Nashism and Nashists are post-Soviet Russian political neologisms derived from the word "наши" ("ours"). The word is used to refer to various forms of worldview based on the primacy of "ours" (i.e., of the ingroup) over the "outsiders". 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 Russiаn political movement with the word "Ours" in its title.
Nashism and Nashists may have the following meanings
- A branch of the Situationist International movement, named after Jørgen Nash
Nashism and Nashists are post-Soviet Russian political neologisms derived from the word "наши" ("ours"). The word may have the following meanings.
- Political platform and membership of the following political movements
- Nashi (Nevzorov), a 1991 movement by Alexander Nevzorov
- Nashi (Ours), Russia, 2005
- Our Ukraine (political party)
- A political neologism in reference to various forms of nationalism, chauvinism or racism in modern Russia, often in association with the two Nashi movements.