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Nationalism in Europe since 1945

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Studies in European History

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08 December 2015

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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...

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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.

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Covers both East and West Europe
Includes both theory and historiography
Interdisciplinary, covering History, Politics and IR

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

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

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