In the past year, ultra-nationalist groups have expanded in Mongolia. Among the groups garnering attention, the self-described Neo-Nazi group Tsagaan Khaas has recently shifted its focus from attacks on women it accuses of consorting with foreign men to environmental issues, with the stated goal of protecting the environment from foreign mining interests. This ultra- nationalist group was founded in the 90s and currently has more than a hundred members on active duty. 21 PHOTOS

neo-Nazi environmentalists in a non-German Nordic country. Oxymoron.

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