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Book review: Hate in the homeland: the new global far right

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Kaya van der Horst

Leiden University College, NL
About Kaya

Kaya van der Horst is currently a third-year honours Bachelor’s student at Leiden University College, The Hague. She is majoring in International Justice. During her studies, she took part in a research clinic, partly funded by the Network for Research on Hateful Conduct and Right-Wing Extremism, that examined and compared safeguards against radicalisation and extremism within the armed forces of six NATO countries. Kaya is particularly interested in international human rights law, transitional justice, digital governance, gender studies and extremism.

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Abstract

This review evaluates Cynthia Miller-Idriss’ Hate in the homeland: the new global far right. Miller-Idriss’ six-chapter book offers a concise, yet thorough overview of the unique – and at the same time mundane – places and spaces at which extremist radicalisation takes place. Given her expertise in the subject matter, Miller-Idriss makes a compelling case for the mainstreaming of extremism that opens readers’ eyes to the global interconnectedness of today’s far right. The review will note the greatest strengths of the book, while emphasising its relevance for readers.

How to Cite: van der Horst, K., 2022. Book review: Hate in the homeland: the new global far right. Contemporary Voices: St Andrews Journal of International Relations, 1(1), p.None. DOI: http://doi.org/10.15664/jtr.1633
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Published on 03 Feb 2022.
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