Oľga Gyárfášová and Grigorij Mesežnikov are the authors of the latest European monograph of the radical right

Experts from IVO – sociologist Oľga Gyárfášová and political analyst Grigorij Mesežnikov are co-authors of the book “Transforming the Transformation? The East European radical right in the political process” (editor Michael Minkenberg), which was issued by the prestigious British-American academic publisher Routledge, in the edition ‘Routledge studies in extremism and democracy’.

Their chapter, ‘Actors, agenda and appeal of the radical nationalist right in Slovakia’ is dedicated to the various aspects of the activities of radical right-wing nationalist groups in the Slovak Republic in the period of political transformation and democratic consolidation.

The publication consists of chapters, containing the analysis of the activities of right-wing radical forces in several countries of Central and Eastern Europe (Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, the Baltic States, Ukraine) and sections devoted to theoretical and comparative examining of the phenomenon of the radical right in Europe.  


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