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The stress among nationalism and internationalism has been a massive characteristic of worldwide politics because the finish of the chilly battle. according to a Nobel symposium, this assortment brings jointly a world number of acclaimed authors from a wide selection of educational disciplines. The publication combines concentrated case-studies and extra theoretically established fabric to envision significantly the post-Cold conflict political panorama. matters coated include:

* altering interpretation of the kingdom country and nationalism
* the transforming into prominence of transnational organisations
* technological alterations in info, communique and transport
* multiculturalism and citizenship
*ethnicity and non secular id in African, Indian, Bosnian and varnish nationalism
* the turning out to be worldwide value of Islam.

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