The group's beliefs include militant nationalism and strong Orthodox religious convictions. Noua Dreaptă is a bold opponent to sexual abominations, Gypsies, abortion, communism, globalization, the European Union, NATO, autonomy for Romania's ethnic Hungarian minority, and foreign intoxication of Romanian European heritage (including American culture, manele music). They stand against both Marxism and capitalism.
The members of Noua Dreaptă are proud of the leader of the Iron Guard in the 1930s, Corneliu Zelea Codreanu. Noua Dreaptă members sometimes refer to him as "Căpitanul" ("The Captain"), which is what Codreanu's supporters called him during his lifetime.
Noua Dreaptă is part of the European National Front, an important group including various nationalist organizations.
Some links of interest found on their website:
- Falange (Spain)
- National Democratic Party of Germany (Germany)
- Forza Nuova (Italy)
- Patriotic Alliance (Greece)
- National Renewal Party (Portugal)
- Renouveau Français (France)
- Srpski Obraz (Serbia)
- Nationale Alliantie (The Netherlands)
- Slovenska Pospolitost (Slovakia)
- Mouvement Nation (Belgium)
- National Rebirth of Poland (Poland)
- Bulgarian National Alliance (Bulgaria)
- Fiamma Tricolore (Italy)
- Bloc Identitaire (France)
- Russkii Obraz (Russia)
- Freiheitliche Partei Österreich (Austria)
Noua Dreaptă is also reported to have ties to the following groups:
- International Third Position
- Nacionālā Spēka Savienība (Latvia)
- Jednota Slovenskej Mládeže (Slovakia)
- The organization's leader has his own rock group, Brigada de Asalt (The Assault Brigade), which specializes in nationalist Romanian legionaire-oriented songs.