Right-wing populism is on the rise in Germany. Extremists now want to profit. Through connections to political parties like AfD and Pegida, they hope to gain ground. Who is part of this network?
Small right-wing publishers are gaining ground in Germany, releasing provocative anti-Semitic or Islamophobic works. One of them even made it onto a prestigious list of Non-fiction of the Month. Here's how.
A survey of voter attitudes suggests far more support for the center than for populists as Germany gets set to choose a new parliament. One finding was that the German electorate seems less "angry" than that of the US.
What concerns German voters the most? This is what DW journalists Nina Haase-Trobridge and Sumi Somaskanda want to find out ahead of the nation’s parliamentary elections.
The ideas are old, but the danger is current. In his book "The Authoritarian Revolt," historian Volker Weiss sheds light on Europe's New Right. He told DW why the movement is a threat to society.
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