Aufstand der Außenseiter. Die Herausforderung der europäischen Politik durch den neuen Populismus. Frank Decker, Bernd Henningsen, Marcel Lewandowsky, Philipp Adorf (Hrsg.). Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2022. Selected contents: An anti-establishment mainstream party: The Swiss People’s Party since the 1990s, by Oscar Mazzoleni, 169-186, first page — The enduring strength of right-wing populism in contemporary Dutch politics, by Stijn van Kessel, 187-200, first page — Governing populism – the Discursive Populism of Fidesz, by Balázs Böcskei, 385-400, first page — From mainstream to power: The Law and Justice party in Poland, by Bartek Pytlas, 401-414, first page.
Balázs, Kántás. “I Hereby Swear to the Almighty Lord to Fight with Arms in Order to Recapture the Robbed Territories of My 1000-year-old Hungarian Homeland…” Connections Between the Hungarian Political and Military Elite and Radical Right-Wing Paramilitary Movements in Hungary in the 1920s. Edited by Zoltán Zsávolya. Budapest: Horthy-Korszak Történetének Kutatásáért Társaság – Society for the Research of the Horthy-Era, 2022. Full text.
Bale, Jeffrey M., and Tamir Bar On. Fighting the Last War: Confusion, Partisanship, and Alarmism in the Literature on the Radical Right. Lanham: Lexington Books, 2022
Colborne, Michael. From the Fires of War: Ukraine’s Azov Movement and the Global Far Right. Stuttgart: ibidem Press, 2022
Cyberhate: The Far Right in the Digital Age. Edited by James Bacigalupo, Kevin Borgeson, and Robin Maria Valeri. Lanham: Lexington Books, 2022. Contents: Welcome to Cyberspace / by Michael Hoffman – Looks Can Be Deceiving: The Challenges of Recognizing Hate in Cyberspace / by Robin Maria Valeri – Is Hate Against the Law? Legal Responses to Cyberhate / by Janine Fodor – Bitcoin: The Currency of White Supremacists / by John Bambenek – Accelerating Hate: Atomwaffen Division, Contemporary Digital Fascism, and Insurrectionary Accelerationism / by Michael Loadenthal, Samantha Hausserman, and Matthew Thierry – When Cyberhate Turns to Violence: White Nationalism to the Manosphere / by Kevin Borgeson and James Bacigalupo – the Alt-right: Breaking into the Mainstream / by James Bacigalupo and Kevin Borgeson – Responding to Cyberhate / by James Bacigalupo.
Givens, Terri. The Roots of Racism: The Politics of White Supremacy in the US and Europe. Bristol: Bristol University Press, 2022. Chapter excerpts.
Johnson, Paul Elliott. I the People: The Rhetoric of Conservative Populism in the United States. Tuscaloosa, AL: The University of Alabama Press, 2022
DISSERTATIONS AND THESES
Dalli, Idil. “Does Resentment Moderate The Link Between Conspiracy Theories and Non-Normative Political Engagement?” Master of Science thesis, University of Neuchâtel, 2022. Full text.
Ekholm, Kalle. “Radical Right Success – Shaped by the Mainstream?” Ph.D., Stockholm University, 2022. Comprehensive summary.
ARTICLES IN JOURNALS AND COLLECTIONS
Armaly, Miles T., avid T. Buckley, and Adam M. Enders. “Christian Nationalism and Political Violence: Victimhood, Racial Identity, Conspiracy, and Support for the Capitol Attacks.” Political Behavior, Published: 4 January 2022. Full text and here.
Aukrust, Kjerstin. “The Metapolitical Strategy – Towards an Alliance between the Republican and Radical Right in France?” Living Alliances, Leaving Alliances: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Edited by Franck Orban and Elin Strand Larsen. Münster and New York: Waxmann Verlag GmbH, 2022. 81-105. Full text and here.
Balázs, Kántás. “The Brigade of the Great Hungarian Plain. The Crimes of the Most Notorious Military Detachment during the Wave of Paramilitary Violence Called the Hungarian White Terror in 1919–1921, and the Further Life of a Radical Right-Wing Paramilitary Commander.” Journal of Human Sciences 19.1 (Jan. 2022): 1-16. Full text and here.
Ben Shitrit, Lihi. “Radical-Right Cooptation of Feminism in Israel: A Case Study.” Politics, Groups, and Identities 10.1 (Jan. 2022): 152-156. Abstract.
