Transnational History of the Far Right
Launched in 2014, this research project has investigated the connections between Russian, European, and North American far-right movements, ideologies, and individuals. It fills this gap by providing an in-depth analysis of European–or more broadly, Western–far-right understudied Eurasian connections over an extended historical period that stretches from the Russian Civil War to the present. One of the project’s angles is to study the role of White Russian emigration in participating in the development of the Western far right, from the interwar to the Cold War decades. It also studies today’s growing internationalization of the far right and the rise of transnational networks.