How Brazil's Far Right Is Weaponizing Fake News
Borrowing from the Trump campaign’s successful strategy in the 2016 elections, Jair Bolsonaro is relying on “firehosing” to increase his chances of winning the Brazilian presidency—and it’s working.
Amauri Eugênio Jr.
Populists May Seize Even More Power in 2017
Across Europe, right-wing populists look set to score big electoral victories, meaning an already limping European liberalism may be over by 2017.
Austria's Far Right Presidential Candidate Loses by Razor-Thin Margin
Austria's Freedom Party candidate narrowly lost the presidency, but Norbert Hofer's strong showing could trigger early parliamentary elections
Photos of the Police Trying to Push Anti-Fascists and Neo-Nazis Apart in Liverpool
Firecrackers, bottles, and rocks flew on both sides as police escorted the far-right North West Infidels past a counter-protest on Saturday.
The Rise and Fall of Britain's Most Famous Racist Politician
Nick Griffin's expulsion on Tuesday drew the veil over an era in British far-right politics where it both tipped towards respectability and lurched from calamity to disaster like a drunk clown at a six-year-old’s birthday party.
Austria Has No Problems Whatsoever (According to Its Newspapers)
The message of the popular "Austrian Problems" Facebook page is that since there aren't any real problems in Austria, the media create silly new ones out of thin air. The conceit is false, but the Facebook page has a point about the headlines being...
Polish Fascists Attacked a London Family Music Festival on Saturday
They assaulted several people, including a man who was stabbed in the ensuing melee.
The March for England Turned into an Ugly Shouting Match Between Fascists and Antifascists
And a couple of our reporters got caught in the middle.