Nations, Identity, Power: The New Politics of Europe

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Hurst, 2000 - Ethnicity - 442 pages
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Conceptions of nationalism as a historical and contemporary phenomenon remain fragmentary in the late-1990s. This text analyzes the contraditions inherent in the general understanding of nationalism in order to fashion a new intellectual synthesis.

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