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Thomas Klikauer and Kathleen Webb Tunney

right-wing extremism. Calling Merkel “Germany's public enemy number one” is evidence of the secret service's correct assessment. 80 Other enemies of the AfD appear to include Jewish people. The AfD downplays antisemitism as being “only one aspect of a

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Imagined Germany and the Battle of Models in South Korea

Rival Narratives of Germany in South Korean Public Spheres, 1990–2015

Jin-Wook Shin and Boyeong Jeong

newspapers, other major issues in Germany, such as right-wing extremism, terrorism, migration, and refugees, have rarely been dealt with in Korea. This suggests that South Koreans’ interest in Germany is strongly motivated by their desire to relate Germany

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David Farrell-Banks

these niche blogging sites, on occasion they have burst into public view in extreme forms. 1683 and Right-Wing Extremism In July 2011, a right-wing extremist 2 launched violent attacks on Oslo and a nearby gathering of the Workers Youth League

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Coalition Politics in Crisis?

The German Party System Before and After the 2017 Federal Election

Frank Decker and Philipp Adorf

second waves of right-wing extremism in the early 1950s and late 1960s quickly faded away, a third wave began to surface at the beginning of the 1980s, constituting a constant feature of the political world since. None of the German right-wing extremist

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Sabine von Mering, Luke B. Wood, J. Nicholas Ziegler, John Bendix, Marcus Colla, and Alexander Dilger

coherence while allowing them to express their sense of rebellion against the social establishment around them. In the process, she provides numerous insights—many of them fascinating and all of them, disturbing—into the appeal of right-wing extremism among

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Mobilizing Meanings

Translocal Identities of the Far Right Web

Patricia Anne Simpson

. Johannes Radke, a journalist who focuses on right-wing extremisms and youth groups, quotes and interprets the Immortals’ web-distributed position paper: “It has to do with propaganda—with propaganda that unmistakably identifies and blames the system as the

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Museums and the Citizenship of Hate

The Michael Volkerling Memorial Lecture 2021

Kylie Message

—like climate change activism, Black Lives Matter, refugee justice, or the #MeToo movement—but it is another thing altogether to be faced with escalating expressions of right-wing extremism or ethno-nationalism that seek explicitly and directly to restrict or

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Thomas Klikauer, Norman Simms, Helge F. Jani, Bob Beatty, and Nicholas Lokker

's Volksgemeinschaft remains a blatantly antisemitic concept defining and thus deciding who lives (the Aryans, of course) and who dies (who else but the Jews). 18 Much of this points to right-wing extremism, if not outright Nazism, rather than simple populism. While

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Helga A. Welsh

connotations clearly predominated until the mid 2000s. For a few years, positive developments received more attention, 10 but this trend was soon countered by renewed negative reporting, now emphasizing right-wing extremism and xenophobia. 11 Reporting on the

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Protest Voting in Eastern Germany

Continuity and Change Across Three Decades

David F. Patton

/2008 (2008), 16. 26 Böick (see note 18), 173-174. 27 Ibid., 180. 28 Neugebauer and Stöss (see note 8), 251-252. 29 Patton (see note 15); Dan Hough, The fall and rise of the pds in eastern Germany (Birmingham, 2001). 30 Gerard Braunthal, Right-Wing