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Right-Wing Populism and International Issues

A Case Study of the AfD

Christiane Lemke

prominent authors have argued that the rise of right-wing populism poses a serious challenge to democracy, in the United States and elsewhere. 7 The influence of right-wing populism on international relations, however, is understudied in the political

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Two Paradigmatic Views on Right-Wing Populism in East Germany

Jonas Rädel

right-wing populist tendencies and right wing extremism than the west. It even looks as though right-wing populism is a specific eastern German problem and hence related to German unity. 5 The public, political, and scientific debate on the German

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Left-Wing or Right-Wing Populism?

A Comparison of the Demands of the French Yellow Vest Movement to the 2017 Presidential Programs of Rassemblement National and La France Insoumise

Ingeborg Misje Bergem

than with those of RN. I analyze the YVM through the theoretical framework of populism and cleavage theory, which is the basis for the subsequent comparison between the YVM, RN, and LFI. Right-Wing Populism and Left-Wing Populism Populism is a

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The politics of affect

Perspectives on the rise of the far-right and right-wing populism in the West

Sindre Bangstad, Bjørn Enge Bertelsen, and Heiko Henkel

For the American Anthropological Association (AAA) Annual Meeting in Washington, DC, 29 November to 3 December 2017, we organized a double panel on anthropological perspectives on the rise of far-right and right-wing populism in Europe and the

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Situating Right-Wing Populisms and Revisiting The Men and the Boys under the Neoliberal Turn

Amrita De

contemporary neoliberal political masculinities. 2 Moreover, even as right-wing populism returns in Europe, the Global North and the Global South have prompted critical scrutiny of the gendered nature of right-wing style populisms ( Starck and Sauer 2014

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Interruptions: Challenges and Innovations in Exhibition-Making

The Second World Museologies Workshop, National Museum of Ethnology (MINPAKU), Osaka, December 2019

Laura Osorio Sunnucks, Nicola Levell, Anthony Shelton, Motoi Suzuki, Gwyneira Isaac, and Diana E. Marsh

“interruptions” as a point of departure to consider how paradigm shifts and local museologies can galvanize the museum sector, especially when it is confronted by the rise of right-wing populism, systemic racism, and neoliberal culture wars, intercultural

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Coalition Politics in Crisis?

The German Party System Before and After the 2017 Federal Election

Frank Decker and Philipp Adorf

as the stage and backdrop for the rise of the Nazi party between 1925 and 1932. At the same time, the parliamentary emergence of right-wing populism in Germany represents a kind of European “normalization,” as ideologically similar parties have become

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The “Alternative for Germany”

Factors Behind its Emergence and Profile of a New Right-wing Populist Party

Frank Decker

The Advent of a New Challenger in the German Party System 1 For most of its history, the Federal Republic of Germany has proven to be a blank space on the map of European right-wing populism. While some right-wing populist and extremist

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Green Politics, Expertise, and Democratic Discourse in the Two Germanies, 1989-2019

Carol Hager

Steven Schäller, PEGIDA and New Right-Wing Populism in Germany (New York, 2018), ch. 3. 32 Schain (see note 29), 15-16. 33 Kate Connolly and Josie LeBlond, “Bavaria Election: Merkel's Conservative Allies Humiliated,” The Guardian , 14 October 2018

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A New Blue-Collar Force

The Alternative for Germany and the Working Class

Philipp Adorf

opposition party in the Bundestag (after a renewed grand coalition was agreed upon). 2 One might be forgiven for wondering what these two simultaneous developments—the demise of social democracy and the rise of right-wing populism—have to do with one