman into a QAnon ‘Digital Soldier.’” Global Investigative Journalism Network, May 4, 2021. An interview with Kevin Roose on his New York Times piece exploring how QAnon “meme queen” Valerie Gilbert was radicalized online by tracking the memes she shares. Full text.
Benakis, Theodoros. “Dr. Valerio Alfonso Bruno: The similarities between Brothers of Italy and the League will coexist well after the next general elections.” European Interest, September 13, 2021. An interview with Valerio Alfonso Bruno on the rise of the Italian far-right parties the Brothers of Italy and the League. Full text.
Burley, Shane. “The Israeli Far Right. A Q&A with Scholar Cas Mudde.” Political Research Associates, July 19, 2021. An interview with Cas Mudde, author of The Far Right Today (2019) and, with Sivan Hirsch-Hoefler, The Israeli Settler Movement (2020). Full text.
Cuda, Heidi Siegmund. “End Game: Why the Council for National Policy’s Machine is a Threat to US Democracy in 2022.” Byline Times, 2 July 2021. An interview with Anne Nelson, author of Shadow Network: Media Money and the Secret Hub of the Radical Right. Mentions Steve Bannon (Trump’s former Chief Strategist); Kellyanne Conway (Trump’s former adviser); the Council for National Policy (CNP) (formed in 1981); Ted Cruz; Betsy DeVos (Trump’s former education secretary); Adolf Hitler; The NRA; the Reagan administration; the Susan B. Anthony List; Paul S. Teller (Ted Cruz’s Chief of Staff); and Donald Trump. Full text.
DeVega, Chauncey. “Terrorism expert Sara Kamali on Jan. 6, white nationalism and the rise of ‘Vanilla ISIS.'” Salon, August 2, 2021. An interview with Sara Kamali, author of the new book Homegrown Hate: Why White Nationalists and Militant Islamists Are Waging War against the United States. Full text and here.
Kapur, Sahil. “’This isn’t the final chapter’: Analyst warns, again, about rise of right-wing extremists.” NBC News, Jan. 13, 2021. An interview with Daryl Johnson, a former senior Homeland Security intelligence analyst and author of Hateland. Full text.
Lubarda, Balša. “The CARR Interview Series.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, April 5, 2021. An interview with Bàrbara Molas, CARR’s Head of Publishing and former Head of Doctoral Fellows. Full text.
Masciotra, David. “Could genocide really happen here Leading scholar says America is on ‘high alert.’” Salon, July 11, 2021. An interview with Alexander Laban Hinton, author of It Can Happen Here: White Power and the Rising Threat of Genocide in the U.S. Full text.
Mudde, Cas, and Iris Beau Segers. “The Dutch election – Far right side characters in the ‘Mark Rutte show.’” “RightNow!” blog, C-REX – Center for Research on Extremism, Mar. 22, 2021. “RightNow! Editor Iris Beau Segers interviews Professor Cas Mudde about the most striking outcomes of the election, and what this might mean for the radical right and the state of liberal democracy in the Netherlands.” Full text.
Tarico, Valerie. “How Christian nationalism invents a mythical history about America’s founders.” Alternet, July 12, 2021. An interview with Katherine Stewart, author of The Power Worshippers: Inside the Dangerous Rise of Religious Nationalism. Full text.
Abbasi, Hyder. “What’s behind far-right trend of using 3D tech to make guns?” Al Jazeera, 31 July 2021. Full text.
“The act of Vox in Vallecas, a pattern followed by other ultra formations in Europe.” Latest Breaking News, Apr. 8, 2021. Full text. A translation of Laura Cruz and Javier Biosca Azcoiti, “El acto de Vox en Vallecas, un patrón seguido por otras formaciones ultras de Europa,” elDiario.es, 8 de abril de 2021, full text.
Ahmad, Zahra. “Unchecked national security won’t stop America’s long-standing domestic terrorism threat.” mlive.com, Feb 21, 2021. Full text.
Ahmed, Nafeez. “New Government Counter-Extremism Chief’s Ties to Pro-Donald Trump Hate Groups.” Byline Times, 13 April 2021. On the appointment of Robin Simcox as the Lead Commissioner for the Government’s Commission for Countering Extremism (CCE). Mentions Steve Bannon (far-right ideologue, former Trump campaign chief, and former Breitbart News editor); Breitbart News; Anders Behring Breivik (terrorist who killed 77 people in Norway in 2011); the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) (American anti-immigrant hate group); The Clarion Project; Steven Emerson (anti-Muslim conspiracy theorist); Frontpage magazine (far-right publication of David Horowitz); Katharine Gorka (senior Trump administration official and a contributor to Breitbart News with a history of promoting discredited far-right anti-Muslim conspiracy theories); Sebastian Gorka (former top Trump counter-terrorism advisor); the ‘Great Replacement’ conspiracy theory (the idea that ‘native’ white populations are being ‘replaced’ by non-white immigrants); the Heritage Foundation (right-wing think-tank in Washington, D.C., which had close ties to the Donald Trump administration); Holocaust denial; David Horowitz (anti-Muslim, anti-immigrant and anti-black activist); Investigative Project on Terrorism (IPT) (Steven Emerson’s organisation); Zuhdi Jasser (anti-Muslim conspiracy theorist and advisory board member of The Clarion Project); and Lorenzo Vidino (American academic and proponent of the Great Replacement conspiracy theory). Full text.
Ahmed, Nafeez. “Special Investigation. ‘Mind Boggling’– US Experts Speak Out Against Appointment of New UK Government Counter-Extremism Chief.” Byline Times, 13 April 2021. On Robin Simcox, the new Lead Commissioner for the UK Government’s Commission for Countering Extremism (CCE). Mentions Virginia Abernathy (The Occidental Quarterly’s editorial board member); the American Free Press (conspiracy-oriented anti-Semitic newspape); Steve Bannon (former Breitbart News editor); Breitbart News; Anders Behring Breivik (convicted far-right terrorist who killed 77 people in 2011); Willis Carto (anti-Semite and Holocaust denier and American Free Press founder); the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) (far-right Washington, D.C., think-tank founded by John Tanton in 1985); The Clarion Project (anti-Muslim hate group); Steven Emerson (Islamophobic head of IPT) ; Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) (organisation founded by John Tanton); Jon Feere (CIS legal analyst); ‘Fjordman’ (pseudonym of Peder Are Nøstvold Jensen) (Norwegian ‘Great Replacement’ theorist); John Friend (white supremacist Holocaust denier and radio show host); FrontPage magazine (David Horowitz’s far-right publication); Frank Gaffney (anti-Muslim conspiracy theorist); the Gates of Vienna blog (far-right anti-Muslim conspiracy blog); Katharine Gorka (former Breitbart News contributor and former senior policy advisor in Trump’s Department of Homeland Security with a track record of anti-Muslim animus); Sebastian Gorka (former top Trump counterterrorism advisor); the‘Great Replacement’ conspiracy theory (the view that ‘native’ white populations are being replaced by non-white immigrants); Henry Jackson Society (think tank); the Heritage Foundation (right-wing think-tank in Washington, D.C., which had close ties to the Trump administration); Holocaust denial; David Horowitz (anti-Muslim, anti-immigrant and anti-black activist); Investigative Project on Terrorism (IPT) (Steven Emerson’s anti-Muslim organisation); Jihad Watch (far-right anti-Muslim conspiracy blog run by Robert Spencer); Raheem Kassam (former editor of Breitbart London); Mark Krikorian (CIS executive director); Wayne Lutton (gay-bashing white supremacist and TSC editor); Kevin MacDonald (prominent anti-Semite who believes Jews are genetically driven to destroy Western societies); The Occidental Quarterly (anti-Semitic journal); “passive eugenics”; the Pioneer Fund (a neo-Nazi eugenics foundation founded in 1937 to support research into “white intellectual superiority” and “race betterment”); Rense.com (virulently anti-Semitic website); William Regnery (founder of The Occidental Quarterly); Jason Richwine (discredited ‘race scientist’ and CIS researcher who believes that Hispanic immigrants have lower IQs than “native whites”); Shari’ah Law’ (alleged vehicle for a covert Islamist strategy to subvert American society); The Social Contract (TSC) (Tanton’s racist journal); Robert Spencer (Jihad Watch editor); John Tanton (eugenicist and white supremacist); Donald Trump; VDARE (alt-right platform known for its support for white nationalism and scientific racism); and Lorenzo Vidino (American academic with direct ties to far-right hate groups in the US who advocates the racist ‘Great Replacement’ conspiracy theory). Full text.
Alexander, Inigo. “’Politics of fear’: Madrid’s migrant voters mobilise to fight the rise of the far-right.” The New Arab, 20 May 2021. Full text.
Allam, Hannah, and Ellen Nakashima. “Biden’s domestic terrorism strategy details unprecedented focus on homegrown threats.” The Washington Post, June 15, 2021. Full text.
Alter, Alexandra. “How ‘The Turner Diaries’ Incites White Supremacists.” The New York Times, Jan. 12, 2021. Full text.
“’Anti-immigrant’ Finns Party election adverts removed from Helsinki streets.” Yle Uutiset, 7 June 2021. Full text.
“Australia lists neo-Nazi Sonnenkrieg Division as terrorists.” The Wilton Bulletin, March 22, 2021. On the neo-Nazi group Sonnenkrieg Division, also known as SKD, designated by the Australian government on Monday to be a terrorist organization, and the only right-wing outfit on the list. Full text.
Ayad, Moustafa. “Trump’s Favorite Dictator Fueling New Pro-Hitler Movement.” The Daily Beast, Aug. 11, 2021. On a Nazi movement in Egypt, built upon President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s brand of repressive hyper-nationalism, which is active on Telegram channels, as well as Facebook pages and profiles. Full text.
Barnett, Kyle. “Norway remembers July 22 attacks 10 years ago that killed 77.” UPI.com, July 22, 2021. Full text.
Bedingfield, Will. “How the Far Right Exploded on Steam and Discord.” Wired, Aug. 12, 2021. Full text.
Beever, Susie. “Warning over ‘gathering clouds’ of far-right extremism following Covid-19 pandemic.” Yorkshire Post, 22 March 2021. Full text.
“Ben John: Right-wing extremist gets suspended jail sentence.” BBC News, 31 August 2021. On Ben John, from Lincoln, convicted of having a copy of The Anarchist Cookbook on a computer hard drive, who has been given a suspended jail sentence. Full text.
Bennhold, Katrin. “Germany Places Far-Right AfD Party Under Surveillance for Extremism.” The New York Times, March 3, 2021. On the right-wing party Alternative for Germany AfD. Full text.
Bennhold, Katrin, and Michael Schwirtz. “Capitol Riot Puts Spotlight on ‘Apocalyptically Minded’ Global Far Right.” The New York Times, Jan. 24, 2021. Full text.
Bensinger, Ken, Jessica Garrison, Jeremy Singer-Vine, and Salvador Hernandez. “The Oath Keepers Are Facing New Membership And Money Issues Following The Capitol Riot.” BuzzFeed News, May 7, 2021. Full text.
Besser, Linton, and Roscoe Whalan. “Neo-Nazi groups banned in Canada and Europe set sights on Australia.” ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation), March 27, 2021. On Combat 18 (proscribed by Canada in 2019 and Germany in 2020), Blood and Honour (proscribed by Canada in 2019), Generation Identity (proscribed by France in 2021) and the Proud Boys (proscribed by Canada 2021). Mentions Sonnenkrieg Division, or SKD, the first neo-Nazi group to be so designated in Australia. Full text.
Binder, Matt. “QAnon believers go undercover to spread conspiracies online…and it’s working.” Mashable, May 17, 2021. Mentions the America First Political Action Conference (AFPAC) (white nationalist event); anti-vaccine conspiracy; anti-vaxxers; the Capitol riot on Jan. 6, 2021; COVID-19 conspiracy; “Cue Anon” (new name adopted by followers of the QAnon conspiracy in order to evade social network algorithms); 8kun (website where Q dropped their messages to QAnon’s followers after moving from 4chan in 2017); Michael Flynn (right-wing personality who promoted the QAnon conspiracy); 4chan (site of the first conspiratorial pro-Trump messages posted by the anonymous Q); Nick Fuentes (AFPAC event leader); Sydney Powell (right-wing personality who promoted the QAnon conspiracy); QAnon: An Invitation to the Great Awakening (the most popular book about the movement by believers); the QAnon conspiracy (the belief that former President Trump is secretly waging a battle against a global cabal of Satanic baby-eating sex traffickers primarily made up of the Democratic Party and Hollywood elite); “Save Our Children” (QAnon movement under the guise of a protest movement that was against trafficking children); “17” (a reference to “Q” as the seventeenth letter in the alphabet); Telegram (alternative platform); Jim Watkins (8kun owner); and Ron Watkins (Jim Watkins’s son and the 8kun administrator). Full text.
Binder, Matt. “TikTok’s algorithm is sending users down a far-right extremist rabbit hole.” Mashable, March 28, 2021. On QAnon, Patriot Party, Oath Keepers, and Three Percenters, far right wing movements which are all banned on TikTok, but which are promoted by accounts pushed by TikTok’s recommendations algorithm. Full text.
Boyle, Louise. “The rising threat of eco-fascism: Far right co-opting environmentalism to justify anti-immigration and anti-Semitic views.” The Independent, 21 March 2021. Full text.
Bradley, Jane, and Michael Schwirtz. “U.K. Far Right, Lifted by Trump, Now Turns to Russia.” The New York Times, April 23, 2021. Mentions Stephen Bannon (Donald J. Trump’s former adviser); Brexit; Britain First (British far-right group); the Capitol riot on Jan. 6, 2021; Tucker Carlson (Fox News’s top prime-time host); Ted Cruz (Texas Senator); Jim Dowson (a far-right activist who previously ran fund-raising for several British groups); Andrew Edge (former senior figure in the English Defence League and Britain First); the English Defence League (one of Britain’s most notorious nationalist groups); the Gatestone Institute; Paul Golding (Britain First’s leader); Sebastian Gorka (former White House adviser); Paul Gosar (Republican representative of Arizona); Infowars; Alex Jones (the host of Infowars); Rebekah and Robert Mercer (prominent Trump backers and donors to the Gatestone Institute); the Middle East Forum (right-wing Philadelphia-based research institute and donor to Tommy Robinson’s legal defense fund); the Oath Keepers (American extremist group); Daniel Pipes (president of the Middle East Forum); the Proud Boys (American extremist group); Vladimir V. Putin (Russian president); Rebel Media (right-wing Canadian media outlet); Tommy Robinson (alias of Stephen Yaxley-Lennon) (British far-right activist and anti-Islam agitator and founder of the English Defence League); Nina Rosenwald (wealthy right-wing donor to the Middle East Forum); Robert Shillman (a wealthy Trump supporter and a Middle East Forum donor); Enrique Tarrio (the Proud Boys leader); Donald J. Trump (former US President); Donald Trump Jr.; and Anne Marie Waters (far-right politician). Full text.
Brennan, David. “Anders Breivik Attack Survivors Warn His Manifesto Is Still Doing Harm 10 Years On.” Newsweek, Aug. 19, 2021. On the “22 July 2011 at Ten: Commemoration and Commitment” conference in Bergen. Full text.
Brennan, David. “Big Tech’s Extremism Fight Could Kick Hornet’s Nest of the Populist Right.” Newsweek, Aug. 23, 2021. On the “22 July 2011 at Ten: Commemoration and Commitment” event in Bergen, Norway. Full text and here and here and here.
Brennan, David. “Police Prepare for Another Hot Summer of Violent Street Clashes as U.S. Reopens.” Newsweek, April 1, 2021. Mentions Antifa (a broad umbrella anti-fascist ideology with a decentralized network of local organizations); the “deep state”; Mike Lindell (Trump ally and MyPillow CEO); the Qanon conspiracy theory (theory that Trump is at war with a shadowy cabal of international, devil-worshiping pedophile cannibals); Kyle Rittenhouse (teen shooter who killed two people and wounded another in a confrontation between protest groups in Kenosha, Wisconsin); Donald Trump; Western Chauvinist Telegram group (Proud Boys-affiliated far-right group); “White Lives Matter” marches; and Gretchen Whitmer (Michigan governor intended victim of a plot by a far-right group to kidnap and kill her). Full text.
Burke, David. “The right-wing QAnon anti-vaccine cult has arrived in Ireland. They, and elements of Ireland’s extreme right, are threatening to reverse gains made by the lockdown. QAnon is a con. Here is the ABC-Q why.” Village Magazine, 1 March 2021. Full text.
Cain, Sian. “Julie Burchill fires new publisher identified as a white nationalist.” The Guardian, 17 Mar. 2021. On Tabatha Stirling, the sole director of Stirling Publishing and a supporter of the UK white nationalist group Patriotic Alternative. Mentions anti-Islam; anti-LGBT; ethno-nationalism; the JQ (an abbreviation often used by white nationalists and neo-Nazis to refer to “the Jewish question”); Enoch Powell; Tommy Robinson; and Telegram (messaging app). Full text.
Carrell, Severin. “‘You are a racist’: Sturgeon clashes with ex-Britain First deputy.” The Guardian, 6 May 2021. On a confrontation between Scotland’s first minister Nicola Sturgeon and former Britain First deputy leader Jayda Fransen outside a Glasgow polling station. Full text.
Cendrowicz, Leo. “Newspaper criticised for publishing far-right leader’s white supremacist remarks.” inews.co.uk, June 1, 2021. On remarks by Tom Van Grieken, leader of the extreme anti-immigrant party Vlaams Belang (VB), quoted in Belgian newspaper De Tijd. Full text.
Chabria, Anita. “QAnon now pushes alarming conspiracy myths targeting China and Jewish people.” Los Angeles Times, March 23, 2021. Full text.
Clark, Byron. “The Radical Right In Gumboots.” Newsroom, September 1, 2021. Mentions Advance New Zealand (the political project of Jami Lee Ross and Billy Te Kahika); Agricultural Action Group (AAG) (organisation founded by Robert Wilson, Fred Roberts, and Heather Meri Pennycook which is targeting rural New Zealanders with conspiracy theories); Kelvyn Alp (Counterspin Media host); Steve Bannon (former Trump adviser); Cliven Bundy (US cattle rancher heavily influenced by sovereign citizen ideas); Counterspin Media (New Zealand-based talk show that streams on GTV); Covid-19 vaccine conspiracy theory (the claim that the vaccine is being used to commit genocide); Sue Grey (leader of the Outdoors Party and a prominent anti-vaccine and anti-5G activist); GTV (network founded by Steve Bannon and Guo Wengui); Guo Wengui (billionaire Chinese dissident); Alex Jones (conspiracy theorist broadcaster); Heather Meri Pennycook (AAG co-founder); the Public Party (Billy Te Kahika’s party and one of the complement parties of Advance New Zealand); Fred Roberts (AAG co-founder); Jami Lee Ross (former National Party MP); the Sovereign Citizen movement (a movement whose adherents believe they should decide which laws to obey and which to ignore, and who don’t believe they should have to pay taxes); Billy Te Kahika (conspiracy theorist); United Nations’ Agenda 21 conspiracy theory (the theory that the UN is leading a shadowy global cabal dictating to the New Zealand Government); Voices for Freedom (New Zealand anti-vaccine group); and Robert Wilson (AAG co-founder). Full text.
Clarke-Ezzidio, Harry. “Revealed: Bristol academic under investigation for alleged anti-Semitism received £400k of public funds.” New Statesman, 1 July 2021. On David Miller, a professor who accused Jewish student societies of being “directed by Israel.” Full text.
Coleman, Alistair. “Covid lockdown: Why Magna Carta won’t exempt you from the rules.” BBC News, 6 March 2021. On Article 61 of the Magna Carta, held up by extreme right-wing and anti-establishment circles as “the one true law” and seen as justification for rebellion against legal and political “elites.” Full text.
Connolly, Kate. “German society ‘brutalised’ as far-right crimes hit record levels.” The Guardian, 4 May 2021. Mentions the Alternative für Deutschland party; the Hanau far-right extremist gunman who killed nine young people with an immigrant background in 2020; Walter Lübcke (a pro-refugee Christian Democrat politician who was murdered by a far-right extremist in 2019); Alexander Horst M (codename NSU 2.0) (accused of being responsible for more than 100 anti-foreigner death threats); National Socialist Underground (far-right terror cell which between 2000 and 2007 murdered 10 people, nine of whom had an immigrant background); QAnon, the US far-right conspiracy group; and the “Querdenker” or “lateral thinker” movement (Qanon-linked movement that has driven demonstrations against coronavirus restrictions). Full text.
“Convicted terrorist sentenced.” Lincolnshire Police, 31 Aug. 2021. On the sentencing of Ben John, who was found guilty of one count of having in his possession a record of information likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism under Section 58 of the Terrorism Act by a jury on 12 August. Full text.
Culliford, Elizabeth. “Facebook and tech giants to target attacker manifestos, far-right militias in database.” Reuters, July 26, 2021. Full text.
Daalder, Marc. “Spies: Covid-19 ‘grievances’ could motivate terror attack.” Newsroom, August 18, 2021. On a New Zealand government threat assessment document completed in February but not released until August which focused on identity-motivated violent extremists (IMVE) – those who use terrorism and violence to promote their own identity or attack others – in contrast to threat assessments produced prior to March 15 which focused exclusively on Islamist extremism. Full text.
