Prime Minister Scott Morrison called for a calmer approach to public debate to counter the “shouting from the fringes”.
- by David Crowe
This time last year, Peter Dutton made it his personal mission to bring to public attention the plight of a forgotten people.
- by Jacqueline Maley
Scott Morrison meant well. But what he said was absolute rot.
- by Sean Kelly
Perhaps more than any other evil act of our time, the Christchurch attack was born of the internet and engineered to exploit its obvious vulnerabilities.
- by Fergus Hunter
Facebook enabled advertisers to target Australians who have expressed an interest in extremist ideologies including "fascism".
- by John McDuling and Jennifer Duke
Two men were arrested on Sunday over a car bomb in Northern Ireland's Londonderry, with police linking the attack to the New IRA militant group.
- by Padraic Halpin
The far-right has cycled through many enemies over the years but their biggest threat comes from division and hatred within.
- by Max Koslowski
A far-right party has taken a role in the formation of a regional government in Spain for the first time since the Franco dictatorship ended in 1975.
- by Sam Edwards
Part hippie, part hipster, the activists of Generation Identity are one result of a broad image makeover the far right has tried to give itself in recent years.
- by Katrin Bennhold
There was a time when politicians like Italy's Matteo Salvini would have been shunned in Israel. But that time is not now.
- by Ishaan Tharoor
The founder of extremist group Proud Boys has had his visa denied by the Australian government on character grounds.
- by Jenny Noyes