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Norwegian radical right minister of justice steps down to avoid collapse of government

Overview The Norwegian right-wing government coalition was close to collapse in March 2018. The radical right Minister of Justice (including “Immigration and Preparedness”), Sylvi Listhaug, posted a Facebook social media status with a photo of a group of Islamist terrorists.  The accompanying caption attacked the Labour Party (Arbeiderpartiet, AP) for being too lenient on suspected… Continue reading “Norwegian radical right minister of justice steps down to avoid collapse of government”

Not Even Pretty from a Distance: Rural Poland and the “Holocaust Law”

It seems that communist habits die hard, even amongst anti-communists: legislating to tell people what they may and may not say is currently back in fashion in Poland. Much has been written about the new law of 26 January 2018, which promises to prosecute those who identify Nazi death camps located in occupied Poland during… Continue reading “Not Even Pretty from a Distance: Rural Poland and the “Holocaust Law””

Oswald Mosley: From Radical Right to Fascist Ideologue

Sir Oswald Mosley’s adoption of fascism was greatly inspired by his ‘Italian adventure’ of 1932. In the early months of that year, Mosley travelled to Italy and was captivated by what he experienced there: purportedly successful reclamation schemes, which employed hundreds of thousands of men; and meetings with prominent Fascist officials, including Mussolini, who Mosley… Continue reading “Oswald Mosley: From Radical Right to Fascist Ideologue”

The trial against the far right terror group “National Socialist Underground”

It is an outstanding lawsuit in all respects: five presumed members and supporters of the neo-Nazi terrorist group “National Socialist Underground” (NSU) are standing trial at the Higher Regional Court (Oberlandesgericht) in Munich. This high-profile case is considered to be one of the largest and most important criminal trials in Germany since the country’s reunification.… Continue reading “The trial against the far right terror group “National Socialist Underground””

The Legacy of Italian Fascism: Not Coming to Terms with the Past

Italy’s myths about fascism are not just widespread, but dangerously wrong. Forlì is an ordinary kind of town, well off the tourist track, in the Emilia-Romagna region of northeast Italy. Its streets are quiet, and it boasts few of the architectural gems that characterize Italian cities. It is overshadowed by Ravenna to the south and… Continue reading “The Legacy of Italian Fascism: Not Coming to Terms with the Past”

Bibliography: 2018

Contents Books  Dissertations and Theses  Articles in Journals and Collections Conference Papers, Working Papers, and Preprints Reports Research Projects Conference Programmes and Abstracts Legislation and Proposed Legislation Book Reviews Film Reviews Interviews News Accounts Blog Posts and Opinion Pieces Timelines and Chronologies Bibliographies Software Dictionaries, Glossaries, and Lexicons Databases Maps, Charts, and Infographics Videos and… Continue reading “Bibliography: 2018”

Mr William Baldet

Email: Position(s): Countering Violent Extremism practitioner. Consultant for the Office for Security and Cooperation in Europe. Member of the EU-funded Radicalisation Awareness Network (RAN) Europe. Specialist areas: Radicalisation and polarisation in communities, ideological narratives of extreme Islamists and the radical right, civil society engagement and initiatives to tackle radicalisation, Government policy (central and local)… Continue reading “Mr William Baldet”

Antisemitism: From Its Origins to the Present

In this course, 50 leading scholars from all over the world will explore questions and issues relating to antisemitism including: what is antisemitism? How has it changed throughout history? Why can it be found among so many diverse cultures, and even among opposing ideologies? What happened to antisemitism after the Holocaust? How is antisemitism expressed… Continue reading “Antisemitism: From Its Origins to the Present”

Interview: The Radical Right, Ideology and Development

An Interview with CARR Senior Fellow, Professor Cas Mudde. In CARR’s first podcast, Director Matthew Feldman speaks to Professor Cas Mudde, widely regarded as the world’s leading voice on the populist right right today. Professor Mudde has published widely on this subject, including co-authoring the Oxford Short History book, Populism (2017), while also releasing The Far-Right in America earlier… Continue reading “Interview: The Radical Right, Ideology and Development”