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Internationalism and Nationalism in European Political Thought

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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Introduction

    1. Carsten Holbraad
      Pages 1-4
  3. Internationalism

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 5-10
    2. Carsten Holbraad
      Pages 11-37
    3. Carsten Holbraad
      Pages 39-65
    4. Carsten Holbraad
      Pages 67-89
  4. Nationalism

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 91-96
    2. Carsten Holbraad
      Pages 97-119
    3. Carsten Holbraad
      Pages 121-138
    4. Carsten Holbraad
      Pages 139-168
  5. Conclusion

    1. Carsten Holbraad
      Pages 169-174
  6. Back Matter
    Pages 175-194

About this book

Introduction

The political history of modern Europe may be seen in terms of continuous interaction between rivalling forms of internationalism and diverse kinds of nationalism. This book distinguishes, analyses and presents the different kinds and varieties of internationalist and nationalist ideology that have played significant parts in the international politics of the region, particularly since the Second World War. It indicates the origins of each pattern of thought, traces its development, brings out its relationship with other strands of thought and outlines its major political influences. The emphasis is on internationalist support for and nationalist opposition to the principal regional international organizations.

Keywords

Europe European Politic international organizations nationalism Political Thought politics socialism

About the authors

CARSTEN HOLBRAAD was at the London School of Economics most of the 1990s, attached in turn to its Centre for International Studies, European Institute and Department of International Relations. Previously he was engaged in research and teaching at the Australian National University in Canberra and Queen's and Carleton Universities in Canada. His books include The Concert of Europe, Superpowers and International Conflict, Middle Powers in International Politics, and Danish Neutrality. He grew up in Denmark, spent many years in Greece and now lives in London.

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