CEP in den Medien
Fascism: The Brown Internationale
The hate preacher lives in a run-down rear building in the heart of Denver, on the second floor through the courtyard to the right. The TV is on. We knock...
Transnationaler Rechtsextremismus – Gastbeitrag von A. Ritzmann
Rechtsextreme vernetzen sich zunehmend international. Unser Gastautor berät die Bundesregierung, wie sie mit der daraus entstehenden Gefahr umgehen soll. Hier schlägt er mögliche Gegenstrategien vor.
Capitol Riot Puts Spotlight on ‘Apocalyptically Minded’ Global Far Right
Leaderless but united by racist ideology that has been supercharged by social media, extremists have built a web of real and online connections that worries officials.
White House Focuses on Fight Against Domestic Terrorism
Fears that an untold number of Americans are being radicalized is prompting the administration of U.S. President Joe Biden to take a closer look at efforts to counter domestic extremism...
Violent German Far-Right Groups' Recruitment Aided By Lockdown Frustrations
Violent far-right groups are using rising frustration with pandemic lockdowns in their recruitment efforts, German officials fear.
Lawmakers call for tougher EU disinformation laws in wake of US riots
Lawmakers in the European Parliament have raised concerns at the role that social media played in the storming of the US Capitol in Washington, saying the EU’s proposed Digital Services...
Far right seizing COVID-19 ‘opportunity’ to expand: Study
Far-right individuals in Europe and the United States are increasingly forming global links and using the coronavirus pandemic to attract anti-vaccine activists and conspiracy theorists to their cause, a study...
CEP-Studie: Transnationale, apokalyptisch gesinnte rechtsextreme Bewegung
Es war nicht nur Bundesinnenminister Horst Seehofer (CSU), der im Juli den Rechtsextremismus zur „größten Bedrohung der Sicherheit“ erklärte. Auch das FBI nannte 2019 das „tödlichste Jahr aufgrund des inländischen...
The coming spike in European terror
COVID-19 has been a boon to extremist groups across the world. In Europe, leaders need to wake up and tackle the growing threat of terrorism, argues Sofi Heikkinen.
Fear of a fresh ISIS attack strategy grips Europe
A string of ISIS terrorist attacks across Europe, which have left at least seven dead, is thought to be part of a carefully-planned pre-lockdown strategy by the group.
In Their Own Words:
God forbid, if a time comes when we have no choice but to watch our citizens breathe their final breaths, and when there are no ventilators… we will make six million Israeli settlers unable to breathe.
Apr. 2, 2020
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