Category: Nationalism

The Fragmentation of Yugoslavia: Nationalism and War in the by Aleksandar Pavković (auth.)

By Aleksandar Pavković (auth.)

War - international conflict I - created the nation of Yugoslavia in 1918 and, in a sequence of wars, beginning in 1991, Yugoslavia used to be changed by means of numerous new and smaller states. The victors had continuously provided those wars as wars of nationwide liberation: each one warfare used to be fought for the sacred reason behind nationwide liberty. The ebook lines the origins of ideologies, attractive to the reason for nationwide liberty, and descriptions their use within the construction of latest states and new political regimes within the Balkans.

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National Character and Public Spirit in Britain and France, by Roberto Romani

By Roberto Romani

In a piece of surprising ambition and rigorous comparability, Roberto Romani considers the concept that of "national personality" within the highbrow histories of england and France. Perceptions of collective mentalities motivated various political and fiscal debates, starting from anti-absolutist polemic in eighteenth-century France to value determinations of socialism in Edwardian Britain. Romani argues that the eighteenth-century inspiration of "national character", with its rigidity on weather and govt, developed right into a quandary with the virtues of "public spirit" without reference to nationwide features, in parallel with the institution of consultant associations at the Continent.

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Nationalism in Asia : a history since 1945 by Jeff Kingston

By Jeff Kingston

Using a comparative, interdisciplinary method, Nationalism in Asia analyzes currents of nationalism in 5 modern Asian societies: China, India, Indonesia, Japan, and South Korea.

  • Explores the ways that nationalism is expressed, embraced, challenged, and resisted in modern China, India, Indonesia, Japan, and South Korea utilizing a comparative, interdisciplinary approach
  • Provides an immense trans-national and trans-regional research via taking a look at 5 international locations  that span Northeast, Southeast, and South Asia
  • Features comparative research of identification politics, democracy, fiscal coverage, state branding, activities, shared trauma, reminiscence and tradition wars, territorial disputes, nationwide safety and minorities
  • Offers an obtainable, thematic narrative written for non-specialists, together with a close and updated bibliography
  • Gives readers an in-depth realizing of the ramifications of nationalism in those nations for the way forward for Asia

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Gender, Race, and Nationalism in Contemporary Black Politics by N. Alexander-Floyd

By N. Alexander-Floyd

This compelling ebook examines the interrelationship among gender, race, narrative, and nationalism in black politics particularly and inside of American politics as an entire. Nikol Alexander-Floyd's new paintings highlights the severe position of race and gender, displaying how they function to outline political discourse and to figure out public coverage.

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Empire in Denial: The Politics of State-Building by David Chandler

By David Chandler

David Chandler argues that state-building, because it is at present conceived, doesn't paintings. within the Nineties, interventionist regulations challenged the rights of person states to self-governance. this day, non-Western states usually tend to be feted via foreign associations delivering programmes of poverty-reduction, democratisation and sturdy governance. States with out definitely the right of self-government will regularly lack valid authority. The overseas coverage time table specializes in bureaucratic mechanisms, that can in basic terms instutiutionalise divisions among the West and the non-West and are not able to beat the social and political divisions of post-conflict states. Highlighting the hazards of present coverage -- together with the redefinition of sovereignty, and the subsquent erosion of ties linking energy and responsibility -- David Chandler bargains a severe examine state-building that may be of curiosity to all scholars of foreign affairs.Praise for From Kosovo to Kabul and Beyond:'A advantageous book.' Edward S. Herman 'Anyone concerned about global occasions may still learn this book.' international discussion

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Of Property and Propriety: The Role of Gender and Class in by Himani Bannerji, Shahrzad Mojab, Judith Whitehead

By Himani Bannerji, Shahrzad Mojab, Judith Whitehead

Unique in its strategy, this choice of essays examines estate family members, ethical laws referring to gender, and nationalism in India, Kurdistan, eire, and Finland. based round six case reviews, the members mix an research of gender with a dialectical exam of sophistication and patriarchy to bare how those family members became built in fresh nationalist movements.

Offering a substitute for post-colonial and post-structuralist formulations of gender and nationalism, the amount highlights the connections and convergences in concerns of estate, propriety, and gender between ideologically related nationalist activities, and exhibits how ideological similarities and adjustments must be understood sooner than analysing the gender symbolism and patriarchal relatives of nationalist histories.

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The Nation in History: Historiographical Debates about by Anthony D. Smith

By Anthony D. Smith

Within the first theoretical research of historiographical debates approximately ethnicity and nationalism, Anthony Smith offers a probing account of historians' assumptions and causes of nationalism in numerous old epochs. Ranging generally over the contributions and divergent views of historians, political scientists, sociologists, anthropologists and others who've contributed to those basic debates, Smith codifies the main cogent responses which were provided to 3 defining matters during this quarter: the character and beginning of the country and nationalism; the antiquity or modernity of countries and nationalism; and the position of countries and nationalism in historic, and particularly fresh, social swap.

Using the examples of Persia, Israel, and Greece for long term illustrations, Smith additionally discusses ethnic and nationwide identities in France, Germany, England, Yugoslavia, and in different places to light up the makes use of and the that means of other theories, and ends with a resounding case for the price of his personal ethno-symbolist process.

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