Emergence of Russian ultra-nationalism and its challenges for Europe

Since the failure of Yeltsin’s liberal democracy in Russia in the 1990s, Russia has moved towards increased ultra-nationalist sentiments under the leadership of Vladimir Putin. These state-driven expressions of nationalist exceptionality became ambiguous strategic, political, and societal questions for Europe at the latest after the annexation of Crimea and the war in Eastern Ukraine. However, […]

13.7.2018

The Anti-Establishment Politics, New Right and Nationalism: A Threat to European Peace once more?

The rapid rise of new anti-establishment forces, nationalist movements and euroscepticism is wiping over the European continent. The biggest peace project in the history of the world is facing bigger challenges than perhaps ever before as rapid changes reshape the European societies. The people who experienced the rise of extremist nationalism and fascism in the […]

14.1.2018