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Simone Benazzo

Introduction In cultivating its political project, Fidesz has always paid particular care to embed its proposals into an overarching historical narrative. All quotations from French and Italian were translated into English by the author. The inextricable link between Fidesz and memory is clearly epitomized by one of the first public speeches of its long-serving leader Viktor Orbán, delivered during the commemoration of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution on June 16, 1989. Orbán’s brief statement, which called for the withdrawal of Soviet troops from Hungary and

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Elisabeth Kovtiak

To understand the specifics of collective memory and nostalgia for the communist times in today’s Georgia, it is important to look back to the first two decades of country’s sovereignty. Georgia obtained independence from the USSR in early 1991, and at that time, interethnic conflict in South Ossetia (1991–1992) already had been escalating. Soon after, a military conflict in Abkhazia had started and continued from August 1992 to September 1993. Although these conflicts sometimes are described as civil wars in the result of an ethnic conflict, the separatists

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Richard Shusterman

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Domingo Martinez Rosario

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Popular Cultural Memory

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Karin Kukkonen

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Zhe Zhou, Wenrui Diao, Xiangyu Liu, Zhou Li, Kehuan Zhang and Rui Liu

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Damianka Getova and Nina Doncheva

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Romuald Polczyk

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Borysław Paulewicz, Agata Blaut and Aleksandra Gronostaj

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Patrycja Maciaszek

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