Nashism (Russian: нашизм) and Nashists are post-Soviet Russian political neologisms derived from the word "наши" ("[those who are] ours", i.e., those of the ingroup). The word is used to refer to various forms of worldview based on the primacy of "ours" over the "outsiders" (comparable to la cosa nostra, "our thing"). Various Russian journalists, politicians and politologists put different meanings into this word, as described below. The words "nashists" and "nashism" have also been used in reference to Nashi (youth movement), a Russian political movement with the word "Ours" in its title.

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  • Nashism (Russian: нашизм) and Nashists are post-Soviet Russian political neologisms derived from the word "наши" ("[those who are] ours", i.e., those of the ingroup). The word is used to refer to various forms of worldview based on the primacy of "ours" over the "outsiders" (comparable to la cosa nostra, "our thing"). Various Russian journalists, politicians and politologists put different meanings into this word, as described below. The words "nashists" and "nashism" have also been used in reference to Nashi (youth movement), a Russian political movement with the word "Ours" in its title. Nashism is not Russian nationalism, although the two overlap substantially in that the Siloviki (Chekists) encourage Russian nationalism/chauvinism as a power base and Russian nationalists take pride in Siloviki power. But the core of Nashism is more like organized crime than nationalism in the respect that compatriots can be excluded, and foreigners included, based on their loyalty to, or alignment with, the organization. (en)
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  • Nashism (Russian: нашизм) and Nashists are post-Soviet Russian political neologisms derived from the word "наши" ("[those who are] ours", i.e., those of the ingroup). The word is used to refer to various forms of worldview based on the primacy of "ours" over the "outsiders" (comparable to la cosa nostra, "our thing"). Various Russian journalists, politicians and politologists put different meanings into this word, as described below. The words "nashists" and "nashism" have also been used in reference to Nashi (youth movement), a Russian political movement with the word "Ours" in its title. (en)
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