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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 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”

Protecting Democracy and Countering Far-Right Demagogy

  There is currently much debate in many European countries about the best way to deal with public expressions of ethnonationalism, racism and antisemitism. Only a few years ago, democratic societies would publicly discuss racism, but refuse a platform for racists. However, this has been changing for some time now. In Germany, radical right rhetoric… Continue reading “Protecting Democracy and Countering Far-Right Demagogy”

What next for the UK Radical Right? Electoral Misfortune and the Rise of New Actors

2017 started as a terrible year for the UK radical right. With the leader of Britain First in prison and the far-right group UKIP tanking in the June 2017 General Election, the bluster that had put wind in the sails of Britain’s fringe political movement after the 2016 Brexit Referendum and American Presidential Election seemed… Continue reading “What next for the UK Radical Right? Electoral Misfortune and the Rise of New Actors”

Bibliography: 2018

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Professor Matthew Feldman

Email:  matthew@radicalrightanalysis.com Position(s):  Director, CARR. Visiting Professor, Richmond, the American University in London. Professorial Fellow, University of York. Member, Expert Witness Institute. Specialist research areas: Fascist ideology and practice since 1918; the Holocaust and Holocaust denial; neo-Nazi and ‘lone wolf’ terrorism; radical right movements and ideologues; radical right online patterns of communication; cumulative extremism; hate… Continue reading “Professor Matthew Feldman”

Dr William Allchorn

Email: w.allchorn@radicalrightanalysis.com Position(s): Associate Director, CARR. Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Leeds. Visiting Lecturer in Politics, Leeds Trinity University. Specialist research areas: UK Radical Right, Anti-Islam Protest Movements, Cumulative Extremism, Policy Responses, Radical Right Social Movements, Islamophobia, and the Political, Social and Criminal Consequences of Radical Right Extremism. Available for Consultancy in the following areas: Counter-Narrative… Continue reading “Dr William Allchorn”

Mr Fiyaz Mughal OBE

Email: fiyaz@faith-matters.co.uk Position: Founder and Director of Tell MAMA. Profile: Fiyaz Mughal OBE is the founder and Director of the national anti-Muslim hate crime monitoring project called TELL MAMA. TELL MAMA ensures the mapping monitoring and measuring of anti-Muslim hatred across England and Wales and is the only national project that works in this area.… Continue reading “Mr Fiyaz Mughal OBE”