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Anna-Mária Bíró et al. (ed.) Populism, Memory and Minority Rights: Central and Eastern European Issues in Global Perspective (Brill Nijhoff, Leiden, Boston, 2018), isbn 978-90-04-38641-9 (hardback)

Anna-Mária Bíró et al. (ed.) Populism, Memory and Minority Rights: Central and Eastern European... Anna- Mária Bíró et al. (ed.) Populism, Memory and Minority Rights: Central and Eastern European Issues in Global Perspecti (Brill Nijhoff, Leiden, Bost ve on, 2018), isbn 978- 90- 04- 38641- 9 (hardback ) Many would agree that we witnessed important socio political chang - es in the last decade. Several scholars argue that populism had become the defining con - cept of the twenty first century - so far, with anti- minority and anti- migr ant sen - timent on the rise, and even the existing minority rights protection and human rights regimes are challenged. The book under review addresses these issues from both a global and a Central and Eastern European ( cee ) perspective. The volume, as is pointed out in its Preface by Anna- Mária Bír ó, director of the Tom Lantos Institute, a human and minority rights organization based in Budapest, 1 is the first volume in a series which will deal with the issues of human rights and identity and it has five major parts. These reflect the area of interest of the Tom Lantos Institute. The first part deals with Roma rights, the second with anti- semitism and memory politics, the third http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png European Yearbook of Minority Issues Online Brill

Anna-Mária Bíró et al. (ed.) Populism, Memory and Minority Rights: Central and Eastern European Issues in Global Perspective (Brill Nijhoff, Leiden, Boston, 2018), isbn 978-90-04-38641-9 (hardback)

European Yearbook of Minority Issues Online , Volume 18 (1): 8 – Jun 1, 2021

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Anna- Mária Bíró et al. (ed.) Populism, Memory and Minority Rights: Central and Eastern European Issues in Global Perspecti (Brill Nijhoff, Leiden, Bost ve on, 2018), isbn 978- 90- 04- 38641- 9 (hardback ) Many would agree that we witnessed important socio political chang - es in the last decade. Several scholars argue that populism had become the defining con - cept of the twenty first century - so far, with anti- minority and anti- migr ant sen - timent on the rise, and even the existing minority rights protection and human rights regimes are challenged. The book under review addresses these issues from both a global and a Central and Eastern European ( cee ) perspective. The volume, as is pointed out in its Preface by Anna- Mária Bír ó, director of the Tom Lantos Institute, a human and minority rights organization based in Budapest, 1 is the first volume in a series which will deal with the issues of human rights and identity and it has five major parts. These reflect the area of interest of the Tom Lantos Institute. The first part deals with Roma rights, the second with anti- semitism and memory politics, the third

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Published: Jun 1, 2021

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