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The Christian Right and Refugee Rights

The Border Politics of Anti-communism and Anti-discrimination in South Korea

Angie Heo

appeal as a social movement was driven by its overriding doctrine of anti-communism and, more specifically, its prioritization of anti-North militarism above the development of civil society and human rights. In this way, the post–Cold War resurgence of

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"La Dérive Bergery/The Bergery Drift"

Gaston Bergery and the Politics of Late Third Republic France and the Early Vichy State

Diane N. Labrosse

In July 1940, Gaston Bergery composed the founding document of the Vichy State, the Bergery Declaration, which called for a "renaissance" of France, domestically and in terms of its relations with the New European Order. It also offered one of the first clinical autopsies of the French Third Republic. Bergery's status vis-à-vis the end of the Third Republic is important in two interrelated respects. First, his political career is indicative of the taxonomical problems of French politics between the two World Wars and during the early Vichy regime. Second, his seminal role in the creation of the Pétainist state speaks to the French political upheaval of the late 1930s, when party lines and ideological adhesions were broken and re-formed in an unpredictable manner. His principal historical importance is based upon his status as one of the most notable representatives of the cohort of left wing pacifist and anti-communist politicians who rallied to Vichy.

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Flemish Comics versus Communist Atheism

Renaat Demoen’s Au pays de la grande angoisse (1950–1951)

Philippe Delisle

Belgian comics, which originated in conservative Catholic milieux between the wars, asserted their anti-Communism from the outset. 1 The first adventure of Tintin, launched at the beginning of 1929 in Le Petit Vingtième [The little twentieth

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Editorial

Historical Perspectives – Theory and Practices

The Editors

Catholicism. 3 Ideology, this time in the Cold War period, is the focus of Philippe Delisle’s article on a Belgian children’s comic produced in both Dutch and French in the early 1950s for a readership of Catholic children. As Delisle shows, the overt anti-Communism

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Sartre in Austria

Boycott, Scandals, and the Fight for Peace

Juliane Werner

, the government—a grand coalition of the conservative Christian democratic ÖVP (Österreichische Volkspartei) and the social democratic SPÖ (Sozialistische Partei Österreichs), united in their anti-Communism—informed the media that the “propaganda event

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David Miranda-Barreiro, Michelle Herte, Joe Sutliff Sanders, and Mark McKinney

are classic twentieth-century cartoonists and comics familiar to readers of Belgian and French bandes dessinées . In successive chapters, Delisle investigates five key aspects of his corpus: Catholicism, anti-Communism, nationalism, colonialism and

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Wojciech Śmieja

and self-censorship (manifesting, for example, in an absence of references to the Church, the Holocaust, anti-communism, or harsh difficulties of early postwar years) are obvious in Gaworski's collection, which has to be understood in the wider context

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Eric Jennings, Hanna Diamond, Constance Pâris de Bollardière, and Jessica Lynne Pearson

Loustaunau-Lacau and Georges Groussard were united by anti-communism, anti-Semitism, and a desire to overthrow the Republic. Often from similar backgrounds, they took a series of different paths after the defeat of May/June 1940, as this study shows. The

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Naila Maier-Knapp

established EU–ASEAN dialogue mechanisms independent from the outlined cooperative dynamics originating in crisis situations and constructions. Implications for 2015 and beyond Essentially, the uniting underlay of anti-Communism during the Cold War has

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De-Orientalizing the Western Gaze on Eastern Europe

The First Soviet Occupation in Lithuanian History Textbooks

Barbara Christophe

passage. In condensed form, interpretations are discernible here that are characteristic of the entire narrative in the textbook by Kapleris et al. First of all, anti-communism is introduced as an important factor of vindication, but also as a more