The January issue of the Journal of Democracy is here, featuring an essay on the rise of “Homonationalism” among Europe’s Far Right

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The new issue of the Journal of Democracy (available free on ProjectMuse until February 14) presents a timely snapshot on the fate of freedom around the world. Like much of Europe’s right, portions of the far right now embraces gay rights—but as a tool to oppose Muslims. Gabriele Magni and Andrew Reynolds explore the rise of this “homonationalism” in their new essay:

Why Europe’s Right Embraces Gay Rights

Gabriele Magni and Andrew Reynolds

After long condemning gay rights, much of Europe’s political right now champions them. They have made welcoming gay voters a sign of modernity and openness—and a tool for stirring opposition to Muslim immigrants.

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