The idea that there are seriously problematic political personalities is at least a 100 years old. In a recent article, colleagues Sabrina Mayer, Carl Berning and David Johann take it for a spin and look at the Two Dimensions of Narcissistic Personality and Support for the Radical Right (open access!)
Over at the Duck of Minerva, Anne Harrington has an interesting post (it’s the second in a mini series, actually) about the UK’s Higher Education culture, and its focus on audits. Harrington writes from the perspective of an American outsider. As a former German outsider in British Higher Education I find this double layering particularly interesting.
Why and how does the Radical Right campaign for the protection of the environment? Here is a very interesting piece that looks at the environmental stance of the Alternative for Germany.
The German military’s counter-espionage unit has published a count of (alleged) right-wing extremists within the forces. While this is a huge step forward, many people think that this the proverbial tip of the iceberg.
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