Far-Right Nativism: Its Geopolitical Effects and Its Future in North America and Europe
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Far-Right Nativism: Its Geopolitical Effects and Its Future in North America and Europe

Far-Right Nativism: Its Geopolitical Effects and Its Future in North America and Europe

This report aims to provide a snapshot of far-right nativist movements in North America and Europe. Beyond comparing actors and their corresponding ideologies in national and continent-wide contexts, we shed further light on transatlantic links between and among nativist actors. We also more broadly provide insights into cross-border cooperation and influence, along with the factors constraining such activities, among various far-right actors trafficking in nativist discourse.

Democracy, Far Right Extremism, Intelligence, Nonstate Actors, U.S. Domestic Policy, United States, Violent Extremism, White Nationalism

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