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Podcast about the Project

A Podcast by Dr. Pablo De Orellana and former Editor-in-Chief of Identity Hunters, Phil Nomikos

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Nationalism: Tales of love, fear and hatred

A short documentary that explores the reemergence of nationalism in our time, explaining how it works, why is it so powerful, and why has it returned.

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The Rise of the Reichsbürger

In this video essay, Anna Homann profiles the Reichsbürger movement, its function, narratives and effect on German politics and identity. As Anna analyses, the current salience of the Reichsbürger movement asks pressing questions about the level of threat nationalism poses at present. Video Transcript Germany, 07.12.2022. News of a large-scale raid against Reichsbürger is spreading. The reason, […]

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“The Older, The Worthier”: National Heroes as Conduits of Ethnonational Identity

In this video essay, Vanesa Valcheva examines how nationalist narratives usurp convenient historical figures, mythologising them as the cannons of a specific ethnonational spirit. Through the example of Bulgarian-North Macedonian relations, Vanesa investigates the necessity of history making nationalisms legitimate. Video Transcript Nationalism is illegitimate without history. Nationalist narratives can exist successfully if specific episodes […]

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The Cyprus Problem: Fractured National Identities Struggling For Control

Written by Gabriel Blondeau The Nicosia derby opposing APOEL FC and AC Ommonia; the biggest rivalry in Cypriot football, is indicative of the larger political situation plaguing the island and how identity-making lays the bedrock for nationalism. The rivalry and conflict are truly built into the history of the two teams: Ommonia was created as […]

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Andrew Tate and the Manosphere: What They Have in Common & Why it Matters

Written by David Williams Andrew Tate – Chances are if you’re under 35 and not living under a rock, you will have come across this name. The Times reported that Tate gathered more than 13 billion views in 2022, making him a hugely influential figure on the internet teaching young men about women and how […]

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Beneath a Hyperborean Sun

Written by: Thomas Rawson Alt-right nationalism sits in the centre of a flat world populated by ancient aliens, devil worshipping political elites, all underpinned by esoteric theories and speculation. The link between Naziism and pseudoscience is well-established in modern culture but poorly understood. In contemporary media, portrayals of Nazi magic and treasure hunting are ubiquitous, from […]

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The Post-Brexit Tide of British Nationalism Pulls Us Back In … A Post-Brexit Britain Has Disturbed The Waters

Written by: Louis Rawlinson On the 6th May 2021, the waters around the Channel Islands bore witness to a display of Anglo-French rivalry, and the crash and roar of British and French nationalism batting heads, making a wave that is strong enough to capsize any vessel, and deep enough to drown any man. But to the Royal […]

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The Tatar Issue in Russia’s Centre of Spiritual Unity

Written by: Miriam Yakobashvili Crimea, Russia’s “centre of spiritual unity,” as claimed by Putin, has been inhabited by the Crimean Tatars for centuries. The ethnic group has lived on the peninsula throughout the Ottoman period as well as after Catherine II’s takeover in 1783. In an effort to Russify the region, and as a part of Stalin’s ruthless ethnic policies, the General Secretary accused […]

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The Global Rise of Neo-Authoritarianism: Causes, Forms, and Consequences

In this podcast, Kemal Mohamedou traces the global trajectory of neo-authoritarianism, from its conceptions and configurations, to the ramifications it leaves in its wake. The insightful episode investigates today’s disciples of neo-authoritarianism and their “shift away from democracy, multilateralism, and cooperative security.” Featured Imagery: Sigmund Freud artwork by David Cerny hanging over a street in […]

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FdeSouche, or ‘you will be a (far right French) man, my son.’

Written by Lucile de Laforcade Chère France, salvation is on its way! Against the ‘complete state of deliquescence of the country’, FdeSouche is here to the rescue. Founded in 2005, the far right blog, or, to be more precise, ‘news agitator,’ as its members like to call it, has gained increased visibility in its “fight for […]