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"L'Europe est foutue" : fascisation et décolonisation : anticolonialisme et crainte du fascisme dans la genèse des nouvelles gauches radicales ouest-allemandes et françaises (1954-1975)

Abstract : This work aims at focusing on the entanglement between the West German and the French radical Lefts during the decolonisation process after World War II. We will study how this encounter has brought the European Left (and especially the French and West-German Lefts) to question the transformations of the post-1945 World and to participate in the birth of a New European Radical Left at the beginning of the 1970s. While the colonial tradition of Germany was not as strong as the French one, the question of fascism was at the centre of many debates within the radical Lefts. Hence, the emergence of the Third-World as a political subject, the disintegration of colonial Empires and the ongoing anti-imperialist struggles have crossed these fears of a possible fascisation. Thus, we aim at questioning the theoretical and political circulations between the French and the West-German Lefts during decolonisation in order to analyse both the birth of a wider anticolonial and anti-imperialist political consciousness but also the constitution of a New Left (in France and in West Germany) through the way in which “external” issues (colonialism) have crossed debates on internal issues (the fear of the fascisation).
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Selim Nadi. "L'Europe est foutue" : fascisation et décolonisation : anticolonialisme et crainte du fascisme dans la genèse des nouvelles gauches radicales ouest-allemandes et françaises (1954-1975). Histoire. Institut d'études politiques de Paris - Sciences Po, 2019. Français. ⟨NNT : 2019IEPP0026⟩. ⟨tel-03658617⟩

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