Ben-Shitrit, Lihi, Julia Elad-Strenger, and Sivan Hirsch-Hoefler. “‘Pinkwashing’ the Radical-right: Gender and the Mainstreaming of Radical-right Policies and Actions.” European Journal of Political Research 61.1 (Feb. 2022): 86-110. Abstract.
Betz, Hans-Georg. “Economic Resentment or Cultural Malaise: What Accounts for Nativist Sentiments in Contemporary Liberal Democracies?” Handbook on Migration and Welfare. Edited by Markus M.L. Crepaz. Cheltenham and Northampton, Mass.: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2022. 351-366.
Bolin, Niklas, Stefan Dahlberg, and Sofie Blombäck. “The Stigmatisation Effect of the Radical Right on Voters’ Assessment of Political Proposals.” West European Politics, Published online: 31 Jan. 2022. Full text and here and here.
Brils, Tobias, Jasper Muis, and Teodora Gaidyte. “Dissecting Electoral Support for the Far Right: A Comparison between Mature and Post-Communist European Democracies.” Government and Opposition 57.1 (Jan. 2022): 56-83. Full text and here and here.
Castanho Silva, Bruno, Mario Fuks, and Eduardo Ryô Tamaki. “So Thin It’s Almost Invisible: Populist Attitudes and Voting Behavior in Brazil.” Electoral Studies 75 (Feb. 2022), art. 102434. Using data from the Brazilian Election Study for the 2018 Brazilian presidential elections to find support for the idea that right-wing ideology and illiberal attitudes rather than populist attitudes explain the success of the far right populist candidate, Jair Bolsonaro, and that populist attitudes may be irrelevant to explain the global rise of the far right. Abstract.
Chan, Ka Ming. “The Making of Radical-Right Voters: Persuasion and Contrast Effects in a Dynamic Political Context.” Political Psychology, First published: 3 January 2022. Full text and here and here and here.
Darius, Philipp, and Fabian Stephany. “How the Far-Right Polarises Twitter: ‘Hashjacking’ as a Disinformation Strategy in Times of COVID-19.” Complex Networks & Their Applications X. Volume 2, Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Complex Networks and Their Applications COMPLEX NETWORKS 2021. Edited by Rosa Maria Benito, Chantal Cherifi, Hocine Cherifi, Esteban Moro, Luis M. Rocha, and Marta Sales-Pardo. Cham, Switzerland: Springer, 2022. 100-111. Abstract, appendix, and references.
de la Prada, Àlex G. “Understanding out-mobility and radical-right support as responses to differentiated refugee exposure.” Journal of Refugee Studies, Published: 7 January 2022. Full text and here and here.
Drolet, Jean-François, and Michael C. Williams. “From Critique to Reaction: The New Right, Critical Theory and International Relations.” Journal of International Political Theory 18.1 (Feb. 2022): 23-45. Full text and here and here.
Eger, Maureen A., and Joakim Kulin. “The politicization of immigration and welfare: The progressive’s dilemma, the rise of far-right parties, and challenges for the left.” Handbook on Migration and Welfare. Edited by Markus M.L. Crepaz. Cheltenham and Northampton, Mass.: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2022. 230-254.
Esteves, Olivier. “Stigmatising the BBC in Letters of Support to Enoch Powell (1968).” Mémoire(s), identité(s), marginalité(s) dans le monde occidental contemporain 27 (Jan. 2022). Full text.
Foster, Russell David, and Xander Kirke. “‘Straighten Up and Fly Right’: Radical Right Attempts to Appeal to the British LGBTQ+ Community.” The British Journal of Politics and International Relations, First Published January 24, 2022. Full text and here and here.
Gansewig, Antje, and Maria Walsh. “Broadcast Your Past: Analysis of a German Former Right-Wing Extremist’s YouTube Channel for Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism and Crime.” Journal for Deradicalization 29 (Winter 2021/22): 129-176. Full text and here.
Garland, Joshua, Keyan Ghazi-Zahedi, Jean-Gabriel Young, Laurent Hébert-Dufresne, and Mirta Galesic. “Impact and Dynamics of Hate and Counter Speech Online.” EPJ Data Science 11.1 (2022), art. 3. Full text and here.
Graeber, John. “Parties on the Left, Parties on the Right: Electoral Competition and Citizenship Policy Change in Europe.” British Journal of Political Science 52.1 (Jan. 2022): 162-180. Full text and here and here.
