The Far Right Gets Respectable
Inside this issue:
Anti-immigrant parties and ultra-right populists have moved into the mainstream – legitimized in countries once proud of tolerance and diversity. If we are to tackle the growth of the far right, there must be an entire culture shift in the way the West views its minority communities and a 'retoxification' of extremist parties. New Internationalist looks at how this might happen.
Ben Okri: dreams for the future
A refugee's return to Rwanda
Is nuclear power necessary for a carbon-free future?
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