Resurgence of the right
Amid reports of a rise in attacks linked to right-wing extremism on both sides of the Atlantic, John Chisholm examines the motivations of those driven to kill for their views
In Europe and the United States, a new generation of right-wing political groups has arisen. Anti-Islam, anti-globalisation, anti-progressive, these movements have often resorted to violence. Either through mob-like behaviour or direct terrorist action, the message has been pretty similar: we do not like the look of the present and fear the future.
In the US, the existence of a Democrat president has often . . .