Gundle, Stephen. “Mussolini between Hero Worship and Demystification: Exemplary Anecdotes, Petite Histoire, and the Problem of Humanization.” Comparative Studies in Society and History, Published online: 3 January 2022. Abstract and references.
Hackenesch, Christine, Maximilian Högl, Hannes Öhler, and Aline Burni. “Populist Radical Right Parties’ Impact on European Foreign Aid Spending.” JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies, First published: 5 January 2022. Full text and here and here and here.
Hameleers, Michael. “Separating Truth from Lies: Comparing the Effects of News Media Literacy Interventions and Fact-Checkers in Response to Political Misinformation in the US and Netherlands.” Information, Communication & Society 25.1 (Jan. 2022): 110-126. Full text and here and here.
Hjermitslev, Ida B. “Mainstream Sell-Outs? How Collaboration with the Radical Right Changes Perceptions of Party Positions on Immigration.” Government and Opposition 57.1 (Jan. 2022): 31-55. Full text and here and here.
Höffler, Katrin, Miriam Meyer, and Veronika Möller. “Risk Assessment—the Key to More Security? Factors, Tools, and Practices in Dealing with Extremist Individuals.” European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research, Published: 3 January 2022. Full text and here.
Hyttinen, Anniina. “Deradicalisation of Jobbik and Its Consequences – a Visual Ethnographic Analysis of the Symbolic and Ritual Change of a Hungarian Radical Right Party.” European Journal of Cultural and Political Sociology, Published online: 19 Jan. 2022. Abstract and funding.
Jankowski, Michael, Christina-Marie Juen, and Markus Tepe. “The Impact of Anti-Establishment Parties on the Electoral Success of Independent Local Lists: Evidence from Germany.” Party Politics 28.1 (Jan. 2022): 127-136. Full text and here and here.
Johnston, Samuel A. T. “Choose Your Target Wisely: How the EU Shapes Nationalism in Contemporary Europe.” West European Politics, Published online: 23 Jan. 2022. Abstract, funding, and notes.
Johnston, Samuel A. T., and Stefanie Sprong. “Seeking an Adversary: The Radical Right and the Saliency of pro-Immigration Positions in Green Party Speeches.” Party Politics, First Published January 7, 2022. Full text and here and here.
Kántás, Balázs. “The Brigade of the Great Hungarian Plain The crimes of the most notorious military detachment during the wave of paramilitary violence called the Hungarian White Terror in 1919-1921, and the further life of a radical right-wing paramilitary commander.” Journal of Human Sciences 19.1 (2022): 1-16. Full text and here and here.
Klehr, Harvey. “Teaching Anticommunism: Fred Schwarz and American Postwar Conservatism.” Journal of Cold War Studies 24.1 (Jan. 2022): 252-254. Abstract.
Koch, Ariel. “The ONA Network and the Transnationalization of Neo-Nazi-Satanism.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Published online: 12 Jan. 2022. Analyzing the connection between the philosophy of the Order of the Nine Angles (ONA) and the development of Fused Extremism. Abstract and notes.
Koning, Edward Anthony. “Welfare chauvinist or neoliberal opposition to immigrant welfare? The importance of measurement in the study of welfare chauvinism.” Handbook on Migration and Welfare. Edited by Markus M.L. Crepaz. Cheltenham and Northampton, Mass.: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2022. 156-174.
Kozlowski, Austin C. “How Conservatives Lost Confidence in Science: The Role of Ideological Alignment in Political Polarization.” Social Forces 100.3 (March 2022): 1415-1443. Abstract.
Lamour, Christian. “A Radical-Right Populist Definition of Cross-national Regionalism in Europe: Shaping Power Geometries at the Regional Scale Beyond State Borders.” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 46.1 (Jan. 2022): 8-25. Full text and here and here and here.
Lamour, Christian. “Representing the Radical Right of the Grande Nation in the Grand Duchy: The Viral ‘Fortress Europe’, the Contagious ‘Borderless Europe’ and the Non-Communicable ‘Cross-Border Regional Europe.’” Journal of Contemporary European Studies, Published online: 1 Feb. 2022. Full text and here and here.
Laumond, Bénédicte. “Addressing the Paradox of Tolerance in Liberal Democracies: Why Do France and Germany Respond Differently to Right-Wing Radicalism?” Journal of Contemporary European Studies, Published online: 6 Jan. 2022. 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 45.1 (Jan. 2022): 113-132. Abstract and references.
