Nato nel 1991, laureato in Storia, dottorando, si occupa di storia della Slovacchia, dell’Ungheria, della Polonia e di storia del marxismo. Ha alcune pubblicazioni all’attivo, fra le quali: Teleki Pan un uomo controverso, Italian communist party and political crisis in Poland e Lo strano matrimonio fra il regime sovietico e i militari argentini.
The article, through secondary scientific historical sources and archival material of the Gramsci Foundation, aims to analyze not only the intense economic and military relations of the Soviet Union and the countries of the Warsaw Pact with Argentina, during the tragic and bloody period of the Proceso de Riorganizacion Nacional (1976-83), under generals Videla, Viola, Galtieri, but also to investigate the cultural relations between the Argentine military circles and the USSR and the interest of certain Argentine coup leaders for the pre-war Eastern European and Social-National Catholic movements of the extreme right, investigating the Soviet interest in infiltrating the Latin American military and ecclesiastical apparatuses, the Third World and anti-imperialist aspects shared by the extreme right and extreme left, the ideological closeness between anti-imperialism and social nationalism, the ambiguous role of the Church, the role of the Argentine Communist Party (whose appeal for the recognition of Videla will remain unheeded by Enrico Berlinguer).
Keywords: Golpe, Montoneros, Desaparecidos, Cristeros, Liberation Theology.
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