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The past ten years have seen a rise and consolidation in the support for right-wing populist movements and parties in Germany, Sweden and Denmark. This tendency is reflected increasingly in parliaments and governments alike and it poses a series of challenges to the parties of the left and in broader terms to central values in liberal democracy.
This anthology presents three examinations of the developments in far-right populism, three analyses of the strategies and tactics deployed by the left to counter far-right influence, and three visions for building a stronger left contributed by lead thinkers, politicians, researchers, scientists, and activists from the left in Germany, Sweden and Denmark.
Carina Book, political scientist and editor for the German independent, leftist newspaper Analyse und Kritik.
Susi Meret (associate professor) and Anita Nissen (postdoc) from the Institute of Political Sciences at Alborg University in Denmark.
Mathias Wåg, anti-fascist researcher, freelance journalist, and co-founder of the Swedish political collective the Research Group (Researchgruppen).
Rosa Lund, MP for the Red-Green Alliance in the Danish Parliament (Enhedslisten).
Håkan Blomqvist, Doctor of Philosophy in History and member of the Swedish Left Party (Vänsterpartiet).
Anika Taschke, Senior Advisor for Contemporary History at the Rosa Luxembourg Foundations in Berlin and co-author of Counselors Against the Right (Rat*innen gegen Rechts).
Aron Etzler, Party Secretary and Cheif Strategist for the Swedish Left Party (Vänsterpartiet).
Kerstin Wolter, Policy Advisor and member of the German Left Party (Die Linke).
Esben Bøgh Sørensen, Regional Party Secretary for the Red-Green Alliance (Enhedslisten) and Ph.D. in History of Ideas from Aarhus University, Denmark.
Introduction and concluding chapter by Rasmus Nørlem Sørensen, Chief Analyst and Head of the Secretariat at DEO.
Don’t Panic: Analysis and Strategies on Right-Wing Populism is produced with support from the Rosa Luxembourg Foundation in Brussels. The book is written in English. Published June 2021.