Martinsson, Lena, and Mathias Ericson. “‘Fight Pandemics with Protective Masks or Gender?’ Emerging Collective Identities and Anti-Gender Movements on Twitter during the COVID-19 Crisis in Sweden.” Feminist Media Studies, Published online: 11 Jan. 2022. Full text and here and here.
Miller, Andrea, and Lisa Bhungalia. “The Fungible Terrorist: Abject Whiteness, Domestic Terrorism, and the Multicultural Security State.” Small Wars & Insurgencies, Published online: 6 Jan. 2022. Abstract.
Miro, Clara Juarez, and Benjamin Toff. “How Right-Wing Populists Engage with Cross-Cutting News on Online Message Boards: The Case of ForoCoches and Vox in Spain.” The International Journal of Press/Politics, First Published January 5, 2022. Abstract and references.
Montuori Fernandes, Carla, Luiz Ademir de Oliveira, Fernando de Resende Chaves, and Pedro Farnese. “The Denial of Science in the Antisystem Populist Rhetoric.” American Academic Scientific Research Journal for Engineering, Technology, and Sciences 85.1 (2022): 187-199. Full text and here.
Nilsen, Håvard Friis. “How the South Was Won: The Republican Party’s Southern Alliance.” Living Alliances, Leaving Alliances: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Edited by Franck Orban and Elin Strand Larsen. Münster and New York: Waxmann Verlag GmbH, 2022. 61-80.
Och, Malliga, and Rina Verma Williams. “Feminism, Identities, and the Substantive Representation of Women on the Right – Crafting a Global Dialogue.” Politics, Groups, and Identities 10.1 (Jan. 2022): 135-138. Abstract.
O’Donnell, Catharina, and Eran Shor. “‘This Is a Political Movement, Friend’: Why ‘Incels’ Support Violence.” The British Journal of Sociology, First published: 16 January 2022. Abstract and references. Abstract.
Oshri, Odelia, Liran Harsgor, Reut Itzkovitch-Malka, and Or Tuttnauer. “Risk Aversion and the Gender Gap in the Vote for Populist Radical Right Parties.” American Journal of Political Science, First published: 1 February 2022. Abstract. Appendices.
Ozdemir, Ugur, and Marc S. Jacob. “Values, Taboos, and Votes: How Basic Human Values Affect Populist Electoral Support.” Swiss Political Science Review, First published: 21 January 2022. Full text and here and here and here.
Öztürk, Ebru, Ayse Serdar, and Katarina Giritli Nygren. “The Veil as an Object of Right-Wing Populist Politics: A Comparative Perspective of Turkey, Sweden, and France.” Identities, Published online: 30 Jan. 2022. Full text and here and here.
Pasieka, Agnieszka. “‘Tomorrow Belongs to Us’: Pathways to Activism in Italian Far-Right Youth Communities.” Comparative Studies in Society and History, Published online: 3 January 2022. Abstract and references.
Perreault, Gregory, and Kimberly Meltzer. “Metajournalistic Discourse and Reporting Policies on White Nationalism.” Journal of Communication Inquiry, First Published January 10, 2022. Abstract and references.
Perry, Samuel L. “Banning Because of Science or In Spite of It? Scientific Authority, Religious Conservatism, and Support for Outlawing Pornography, 1984-2018.” Social Forces 100.3 (March 2022): 1385-1414. Abstract.
“The Radical Right and Welfare Politics: Causes and Consequences” [special issue]: West European Politics 45.1 (Jan. 2022). Contents: How to Study the Populist Radical Right and the Welfare State? by Philip Rathgeb and Marius R. Busemeyer, 1-23, full text and here and here – Welfare State Policies and Far Right Party Support: Moderating ‘insecurity Effects’ among Different Social Groups, by Tim Vlandas and Daphne Halikiopoulou, 24-49, abstract – Embedded Liberalism or Embedded Nationalism? How Welfare States Affect Anti-Globalisation Nationalism in Party Platforms, by Brian Burgoon and Wouter Schakel, 50-76, full text and here and here – Authoritarian Values and the Welfare State: The Social Policy Preferences of Radical Right Voters, by Marius R. Busemeyer, Philip Rathgeb, and Alexander H. J. Sahm, 77-101, abstract and funding – Radical Right Parties and Their Welfare State Stances – Not so Blurry after All?” by Matthias Enggist and Michael Pinggera, 102-128, full text and here and here – Back to the Familialist Future: The Rise of Social Policy for Ruling Populist Radical Right Parties in Italy and Poland, by Guglielmo Meardi and Igor Guardiancich, 129-153, abstract and notes – The Impact of Radical Right Parties on Family Benefits, by Laurenz Ennser-Jedenastik, 154-176, full text and here and here – Taking Back Control of the Welfare State: Brexit, Rational-Imaginaries and Welfare Chauvinism, by Matthew Donoghue and Mikko Kuisma, 177-199, abstract and notes.
