In that context, Russia would C Level Executive List also encourage the growth of certain ultra-nationalist and ultra-right sectors in Europe in order to articulate a counterattack against the victorious powers of the Cold War. Its aim was to take a stand against the C Level Executive List formal and informal expansion of Western Europe's influence over Eastern Europe. Secondly, the book goes a step further and in its second part offers an explanation of the impact that the Great Recession of 2008 had on the configuration of these ultra-nationalist positions. In what they call the “brave new world stagnation”, it is argued that the 2008 financial crisis allowed C Level Executive List the ultra-nationalist wave experienced after the fall of the Soviet bloc to continue.
This hypothesis allows C Level Executive List connecting with the ideological structures that have served to arm these new projects of the extreme right throughout Europe: the fight C Level Executive List against globalization. New traditions for the extreme right Another of the plot lines of the book focuses on delving into the ideological foundations of these movements. To do this, some questions are raised: what relationship do these realities have with the old fascist and national socialist C Level Executive List movements? Who are your intellectual references?
Where do these positions C Level Executive List come from? It is important to point out that, on many occasions, these groups start from positions of "historical independence", that is, in their approaches, they say they do not recognize themselves in the C Level Executive List extreme right-wing movements prior to 1945. Thus, their ideological and organizational matrix is nourished by various branches of the new conservative movements, the Alt-Right (alternative right), and other referents of the extreme right that, mixed with their own national traditions, have C Level Executive List made each project have its own particular developments.