As we try to understand how extreme groups win mass appeal, this organisation offers valuable lessons.
Since the Brexit vote in 2016, rebellious movements have repeatedly shown their ability to shape political outcomes across the globe, often in unexpected ways: So what lies next?
The world's loudest hater of 'fake news' is also a brazen peddler of insidious misinformation.
The US president has lent legitimacy to a small group of right-wing extremists by sharing its content.
Five serving members of the army have been arrested on suspicion of belonging to the group.
The radical right has a keen sense of its own history, and the violence of the 1990s is still fresh in its memory.
There's talk of a new 'Christian crusade' – and it's highly dangerous.
Robert E. Lee is one of the most memorialised figures of the American civil war. Here's why that causes so much anger.
A crackdown on the beef and leather trades has put hundreds of thousands of Indian Muslims and Dalits out of work, vexing already-tense religious relations and hurting India's economy.
Fed by the far-right, Islamophobia continues to make it into the mainstream – where it's eagerly received by some.
Even if populist movements have been turned back in a few European elections, populism is not going to disappear. The EU needs a strategy to contain it.
India's Supreme Court could soon rule to abolish "triple talaq", a practice that allows Muslim men to divorce their wives instantaneously and discriminates against women.
Like president George W. Bush before him, Donald Trump made the announcement from the White House Rose Garden, showing that Republican governments have failed to learn past lessons.
Both attack the status-quo, but for entirely different reasons.
Despite being widely tipped as the next leader of the Front National, the young deputy is dropping out.
Victory for Emmanuel Macron is a blow for the far right, but there are lessons to be learnt for 2022.
France's two presidential candidates diverge markedly on many issues, but nothing is as divisive as France's relationship with the EU.
It all comes down to how many people abstain.
While minor right-wing parties are advancing specific policy agendas, Australia's major right-of-centre force appears to be grappling with internal divisions about its policy direction.
A survey shows that candidates who exploited populism in one way or the other during the first round of the French presidential election captured about half of the vote.