Siegel, Jacob. (November 29, 2016). “Paul Gottfried, the Jewish Godfather of the ‘Alt-Right’” |  How Paul Gottfried—willing or reluctant—became the mentor of Richard Spencer and a philosophical lodestone for white nationalists. Tablet Magazine

(July 22, 2018). “White Nationalist Richard Spencer Backs Israel’s Contentious Nation-state Law” | In a series of tweets, Spencer writes of his admiration for the law, which confers the right to national self-determination in Israel to the Jewish people alone, and says Jews are ‘showing a path forward for Europeans’. Haaretz

Michel, Casey. (December 20, 2016). “Meet the Moscow Mouthpiece Married to a Racist Alt-Right Boss” | She spreads the words of Russia’s most virulent propagandist. He’s a leading racist hate-monger. Nina Kouprianova and Richard Spencer are a very different kind of power couple. The Daily Beast.

Spiro, Amy. (November 13, 2018). ‘Convicted UK neo-Nazi said he tried to convert to Judaism in Israel‘ | Adam Thomas, who named his baby after Hitler, briefly attended yeshiva in Jerusalem. Jerusalem Post.

Ahren, Raphael. (September 24, 2017). ‘Loathed by Jews, Germany’s far-right AfD loves the Jewish state‘ | Candidates for nationalist Alternative for Germany, derided as anti-Semitic, overwhelmingly profess to hold pro-Israel positions, poll shows. Times of Israel

Harkov, Lahav. (November 20, 2016). ‘Israeli minister throws support behind controversial Trump adviser Bannon‘ | “Agriculture Minister Uri Ariel sent a letter to US President-elect Donald Trump’s controversial strategic adviser Steve Bannon on Friday, thanking him for his support of Israel.

“I wanted to express my support and thanks for your friendship with Israel. While we do not know each other personally, dear friends of mine including Rabbi Shmuley Boteach have shared with me your strong opposition to the Iran nuclear agreement, which threatens Israel’s survival, your opposition to BDS and your opening of a Jerusalem bureau in Israel while head of Breitbart in order to promote the Israeli point of view in the media,” the letter reads.” Jerusalem Post.

Pfeffer, Anshel. (July 18, 2018). ‘Netanyahu and Orban: An Illiberal Bromance Spanning From D.C. to Jerusalem‘ | The parallels between the current prime ministers of Israel and Hungary are astonishing, so it is perhaps unsurprising they have forged a strong alliance over the past decade and learned new tricks from each other. The third and final part of a special report. Haaretz.