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a follower of Stalin and Stalinism

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BODY POLITIC Hilarious scenes in biting satire about Stalinist Russia
It is no accident that the rush of Western visitors ground to a virtual halt by decade's end, as the Stalinist regime intensified its search for enemies within and the VOKS leadership fell victim to the Purges.
Wajda's last film, 'Afterimage', a biopic about avant-garde painter Wldyslaw Strzeminski, tells a story of an artist struggling to overcome the pressures of Stalinist dogma on art shortly after World War Two.
Trekking from south to north, the narrator becomes a witness to the grim realities of Stalinist Russia.
The publisher added that The Real North Korea: Life and Politics in the Failed Stalinist State has been fully updated and revised to reflect developments since the accession of Kim Jong Un.
As chairman of the Telavi regional organization Stalinist Shota Lazarishvili stated, opening of the monument to Stalin in Telavi
Lankov, who has decades of experience studying the inner workings of the isolated regime, begins the book with an overview of the history of the nation and lives of its people, from how it transformed from a Soviet client state to an "archetypal National Stalinist regime", under the leadership of its founding father Kim Il Sung.
He pushed development of nuclear weapons, while agricultural mismanagement and Stalinist economics ensured hardship and famine for millions.
It is like a tour across a Stalinist open-air park, to put it ironically.
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In Damascus, there is a real revolution against the last of the Arab Stalinist regimes.
One should point out that the murder of 1621,000 Polish POWs in March and April 1940 was not an isolated incident, but rather a tragic milestone in the Stalinist policy to subjugate the Poles.
Since the opening of the Soviet archives in the early 1990s, publications on Stalinist repression, terror, and the Gulag have broken all records in the historiography of the Soviet period.
Such grassroots "collectivisation" wasn't on the model of the state-run collectives of the Stalinist USSR, but was based on democratic control by workers.
I agree wholeheartedly with Rex Makin that this government is repressive and Stalinist.