While their numbers decline, hate and anti-government groups have found their way into American mainstream politics, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center.
Dara of Jasenovac and Quo Vadis, Aida? take different tacts on filmic representation of war crimes.
“This feels like a loss,” said Andrea Prasow of Human Rights Watch while touring the museum, flagging several errors in how curators have presented the history of torture and interrogation.
Vintage Soviet postcards reveal a sophisticated political project, one that uses the allure of nostalgia to create a vision of a utopian, space-age future.
Propaganda continues to evolve and the latest version, used by the Trump administration during the Singapore meeting, looks to corporate communications for pointers.
The 17-minute film, “Don’t Be a Sucker,” offers some timely advice in light of recent events — though it hasn’t aged perfectly by any means.
The first major survey of communist poster art considers the visual legacy of propaganda graphic design in nations around the world.
Since the 19th century, the motif of an octopus on propaganda maps has represented the inhuman spread of evil, its tentacles grasping for land and power.
Some maps are not designed to chart geography, but to express a particular belief.
MANCHESTER, UK — In the week following the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union (the “Brexit”) on June 23, there was a 500% rise in hate crimes across the country.
In a remarkable demonstration of how to inflame public sentiment and paint one’s own organization as a vulgar and racist political group, the UK Independence Party (UKIP) has unveiled a billboard in support of the campaign to have Britain exit the European Union that visually references Nazi propaganda.
In the thousands of propaganda posters produced in China between the birth of the People’s Republic in 1949 and the early 1980s, the beaming face of Chairman Mao Zedong watches over a surreal utopia.