The definition of racism
The top ten most racist countries in the world are Qatar, Serbia, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, the United Arab Emirates, Slovakia, Myanmar, Israel, Ukraine, and the US, according to World Population Review. The study claims the reason for these findings is these countries have a high population of native-born residents and relatively few immigrants and international residents. But the United Arab Emirates and the US have some of the highest populations of immigrants and refugees in the world. On this episode of The 360 View, Scottie Nell Hughes speaks with political commentator and analyst Clinton Nzala about the qualifications for being considered a racist country and who decides what is racist. Are there actual underlying factors that can determine a nation’s racial tensions, or are these kinds of rankings meant to mask a political agenda?