Nationalism in Europe since 1945
Nationalism in Europe since 1945

Nationalism in Europe since 1945

by André Gerrits

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Nationalism in Europe since 1945 by André Gerrits

An up-to-date empirical and historiographical overview of the actual political relevance of nationalism and internationalism in post-war Europe. Adopting a largely chronological approach, Gerrits links the historiography of post-war Europe and the major theoretical approaches to nationalism with analysis of key historical developments and events.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781137337870
Publisher: Macmillan Education UK
Publication date: 12/08/2015
Series: Studies in European History
Edition description: 1st ed. 2015
Pages: 168
Sales rank: 927,812
Product dimensions: 5.60(w) x 8.60(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Andre W. M. Gerrits is Professor of Russian History and Politics at Leiden University, Netherlands.

Table of Contents

Introduction.- PART I.- 1. The Debate on Nationalism.- 1.1 A Political Definition.- 1.2 Further Readings.- PARTII.- 2. Europe During the Cold War.- 2.1. Integration and Transatlantic Cooperation.- 2.2. Changing the Concept of the 'National': Decolonization and the Welfare State.- 2.3. Regionalism, Immigration and National Identity.- 2.4. Nationalism and Communism in Eastern Europe.- 2.5. The Collapse of Communism.- PART III.- 3. Europe After the Cold War.- 3.1. Democratization and Nationalism: The Russia Case.- 3.2. Civil War in Yugoslavia.- 3.3. Globalisation, Integration and the Nation State.- 3.4. Immigration, Multiculturalism and Political Nationalism.- PART IV.- 4. Nationalism, Democracy, and European Integration.- Bibliography.

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