Tag: Terrorism

The Extreme Right’s Legitimisation of Vehicle Ramming

On the morning of 14 August 2018, a vehicle struck cyclists and pedestrians during rush hour in London before crashing into security barriers outside the Houses of Parliament. The seemingly deliberate use of a vehicle as a weapon brought to mind similar events that have been making headlines around the world. Last year Khalid Masood… Continue reading “The Extreme Right’s Legitimisation of Vehicle Ramming”

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”

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””