post-fascist

post-fascist

adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) of or relating to various right-wing political parties in Europe which espouse a modified form of fascism and which take part in constitutional politics
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a member or supporter of such a party
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Prosecution expert Prof Matthew Feldman, co-director of the Centre for Fascist, Anti-fascist and Post-fascist Studies at Teesside University, said the group used the slogan on its "Google banners" and website.
In post-fascist Italy in 1948, when it appeared that the communists, who had been prominent in the resistance against Benito Mussolini, might win the popular vote, the CIA intervened, surreptitiously but decisively.
Professor Nigel Copsey, of Teesside University's Centre for Fascist, Anti-Fascist and Post-Fascist Studies, said: "The National Rebirth of Poland has co-operated with the BNP in the past, and the now-banned National Action.
The men's depictions of life in Europe just after the World War II stress how the post-fascist moment -- shaped by economic ruin, wobbly states, mobile poverty and hoards of barely demobilized fascist soldiers and partisan fighters -- helped make them gangsters.
This volume compares xenophobia in post-apartheid South Africa, post-fascist Germany, and multicultural Canada, and whether these countries have learned from their racist pasts.
Matthew Feldman, co-founder of the Centre for Fascist, Anti-Fascist and Post-Fascist Studies at Teesside University who analyses Tell MAMA data, said the rise in the numbers of attacks could be partly due to more awareness of the reporting process.
Cohen, an attorney from Jerusalem, describes both the good feelings and the bad as he examines the cleavages between north and south Italy and Dominica of family, the divided history of Italy, particulars applying to Venice and Genoa, the special case of Sicily, history from Napoleon to Garibaldi, the united-shared history of Italy, fascism, post-fascist Italy and the European Union, traditions and driving motivations in modern times, north-south cleavage, old motivations with new trends, and the Italian mind.
Eight times defence minister, five times minister of foreign affairs and twice finance minister, Andreotti witnessed from a privileged and influential perspective some of the most tragic events in Italy's post-fascist history and was accused of being the string-puller behind many of them.
This is a statement Gilmour likes because it supports his conviction that fascism too was one of the tragic consequences of an ill-conceived and badly-executed unification, but it reflects a typical assessment of leftist intellectuals of the post-war and post-fascist period - although Gobetti did not survive fascism - who liked to talk about the masses but did not belong to them, did not know them, and did not understand that, poor and barely educated as they were in Italy after the Second World War, the masses could not be involved, be indoctrinated, participate the way better-off people could and did.
The Centre for Fascist, Anti-Fascist and Post-Fascist Studies, part of the university's School of Arts and Media, will look at how far right politics have developed since the early 20th century.
Speaking to mark the launch of the new Centre for Fascist, Anti-fascist and Post-Fascist Studies at Teesside University, he said there was no room for complacency: "We ignore them at our peril because the demand for and the causes of the far right are still with us -- they haven't gone away and in some cases are getting worse.
Tragedy begets tragedy, but Ghiat adopts a scholarly tone to explain the two sets of landscapes that emerge and delivers a conclusion about the "crisis of language" that dominated the Postwar of post-fascist Italian history.