Daniels, Nicole. “Lesson of the Day: ‘Capitol Riot Puts Spotlight on “Apocalyptically Minded” Global Far Right.’” The New York Times, Jan. 28, 2021. A student lesson centering around the featured article “Capitol Riot Puts Spotlight on ‘Apocalyptically Minded’ Global Far Right,” by Katrin Bennhold and Michael Schwirtz. Full text.
Davies, Caroline. “UK judge orders rightwing extremist to read classic literature or face prison.” The Guardian, 1 Sept. 2021. On the sentencing of Ben John, a former student at De Montfort University in Leicester who downloaded almost 70,000 white supremacist documents and bomb-making instructions, and who was convicted for possessing information likely to be useful for preparing an act of terror. Mentions Adolf Hitler and the Lincolnshire Fascist Underground. Full text.
De Simone, Daniel. “UK bans fifth neo-Nazi group under terror laws.” BBC News, July 12, 2021. On The Base, An American neo-Nazi group which is led from Russia. Full text.
Dearden, Lizzie. “Atomwaffen Division: UK to ban US-based neo-Nazi group as terrorist organisation.” The Independent, April 19, 2021. On the expected proscription of Atomwaffen Division and the National Socialist Order as its alias later this week. Mentions “accelerationism” (a philosophy that promotes the use of violence to overthrow the US government and trigger a race war, ultimately resulting in a new society based on white supremacy, antisemitism and virulent anti-LGBT+ beliefs); the Atomwaffen Division (a US-based “accelerationist” white supremacist group formed in 2015 and supposedly disbanded in March 2020 which has links to British terrorist groups including National Action and Sonnenkrieg Division); Blaze Bernstein (gay and Jewish 19-year-old murdered by an Atomwaffen Division member); Gab (social network); Iron March (fascist online forum that went offline in 2017); National Socialist Order (a successor group to Atomwaffen Division); the Order of Nine Angles (O9A) (a neo-Nazi Satanist group that influenced Atomwaffen Division and other neo-Nazi organisations); and Sonnenkrieg Division (UK affiliate of Atomwaffen Division). Full text.
Dearden, Lizzie. “Neo-Nazi group targeting children as young as 14 during coronavirus lockdown.” The Independent, 21 March 2021. On National Partisan Movement (NPM), an international neo-Nazi group which runs online channels targeting British teenagers as young as 14 for recruitment during the coronavirus lockdown. Mentions Atomwaffen Division (violent neo-Nazi group); Anders Breivik (2011 Norway attacker); Adolf Hitler; and Brenton Tarrant (Christchurch gunman). Full text.
Dearden, Lizzie. “Neo-Nazi who posed in Maga hat convicted of terror offences.” The Independent, 23 March 2021. On Nicholas Brock, 53, who was found guilty of three counts of possessing documents useful to a terrorist, including The Anarchists’ Cookbook. Full text.
Dettmer, Jamie. “EU Officials Unnerved by Strength of Italy’s Radical Right.” Voice of America, June 3, 2021. Full text. Revised as Kathleen E. Jensen, “EU Officials Annoyed By The Force Of The Italian Radical Right,” I Friesland, June 3, 2021. Full text.
Dilanian, Ken. “DHS launches warning system to find domestic terrorism threats on public social media.” NBC News, May 10, 2021. Full text.
Dombey, Daniel. “Isabel Díaz Ayuso: the Spanish right’s saviour.” The Financial Times, May 7, 2021. Full text.
Duxbury, Charlie. “Sweden’s far right takes a step closer to power.” POLITICO, March 25, 2021. On Jimmie Åkesson, leader of the far-right Sweden Democrats (SD). Full text.
Edmondson, Catie. “Far-Right Extremist Finds an Ally in an Arizona Congressman.” The New York Times, July 5, 2021. On Representative Paul Gosar’s association with the white nationalist Nick Fuentes. Full text.
“Faces of the Radical Right: from Nazi Occultism and UK Racist Heathenism to Street Movements.” Announcement of a Virtual Panel Discussion on Wednesday 14 July, 5.00-6.00PM, to support the launch of our new MA in Terrorism, Security and Radical Right Extremism in September, in association with The Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right (CARR). Richmond, The American International University in London, June 25, 2021. Full text.
“’Fascist’ teenager from Essex had 3D-printed gun plan.” BBC News, 24 August 2021. On Matthew Cronjager, 18, who pleaded not guilty to disseminating terrorist publications through “a library” on the encrypted messaging app Telegram. Full text.
Fiedler, Tom. “Cawthorn joins firebrand GOP colleagues on far-right media.” Asheville Watchdog, February 11, 2021. Full text.
Fingas, J. “Homeland Security may use companies to find extremism on social media.” Engadget, August 15, 2021. Homeland Security is looking at hiring outside partners to analyze social networks for signs of impending terrorism and other extremist violence. Full text.
Fingas, J. “Homeland Security’s warning system combs social media for terrorist threats.” Engadget, May 10, 2021. Full text.
“Finnish NMR activist Samuli Matilainen accused of murdering another member – pleaded insanity in court.” Varis, 13 March 2021. Mentions Finnish Independence Day (December 6, which for the last few years has been a day of neo-Nazi torch parades and anti-fascist counter demonstrations); Genocide Wolves (a neo-Nazi band); Toni Hakulinen (key activist in the NRM local group in Pirkanmaa and the singer in Genocide Wolves); Samuli Matilainen (an activist in the NRM Helsinki group, accused of murdering NRM Pirkanmaa activist Toni Hakulinen); and Nordic Resistance Movement (NRM) (pan-Nordic neo-Nazi organization, outlawed in Finland in October 2020). Full text.
“Former Atomwaffen Division Leader Sentenced for Swatting Conspiracy.” USAO-EDVA | Department of Justice, May 4, 2021. On John Cameron Denton, a former leader of the Atomwaffen Division in Texas who was sentenced to 41 months in prison for his role in a conspiracy that conducted multiple swatting events. Full text.
Gabbatt, Adam. “Close to home: how US far-right terror flourished in post-9/11 focus on Islam.” The Guardian, 6 Sept. 2021. Full text.
“Gale Unveils New Archive on Far-Right Groups in America.” PR Newswire News Releases, June 23, 2021. Full text.
Gallagher, Ian. “Revealed: The secret army of 200 weapons-obsessed anti-vaxx ex-soldiers called ‘Veterans 4 Freedom’ plotting attacks on vaccine centres and chaos on Britain’s streets.” The Mail on Sunday, 28 August 2021. On Veterans 4 Freedom (V4F), a self-styled paramilitary group made up of 16 operational ‘cells’ across Britain. Full text.
Gardham, Duncan. “Man convicted of terrorism offences after being found with ‘advice on how to kill and how to maim.’” Sky News, 23 March 2021. On Nicholas Brock, found guilty of terrorism offences after downloading a bomb-making manual and guides to knife fighting. Mentions the “al Qaeda manual”; Combat 18 (British neo-Nazi group); the confederate flag; Hail Combat 18 (video); the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) (American white supremacist group); “Make America Great Again” cap; Mein Kampf (Hitler); National Action (a proscribed right-wing terrorist group); the National Front; Enoch Powell; swastika flag; Brenton Tarrant (shooter of 51 people at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, in March 2019); Totenkopf skull and cross bones (symbol adopted by the Nazi SS and used by Combat 18); and Donald Trump. Full text.
Geranios, Nicholas K. “Northern Idaho’s anti-government streak hampers COVID fight.” ABC News, September 12, 2021. Full text.
German, Jeff. “Emerging extremists bring new concerns for law enforcement.” Las Vegas Review-Journal, February 21, 2021. Full text.
“German court suspends surveillance of far-right AfD, for now.” Deutsche Welle (DW), 5 March 2021. Full text.
“German Minister: Due to the pandemic, the radical right is getting stronger.” NewsLine, June 15, 2021. Quoting comments made by Interior Minister Horst Seehofer when introducing a report from the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution. Full text.
“Germany: Far-right suspects accused of plotting attacks on Muslims.” Deutsche Welle (DW), 13 April 2021. On the trial of eleven suspected members and one suspected supporter of the far-right group Group S, accused of founding a “terrorist organization” in September 2019 and led by Werner S. and Tony E. Full text.
“Germany: Intelligence agency labels Pegida ‘anti-constitutional.’” Deutsche Welle (DW), May 7, 2021. Full text.
Glenza, Jessica. “‘It shakes you to your core’: the anti-abortion extremists gaining ground on the right.” The Guardian, 6 July 2021. Mentions John Brockhoeft (anti-abortion activist convicted of firebombing a Cincinnati, Ohio, abortion clinic and planning an attack on another in Florida); Defy Tyrants (extreme anti-abortion group); The Doctrine of Lesser Magistrates: A Proper Resistance to Tyranny and a Repudiation of Unlimited Obedience to Civil Government (2013 text by Matt Trewhella); Jeff Durbin (Arizona-based pastor and anti-abortion leader); Operation Save America (OSA) (extreme anti-abortion group); Matt Shea (former Washington state representative); Jason Storms (OSA leader in Arizona); Matt Trewhella (one of the leaders of Defy Tyrants); and Donald Trump. Full text.
Glenza, Jessica. “‘Radicalized’ anti-abortion movement poses increased threat, US warned.” The Guardian, 8 July 2021. Mentions insurrection of 6 January; Operation Rescue; Operation Save America; Matt Trewhella (Defy Tyrants leader); Donald Trump; and white supremacy. Full text.
Glenza, Jessica, and Sam Levine. “US anti-abortion groups shift focus to voting restrictions.” The Guardian, 9 Apr. 2021. Mentions the American Principles Project (conservative group traditionally focused on restricting trans participation in sports); Marjorie Dannenfelser (president of Susan B Anthony List); the Family Research Council; FreedomWorks (conservative group that helped spread the Tea Party movement); the Heritage Foundation (influential conservative group that has long backed voting restrictions); Cleta Mitchell (leader of a FreedomWorks initiative); Tony Perkins (leader of the Family Research Council); Janet Porter (Ohio-based anti-abortion extremist); the Susan B Anthony List (conservative group traditionally focused on restricting abortion access); and Donald Trump. Full text.
Glover, Scott. “To some, she’s a patriot. To others, a domestic terrorist. How the memory of a woman killed in the Capitol riot got so politicized.” CNN, 18 June 2021. On parallels between the rhetoric surrounding Ashli Babbitt’s death and that of Vicki Weaver, whose death at the hands of an FBI sniper during a standoff with federal agents at Ruby Ridge, Idaho, in 1992 became a rallying cry and recruiting tool on the far right and helped inspire Oklahoma City bombers Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols. Full text.
Green, Jordan. “The Kerrville Nazi who threatened to shoot up Walmart started a martyrdom cult — and fantasized about a nuclear holocaust.” Raw Story, June 4, 2021. Mentions Devon Arthurs (Atomwaffen member who murdered two roommates and fellow members of Atomwaffen in 2017); Coleman Thomas Blevins (pseudonym: Korb HeiligerAtomkrieg) (28-year-old white supremacist and founder of InJekt Division who threatened to shoot up a Walmart last week); “clerical fascism”; Patrick Crusius (the El Paso shooter who killed 23 people at Walmart in August 2019); “Echo Chamber” podcast; Julius Evola (fascist philosopher whose book Revolt Against the Modern World is recommended on the InJekt Division channel); Feuerkrieg Division (Estonia-based white supremacist group); “the 14 words” (shorthand for white supremacy); Adolf Hitler; InJekt Division (a martyrdom cult founded in February 2021); Iron March; the Jan. 6 insurrection; National Partisan Movement (neo-Nazi group); “Panther” (15-year-old National Partisan Movement leader); “saint” (term used by internet Nazis to celebrate white supremacists like Anders Breivik and Dylann Roof who have committed mass murder); Rodger Sanchez (“Echo Chamber” podcast host); Brenton Tarrant (the Australian man who live-streamed his massacre of 51 Muslim worshipers at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand in March 2019); Telegram; “There is no political solution”; Donald Trump; Johann von Leers (Nazi propagandist who later converted to Islam); and Colton Williams (longtime American fascist and mentor to National Partisan Movement who was previously involved with the now-defunct Traditionalist Worker Party). Full text.
Greenberg, Andy. “Far-Right Platform Gab Has Been Hacked—Including Private Data.” WIRED, Feb. 28, 2021. Full text.
Greenberg, Zoe, and Dugan Arnett. “Rise of the Moors group arose from a growing, national sovereign citizen movement, experts say.” Boston Globe, July 7, 2021. Excerpt.
Grierson, Jamie. “Neo-Nazi groups use Instagram to recruit young people, warns Hope Not Hate.” The Guardian, 22 Mar. 2021. Full text.
Hall, Richard. “Experts studied al-Qaeda and Isis for years, now they are turning their attention to extremists closer to home.” The Independent, 15 February 2021. Full text.
Halliday, Josh. “Tommy Robinson asked wealthy US backers to help him claim asylum.” The Guardian, 12 Apr. 2021. Mentions Lisa Barbounis (an executive for the Middle East Forum); Ted Cruz (Republican senator); Terry Giles (Houston-based businessman and friend of Cruz who previously ran the presidential campaign for Republican Ben Carson in 2015); Sebastian Gorka (former adviser to then president Donald Trump); Paul Gosar (Republican congressman); Ezra Levant (rightwing Canadian pundit); the Middle East Forum (MEF) (conservative US thinktank that donated towards Robinson’s legal fees and rallies); Daniel Pipes (director of the Middle East Forum); Tommy Robinson (real name Stephen Yaxley-Lennon) (British far-right activist and English Defence League founder); Donald Trump; and Ukip. Full text.
Harley, Nicky. “Far right still a growing threat five years after UK politician Jo Cox’s murder by neo-Nazi.” The National (Abu Dhabi), June 16, 2021. Full text.
Hume, Tim. ‘Blackpilled’ Gunman Kills 5 in UK’s Worst Mass Shooting in 11 Years.” VICE World News, August 13, 2021. On 22-year-old Jake Davison, who killed two women, two men, and a young girl in Plymouth. Full text.
Hume, Tim. “Far-Right Leader Turns Up at School Offering Cash to Students Who Refuse Vaccine.” VICE World News, September 7, 2021. On Hans Jørgen Lysglimt Johansen, the leader of the small, radical-right Alliansen (The Alliance) party. Full text.
Hume, Tim. “How the Far-Right Weaponised Memes.” VICE World News, August 6, 2021. Full text.
Hume, Tim. “Stash of Illegal Weapons Found on Suspected Far-Right German Soldier.” VICE World News, March 1, 2021. Full text.
Hume, Tim. “The Swastika Is Going To Be Banned in Parts of Australia.” VICE World News, September 2, 2021. The Australia state of Victoria will become the first in the country to ban the public display of the swastika and other Nazi symbols. Full text.
Hunter, Fergus, and Laura Chung. “NSW Police monitor 1000 on ‘terrorism continuum’ as neo-Nazi risk grows.” The Sydney Morning Herald, August 26, 2021. Deputy Commissioner David Hudson warned of a new phase of extreme right-wing ideology and a “proliferation of violent online sentiment” that could, without appropriate monitoring and intervention, lead to real-world violence. Full text.
Ihler, Bjorn. “High-level summit at the University of Bergen: Global counter-terrorism after 22 July.” The Khalifa Ihler Institute, August 20, 2021. On 22 July at Ten: An International Discussion Forum on Counteracting Extreme Right Terrorism, 25-27 August 2021. Full text.
Ingram, David. “YouTube reinstates channel devoted to exposing conservative extremism.” NBC News, June 28, 2021. On a channel run by Right Wing Watch, a project of People for the American Way, which catalogues some of the most extreme statements of prominent conservatives. Full text.
“Italy court blocks Bannon-linked plans for populist academy.” The Independent, 16 March 2021. Mentions Steve Bannon (former White House adviser); Raymond Burke (conservative American Cardinal); the Dignitatis Humanae Institute, or Human Dignity Institute (conservative think tank affiliated with Steve Bannon whose stated goal is to defend the Judeo-Christian foundations of Western civilization); Benjamin Harnwell (Dignitatis Humanae founder and president); Matteo Salvini (Italian right-wing leader); and Donald Trump. Full text.
Jimenez, Daniela. “Venezuelan Extreme Right Opposition Already with Candidates for 21N Regional Elections (G4).” Orinoco Tribune, August 20, 2021. On the coalition of opposition parties called G4, composed of AD (led by Henry Ramos Allup), Voluntad Popular, Primero Justicia, and Un Nuevo Tiempo. Full text.
Joyner, Chris. “‘Castrate, kill, remove voting rights’: Ex-Marine, Georgia deputy was in extremist cell, feds say.” The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, June 26, 2021. On the arrests and guilty pleas of Cody Griggers, a former Marine and sheriff’s deputy in Wilkinson County, and Grey Zamudio on illegal weapons charges. Full text and here.
Keeley, Graham. “Spain’s far right finds its voice once again.” The Independent, 23 Mar. 2021. Excerpt.
Kersley, Andrew. “Five Years After Jo Cox’s Death, Far-Right Violence Is a Growing Threat.” Tribune, June 16, 2021. Full text.
Knight, Ben. “Why young eastern German voters support the far-right AfD.” Deutsche Welle (DW), 11 June 2021. Full text.
Kotch, Alex. “ALEC Politicians Belong to Neo-Confederate Organization.” Exposed by CMD (The Center for Media and Democracy (CMD)), July 8, 2021. At least six state lawmakers affiliated with the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) were recently active members of the Sons of Confederate Veterans (SCV), a neo-Confederate network that puts up and defends monuments to the Confederacy. Full text.
Kranish, Michael. “The making of Madison Cawthorn: How falsehoods helped propel the career of a new pro-Trump star of the far right.” The Washington Post, February 27, 2021. Full text.
Kucharczyk, Mateusz. “Salvini gathers the ‘best’ illiberals in new EU Parliament group.” EURACTIV, May 31, 2021. Mentions European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR) (the EU political group of PiS); the European People’s Party; Identity and Democracy (ID) (Salvini’s EU political group); Law and Justice (PiS) party (Poland’s ruling party); the League (Italian right-wing party); Viktor Orban (Hungarian Prime Minister); and Matteo Salvini (League leader). Full text.
Lally, Conor. “‘Irish far right fake news’ helps spur record number of racist incidents.” Irish Times, 23 Mar. 2021. Full text.
Lucas, Ryan. “4 Proud Boys Charged With Conspiracy Over Jan. 6 Capitol Riot.” NPR, March 19, 2021. Full text.
Lucas, Ryan. “New Evidence Points To Coordination Among Extremist Groups Ahead Of Capitol Riot.” NPR, March 24, 2021. On an allegation that Kelly Meggs, one of 10 alleged members or associates of the Oath Keepers charged with conspiring to interfere in Congress’ certification of the Electoral College vote count, claimed to be coordinating with the Proud Boys and Florida 3%ers, a far-right, self-styled militia, to form an “alliance” on Jan. 6. Full text.
Mac, Ryan. “Despite A Ban, Facebook Continued To Label People As Interested In Militias For Advertisers.” BuzzFeed News, April 7, 2021. Full text.
Mac, Ryan, and Craig Silverman. “‘Mark Changed The Rules’: How Facebook Went Easy On Alex Jones And Other Right-Wing Figures.” BuzzFeed News, February 21, 2021. Full text.
MacFarquhar, Neil. “Far-Right Extremists Move From ‘Stop the Steal’ to Stop the Vaccine.” The New York Times, March 26, 2021. Mentions America’s Frontline Doctors (anti-vaccination organization); the anti-vaccination movement; the Boogaloo movement (a loose affiliation known for wanting to spark a second Civil War); Ammon Bundy (far-right activist); Michael Flynn (Trump ally); Simone Gold (anti-vaccination activist); David Icke (British serial conspiracy theorist); Sidney Powell (Trump ally); the Proud Boys; Qanon; Telegram social media platform; Donald J. Trump; vaccination conspiracy theory (the idea that what started with mask mandates will end with concentration camps run by FEMA for those who refuse vaccinations); and vaccination conspiracy theory (the idea that the vaccine is an instrument of depopulation). Full text.
MacFarquhar, Neil. “Far-Right Groups Are Splintering in Wake of the Capitol Riot.” The New York Times, March 1, 2021. Mentions the Base (violent white supremacist group); Patrick Casey (a leader of the Groyper Army); Barry G. Croft Jr. (a national leader of the Three Percenters and one of 14 charged with planning to kidnap the governor of Michigan); Nick Fuentes (a leader of the Groyper Army); the Groyper Army (a white nationalist organization focused on college campuses); Timothy McVeigh (Oklahoma City bomber); Rinaldo Nazzaro (founder the Base); the Oath Keepers (a paramilitary group that recruits veterans); the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995; the Proud Boys (a far-right fight club that claims to defend the values of Western civilization); Enrique Tarrio (Proud Boys leader); Telegram (encrypted messaging service); the Three Percenters (loosely allied coalition of paramilitary groups); and the Unite the White rally in Charlottesville, Va., in 2017. Full text.
Mack, Tom. “White supremacist sentenced to read Pride and Prejudice and other literary classics.” Leicestershire Live, 31 Aug. 2021. On Ben John, a young Nazi sympathizer who downloaded bomb-making instructions. Full text.
Mackenzie, Jean. “Belgium’s Van Ranst: Covid scientist targeted by a far-right sniper.” BBC News, June 4, 2021. On Prof Marc Van Ranst, Belgium’s leading virologist, who has been targeted by a far-right rogue soldier, Jürgen Conings, who has a vendetta for virologists and Covid lockdowns. Full text.
