The time has come to deal with hateful extremism before it manifests as violent extremism. This includes having a public register of hate incidents.
Death threats against Republicans who oppose Trump are not just the result of angry people. They are, instead, an attempt to intimidate people into sticking with his movement.
Encrypted messaging services like Telegram provide virtual dark corners where far-right extremists can recruit, organize and plan unhindered.
A leaked database shows at least 10% of the far-right Oath Keepers militia is active police or military – people professionally trained in using weapons and conducting sophisticated operations.
Fascists, neo-Nazis, anti-Semites and white supremacists have historically been agile adopters of the internet — and they know how to use it to their advantage.
Millions of supporters of Donald Trump flocked to the far-right social media platform, where hate speech and calls for violence thrive. The US Capitol insurrection could be the platform's undoing.
Millions of supporters of Donald Trump have flocked to the far-right social media platform Parler, where hate speech thrives.
School reforms pushed by French President Emmanuel Macron are aimed at pushing Muslim students into public schools. An expert explains why this may be the wrong approach.
People typically underestimate how much white nationalism goes on in the military, but when they learn the truth, they're concerned.
Extremists are playing on people's health fears to normalise their views.
The increasing visibility of a wide range of militia and vigilante groups has repeatedly caught local communities and national leaders off guard.
A would-be speaker at the Republican National Convention was yanked for encouraging people to read up on a hoax that has long been discredited but refuses to die.
Here’s what you need to know about the largely right-wing social media platform creeping into headlines.
The platform also took down another 2,000 communities, including left-leaning groups. The move comes just months ahead of the 2020 US presidential election.
Legally designating domestic extremist groups as terrorist organizations – as some in the US advocate now – will have limited benefits, if any at all.
They're not really protesting – they're hoping to find an opportunity to spark violence and trigger a war between black and white Americans.
Incels, or 'involuntary celibate' men, are increasingly radicalising online and committing acts of violence against women. New research explores ways the government can combat it.
A trove of essays long forgotten in the archives of the Hoover Institution give insight into what attracted everyday women to extremist ideology.
ASIO has warned that far-right groups pose an elevated threat to national security. Parliament needs more oversight of how Home Affairs decides which terror groups are listed on the national register.
My assessment is that there are about 150 to 300 core right-wing activists in New Zealand. This might sound modest – but proportionate to population, it's similar to extremist numbers in Germany.