From Communist Internationalism to Xenophobic Nationalism: Post-Soviet Russia’s Strange Trajectory — La Gaceta de los Miserables.

By Richard Arnold¹. In 2006, Russia contained around 50,000 racist skinheads- over half the world’s total- and had the highest number of violent hate crimes in Europe. 2006 also saw the first gathering of prominent racist voices from around the world, including David Duke from the United States, at a conference designated to discuss “the […]

via From Communist Internationalism to Xenophobic Nationalism: Post-Soviet Russia’s Strange Trajectory — La Gaceta de los Miserables.

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