From the US to the UK to Turkey, it is a hallmark of right-wing populists to make a preposterous policy and then be forced to retreat.
Through the ‘Great Replacement’ narrative, far right extremism has captured the hearts and minds of mass shooters, populist politicians, and institutions.
Democracy faces a global crisis. And this crisis couldn’t be coming at a worse time.
The rise of the populist right is like climate change — a profound transformation of the political landscape, not just a temporary oscillation in the political temperature.
Islamic extremism gets all the press, but Trump is just one of a growing number of Christian extremists in positions of political power.
1983 is an alternative history that bears disturbing resemblance to contemporary politics.
To challenge fascists and weak-tea liberals, Sanders has called for a Progressive International… but it’s not very international.
What that Protestant Reformation can teach us about the durability of far-right movements — and the order they seek to replace.
In a sense, the Republican Party has become a much more powerful instrument of white rage than the alt-right.
Far more dangerous than the far-right effort to win elections alone is its concentrated campaign to change the culture – a strategy it owes, perversely, to the left.
Germany funds foundations for its political parties. If the far right gets one, we’re one step closer to globalizing the alt-right.
Republicans are condemning Trump’s coddling of white supremacists. Can they speak out against racist laws, too?
In one video clip, a glimpse of the Trump team’s plan to divide Europe, cozy up to right-wing dictatorships, and rally the extreme right.
Europeans want to upend politics as usual and the far right is still rising. If the left doesn’t come up with an unusual politics of its own, it will be upended as well.
By the time my dystopian future novel went to print, much of that future had become the present.