2 edition of Right-wing terrorism in Europe found in the catalog.
Right-wing terrorism in Europe
|Statement||Bruce Hoffman ; prepared for the United States Air Force.|
|Series||A Rand note ;, N-1856-AF|
|LC Classifications||HV6433.E85 H64 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 31 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||82187889|
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Right-wing terrorism or far-right terrorism is terrorism that is motivated by a variety of different right-wing and far-right ideologies, most prominently by neo-Nazism, neo-fascism, white nationalism, white separatism, ethnonationalism, religious nationalism, and anti-government patriot/sovereign citizen beliefs and occasionally by anti-abortion and tax resistance.
This Note presents an analysis of right-wing terrorism in Europe. It considers the phenomenon of right-wing terrorism--its methods, aims, and prospects. It examines the right-wing or neo-Nazi/neo-fascist organizations presently active in Italy, West Germany, and France.
This book is the first comprehensive academic study of German right-wing terrorism since the early s available in the English language. It offers a unique in-depth Right-wing terrorism in Europe book of German Right-wing terrorism in Europe book, extremist right-wing movements, terrorist events, groups, networks and individuals.
In addition, the boo. Keywords: right-wing extremism; terrorism; Right-wing terrorism in Europe book Western Europe; database. Introduction. I n Western Europe, right-wing terrorism and violence (RTV) is commonly portrayed either as a marginal problem or as an imminent threat.
Political motives aside, the coexistence of these two opposing views originate in a lack of systematic incident data Cited by: 6. Book Review: Review on Ignazi's, Norris' and Carter's New Books on Right Wing Radicalism: January Caiani, Manuela: Journal Article: Routine Activities and Right-Wing Extremists: An Empirical Comparison of the Victims of Ideologically Motivated and Non-Ideologically Motivated Homicides Committed by American Far-Rightists.
This Note presents an analysis of right-wing terrorism in Europe. It considers the phenomenon of right-wing terrorism — its methods, aims, and Right-wing terrorism in Europe book.
It examines the right-wing or neo-Nazi/neo-fascist organizations presently active in Italy, West Germany, and France. It analyzes the origins of recent violent right-wing activity and. Get this from a library. Right-wing terrorism in Europe since [Bruce Hoffman; Rand Corporation.] -- This paper recounts right wing terrorist activities in Italy, West Germany, and France sincea year in which there was a dramatic increase in the number of such events.
The author suggests that. Bottom Line Up Front Between and% of all domestic extremist-related killings have been perpetrated by right-wing extremists. On Febru authorities arrested an active duty Coast Guard lieutenant who had plotted to kill Democratic politicians and members of the media.
Right-wing terrorism in Europe book every metric, right-wing extremism is the most serious terrorist threat. The report addresses terrorism in all its forms, namely: Jihadist terrorism; Right-wing terrorism in Europe book and separatist terrorism; Left-wing and anarchist terrorism; Right-wing terrorism; Single-issue terrorism.
According to the most recent TE-SAT, in the EU in 68 people died and. Strategies for Combating Right-Wing Extremism in Europe provides information on right-wing radical movements in Belgium, Denmark, France, the UK, Italy, the Netherlands, Austria, Sweden. Right-Wing Terrorism in Germany and Beyond Daniel Koehler believes that right-wing terrorism is a unique form of political violence.
As Right-wing terrorism in Europe book analysis of the German DTGrwx dataset confirms, it’s a type of violence that’s carried out by well-defined actors who use specific methods to target distinct types of victims.
By Daniel Koehler for ISN. Buy Extreme Right Wing Political Violence and Terrorism (New Directions in Terrorism Studies) by Taylor, Max (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.4/5(2). Right-Wing Terrorism in the 21st Century.
In October the currently most extensive study on right-wing terrorism in Germany was published by Routledge, which is largely based on the the DTG dataset and includes a full list of the analyzed groups and actors. The book “Right-Wing Terrorism in.
The threat from far-right terrorists is being neglected by governments and law enforcement, according to the most extensive survey yet of “lone actors” in Europe. This report presents findings from a two-year study, “Recruitment and Radicalization among US Far-Right Terrorists.” This investigation examines multiple aspects of recruitment and radicalization, such as the quality and quantity of exposure to right-wing ideologies prior to extremist involvement; types of recruitment; pre-entry risk factors for extremist participation; and the extremists.
“Yet in Europe we have not considered right wing terrorism a serious threat until now,” argues Francis O’Connor, a post-doctoral researcher who previously worked at the Peace Research. An analysis by Quartz of the same Global Terrorism Database confirmed that the trend persisted inwhen most attacks in the US were committed Author: Luiz Romero.
Due to a long history of law enforcement penetration and disruption, right-wing extremist groups in the United States and Europe adopted the leaderless resistance model of terrorism in the s.
In recent years we have seen right-wing extremists adopt social media strategies pioneered by jihadist groups, particularly the Islamic State.
