The Rise of Far-Right Civilizationism

@article{Stewart2020TheRO,
  title={The Rise of Far-Right Civilizationism},
  author={Blake Stewart},
  journal={Critical Sociology},
  year={2020},
  volume={46},
  pages={1207 - 1220}
}
  • Blake Stewart
  • Published 23 January 2020
  • Political Science
  • Critical Sociology
In recent years the rise of far-right politics in North America and Europe has called into question the stability and cohesion of the so-called liberal international order. Scholars and commentators have argued that this swelling configuration of reactionary social forces threatens the future of western hegemony within a 21st century global capitalism. This essay reflects on the role of transnational organizations, organic intellectuals and elite actors in shaping the modern far-right movement… 
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