Gaming has become more prevalent in our society, sparking careers and building community. But now, extremists are exploiting games to recruit.
Modern white supremacists have exploited social media to recruit for their cause. But the image they present to the public is far from the truth.
Last year it became clear that although American democracy survived a crucial stress test, the radical right’s efforts to undermine it have only grown larger.
Some falsely called it a false flag. Others disagreed with the tactics. The radical right's reaction to Patriot Front's DC rally shows they're not as united as they seem.
Hyper-masculine military culture can create a bridge of familiarity between the archetypal ‘hero’ and supremacy or between patriotism and ultranationalism, turning the far-right into an appealing alternative.
The corruption-plagued Cyprus government is tearing up textbook pages and seeking to censor artist Giorgos Gavriel.
Far-right extremists are exploiting social needs like identity, belonging, community, and purpose to recruit. We must understand these tactics in order to effectively combat them.
Right-wing extremist groups are weaponizing imaginary fears about CRT in schools to push their agenda and radicalize more followers.
Bari Weiss' proposed "University of Austin" is an example of how the far-right seeks to normalize extremism as alternative forms of “knowledge."
Rallies in Poland, Hungary, and Bulgaria highlight how radical right extremists from across the globe are collaborating.