Suella Braverman’s comments and Tommy Robinson’s interventions added the momentum needed for violence to be meted out by far-right counter-protesters on London streets on Armistice Day.
Queensland is the latest state bring in laws banning neo-Nazi and far-right symbols, but no one knows yet precisely what will be banned. Here’s how the laws differ across the country.
More than a spectre, the latest data shows the far-right is a reality set to bear heavily onto the June 2024 European elections.
Sweeping new research shows many Europeans could accept to live under a non-democratic regime.
The populist right has made hay with social tensions climate change is likely to exacerbate.
As student protests against high rents unfurl across Italy, one academic points out one of the groups most likely to end up on the streets under a far-right government: young black men.
For decades extremist groups – especially the far right – have used gaming and game-adjacent platforms to try to radicalise gamers.
The return of fascist discourse has been several decades in the making and owes a lot to Matteo Salvini.
While many progressive movements have organised online, conservatives dominate because of better organisation, capital, and social inequality. France’s presidential elections are a case in point.
With the apparent slide towards authoritarianism in the U.S., Canada must be ready and able to defend and champion our democracy.
The trucker convoy is a sign that Canada is on the cusp of its own Jan. 6, with Conservatives taking a page from Donald Trump’s playbook.
The French commentator’s heritage is providing a useful patina for extreme views.
Zemmour’s statements about universalism, assimilation and “separatism” have deep roots in the history of the French Republic.
The south-eastern region of France known as PACA has long been a centre of power for the far-right, but recent failures in the regional elections bring its future into question for Marine Le Pen.
There will be 17 parties in the 150-seat parliament – and the radical right holds more of them than ever.
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.
Far-right activists are usually characterised as men. But women have always played an important role in these movements.
Members of the far-right group have been found guilty of crimes including racketeering and murder.
Bringing change to universities needs to focus on systems, not people. Although online shaming is effective at removing people from their positions, it doesn’t change systems.
Incumbent governments are enjoying renewed popularity during the pandemic, while far-right challengers get bogged down in conspiracy theories.