After tweeting disturbing images of ISIS violence, a French court ordered for the far-right leader to undergo a psychiatric exam. Le Pen compared the order to methods of totalitarian regimes
Israel has aligned itself with one nationalist, even anti-Semitic, regime after another. Where does that leave world Jewry?
When Eric accused Bob Woodward of undermining the Trump administration for money, he used a term, 'shekels,' which isn't normative American slang. But it’s normative for alt-right websites. Is that proof of Jew-hatred in the first family?
Analysis Sweden Election: Neo-Nazi Rooted Party Claims ‘Kingmaker’ Status - but Falls Short of Power
Did Sweden just lurch to the far-right? Not quite. The far-right parties managed to make headway, but unlike Austria, their chances at a seat in government are slim
Sweden Democrats' rise deprives either of the mainstream blocs of a parliamentary majority
If the polls are correct, the Swedish election on September 9 could spell the end of a century of social democratic rule
A group of Oxford University researchers found widespread online disinformation in the final stages of a tightly-contested campaign which could shift one of Europe’s most prominent liberal democracies to the right
The messy way the New Yorker’s David Remnick invited Bannon to an 'informal, free-ranging discussion' - then backed out - raises censorship issues that the hard-right ideologue can happily exploit. More dismally, it damages progressive politics, too
As Sweden heads to the polls, the far-right Sweden Democrats party is ascendant. So is the influence of its vicious anti-Muslim, anti-immigrant racism, while more and more of the party's candidates are outed as neo-Nazi sympathizers
In the late Neil Simon's wildly successful 'Brighton Beach Memoirs,' the Jews escape the Nazis to find shelter in the U.S. In 'Biloxi Blues', the anti-Semites are part of America itself – which is why, in an age of Richard Spencer, Charlottesville, Trump, Q-Anon and 4Chan, it is so bracingly current