M.Phil Jacob Aasland Ravndal at Center for Research on Extremism will publicy defend his doctoral dissertation for the degree of PhD: Right-Wing Terrorism and Violence in Western Europe: A Comparative Analysis
The radical right party profited from the fact immigration was the number one election issue. But can its breakthrough last?
Christopher Sebastian Parker is a professor of political science at the University of Washington and will be a guest researcher at C-REX in the period August 15 - September 15
C-REX Director Tore Bjørgo Chairs the section Right-Wing Extremism Beyond Party Politics at the ECPR General Conference in Oslo 6-9 September 2017.
How often do incidents of antisemitic violence occur in contemporary Europe, and what trends are showing?
How exposed are Jewish populations in different countries? And who is behind these crimes?
A defining characteristic of this populist form of autocracy is the rejection of diversity and the attack on democratic institutions. Orbán is succeeding in both, Writes Cathrine Thorleifsson.
The day after President Trump’s inauguration in Washington, jubilant leaders of Western Europe’s radical right parties gathered in Koblenz, Germany. The meeting was an attempt to create a “European moment” ahead of a slate of Western European elections this year.