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The Under-Discussed Recent History Of The Radical Right Terrorism In Germany

The German terror group “National Socialist Underground“ is unprecedented – radical right terrorism is not A marathon trial in Germany has come to an end. On 11 July 2018, more than five years after the trial had begun, the higher regional court in Munich handed down the sentences against five members and supporters of the… Continue reading “The Under-Discussed Recent History Of The Radical Right Terrorism In Germany”

Here’s How We Should Combat Radical Right-Wing Terrorism

On 22 May 2017, an Islamist suicide bomber detonated his bomb outside an Ariana Grande pop concert at the Manchester Arena. His chosen target was guaranteed to kill the most innocent in our society, young people, predominantly teenage girls enjoying a night of music and dancing. The Mayor of Greater Manchester, former MP Andy Burnham,… Continue reading “Here’s How We Should Combat Radical Right-Wing Terrorism”

A Decade after David Copeland: Neo-Nazi ‘broadband terrorism’ in the UK

CARR’s Director, Prof. Matthew Feldman presents: A Decade After David Copeland: Neo-Nazi ‘Broadband Terrorism’ in the UK.  This talk was presented as part of the “Neo-Nazi “Broadband Terrorism” in the UK” seminar at the University of Leicester on April 18, 2018. The threat posed by terrorism today is changing rapidly – as have methods of… Continue reading “A Decade after David Copeland: Neo-Nazi ‘broadband terrorism’ in the UK”

Radical Right Terrorism is Now Taken Seriously, But the Rifts They Exploit Are Not Healing

Spring 2018 marks a dark anniversary for those who study the radical right. Nineteen years ago, David Copeland, self-appointed member of the White Wolves and more infamously known as the “London Nail Bomber”, was in the midst of his bombing campaign. Targeting communities in East London, Brixton and Soho, his goal was to divide society… Continue reading “Radical Right Terrorism is Now Taken Seriously, But the Rifts They Exploit Are Not Healing”

Neo-Nazi “Broadband terrorism” in the UK

CARR Director – Prof. Matthew Feldman presents: A decade after David Copeland: Neo-Nazi ‘broadband terrorism’ in the UK. April 18, 2018 • University of Leicester, UK The threat posed by terrorism today is changing rapidly – as have methods of study of this phenomenon, including analysis of radicalisation and the ‘terrorist cycle’. This presentation takes… Continue reading “Neo-Nazi “Broadband terrorism” in the UK”

Neo-Nazi Activism and Terrorism in the UK and Germany: Social Movements, Radicalisation, and the New Media

CARR Director – Prof. Matthew Feldman presents: A decade after David Copeland: Neo-Nazi ‘broadband terrorism’ in the UK The threat posed by terrorism today is changing rapidly – as have methods of study of this phenomenon, including analysis of radicalisation and the ‘terrorist cycle’. This presentation takes a qualitative approach to one aspect of contemporary… Continue reading “Neo-Nazi Activism and Terrorism in the UK and Germany: Social Movements, Radicalisation, and the New Media”

ASEN-CARR Blogpost #1 with Craig McCann

In ASEN-CARR’s inaugural podcast, CARR Doctoral Fellow Nicholas James speaks to Senior Fellow Dr. Craig McCann, who is an expert on preventing violent extremism. Dr. McCann researches, lectures, and writes on far right extremism, counter terrorism, and preventing and countering violent extremism. In this 45-minute interview, he speaks to Nicholas about recent developments in preventing… Continue reading “ASEN-CARR Blogpost #1 with Craig McCann”

Dr John E. Richardson

Email: john_e_richardson@hotmail.com Positions: Adjunct Associate Professor of Language & Linguistics, University of the Sunshine Coast Specialist research areas: The discourse of British fascism; fascist ideology and practice since 1918; radical-right terrorism; mediation of Holocaust Commemoration; rhetoric and argumentation Available for consultation in the following areas: Analysis and report writing; legal consultancy; government consultancy; third sector… Continue reading “Dr John E. Richardson”