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This edited volume investigates for the first time the impact of conspiracy theories upon the understanding of Europe as a geopolitical entity as well as an imagined political and cultural space. Focusing on recent developments, the individual chapters explore a range of conspiratorial positions related to Europe. In the current climate of fear and threat, new and old imaginaries of conspiracies such as Islamophobia and anti-Semitism have been mobilised. A dystopian or even apocalyptic image of Europe in terminal decline is evoked in Eastern European and particularly by Russian pro-Kremlin media, while the EU emerges as a screen upon which several narratives of conspiracy are projected trans-nationally, ranging from the Greek debt crisis to migration, Brexit and the COVID-19 pandemic. The methodological perspectives applied in this volume range from qualitative discourse and media analysis to quantitative social-psychological approaches, and there are a number of national and transnational case studies. This book will be of great interest to students and researchers of extremism, conspiracy theories and European politics.
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"The COVID-19 pandemic has made it abundantly clear that conspiracy theories are not, or no longer, a fringe phenomenon in European politics, in part because the political fringes have moved into the political mainstream. This highly original volume broadens the scope of European politics by analyzing key political conspiracy theories in contemporary Europe, which target individuals (Soros), groups (Muslims), and institutions (the European Union). It should be essential readings for scholars of Euroscepticism, far right politics, populism, and, frankly, European politics in general." - Cas Mudde, Stanley Wade Shelton UGAF Professor at the University of Georgia, USA "In this volume, Andreas OEnnerfors and Andre Krouwel have assembled an outstanding set of chapters from some of the leading experts on conspiracy theories. Together, these contributions provide a compelling analysis of how conspiracy theories have shaped, and are still shaping, Europe." - Karen Douglas, University of Kent, UK "Conspiracy theories have become increasingly prominent in European politics, often with deleterious consequences. Yet we have amassed few answers to explain why. In this powerful volume, OEnnerfors and Krouwel assemble the prominent experts to tackle the causes and consequences of these troubling trends in Europe. I strongly recommend this volume to anyone interested in conspiracy theories." - Joseph Uscinski, University of Miami, USA "With the rise of misinformation and fake news, the timing of "Europe: Continent of Conspiracies" could not be better. By using a breadth of data, this book provides a chilling insight into the existence, spread and consequences of conspiracy theories in European politics. It is a must read for anyone interested in understanding the contours of political change in Europe and the role of the COVID-19 pandemic in this process." - Catherine E. de Vries, Bocconi University, Italy "Conspiracy theories have burrowed back into the mainstream, no thanks to QAnon's evil; redoubled by a pandemic showing no sign of abating in 2020. Yet these new variations fit into well-worn grooves of conspiracist thinking in contemporary Europe from radical right and left, some of it distinctly genocidal. Drawing together case studies from more than a dozen European countries, expert guides Andreas OEnnerfors and Andrei Krouwel provide a nuanced understanding of this hydra-headed phenomena that, sadly, retains its power to seduce activists - and, indeed, to shock readers." - Matthew Feldman, Director of the Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right
Andreas OEnnerfors is Full Professor of History of Sciences and Ideas and Dean of Class I, 'Humanities' at the European Academy of Sciences and Arts, Salzburg, Austria. Andre Krouwel is Associate Professor of Political Science and Communication at VU Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
1. Between Internal Enemies and External Threats: How Conspiracy Theories have Shaped Europe - An Introduction Andreas OEnnerfors and Andre Krouwel 2. The New European Order: Euroscepticism and Conspiracy-Belief Andre Krouwel and Jan-Willem van Prooijen 3. The Eurabia Conspiracy Theory Eirikur Bergmann 4. Metaphors of Invasion: Imagining Europe as Endangered by Islamization Estrella Gualda 5. 'Der Grosse Austausch': Conspiratorial Frames of Terrorist Violence in Germany Andreas OEnnerfors 6. Denying the Geopolitical Reality: The Case of the German 'Reich Citizens' Florian Buchmayr 7. The Fourth Reich in Europe: Conspiracy Theories about Germany in the Greek Press During the Economic Crisis Alexianna Tsotsou 8. Populist Conspiracy Rhetoric and Arguments on EU Immigration: An Exploratory Analysis of pro-Brexit Newspapers Irina Diana Madroane 9. The Eternal George Soros: Rise of an Antisemitic and Islamophobic Conspiracy Theory Armin Langer 10. EU-related Conspiracy Theories in the Western Balkans: Gravitating Between Rejecting and Embracing Europe through Eurovilification and Eurofundamentalism Nebojsa Blanusa, Ognjan Denkovski, ristijan Fidanovski and Biljana Gjoneska 11. The Brussels Conspiracy: Narratives of EU-related Conspiracy Theories in pro-Kremlin Media Jakov Bojovic 12. Culture of Fear: The Decline of Europe in Russian Political Imagination Holger Moelder 13. Unlocking the 'Black Box' of Conspiracy Theories in and about Europe Andreas OEnnerfors and Andre Krouwel