Ravecca, Paulo, Marcela Schenck, Bruno Fonseca, and Diego Forteza. “What Are They Doing Right? Tweeting Right-Wing Intersectionality in Latin America.” Globalizations, Published online: 1 Feb. 2022. Exploring how right-wing intersectionality (RWI), an emerging feature of the global radical right, manifests in 20 leading influencers, activists, and politicians. Abstract.
Recuero, Raquel, Felipe Bonow Soares, Otávio Vinhas, Taiane Volcan, Luiz Ricardo Goulart Hüttner, and Victória Silva. “Bolsonaro and the Far Right: How Disinformation About COVID-19 Circulates on Facebook in Brazil.” International Journal of Communication 16 (2022): 148-171. Full text and here and here.
Reed, Adam. “Sympathy for Oswald Mosley: Politics of Reading and Historical Resemblance in the Moral Imagination of an English Literary Society.” Comparative Studies in Society and History, Published online: 3 January 2022. Full text and here and here.
Reyna, Christine, Kara Harris, Andrea Bellovary, Angel Armenta, and Michael Zarate. “The Good Ol’ Days: White Identity, Racial Nostalgia, and the Perpetuation of Racial Extremism.” Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, First Published January 5, 2022. Abstract and references.
Schäfer, Fabian. “Japan’s Shift to the Right: Computational Propaganda, Abe Shinzo’s LDP, and Internet Right-Wingers (Netto Uyo).” The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus 20.2 (January 15, 2022), art. 4. Full text and here.
Schürmann, Benjamin, and Johann Gründl. “Yelling from the Sidelines? How German Parties Employ Populist and Crisis-Related Messages on Facebook.” Political Research Exchange 4.1 (Dec. 2022), art. 2021095. Full text and here and here.
Sümeghy, Dávid. “Halo effect of diversification and polarization, and the role of relative deprivation based on the 2018 Swedish parliamentary elections results.” Regional Statistics 12.1 (2022). Full text.
Thomsen, Carly, Zach Levitt, Christopher Gernon, and Penelope Spencer. “U.S. Anti-Abortion Ideology on the Move: Mobile Crisis Pregnancy Centers as Unruly, Unmappable, Ungovernable.” Political Geography 92 (Jan. 2022), art. 102523. Abstract and references.
Torregrosa, Javier, Gema Bello-Orgaz, Eugenio Martínez-Cámara, Javier Del Ser, and David Camacho. “A Survey on Extremism Analysis Using Natural Language Processing: Definitions, Literature Review, Trends and Challenges.” Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Humanized Computing, Published: 12 January 2022. Defining extremism as “an ideological movement, contrary to the democratic and ethical values of a society, that uses different methods, including violence (physical or verbal) to achieve its objectives.” Full text and here.
Ulrich, Anne, Olaf Kramer, and Dietmar Till. “Populism and the Rise of the AfD in Germany.” Populist Rhetorics: Case Studies and a Minimalist Definition. Edited by Christian Kock and Lisa Villadsen. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2022. 107-139. Chapter abstract and references.
van Prooijen, Jan-Willem, Talia Cohen Rodrigues, Carlotta Bunzel, Oana Georgescu, Dániel Komáromy, and André P. M. Krouwel. “Populist Gullibility: Conspiracy Theories, News Credibility, Bullshit Receptivity, and Paranormal Belief.” Political Psychology, First published: 10 January 2022. Full text and here and here and here.
Verkuyten, Maykel, Rachel Kollar, Jessica Gale, and Kumar Yogeeswaran. “Right-Wing Political Orientation, National Identification and the Acceptance of Immigrants and Minorities.” Personality and Individual Differences 184 (Jan. 2022), art. 111217. Full text and here and here and here.
White, Jessica. “Finding the Right Mix: Re-Evaluating the Road to Gender-Equality in Countering Violent Extremism Programming.” Critical Studies on Terrorism, Published online: 4 Feb. 2022. Abstract.
