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About Roland Clark

Roland Clark is a Senior Fellow at CARR, and a Lecturer in History at the University of Liverpool. He is a specialist in the history of fascism in interwar Romania. He also writes about anti-communist resistance movements; gulags in Communist Romania; theology and nationalism; lived religion; visionaries; sectarianism; and the history of the Romanian Orthodox Church. See his profile here.

Articles by Roland Clark

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Adam Bychawski is an editorial assistant at openDemocracy.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

How Scousers see off the fascists

Recent successful efforts to repel fascist groups draw on a long history of antifascist mobilisation in Liverpool.

When liberals have had enough: a new wave of protests in Romania

Whereas the stereotypical pro-government voter consumes partisan local media; by contrast, the stereotypical protester in Bucharest owns an iPhone and reads international newspapers online.

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