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Nationalism and Internationalism in the post-Cold War Era
(1997, NS 102)
September 8-10, Stockholm University
Kjell Goldmann, Ulf Hannerz and Charles Westin
Proceedings: Kjell Goldmann, Ulf Hannerz and Charles Westin, eds., Nationalism and Internationalism in the Post-Cold War Era. London/New York: Routledge, 2000

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Table of Contents
List of contributors xi
Acknowledgements xiv
Introduction: nationalism and internationalism in the post-Cold War era
KJELL GOLDMANN, ULF HANNERZ AND CHARLES WESTIN
1
Programmes, conditions and processes 3
Multiple relations: religion, ethnicity, globalization 6
Primordialists and constructionists 12
The future of internationalism 16
The layout of this volume 18
Notes 19
PART I
Commitments and contexts: ethnicity and religion 23
1 Democracy, ethnic diversity and nationalism
LIAH GREENFELD
25
The meaning of 'ethnicity' 25
'Democracy': definition 27
Nationalism and its general implications 29
Types of nationalism 31
The appeal of ethnic identity 34
Notes 36
2 Transnational ethnicity and subnational religion in Africa's political experience
ALI A. MAZRUI
37
Parochial religion and transnational ethnicity 37
Models of church-state relationships 40
Parochial ethnicity and transnationalizing religion 43
South Africa: the racial war that never was 46
Political violence: primary and secondary 47
Conclusion 49
3 Are Islamists nationalists or internationalists?
FREDRIK BARTH
51
Fundamentalism 51
Wellsprings 53
The Islamist constituency 56
Parameters for a political agenda 58
The shaping of political action 59
Conclusion 61
Notes 62
Part II
The Iron Curtain rising 65
4 From internationalism to nationalism
Poland 1944-96

JERZY TOMASZEWSKI
67
The Communists and national traditions 67
Ideology and politics 69
The ambivalent propaganda 71
From internationalism to anti-Semitism 72
The opposition and minorities 77
What changed after 1989? 79
Contemporary Poland and the yews 81
A legacy of the Communist system 84
Notes 85
5 Nationalism, internationalism and property in the post-Cold War era
KATHERINE VERDERY
87
What does the post-Cold War era mean? 87
Nationalism and internationalism: some Romanian examples 90
Romanians strategize into the post-Communist era 93
Property and identity 95
Socialist property and its restructuring 97
Acknowledgements 101
Notes 101
6 The little nation: minorities and majorities in the context of shifting geographies
SETENEY SHAMI
103
Introduction: latter-day nationalism 103
Majorities and minorities: the Caucasian experience 105
The Caucasus: the home front? 107
Jordan: the home front? 109
Inchoate nationalism 111
Globalization in the periphery 114
Omar and Hayrettin: martyrs of some sort? 115
Lena and Sveta: economics über alles 119
Conclusion: modernity unbound 124
Notes 126
PART III
Attachments and arrangements 127
7 The grounds of the nation-state: identity, violence and territory
ARJUN APPADURAI
129
Love of the nation 129
Full attachment 130
Predatory identities 132
Space and violence 134
Conclusion: globalization and governance 140
Notes 142
8 From Khartoum to Quebec: internationalism and nationalism within the multi-community state
KALEVI J. HOLSTI
143
Testing liberal internationalism: between states 145
Testing liberal internationalism: within the state 146
Framing the problem 147
Theories of the political community 148
The coming crisis of the civic state? 153
Within and between states: essential differences? 156
The birth of multi-community states 158
From Khartoum to Quebec: harbingers? 163
Conclusion 166
Notes 168
9 To be a European citizen: Eros and civilization
J. H. H. WEILER
170
Prologue 170
European citizenship: dilemmas and contradictions 171
The affective crisis of European citizenship 175
To be a European citizen: the official bread and circus vision 178
Towards the reconstruction of a European ethos 181
Towards a reconstruction of European citizenship: three views of multiple demoi 189
Democracy and European integration: to be a good European citizen 193
Note 194
PART IV
Images of world order 195
10 Nationalism and world order
STANLEY HOFFMANN
197
Defining terms 197
Political philosophies and nationalism 199
Is nationalism the enemy of world order? 203
World order in a world of nationalisms 209
Nationalism, liberalism, world order 213
Notes 215
11 Why secession is not like divorce
RAINER BAUBÖCK
216
Introduction 216
Secession theories: an inconclusive debate? 219
Why federation should be preferred to secession 236
Acknowledgments 238
Notes 238
12 Who's afraid of a global state?
YAEL TAMIR
244
No more than a state of mind 245
What do institutions have to do with it? 251
Dancing with wolves 253
False harmony 255
Imposing a just world order 259
Who needs a global state? 262
Acknowledgments 265
Notes 266
 
Bibliography 268
Index 282

 

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