“Maidenhead far-right sympathiser guilty of terrorism offences.” BBC News, 23 March 2021. On Nicholas Brock, found guilty of possessing materials likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism. Full text.
Makuch, Ben. “The Far Right Is Celebrating the Taliban Takeover of Afghanistan.” VICE News, August 16, 2021. Full text.
Makuch, Ben. “Why Are So Many Marines Neo-Nazis?” VICE News, August 26, 2021. Full text.
Mallin, Alexander, and Luke Barr. “Domestic violent extremism ‘growing public safety and national security threat,’ DOJ says.” ABC News, February 26, 2021. Full text.
Mann, Alex, and Kevin Nguyen. “The Base tapes.” Background Briefing – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation), 25 Mar. 2021. Mentions The Base (US-founded global white supremacist terror “accelerationist group” which believes violence is the only way to achieve its ends and which is “prepping” for a race war to hasten a societal collapse and establish a white ethno-state; listed in Canada as a terrorist organisation last month); 4Chan ( messaging forum); Pauline Hanson (One Nation leader); Adolf Hitler; the Lads Society (white nationalist group); Mein Kampf (Hitler); Rinaldo Nazzaro (alias “Roman Wolf” and “Norman Spear”) (The Base leader); One Nation; Brenton Tarrant (Australian man who shot and killed 51 people at a mosque in Christchurch); “There is no political solution” (accelerationist group slogan); “TMB” (Luke Austin Lane) (American Base member arrested for planning the murder of a married couple who were doxxing white supremacists); Richard Tobin (American Base member charged with hate crimes in the US for organising the vandalism of synagogues in Michigan and Wisconsin); Volkskrieger (chief recruiter for The Base in Australia); and Wire (encrypted messaging app). Full text. Podcast.
Martin, Nick R. “Advisor To Major Pro-Trump Group Runs Racist Newsletter.” Talking Points Memo and The Informant, July 12, 2021. On Turning Point USA advisory council member Henry P. “Rip” McIntosh IV. Mentions American Renaissance (AmRen) (white nationalist website); American Thinker (far-right website); Michele Bachmann (former Rep. (R-MN) and advisory council member of Turning Point USA); Ben Carson (former Housing and Urban Development Secretary); Crystal Clanton (racist and Kirk’s former second-in-command); Convention of States Action (a group that seeks to get states to hold a convention to rewrite the Constitution); Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX); “the Demographic Transformation” (conspiracy theory); David Duke (longtime neo-Nazi); Foster Friess (late GOP mega donor and advisory council member of Turning Point USA); Matt Gaetz (R-FL) (embattled Congressman); Rudy Giuliani (attorney); Shialee Grooman (racist who replaced Crystal Clanton); Sean Hannity (Fox News host); Adolf Hitler (Nazi leader); David Horowitz (anti-Muslim activist who has written disparagingly of Black Americans); Charlie Kirk (TPUSA head and co-founder); Mike Lindell (MyPillow founder); the Susan and Rip McIntosh Foundation; Candace Owens (Black conservative woman and former TPUSA communications director); Jeanine Pirro (Fox News host); Mike Pompeo (former Secretary of State); Richard Spencer (white nationalist); Donald J. Trump (former President); Donald Trump Jr. (the former president’s son); Turning Point Action (TPUSA’s campaign arm); Turning Point USA (TPUSA) (conservative youth organization with a stated goal to “win America’s culture war”); and the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. Full text and here.
Mazzetti, Mark, and Adam Goldman. “They Seemed Like Democratic Activists. They Were Secretly Conservative Spies.” The New York Times, June 25, 2021. On an undercover spying operation by conservatives to infiltrate progressive groups, political campaigns and the offices of Democratic as well as moderate Republican elected officials during the 2020 election cycle. Mentions Glenn Beck (conservative commentator); Betsy DeVos (Trump’s education secretary); Foster Friess (wealthy investor, Project Veritas donor, and Republican primary candidate for Wyoming governor in 2018); Susan Gore (Wyoming heiress and founder of Wyoming Liberty Group who funded Richard Seddon and who has supported conservative and libertarian causes); Beau Maier (undercover operative and the nephew of Glenn Beck); Erik Prince (security contractor and the brother of Betsy DeVos); Project Veritas (conservative group with a history of using operatives with fake names to target liberal organizations and make secret recordings to embarrass them); Richard Seddon (former British spy connected to Erik Prince and a former Project Veritas employee); Donald Trump; Donald Trump Jr.; and the Wyoming Liberty Group (Cheyenne-based nonprofit that pushes libertarian and conservative causes). Full text.
McCrummen, Stephanie. “An American Kingdom.” The Washington Post, July 11, 2021. On Mercy Culture, a Fort Worth church that represents a growing nondenominational, openly political Christian movement which has become an engine of former president Donald Trump’s Republican Party and whose goal is to bring every facet of life under the authority of a biblical God. Full text.
McGowan, Michael. “Where ‘freedom’ meets the far right: the hate messages infiltrating Australian anti-lockdown protests.” The Guardian, 25 Mar. 2021. On Dominic D (Harrison McLean), leader of an anti-lockdown protest group on the messaging app Telegram. Mentions anti-vaccination; the Australian Proud Boys; Blair Cottrell (former United Patriots Front leader); the “great reset” (rightwing one-world-government conspiracy theory); Adolf Hitler; the JQ (common shorthand among white supremacists for the “Jewish Question”); Gavin McInnes (Canadian-British far-right activist and Vice magazine co-founder and Proud Boys founder); the NWO agenda (antisemitic conspiracy theory about a new world order); one world government (antisemitic conspiracy theory); “the Overton Window” (a term that describes the range of political ideas or policies considered acceptable by mainstream society); Pinochet; Proud Boys (far-right group founded by Gavin McInnes in 2016); Qanon (conspiracy-minded group); Kyle Rittenhouse (US gunman); Jarrad Searby (president of the Borderlands faction of the Proud Boys); Tom Sewell (neo-Nazi who last month was charged after an alleged assault of a Channel Nine security guard); Monica Smit (former reality TV contestant and founder of Reignite Democracy Australia); and Versace Cowboy (online alias for the Proud Boys’s Victorian president). Full text.
McKenzie, Nick, and Joel Tozer. “Far-right extremists still downloading Christchurch massacre footage.” The Age, August 19, 2021. Full text.
McKenzie, Nick, and Joel Tozer. “Inside Racism HQ: How home-grown neo-Nazis are plotting a white revolution.” The Sydney Morning Herald, August 16, 2021. Mentions The Base; Tyrel Cameron (NSN core member); the Christchurch terror attack in 2019; Combat 18 (ultra-violent and secretive international neo-Nazi terror group which instructs members to prepare for a coming race war); ‘the coming race war’; Blair Cottrell (United Patriots Front leader); Troy Crockett (NSN core member); Michael Edwards (NSN member); European Australia Movement (NSN spin-off); Finks (violent outlaw motorcycle gang); James Greig (Combat 18 affiliate); Joel Hawthorne (former member of The Lads Society); Jacob Hersant (the NSN’s propaganda man); David Hiscox (NSN core member); Adolf Hitler; Bradley Ingram (NSN member, “white band” member and construction worker); The Lads Society (defunct neo-Nazi group); James Lawrence (Combat 18 member); Ryan Ulf Lindfors-Beswick (veteran neo-Nazi, NSN member, and associate of the Finks); Dean Lynch (NSN core member); Brendan Maher (NSN core member); Mein Kampf (book by Adolf Hitler); Alexander Rud Mills (one of Australia’s first well-known neo-Nazis); Rhys Morrison (NSN member); the National Socialist Network (NSN) (Australia’s largest white supremacist group, launched in February 2020); Daniel (Danny) Newman (Australian member of Combat 18 and NSN member); Vinnie O’Neill (NSN member); Operation Werewolf (Australian neo-Nazi group); Order15 (neo-Nazi group); Patrick O’Sullivan (Combat 18 member); Damien Pearce (Combat 18 member); the Proud Boys; Jarrod Searby (NSN martial arts trainer and former Proud Boys Australian chapter leader); Tom Sewell (former United Patriots Front member, co-founder of The Lads Society, and self-appointed NSN leader); Society of Western Australian Nationalists; Brenton Tarrant (Australian terrorist mass murderer); Telegram (encrypted messenger app); Daniel Todisco (neo-Nazi, NSN member, and Crown Resorts security guard); United Patriots Front (defunct neo-Nazi group); the US Capitol riots in Washington DC in January; and Steve Zoumis (NSN member). Full text.
McKenzie, Nick, and Joel Tozer. “‘We do not need to wait for a Christchurch’: Grampians cross burning spurs call for action.” The Sydney Morning Herald, January 28, 2021. Mentions Antipodean Resistance (right-wing group); the Christchurch terror attack; cross-burning (a ritual usually associated with the Ku Klux Klan); the European Australian Movement (new neo-Nazi group); Philip Galea (lone-wolf extremist on the fringe of Melbourne far-right groups who was jailed for 12 years for planning a terrorist attack); Adolf Hitler; the Lads Society (right-wing group); National Socialist Network (far-right extremist group); the Proud Boys (far-right group); Tom Sewell (ex-Australian army soldier and Lads Society leader); and “white power.” Full text.
McKenzie, Nick, Jason Wilson, Joel Tozer, and Heather McNeill. “US neo-Nazi group recruits young Australians, secret recordings reveal.” The Sydney Morning Herald, March 26, 2021. On violent American white supremacist group The Base. Mentions “accelerationist” theory (Base-supported effort to hasten the collapse of American liberal democracy into civil war, and bring about a white ethnostate); David Donis (SWAN leader); Grant Fuller (Gold Coast-based self-professed leader of the Queensland chapter of The Lads Society); Pauline Hanson (One Nation leader); “James Jameson” (Perth-based potential recruit to The Base); The Lads Society (Australia’s highest-profile neo-Nazi group); Rinaldo Nazzaro (Russia-based US leader of The Base); Dean Smith (former West Australian One Nation candidate); Society of West Australian Nationalists (SWAN) (Perth-based extremist group); Sonnenkrieg Division (UK-based neo-Nazi group recently listed as a terrorist group in Australia, the first right-wing extremist organisation so listed); and Brenton Tarrant (New Zealand mosque killer). Full text.
McLaughlin, Martyn. “Far right website sees upsurge in ‘hateful content’ and Covid-19 disinformation aimed at Scots.” The Scotsman, 22 August 2021. On BitChute, a video-sharing platform which has been reported to regulators for hosting hateful, violent and anti-semitic content. Full text.
McTaggart, India. “Nazi sympathiser spared jail as long as he reads Pride and Prejudice.” The Telegraph, 1 September 2021. On Ben John, 21, convicted for knowingly possessing material that could assist in terrorist-related activities under Section 58 of the Terrorism Act, who was given a suspended jail sentence after he was caught with nearly 70,000 white supremacist and neo-Nazi documents and bomb-making instructions, including The Anarchist Cookbook. Full text.
Miller, Christopher. “Biden Wants To Beef Up His Ranks Of Prosecutors, Analysts, And Agents To Combat Domestic Terrorism.” BuzzFeed News, June 15, 2021. Full text.
Miller, Christopher. “Hundreds Of Far-Right Militias Are Still Organizing, Recruiting, And Promoting Violence On Facebook.” BuzzFeed News, March 24, 2021. Full text.
Nakhlawi, Razzan. “In western New York, the far right tries to make inroads with vaccine skeptics.” The Washington Post, August 7, 2021. On the New York Watchmen, a far-right “patriot” group in western New York. Full text.
Nasr, Joseph. “Divided Far-Right AfD Loses Ground in East German Stronghold.” US News, June 7, 2021. Full text.
Neiwert, David. “A ‘constitutional’ sheriff’s fiefdom: COVID amok, guns aplenty, and hunting cougars with hounds.” Daily Kos, August 20, 2021. On Klickitat County (Washington State) Sheriff Bob Songer. Full text.
Neiwert, David. “FBI’s bizarre system of categorizing domestic terrorists continues to infect Biden’s strategy.” Daily Kos, July 9, 2021. On the still-in-place system of categorization for domestic terrorism devised by the FBI in 2017, in which the category of “racially motivated violent extremists” includes both white supremacists and “Black Identity extremists,” and the category of “anti-government/anti-authority” extremists contains both far-right militias and far-left anarchists. Full text.
Neiwert, David. “Pitiful ‘White Lives Matter’ rallies reveal diminished, but still dangerous, state of radical right.” Daily Kos, April 12, 2021. Full text.
Neiwert, David. “Rhodes’ speech at phony ‘border crisis’ rally shows how disinformation spreads on the right.” Daily Kos, April 1, 2021. On Oath Keepers founder/president Stewart Rhodes. Full text.
“New Initiative To Debunk Online Misinformation, Hate Speech And Conspiracy Theories Launched Today In New Zealand.” Scoop News, 4 June 2021. On a new initiative launched by non-profit group Tohatoha in partnership with the organisation behind the Social Media Analysis Toolkit (SMAT) app, co-founded by US-based researcher Emmi Bevensee. Full text.
“Nordic Resistance Movement banned in Finland – the history of the court case and what the Nazis are doing now.” Varis, 30 Jan. 2021. Mentions “Defend Finland” (NRM Telegram channel); Finns party; Adolf Hitler; Iron March (international Nazi forum); Kansallismielisten liittouma (far-right coalition consisting of the NRM, Soldiers of Odin, Finns party politicians, and Suomen Sisu); “Kansallisradikaalia toimintaa” (“radical nationalist activity”) (NRM Telegram channel); Kansallissosialistinuoret (“National Socialist Youth”) (group formed in 2019); “Kohti vapautta” (organization that is a rebranding of the NRM); the Kohti vapautta “tursaansydän” swastika; “Kukkavirta 188” (annual NRM demonstration); Simon Lindberg (current NRM leader); Klas Lund ((NRM founder and previous leader); National Action (UK Nazi organization); Nordic Resistance Movement (NRM) (pan-Nordic national socialist organization whose Finnish branch was founded in 2008); Nordisk Styrka (Swedish far-right group founded in 2019 by Klas Lund); Partisaani (website founded by the NRM in 2020); Pohjoinen Perinne ry (NRM webshop and support association); the “612” torch parade (an Independence Day event with a nationalist and neo-fascist image, co-founded by the NRM); Soldiers of Odin (far-right “vigilante group”); Suomalaisapu (“charity” association created by the NRM); Suomen Sisu (neo-fascist association); týr rune logo (traditional NRM logo); and Veren laki (”the law of blood”) (“new” Nazi group created by the NRM in February 2020, focusing on martial art training). Full text.
Norris, Sian. “Anti-Abortion, Anti-LGBTIQ Organisation Opens First University in Poland.” Byline Times, 24 May 2021. On a university to be launched in Warsaw this week by Poland’s ultra-conservative, religious-right organisation Ordo Iuris. Mentions Agenda Europe (a network seeking to undermine human rights across the region); the Alliance Defending Freedom (US religious freedom giant); Stephen Baskerville (US academic who has made controversial comments about LGBTIQ rights); Karina Bosak (Director of the Centre for Religious Freedom); Krzysztof Bosak (Polish far-right politician); Brexit; Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform UK (CBR UK); Paul Coleman (executive director of ADF International); Baroness Caroline Cox (UK member of the House of Lords); Duchess de Frankopan (author of a controversial book about Brexit and head of the university’s Department of International Law); the European Centre for Law and Justice (ECLJ) (radical-right organisation); the ‘Great Replacement’ conspiracy theory (far-right theory that EU elites encourage migration from the Global South to ‘de-Christianise’ the region); Independence Day March (annual far-right march in Warsaw); “Islamisation of the West”; Gudrun Kugler (Austrian anti-abortion activist); “LGBT-free zones”; National Media (nationalist YouTube channel); Nowy Porządek (Krzysztof Bosak’s electoral manifesto); Jay Sekulow (former Trump lawyer and ECLJ legal counsel); George Soros (billionaire philanthropist); Aleksander Stepkowski (president of the Ordo Iuris Institute for Legal Culture); Donald Trump; Lord Nicholas Windsor (a prominent anti-abortion activist); and Tymoteusz Zych (Vice President of Ordo Iuris). Full text.
Norris, Sian, and Heidi Siegmund Cuda. “The UK’s Conservative Political Figures Linked to the US Anti-Abortion Drive.” Byline Times, 24 August 2021. Mentions ADF International (European arm of Alliance Defending Freedom); Agenda Europe (a transnational organisation that seeks to “restore the natural order” in the West by rolling back abortion and LGBTIQ rights); the Alliance Defence Fund (of Alliance Defending Freedom); Alliance Defending Freedom; Atlantic Bridge (Dr Liam Fox’s think tank, which was dissolved in 2011); the Atlas Network (a group of 450 free market organisations); Philip Blond (of ResPublica); Fiona Bruce (anti-abortion Conservative MP); Denise Burke (Alliance Defending Freedom senior counsel); David Burrowes (founder of the Conservative Christian Fellowship); the Cato Institute (a radical-right initiative from the Koch Brothers); Christian Action Research Education (CARE); conversion therapy; Matthew Elliott (of the Brexit Vote Leave campaign); European Centre for Law and Justice (anti-abortion organisation); Evangelicals for Life; Nigel Farage (former UKIP and Brexit Party leader); George Farmer (Turning Point UK’s former chair and Conservative Party donor); the Federalist Society (anti-abortion think tank); Dr Liam Fox (Conservative MP); Matthew Goodwin (of the Legatum Institute); Michael Gove (Conservative MP); Chris Grayling (Conservative MP); William Hague (Conservative MP); Daniel Hannan (former MEP, prominent Brexiter and now member of the House of Lords); Heritage Foundation (US-based radical-right think tank which lobbies against abortion rights); Sir Michael Hintze (Conservative Party donor); Adolf Hitler; Charlie Hoare (of CARE); the Initiative for Free Trade (Daniel Hannan’s think tank); Sajid Javid (current Health and Social Care Secretary); the Leadership Institute (a key player in the American anti-abortion right); the Legatum Institute (a think tank set up by Baroness Philippa Stroud who has spoken against telemedicine for abortions); Leonard Leo (of the Federalist Society); Terence McKeegan (an “allied attorney with the Alliance Defence Fund”); George Osborne (Conservative MP); Candace Owens (Turning Point USA’s star speaker); Owen Paterson (former Environment Secretary); Mike Pence (former US Vice President); the Pro-Life All Parliamentary Group; ResPublica (think tank); Eric Scheidler (of Pro-Life Action League); the TaxPayers’ Alliance (a think tank set up by Matthew Elliott); Liz Truss (International Trade Secretary and Women and Equalities Minister); and Turning Point USA (right-wing youth organisation). Full text.
Norwell, Frazer. “Norway arrests three after weapons seizure linked to right-wing extremism.” The Local, 21 July 2021. On the arrests of three men who are said to have links to radical right-wing groups at the culmination of a weeks-long investigation into a network of illegal weapons sales in Norway. Full text.
Nozicka, Luke. “White supremacist who killed 3 at Jewish sites in Overland Park dies in Kansas prison.” The Kansas City Star, May 4, 2021. On F. Glenn Miller Jr., who claimed he was trying to stop “the Jewish genocide against the white race.” Full text.
Olmos, Sergio, Mike Baker, and Alan Feuer. “Even Amid a Crackdown, the Proud Boys Are Still Agitating.” The New York Times, Aug. 23, 2021. Full text.
Orr, Caroline. “Capitol Indictment Reveals Radical Right Conservative Donors Simultaneously Bankrolling Extremism and Anti-Lockdown Protests.” Byline Times, 13 June 2021. Mentions Ali Alexander (far-right conspiracy theorist and Stop The Steal organizer); the American Phoenix Project (anti-lockdown group founded by Alan Hostetter in spring 2020 that co-sponsored a rally on Jan. 5, 2021, on the steps of the Supreme Court with Virginia Women for Trump); the Boogaloo movement ; Convention of States (radical right-wing group which grew out of the Tea Party movement and which has received funding from the Mercer family and DonorsTrust); the DeVos family (conservative donors who helped bankroll the nationwide anti-lockdown movement); DonorsTrust (conservative dark money conduit which helped bankroll the nationwide anti-lockdown movement); Leigh Dundas (Orange County lawyer and anti-vaccine activist); FreedomWorks (right-wing advocacy group associated with the Tea Party movement); Alan Hostetter (ex-police chief, QAnon devotee, and the founder and director of the American Phoenix Project who was indicted in connection with the 6 January riot at the Capitol in Washington, DC); Mark Meckler (leader of the Convention of States and co-founder of the Tea Party Patriots Group); Robert Mercer (conservative billionaire); the Mercer family (conservative donors who helped bankroll the nationwide anti-lockdown movement); the Michigan Conservative Coalition (far-right group that “doubles as a front for Michigan Trump Republicans,” according to Mother Jones); the Michigan Freedom Fund (group bankrolled by the DeVos family); Michigan United For Liberty; the Oath Keepers; Open The States (organization and website launched by the Convention of States); “Operation Gridlock” (Facebook group created by the Michigan Freedom Fund and the Michigan Conservative Coalition which organized the Michigan anti-lockdown protest in April and May 2020); the Patriot movement; the Proud Boys; Robert Ramsey (secretary of the American Phoenix Project); “#ReopenAmerica Rally Planning Guide” (a publication of FreedomWorks); Dana Rohrabacher (former GOP Rep.); Morton Irvine Smith (wealthy Orange County right-wing “radical” and a member of American Phoenix Project’s board); Roger Stone (longtime Trump ally); the Stop the Steal movement (the main organizational vehicle for Trump’s election lies and a major contributor to the disinformation campaign that fueled the insurrection); Russell Taylor (an associate of the Three Percenters militia and the American Phoenix Project who was indicted in connection with the 6 January riot at the Capitol in Washington, DC); the Tea Party; Tea Party Patriots; the Three Percenters (an often violent anti-government far-right militia that formed in 2008 when Barack Obama won the presidency); Donald Trump; and Women for Trump. Full text.
