Published on Friday, 24 August 2012 09:09 Written by Searchlight
The August issue of Searchlight features a series of articles on Breivik:
On Breivik Adam Carter introduces a variety of commentary on one of the worst examples of right-wing terrorism in postwar history
Was the Knights Templar a fantasy or a blueprint? Adam Carter looks at Breivik’s claims
Breivik, madness and the limits of liberal justice Tad Tietze reflects on the paradox of Breivik’s defence
Tad Tietze is a psychiatrist working in Sydney, Australia. He is co-editor (with Elizabeth Humphrys and Guy Rundle) of On Utøya: Anders Breivik, Right Terror, Racism and Europe. He blogs at http://left-flank.org.
Can we tolerate an insanity verdict? Fredrik Walløe examines Norway’s need for Breivik to be held responsible
Fredrik Walløe is a Norwegian freelance journalist and writer based in London. You can read more on blog.fredrikwalloe.com and follow him on Twitter (@fwalloe).
Where now for the Progress Party Anders Widfeldt considers the prospects for the party Breivik joined
Dr Anders Widfeldt is a lecturer in Politics at the University of Aberdeen.
Breivik: a perverted übermensch Markus Balázs Göransson tries to understand how the atrocities could take place
Markus Balázs Göransson is a conflict researcher who is currently studying for a PhD in international politics at Aberystwyth University.
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