European governments, preparing for a round of major summits with Donald Trump, are wary.
The term "populist" has a clear historical origin in the United States. It's important we claim it. (Pictured: Marine Le Pen)
Much of the content in the speech seemed borrowed from the mass politics of the 1930s in central and southern Europe.
The GOP front-runner's calls for violence against his critics are no joke.
The GOP front-runner has finally reached a point where parallels between his presidential campaign and the fascists of the first half of the 20th century—lurid figures such as Benito Mussolini, Josef Stalin, Adolf Hitler, Oswald Mosley and Francisco Franco—are too evident to overlook.
In saying a mufti put Hitler up to the Holocaust, the Israeli prime minister is attempting to paint Palestinians as congenital Jew-haters -- justifying robbing them of their remaining land, their livelihoods and their lives. Netanyahu is wrong on the history.In claiming that a mufti put Hitler up to the Holocaust, the Israeli prime minister is trying to paint Palestinians as congenital Jew-haters—justifying continued quashing of their future.
Recent lawsuits could render the latest form of in-office slavery obsolete; an LGBT group visits a paradisiacal island to honor gays once relegated there under Mussolini's fascist rule; meanwhile, death squads in Honduras are still fueled by U.S. dollars. These discoveries and more after the jump.
The Movimento Sociale-Fiamma Tricolore party in Italy has offered to pay $1,940 to parents who name their children after Benito Mussolini or his wife Rachele. The "purely casual" name game is meant to address low birthrates and not fascist nostalgia, according to the far-right party. Sure.
Hollywood stars like Leonardo DiCaprio, George Clooney and Nicole Kidman are now personae non gratae in Rome, according to the Italian capital's new mayor, Gianni Alemanno, a former fascist who thinks American stars shouldn't be hyped at Rome's annual film festival at the expense of Italian actors and directors.