Samuel Salzborn is Visiting Professor for Research on Antisemitism at the Center for Research on Antisemitism (ZfA) at the Technical University Berlin, Germany and Adjunct Professor for Political Science at the Institute for Political Science at the University Giessen, Germany. His research focuses on right-wing extremism and antisemitism, ideologues of the far right both past and present), as well as the development of the radical right in Germany and across Europe.
Lines of tradition: Europe and far right concepts after WWII
‘Nation Europe’ is based on the rejection of a multi-cultural society of a kind which the right-wing extremists...
The antisemitic turn of the “Alternative for Germany” party
The AfD wants to use Israel to exploit the false notion that whoever is pro-Israel could not be antisemitic, and to...
Hungary and the end of democracy
Hungary has taken its leave of democracy and has transformed itself into a dictatorship.