Neo-Nazism
Who are the foreign fighters traveling to Ukraine? What we know and what we don’t

Many worry that the influx of allegedly 20,000 foreign fighters into Ukraine could exacerbate existing problems with far-right insurgency worldwide

What led to the war in Ukraine?

The war in Ukraine is the latest escalation in a decades-long conflict. What brought about this situation?

Political economy of the conflict in Ukraine

A closer look at what is behind the expansion of NATO in Eastern Europe and how this has fueled a climate of war

Western democracies have mutated into propagandists for war and conflict

It is more than a century since Edward Bernays, the father of spin, invented “public relations” as a cover for war propaganda. What is new is the elimination of dissent in the mainstream.

UN res against Nazism US, Ukraine vote against UN resolution against Nazism

51 countries including all members of the EU, Australia, News Zealand and Canada were among those who abstained from voting on the UN resolution asking members to eliminate all forms of racism and attempts to glorify Nazism. The resolution was passed with overwhelming support from the third world countries.

Polish independence day Ultra-right mobilizations on Polish Independence Day condemned

The national Independence Day rally in the Polish capital Warsaw, on November 11, was ridden with hyper-nationalist and homophobic manifestations by extreme right-wing elements in the country

North Macedonia North Macedonia and the perils of an EU obsession

The coalition government of North Macedonia led by Zoran Zaev called for fresh elections after French opposition denied it a date for the initiation of membership talks with the EU

European Parliament European Parliament’s anti-communist resolution draws widespread criticism

Communists and other progressives have accused the EU leadership of targeting the Soviet Union while concealing the role of countries such as Spain and Italy in the spread of Nazism and fascism

Czech Communists Protests held in Prague against proposed removal of Soviet-era general’s statue

The mayor of the municipal division of Prague-6 is reportedly planning to relocate the memorial of Soviet General Ivan Stepanovich Konev. It is seen as a bid to appease the right-wing, neo-Nazi sections of the country

norway-shooting Perpetrator of racist attack on Norway mosque to be prosecuted under anti-terror laws

The shooter, with known pro-Nazi opinions on social media, is also accused of murdering his half-sister

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