Europe’s twin dangers

Jan Dobbernack (Lincoln): Sovereignty, Security and Muscular Liberalism: Debating “Sharia Courts” in Britain. Anna Kobylski (James Madison): Emancipation for Muslim Women Living in France. Jonas Jakobsen (Tromso): Contextualising Religious Pain: Axel Honneth, Saba Mahmood and the Danish Cartoons. Mattias Ekman (Stockholm): The Dark Side of Online Activism: Swedish Right-wing Extremist Video Activism on YouTube. Adam Shatz reviews A Norwegian Tragedy: Anders Behring Breivik and the Massacre on Utoya by Aage Borchgrevink and Anders Breivik and the Rise of Islamophobia by Sindre Bangstad. From The Monkey Cage, a special series on immigrant integration in Europe. The first chapter from Paradoxes of Liberal Democracy: Islam, Western Europe, and the Danish Cartoon Crisis by Paul M. Sniderman, Michael Bang Petersen, Rune Slothuus and Rune Stubager. Europe’s anti-Semitism comes out of the shadows. Elias Groll on how a former neo-Nazi party became Sweden's third-largest. Andreas Kalyvas and Federico Finchelstein on fascism on trial: Greece and beyond. Hollowing out democracy on the edge of Europe: Rightwing prime minister Viktor Orban is using his huge electoral majority to rewrite the rules, and not just for Hungary. How to deal with extremists? Jan-Werner Mueller on the dilemmas of dealing with parties suspected of wanting to undermine core elements of liberal democracy. Europe's twin dangers: Should anti-democratic populism continue to cast a shadow across the continent, Europe may well succumb to a creeping process of disintegration.