Saturday will see up to 1,500 people attending a gig in Kiev headlined by notorious U.S. neo-Nazi group Blue Eyed Devils. Even an expert on the far-right music scene is shocked how open Fortress Europe is being
Michael Colborne is a Canadian journalist based in Prague who covers all things central and eastern Europe. He tweets at @ColborneMichael.
The Azov movement insists it is not neo-Nazi, yet its members have been captured giving Hitler salutes and being virulently anti-Semitic. A trip to the group’s social center in Kiev reveals its heart of darkness
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Analysis Russian Aggression Against Ukraine May Not Start WWIII, but Hints at Troubled Waters for Putin
Twenty-four Ukrainian sailors are being held by Russia following Sunday’s incident on the Black Sea when three Ukrainian vessels were captured, but no one knows what the Kremlin will do next
A walk around the city's streets reveals a shockingly large amount of Nazi imagery spray-painted on the walls, with the authorities seemingly in no hurry to tackle the problem
Murder and a pro-Kremlin Leader's 'Cover-up': How George Soros Got Dragged Into Bosnia's Election, Too
A mysterious death galvanized thousands of protesters ahead of Sunday’s elections in notoriously sectarian Bosnia and Herzegovina, with the sitting regional president wheeling out a familiar boogeyman in response
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
Turkey has snatched over 100 alleged members of the Gülen movement from other countries in recent years. We sat down with the wives of Kosovo-based men currently languishing in Turkish jails
An award-winning new movie shines a spotlight on the 1941 Odessa Massacre, where 40,000 Jews were murdered. But as lawmakers propose a law against ‘anti-Romanian’ acts, is the country ready?
Next year will be the 200th anniversary of ‘Sarajevo’s Purim,’ and one local Jewish historian is determined that the efforts of Zeki Effendi will not be forgotten
It is now a crime to help asylum seekers in Hungary, and Prime Minister Viktor Orbán doesn’t care if European liberals are appalled
Thousands of European diaspora Turks traveled to Sarajevo to hear Turkish president speak on Sunday, but his message was aimed at his electorate back home ahead of June 24 elections
Pro-government magazine publishes list of 200 people it claims are part of Soros-funded ‘plot’ to bring down Hungarian government
The main lesson to be drawn from the Hungarian prime minister’s overwhelming victory in Sunday’s parliamentary election is that hate-mongering is more profitable than ever
Hungary's PM Orban, a hard-liner on immigration in Europe, pledges to 'fight' for his country after casting his vote in Budapest
While some Eastern European countries are going to increasing lengths to whitewash their role in the Holocaust, Bulgaria is slowly starting to recognize the darker side of its own wartime actions
Opinion The Nazis Were Sluggish in Bulgaria This Year. But Their Torchlit European Hate Tour Has Plenty More Dates
German fascists. Hungarian anti-Semites. Bulgarian ultra-nationalists. A Russian white power band: The hate, but also faint hope, I saw in Bulgaria's capital, Sofia, at the most recent rally on Europe's neo-Nazi circuit
Efforts are ramping up to ban the 16th annual march celebrating a pro-Nazi general killed by the Communists, but the courts keep telling Sofia’s mayor she has no right to intervene
Two allies involved in war of words after Russian foreign ministry spokeswoman says Red Army saved 50,000 Bulgarian Jews from Nazi death camps, which Bulgarian president calls 'deep ignorance of history'
Billionaire Andrej Babis' victory isn't making past allegations go away
The far right is redefining Jews as 'exemplary victims of the threat from Islam,' as one analyst puts it, with support for Israel a companion approach. But there’s still plenty of anti-Semitism to go around
Yet another far-right party is about to take up a seat at a European cabinet table, though observers caution that fear of Putin's influence is probably exaggerated
Far-right Slovakian firebrand Marian Kotleba is anything but down and out, as even local Jews admit. Will another win in the regional vote in November position him for bigger things?