Extreme Right Wing Political Violence and Terrorism (New Directions in Terrorism Studies) (Paperback)

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By Max Taylor (Editor)
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In this collection, senior experts explore all aspects of extreme right wing political violence, from the nature of the threat, processes of engagement, and ideology to the lessons that can be drawn from exiting such engagement. Further, right wing activism and political violence are compared with Jihadi violence and engagement. Also, the European experience is placed within a greater framework, including that of the United States and the Arab Spring.

The book opens with an essay on U.S. far right groups, investigating their origins and processes of recruitment. It then delves into violence against UK Mosques and Islamic centers, the relationship between Ulster loyalism and far right extremism, the Dutch extremist landscape, and the July 2011 Norway attacks. Also discussed are how narratives of violence are built and justified, at what point do individuals join into violence, and how differently states respond to left-wing vs. right-wing extremism.

This comparative work offers a unique look into the very nature of right wing extremism and will be a must-read for anyone studying political violence and terrorism.

About the Author


Max Taylor is Professor of International Relations at the University of St Andrews, Scoland. PM Currie is Senior Visiting Fellow at teh Center for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence (CSTPV), University of St Andrews, Scotland. Donald Holbrook is Research Fellow at the Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence (CSTPV), University of St. Andrews, Scotland.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781441151629
ISBN-10: 1441151621
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Publication Date: January 17th, 2013
Pages: 208
Language: English
Series: New Directions in Terrorism Studies