Saturday 20th July 2019
x-pressed | an open journal

extreme right

Elections in Slovakia: Nationalism and Xenophobia Win the Race

esfr
Elections in Slovakia: Nationalism and Xenophobia Win the Race

Parliamentary elections were held last weekend in Slovakia. The 5.5 million inhabitants of this small country decided in which direction they wanted to go and which policies they agreed most with. And they did so massively. [...]

March 14, 2016 Author: Ruth Ferrero Turrión

The thousand faces of the European far right

eles
The thousand faces of the European far right

They condition those who govern. They fill up rooms and march on the streets. They tweet and seduce. Election after election, they are harvesting electoral gains. And they have even killed. Today, the far right is the greatest threat to democracy and to social diversity in Europe. [...]

February 13, 2015 Author: Roger Suso

Denmark: The success of the Right is due to the shortcomings of the Left

dael
Denmark: The success of the Right is due to the shortcomings of the Left

The rise of the Eurosceptic Right cannot just be dealt with moralising criticism. [...]

May 30, 2014 Authors: Esben Bøgh Sørensen, Søren Mau

To make sense of Ukraine, we need to bring the class back in

eles
To make sense of Ukraine, we need to bring the class back in

While no one should care much for the deposed Yanukovich, there are many issues that need to be critically confronted. Sweeping them under the carpet and celebrating the victory of the people against a corrupt puppet of the corrupt oligarchs is theoretically weak and politically reactionary. [...]

February 24, 2014 Author: Florin Poenaru

Unprecedented populism

eles
Unprecedented populism

The most affected, the migrants, barely react to the hysteria for the arrival of foreigners [...]

February 10, 2014 Author: Jordi Vaquer

Going to battle

eles
Going to battle

What Europe needs is its political parties, especially the governmental ones, to stand against the national-populists, in an effective manner. [...]

October 21, 2013 Author: Jordi Vaquer