Owen, Tess. “Meet GoldCorp, the Boogaloo-Linked Meme That Left Clues Behind at the US Capitol.” VICE News, March 24, 2021. Full text.
Pannett, Rachel, and Bryan Pietsch. “A far-right British commentator boasted about breaking quarantine rules, and Australia deported her.” The Washington Post, July 19, 2021. On far-right British commentator Katie Hopkins. Full text.
“A patriot or a domestic terrorist? How woman’s death in Capitol riot became politicized.” WRCBtv.com, June 18, 2021. On Ashli Babbitt’s portrayal as a martyr in right-wing social media. Full text.
“Pentagon Report Warns Extremist Groups Pose a Serious Threat to the U.S. Military.” Haaretz.com, Mar. 3, 2021. Full text.
“Police bust alleged right-wing radicals.” Newsinenglish.no, July 21, 2021. On a network of people in Norway who reportedly bought and sold illegal weapons and have ties to radical right-wing organizations. Full text.
Porter, Tom. “How Ted Cruz ended up sharing Russian far-right propaganda to attack the US military.” Business Insider, May 25, 2021. On a video shared by Texas Sen. Ted Cruz which sought to unfavorably compare a US military recruitment ad to a Russian army one. Mentions the Center for Fundamental Rights (Budapest-based center linked to the Orban government); Michael Flynn (Trump’s former national security advisor with ties to Russian state TV network RT); Groypers (white-nationalist group); Identitarian movement (European far-right movement); Krasnaya Vesnya (Russian far-right outlet); Gavin McInnes (Proud Boys founder); National Bolsheviks (Russian ultra-nationalist group); National Justice Party (US white supremacist group); OANN (far-right US network); Victor Orban (Hungary’s far-right Prime Minister and an ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin); the Proud Boys (far-right group); Rando Quaaden (a Dutch account that has posted tweets in support of the Identitarian movement); Red State (American conservative blog); Pardes Seleh (a Texas realtor who posts conservative content on Twitter); and Telegram (the encrypted messaging app that’s become a haven for extremists ousted from mainstream platforms). Full text and here.
Quinn, Ben. “Far-right candidates perform dismally across UK elections.” The Guardian, 9 May 2021. Mentions the Brexit party; Britain First (far-right group); British National party (BNP); For Britain (far-right group); Jayda Fransen (former deputy leader of Britain First); and Ukip. Full text.
“Radical rightwing parties sign eurosceptic declaration.” bne IntelliNews, July 5, 2021. On a common declaration signed on July 2 by sixteen European radical rightwing parties from the Conservatives and Reformists (ECR) and the Identity and Democracy (ID) fractions of the European Parliament that criticises the European Union for its federalist ambitions and calls for strengthening nation states. The parties that signed the declaration included Poland’s Law and Justice party, Italy’s Lega, Hungary’s Fidesz, France’s National Rally, Austria’s Freedom Party, Spain’s Vox, and Italy’s Brothers of Italy. Full text.
Ray, Siladitya. “White Supremacists And Neo-Nazis Becoming A ‘Transnational Threat’, UN Secretary-General Says.” Forbes, Feb. 22, 2021. On United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres in an address to the U.N. Human Rights Council (UNHRC). Full text.
“Right-wing extremist guilty of terrorism offence.” BBC News, 13 August 2021. On Ben John, 21, convicted of having a copy of The Anarchist Cookbook, a bomb-making instruction manual, on a computer hard drive. Full text.
Romero, Laura. “Ready for its return to app stores, Parler may become a gateway to more extreme sites, critics warn.” ABC News, April 22, 2021. Full text.
“RUSI offers internship roles on new MA programme.” Richmond, The American International University in London, July 5, 2021. Announcing that the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) will provide places for interns from the new MA Terrorism, Security and Radical Right Extremism programme, run by Richmond in association with the Centre for the Analysis of the Radical Right (CARR). Full text.
Sargent, Hilary. “Christopher Cantwell gets 41 months.” The Informant, 24 Feb. 2021. On the New Hampshire neo-Nazi podcaster, sentenced for extortion and threats directed at another neo-Nazi. Full text.
Schaenzer, Amie. “Suburban Man Runs Website For Far-Right Extremists: Report.” Patch, June 3, 2021. On MyMilitia, a popular hub for anti-government groups. Mentions Joshua Ellis (the current owner of MyMilitia.com and an organizer of anti-lockdown protests); Brian Maiorana (extremist with a profile on MyMilitia who is charged with threatening to kill and ordering others to kill protesters, politicians and law enforcement); the Oath Keepers (private paramilitary group); the Proud Boys (private paramilitary group); Kyle Rittenhouse (far-right extremist charged with first-degree intentional homicide amid protests in Kenosha, Wisconsin); Donald Trump; and the U.S. Capitol riot of Jan. 6, 2021. Full text.
Schaer, Cathrin. “Germany’s Tea Party seeks to move country to the right.” The New European, June 13, 2021. Mentions the Action Front of National Socialists (outlawed neo-Nazi group); Alternative for Germany (AfD) (an anti-immigrant, eurosceptic party founded in 2013); Brexit; Klaus Dageförde (CDU member and Otte’s deputy at the Werte Union who was involved with the Action Front of National Socialists, in the 1980s); Stephan Ernst (extremist with links to the German branch of the neo-Nazi terrorist group Combat 18 who was later convicted of the killing of German politician Walter Lübcke); Max Otte (a member of Angela Merkel’s CDU party and head of the Werte Union who was close to the AfD); the US Tea Party (hardline conservative movement within the US’ Republican party, widely seen as paving the way for Donald Trump’s presidency); and the Werte Union (the Union for Values) (group founded in 2017 which advocates for the fundamental, conservative values that the CDU is supposedly based upon). Full text.
Schooling, Ceri. “UK’s first MA programme specialising in Radical Right Extremism launched as joint initiative By Richmond and CARR.” FE News, 14 April 2021. Full text.
Scott, Mark. “Western far-right groups claim Taliban victory as their own.” POLITICO, August 18, 2021. Full text.
Shuster, Simon, and Billy Perrigo. “Like, Share, Recruit: How a White-Supremacist Militia Uses Facebook to Radicalize and Train New Members.” Time, January 7, 2021. On the Azov movement, a Ukrainian militant group which has trained and inspired white supremacists from around the world. Full text.
Smith, Patrick. “As Covid risk dwindles in Europe, police warn of renewed terrorist threats.” NBC News, May 30, 2021. Mentions anti-authority, anti-lockdown movements; 5G conspiracy theory (a conspiracy theory which apparently inspired attacks on 5G cell towers in England in April 2020); and Telegram (social media platforms with flourishing conspiracy theory networks). Full text.
Smith-Spark, Laura. “A far-right extremist killed 77 people in Norway. A decade on, ‘the hatred is still out there’ but attacker’s influence is seen as low.” CNN, July 22, 2021. Full text.
Steakin, Will. “How the far-right group behind AFPAC is using Twitter to grow its movement.” ABC News, March 12, 2021. On Nicholas Fuentes, a far-right online streamer who founded the America First Political Action Conference (AFPAC) and the “Groyper” movement, a loose coalition of mostly young far-right extremists. Full text.
Stone, Peter. “Trump loyalists team up with anti-vax doctors for ‘health and freedom’ tour.” The Guardian, 3 Sept. 2021. On the conservative “ReAwaken America” tour, featuring ex-general Michael Flynn and top Donald Trump loyalist donors. Mentions America’s Frontline Doctors (rightist group, formed in 2020, that garnered attention for touting dubious Covid-19 cures such as ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine); Patrick Byrne (former chief of Overstock); Clay Clark (a Tulsa, Oklahoma, media figure and Christian entrepreneur); Simone Gold (vaccine skeptic and leader of America’s Frontline Doctors who was charged for taking part in the Capitol riot); Stella Immanuel (a Houston doctor who suggested that America’s health problems were linked to alien DNA and sperm from demons); Scott Jensen (Minnesota doctor who claimed that doctors were overcounting Covid cases for their own financial gain); Charlie Kirk (Turning Point USA leader); Mike Lindell (chief executive of MyPillow and Trump donor); Qanon; Roger Stone (longtime Trump adviser); Tea Party Patriots; and Turning Point USA (pro-Trump youth group). Full text.
Stubley, Peter. “Tommy Robinson ‘threatened Independent journalist in bid to prevent publication of story.’” The Independent, 19 March 2021. On Tommy Robinson’s being issued with a stalking prevention order after threatening Lizzie Dearden, an Independent journalist. Full text.
Teitel, Emma. “USA: Court Sentences ‘Proud Boys’ Leader to Prison Term.” The News Mansion, August 24, 2021. On Henry “Enrique” Tarrio, sentenced by a court in Washington to three years probation for his involvement in burning a “Black Lives Matter”banner stolen from a church by members of his group in December on the sidelines of a demonstration against US President Donald Trump’s election defeat in Washington. Full text.
“This Fascist Life: Radical Right Movements in Interwar Europe, 6 October 2021 – 4 February 2022.” The Wiener Holocaust Library E-Newsletter (September 2021). Announcing a new temporary exhibition. Full text.
“This Fascist Life: Radical Right Movements in Interwar Europe. The Wiener Holocaust Library, 6 October 2021-4 February 2022.” Announcing a new temporary exhibition. Full text.
Thompson, Elizabeth. “Bernier’s talk of ‘tyranny’ echoes far right militia group’s slogan, say experts.” CBC News, Sept. 10, 2021. On the repeated use by People’s Party of Canada Leader Maxime Bernier of the phrase “When tyranny becomes law, revolution becomes our duty”—a phrase similar to the Three Percenters’ slogan. Full text.
Thompson, Elizabeth. “Canadian right-wing extremism increased online during the pandemic.” CBC News, July 20, 2021. Mentions “accelerationism” (the belief that societal collapse should be hastened through violence to allow a white ethnostate to be built); BitChute (an alternative video hosting platform to which the Proud Boys frequently posted throughout 2020); the Canadian Proud Boys (far-right group, designated as a terrorist entity in February 2021); 4chan (social media site and a hub for extremist activity); Gab (a popular platform for white supremacists and ethnonationalists); Telegram (social media site); Donald Trump; and the U.S. Capitol riot. Full text.
Tribou, Doug, and Lauren Talley, “Sealed papers of anti-immigration activist John Tanton at the center of lawsuit against UM.” Michigan Radio, Jan. 29, 2021. Full text.
“UK’S First MA Programme Specialising in Radical Right Extremism Launched as Joint Initiative by Richmond and CARR.” Richmond, The American International University in London, April 13, 2021. Announcing that the MA in Terrorism, Security and Radical Right Extremism has been developed by Richmond, The American International University in London, in association with the Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right (CARR). Full text.
Valentino-DeVries, Jennifer, Denise Lu, Eleanor Lutz, and Alex Leeds Matthews. “A Small Group of Militants’ Outsize Role in the Capitol Attack.” The New York Times, Feb. 21, 2021. On the presence of far-right extremist groups, including the Oath Keepers, the Proud Boys, anti-government Three Percenters militia, and neo-Confederate and white supremacist entities at the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021. Full text.
Verbin, Dan. “Australian judge: Neo-Nazi poses terror risk if let out of jail.” Israel National News, Aug 27 , 2021. On Michael Holt, described by media as a “radicalized white supremacist,” who was given a 28-day interim detention after his current sentence for firearms offenses expires on September 9. Holt is an adherent of the Christian Separatist Church whose belief is that the “the white race is superior to other races.” Its members display “open hatred towards Judaism.” Full text.
Volk, Steve. “The Enemy Within: Race and White Supremacy in American Policing.” Rolling Stone, May 12, 2021. Full text.
“‘We are not alone’: Legacies of Eugenics.” The Wiener Holocaust Library, 21 September 2021 – 30 September 2021. Announcing a new temporary exhibition, curated by Marius Turda. Full text.
Weill, Kelly. “An Entire County Just Paid Thousands to Join a Far-Right Group.” The Daily Beast, May. 14, 2021. On Lander County, Nevada, whose board of commissioners voted to pay a $2,500 lifetime membership fee to join the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association (CSPOA), a right-wing group launched in 2011 that promotes sheriffs as the last bastion of freedom and safety in Joe Biden’s America. Mentions Joe Arpaio (former Maricopa County, Arizona sheriff); David Clarke (former Milwaukee County, Wisconsin sheriff); Simone Gold (a hydroxychloroquine-hyping doctor accused of participating in the Jan. 6 riot); Dar Leaf (Barry County, Michigan sheriff); Richard Mack (founder of the CSPOA); “mamalitia” (mama militia); the Oath Keepers (a far-right paramilitary group deeply implicated in the Jan. 6 Capitol attack); and the United States Capitol riot of Jan. 6, 2021. Full text.
“William Regnery, who funded right-wing extremism, dies at 80.” The Seattle Times, July 17, 2021. On William H. Regnery II, founder of the National Policy Institute and the Charles Martel Society. Mentions the alt-right (an offshoot of conservatism mixing racism, white nationalism, anti-Semitism and populism); the America First Committee (group which sought to keep the United States out of World War II); Charles Martel (the man credited with “saving Europe” by defeating an invading Muslim force at the Battle of Tours in 734); the Charles Martel Society (nonprofit group named in honor of Charles Martel and publisher of The Occidental Quarterly); the National Policy Institute (likely-defunct institute recently ordered by a court to pay $2.4 million in damages to a Ohio man injured at the Unite the Right rally); The Occidental Quarterly; Henry Regnery (Regnery’s uncle and founder of Regnery Publishing); William H. Regnery (Regnery’s grandfather and a founding member of the America First Committee); Regnery Publishing (publisher of books by a range of conservative voices); Richard Spencer (alt-right figure and former head of the National Policy Institute); Donald Trump (former President); and the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. Full text.
Wilson, Eliot. “A study in terror: new degree programme opens in London.” Culturall, June 23, 2021. On the new masters programme in terrorism, security and radical right extremism, offered by Richmond, the American International University in London, and designed and taught in association with the Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right. Full text.
Winter, Tom. “16 members of Florida white supremacist gang charged in sweeping indictment.:” NBC News, July 15, 2021. On the Unforgiven, a Florida-based white supremacist prison gang with a political branch called Route 21. Full text.
Woodward, Alex. “DHS updated terror bulletin over online calls for violence days before ‘bomb’ threat.” The Independent, 19 August 2021. Full text.
Woodward, Alex. “9-11 anniversary and religious holidays could be ‘catalyst’ for targeted terror attacks, DHS warns.” The Independent, 13 August 2021. Full text.
Yousef, Odette. “A Website That’s Become A Hub For Far-Right Extremists Is Run By A Suburban Chicago Man.” WBEZ Chicago, June 2, 2021. On the MyMilitia website, whose far right extremist users share violent rhetoric and conspiracies. Mentions civil war; Joshua Ellis (rightwing activist, owner of the MyMilitia website, and organizer of anti-lockdown protests and rallies in support of Kyle Rittenhouse); Michael Hari (Central Illinois man and registered user of the MyMilitia site who was convicted of bombing a mosque in Minnesota in 2017); Brian Maiorana (Staten Island man and poster on MyMilitia who was arrested for allegedly making online threats to kill protesters, police and New York Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.)); Oath Keepers (private anti-government paramilitary group); Parler (platform similar to Twitter for a largely conservative audience); Seth Aaron Pendley (Texas man and poster on MyMilitia who was arrested for allegedly plotting to blow up an Amazon Data Center in Virginia); the Proud Boys (private anti-government paramilitary group); Kyle Rittenhouse (Antioch teenager charged with killing two people at protests in Kenosha, Wisconsin, after police shot Jacob Blake, a Black man); Three Percenters (private anti-government paramilitary group); Donald Trump (former President banned by Twitter); U.S. Capitol riot of Jan. 6, 2021; and We The People Three Percent (Illinois paramilitary group). Full text.
BLOG POSTS AND OPINION PIECES
Ackerman, Spencer. “How the War on Terror Gave Us Trump.” Rolling Stone, September 11, 2021. From Reign of Terror: How the 9/11 Era Destabilized America and Produced Trump, by Spencer Ackerman. Full text.
Ackerman, Spencer. “The White Christian Nationalism Behind the Worst Terrorist Attack in American History.” Literary Hub, August 10, 2021. On the Oklahoma City bombing. From Reign of Terror: How the 9/11 Era Destabilized America and Produced Trump, by Spencer Ackerman. Full text.
Aguilera-Carnerero, Carmen. “‘The Jew Is To Blame’: Young Neo-Fascists In Spain Spark Outrage.” Rantt, April 16, 2021. Full text.
Aleem, Zeeshan. “Why Afghanistan’s collapse is an opportunity for far-right racists.” MSNBC, Aug. 19, 2021. Full text.
Allchorn, William. “From Gangs to Groupuscules & Solo-Actor Terrorism: New Zealand Far-Right Narratives and Counter-Narratives in the Context of the Christchurch Attack.” Insights – GNET – Global Network on Extremism & Technology, 26 April 2021. Full text and here.
Allchorn, William. “The Role of Conspiratorial Narratives in the Violent Radicalisation of Right-Wing Lone Actors.” Insights – GNET – Global Network on Extremism & Technology, 7 June 2021. Full text and here.
Allen, Josh. “Change of leadership not likely to be a source of massive change for the Finns Party.” Populism in Action, 24 June 2021. Full text.
Allen, Josh. “How Belgium’s Vlaams Belang Leads the Way in Digital Politics.” Populism in Action, 30 March 2021. Full text.
Alsawadi, Omar. “European far-Right populism and ISIS: Two sides of the same coin?” openDemocracy, 26 March 2021. Full text.
Arbuthnot, Sean. “Can Community Engagement Counter The Radical Right?” Rantt, February 17, 2021. Full text.
Bachelard, Michael. “What is a neo-Nazi?” The Sydney Morning Herald, August 16, 2021. Mentions “accelerationists” (people who believe the collapse of society as we know it can be sped up by acts of violence and chaos); The Base (overseas violent radical right-wing terror organisation); “blood and honour” (neo-Nazi chant); “blood and soil” (Nazi slogan); Combat 18 (overseas violent radical right-wing terror organisation); Adolf Hitler; the Holocaust (an attempt to wipe Jewish, Gypsy and homosexual “blood” out of the parts of Europe controlled by the Nazis, as well as that of other groups and European races they considered inferior, or who were in the way of German occupation of Europe); Ku Klux Klan (racist American organisation responsible for lynchings and killings of African Americans); Mein Kampf (book by Adolf Hitler); National Socialist Network (Australian “accelerationist” neo-Nazi group); the Nazi Party; the Proud Boys (overseas violent radical right-wing terror organisation); the riots at the US Capitol (the storming of the Capitol building in January 2021); the “stealing” of the 2020 US presidential election; Brenton Tarrant (the Australian who committed the mosque murders in Christchurch, New Zealand, in 2019); and Donald Trump. Full text.
Baldét, Will. “The ecology of extremism.” CapX, 6 May 2021. Full text.
Baldet, Will. “Safeguarding and Radicalization After COVID.” European Eye on Radicalization, 19 July 2021. Full text.
Bale, Tim, and Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser. Riding the populist wave: Europe’s mainstream right in crisis.” LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog, September 13, 2021. Full text.
Bellaiche, Julien. “Connecting the Fringes: Neo-Nazi Glorification of Salafi-Jihadi.” Representations Online.” GNET – Insights (Global Network on Extremism & Technology), 24 August 2021. Full text.
