Events - Page 5
It is time for a fourth wave, which more explicitly acknowledges and theorizes the diversity within the far right party family, and goes beyond the paradigm of the outsider-challenger party.
Graham Macklin discusses the surprising scope and wide-ranging impact of covert intelligence activities against the British extreme right both before, during and after the Second World War.
Many claims are being made about the relationship between extremism and the media, particularly in relation to the contribution of the internet and social media to the aims of radical groups. To what extent, however, do such claims hold up to critical scrutiny?
How to explain the increasing support to anti-muslim and islamophobic groups, and is this a transnational phenomena?
To what extent do Norwegian extreme right groups use social media and what do they use social media for?
What impact has technology on the process of radicalisation?