Abstract: A Collection of 10 essays on the role of nationalism in Eastern Europe, focusing on the region around Yugoslavia.
Keywords: book review, history, current_events, Yugoslavia, nationalism, Council on Foreign Relations, nation-state, East West Europe, ethnic, ethnicity, Soviet Union, United States, foreign policy, war, Balkans.
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Title: Nationalism and Nationalities in the New Europe
Author: Charles Kupchan, David P. Calleo, George Schoepflin, George Schopflin, Ezra Suleiman, Aleksa Djilas, Ivo Banac, Paul A. Goble, Stephen van Evera, Henry Bienen
Editor: Charles A. Kupchan
Publisher: Cornell University Press
Date Published: June 1995
ISBN: 0801482763
LOCN: D2009.N36 1995
Dewey: 320.5/4/094 20
Pages: 224
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Title:         Nationalism and nationalities in the New Europe /
                  edited by Charles A. Kupchan.
Published:     Ithaca : Cornell University Press, 1995.
Description:   xi, 224 p. ; 24 cm.
LC Call No.:   D2009.N36 1995
Dewey No.:     320.5/4/094 20
ISBN:          080143162X (cloth : alk. paper)
               0801482763 (pbk. : alk. paper)
Notes:         Collection of discussion papers originally given
                  during a series of seminars at the Council on Foreign
               "A Council on Foreign Relations book."
               Includes bibliographical references (p.
               Introduction : nationalism resurgent / Charles
                  Kupchan -- Reflections on the idea of the nation-state /
                  David P. Calleo -- Nationalism and ethnicity in Europe, East
                  and West / George Schöpflin -- Is democratic
                  supranationalism a danger? / Ezra Suleiman -- Fear thy
                  neighbor : the breakup of Yugoslavia / Aleksa Djilas --
                  Nationalism in southeastern Europe / Ivo Banac -- Three faces
                  of nationalism in the former Soviet Union / Paul A. Goble --
                  Hypotheses on nationalism and the causes of war / Stephen van
                  Evera -- Ethnic nationalisms and implications for U.S.
                  foreign policy / Henry Bienen.
Subjects:      Europe -- Politics and government -- 1989-  --
               Nationalism -- Europe -- History -- 20th century
                  -- Congresses.
Other authors: Kupchan, Charles.
Other authors: Council on Foreign Relations.
Control No.:   95013951 


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