Terrorismo, crimini d’odio, estremismo o…..? – by Barbara Lucini

Definire un fenomeno come terrorismo, crimine d’odio ed estremismo non è mai stato così difficile come in questi ultimi mesi, durante i quali molte incertezze interpretative e di comprensione sono diventate sempre più evidenti, mettendo in luce una necessità non dichiarata e molto sottostimata di nuove categorie interpretative per fenomeni mai così complessi. Continue reading


Anarcho-capitalism and Ethno-nationalism in the Era of Decentralized Finance – by Daniele Maria Barone

As explained by the Christchurch shooter in his manifesto, the rejection of paying taxes is defined as “a sign of racial loyalty”. From this perspective, circumventing the tax system is depicted as a way to sustain the ethno-nationalist cause: a fight for a nation which is defined in terms of assumed blood ties and ethnicity.[i] Continue reading


Akbar al-Muslimin, Kybernetiq, and ZeroNet. The Modern and Privacy-Centric Electronic-Jihad – by Daniele Maria Barone

Years of clandestine communications, first through newspapers or radio and then by exploiting online tools and media as a sounding board, have highlighted Islamic terrorism peculiarity of adapting to new means of communication to make propaganda, raise money, and keep in contact with each others[i]. Continue reading