Zhao, Steven. “Examining and Problematizing the Journalistic Discourses of Radical Rightism.” Educational Philosophy and Theory 54.1 (Jan. 2022): 37-47. Abstract.
Ziller, Conrad, and Romana Careja. “Personal and contextual foundations of welfare chauvinism in Western Europe.” Handbook on Migration and Welfare. Edited by Markus M.L. Crepaz. Cheltenham and Northampton, Mass.: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2022. 175-193.
CONFERENCE PAPERS, WORKING PAPERS, AND PREPRINTS
Direnberger, Lucia, Elisa Banfi, and Vista Eskandari. “Locating the threat, rebordering the nation: Gender and Islamophobia in the Swiss Parliament, 2001–2015.” The European Journal of Women’s Studies, In press. HAL, 4 Jan 2022. Full text.
Rori, Lamprini, Vasiliki Georgiadou, and Costas Roumanias. Political violence in Greece through the PVGR database: evidence from the far right and the far left. Hellenic Observatory Discussion Papers on Greece and Southeast Europe. Paper No. 167, January 2022. Using the Political Violence in Greece (PVGR) database. Full text.
Holt, Jared. After the Insurrection: How Domestic Extremists Adapted and Evolved After the January 6 US Capitol Attack. Washington, DC: Digital Forensic Research Lab (DFRLab), Atlantic Council, January 2022. Full text.
CONFERENCE PROGRAMMES AND ABSTRACTS
Echoes of Fascism: The Radical Right in the Twenty-First Century. A one-day conference organised by The Wiener Holocaust Library, The European Fascist Movements 1918-1941 project, the Centre for the Analysis of the Radical Right and HOPE not hate. The Wiener Holocaust Library and online, 19 January 2022. Conference programme.
LEGISLATION AND PROPOSED LEGISLATION
Berry, Jeffrey M. [Review of] Red State Blues: How the Conservative Revolution Stalled in the States, by Matt Grossmann. Party Politics, First Published January 5, 2022
Brack, Nathalie. [Review of] International Populism: The Radical Right in the European Parliament, by Annika Werner and Duncan McDonnell. Party Politics, First Published January 20, 2022. References.
Buarque, Beatriz. [Review of] The Politics of Fear: The Shameless Normalization of Far-Right Discourses, 2nd edition, by Ruth Wodak. Critical Discourse Studies, Published online: 10 Jan. 2022. First page.
Childers, Michael. [Review of] This Land Is My Land: Rebellion in the West, by James R. Skillen. The AAG Review of Books 10.1 (Jan. 2022): 19-20
Lewandowsky, Marcel. [Review of] The German New Right: AfD, Pegida and the Re-Imagining of National Identity, by Jay Julian Rosellini. Party Politics, First Published January 8, 2022
Molinet, MariTere. [Review of] It Can Happen Here: White Power and the Rising Threat of Genocide in the U.S., by A. L. Hinton. Crime Prevention and Community Safety, Published: 16 January 2022. References.
Pentaras, Stefanos. [Review of] Organizing Against Democracy: The Local Organizational Development of Far Right Parties in Greece and Europe, by Antonis A. Ellinas. Party Politics, First Published January 5, 2022
Schain, Martin A. [Review of] Neoliberal Nationalism: Immigration and the Rise of the Populist Right, by Christian Joppke. Ethnic and Racial Studies 45.3 (Feb. 2022): 571-574. First page.
Schlozman, Daniel. [Review of] The American Right After Reagan, by Edward Ashbee, John Dumbrell, and Alex Waddan. Party Politics, First Published January 13, 2022
Shams, Tahseen. “The Immigrant Threat Narrative and the Politics of Resentment.” Review of Immigrant Labor and the New Precariat, by Ruth Milkman. Contemporary Sociology: A Journal of Reviews 51.1 (Jan. 2022): 1-5. First page.
Styczynska, Natasza. [Review of] Conspiracy Theories in Eastern Europe: Tropes and Trends, edited by Anastasiya Astapova, Onoriu Colăcel, Corneliu Pintilescu, and Tamás Scheibner. Europe-Asia Studies 74.1 (Jan. 2022): 168-170. First page.
Dedorson, Emma Sofia. “After France, the French far right is coming for Europe.” EUobserver, 24 Jan. 2022. Interviews with two French far-right presidential candidates: Marine Le Pen and Eric Zemmour. Full text.
Lubarda, Balša. “The CARR Interview Series: Valerio Alfonso Bruno.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right, January 7, 2022. An interview with Valerio Alfonso Bruno. Full text.