Berkowitz, Bill. “’Cultural Marxism,’ a Right-Wing Conspiracy Theory w/an Anti-Semitic Twist, is Again Catching On.” Daily Kos, June 15, 2021. Mentions Accuracy in Academia (right-wing watchdog group); Theodor Adorno (Frankfurt School philosopher); America Independent Party (George Wallace’s party); American Free Press (anti-Semitic publication); American Legislative Exchange Council (corporate-sponsored association of hundreds of conservative lawmakers); Americans for Immigration Control (hate group); Gerald Atkinson (retired naval commander); Barnes Review (anti-Semitic journal); Walter Benjamin (Frankfurt School philosopher); F.C. Blahut (American Free Press writer); Pat Buchanan (white nationalist, television commentator, and Reform Party presidential candidate); George H. W. Bush; Center for the Study of Popular Culture (Los Angeles-based center); Christian Coalition (Pat Robertson’s conservative coalition); the Confederate flag; Council of Conservative Citizens (white supremacist group); Critical Race Theory; Cultural Conservatism: Toward a New National Agenda (1987 book by FCF); Cultural Conservatism: Theory and Practice (anthology by FCF); “cultural Marxism” (conspiracy theory that posits that the so-called “Frankfurt School” of philosophers who fled Germany in the 1930s for the United States planned to subvert Christian culture); The Culture of Critique: An Evolutionary Analysis of Jewish Involvement in Twentieth-Century Intellectual and Social Movements (book by Kevin MacDonald); The Death of the West (book by Pat Buchanan); “de-Christianization” of America; Jerry Falwell; Free Congress Foundation (FCF) (Washington-based conservative think tank); Erich Fromm (Frankfurt School philosopher); Heritage Foundation (powerful think tank in Washington); Charlton Heston (former National Rifle Association spokesman); Holocaust denial; homophobia; Max Horkheimer (Frankfurt School philosopher); David Horowitz (leftist-turned-right-winger who heads the Center for the Study of Popular Culture and editor of FrontPageMagazine.com); identity politics; David Irving (Holocaust denier); Laurence Jarvik (Heritage Foundation scholar); Jim Kibler (professor of Southern literature at the University of Georgia); the League of the South (“pro-South” hate group); William Lind (a principal of the Free Congress Foundation and a key popularizer of the idea of cultural Marxism); Kevin MacDonald (California State University-Long Beach evolutionary biologist); Herbert Marcuse (Frankfurt School philosopher); McCarthyism; Moral Majority (Rev. Jerry Falwell’s conservative coalition); National Rifle Association; New South; Political Correctness; “Political Correctness: The Dirty Little Secret” (FCF videotape); QAnon; Paul Craig Roberts (syndicated conservative columnist who is connected to several right-wing think tanks); Pat Robertson; Franklin Sanders (writer for the League of the South’s Web page); Social Justice Warriors; University of Pennsylvania; John Vinson (immigration activist and leader of Americans for Immigration Control); George Wallace; Washington Times; Western civilization; “Western culture”; Paul Weyrich (far-right political strategist and a founder of the American Legislative Exchange Council); white supremacy; and “wokeness.” Full text.
Betz, Hans-Georg, “ Beware! Populism in Conjunction with Conspiracy Theories Might be Bad for Your Health (Part 1).” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, February 1, 2021. Full text.
Betz, Hans-Georg, “ Beware! Populism in Conjunction with Conspiracy Theories Might be Bad for Your Health (Part 2).” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, February 2, 2021. Full text.
Betz, Hans-Georg, “ Beware! Populism in Conjunction with Conspiracy Theories Might be Bad for Your Health (Part 3).” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, February 3, 2021. Full text.
Betz, Hans-Georg. “We Are Not Worthless: Resentment, Misrecognition and Populist Mobilization.” Fair Observer, July 12, 2021. Full text.
Bichay, Nicholas. “Portfolio Distributions of Radical-Right Cabinet Ministers.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, January 18, 2021. Full text.
Bischoff, Kristian. “Anti-lockdown conspiracies and social media pages are driving extremist right-wing recruitment.” Risk Intelligence, 3 June 2021. Full text.
Bjork-James, Sophie. “The FBI’s 2020 Hate Crime Report Shows 12-Year High, But Spotlights Underreporting.” Rantt, September 7, 2021. Full text.
Bokhari, Laila. “IntelBrief: The Legacy of 9/11 in Norway and Northern Europe: An Evolving and More Multifaceted Landscape.” Part of the 9/11 Anniversary IntelBrief Series. IntelBrief – The Soufan Center, September 7, 2021. Full text.
Bolet, Diane. “How Pubs Drive Support For Far-Right Parties.” New Politic, 21 August 2021. Full text.
Bolet, Diane. “The link between local pub closures and support for UKIP.” The Conversation, July 30, 2021. Full text.
“The Boogaloo Movement – From Eccentric Distraction to Domestic Terror.” The Cipher Brief (The Soufan Center), July 8, 2021. Full text.
Brace, Lewys. “The Role of the Chans in the Far-Right Online Ecosystem.” Insights – GNET – Global Network on Extremism & Technology, 1 April 2021. Full text.
Brownstein, Ronald. “How the GOP Surrendered to Extremism.” The Atlantic, February 4, 2021. Mentions American Opinion (Robert Welch’s monthly magazine); anti-civil-rights movement; anti-fluoridation of water; anti-globalism; anti-Supreme Court Justice Earl Warren; anti-UN; William F. Buckley Jr. (conservative intellectual and founder of National Review); The Bulwark (right-leaning anti-Trump outlet); Tucker Carlson; Fox News; Barry Goldwater (arch-conservative senator from Arizona and Republican Party presidential nominee in 1964); Marjorie Taylor Greene; the Hollywood blacklist; the House Un-American Activities Committee; the John Birch Society (far-right grassroots group obsessed with the alleged communist infiltration of America); Bill Kristol (conservative political strategist); the Ku Klux Klan; Joseph McCarthy; the National Association of Manufacturers; National Review (a leading journal for the right); the Never Trump movement (conservative movement); the 1950s Red Scare; Richard Nixon; prayer in school; pro-local police; the Proud Boys; Qanon; Ronald Reagan; Nelson Rockefeller (New York Governor); science denialism; Donald Trump; and Robert Welch (John Birch Society founder). Full text.
Bruno, Valerio Alfonso, and Vittorio Emanuele Parsi. “Can Italy’s centre-right coalition recover from far-right influence?” Social Europe, May 13, 2021. Full text.
Bruno, Valerio Alfonso, James F. Downes, and Alessio Scopelliti. “Warning signs: From Northern to Southern Italy, the Radical Right Fratelli d’Italia is on the march.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, May 28, 2021. Full text.
Burley, Shane. “Soros, ‘Cultural Marxism’ and QAnon: How the GOP Is Energizing and Entrenching Antisemitism in America.” Haaretz.com, Feb. 24, 2021. Mentions the blood libel (the accusation that Jews needed Christian children’s blood for their rituals); the Christchurch shooter (shooter who murdered 51 people in a New Zealand mosque in 2019); “conversos” (Jews subjected to forced conversions to Christianity); “cultural Marxism” (an elastic term used to blame the largely Jewish pre-war Frankfurt School “critical theory” philosophers, some of whom found sanctuary in the U.S., for disseminating the identity politics and political correctness that, they say, threaten the survival of the Christian West); Ted Cruz; the “elites” (a vaguely defined concept resting on the belief that a shadowy cabal, drawn together by opaque interests and secret allegiances, controls our politics, media and reality); “globalist” bankers; Marjorie Taylor Greene; Jewish space lasers conspiracy theory (the theory that a Rothschild-funded space laser could have been responsible for 2020’s rash of West Coast forest fires); the Judeobolshevik fantasy; Mein Kampf (Hitler); the National Review (voice of America’s conservative movement in the 1950s); Robert Keith Packer (U.S. Capitol rioter wearing a “Camp Auschwitz” sweatshirt); The Protocols of the Elders of Zion (a forgery claiming to be the minutes of a secret cabal of Jews planning the destruction of Western nations in order to reap the benefits); Qanon (conspiracy theory alleging that a secret cabal of satanic pedophiles control the government, trafficking in and sacrificing children for their blood); the Rothschilds (Jewish banking family accused by 1818 of manipulating military losses to make money); George Soros (center-left Jewish philanthropist often accused of funding Antifa, immigrant caravans, Black Lives Matter, “anti-Israel…left-wing movements worldwide” and the Parkland massacre anti-gun activists); the Tea Party; the Unite the White rally (2017 Charlottesville neo-Nazi rally); and the “white genocide” conspiracy theory (the idea that a cabal of Jews is orchestrating the destruction of the Christian West through mass non-white immigration). Full text.
Busemeyer, Marius, and Philip Rathgeb. “The radical right is not a pro-welfare party.” Social Europe, 7 April 2021. Full text.
Camus, Jean-Yves. “The Dangers of France’s New Radical Right Conspiracist Guru: The case of Mia Montemaggi and the Conspiracy theorist Rémy Daillet-Wiedemann.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, September 15, 2021. Full text.
Camus, Jean-Yves. “Génération Identitaire ban could rally supporters of the radical right in France.” openDemocracy, 11 Mar. 2021. On the banning of the radical right movement Génération Identitaire (GI) by the French government on 3 March. Full text and here.
Cannon, Maddie. “Preventing progress: tracing the coloniality of Britain’s counterterrorism strategy.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, July 2, 2021. Full text.
Cannon, Maddie. “Youth and the Radical Right: How Young Women are Advancing the Far-Right.” Naked Politics, May 14, 2021. The second of a new series of articles on “Youth and the Radical Right.” Full text.
Carter, Rosie. “Why economic hardship could fuel support for the far-right in Wales.” Nation.Cymru, 6 Sept. 2021. Full text.
Carter, Zachary D. “The End of Friedmanomics.” The New Republic, June 17, 2021. Mentions America First (right-wing isolationist group); Brown v. Board of Education (1954 Supreme Court decision that prohibited segregation in public schools); William F. Buckley; Capitalism and Freedom (1962 book by Friedman); the Civil Rights Act; Dwight D. Eisenhower; Foundation for Economic Education (postwar anti-New Deal right-wing organization); Barry Goldwater (far-right Arizona senator and 1964 presidential candidate); Friedrich Hayek (neoliberal economist); Jim Crow; Frank Knight (conservative University of Chicago economist); Harold Luhnow (Kansas City home furnishing heir who financed Holocaust-deniers); John Stuart Mill; Mont Pèlerin Society (group of leading neoliberals); National Review (William F. Buckley’s magazine); “neoliberalism” (fringe right-wing intellectual movement that Friedman joined in 1946); Richard Nixon; Ronald Reagan; The Road to Serfdom (Friedrich Hayek’s 1944 political tract); Lionel Robbins (British economist); Nelson Rockefeller; George Romney; Henry Simons (conservative University of Chicago economist); Donald Trump; and Ludwig von Mises. Full text.
Chait, Jonathan. “GOP Congresswoman Blamed Wildfires on Secret Jewish Space Laser.” Intelligencer – New York Magazine, Jan. 28, 2021. On Marjorie Taylor Greene. Mentions Jewish space laser conspiracy theory (wildfires in California were not natural but were started by lasers or blue beams of light beamed by secret space solar generators operated by PG&E, in conjunction with the Rothschilds, in order to burn down trees and thereby reduce land value for a high-speed rail project); the QAnon conspiracy theory (a theory which holds that Donald Trump is secretly fighting a worldwide child-sex-slavery ring that was supposed to culminate in the mass arrest of his political opposition); the Rothschild family (family which has featured heavily in anti-Semitic conspiracy theories since at least the 19th century); and George Soros (alleged mastermind of a global conspiracy to spread left-wing ideology). Full text.
Christou, Miranda. “The Women of Golden Dawn.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, February 12, 2021. Full text.
Cioflâncă, Adrian. “Ten Factors that Encourage Extremism.” Translated by Roland Clark. Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, April 6, 2021. Free online. Originally published as “10 factori care încurajează extremismul,” Scena 9, 30 martie 2021. Free online.
Citarella, Joshua. “Memetic Tactics: The Slow Red Pill.’” Do Not Research, 14 July 2021. On the technique practiced by some by extreme-right groups of incrementally exposing their mainstream conservative audience to radical content. Mentions the “Great Replacement” (the theory of shifting demographics orchestrated by nefarious transnational elites) and red-pill (something that opens your eyes to a hidden political “truth”). Full text and here and here.
Clarke-Ezzidio, Harry, and Aisha Majid. “How the far right is radicalising British children.” New Statesman, 9 June 2021. Mentions Nigel Bromage (former member of British far-right groups and founder of Exit UK); Combat-18 (British far-right group); Exit UK (an organisation that supports those looking to leave the far right); and the National Front (British far-right group). Full text.
Comerford, Milo, Jakob Guhl, and Elise Thomas. “Two Years On: Understanding the Resonance of the Christchurch Attack on Imageboard Sites.” Insights – GNET – Global Network on Extremism & Technology, 24 March 2021. Presenting prominent narratives related to Christchurch attack across 4chan, 8kun (the successor to 8chan) and 16chan. Full text.
Conway, Maura. “Online Extremism and Terrorism Researcher Security and Privacy: Some Practical Advice.” Insights – GNET – Global Network on Extremism & Technology, 19 February 2021. Full text.
Conway, Maura. “Why Deplatforming the Extreme Right is a Lot More Challenging than Deplatforming IS.” Insights – GNET – Global Network on Extremism & Technology, 15 January 2021. Full text.
Crenshaw, Martha. “Will Insurrection Lead to Terrorism?” The New York Times, Feb. 10, 2021. Full text.
Criezis, Meili, and Kesa White. “Insurrection Snapshot: Emerging Narrative Themes Following the January 6 Storming of the US Capitol.” GNET – Insights (Global Network on Extremism & Technology), 13 August 2021. Full text.
Cunningham, Maurice. “Phony Parent Groups Lead Attacks on Critical Race Theory.” Diane Ravitch’s blog, July 31, 2021. Mentions Bader Family Foundation; Eli Broad; Campus Fix (conservative outlet); Campus Reform; Tucker Carlson; Cato Institute; Center for Media and Democracy; Claremont Institute; William Consovoy (conservative lawyer who represents Donald Trump and clerked for Justice Clarence Thomas); Council for National Policy (right wing clearing house organization); Critical Race Theory (CRT); Betsy DeVos; the Education Post (an online publication originally funded by Eli Broad); Families for Excellent Schools; The Federalist (conservative outlet); Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund; Elana Yaron Fishbein (NLTE founder); the Fordham Institute; Fox News (conservative outlet); Franklin Center (Koch network funded operation); Sean Hannity; Home School Legal Defense Association; the Independent Women’s Forum (Koch network funded operation); Judicial Education Project; Megyn Kelly (former Fox host); Quisha King (Northeast Florida co-chair of Moms for Liberty and a GOP political consultant); Charles Koch; Charles Koch Institute; the Kochs; Leadership Institute (right wing clearing house organization); Massachusetts Parents United (Walton backed organization); Shawn McBreairty (No Left Turn Maine member); Media Matters; Moms for Liberty; National Parents Union (NPU); National Philanthropic Trust; Nicole Neily (PDE president and libertarian and conservative political advocate); No Left Turn in Education (NLTE); Parents Defending Education (PDE); Republican National Committee; Keri Rodrigues (“mom-in-chief” of Massachusetts Parents United); Christopher Rufo (anti-CRT bard); Erika Sanzi (PDE outreach director); Elizabeth Schultz (PDE senior fellow and former Trump appointee to the Department of Education); Speech First association (Koch network funded operation); Clarence Thomas; Donald Trump; Vela Education Fund (joint venture of the Charles Koch Institute and the Walton Family Foundation); Walton Family Foundation; the Waltons; and Washington Times (conservative outlet). Full text.
“David Irving.” Southern Poverty Law Center Extremist Files – Extremists, 2021. Full text.
de Ghantuz Cubbe, Giovanni. “How the Italian radical right has framed immigration during the pandemic.” LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog, September 6, 2021. Full text.
Deacon, Michael. “Why the Dickens should we make criminals read classics?” The Telegraph, 4 September 2021. On the sentencing of Ben John, a 21-year-old white supremacist who was found to have downloaded instructions for making a bomb. Full text.
DeCook, Julia. “The Atlanta Shootings Reveal A Blind Spot In Far-Right Studies.” Rantt, April 6, 2021. Full text.
DeCook, Julia. “The White Supremacist Insurgency Was Always America’s Biggest Threat.” Rantt, March 24, 2021. Full text.
Derysh, Igor. “Arizona’s Rep. Paul Gosar: GOP’s leading ambassador to white supremacy.” Salon.com, March 3, 2021. Full text.
Dolan, Lucas, and Simon Frankel Pratt. “Fascism Starts With Paramilitary Ties to Mainstream Parties.” Foreign Policy, March 10, 2021. Full text.
Downes, Callum. “Stereotype threat and the opponents of far right demonstrations.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, August 19, 2021. Full text.
Downes, James F. “Centre-Right Party Electoral Success on Immigration in Europe: Diverse Macro-Economic & Macro-Political Contexts in the 21st Century.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, August 12, 2021. Full text.
Ðureinović, Jelena. “Why Do the Radical Right And Populists In Serbia Celebrate Antifascism?” Rantt, March 23, 2021. Full text.
Engel, Valery. “Legislation and Law Enforcement Practices in the OSCE area. Main tendences in the Fighting of Extremism, 2018-20.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, September 9, 2021. Full text.
Eyes on the Right. “In Unearthed Audio, Laura Loomer Calls Herself ‘Pro-White Nationalism.’” Angry White Men, March 7, 2021. Mentions James Allsup; the “alt-right”; America First Political Action Conference (a white nationalist gathering held in Orlando, FL); Amerika (white supremacist website); Osama bin Laden (al-Qaeda leader); Anders Breivik (neo-Nazi terrorist who murdered 77 people Norway); ethnonationalism; “ethnostate” for white people; Iron March (defunct Neo-Nazi forum); Libertarian National Socialist Green Party (LNSGP) (Nazi website); Laura Loomer (anti-Muslim and pro-white nationalism activist); Michelle Malkin; Nationalist Public Radio (Brett Stevens’ podcast); James Price (Nationalist Public Radio co-host); Richard Spencer; Brett Stevens (neo-reactionary author and Amerika.org proprietor); the “Unite the Right” rally (deadly white supremacist in Charlottesville, VA , in 2017); Jeffrey Weise (a 16-year-old who murdered 9 people at Red Lake, MN, in 2005 and a poster on LNSGP’s forum); the white nationalist movement; and Lauren Witzke (far-right politician with white nationalist ties). Full text.
Favero, Adrian. “Leaders vs. Members: Can the Swiss People’s Party Deal with the Tension?” Populism in Action, 22 March 2021. Full text.
“February 2021 update.” Terrorist Content Analytics Platform, Mar. 4, 2021. Full text.
Feldman, Matthew. “Two years on, we’re still failing the victims of the El Paso massacre.” openDemocracy, 3 August 2021. Full text.
Ferrero, Àngel. “Europe’s Far Right Stands for Business Owners, Not Workers.” Jacobin, Aug. 28, 2021. Full text.
Fielitz, Maik. “CARR Blog series on Golden Dawn – Part 1 – The Years of Purity.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, January 12, 2021. Full text.
Fielitz, Maik. “How The Far Right Is Going Liquid.” Rantt, June 28, 2021. Full text.
Fielitz, Maik, and Holger Marcks. “When Counter-Speech Backfires: The Pitfalls of Strategic Online Interaction.” Insights – GNET – Global Network on Extremism & Technology, 26 July 2021. Full text.
Forchtner, Bernhard. “The Far-Right Is Now Using Comic Books To Spread Their Ideology.” Rantt, June 24, 2021. Full text.
Forchtner, Bernhard. “What Is the “Great Reset”?” Fair Observer, May 21, 2021. On “the great reset” (TGR) conspiracy theory, according to which the “globalists” of the World Economic Forum started The Great Reset initiative in 2020 to rebuild and take control of the world economy after the COVID-19 crisis. Full text.
Goldberg, Michelle. “The Right-Wingers Who Admire the Taliban.” The New York Times, Aug. 27, 2021. Mentions the alt-right; the Boogaloo Bois (civil war-hungry group); Tucker Carlson (Fox host and the most important nationalist voice in America); Nick Fuentes (white supremacist); Matt Gaetz (Florida Republican); Paul Gosar (Arizona Republican congressman); Josh Hawley; Yoram Hazony (an influential nationalist intellectual); incels; Michelle Malkin (anti-immigrant pundit); the Proud Boys; Qanon; Telegram (encrypted app); Peter Thiel; and Donald Trump. Full text and here.
Goldenberg, Matthew. “The Rise of the True Fan: Hate Groups, Radicalization, and Star Wars.” CTEC Newsletter 3 (March/April 2021). Full text.
Goldstein, Ariel. “Brazil leads the third wave of the Latin American far right.” “RightNow!” blog, C-REX – Center for Research on Extremism, Mar. 1, 2021. Full text.
Goldstein, Ivo. “A collage of lies: the Croatian right’s Holocaust revisionism.” Jerusalem Post, August 21, 2021. Full text.
Green, Jordan. “’The mask slips’: Proud Boys joining white supremacists in ‘White Lives Matter’ rallies across the US.” Alternet.org, March 31, 2021. Full text.
Gurski, Phil. “Listing the Proud Boys as a ‘terrorist entity’ is mostly about politics.” Borealis Threat and Risk Consulting, January 13, 2021. Full text.
Habersack, Fabian. “How mainstream parties respond to the populist challenge.” The Loop (European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR)), May 27, 2021. Full text.
Hall, Abigail R. “Far-right extremism: An overlooked cost of the war on terror.” The Hill, 9 Sept. 2021. Full text.
Hamid, Nafees. “The Neuroscience of ‘Devoted Actors’ Within Extremist Groups.” Newlines Magazine, March 1, 2021. On “identity fusion” and “sacred values” as components of the psychology of “devoted actors,” those who are willing to fight and die for a cause. Full text.
Hayden, Michael Edison. “Chauvin Trial Inspires Racist Conspiracy Theories.” Hatewatch – Southern Poverty Law Center, April 25, 2021. Full text.
