Cristina Ariza is a research analyst at the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change. Her work focuses on researching issues of extremism, including Islamism and the far right. Cristina holds a master’s degree in war studies (South Asia and global security) from King’s College London and an undergraduate degree in international relations and translation and interpreting from University Pontificia Comillas in Spain.
White nationalists are recruiting the younger generation in the UK
The way several teenagers and children have absorbed neo-Nazi terror ideas merits a rethink of how effectively white...
What do we know about the extreme right in Germany?
We still have fundamental gaps in our understanding of the radical right and effective policy responses to counter it.
The many faces of neo-Nazism in the UK
The number of trials against neo-Nazi individuals in the UK show why racial nationalism is still alive in the country.
Published in: Countering the Radical Right: OpinionAre we witnessing the rise of a new terrorist trend?
Manifestos and livestreaming seem to be the new trend in radical right terrorist attacks.
Will online takedowns defeat the offline radical right?
This might be effective to counter frontmen like Tommy Robinson, but is it enough to tackle the wider ideology of...