Chazan, Guy. “Leader of Germany’s AfD quits over party’s drift to radical right.” The Irish Times, Jan. 28, 2022. On the resignation of Jörg Meuthen, who was elected leader in 2015. Full text.
Coleman, Alistair, and Shayan Sardarizadeh. “Anti-vax protests: ‘Sovereign citizens’ fight UK Covid vaccine rollout.” BBC News, January 18, 2022. Mentions Alpha Men Assemble (a newly-formed group which combines anti-vaccine and sovereign citizen beliefs); Article 61 of Magna Carta (the clause cited by UK sovereign citizen activists); “sovereign citizen” and “freeman on the land” conspiracy theories (allegations of “genocide” and “depopulation” via vaccinations); “vaccine genocide”; and “writs” (fake legal documents issued by UK sovereign citizen activists calling for the recipient to stop promoting or administering Covid vaccines and threatening prosecution for violating the Nuremberg Code against human experimentation). Full text.
“Covid denialist and Bolsonaro ally Olavo de Carvalho died of virus, says daughter.” my24group.com, Jan. 26, 2022. On Olavo de Carvalho, the coronavirus-denying mentor of Jair Bolsonaro and Brazil’s radical right, who has died in the United States, with one of his children citing Covid-19 as the cause. Full text.
“France bans extreme-right group over violence against anti-racists at Zemmour rally.” The Times of Israel, 6 January 2022. On the group “Zouaves Paris,” an extreme-right youth group founded in 2017. Full text.
“French far-right presidential candidate Zemmour fined for inciting race hate.” Reuters, January 17, 2022. Full text.
“Investigation into online platforms finds ‘foul trove of racial hatred.’” Sky News, 12 January 2022. On a “foul trove of racial hatred” on Twitter and Facebook and amongst the gaming community uncovered by research by the UK-based Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right (CARR). Full text.
Jenkins, Jack. “How the Capitol attacks helped spread Christian nationalism in the extreme right.” Religion News Service (RNS), January 26, 2022. Full text.
Phillips, Tom. “Covid denialist and Bolsonaro ally Olavo de Carvalho died of virus, says daughter.” The Guardian, 25 Jan. 2022. Full text.
Quadri, Sami. “Norwegian killer Anders Breivik begins parole hearing with Nazi salute.” Evening Standard, January 18, 2022. Mentions “Nazi-Civil-War” (white supremacist slogan on a sign carried by Breivik); Par Oberg (prominent Swedish neo-Nazi from the neo-Nazi Nordic Resistance Movement); “Sieg Heil!” (Nazi slogan); and “stop your genocide against our white nations” (white supremacist slogan on a sign carried by Breivik). Full text.
“Radical right-wing Zemmour fined 10,000 euros for inciting racial hatred.” Newsy Today, January 19, 2022. Full text.
“‘Trove of racial hatred’ exposed by investigation into online platforms,” TheJournal.ie, January 12, 2022. On a “foul trove of racial hatred” on Twitter and Facebook and amongst the gaming community uncovered by research by the UK-based Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right (CARR). Full text.
BLOG POSTS AND OPINION PIECES
Albertazzi, Daniele. “Italy’s Radical-Right Populism is Not ‘Fascism.’” EA WorldView, Jan. 15, 2022. Full text.
Archer, Nandini. “‘Gay cake’ case shows power of US Christian Right.” openDemocracy, 6 January 2022. Full text.
Ball, James. “55 Tufton Street, SW1: The most influential address you’ve never heard of.” The New European, 13 January 2022. On 55 Tufton Street, the Westminster home of a group of right wing think tanks including the TaxPayers’ Alliance, the Global Warming Policy Foundation and Migration Watch. Full text.
Bélanger, Marie-Eve, and Natasha Wunsch. “Populist Radical Right in the European Parliament: a New Force?” The JCMS Blog, 19 Jan. 2022. Full text.
Blumenthal, Sidney. “The insurrection is only the tip of the iceberg.” The Guardian, 6 Jan. 2022. Full text.
Burley, Shane, and Alexander Reid Ross. “How the Denver Shooter’s Digital Trail Exposes the Violent Fantasies of the ‘Manosphere.’” bellingcat, January 6, 2022. On the Denver shooter Lyndon McLeod, a far-right ideologue in “the Manosphere.” Full text.
“The charm of cryptocurrencies for white supremacists.” The Economist, Feb 5, 2022. Full text.
