Far-right Networking – an interview with Louis Wierenga on Estonia’s radical right, pt 1

In light of the upcoming elections in Estonia on March 3rd, the controversy surrounding the adoption of the UN Global Compact and EKRE pulling ahead as 3rd strongest political force, the question of the Estonian far-right’s popularity remains somehow unanswered. … Continue reading Far-right Networking – an interview with Louis Wierenga on Estonia’s radical right, pt 1

Intermarium

How the Ukrainian far-right has become one of the biggest proponents of Intermarium

This article is part of a collaboration between Lossi 36 and New Eastern Europe. Initially a concept created by the Polish interwar statesman Józef Piłsudski, Intermarium has made a comeback within frameworks such as Visegrad and the Three Seas Initiative … Continue reading How the Ukrainian far-right has become one of the biggest proponents of Intermarium