Hayden, Michael Edison. “’We Make Mistakes’: Twitter’s Embrace of the Extreme Far Right.” Hatewatch – Southern Poverty Law Center, July 7, 2021. Mentions Ali Alexander (far-right activist who galvanized the “Stop the Steal” protests after Trump’s electoral defeat); America First Political Action Conference (AFPAC) (Fuentes’ yearly conference); Mike Cernovich (internet personality and disinformation peddler); civil war; Democratic Football Lads Alliance (UK far-right group); English Defence League; Cassandra Fairbanks (extreme far-right pundit); Nick Fuentes (livestreamer banned by YouTube, Facebook, and PayPal); Norman Asa Garrison III (alias Spectre) (white supremacist troll); The Gateway Pundit (junk news website); Matthew Q. Gebert (suspended State Department official and a white nationalist); Marjorie Taylor Greene (hate group-linked congressperson and Twitter celebrity); Scott Greer (white nationalist); Jim Hoft (editor of The Gateway Pundit); Infowars (fringe conspiracy theory site); Alex Jones (of Infowars; suspended by Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, Spotify, and Apple); Joseph Jordan (“Eric Striker”) (neo-Nazi who edits and writes for a junk news website); The Lancaster Patriot (reactionary, self-run website); Gavin McInnes (Proud Boys founder); Stefan Molyneux (white supremacist and social-media personality permanently suspended by Twitter in 2020); the Oath Keepers (violent far-right group); Henrik Palmgren (Red Ice host); Patriot Front (white supremacist hate group); Mike Peinovich (white nationalist); #Pizzagate conspiracy theory; Tim Pool (American journalist and reactionary social media performer); Jack Posobiec (neo-Nazi collaborator); Scott Presler (right-wing activist); the Proud Boys (extreme far-right, street-brawling gang); Red Ice TV (white nationalist talk show, banned by YouTube in 2019); The Right Stuff (Mike Peinovich’s white nationalist group); Tommy Robinson (former English Defence League leader); Thomas Rousseau (Patriot Front founder); Roger Stone (Posobiec’s mentor and popularizer of the hashtag #StopTheSteal); #StopTheSteal (hashtag pushed by Jack Posobiec); Brandon Straka (right-wing activist arrested by the FBI on Jan. 20 on charges related to the insurrection); Enrique Tarrio (of the Proud Boys); Donald Trump; the“Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in August 2017; and the U.S. Capitol Siege on January 6, 2021. Full text.
Henderson, Alex. “What the rise of the ‘Christianist’ ideology is revealing: writer.” Alternet, August 20, 2021. Full text.
Henn, Jamie, and Duncan Meisel. “Why on earth would right-wing people with connections to the fossil fuel industry lie about ‘frozen wind turbines’ in Texas?” The Independent, 18 Feb. 2021. On a photo of a helicopter supposedly de-icing a wind turbine, alleged to be taken in Texas, but actually taken in the Uljabuouda mountains in Arjeplog, Sweden, in 2013, and used as a meme for far-right climate deniers during cold snaps. Full text.
Hinz, Kristina, Aline Coutinho, Hanna Grzeskiewicz, Ghadeer Ahmed, Alicja Flisak, and Hadir Barbar. “Unholy alliance: the global crusade against reproductive justice.” openDemocracy, 18 March 2021. Full text.
Holt, Rachel. “Political Extremism and Radicalism: Far-Right Groups in America: A Sneak Peek.” Gale Blog, June 23, 2021. Full text.
Hotez, Peter J. “The Antiscience Movement Is Escalating, Going Global and Killing Thousands.” Scientific American, March 29, 2021. Mentions the American Institute of Economic Research (right wing think tank); the antivaccine movement; Scott Atlas (physician who became a senior advisor to the Trump White House coronavirus task force); the Great Barrington Declaration; “health freedom” (rallying cry adopted by the Republican Tea Party in Texas); QAnon; and the Tea Party. Full text.
Hughes, Brian. “At the ‘Stop the Steal’ Rally, DC: A Survey of Far-Right Rhetoric and Symbology.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, January 13, 2021. Full text.
Huizenga, Luke. “I Spent A Month In Radical Right Social Networks. Here’s What I Learned.” Rantt, April 21, 2021. Full text.
Huynh, Julie. “The French Legislation Targeting ‘Religious Fundamentalism’ That Has Sparked Backlash.” CTEC Newsletter 3 (March/April 2021). Full text.
“Investigation: ‘For the Future, by the Future.’” HOPE not hate, 21 March 2021. On the US-based National Partisan Movement (NPM), an international far-right youth group recruiting and accepting new members between the ages of 14 and 19 on Instagram and Telegram. Mentions antisemitism; Atomwaffen Division (AWD) (accelerationist neo-nazi group in the US that advocated terror and was linked to several murders); Anders Breivik; The British Hand (a terror-advocating youth group that primarily recruited its (young) members via Instagram); Defense Distributed (a project that makes instructions available on how to 3D print weapons); Doctrine of Fascism (book by Mussolini); Paul Dunleavy (17-year-old who was jailed for preparing acts of terrorism in November last year); eco-fascism; Feuerkrieg Division (terror-advocating group that put up propaganda in the south of England but organised primarily on Telegram); Gen Z (“Generation Z”) (those born between the late 1990s and the early 2010s); The Great Replacement (Tarrant’s manifesto); “Hatred” (26-year-old Lisbon-based far-right activist in the NPM who guides the group’s teenage members); Adolf Hitler; Holocaust denial; Hostia (O9A book); Iron Gates (O9A book); the Legion of Saint Ambrose (organisation started by Colton Williams); Mein Kampf (book by Hitler); Misanthropic Division (MD); National Action (proscribed nazi terror group); Nordic Resistance Movement (nazi group); Order of Nine Angles (O9A) (a nazi-satanist group); Siege (book by James Mason); Brenton Tarrant (gunman and 2019 Christchurch mass murderer); Temple ov Blood (US offshoot of O9A); Traditionalist Workers Party (TWP) (US nazi group led by Matthew Heimbach); Unite the Right rally (violent demonstration in Charlottesville, Virginia, in 2017); and Colton Williams (American fascist and NPM “advisor”). Full text.
Jackson, Paul. “Netflix’s Nail Bomber: Manhunt and understanding the lone actor terrorist.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, June 28, 2021. Full text.
Jackson, Paul. “Remembering the Holocaust Memorial Day in 2021.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, January 27, 2021. Full text.
James, Anthony. “The Philanthropic Bogeyman – How the far-right loathes George Soros.” Europe Diplomatic Magazine, Feb. 22, 2021. Full text.
Jasser, Greta, and and Maik Fielitz. “5 Years After The Munich Shooting: Why It Should Be Remembered As Right-Wing Terrorism.” Rantt, July 22, 2021. On the 5th anniversary of the far-right attack at a Mcdonald’s in the OEZ shopping-mall in Munich, which left nine people dead and many more injured. Full text and here.
Johnson, Bethan. “Terrorism Outlawed: Why The UK’s Ban Of Neo-Nazi Group The Base Is Important.” Rantt, August 13, 2021. On The Base, the fifth white supremacist group banned in the UK under their terrorism laws. Full text.
Johnson, Bethan, and Matthew Feldman. “The Race War May No Longer Be Digitised: James Mason’s Designation as a Terrorist Entity in Canada.” Insights – GNET – Global Network on Extremism & Technology, 29 July 2021. Full text.
Kaplan, Fred. “The Military Is Finally Getting Serious About Its Extremism Problem.” Slate, May 18, 2021. On an open letter signed by 124 retired generals and admirals which denouncing the “hard left turn toward Socialism and a Marxist form of tyrannical government” taken by “a Democrat Congress and the Current Administration.” Full text.
Kelly, Jane. “The history-twisters rant about ‘fascist Britain’ (courtesy of the BBC).” The Conservative Woman, February 24, 2021. On the BBC Radio 4 series “Britain’s Fascist Thread,” hosted by Camilla Schofield. Full text.
Kenes, Bulent. “CasaPound Italy: The Sui Generis Fascists of the New Millennium.” The European Center for Populism Studies (ECPS), June 18, 2021. Full text.
Khalil, Lydia. “Alternative Platforms and Alternative Recommendation Systems: A Case of the Australian Sovereign Citizen Movement on Telegram.” Insights – GNET – Global Network on Extremism & Technology, 30 March 2021. Full text.
Kieffer, Caleb. “Shadowy Right-Wing Strategy Group Embraces Islamophobic Figures, Policies, Presents Challenge to Democracy.” Hatewatch – Southern Poverty Law Center, May 27, 2021. On the Council for National Policy (CNP), a secretive and influential right-wing coalition founded in 1981. Mentions ACT for America (anti-Muslim hate group that operates a network of chapters across the U.S.); Advancing American Freedom (a group founded by former Vice President Mike Pence); the American Legislative Exchange Council; Rep. (now Sen.) Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.); Jerry G. Boykin (Family Research Council’s executive vice president and CNP member); Center for Security Policy (anti-Muslim hate group); Mark Christian (head of Global Faith Institute and a member of CNP’s Board of Governors); CNP Action, Inc. (CNP’s sister lobbying arm); Conservative Action Project (CNP-affiliated organization); Kellyanne Conway (formerly Trump’s senior counselor, hed of The Polling Company, and CNP member); Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas); Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart (R-Fla.); Family Research Council (anti-LGBTQ and anti-Muslim hate group); the Federalist Society; William “Bill” Federer (far-right historian); Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn (Trump’s former National Security Adviser and a member of the board of advisers of ACT for America with ties to CNP and a history of expressing anti-Islam sentiment); FrontPage Magazine (Islamophobic project); Brigitte Gabriel (founder and head of ACT for America and CNP member); Frank Gaffney (former Reagan administration staffer, founder and executive chairman of Center for Security Policy, CNP member, and a Groundswell member); Global Faith Institute (anti-Muslim hate group); Groundswell (right-wing strategy group); John Guandolo (former FBI agent and anti-Muslim hate figure); “Heard Around the Hill” (CNP Action, Inc. newsletter which promotes legislation aimed at curbing refugee resettlement); the Heritage Foundation; David Horowitz (head of the David Horowitz Freedom Center with ties to CNP); David Horowitz Freedom Center (a hate group known for spreading anti-Muslim sentiment); former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee; Jihad Watch (Islamophobic project); Liberty Counsel (anti-LGTBQ hate group); Mike Pence (former Vice President); Tony Perkins (religious right figure, a longtime CNP member, and president of the Family Research Council); Rep. Scott Perry (R-Penn.); Policy Counsel (CNP publication); Sharia law conspiracy theory (the idea that Islamic Sharia law is slowly “creeping” into American society); Mat Staver (Chairman of Liberty Counsel Action and a member of CNP’s board of governors); Paul S. Teller (former White House staffer and CNP member and executive director of Advancing American Freedom); Virginia “Ginni” Thomas (right-wing activist, wife of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, a CNP member, and a Groundswell member); Donald Trump (former President); and the Values Voter Summit (annual conference put on by the Family Research Council). Full text.
Kirschke-Schwartz, Marigny Jane, and Dr. Colin Clarke. “How Will Violent Extremists Use Technology in the Future?.” GNET – Insights (Global Network on Extremism & Technology), 2 August 2021. Full text.
Kitson, Sean. “Online Extremism: The Use of Irony by the Far Right.” CTEC Newsletter 2 (February 2021). Full text.
Klikauer, Thomas. “The Origins of Nazi Violence.” CounterPunch, April 9, 2021. Full text.
Koch, Ariel. “Arrest Of Neo-Nazi Rapper Highlights Threat Of White Supremacist Music.” Rantt, March 10, 2021. Full text.
Kondor, Katherine. “Hungary’s Extreme-Right Party And Its Fight Against COVID-19 Measures.” Rantt, April 21, 2021. Full text.
Kreter, Maximilian. “’March Divided, Fight United’? The occasional and intentional ties of AfD and NPD to the White Power Music Scene.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, May 19, 2021. Full text.
Kreter, Maximilian, and Kiran Bowry. “Björn Höcke: Germany’s Very Own Enoch Powell?” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, May 27, 2021. Full text.
Kuloglija, Nermina. “Bosnian Far-Right Movement Weds Bosniak Nationalism, Neo-Nazism.” Balkan Insight, June 2, 2021. On the Bosnian Movement of National Pride (BPNP), a secretive organisation promoting neo-Nazi Bosniak nationalism. Full text and here and here and here.
Labott, Elise. “9/11 Was a Wake-Up Call. America Is Still Snoozing After the Capitol Assault.” Foreign Policy, March 22, 2021. Full text.
Laruelle, Marlene. “Illiberalism: A Conceptual Introduction.” The Illiberalism Studies Program (Institute for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies (IERES)), April 12, 2021. Full text.
Lavin, Talia. “College students are falling in love with white supremacy. Rep. Paul Gosar is helping.” MSNBC, March 21, 2021. Full text.
Lawrence, David. “2021 Elections: far right battered at the ballot.” HOPE not hate, 11 May 2021. Full text.
Lindeberg, Rafaela, and Ott Ummelas. “The Far Right Is Ready For a Slice of Real Power in Sweden.” BloombergQuint, May 11, 2021. Full text.
Liyanage, Chamila. “A fascist authoritarian Utopia: the Eurosiberian ethnostate for native Europeans.” openDemocracy, 21 January 2021. On Guillaume Faye’s Eurosiberia, a concept he introduced in his book Archeofuturism in 1998. Mentions Arktos Media (alt-right-linked publishing company which has revived early Volkisch and Nazi myths); the Aryan-Hyperborean myth; ‘biopolitics’ (a policy to preserve and improve the biological quality of Eurosiberia’s inhabitants); ‘Blood and Soil’ (Blut und Boden) (the idea, advanced by Nazi Germany, of an ethno-nation united in a historical land); “ethnopluralist cohabitation”; ethnos; eugenics; “one land, one people”; the Thule Society; Pierre Vial (founder of the Terre et Peuple (Land and People) movement in France in 1995); and the Volkisch movement. Full text and here and here.
Liyanage, Chamila. “The Great Subcultural Convergence: How Illiberalism is Whipping Up a Storm.” GNET – Insights (Global Network on Extremism & Technology), 17 August 2021. Full text.
Liyanage, Chamila. “How The Anti-Democracy Movement Is Weaponizing Conspiracy Theories.” Rantt, June 29, 2021. Full text.
Liyanage, Chamila. “The Interconnected Web Of Anti-Vaccine Disinformation.” Rantt, May 5, 2021. Full text.
Lorimer, Marta. “Europe in far-right ideology.” Ideology Theory Practice, 9 Aug. 2021. Full text.
Loucaides, Darren, and Alessio Perrone. “Germany’s COVID sceptics fuelled by Russian media and far-Right conspiracies.” openDemocracy, 31 March 2021. Full text.
Lowles, Nick, and Jemma Levene. “A Year In Lockdown Has Transformed Britain’s Far Right.” HuffPost UK, 23 March 2021. Full text.
Lowndes, Joe. “How the Far Right Weaponized America’s Democratic Roots.” The New Republic, August 10, 2021. Full text.
MacLean, Nancy, and Lisa Graves. “The Secret Corporate Memo Behind Today’s Guerilla War on Campus Progressives.” Common Dreams, August 25, 2021. On “Attack on the American Enterprise System,” a confidential memorandum issued on August 23, 1971, by Lewis Powell, Jr., and Charles Koch’s followup speech “Anti-Capitalism and Business” (Menlo Park, CA: Institute for Humane Studies Inc., 1974). Full text and here and here.
Madsen, Wayne. “Bannon continues to unite global fascists against free and fair elections.” OpEdNews, Aug. 13, 2021. On a Sioux Falls conference on “election fraud,” August 10, 2021, sponsored by Mike Lindell. Mentions Steve Bannon (far-right political strategist); Jair Bolsonaro (Brazilian president); Tucker Carlson (Fox News host); Robert S. Herring, Sr. (right-wing San Diego businessman and OAN founder); “illiberal democracy”; Mike Lindell (far-right conspiracy activist); The Movement (Bannon’s operation based in Brussels); One America News (OAN) (far-right conspiracy network); Viktor Orban (Hungary’s authoritarian prime minister); “stolen election” conspiracy theory; and Donald Trump. Full text.
Maly, Ico. “Guillaume Faye, the ‘Golden One’ and the Metapolitical Legion.” Fair Observer, March 12, 2021. The first of a three-part series. Mentions the alt-right; Archeofuturism (book by Guillaume Faye); Alain de Benoist; the French nouvelle droite (new right); Daniel Friberg (Arktos publisher); “The Golden One” (Swedish bodybuilder, YouTuber, and new-right metapolitical influencer); Antonio Gramsci; Greg Johnson (white nationalist intellectual, publisher and editor-in-chief of Counter-Currents); Jean-Marie Le Pen (National Front leader); John Bruce Leonard (Arktos editor-in-chief); metapolitics (seen by Faye as the social diffusion of ideas and cultural values to provoke a long-term, political transformation, but in a way that is necessarily connected to politics, activism, and media); National Front (French far-right party); National Policy Institute (think-tank established by Richard Spencer); New Right vs. Old Right (book by Greg Johnson); the “North American New Right”; and Donald Trump (former President). Full text.
Manetto, Francesco. “Religious fanaticism and anti-communist crusades: who’s who on the Mexican extreme right.” The Limited Times, Sept. 12, 2021. Mentions Adalberto Abascal (leader of El Yunque); Salvador Abascal (one of the founders of synarchism); Santiago Abascal (Vox leader); Carta de Madrid (the Madrid Charter) (a kind of manifesto “in defense of freedom and democracy in the Iberosphere”); Los Conejos (Mexican extreme right group); Manuel Díaz Cid (far-right ideologue); Frente Nacional Anti-AMLO (FRENA) (the anti-AMLO National Front) (Mexican extreme right movement); the FUA [Anticommunist University Front] (violent Mexican ultra-right group); the Lasallians (Mexican extreme right group); Gilberto Lozano (Mexican businessman and FRENA leader); El Muro (violent Mexican ultra-right group); National Action Party (PAN) (conservative Mexican organization); Ramón Plata Moreno (assassinated in 1979); the São Paulo Forum conspiracy theory (the theory that the São Paulo Forum is sponsoring a plan to implement communism in Mexico that involves control of the population and the redistribution of wealth); the synarchist movement; Los Tecos (Mexican extreme right group); the Unión Nacional Sinarquista (Mexican nationalist organization with far-right positions, founded in Guanajuato); Vox (far-right Spanish party); and El Yunque (Mexican extreme right group, founded in Puebla between 1953 and 1955 by Manuel Díaz Cid and Ramón Plata Moreno). Full text and here. A translation of Manetto, “Fanatismo religioso y cruzadas anticomunistas: quién es quién en la ultraderecha mexicana,” El País Edición México, Sept. 12, 2021. Full text.
Martin, Rhys. “Future Trends: Far-Right Terrorism in the UK – A Major Threat?” Global Risk Insights, April 14, 2021. Full text.
Mayorkas, Alejandro. “How my DHS will combat domestic extremism.” The Washington Post, Feb. 25, 2021. Full text.
McCann, Craig. “R.I.P C.V.E.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, February 25, 2021. Full text.
McEwen, Haley. “Is It Possible To Reason With Anti-Genderists?” Rantt, August 27, 2021. Full text.
McEwen, Haley. “South African radical-Right groups are mobilising against anti-LGBTIQ+ campaigns.” openDemocracy, July 8, 2021. On South African conservative groups, such as Family Policy Institute (FPI), Freedom of Religion South Africa, Cause for Justice, and the African Christian Democratic Party, which have been mobilising to block the Prevention and Combating of Hate Crimes and Hate Speech Bill. Mentions Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) (Christian legal interests group); Family Watch International (FWI) (Arizona-based “pro-family” organisation); Freedom of Religion South Africa (FOR SA); Errol Naidoo (FPI founder and CEO); Sharon Slater (FWI president); and the UN Family Rights Caucus. Full text and here.
McSwiney, Jordan, Michael Vaughan, Annett Heft, and Matthias Hoffmann. “Memes in Far-Right Digital Visual Culture.” GNET – Insights (Global Network on Extremism & Technology), 20 August 2021. Full text.
Mead, Henry. “Part Four: Hegel and Fascism.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, January 8, 2021. Full text.
Mead, Henry. “Part Five: Hegel and Fascism.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, February 4, 2021. Full text.
Meret, Susi. “Freedom of Research in the Age of Populism (Part 2: The Danish Case).” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right, June 23, 2021. Full text.
Mikva, Rachel S. “Christian nationalism is a threat, and not just from Capitol attackers invoking Jesus.” USA TODAY, Jan. 31, 2021. Full text.
Miller-Idriss, Cynthia. “Why the American far right is openly admiring the Taliban.” MSNBC, Sept. 3, 2021. Full text.
Miotto, Nicolò. “The Role of Online Communities in Supporting 3D-Printed Firearms.” GNET – Insights (Global Network on Extremism & Technology), 25 August 2021. Full text.
Molas, Bàrbara. “Are Autistic People Now At A Greater Risk Of Radicalization Than Ever?” Rantt, July 8, 2021. Full text.
Monacelli, Steven. “The Christofacism OF QANON.” Byline Times, 9 June 2021. Full text.
Mudde, Cas. “A far-right threat shut down US Congress this week. Why aren’t we talking about it?” The Guardian, 6 Mar. 2021. Full text.
Mudde, Cas. “Strategies for a world without right-wing populism and nationalism.” Social Europe, 8 June 2021. Full text.
Mueller, Ben. “The Rise and Fall of Doomer Culture.” CTEC Newsletter 3 (March/April 2021). Full text.
Musa, Arnaldo. “European Far Right: Latin America in the Crosshairs.” Translated by Amilkal Labañino. CubaSí, 25 August 2021. Full text.
Neiwert, David. “Biden’s plan to tackle far-right terrorism is sane and thorough, so expect a Tucker meltdown.” Daily Kos, June 15, 2021. Full text.
Neiwert, David. “Tucker Carlson transmits rising eco-fascist themes about immigrants in attacks on border policies.” Daily Kos, March 22, 2021. Full text.
