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Mesežnikov Grigorij, Bránik Radovan

Political Capital Institute (v spolupráci s IVO), Budapest, 2017



This study is an output of a research project that was focused on activities of right-wing extremist groups that tend towards violence and paramilitary organizations. It has been conducted by the analytical centers in V4 countries and Austria. Project results can be found in five country case-studies that map extremist scene and the Russian influence and impact on the far-right groups. Authors of the study paper about Slovakia are Grigorij Mesežnikov and Radovan Bránik.

Download: Hatred, violence and comprehensive military training. The violent radicalisation and Kremlin connections of Slovak paramilitary, extremist and neo-Nazi groups [pdf]

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