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Patrick Strickland

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  • Columbia Journalism Review
  • The New Republic
  • Truthout
  • Al Jazeera English
  • The Nation
  • Yahoo Finance
  • allAfrica.com
  • VICE
  • Mint Press News
  • HuffPost

Past articles by Patrick:

As the right wing rises in Greece, so does violence against journalists

Last summer, after Greek and Macedonian diplomats signed an accord to put an end to decades of bad blood between the two countries, thousands of nationalist protesters gathered in front of the Greek parliament, an imposing palace overlooking Syntagma Square in Athens. Greece had long felt that Macedonia’s name appropriated its history, including the exploits […] → Read More

White Nationalism Is an International Threat

The Christchurch attacks point to a disturbing web reaching from the United States, to the United Kingdom, to Greece, and beyond. → Read More

Europe's Antifascists Prepare to Fight Against the Far Right

Anti-fascists in Europe have been organizing in response to the rise of far-right parties and movements. → Read More

Trump's new 'anti-Muslim' appointee worries civil rights groups

Charles Kupperman is the latest addition to the Trump administration with ties to anti-Muslim group, say watchdogs. → Read More

After white nationalism defence, lawmaker Steve King faces rebuke

US House Republicans strip Iowa Congressman Steve King of his committee assignments after uproar. → Read More

As Trump wages political war over border, activists fight back

Humanitarians say Trump's crackdown creates hostile environment for their work and refugees, migrants crossing border. → Read More

US activists confront Republican Party over white nationalism

With midterm elections approaching, Trump and Republicans are blasted for white nationalists in party ranks. → Read More

When Prosecuting Far-Right Violence Fails

An unbelievably drawn-out trial in Greece has shown the dangers of delay. → Read More

Greece is done with the bailout. Young people say crisis not over

Although youth unemployment has fallen, graduates still have poor job prospects and young people feel hopeless. → Read More

'Get out of our country': A Pakistani migrant's Greek story

A Pakistani migrant worker tells of the attack that left him badly beaten and reconsidering his future in the country. → Read More

Row deepens over alleged police brutality at Bucharest protest

Some 450 people were treated for injuries at recent rally, but ruling party leader denounces protest as coup attempt. → Read More

When Bosses Threatened to Close the Plant, These Greek Workers Took It Over

While Greece hails the “end” of its debt crisis, more than one in five remain unemployed. → Read More

When Fascists Turn Violent

In Greece, a mob assault on a liberal mayor offers a disturbing view of where the current uptick in right-wing extremism can lead. → Read More

Egyptian fisherman: I saved 23 Greeks, four dogs from wildfires

The sea was the only escape for many running for their lives as fires raged. Egyptian fisherman rushed to help. → Read More

Muslim employees at Halliburton called 'terrorists': lawsuit

A complaint filed in Texas shines a light on the alleged discrimination of Muslims in the workplace. → Read More

Greece wildfires: Families 'embraced' until final moment

At least 23 children are among the 74 dead after forest fires erupted in villages outside of Athens. → Read More

Greece wildfires: Survivors of deadly blazes dig through wreckage

At least 74 people killed as forest fires crisscross through areas outside of the Greek capital, Athens. → Read More

Sweden Democrats: How will the far right perform in elections?

Concerns over migration drive support for the far right, which is also anti-EU, ahead of September 9 elections. → Read More

Refugees in Greece hopeless as Europe eyes more returns

While Europe tightens restrictions on refugees, asylum seekers in Greece say there is no future in the country. → Read More

Far-right calls to register Roma 'echoes' Europe's dark history

During the Holocaust, Roma were counted and killed. Recent calls for a census stoke fears of a return to violent racism. → Read More