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The nationalism reader

Author: Omar Dahbour; Micheline Ishay
Publisher: Atlantic Highlands, N.J. : Humanities Press, ©1995.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The proclamation of a "New World Order," hailed at the end of the cold war, coincided with an eruption of nationalism. The withering of the bipolar balance of power has created a vacuum that has been filled by a new tide of ethnic conflict in the former Soviet Union, Bosnia, Somalia, and elsewhere. Despite general recognition of this resurgent phenomenon, there is neither widespread awareness nor expert consensus  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Omar Dahbour; Micheline Ishay
ISBN: 0391038672 9780391038677
OCLC Number: 30475149
Description: xii, 383 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: The enlightenment background of internationalism and nationalism --
Liberalism and nationalism --
Conservatism and nationalism --
Socialism, nationalism, and internationalism --
Anticolonialism and national liberation movements --
American perspectives on nationalism --
The contemporary debate on nationalism.
Responsibility: edited by Omar Dahbour and Micheline R. Ishay.

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"The proclamation of a "New World Order," hailed at the end of the cold war, coincided with an eruption of nationalism. The withering of the bipolar balance of power has created a vacuum that has been filled by a new tide of ethnic conflict in the former Soviet Union, Bosnia, Somalia, and elsewhere. Despite general recognition of this resurgent phenomenon, there is neither widespread awareness nor expert consensus on the meaning and origins of nationalism. The Nationalism Reader depicts the historical evolution of nationalist thought in the words of leading political actors and thinkers." "But this anthology is more than merely a useful reference book. By classifying the question of nationalism according to conflicting political perspectives, its introductory essay and organization show that liberalism, conservatism, and socialism each oscillates between a universalist (or a semi-universalist) conception of human rights and nationalism. In this respect, the selection of texts presented here sheds new theoretical light on the study of nationalism, as well as presenting major European, American, and Third World contributions to nationalist thought."--BOOK JACKET.

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