by Stanislav Penc and Jan Urban The year 1998 may mark a turning point in the Czech Republic’s rising racial tensions, fueled by a growing extreme-right political and street movement. Statistics compiled by the Documentation Center for Human Rights in Prague indicate that a racially or ideologically motivated incident occurs in the country every other […]

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