Eviane Leidig on Al Jazeera Inside Story
Eviane Leidig on Narendra Modi and the BJP's Evolving Relationship with the Global Right
An unofficial visit by nationalist European leaders to Kashmir highlights the solidarity of far-right movements across the globe, writes Eviane Leidig.
Indian prime minister has defended his controversial citizenship law as protests sweep the country.
European right-wing extremists share in common with Modi's Hindutva an Islamophobic and anti-Muslim narrative. In Europe, it's especially prominent with anti-Muslim immigrant rhetoric, whereas in India it's directed against the Muslim-majority in Pakistan and Bangladesh, says Eviane Leidig to Al Jazeera.
The Conservative Party have seen an increase in the number of British Indian, particularly Hindu, voters in the 2015 and 2017 elections, says Eviane Leidig to Sky News.
Jacob Aasland Ravndal is interviewed on CNN on gamification of terror.
Interview of Jacob Aasland Ravndal in the Economist
“The ideas expressed in this manifesto are pretty widely shared beyond the really fanatic fringe — in not just the far-right but also the mainstream,” says Tore Bjørgo, director of the Center for Research on Extremism at the University of Oslo, to New York Times.
Deputy Director Anders Ravik Jupskås interviewed in New York Times on the Swedish election
Pietro Castelli Gattinara is interviewed by Radio France Internationale, on the demonstration of youth groups of French and Italian far right movements.
Eviane Leidig is interviewed on Radio Nova about Hindu Extremism
C-REX Researcher Cathrine Thorleifsson is a guest on Pod Save America to talk about the rise of right-wing extremism.
Tore Bjørgo talks about his work on right-wing extremism, ideology and resistance.
One strange US election fact is becoming clear: Donald Trump has become the favoured presidential candidate of some American Hindus. How and why are more complex questions.
Donald Trump's astonishing ascent in the US presidential race has been welcomed - and closely followed - by Europe's radical right. The Republican candidate is providing important lessons for their own campaigns.
Tore Bjørgo is to lead a new centre for research on right-wing extremism. The University of Oslo has been granted NOK 50 million to establish the centre.