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Far-Right Terrorism is Global, but Coverage is Not: Hindu Nationalist Violence in India

Last week brought news of a tragic event in Germany with a right-wing terrorist attack in the city of Hanau. Much media coverage and scholarly commentary has been devoted towards focusing on the motives of the perpetrator and in particular, highlighting that the shooter uploaded a video onto YouTube shortly before the incident took place.… Continue reading “Far-Right Terrorism is Global, but Coverage is Not: Hindu Nationalist Violence in India”

Technology and the Swarm: A Dialogic Turn in Online Far-Right Activism

Earlier this week, the outgoing director general of the UK’s domestic intelligence agency, Sir Andrew Parker, suggested that technology was one of the biggest challenges facing the UK’s Security Services. Sir Andrew said he was particularly interested in artificial intelligence “because of our need to be able to make sense of the data lives of thousands of… Continue reading “Technology and the Swarm: A Dialogic Turn in Online Far-Right Activism”