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MILAN GOLOB - Fascism in Europe and Radical Right of Natalija e8juh65v
Natalija e8juh65v
2005; graphite, charcoal, eraser on paper, 21×15 cm
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Fascism in Europe and Radical Right of Natalija e8juh65v

- Jergen Goul Andersen and Tor Bjerklund; Radical right-wing populism in Scandinavia: from tax revolt to neo-liberalism and xenophobia, in Paul Hainsworth, The Politics of the Extreme Right, From the Margins to the Mainstream, London, 2000.

- Gerry Cable; The far right in contemporary Britain, in Neo-Fascism in Europe, London, 1991.
- Ronnie Ferguson; Neo-Fascism in Europe, London, 1991.

- David Childs; The far right in Germany since 1945, in Neo-Fascism in Europe, London, 1991.

- Edward Arnold; The Development of the Radical Right in France: From Boulanger to Le Pen, New York, 2000.

- Vassilis Kapetanyannis; Neo-fascism in modern Greece, in Luciano Cheles, Neo-Fascism in Europe, London, 1991.

- Christopher Husbands; Militant neo Nazism in the Federal Republic of Germany in the 1980s, in Luciano Cheles, Neo-Fascism in Europe, London, 1991.

- Sheelagh Ellwood; The extreme right in Spain: a dying species?, in Luciano Cheles, Neo-Fascism in Europe, London, 1991.

- Roger Eatwell; Why has the extreme right failed in Britain?, in Paul Hainsworth, The Extreme Right in Europe and the USA, London, 1994.

- Terri Givens; Voting Radical Right in Western Europe, Cambridge, 2005.

- Roberto Chiarini; The "Movimento Sociale Italiano:" a historical profile, in Neo-Fascism in Europe, London, 1991.

- Elina Kestila; Is there a demand for radical right populism in the Finnish electorate?, Scandinavian Political Studies 29, 2006.

- Herbert Kitschelt; The Radical Right in Western Europe: A Comparative Analysis, University of Michigan Press, 1995.

- Michael Minkenberg; Repression and re action: militant democracy and the radical right in Germany and France, Patterns of Prejudice, February 2006.

- Antonio Costa Pinto; The radical right in contemporary Portugal, in Luciano Cheles, Neo-Fascism in Europe, London, 1991.

- Ognjen Pribicevic; Changing Fortunes of the Serbian Radical Right, in Sabrina Ramet, The Radical Right in Central and Eastern Europe since 1989, Pennsylvania University Press, 1999.

- Sabrina Ramet; The Radical Right in Central and Eastern Europe since 1989, Pennsylvania State University Press, 1999.

- Jens Rydgren; From Tax Populism to Ethnic Nationalism: Radical Right - Wing Populism in Sweden, New York, 2006.

- Michel Hale Williams; The Impact of Radical Right - Wing Parties in Western Europe, New York, 2006.

- Luciano Cheles; Nostalgia dell'avvenire: the new propaganda of the MSI between tradition and innovation, in Neo-Fascism in Europe, London, 1991.

- Jergen Goul Andersen and Tor Bjerklund; Anti-immigration parties in Denmark and Norway: the progress parties and the Danish People's Party, in Martin Schain, Aristide Zolberg and Patrick Hossay, Shadows over Europe: The Development and Impact of the Extreme Right in Western Europe, New York, 2002.

- Jergen Goul Andersen; Immigration and the Legitimacy of the Scandinavian Welfare, State. Aalborg University, Denmark, 2006.

- Susanno Backer; Right-wing extremism in unified Germany, in Paul Hainsworth, The Politics of the Extreme Right: From the Margins to the Mainstream, London, 2000.

- Christoph Blocher; Switzerland and the Second World War: A Clarification, Zurich, 1997.

- Tim Bragg, Nick Griffin, David Kerr and Patrick Harrington; Taking Liberties: A Third Way Special on the Attack on Civil Liberties in the UK, Pamphlet, 2005.

- Vittorio Bufacchi and Simon Burgess; Italy Since 1989: Events and Interpretations, New York, 2001.

- Milan Bulajic; Tudjman's Jasenovac Myth: Ustasha Crimes of Genocide, Belgrade, 1992.

- Elisabeth Carter; The Extreme Right in Western Europe: Success or Failure?, Manchester, 2005.

- Ronnie Ferguson; The Far Right in Western and Eastern Europe, London, 1995.

- David Close; Greece Since 1945: A History, London, 2002.

- Martin Conway; Collaboration in Belgium: Leon Degrelle and the Rexist Movement, 1940-1944, New Haven, 1993.

- John Cox; Slovenia: Evolving Loyalities. Postcommunist States and Nation's, New York, 2005.

- Michael Cox and Peter Shearman; After the fall: nationalist extremism in post-communist Russia, in Paul Hainsworth, The Politics of the Extreme Right: From the Margins to the Mainstream, London, 2000.

- Peter Davies; The National Front in France: Ideology, Discourse and Power, New York, 1999.

- Eddy de Bruyne and Marc Rikmenspoel; For Rex and for Belgium: Leon Degrelle and Walloon Political and Military Collaboration 1940-45, Solihull, 2004.

