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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Salvini can talk to his former ally Silvio Berlusconi and his Forza Italia party, or to the "post-fascist" party Fratelli d'Italia.
One other value of The Law of Blood is as a cautionary tale for our age, that of the passing of the post-fascist era of 1945-1990.
In Hungary, for example, the post-communist Socialists and the post-fascist Jobbik party have long shown more contempt for each other than for Prime Minister Viktor Orban.
In Italy, the connection between Italian far-right parties and Israel goes back to the early 2000s, when post-Fascist leader, Gianfranco Fini, laboured to rebrand his movement.
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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.
On display is a vibrancy of styles, as new ideas and movements took root in an effervescent, post-Fascist culture.
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.
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.