04 Nations and Nationalism - NATIONS AND NATIONALISM France...

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10/5/09 France, 1789
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10/5/09 ANNOUNCEMENTS Readings for Wednesday PRS Clicker Usage Begins Wednesday BRING YOUR CLICKERS! Add Drop Period Over-rides: See Me After Class
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10/5/09 RECAP In world politics “state” means “country.” Sovereignty is a claim states make. The sovereign-state system is a historical artifact, not a given This way of organizing the planet has
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10/5/09 QUESTIONS FOR TODAY: What is a nation? What is nationalism? What is the link between nationalism and war? Have we entered a post-nationalist era?
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Click to edit Master subtitle style 10/5/09 Nation “A nation is a population that shares an identity, usually including a language and a culture” and that on that basis, they should govern their own political affairs. - paraphrasing Goldstein and Pevehouse, p. 156
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Click to edit Master subtitle style 10/5/09 Different Nations United By Different Characteristics
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10/5/09 ETHNIC NATIONS Membership in the nation is determined by racial or ethnic attributes
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