The project shall be organized according to spatial and where necessary, temporal coordinates. The inclusion of a case-study shall be done according to its significance in the past or present contexts. The approach is not a sweeping regional one, as some countries are omitted due to their historically and presently weak and isolated extreme right wing. Also, most of the post-Soviet space does not concern the project, since our approach gravitates around the European Union’s east and its future members. This is due to the possible applications of our research conclusions. Consequently, the following countries shall be included in our analysis: the Visegrád 4 (Hungary, Slovakia,Poland and the Czech Republic) and Romania. The shared and contiguous histories of these countries also argue for this format. Each country shall be represented by one, or at most, two researchers, working in close collaboration with the research coordinators (CENS and Political History Institute in Budapest), and each other. In the case of two researchers, they shall be divided according to the historical period they are studying The research results shall be presented, compared and assessed via two, perhaps three (according to the time frame proposed) periodic public conferences. The tentative themes for these conferences shall be framed according to the project structure: one shall treat main concepts of the state and society, the second views upon the European community of the extreme right (and their alternative visions on the topic), and the third shall be a presentation of the “strengths” and weaknesses of the radical right wing project (as embedded in the irrespective contexts). Conferences on the topics of the use of press, and alternative media, social networking as mobilization tools by the radical right, are also projected. The aim of the project is to produce a series of conferences, which would synthesize the findings of the researchers. The end results shall be published in scholarly journals.