Nationalism has been one of the most powerful political forces of the modern age. There is endless debate on its meaning and content and over the historical specificity of the term. Nationalism is a doctrine of self-determination; that much is agreed. Yet the definition of the group which is entitled to self-determination and the conditions under which these demands are formulated is contested. Further disagreement arises over whether nationalists, to qualify as such, must make a claim to their own state.
KeywordsCivil Society Collective Action Ethnic Identity National Identity Nationalist Movement
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