Fernando D'Aniello

People and populism in Germany: from Weimar to Berlin

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The essay analyzes what unites the various conservative, neo-identity and the new right-wing movements in Germany, from a political and historical point of view. In particular, the essay analyzes the theoretical assumptions that make possible the union between these different movements, in order to understand why this political galaxy is currently particularly active. In the author’s opinion, right-wing populism in Germany could reactivate mechanisms, in the economic and political spheres, of criticism of globalization and reaffirmation of national interest, by hegemonizing different social groups, frightened by the economic crisis.


  • People
  • Populism
  • Germany


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