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National Cultural Autonomy and its Contemporary Critics
Acknowledgements Contributors Biography Introduction: National-Cultural Autonomy Revisited Chapter 1. State and Nation Chapter 2. NCA and Contemporary Theories of the State Chapter 2. Nations,Expand
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National–Cultural Autonomy as an Alternative to Minority Territorial Nationalism
Abstract The aim of this article is to show the advantage of the national–cultural autonomy (NCA) model in dealing with national autonomy demands in societies affected by deep ethnic conflicts andExpand
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The challenge of Post-Zionism : alternatives to Israeli fundamentalist politics
* 1. Introduction - Ephraim Nimni * 2. From Nation-State to Nation - - - - State: Nation, History and Identity Struggles in Jewish Israel - Uri Ram * 3. The Square Circle - The Struggle for SurvivalExpand
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national question reveal great differences in interpretation from one historical situation to another. In this paper I propose that there is an underlying paradigm which makes their seeminglyExpand
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Marxism and nationalism : theoretical origins of a political crisis
Designed to be an account of the classic Marxist theories of nationalism. Nimni aims to explain why Marxists in Europe have failed to conceptualize the national question. He looks at the writings ofExpand
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Nationalist multiculturalism in late imperial Austria as a critique of contemporary liberalism: The case of Bauer and renner
Abstract This article evaluates Bauer's theory of the nation and the debate on national‐cultural autonomy in late imperial Austria. It finds important similarities with contemporary liberal debatesExpand
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Nationalism, Ethnicity, and Self-Determination: A Paradigm Shift
In this chapter I argue that an ongoing paradigm shift is giving birth to a more multidimensional understanding of the relationship between nationalism, sovereignty, self-determination, andExpand
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