Nissen, Anita, and Birte Siim. “The Danish ‘New Right’: replacing ‘old’ welfare chauvinism with a neoliberal far right agenda.” “RightNow!” blog, C-REX – Center for Research on Extremism, Apr. 15, 2021. Full text.
Norris, Sian. “International Aid Cuts & Radical Right Influence.” Byline Times, 15 July 2021. Mentions The Adam Smith Institute (right-wing think-tank); the Atlas Network (a global organisation that brings together 475 “free market organisations” to further the “cause of liberty”); Big Brother Watch (organisation founded by Matthew Elliott); Britannia Unchained (Dominic Raab’s manifesto for deregulation); Centre for Policy Studies (right-wing think-tank); Civitas (right-wing think-tank); Matthew Elliott (Brexiter and founder of the Taxpayers’ Alliance); George Farmer (former Chairman of Turning Point UK); The Free Enterprise Group in the Conservative Party; the Freedom Association; Global Britain: A 21st Century Vision (HJS report authored by MP Bob Seely and HJS’s James Rogers); Michael Gove (a former HJS director); the Henry Jackson Society (HJS) (British conservative lobbying group sponsored by the financial backers of the US far-right); the Heritage Foundation (US radical-right think-tank); Marko Attilo Hoare (one of the HJS founders); David Horowitz (described as “a driving force” of the “anti-black movement”); the David Horowitz Freedom Centre; the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) (right-wing think-tank); Matthew Jamison (one of the HJS founders); Boris Johnson (UK Prime Minister); Douglas Murray (former HJS associate director); Priti Patel; Restoration Weekend (annual event organised by the David Horowitz Freedom Centre); Howard Shore (Brexiter and Conservative Party donor); the Taxpayers’ Alliance (right-wing think-tank); Turning Point (US Islamophobic organisation); and Turning Point UK (an offshoot of the US Turning Point organisation). Full text.
Norris, Sian, and Heidi Siegmund Cuda. “America Faces Its Biggest Abortion Battle Yet. How Did We Get Here?” Byline Times, 1 September 2021. Mentions Robert Colquhoun (UK anti-abortion activist); the Federalist Society (an anti-abortion, anti-LGBTIQ organisation that has built a “pipeline” to judicial influence); the “Great Replacement” (far-right conspiracy theory that falsely claims high migration and feminism “repressing” the birth rate via abortion is causing a “white genocide”); the Judicial Crisis Network (an anti-abortion group created to “drum up support for Republican judicial nominees”); the Leadership Institute (a radical right academy set up by Morton Blackwell in 1979); Leonard Leo (of the Federalist Society); Paul Marx (anti-abortion Catholic priest); Mitch McConnell (Republican leader of the Senate); Frank Pavone (anti-abortion Catholic priest); Mike Pence (former US Vice President); the ‘pro-life’ movement; and Donald Trump (former US President). Full text.
Onnerfors, Andreas. “COVID-19: The Lab Leak Theory Makes a Comeback.” Fair Observer, September 2, 2021. Full text.
Önnerfors, Andreas. “White melancholy in Sweden: a fertile ground for the rise of the radical right?” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, January 21, 2021. Full text.
Onuoha, Alexandria. “Digital Misogynoir and White Supremacy: What Black Feminist Theory Can Teach Us About Far Right Extremism.” GNET – Insights (Global Network on Extremism & Technology), 9 August 2021. Full text.
Orr, Caroline. “Capitol Indictment Reveals Radical Right Conservative Donors Simultaneously Bankrolling Extremism and Anti-Lockdown Protests.” Byline Times, 13 June 2021. Full text.
Owen, Laura Hazard. “‘At first, Facebook was happy that I and other journalists were finding its tool useful…but the mood shifted.’” Nieman Journalism Lab, July 14, 2021. On New York Times tech columnist Kevin Roose’s use of Facebook’s data analytics tool, CrowdTangle, to show that the posts with the most engagement on Facebook are far more likely to come from right-wing commentators than mainstream news outlets. Full text.
Pandith, Farah, and Jacob Ware. “Teen terrorism inspired by social media is on the rise. Here’s what we need to do.” THINK – NBC News Digital, March 22, 2021. Full text.
Parmigiani, Alberto. “Searching for the structural roots of the storming of the Capitol: economic inequality and the role of the ultra-rich.” The Loop (European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR)), May 5, 2021. Full text.
Pascoletti, Matteo. “Why the rise of Giorgia Meloni is anything but business as usual for Italy.” openDemocracy, 8 July 2021. On Giorgia Meloni, leader of the Brothers of Italy. Full text.
Paull, David. “The alt-Right: An era of misinformation incorporated.” Independent Australia (IA), 21 August 2021. Full text.
Perlstein, Rick, and Edward H. Miller. “The John Birch Society Never Left.” The New Republic, March 8, 2021. Mentions anti-Equal Rights Amendment; anti-United Nations; apartheid; The Blue Book of the John Birch Society (Robert Welch); William F. Buckley (founder of National Review in 1955); Liz Cheney; the Christian right; Christian Reconstructionism (an extremist movement that sought to make the Old Testament the foundation of American criminal law and considered the public school system a conspiracy to spread paganism as the national religion); Citizens’ Councils movement (white supremacist movement); “Clinton Chronicles” (VHS tape distributed by Jerry Falwell in the early 1990s); Jerry Falwell (television preacher); God and Man at Yale: The Superstitions of “Academic Freedom” (Buckley’s first book); Marjorie Taylor Greene (congresswoman and QAnon conspiracy theorist); gun control; Billy James Hargis (fundamentalist radio preacher); Merwin K. Hart (American fascist sympathizer who argued that democracy itself was a foreign, anti-American imposition); Mike Huckabee; the John Birch Society; Willmoore Kendall; License to Kill (Birch anti-abortion film); John F. McManus (Birch anti-abortion activist); the Moral Majority; the Movement to Restore Decency (MOTOREDE) (anti-sex-ed John Birch Society front group); National Council of Churches (alleged to be Communist-infiltrated by the John Birch Society); National Review; Richard Nixon; one-world government; the Proud Boys; the QAnon conspiracy theory (theory which holds that Democrats in the Deep State undermined Trump’s presidency in order to cover up their child-sex racket); Ronald Reagan; James Robison (televangelist); R.J. Rushdoony (Christian Reconstructionist); Phyllis Schlafly (spokeswoman for the anti-ERA movement); sex education in the schools; “SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL POLICE” (Birch-issued bumper sticker); Donald Trump; and Robert Welch (John Birch Society founder). Full text.
“Policy: Inclusion of far-right terrorist content.” Terrorist Content Analytics Platform. July 2, 2020. Full text.
Potok, Mark. “Exposing The Tanton Network: The Bigoted Anti-Immigrant Movement.” Rantt, August 3, 2021. Full text.
Potok, Mark. “Farrakhan Calls the Vaccine the White Man’s ‘Death Plan.’” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, January 6, 2021. Full text.
Potok, Mark. “How Exactly Should We Hold The Insurrectionists Accountable?” Rantt, April 14, 2021. Full text.
Potok, Mark. “TantonWatch: Battling Hate in the Immigration Debate.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right, August 3, 2021. With links to profiles of the most important Tanton groups and their leaders: John Tanton, Stephen Miller, Dan Stein, Roy Beck, Mark Krikorian, Faith and the Tanton Anti-Immigration Network, Eugenics and the Tanton Network, NumbersUSA, Center for Immigration Studies, Federation For American Immigration Reform, and The Camp of the Saints. Full text.
Pratt, David. “Europe is once again facing threat from the far right.” HeraldScotland, 8 May 2021. Full text.
Rahill, Meghan, and Alex Newhouse. “Super Happy Fun America: the Right-Wing Protest Movement With Ties to Neo-Nazis.” CTEC Newsletter 3 (March/April 2021). Full text.
Ravndal, Jacob Aasland. “Do not let the fear of terror rule. Other dangers threaten democracy.” “RightNow!” blog, C-REX – Center for Research on Extremism, July 13, 2021. Full text.
Reid, Shannon. “How Do You Solve A Problem Like The Proud Boys?” Rantt, April 1, 2021. Full text.
Resseger, Jan. “How Is Far-Right Propaganda about Critical Race Theory Undermining Society and Our Children’s Education?” janresseger, June 23, 2021. Full text.
Roback, Sébastien. “A Transnational Network of Young White Nationalists Is Selling Fascism to Kids – and it Started in Canada.” Canadian Anti-Hate Network, March 23, 2021. On Rightwingism, a transnational network of Instagram accounts promoting nationalism and traditional values to a young audience. Full text.
Rosenberg, Paul. “The dark history of the ‘Great Replacement’: Tucker Carlson’s racist fantasy has deep roots.” Salon, August 21, 2021. Mentions Steve Bannon (Trump’s key strategist); Robert Bowers (killer of 11 people at a Pittsburgh synagogue on Oct. 27, 2018); Anders Breivik (right-wing terrorist who murdered 77 Norwegian citizens on July 22, 2011); Breivik’s manifesto; William F. Buckley; The Camp of the Saints (1973 novel by Jean Raspail which argued that mass migration is an invasion that will eventually destroy Western culture and replace Western populations, that Western political elites lack the moral strength to defend their civilization and therefore that the invaders must be physically removed or destroyed); Renaud Camus (French conspiracy theorist and the originator of the “Great Replacement” theory); Tucker Carlson (Fox News host); Christian nationalism (an Old Testament-based worldview fusing Christian and American identities); the “clash of civilizations”; counter-jihadism; Patrick Crusius (white supremacist and El Paso, Texas, killer of 23 on Aug. 3, 2019); Crusius’ manifesto; “cultural Marxism”; John Earnest (white supremacist and Poway, California, synagogue killer on April 27, 2019); Earnest’s letter of explanation; “eco-fascist”; “ethno-nationalist”; Eurabia (subject of writings by Bat Ye’or); “fifth-column discourse” (a form of deception and political cunning engaged in by far-right movements which is intended to attack an enemy from within, such as by aping the language of liberal democracy); fourth-generation warfare (4GW) (a war of perceptions, a war for legitimacy); Free Congress Foundation (FCF); the “Great Replacement” (white nationalist conspiracy theory); “The Great Replacement” (Tarrant’s 74-page online manifesto); the “Hispanic invasion of Texas”; ‘Islamification’ (the alleged process of colonization leading to the rule of sharia law); William Lind (a pioneer of white supremacist ideology and the originator of fourth-generation war); migrant “caravans”; multiculturalism; neo-Nazism; Viktor Orbán (Hungary’s autocratic leader); “political correctness”; “Political Correctness”: A Short History of an Ideology (William Lind’s 2004 book); Jean Raspail (French right-wing author); Ronald Reagan; Brenton Tarrant (New Zealand mosque killer of 51 people in March 2019); Donald Trump; voter suppression; Western civilization and Enlightenment values; Western values; “white genocide”; white supremacy in the U.S. as a hoax (a suggestion made by Tucker Carlson); and Bat Ye’or (Egyptian-Jewish author). Full text.
Ross, Alexander Reid. “On the comparative study of denialism and conspiracy theories.” Part I. Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, April 13, 2021. Full text.
Ross, Alexander Reid. “On the comparative study of denialism and conspiracy theories (Part II). Detecting Attacks on History: A Case Study in Bosnia Denialism.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, April 20, 2021. Full text.
Ross, Alexander Reid. “On the comparative study of denialism and conspiracy theories (Part III). Denialism as Conspiracy Theory: A Case Study from Syria.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, April 28, 2021. Full text.
Saha, Jonathan. “Like karaoke fascism all over again: The Military Coup in Myanmar and the Global Rise of the Far Right.” History Workshop, March 1, 2021. Full text.
Santana, Andrés, Lisa Zanotti, José Rama, and Stuart Turnbull-Dugarte. “The radical right populist Vox and the end of Spain’s exceptionalism.” The Loop (European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR)), June 18, 2021. Full text.
Satia, Priya. “Fascism and Analogies — British and American, Past and Present.” The Los Angeles Review of Books, March 16, 2021. Full text.
Sauerbrey, Anna. “What Happened When Germany’s Far-Right Party Railed Against Lockdowns.” The New York Times, March 12, 2021. On the failure of Alternative for Germany (AfD), a German far-right, anti-immigration party, to improve its electoral standing through anti-lockdown radicalism. Mentions the anti-lockdown movement; Alexander Gauland (AfD co-leader); the Identitarian Movement (a movement which advocates ethnically homogeneous societies); and Donald Trump. Full text.
Scates, Jack. “Youth and the Radical Right: How Far-Right Extremists Recruit Children.” Naked Politics, April 24, 2021. The first of a series of articles on “Youth and the Radical Right.” Full text.
Schmalenberger, Sophie. “Inside The German Far-Right Party’s Effort To Normalize Nationalism Again.” Rantt, May 27, 2021. Full text and here. Translated into Spanish as “Alemania. El esfuerzo del partido de extrema derecha por volver a normalizar el nacionalismo,” Kaos en la red, 7 June 2021. Full text.
Schwaller, Shawn. “Sean Feucht’s New Brand of Bethel Church-Inspired Radical Militant Christianity on Display in Portland.” A News Café, August 12, 2021. On Sean Feucht, a right-wing political evangelical Christian activist and a worship leader at Bethel Church in Redding, California. Mentions Jeremy Edwardson (one of the owners of the Red, White and Blueprint media company); Flash Love (militaristic youth organization which promises to create “Godly men”); Joey Gibson (founder of Patriot Prayer); Hold the Line (Sean Feucht’s political activist organization); Andrey Invanov (Vancouver right-wing Christian extremist and COVID-19-denier, founder of Flash Love, and leader of Sean Feucht’s private security team); Bill and Beni Johnson (Bethel Church founders); Doug LaMalfa (U.S. Representative for California’s 1st District); Eric Metaxas (right-wing extremist author, speaker and radio show host); Andy Ngo (conservative journalist and activist); the Oath Keepers; Patriot Prayer (Vancouver-based far-right organization); Artur Pawlowski (a Polish-Canadian traveling preacher and homophobic, anti-women’s rights, and anti-COVID-mandates activist); the Proud Boys; the Recall Shasta organization; “socialist indoctrination in our schools”; the State of Jefferson secessionist movement far-right movement; the III%er “white power” hand gesture; Tusitala “Tiny” Toese (local member of the Proud Boys who is also affiliated with Joey Gibson’s Patriot Prayer group, as well as the Oath Keepers); Donald Trump; white nationalists; and Carlos Zapata (popular right-wing extremist and leader of the Red, White and Blueprint project). Full text.
Seligman, Scott D. “The Franklin Prophecy.” Tablet Magazine, August 4, 2021. On the antisemitic “Franklin Prophecy,” also known as the “Franklin Forgery,” which purported to be Benjamin Franklin’s remarks as recorded in Charles Cotesworth Pinckney’s diary but which was actually written by white supremacist William D. Pelley and published in his magazine Liberation (Feb. 3, 1934). Full text.
Semrau, Magdi. “Why anti-vaxx attitudes fit so perfectly with far-right ideology across the globe.” Alternet, August 20, 2021. Full text.
Sijstermans, Judith. “How Belgium’s Vlaams Belang Leads the Way in Digital Politics.” Populism in Action, 30 March 2021. Full text.
Singh, Arj. “Far-Right Will Use Government-Backed Race Report ‘As A Cover’ For Racism, Campaigners Warn.” HuffPost UK, 1 April 2021. On The Report of the Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities, issued 31 March 2021. Full text.
Smith, Peter. “Meet Paul: Vicious Neo-nazi Serial Harasser, Flight Instructor, and Senior Member of Atomwaffen Division Splinter Group.” Canadian Anti-Hate Network, February 25, 2021. On “Revived,” actually Paul Joseph Landolt, a senior member of the Atomwaffen Division splinter group Fashlash. Full text.
Staudenmaier, Peter. “Understanding right-wing ecology: Historical and contemporary reflections.” Ideology Theory Practice, 26 July 2021. Full text.
Stone, Dan. “Prosecuting Historians – Last Refuge of the Illiberals?” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, February 9, 2021. Full text.
Tait, Joshua. “The Long History of Fighting Over the Term ‘Conservative.’” The Bulwark, April 2, 2021. Full text.
Tasgkroni, Vasiliki. “CARR Blog series on Golden Dawn – Part III – Ascendance to Parliament.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, February 10, 2021. Full text.
Torrekens, Corinne. “How it became normal to be Islamophobic in Belgium.” openDemocracy, 5 July 2021. Full text.
Trotter, Chris. “Of Commoners And Kings: Steve Bannon’s New Traditionalism.” The Daily Blog, June 29, 2021. Full text.
Turcalo, Sead. “Bosnia Must Counter Russia’s Cultivation of Far-Right Extremists.” Balkan Insight (Balkan Investigative Reporting Network (BIRN)), August 26, 2021. Full text.
Turda, Marius. “Reflecting on the legacies of eugenics.” The Wiener Holocaust Library, July 26, 2021. Full text.
Turnbull-Dugarte, Stuart J., and José Rama. “Madrid’s regional election: How we got here, what happened, and why it matters.” LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog, May 5, 2021. Between the Popular Party (PP), led by lock-down sceptic Isabel Díaz Ayuso, and Spain’s new populist radical right-wing party, VOX, Madrid’s right-wing bloc now enjoys a comfortable legislative majority. Full text.
Ulceluse, Magdalena. “AUR – The Golden Dawn of Romania?” POP – Political Observatory on Populism, March 24, 2021. On AUR, Alliance for the Unity of Romanians, a new far right, nationalist and populist party co-founded by George Simion and Claudiu Târziu on December 1, 2019, Romania’s National Day. Full text.
Underwood, Ashley. “Beyond Abortion: The Radical Agenda of Anti-Abortion Groups.” Equity Forward, August 19, 2021. Mentions Alliance Defending Freedom; American Principles Project; anti-abortion centers (aka crisis pregnancy centers, or CPCs); Center for Arizona Policy (right-wing state-based anti-abortion group); the Congressional Prayer Caucus Foundation; Marjorie Dannenfelser (SBA List’s president); the Federalist Society; Rep. Paul Gosar (AZ) (anti-immigration politician); the Heritage Foundation; Human Coalition Action; the January 6 insurrection; Kansans for Life (right-wing state-based anti-abortion group); Gov. Brian Kemp (anti-immigration politician); former Rep. Steve King (IA) (anti-immigration politician); the Charlotte Lozier Institute (SBA List’s research arm); Rep. Tom McClintock (CA) (anti-immigration politician); National Right to Life (NRTL); Mike Pence (former Vice President); Rep. Scott Perry (PA) (anti-immigration politician); Mike Pompeo (former Secretary of State); Project Blitz, also known as “Freedom for All”; “replacement theory” (the notion that declining fertility within white communities will lead to a replacement by communities of color); The Susan B. Anthony List (SBA List); the Susan B. Anthony List Candidate Fund; the Trump administration; xenophobia; and “you will not replace us” (white nationalist chant). Full text.
“Unmasked: The QAnon ‘Messiah.’” HOPE not hate, 21 March 2021. On Berlin-based artist Sebastian Bieniek, the creator of a strange new religion targeting QAnon believers who seems to be casting himself as its Messiah.” Full text.
Urie, Rob. “How the Federal Government Crushed Racist Organizing.” CounterPunch, June 18, 2021. Full text.
Valencia-García, Louie Dean. “The Texas Crisis: Charging at Windmills.” Fair Observer. Feb 19, 2021. Full text.
Valentim, Vicente, and Tobias Widmann. “How radical right success changes the political discourse within a country.” LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog, May 19, 2021. Full text.
Valentim, Vicente, and Tobias Widmann. “How radical-right success influences mainstream political debate.” The Loop (European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR)), April 9, 2021. Full text.
Valisa, Jessica. “Third Rome: Will Russia Save Europe From Itself?” Fair Observer, September 14, 2021. Full text and here. Translated into Spanish as “Tercera Roma: ¿Rusia salvará a Europa de sí misma?” Noticias del Mundo en español, septiembre 15, 2021. Full text.
van Dongen, Teun, and Eviane Leidig. “Whose side are they on? The diversity of far-right responses to Covid-19,” ICCT Perspectives (The International Centre for Counter-Terrorism – the Hague (ICCT)), 18 Aug. 2021. Full text.
Wagner, Markus, and Lukas Rudolph. “Backlash against asylum seekers in Austria.” The Loop (European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR)), May 14, 2021. Full text.
Waller, Julian. “Harnessing illiberalism’s analytical leverage.” The Loop (European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR)), August 27, 2021. Full text.
Wallner, Claudia. “Prospects for far-right extremism in the US following the Capitol attack.” TRENDS Research and Advisory – Insights, 24 Mar. 2021. Full text.
Ward, Eric K. “Conspiracy Theories are Killing Us, America.” Western States Center – Medium, Feb. 24, 2021. Arguing that a rising tolerance for authoritarianism in the United States and in democracies around the world is accompanied by a surge in conspiracy theories. Mentions the Big Lie (the fully-disproved conspiracy theory that the presidential election was “stolen”); climate change denial; Holocaust denial (the idea that Nazi Germany did not exterminate 6 million European Jews); Holocaust revisionism; QAnon; “socialism” as a code word for Jews; space laser conspiracy theory (the conspiracy theory that blames catastrophic wildfires on a space laser controlled by Jewish financiers); the white nationalist movement; and white supremacy. Full text.
Wasser, Matthias. “Adam Przeworski, Crises of Democracy: A Review.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, January 28, 2021. Full text.
