A global culture to fight extremism

A global culture to fight extremism


LONDON - It is my belief that hatred has become as global as positive activism. Globalisation has made it easier to hate as well as to love. The fringe has become viral, and localised parochialisms are in danger of becoming new inter-connected pockets of the mainstream, through globally connected social movements. Though such movements heavily influence national political agendas, by their very character, they transcend politics. 

Social movements are defined as an ideas based phenom...


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