- Roger Eatwell; The extreme right and British exceptionalism: the primacy of polities, in Paul Hainsworth, The Politics of the Extreme Right: From the Margins to the Mainstream, London, 2000.

- Kevin Featherstone; Politics and Policy in Greece, London, 2005.

- Edward Fields; Leon Degrelle and the Rexist Party 1935-1940, Spearhead, 2005.

- Tom Gallagher; Portugal: the marginalisation of the extreme right, in Paul Hainsworth, The Extreme Right in Europe and the USA, London, 1994.

- Tom Gallagher; Exit from the ghetto: the Italian far right in the 1990s, in Paul Hainsworth, The Politics of the Extreme Right: From the Margins to the Mainstream, London, 2000.

- Venelin Ganev; Preying on the State: The Transformation of Bulgaria After 1989, Ithaca, 2007.

- Emil Giatzidis; An Introduction to Postcommunist Bulgaria: Political, Economic and Social Transformation, Manchester, 2002.

- John Gilmour; The extreme right in Spain: Blas Pifiar and the spirit of the nationalist uprising, in Paul Hainsworth, The Extreme Right in Europe and the USA, London, 1994.

- Paul Hainsworth; The Extreme Right in Europe and the USA, London, 1994.

- Paul Hainsworth; The Politics of the-Extreme Right: From the Margins to the Mainstream, London, 2000.

- Erika Harris; Nationalism and Democratisation: Politics of Slovakia and Slovenia, Aldershot, 2002.

- Karen Henderson; Slovakia: The Escape for Invisibility, London, 2002.

- Lothar Hobelt; Jorg Haider and the Politics of Austria 1986-2000, West Lafayette, 2003.

- Christopher Husbands; The Netherlands: irritants on the body politie, in Paul Hainsworth, The Extreme Right in Europe and the USA, London, 1992.

- Piero Ignazi; The silent counterrevolution. Hypotheses on the emergence of extreme right-wing parties in Europe, European Journal of Political Research 22, 1992.

- Rasma Karklins; Ethnopolitics and Transition to Democracy: Collapse of the USSR and Latvia, Washington, 1994.

- Eva Kolinsky; A future for right extremism in Germany?, in Paul Hainsworth, The Extreme Right in Europe and the USA, London, 1994.

- Duncan Light and David Phinnemore; Post-Communist Romania: Coming to Terms with Transition, London, 2001.

- Peter Liotta; The "Future" Republic of Macedonia: The Last Best Hope, European Security, Spring 2000.

- James Morrison; Vladimir Zhirinovsky: An Assessment of a Russian Ultra-nationalist, Darby, 2004.

- Cas Mudde and Joop Van Holsteyn; The Netherlands: explaining the limited success of the extreme right, 2000.

- Ferid Muhic; Macedonia - an Island on the Balkan Mainiand, in David Dyker and Ivan Vejvoda, Yugoslavia and After: a Study in Fragmentation, Despair and Rebirth, Harlow, 1996.

- Edith Oltay; Hungary: Csurka launches National Movement, Research Report, 26 March 1993.

- Michael Petrou; Neo-neo Nazis: New fascist movements find fertile ground in the turmoil of Eastern Europe, Maclean's, 24 February 2006.

- Hella Pick; Guilty Victim - Austria from the Holocaust to Haider, London, 2000.

- Philip Rees; Biographical Dictionary of the Extreme Right, New York, 1990.

- Martin Schain, Aristide Zolberg and Patrick Hossay; Shadows over Europe: The Development and Impact of the Extreme Right in Western Europe, New York, 2002.

- Michael Shafir; Marginalization or mainstream? The extreme right in postcommunist Romania, in Paul Hainsworth, The Politics of the Extreme Right: From the Margins to the Mainstream, London, 2000.

- Stephen Shenfield; Russian Fascism: Traditions, Tendencies and Movements, New York, 2000.

- James Shields; The Extreme Right in France: From Petain to Le Pen, London, 2004.

- Francesco Sidoti; The extreme right in Italy: ideological orphans and counter mobilisation, 1994.

- Vladimir Solovyov and Elena Klepikova; Zhirinovsky: Russian Fascism and the Making of a Dictator, New York, 1995.

- Richard Stoss; Politics Against Democracy: Extreme Right in West Germany, New York, 1991.

- Thomas Szayna; The extreme-right political movements in post-Communist Central Europe, in Peter Merkel and Leonard Weinberg, The Revival of Right-Wing Extremism in the Nineties, London, 1997.

- Paul Taggart; The New Populism and the New Politics: New Protest Parties in Sweden in a Comparative Perspective, London, 1996.

- Marcus Tanner; Croatia: Nation Forged in War, London, 1997.

- Marco Tarchi; The far right Italian style, in Xavier Casals, Political Survival on the Extreme Right: European Movements between the Inherited Past and the Need to Adapt to the Future, Barcelona, 2005.

- Sne┼żana Trifunovska; Minorities in Europe: Croatia, Estonia and Slovakia, The Hague, 1999.

- Franjo Tudjman; Genocide & Yugoslavia: Exposing the Myths, Washington, 1996.

- Franjo Tudjman; The Horrors of War: Historical Reality and Philosophy, New York, 1996.

- Klaus von Beyme; Right-Wing extremism in post-War Europe, West European Politics, 1988.

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