Internationalism and nationalism in European political thought /
Carsten Holbraad.
New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2003.
xii, 194 p.
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New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2003.
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Carsten Holbraad is most recently Visiting Fellow, London School of Economics.
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Throughout modern European history, the international order of the continent has been conditioned by the interaction between competing trends of internationalism and diverse forms of nationalism. The goal of this book is to distinguish the various types of each, to indicate their origins, trace their development, and analyze their interplay. Carsten Holbraad identifies three major types of each approach: conservative, liberal, and socialist. By looking at all three for both internationalism and nationalism, it is evident that no school of thought has a monopoly on either approach. As a result, the study is able to present a broader and more complex view of the intellectual trends in European history and politics.
Table of Contents
List of Tablesp. viii
List of Abbreviationsp. ix
Prefacep. xi
Introductionp. 1
Conservative Internationalismp. 11
Liberal Internationalismp. 39
Socialist Internationalismp. 67
Conservative Nationalismp. 97
Liberal Nationalismp. 121
Socialist Nationalismp. 139
Conclusionp. 169
Notesp. 175
Biographical Glossaryp. 183
Indexp. 189
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