New perspectives on the transnational right

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Description "Despite its association with the national, the modern Right is a transnational phenomenon. Whether in its fascist, conservative or other forms, it organizes across national barriers, linking together movements in different states. The links the Right has sought to forge beyond the national over the last century have been too often neglected, and this volume seeks to shed new light on transnationalism, the Right, and the ways the two interact. To explore this, this book draws on a variety of cases, in diverse regions of the world, throughout the last hundred years, so that we may better understand the relationship of the transnational to different forms of the Right"--
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New perspectives on the transnational right
Authors Martin Durham
Margaret Power
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Description Despite its association with the national, the modern Right is a transnational phenomenon. Whether in its fascist, conservative, or other forms, it organizes across national barriers, connecting movements in different countries. Yet this phenomenon has too often been neglected by scholars, an oversight that this volume seeks to correct. Drawing on a variety of cases in diverse regions of the world throughout the last hundred years—from anticommunism to white power movements to Turkish ultra-nationalists—this book offers powerful new insights into transnationalism, the Right, and the ways in which the two interact.
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Page Count 208
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Published Date 2010-12-15
Publisher Palgrave Macmillan
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Title New Perspectives on the Transnational Right
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