“Quiet until 12 o’clock. “Alarm”, the Germans are in our building, luckily it passes and we sleep on…” So begins the diary of an unknown woman, written in one of the secret bunkers established by the Jewish fighters during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising….
The return of paramilitary forces and football hooligan firms to the streets are signals of important shifts among the elements of Hungary’s far right.
Poland’s presidential election run-off on Sunday is too close to call as far right incumbent Andrzej Duda seeks a second term. We look at the politics behind the election
The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising was a feat of resistance against all odds that should always be remembered – but it has an intriguing postscript that has remained hidden from history.
From minimising the threat of Covid-19 to violent racist scapegoating, street protests, conspiracy theories and even food distribution, the international far right’s responses to the coronavirus crisis have been many and varied. Here, we look at how it has responded to the pandemic and the real problems it faces.
Slovakia’s nazi and ultranationalist parties have suffered a significant setback in the country’s general election.