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slowakische Satellitenstaat Hitler‑Deutschlands durch eine Militärdiktatur regiert (vgl. Lipták 2000: 263, 259). Laut Valerián Bystrický ergriff die HSĽS bereits während der Phase ihrer Machtüber‑ nahme anti‑jüdische Maßnahmen im Land: »During the process of taking over and consolidating its power, the Hlinka’s Slovak People’s Party had already endeavoured to limit the economic role and overall social influence of the Jewish and Czech inhab‑ itants of Slovakia« (ebd. 2011: 163). Diese und weitere Maßnahmen gipfelten schließ‑ lich im Holocaust: »The dictatorship and

adopted in Kyrgyz- stan, Jamestown Eurasia Monitor 3 (208). Marat, E. (2008), Criminalization of the Kyrgyz State before and after the Tulip Revolution, China and Eurasia Forum Quaterly 6 (2), S. 15-22. Marius, B. / Jahraus, O. (1997), Systemtheorie und Dekonstruktion. Die Super- theorien Niklas Luhmanns und Jacques Derridas im Vergleich, Siegen: LU- MIS Institut für Empirische Literatur- und Medienforschung. McFaul, M. (2002), The fourth wave of democracy and dictatorship. Noncoop- erative transitions in the postcommunist world, World Politics 54, S. 212- 244

, Cuba, or the Ba- hamas, Haiti could not establish itself as a destination for mass tourism because of continuing political unrest during years of dictatorships, a notoriously stereo- typical and marginalized reputation, and the devastating earthquake of 2010. Port-au-Prince does not have well-developed touristic infrastructures for visitors to move freely and autonomously within the city. Local informal guides (gid) wait in front of many hotels like Hotel Oloffson or Park Hotel to assist visiting foreigners to arrive at desired destinations or to assist with

-space. It makes apparent that cultural struggles are also class struggles and that national identities are conflated with class identities, revealing an imperial dynamics in the processes perpetuated by people from OMS (Stoler, 2002, 2013a; Stoler & Cooper, 1997). The Polish Director sees the alleged better understanding of dictatorships as capital because of the historical experiences of NMS (it is his, as he says, “capital”). He is, referencing Bourdieu, trying to push back the limits of the European doxa. He refers to the moral mission Poland has appointed