By Shane O'Neill, Keith Breen
Explores the ways that the geographical region and nationalism are challenged by means of modern realities. This quantity addresses changes to our figuring out of nationwide sovereignty, difficulties posed through violent clash among rival nationwide initiatives, the feasibility of postnationalist democracy and citizenship, and the controversy over international justice.
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There was a national division between those who saw themselves as German and Austrians, but this was overcome, and it was not ethnonational. That Lijphart’s foundational work did not focus on national divisions is suggested by the terminology he employed and did not employ. Nowhere, as far as we can see, does Lijphart use the terms ‘nation’, ‘stateless nation’, ‘minority nation’, ‘nationality’, ‘ethnonational’, or even the somewhat ambiguous ‘national minority’ (which could mean a minority within a nation) to describe the minority political communities with which he was concerned.
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After the Nation?: Critical Reflections on Nationalism and Postnationalism (International Political Theory) by Shane O'Neill, Keith Breen