Extreme-Right Ideology, Practice and Supporters: Case Study of the Serbian Radical Party

  title={Extreme-Right Ideology, Practice and Supporters: Case Study of the Serbian Radical Party},
  author={Jovo Baki{\'c}},
  journal={Journal of Contemporary European Studies},
  pages={193 - 207}
  • J. Bakić
  • Published 1 August 2009
  • Political Science
  • Journal of Contemporary European Studies
This paper deals with the European extreme right in general, and the Serbian extreme right in particular. One can find almost all the symptoms of the extreme right present in the ideology of the Serbian Radical Party, as the leading extreme-right party in Serbia. In the unlikely case of a general upsurge of the European extreme right, the Radicals might even join forces with more extremist neo-Nazi groups and thus produce a frightening reincarnation of the SA formations. A more realistic danger… 
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