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. Tambov: Gramota, 2012. № 6. Part 1. P. 133-135.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Political Science
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IDEOLOGICAL PROFILE OF BRITISH RADICAL RIGHT-WING POLITICAL FORCES: HISTORICAL EVOLUTION AND TOPICAL TENDENCIES

Kurnosov Dmitrii Dmitrievich
St. Petersburg State University


Abstract. The author undertakes the attempt to follow the evolution of British right-wing radicals' ideological profile by the example of two leading parties of the relevant orientation - National Front (NF) of the 1960s and 1970s and British National Party (BNP) of the beginning of the XXIst century, demonstrates the interrelation of right-wing radicals' ideological changes with the changes in British politics and society in general, and shows that the analysis of ideology helps to understand the tactical and strategic aims of British right-wing radicals.
Key words and phrases: Великобритания, идеология, крайне правые, радикализм, Британская национальная партия, Национальный фронт, Great Britain, ideology, right-wing radicals, radicalism, British National Party, National Front.
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