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  • The juxtaposition also serves as a reminder of how easily populist movements can be co-opted for fascism; Godard flashes the word "populaire" on screen across the images of both Hitler and the socialists, rapidly cutting between the opposing forces to link them in unexpected ways.

    Here and Elsewhere

  • At the end of the day, I head to Bab el-Oued, the legendary quartier populaire near the sea that was a stronghold of the FIS during the terrible 1990s, to visit an association that works with poor youth.

    Hopes and fears: an Algiers diary | Karima Bennoune

  • Français · Russie: Qu'est-ce qu'un blogueur populaire?

    Global Voices in English » Russia: “A Popular Blogger”

  • Het is een populaire vakantiebaan bij jongen mensen, omdat je de baan meestal uit kan voeren in een toeristische omgeving, en je er meestal, behalve loon, ook een verblijf bij krijgt.

    Tenerife day 3

  • Jour "J" pour te chanter le bon vieux refrain de la chanson populaire:

    se reposer sur ses lauriers - French Word-A-Day

  • Among their most famous documentaries are Le ciel, la terre (1965), about the origins of the war in Viet Nam; The 17th Parallel, Le peuple et ses fusils, and La guerre populaire au Laos (all 1968, all made in conjunction with the North Vietnamese and all about the Laotian popular struggle); and the highly-acclaimed series of twelve films about China, How Yukong Moved the Mountains (1976).

    Marceline Loridan-Ivens.

  • Opgericht in 1961, heeft Zes Vlaggen het vermaak van wereldklasse voor miljoenen van families met snijkant, verslag-verbrijzelende achtbanen en benoeming programmering met gebeurtenissen zoals de populaire Reeks van het Overleg van de Nacht van de Donderdag en van de Zondag verstrekt.

    New Obama Ad Sketches His American Story

  • They alienated opportunistic FL supporters, and two of the country's high-profile peasant organizations (Tet Kole Ti Peyizan and KOZE-PEP) called them "anti-populaire" and condemned how they harmed Haiti's farmers.

    Peter Hallward's "Damming the Flood" - Part II

  • It made popular support for Aristide active, strong, and channeled through a network of "organisations populaire" (OPs) that played a central collective mobilizing role in the country.

    Peter Hallward's "Damming the Flood"

  • The Bloc Québécois, as I said, I think will not last as long nor is it as distinguishably led as was the Bloc populaire of the 1940s.

    The Changing Political Face of Canada

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