Webb, Chris. “Profile of Austrian Nazi and Holocaust perpetrator, Odilo Globocnik.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, September 10, 2021. Full text.
Wepukhulu, Khatondi Soita. “Aid donors to investigate anti-gay ‘therapy’ revealed by openDemocracy.” openDemocracy, 30 June 2021. Full text.
“When girl power turns dangerous: how ‘empowerment’ narratives are being used by extremists.” JAN Trust, August 20, 2021. Full text.
White, Jessica. “Far-Right Extremism in the US: A Threat No Longer Ignored.” Commentary – Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), 1 February 2021. Full text.
White, Jessica. “We Can’t Combat Extremism Without Also Combating Misogyny.” Rantt, May 6, 2021. Full text.
White, Jessica. “Why We Need More Women Working In Counter-Terrorism.” Rantt, August 20, 2021. Full text.
White, Kesa. “White Nationalists are Driving the CRT Conversation Online.” GNET – Insights (Global Network on Extremism & Technology), 6 August 2021. Full text.
White, Kesa. “Why the Oklahoma bombing continues to cast a shadow over America.” openDemocracy, 12 August 2021. Full text.
Whitehead, Andrew, and Samuel Perry. “The Growing Anti-Democratic Threat of Christian Nationalism in the U.S.” TIME, May 27, 2021. Full text.
Wiggen, Mette. “10 Years on from 22 July: Norway follows Denmark´s lead on Anti-Immigration.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, September 8, 2021. Full text.
Wilson, Jason. “Oath Breaker: How a Serving National Guardsman Helped The Base Plan a White Power Army.” Hatewatch – Southern Poverty Law Center, June 6, 2021. Mentions antisemitism; Azov Battalion; The Base (white power accelerationist group); civil war; a “clash of civilizations” between the West and the Islamic world; Jerod Matthew Elder (username doomsayeth) (radicalized Iraq War veteran who was doxxed by Eugene Antifa in December 2018 but reentered The Base’s chats in late 2019 under warlordgoals); Eugene Antifa (antifascist group); Gab (social media platform which several banned white power activists Gab in the wake of the Tree of Life massacre); “the globalists”; Adolf Hitler; Imperium (book by Francis Parker Yockey, still influential in the white power movement, that prophesied a white supremacist world state that would realize the ambitions of the defeated Nazis); multiculturalism; Rinaldo Nazzaro (pseudonym Norman Spear) (The Base’s founder and leader); prepper community (neo-Nazi term for those who prepare themselves for a large-scale natural or human-made disaster to cripple society in the near future); Vladimir Putin (Russian leader); race war; the “System” (neo-Nazi shorthand for liberal democracy in the U.S.); the Tree of Life massacre; untermensch (neo-Nazi term applied to members of racial or ethnic groups they considered inferior); white ethnostate; the white power movement; whitepill (slang in right-wing subcultures for news that gives grounds for optimism); “WN,” (neo-Nazi term for a white nationalist); “ZOG” (a white power conspiracy theory of a “Zionist occupational government” in charge of the U.S., foreign governments and international organizations such as the U.N.). Full text.
Wilson, Teddy. “Intelligence Dispatch: QAnon Influencers and the Conspiracy Machine.” Radical Reports, June 22, 2021. Full text.
Wilson, Teddy. “Intelligence Dispatch: Right-Wing Spy Games and the Abortion Abolition Movement’s ‘Spiritual Battle.’” Radical Reports, June 29, 2021. Full text.
Wilson, Teddy. “Intelligence Dispatch: Trump’s Army of God.” Radical Reports, June 15, 2021. Full text.
Wilson, Teddy. “Legislation Watch: The Right’s Attack on Critical Race Theory.” Radical Reports, June 17, 2021. Full text.
Wilson, Teddy. “What’s Behind the Right-Wing Backlash.” Radical Reports, Aug. 27, 2021. Full text.
Wong, Julia Carrie. “Revealed: rightwing firm posed as leftist group on Facebook to divide Democrats.” The Guardian, 11 June 2021. On Rally Forge, a digital marketing firm with close ties to the pro-Trump youth group Turning Point USA. Full text.
Woodbridge, Steven. “Drift to the Right: Flora Drummond and the origins of the Women’s Guild of Empire in the 1920s.” History@Kingston, July 18, 2021. On British suffragette Flora McKinnon Drummond (1878-1949), co-founder with Elsie Bowerman of The Women’s Guild of Empire in 1920. Mentions anti-Socialist; Blackshirt (BUF newspaper); the British Empire Union (BEU); the British Fascisti (fascist organisation, founded by Rotha Lintorn-Orman in 1923; their name was anglicised to the British Fascists in 1924); British Union of Fascists (BUF) (Sir Oswald Mosley’s organisation); British Women’s Patriotic League; the Conservative Party; Norah Dacre Fox (Norah Elam) (BUF propagandist); and National Citizens Union (NCU). Full text.
Woodbridge, Steven. “Lord Haw-Haw in Kingston: When fascist orator William Joyce came to town.” History@Kingston, March 21, 2021. Full text.
Woodbridge, Steven. “Women versus Women: The anti-Suffragists in South-West London.” History@Kingston, March 3, 2021. On National League for Opposing Woman Suffrage. Full text.
Wright, Chris. “The Rise of Right-wing Libertarianism Since the 1950s.” Dissident Voice, April 6, 2021. Full text.
Zamarrón, Hector. “Narcocommunism and the extreme right in ‘Mexico.’” Pledge Times, September 6, 2021. On an international anti-communist crusade launched by Santiago Abascal, president of the far-right Spanish group Vox, in Venezuela, Brazil, Argentina and Mexico. Full text and here. A translation of Zamarrón, “El narcocomunismo y la ultraderecha en ‘Méjico,'” Milenio (Ciudad de México), 6 Sept. 2021. Full text.
Zeller, Michael. “From Opera to MMA: Nationalist Symbolism and the German Far Right.” Fair Observer, August 12, 2021. Full text.
Zulianello, Mattia. “Italy’s League: A Modern Mass Party.” Populism in Action, 27 April 2021. Full text.
TIMELINES AND CHRONOLOGIES
Atlantic Council’s Digital Forensic Research Lab (DFRLab). “#StopTheSteal: Timeline of Social Media and Extremist Activities Leading to 1/6 Insurrection.” JustSecurity, February 10, 2021. A timeline from September 7, 2020, to January 6, 2021, for the insurrectionist attack on the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021. Timeline.
Arzheimer, Kai. “The Far Right Bibliography: the second pandemic (aka spring 2021) update.” Kai Arzheimer Blog, May 2, 2021. Full text.
Bodó, Loránd. “Researching the Extreme Right.” Terrorism & Radicalisation Research Dashboard, Last Update: 24 June 2021. Contents: Research Institutes – Extreme Right Symbols & Language – Relevant Studies & Reviews – Latest insights/analysis – Leaked info – Known entities. Full text.
Lazar, Ernie. “Theses and Dissertations Pertaining to the Right-Wing.” Revised March 10, 2021. “This Bibliography pertains to master’s theses and doctoral dissertations about right-wing and anti-communism history by numerous historians, political scientists, and sociologists.” Full text and here.
Potok, Mark. “TantonWatch: An index of resources on the Tanton nativist network.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right, August 3, 2021. A compilation of resources describing the network of anti-immigration groups and individuals founded, funded, or otherwise nurtured by the late John Tanton, the racist architect of the contemporary American nativist movement. Full text.
Nusi, Enrique. “How To: Collect Twitter Data in R.” CTEC Newsletter 3 (March/April 2021). Full text.
DICTIONARIES, GLOSSARIES, LEXICONS, AND DEFINITIONS
Hofmann, Sarah Judith. “The Jerusalem Declaration: redefining antisemitism?” Deutsche Welle (DW), 17 June 2021. Full text.
The Jerusalem Declaration On Antisemitism. March 25, 2021. Definition: “Antisemitism is discrimination, prejudice, hostility or violence against Jews as Jews (or Jewish institutions as Jewish).” An alternative to the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) working definition of antisemitism (2016). Full text and here.
Bowie, Neil G. “40 Terrorism Databases and Data Sets: A New Inventory.” Perspectives on Terrorism 15.2 (April 2021): 147-161. Full text.
“Capitol Breach Cases.” United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia, Department of Justice. A list of defendants charged in federal court in the District of Columbia related to crimes committed at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021. Database.
Casal Bértoa, Fernando. Party Systems and Governments Observatory. Data on government formation and party system institutionalization in all 48 European democracies, from the Second French Republic to the present. 2021. Dataset.
Gründler, Klaus, and Tommy Krieger. Machine Learning Democracy Index. Presenting democracy indices for 186 countries and the period from 1919 to 2019. 2021. Database.
Political Data Yearbook interactive. Political Data Yearbook captures election results, national referenda, changes in government, and institutional reforms for a range of countries, within and beyond the EU. Database.
MAPS, CHARTS, AND INFOGRAPHICS
Fischer, Sara. “Conservative social media app frenzy dies down after Capitol riots.” Axios, June 29, 2021. Chart.
VIDEOS AND PODCASTS
Baba, Ahmed. “The Community Factors That Drive Extremism And How To Counter Them.” Episode 4 of a 6 part video series with CARR on radical right extremism. With guest Mario Peucker. Rantt, May 21, 2021. Video.
Baba, Ahmed. “How Conspiracy Theories Can Lead To Extremism And How To Combat Them.” Episode 5 of a 6 part video series with CARR on radical right extremism. With guest Natalie James. Rantt, May 28, 2021. Video.
Baba, Ahmed. “How Extremists Organize & Radicalize Online: What Can We Do about It?” Episode 2 of a 6 part video series with CARR on radical right extremism. With guest Ashton Kingdon. Rantt, May 7, 2021. Video and here.
Baba, Ahmed. “How To Counter Radical Right Extremism.” Episode 1 of a 6 part video series with CARR on radical right extremism. With guest William Allchorn. Rantt, April 30, 2021. Video and here and here.
Baba, Ahmed. “How To Prevent Radicalization And Violent Extremism: Lessons From The UK.” Episode 3 of a 6 part video series with CARR on radical right extremism. With guest Sean Arbuthnot. Rantt, May 14, 2021. Video and here.
Baba, Ahmed. “Panel Of Extremism Experts Answer Questions On How To Counter Extremism.” Episode 6 of a 6 part video series with CARR on radical right extremism. With guests William Allchorn, Natalie James, Sean Arbuthnot, Mario Peucker, and Ashton Kingdon. Rantt, June 4, 2021. Video.
Brzuszkiewicz, Sara. “Extremist Narratives and Counter-narratives: A Discussion with Dr. William Allchorn.” European Eye on Radicalization (EER), 28 July 2021. Video.
Carville, Conor. “Episode 2 – Beckett & Fascism.” Beckett & (The Samuel Beckett Research Centre), June 13, 2021. In this episode, Conor Carville talks to Matthew Feldman about Beckett’s experiences of Fascism and Nazism, and their traces in his work. Podcast and here.
Corsetti, Stephanie. “Pandemic has seen an increase in ‘far-right mobilisation’ on social media.” SBS News (Australia), May 26, 2021. In part, an interview with Mario Peucker about the launch of the research study ‘A Snapshot of Far-right Activity on Gab in Australia.’ Audio.
Crump, Justin. “The State of Global Terrorism on the 20th Anniversary of 9/11.” Sibylline Podcasts – Insight Series, September 3, 2021. With guests Eloise Scott, James Barth, and Aedan Mordecai. Podcast.
Dell’Omo, Augusta. “The Anti-Gender Movement.” Right Rising (Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right), April 13, 2021. Season One, Episode Twenty-one. With guest Haley McEwen. Podcast and here and here and here. Transcript.
Dell’Omo, Augusta. “The Australian Radical Right.” Right Rising (Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right), March 16, 2021. Season One, Episode Eighteen. With guest Mario Peucker. Podcast and here and here. Transcript.
Dell’Omo, Augusta. “The Far Right’s Alternative History.” Right Rising (Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right), January 5, 2021. Season One, Episode Twelve. With guest Louie Dean Valencia-García. Podcast and here and here and here and here. Transcript.
Dell’Omo, Augusta. “The Far Right on the March – Understanding Demonstrations.” Right Rising (Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right), January 19, 2021. Season One, Episode Thirteen. With guest Michael Zeller. Podcast and here and here and here and here. Transcript.
Dell’Omo, Augusta. “Germany’s PEGIDA and Historical Memory on the Far Right.” Right Rising (Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right), April 27, 2021. Season One, Episode Twenty-two. With guest Sabine Volk. Podcast and here and here and here. Transcript.
Dell’Omo, Augusta. “Memes and Chan Culture.” Right Rising (Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right), March 30, 2021. Season One, Episode Nineteen. With guests Blyth Crawford and Florence Keen. Podcast and here and here and here. Transcript.
Dell’Omo, Augusta, “New Book Spotlight – Homegrown Hate.” Right Rising (Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right), May 11, 2021. Season One, Episode Twenty-Three. Guest Dr. Sara Kamali joins Right Rising to discuss her new book Homegrown Hate: Why White Nationalists and Militant Islamists Are Waging War against the United States. Podcast and here and here. Transcript.
Dell’Omo, Augusta. “The Prevent Duty and the United Kingdom’s Counter-Terrorism Strategy.” Right Rising (Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right), February 2, 2021. Season One, Episode Fourteen. With guest Natalie James. Podcast and here and here. Transcript.
Dell’Omo, Augusta. “Ideology and Far Right Ecologism.” Right Rising (Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right), February 16, 2021. Season One, Episode Fifteen. With guest Balsa Lubarda. Podcast and here and here. Transcript.
Dell’Omo, Augusta. “Understanding the Geography of the Radical Right.” Right Rising (Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right), March 2, 2021. Season One, Episode Sixteen. With guest Alexander Reid Ross. Podcast and here and here and here. Transcript.
Dell’Omo, Augusta. “Welcome Back to Right Rising: Season 2.” Right Rising (Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right), September 1, 2021. Season Two, Episode One. With guest Matthew Feldman. Podcast and here and here. Transcript.
Dell’Omo, Augusta, “The Year in Review.” Right Rising (Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right), May 25, 2021. Season One, Episode Twenty-Four. Guests Eviane Leidig, Ashley Mattheis, and William Allchorn rejoin Right Rising for a roundtable discussion of the radical right’s activities throughout the past year of the podcast. Podcast and here and here. Transcript.
Downes, James F. “The Radical Right in Scandinavia: Before, During & After the Pandemic.” Right Rising, June 24, 2021. Season One, Episode Twenty-Five. Mette Wiggen and Maureen Eger join Host James F. Downes in providing an introduction to the Radical Right in Scandinavia. Podcast and here and here. Transcript.
Downes, James F. “Understanding the Radical Right in Hungary.” Right Rising (Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right), April 6, 2021. Season One, Episode Twenty. With guest Katherine Kondor. Podcast and here and here and here. Transcript.
Feldman, Matthew. “From Christian witness to Christianism: Thomas Merton, ideology and religious violence.” Keynote address for the Bible and Contemporary Violence session of the online conference From the Rising to the Setting Sun: Global Perspectives on the Bible and Violence. Centre for the Study of Bible and Violence, July 21, 2021. Video.
Fisher, Eliza J. “Hate in the Homeland”: The Global Far Right with Cynthia Miller-Idriss. March 7, 2021. Podcast.
Fleming, Andy, and Cam Smith. “Yeah Nah Pasaran! #055 w Ashton Kingdon on AI, alt-tech, & occult nazis.” Yeah Nah Pasaran! February 11, 2021. Podcast.
Fleming, Andy, and Cam Smith. “Yeah Nah Pasaran! #056 w Michael Colborne on The Azov Battalion.” Yeah Nah Pasaran! February 18, 2021. Podcast.
Goodman, Amy. “Spencer Ackerman on How the U.S. War on Terror Fueled and Excused Right-Wing Extremism at Home.” Democracy Now, Aug. 20, 2021. With guest Spencer Ackerman, author of Reign of Terror: How the 9/11 Era Destabilized America and Produced Trump. Video.
Gross, Terry. “’Dark Money’ Is Funding The 2020 Election Challenge — And Could Challenge 2024.” NPR, August 5, 2021. An interview with Jane Mayer, author of the article “The Big Money Behind The Big Lie” in The New Yorker. Audio and transcription of introduction and interview highlights. Audio and transcription of interview.
Gurski, Phil. “Can we be more consistent in our use of language when talking about terrorism?” Quick Hits – Borealis, January 19, 2021. Episode 129. Video.
Gurski, Phil. “Do we need Canadian MPs to tell us what is a terrorist group?” Quick Hits – Borealis, February 4, 2021. Episode 135. Video.
Gurski, Phil. “RWE in Germany vs other forms of terrorism.” Quick Hits – Borealis, March 5, 2021. Episode 147. Video.
Gurski, Phil. “Sara Kamali – What can jihadis and white nationalists possibly have in common?” Canadian Intelligence Eh! – Borealis, June 9, 2021. In Episode 97, Phil Gurski talks with Sara Kamali, author of Homegrown Hate: Why White Nationalists and Militant Islamists are Waging War against the United States. Podcast.
Gurski, Phil. “Sophia Moskalenko: How does the sharing of images and memes online contribute to radicalisation?” Canadian Intelligence Eh! – Borealis, January 6, 2021. With guest Sophia Moskalenko. Podcast and here.
Gurski, Phil. “What is the point of ‘terrorist group listings’?” Quick Hits – Borealis, January 12, 2021. Episode 126. Video.
Gurski, Phil. “What the hell happened in Washington today?” Quick Hits – Borealis, January 6, 2021. Episode 124. Video.
Gurski, Phil. “What to make of Washington DC violence – Take 2.” Quick Hits – Borealis, January 8, 2021. Episode 125. With guest Barbara Perry. Video.
Gurski, Phil. “What will Right-wing extremists do after Trump?” Quick Hits – Borealis, January 29, 2021. Episode 132. Video.
Gurski, Phil. “Who says RWE is worse than ISIS?” Quick Hits – Borealis, March 2, 2021. Episode 145. Video.
Gurski, Phil. “Yes, the Canadian terrorist listing process is political and it is not necessary.” Quick Hits – Borealis, February 4, 2021. Episode 136. Video.
Hayes, Kelly. “Bent on Revenge, the Far Right Will Rage Against Reality in the Biden Era.” Movement Memos – Truthout, January 20, 2021. With guest Shane Burley, author of the book Fascism Today: What It Is and How to End It. Podcast.
Jespersen, Ryan. Real Talk, July 21, 2021. For the segment on Right-Wing Extremism, Aden Dur-e-Aden examines the recruitment of individuals within the radical right-wing groups in Canada. Podcast and here.
Jones, Tim. “Léonie de Jonge, ‘The Success and Failure of Right-Wing Populist Parties in the Benelux Countries.’” An interview with Léonie de Jonge, author of The Success and Failure of Right-Wing Populist Parties in the Benelux Countries. New Books Network – New Books in Political Science, July 28, 2021. Podcast and here.
Leidig, Eviane. “Webinar on the Far Right in Japan.” Lecturer: Naoto Higuchi. Moderated by Cathrine Thorleifsson. Global perspectives on the far right webinar series – C-REX, Mar. 3, 2021. Video.
Leidig, Eviane. “Webinar on the Far Right in Latin America with focus on Brazil.” Lecturer: Ariel Goldstein. Moderated by Cas Mudde. Global perspectives on the far right webinar series – C-REX, February 3, 2021. Video.
Liebell, Susan. “Cas Mudde, ‘The Far Right Today’ (Polity, 2019).” New Books Network, Mar 15, 2021. An interview with Cas Mudde. Podcast.
Raghinaru, Camelia. “The Telos Press Podcast: Michael Millerman on Alexander Dugin’s Populism.” Telos Press Podcast, June 4, 2021. With guest with Michael Millerman, author of “The Ethnosociological and Existential Dimensions of Alexander Dugin’s Populism,” Telos 193 (Winter 2020). Podcast.
Sauer, Birgit. “Right-wing populist gendered mobilization of affect. Examples from Austria & Germany.” Feb. 18, 2021. An online lecture in the context of the ZiF Workshop Peace and Fear – A Multidisciplinary Approach. Video.
Schofield, Camilla. “Britain’s Fascist Thread.” BBC Radio 4, 2021. Episode 1, 19 Feb. 2021. With guests Julie Gottlieb, Liam Liburd, and Martin Pugh. Audio.
Schofield, Camilla. “Britain’s Fascist Thread.” BBC Radio 4, 2021. Episode 2, 26 February 2021. With guests Paul Gilroy, Peter Hain, Lez Henry, Paul Jackson and Joe Mulhall. Audio.
Schofield, Camilla. “Britain’s Fascist Thread.” BBC Radio 4, 2021. Episode 3, 5 March 2021. With guests Iman Atta, Paul Gilroy, Paul Jackson, Joe Mulhall, and Dave Rich. Audio.
Tlapoyawa, Kurly, and Ruben Arellano. “Fascist Right Wing Movements in Mexico!” Tales From Aztlantis (The Chimalli Institute of Mesoamerican Arts), August 12, 2021. Season 1, Episode 19. With guest Luis Herrán Ávila. Podcast and here and here.
Valencia, Louie Dean. “What is ‘white multiculturalism’ in Canada?” Right Rising (Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right), March 10, 2021. Season One, Episode Seventeen. With guest Bàrbara Molas. Podcast and here and here and here. Transcript.