Apr 212015
 

I’m guest-blogging over at the Disclaimer Magazine

We live under the impression that the extreme right in Germany is weak. While it is less visible than equivalents in France or the Netherlands, there is a rich undercurrent of rightist dissent that could rise to the surface to enter the mainstream of German politics.

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  4 Responses to “How Germany’s Far Right Could Come in from the the Cold (or Not)”

  1. “This was expedient because it depoliticised the integration of millions of ethnic Germans that left East Germany.”

    I assume that is supposed to say “east Europe.”

  2. RT @kai_arzheimer: How Germany’s Far Right Could Come in from the the Cold (or Not) – kai arzheimer http://t.co/NDQZtdvsL2

  3. RT @kai_arzheimer: How Germany’s Far Right Could Come in from the the Cold (or Not) – kai arzheimer http://t.co/NDQZtdvsL2

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