Rechte Gewalt ist international und in Deutschland in den Fokus geraten. Mordanschläge auf Politiker scheinen zuzunehmen, Drohungen gegen politische Gegner und vermeintliche „Verräter“ sind regelmäßige Phänomene. Was sind die Hintergründe? Welche Dynamiken treiben Rechtsextremismus und Rechtsterrorismus an? Die Diskussion dazu im 15. KNS Podcast mit Yan St-Pierre, Florian Peil und Malte Roschinski.
@maxgercke @MOSECON_Group Thanks for your interest. I think it's the old "straw that breaks the camel's back" factor, which is in fact random per se, but part of a larger context full of patterns. 1/
@MOSECON_Yan @MOSECON_Group That's an interesting take on triggers. Do you think these small changes like tax increases are just random events which push the people over the edge or is there a pattern? I'll try to identify triggers for civil wars in my Master's thesis, that's why I'm so interested.
@WillieMObiano the fuel tanker disaster is so sad, nd we must put an end to it.I have spoken with Anambra SEMA executive.Will hv my team @MOSECON_Group help out with the apt prevention and response solutions.
Pleasure listening to and speaking with @obyezeks @MatthewTPage and several others today about the security situation and German policy in #Nigeria. Wasn't the typical boring policy chat
I'm always fascinated by what triggers can be. We tend to look for a "big" event but it's always something much smaller, like tax increase on certain products or death of someone dismissed an "unimportant". Which is why the timing of a crisis is unpredictable. https://t.co/PlM2tlQYrs