States and Nationalism in Europe since 1945

By Malcolm Anderson

© 2000 – Routledge

128 pages

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About the Book

An examination of the ceaseless controversies surrounding ideas of nation and nationalism, showing that they are very far from dead in twenty-first century Europe. Beginning by defining these terms and setting out theories and concepts clearly and concisely, this book analyses the impact of nationalism since the Second World War, covering themes including:

* the relationship of nationalism to the Cold War

* the re-emergence of demands by stateless nations

* European integration and globalisation

* immigration since the 1970s

* the effects of nationalism on the former Soviet Union and Eastern block.

Reviews

'Malcom Anderson has written a book of eminent good sense, drawing upon a lifetime of scholarship on the politics of Western Europe. That he wears such scholarship lightly makes this book accessible and readable, but no-one should doubt the force and implications of his argument.' - Scottish Affairs

Table of Contents

1. The Cold War and Nationalism 2. Nationalism and Minorities 3. European Integration and Globalisation 4. Nationalism and Immigration 5. Nationalism and the Break-Up of the Soviet Union and Yugoslavia 6. Irredentism and Seperatism 7. Democracy and Nationalism

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The Making of the Contemporary World

The Making of the Contemporary World series provides accessible interpretations of contemporary issues and debates within strongly defined historical frameworks. The range of the series is global, with each volume drawing together material from a range of disciplines - including economics, politics and sociology. The books in this series present compact, indispensable introductions for students studying the modern world.

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
HIS000000
HISTORY / General
HIS010000
HISTORY / Europe / General