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No Borders? The International Nature of Contemporary Far-Right Terrorism

08 Sep 2020
  • Far from being an ‘extreme form of nationalism’ contemporary far-right extremism, and particularly far-right terrorism, is an international, cross-continental movement
  • This internationalism, facilitated on and off-line, is both a source of new recruits and influence, but also a potential weakness. There has been no ‘Brexit bounce’ for the British far-right. Indeed it is weaker here than for a generation. 
Speakers
Paul Stott, Research Fellow, Centre for the Response to Radicalisation and Terrorism - Henry Jackson Society

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