Totalitarian Regimes

Some articles on totalitarian, regimes, totalitarian regimes, regime:

Bloodlands - Synopsis
... Eastern European regions were caught between two totalitarian objectives, one being Hitler's vision of Racial supremacy and Lebensraum resulting in Final Solution and other ... vision of history ("Nazis bad, Soviets good"), or against the view that most deaths the regimes were responsible for occurred during World War II ... the book revolves around Snyder pointing out the similarities between the two regimes “ Hitler and Stalin thus shared a certain politics of tyranny they brought about catastrophes ...
Milan Kundera - Miroslav Dvořáček Controversy
... prominently publicised an investigation carried out by the Czech Institute for Studies of Totalitarian Regimes, which alleged Kundera denounced to the police a ... (Vojtech Ripka for the Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes said, "There are two pieces of circumstantial evidence, but we, of course, cannot be one hundred percent sure ... The Prague-based Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes is regarded by many as a propagandistic institution ...
Kirkpatrick Doctrine
... claimed that states in the Soviet bloc and other Communist states were totalitarian regimes, while pro-Western dictatorships were authoritarian ones ... According to Kirkpatrick, totalitarian regimes were more stable and self-perpetuating than authoritarian regimes, and thus had a greater propensity to influence neighboring states ... Kirkpatrick's tenet that totalitarian regimes are more stable than authoritarian regimes has come under criticism since the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 ...
History Of Freemasonry - 20th Century Freemasonry - Freemasonry Under Totalitarian Regimes (1900– Current)
... Many twentieth century totalitarian regimes, both Fascist and Communist have treated Freemasonry as a potential source of opposition due to its secret nature and ... It has been alleged by Masonic scholars that the language used by the totalitarian regimes is similar to that used by some modern critics of Freemasonry ...
Authoritarianism - Characteristics
... new forms of authoritarianism from personalistic dictatorships and totalitarian states, taking Francoist Spain as an example ... Falange, monarchists, technocrats, and others) unlike totalitarian states, the regime relies on passive mass acceptance rather than popular support ... Several subtypes of authoritarian regimes have been identified by Linz and others ...

Famous quotes containing the word totalitarian:

    In the life of the human spirit, words are action, much more so than many of us may realize who live in countries where freedom of expression is taken for granted. The leaders of totalitarian nations understand this very well. The proof is that words are precisely the action for which dissidents in those countries are being persecuted.
    Jimmy Carter (James Earl Carter, Jr.)