In the s, right-wing extremism overtook left-wing terrorism as the most dangerous domestic terrorist threat to the United States. During the past several years, however, special-interest extremism, as characterized by the Animal Liberation Front (ALF), the Earth Liberation Front (ELF), and related extremists, has emerged as a serious.
Database on Terrorism in Germany: Right-Wing Extremism and Jihadism. One of the core GIRDS projects is the ‘Database on Terrorism in Germany’ (DTG) currently available for right-wing extremism’ (DTG rwx) and Jihadism (DTG-JI).As the most comprehensive collection of qualitative and quantitative data regarding German right-wing and Jihadist terrorism so far the project allows for unique.
Right-Wing Terrorism and Violence in Western Europe: Introducing the RTV Dataset Article (PDF Available) in Perspectives on Terrorism 10(3) January Author: Jacob Aasland Ravndal. The increasing popularity of extremist right-wing politicians has serves as an incentive for this movement to prepare itself for winning the upcoming parliamentary elections in Europe.
At the moment, overfar-right politicians are among the representatives in the European Parliament are dependent. Bottom Line Up Front • InEurope suffered from the highest number of terrorist attacks linked to jihadist ideology in modern history. • In the United States, saw just one death as a result of jihadi-linked terrorism, although right-wing terrorists killed 15 Americans the same year.
• The threat of terrorism in Continue reading "Terrorism in the West: Comparing the Threat. As this chart shows, left-wing terrorism dwarfs right-wing terrorism in Europe -- perhaps surprising given the attention paid to Europe's far right.
Islamist and Separatist terrorism, however. Jihadi terrorists in Europe their characteristics and the circumstances in which they joined the jihad: an exploratory study No part of this book may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, right-wing terrorism by neo-Nazi groups.
Jihadi terrorism only emerged in File Size: KB. The threat from Islamist terrorism remains the foremost and most significant, however, the threat from extreme right-wing terrorism has evolved in recent years, and it is growing. In the past six years, four terrorist attacks in the UK were carried out by lone actors motivated to varying degrees by extreme right-wing ideologies.
The Global Terrorism Database maintained by the Start Center at the University of Maryland includes 65 attacks in the United States associated with right-wing ideologies and 24 by Muslim.
A look at these incidents over time reveals that two specific surges of right-wing terrorism have occurred over the past 25 years.
The first was the surge of the mid-to-late s, a result of a great increase in right-wing extremism as a result of a variety of factors that include the election of Bill Clinton, the passage of NAFTA, the passage of gun control measures such as the Brady Law.
characteristics, extent, and dynamics of right-wing terrorism and violence in Western Europe. Without such knowledge, it is difficult to place events such as the 22 July attacks in a larger picture and to determine whether they should be seen as an outlier event, or as signalling an.
In Europe, the right-wing terrorism started in when a number of right-wing terrorist groups emerged (Yungher, ). The right-wing terrorist groups became significantly organized as they started looking for dandier mainstream recognition and political legitimacy.
According to a FBI report, “right-wing terrorists pose a significant threat due to their propensity for violence” (note the FBI’s use of the term "right-wing" to define these terrorists. Contrary to the “lone wolf” narrative about right-wing terrorism, the Christchurch massacre was the work of a global right-wing movement that exchanges information and resources, radicalizing Author: Chauncey Devega, Salon.
This book is the first comprehensive academic study of German right-wing terrorism since the early s available in the English language.
It offers a unique in-depth analysis of German violent, extremist right-wing movements, terrorist events, groups, networks and individuals. The warped history that fuels right-wing terrorism. fascist and far-right politicians from Eastern Europe to Latin America have been learning from one another and In his book.
Read "Varieties of Right-Wing Extremism in Europe" by available from Rakuten Kobo. Beginning with an analysis of the complex relationship between fascism and the post-war extreme right, the book discusse Brand: Taylor And Francis.
Pris: kr. Häftad, Skickas inom vardagar. Köp Right-Wing Terrorism in the 21st Century av Daniel Koehler på This book comprehensively examines right-wing extremism (RWE) in Canada, discussing the lengthy history of violence and distribution, ideological bases, actions, organizational capacity and connectivity of these extremist groups, drawing upon a three-year study.
Braunthal, G. () Right-wing extremism in contemporary Germany Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan Bronner, S. () Blood in the sand: imperial fantasies, right-wing ambitions, and the. Despite Western Europe’s extensive history of right-wing terrorism, a systematic categorization of key actors and events is lacking.
This article aims to narrow this gap by proposing the first empirically derived typology of right-wing terrorism and violence in Western Europe. The number of arrests linked to right-wing terrorism in Europe in increased for the third year in a row. However, the level of political terrorism in the West was much higher in the past.
In the past ten years there have been terrorist attacks classified as either far-left or far-right,File Size: 4MB. Yes, terrorism, too, pdf class based. Today main classes in the society is capitalist and working class.
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As a consequence, I was not able to assess how great a threat it is, especially in contrast to attacks motivated by racial or ethnic prejudice (“hate crimes”).
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