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Following the recent wave of attacks by far-right extremists around the world, the task of throttling the financing of right-wing terrorism and extremism has seldom been more pressing. The CFCS’s Stephen Reimer speaks with Bethan Johnson, a scholar on modern extremist and terrorist ideologies at Cambridge University, about trends in the financial activities of far-right violent elements, their fundraising and spending habits, and the impact of the current pandemic on their future financing.

Episode Thirteen: Financing Right-Wing Extremism and Terrorism

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Stephen Reimer
Research Fellow

Stephen is a Research Fellow at RUSI’s Centre for Financial Crime & Security Studies, where he specialises on countering the... read more

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