In this Book
Since the rise of Putin, many have puzzled by the strange affinity of the far right in the West for today's authoritarian Russia. Entangled Far Rights explores the deep roots of this phenomena and reveals it to be a running thread through the entire history of the long 20th century and present regardless of the changing political character of Russia's regimes.
Table of Contents
- pp. v-vi
- Part I. The Prerevolutionary Russian Right: A Fascism Avant La Lettre?
- Part II. Interwar Mutual Discoveries: Eurasianism and the German Conservative Revolution
- Part III. The War Experience: Collaborationism and the Soviet Union
- Part IV. The PostWar European Far Right’s Draw for the Soviet East
- Part V. The Quest for Ideology in the Soviet Nomenklatura and Underground
- pp. 219-264
- pp. 265-288
- pp. 289-292
- pp. 293-298
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