Cryer, Thomas. “Twilight of the Idols: The Critical Race Theory Scare and the Collapsing Dream of a Colour-Blind America.” Doing History in Public, January 18, 2022. Full text.
Darcy, Oliver. “Conspiracy, deflection, and mockery: How right-wing media is marking the January 6 anniversary.” CNN, January 6, 2022. Full text.
Davey, Jacob. “Radicalisation in the Military – A Pressing Issue.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, January 24, 2022. Full text.
Dean, Louis. “Local Matters: A case study of far-right engagement with the environment.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right, January 10, 2022. Full text.
Diamond, Larry. “January 6 and the Paradoxes of America’s Democracy Agenda.” Foreign Affairs, January 6, 2022. Excerpt.
Engel, Valery. “Does Ukraine Need the Light of Hannukah?” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, January 21, 2022. Full text.
Fielitz, Maik. “Germany’s far-Right might get public funding for a think tank.” openDemocracy, 26 January 2022. Full text.
Fox, Jaclyn. “Waukesha And The Machinery Of Right-Wing Disinformation.” Rantt, January 27, 2022. Full text.
Henry, Clive. “The Swords of Wayland: from family television to fascist mythos.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, January 20, 2022. Full text.
Hudak, John, William G. Gale, Darrell M. West, Vanda Felbab-Brown, Rashawn Ray, Molly E. Reynolds, Elaine Kamarck, William A. Galston, and Gabriel R. Sanchez. “Around the Halls: One year since the January 6 insurrection.” The Brookings Institution, January 5, 2022. Full text.
Jackson, Paul. “Problems of Remembering the Holocaust in the time of Covid-19.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, January 27, 2022. Full text.
Johnson, Bethan. “The Role of Animals in National Socialist Propaganda.” Fair Observer, January 5, 2022. Full text.
Kreter, Maximilian, and Kiran Bowry. “Saxony – from ‘red stronghold’ to ‘brown stain’? Perspectives on the extreme right in the Free State from 1989 to 2019.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, January 11, 2022. Full text.
Lengkeek, Yannick. “How Fascism Inspired Radical Right Movements Across The Global South.” Rantt, February 1, 2022. Full text.
Liyanage, Chamila. “Authoritarians Are Winning Their War On Western Democracy.” Rantt, January 18, 2022. Full text.
Marche, Stephen. “The next US civil war is already here – we just refuse to see it.” The Guardian, 4 Jan. 2022. Full text.
McCann, Craig. “Beware the Anti-Fascists, for they have become what they oppose.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, February 2, 2022. Full text.
Neiwert, David. “In the year since Jan. 6, America’s radical right has hardened into an anti-democratic insurgency.” Daily Kos, January 5, 2022. Full text.
Neiwert, David. “Over 100 extremist candidates demonstrate how radical-right takeover of GOP is complete.” Daily Kos, February 4, 2022. Full text.
Norris, Sian, and Heidi Siegmund Cuda. “Insurrection at the Capitol – One Year On. How QAnon Went Mainstream.” Byline Times, 11 January 2022. Full text.
Ross, Alexander Reid. “Response to ‘Beware the Anti-Fascists, for they have become what they oppose.’” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, February 4, 2022. A rebuttal of Craig McCann’s article “Beware the Anti-Fascists, for they have become what they oppose.” Full text.
Scrinzi, Francesca. “Why do women join radical-Right parties?” openDemocracy, 28 January 2022. Full text.
von Kumberg, Krystel. “The Borderline between Poland and Belarus: A Spotlight on the Transnational Far Right.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, January 19, 2022. Full text.
Waring, Alan. “‘Britain First’: Harmless Patriots, or Trump’s Heroes and Russia’s Dupes? (Part 1).” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, January 28, 2022. Full text.
Waring, Alan. “‘Britain First’: Harmless Patriots, or Trump’s Heroes and Russia’s Dupes? (Part II).” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, January 31, 2022. Full text.
Webb, Chris. “The Sobibor Area Labour Camps – Part I.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, January 17, 2022. Full text.
Webb, Chris. “The Sobibor Area Labour Camps – Part II.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, January 18, 2022. Full text.
Wilson, Teddy. “January 6th is a Warning.” Radical Reports, Jan. 6, 2022. Full text.
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VIDEOS AND PODCASTS
Bernstein, Rachel. Radical Research w/ Mark Potok.” IndoctriNation, Jan. 5, 2022. With guest Mark Potok. Podcast.