Right-wing anarchism (or right anarchism) refers to three distinct political ideologies:
- Anarcho-capitalism, which advocates the abolition of the state in favor of laissez-faire capitalism.
- Anarcho-conservatism (or conservative anarchism or tory anarchism), which advocates the abolition of both the state and capitalism in favor of a synthesis of Social Anarchism, social conservatism and cultural conservatism.
- National-anarchism (or tribal anarchism), which advocates the abolition of both the state and capitalism in favor of ethnic and racial communalism.
Actual anarcho-capitalists, anarcho-conservatives, and national-anarchists reject the labels “right-wing anarchism” and “right anarchism” as derogatory terms. Conversely, traditional social anarchists reject anarcho-capitalism, anarcho-conservatism and national-anarchism as oxymoronic terms and concepts, viewing the first as an extreme form of neo-liberalism, the second as a form of neo-medievalism and the third as a form of neo-fascism.