Looks can be deceiving: Extremism meets paramilitarism in Central and Eastern Europe | Introduction

Wednesday, Aug 25, 2021

In this series of videos, CEP Affiliated Researcher Kacper Rekawek discusses the findings of his report, "Looks can be deceiving: Extremism meets paramilitarism in Central and Eastern Europe", with CEP Senior Director Dr. Hans-Jakob Schindler. 
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In this video: 
• Report Introduction: "Looks can be deceiving: Extremism meets paramilitarism in Central and Eastern Europe" 
• Why Look at Paramilitaries in Central and Eastern Europe? 
• Intersection of Paramilitaries and Right-Wing Extremists 
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Read the report: https://bit.ly/3ilE95E 
Learn more: www.counterextremism.com 
Support our work: https://counter-extremism-project.revv.co/donate

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