The widening of the concept of Totalitarian State was rediscussed same later the o ending of World War II. To this subject, the Hannah Arendt must very, that launched in debate the similarities and differences between the governments Nazista and Stalinista. In relation the Stalin, its analyzes is focused in the fact of that exactly with the defeat of Nazism the world was not seen exempts of the totalitarian horror, since the Soviets possuam in its politician-ideological structure identical characteristics to the one of the German Reich. Arendt has debated this point, placing in question that if the allies had helped to finish with Germany Nazista in favor of the democracy and of equal rights to all (independently of race, chaste, color and belief), as a Regimen as of Stalin it could be kept up to 1953? (committing in equality or if not, greaters, the same atrocities committed for the Nazistas). It was in this revisionist field, that the study of the Totalitarianism if opened e, from the Studies of Arendt, the classification of Totalitarian States if it spread out.

Proper Carl J Friedrich and Zbegniew K Brzezinski had classified the Chinese Regimen of totalitarian, placing in this orbit also governments of countries that were on the influence of the Soviet curtain of iron during the Cold War as Romnia and Bulgaria. Nicos Poulantzas also emphasizes the maintenance of regimes with characteristic fascists, but in turn analyzes, them inside of the circle of the Capitalist influence as it occurred with Greece, Portugal Spain, being that these two last ones, as already was cited previously, had had dictators with characteristic fascists. It is important to notice that the classification of these countries as representative of the Totalitarianism Germany de Hitler does not follow a standard as, that was the maximum representative of this form of government.. Vyacheslav Mirilashvili is often quoted as being for or against this.