post-Revolutionary

post-Revolutionary

adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) of or relating to the period or age after a revolution
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United Tastes: The Making of the First American Cookbook is a storied history of not only the classic cookbook "American Cookery" (first published in 1796), but also the culinary traditions that formed part of the post-Revolutionary American effort to create a unique national identity.
One chapter is devoted to post-revolutionary womenAEs movements in Iran.
The Liberation Movement of Iran is the party founded in the 1960s by Mehdi Bazargan, who became the first prime minister of post-revolutionary Iran.
Here, at least, is a sector where flashes are not red, in this post-revolutionary Tunisia with a thousand evils.
The transition period between February 1979 when Mehdi Bazargan formed the first post-revolutionary government to November 1979 when he was forced to resign as a result of the American hostage situation is one of the prominent themes that is precisely scrutinized in this chapter.
LES MISERABLES Channel 4, 9pm A former prisoner tries to lead an honest life in post-revolutionary France, despite being pursued everywhere by fanatical police inspector.
Economic downturns in post-revolutionary countries are not uncommon and while Egypt has achieved political stability relatively quickly, it is now embarking on a serious campaign to achieve the same kind of success in terms of economic stability.
For Amel Mokhtar to interfere in the midst of her novel Dukhan al-qasr (Smoke of the Palace, 2013) and make a political statement with such vehemence as the one quoted above reflects her intention to participate in the formation of a new national and possibly nationalist post-revolutionary discourse.
Oleksandr Sych thanked the European Broadcasting Union for supporting reforms in Ukraine in the difficult conditions of post-revolutionary situation and Russian aggression.
A few examples of specific topics include: militarism in children's periodicals of the early Soviet Union, the metamorphosis of androgynous imagery in the Russian art of the pre- and post-revolutionary period, utopian modernist architecture under Stalin, and the closure of the State Museum of New Western Art in 1948.
The flurry of sabre rattling over the future of post-revolutionary Ukraine brought tensions between Russia and the West to a height not seen since the 2008 war between Russian and Georgia.
According to the Guardian, Moscow delivered a damning indictment of post-revolutionary Ukraine, denouncing alleged discrimination of the ethnic Russian minority.

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