Euroright. The Extreme Right in the European Integration Process, 1979-1989
Research Fellow, University of Padua
This chapter aims at analysing the idea of Europe that was developed by extreme right organisations and reconstructing the main attempts they made to establish cooperation at the European level during the Cold War period, with an emphasis on the Second Cold War period from 1979 to 1989. Despite the electoral irrelevance of most of them, their earlier international contacts and thoughts on Europe are worthy of attention, not least because of the impact they made on the European cultural and political landscape in the 1990s and the 2000s.1
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