Reimagining the Nation
Capturing a wide spectrum of current thought on the construction of nationhood and national identity, this work explores new ways of thinking about the concept of the nation and suggests possible ways of resisting its totalizing effects.
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Democracy and Territoriality
Homeless in International Relations? Womens Place
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