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Like Onuf had anticipated over two decades ago, even not if taking into account a future economic crisis of the scale and impact of the present one--growing assertivity is disbalancing the historic order of the Western world, leading to increased asymmetries and, consequently, barbarization.
What we can and must do is warn and act against the barbarization of the world about to be born.
45) In other words, it was not just an imperial vocabulary but one reflective of actual cultural decadence that progressively brought about the Barbarization of the Hellenes.
Kritika 1, 2 (2000): 305-36; Weiner, "Something to Die For, a Lot to Kill For: The Soviet System and the Barbarization of Warfare, 1939-1945," in The Barbarization of Warfare, ed.
The fruit of Communist rule must be spiritual chaos and progressive barbarization.
Cameron, "Imagining settle: The Marine corps and the barbarization of the Pacific war paper delivered at the Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association, Chicago, 1991, 2-3; Studs Terkel, `The Good War:' An Oral History of World War II (New York, 1984), 58-59.
Mark Edele and Michael Geyer contribute a survey ("States of Exception") on the escalating violence and barbarization of warfare on the Germans' Eastern front, arguing that each side learned from the other: "Seen as a totality, the war in the 'East' started with rapid-fire escalation of unrestraint on the German side (in which practice surpassed ideology) and was countered by a distinct radicalization and barbarization in the context of defense measures by the Soviets, which in turn triggered a radicalization and barbarization on the side of the aggressor" (350, emphasis added).
Hannes Heer and Klaus Naumann (New York: Berghahn, 2000), 237-71; see also Omer Bartov, Eastern Front, 1941-1945: German Troops and the Barbarization of Warfare (New York: St.
4) On the role of the Soviet system in the barbarization of its servicemen's conduct, see Amir Weiner, "Something to Die For, a Lot to Kill For: The Soviet System and the Barbarisation of Warfare, 1939-1945," in The Barbarisation of Warfare, ed.
Istoriko-psikhologicheskoe issledovanie (Moscow: Institut rossiiskoi istorii RAN, 1995); Omer Bartov, The Eastern Front, 194145: German Troops and the Barbarization of Warfare, 2nd ed.
4) See Omer Bartov, The Eastern Front, 1941-1945: German Troops and the Barbarization of Warfare (New York: St.
Once again, the literary medium is a common ground, a moment of psychosocial development away from colonial or "Jim Crow" barbarizations meant to racialize and therefore diminish the true impact of suffering and intoxication upon the modern self.