Tag Archives: Radicalism

News from Central and Eastern Europe, Tuesday 22nd January 2013

Bulgaria BBC News: Bulgarian MP attack: Avengers may be prosecuted. ‘A Bulgarian official has said those who attacked a man after he held a gas pistol to the leader of the opposition party may themselves be prosecuted. Oktay Enimehmedov, 25, mounted the podium where Movement for Rights and Freedoms leader Ahmed Dogan was giving a [...]

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News from Western Europe, Tuesday 22nd January 2013

Europe Research – Counterpoint: Europe’s Reluctant Radicals: Greece and the Netherlands. ‘Today Counterpoint launches two new pamphlets on populism – in Greece and in the Netherlands – as part of the “Recapturing Europe’s Reluctant Radicals” project, supported by the Open Society Foundations. This second phase of the project aims to draw an in-depth picture of [...]

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The Symbiotic Relationship between Islamophobia and Radicalisation

This situation of radical Islam among young people in the British context has become of special interest in the last two decades or so, especially since the Rushdie Affair, and particularly since the events of 7/7 in London in 2005. There are a whole host of interesting dynamics as part of this analysis, and my [...]

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Western Europe Tracker 23.10.12

Analysis Public Service Europe: Despite EU Nobel Prize – radicalism and nationalism on the rise. ‘There is only a little time left for this current generation of leaders to prove that more integration will generate more stability and prosperity. European citizens — and the world — are primarily waiting for them to put their house [...]

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Central and Eastern Europe Tracker 23.10.12

Bulgaria: Focus: Monument of legendary VMRO leader Todor Alexandrov emerges in Skopje. ‘A monument of the legendary VMRO leader, Todor Alexandrov, riding a horse emerged in the Kisela Voda residential quarter in Skopje, Macedonian online media reported.’ Czech Republic: Comment – Radio Prague: The black experience in the Czech Republic. ‘In the past 20 years, the [...]

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