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Riot racket: what does it cost for police to protect far-right trolls?

Riot racket: what does it cost for police to protect far-right trolls?

Protecting events put on by international far-right personalities has become a costly side gig for police.

The Crikey pocket guide to Australia’s fringe-dwelling far-right groups

The Crikey pocket guide to Australia’s fringe-dwelling far-right groups

Welcome to part two of Crikey's guide to the far right in Australia.

The Crikey pocket guide to Australia’s fringe-dwelling far-right groups

The Crikey pocket guide to Australia’s fringe-dwelling far-right groups

Please "enjoy" part one of our catalogue of  the fractious, pitiful and scary parties of the far right in Australia.

Would Sam Dastyari have been justified punching the racists who abused him?

Would Sam Dastyari have been justified punching the racists who abused him?

A question that returns to us with dispiriting regularity flared up again over night, with Sam Dastyari's run-in with the far right -- when, if ever, is it OK to punch a Nazi?

Election explainer: what happened in the German election?

Election explainer: what happened in the German election?

Angela Merkel has retained the Chancellorship -- just -- and faces a series of challenges in the months ahead.

Golden Dawn Down Under: Turnbull-haters plant seeds of a far-right crusade

Golden Dawn Down Under: Turnbull-haters plant seeds of a far-right crusade

Will the moderate Malcolm Turnbull incense the far right enough such that they formalise a successful far-right political party?

Named and shamed

Named and shamed

The reaction to the Federal Government's new immigration detention centre in South Australia has turned ugly, with a far Right party determined to exploit it.

Norway keeps out the hard Right — for now

Norway keeps out the hard Right — for now

The fate of Norway's government is likely not a matter of importance unless you happen to be Norwegian. But what the election revealed about the state of its Opposition is of much more general interest.