Resurgent Nationalism: A Current History Anthology

Resurgent Nationalism A Current History Anthology Nationalism has been dismissed by some as a spent force a relic no longer relevant to a modern world shaped by the forces of globalization Yet nationalism has proved unexpectedly resilient of late st

  • Title: Resurgent Nationalism: A Current History Anthology
  • Author: Aviel Roshwald Rana Mitter Marlène Laruelle Michael Eppel James Siekmeier Brendan O'Leary Vazira Zamindar Sara Dorman
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  • Page: 238
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Nationalism has been dismissed by some as a spent force a relic no longer relevant to a modern world shaped by the forces of globalization Yet nationalism has proved unexpectedly resilient of late, still capable of igniting passions and conflicts everywhere from Scotland to Sudan, from eastern Ukraine to the South China Sea Current History set out to examine this phenNationalism has been dismissed by some as a spent force a relic no longer relevant to a modern world shaped by the forces of globalization Yet nationalism has proved unexpectedly resilient of late, still capable of igniting passions and conflicts everywhere from Scotland to Sudan, from eastern Ukraine to the South China Sea Current History set out to examine this phenomenon of resurgent nationalism by commissioning a series of essays on the ways in which it has manifested itself in different regions of the world The pieces collected here originally appeared in the magazine from September 2014 to May 2015.

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