The rise of anti-politics across Europe

Anna Korteweg and Phil Triadafilopoulos (Toronto): Is Multiculturalism Dead? Groups, Governments and the “Real Work of Integration”. Adam Bilinski (Florida): Cultural Legacies and Electoral Performance of Ethnic Minority Parties in Post-Communist Europe. Berit Wigerfelt, Anders S. Wigerfelt, and Jenny Kiiskinen (Malmo): When Colour Matters: Policing and Hate Crime. Cas Mudde (Georgia): Fighting the System? Populist Radical Right Parties and Party System Change. Conrad Ziller (Cologne): Explaining Right-Wing Extremist Attitudes: The Role of Personality Traits and Aspects of Parental Socialization. Heil Hipster: Thomas Rogers on the young neo-Nazis trying to put a stylish face on hate. Rachel Monroe reviews A Norwegian Tragedy: Anders Behring Breivik and the Massacre on Utoya by Aage Borchgrevink. The Rise of a Fallen Feather: Szabolcs KissPal on the symbolism of the Turul bird in contemporary Hungary. From The Economist, why flat regions tend to be more right-wing than hilly ones, and other psephological puzzles. Rage against the machine: Mark Leonard on the rise of anti-politics across Europe. Simon Kuper on a portrait of Europe’s white working class. Can equality be legislated? Evidence from Europe suggests that discourses matter as much as political will. J. Lester Feder on the rise of Europe’s Religious Right. Are French Muslims integrated? Depends on what you mean by integration. It is easy to believe that Muslims are having trouble integrating into European societies, however, survey evidence from France indicates that this is less of a problem than commonly suggested — though it’s still not easy being Muslim in Europe, particularly in France. Dina Taha on Muslim minorities in the West: Between fiqh of minorities and integration. Owen Jones on how anti-Jewish hatred is rising — we must see it for what it is.