Graffiti in Ano Pafos, Cyprus, reads ‘punishment for thieves ELAM’.
Greece has outlawed its most problematic far-right party, but its sister organisation is thriving in Cyprus.
The leader of far-right Golden Dawn Party Nikos Michaloliakos, pictured in 2014 at the start of a lengthy trial,
Members of the far-right group have been found guilty of crimes including racketeering and murder.
Mass mobilization of citizens and organizations around Brussels-North railway station.
The 2015 reception crisis had a profound impact on civil society in Europe. A significant set of attitudes and practices emerged that give a sense of what political participation means today.
Kyriakos Mitsotakis, Greece’s new prime minister, hugs his daughter after his election victory.
Ten years after the onset of Greece’s biggest crisis since World War II, radical populism is running out of steam.
A podcast on extremes: from far-right politics, to life in conflict zones and the extreme weather of Australia.
Pre-election rally of the extreme-right Golden Dawn party in Athens in 2015.
From welfare chauvinism to value-based nationalism – a breakdown of what constitutes a ‘far right’ group.
As we try to understand how extreme groups win mass appeal, this organisation offers valuable lessons.
Beppe Grillo speaks in Rome on March 2, 2018..
While often lumped with other European populist parties, Beppe Grillo’s M5S is a movement of activist fans mobilized by the messages of his “celebrity brand”.
All across the continent, euroscepticism is offering a new outlet for old feelings.
Grecians have made it clear how they feel about Golden Dawn: get out.
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Some, including Greece’s ex-Finance Minister Varoufakis, have warned that the bailout’s austerity will strengthen extremist parties like Golden Dawn. They’re wrong.
Nationalist feeling is running high in Greece.
The extreme right and extreme left have found themselves united against Europe.
Inside the courtroom on the first day of the trial of 69 Golden Dawn members.
The prosecution of 69 members of Greece’s extreme right political party must be constitutional, fair and conducted in the full glare of public attention.
Forget the hand signals, Alexis Tsipras of Syriza is a left-winger.
The Greek public will go to the polls on May 25 as a massively divided electorate. The obvious factor which shapes public opinion is the continuation of an economic crisis which has resulted in a six-year…