Far Right

Is Israel’s ‘Government of Change’ More of the Same?

Is Israel’s ‘Government of Change’ More of the Same?

Israel’s so-called government of change pledged to avoid controversial issues to ensure that the coalition remains afloat. But Israel’s settlement lobby has settled deeper and more irrevocably into the heart of power.

How Israel’s Occupation Came Home

How Israel’s Occupation Came Home

While the attacks carried out by Palestinian citizens of Israel were extensive and deadly, the overwhelming focus on that violence prevented the emergence of a much-needed debate within Israel about its growing problem of Jewish radicalization.

Palestine, Israel and the New Right

Palestine, Israel and the New Right

In the midst of conflict in Israel and Palestine, award-winning journalist Rula Jebreal and +972 magazine cofounder Lisa Goldman, discuss politics, ideology and war with Newlines Magazine.

Faisal Al Yafai
Israel’s Right-Wing Rhetoric Offers a Glimpse of the GOP Future

Israel’s Right-Wing Rhetoric Offers a Glimpse of the GOP Future

Since the killing of Yitzhak Rabin in 1995, Israel’s politics have taken a distinctly right-wing turn, centered around Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The parallels between that journey and that of the Republican Party, as it grapples with the legacy of Donald Trump, are stark.

Rula Jebreal
I Spent 25 Years Monitoring Far-Right Extremists for the U.S. Government — No One Listened

I Spent 25 Years Monitoring Far-Right Extremists for the U.S. Government — No One Listened

No one on the right wanted to hear that the U.S. threat environment was shifting from homegrown Muslim extremists aligned with al Qaeda to violent, right-wing extremists. As is customary with inconvenient intelligence, my work was politicized, and my team was dissolved.

Daryl Johnson
The Balkan Roots of the Far Right’s “Great Replacement” Theory

The Balkan Roots of the Far Right’s “Great Replacement” Theory

The turn toward paranoid identity politics and demographic fetishism among ostensibly center-right parties on both sides of the Atlantic readily comports to the ideological discourses developed by Serb nationalists during the 1980s and 1990s.

Jasmin Mujanović