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The Extreme Right in Europe : Where, How and Why ?

Promoting populism and xenophobia, the extreme right is on the rise
through the electoral successes of the “post-industrial” parties, particularly
in France and in Belgian Flanders, in Austria and in Scandinavia.
Those parties which are modeled on the authoritarian regimes of
Southern Europe (Portugal, Spain, Greece) have been unable so far to
modernize their political agenda and remain on the fringe. The extreme
right is also composed of extra-parliamentary groups, and works in the
cultural sphere. This is the approach of the “new right” which cannot
be considered as part of the radical right any more, and this is also the
tactic of the national-revolutionaries. On the other hand, the extreme
right has experienced its most dramatic breackthrough in Eastern
Europe, where the ultra-nationalist radicals are often successors to the
native fascisms of the thirties. There is a growing process of contacts
between the radical right in Western and Eastern Europe.


Référence électonique : Jean-Yves CAMUS, "The Extreme Right in Europe : Where, How and Why ?", Pouvoirs, revue française d’études constitutionnelles et politiques, n°87, 87 - L’extrême droite en Europe, p.21-34 . Consulté le 2019-07-21 04:52:40 . URL : https://revue-pouvoirs.fr/The-Extreme-Right-in-Europe-Where.html