Radical Right Ideologies and Foreign Policy Preference: Attitudes towards Russia, China, and the USA in EU Member States

Andrey Davydov’s (McGill University) research focuses on the comparative study of ethnic nationalism, white identity and the radical right, particularly its points of tension with the centre-right in Eastern Europe, Western Europe and North America.

In this article, Andrey focuses on the attitudes expressed by European far-right supporters towards certain foreign powers. Through his research, he finds similarities and differences between respondents according to their country of origin: while all seem to view Russia positively, opinions differ and change over time with regard to China and the United States. Thus, Andrey corrects the literature on the subject, which argues that economic issues would have replaced ideological ones on the international scene.

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