Populist Nationalism, Anti-Europeanism, Post-nationalism, and the East-West Distinction

@article{Blokker2005PopulistNA,
  title={Populist Nationalism, Anti-Europeanism, Post-nationalism, and the East-West Distinction},
  author={Paul Blokker},
  journal={German Law Journal},
  year={2005},
  volume={6},
  pages={371 - 389}
}
In the literature on emergent populism and nationalism in post-communist Eastern Europe, two main assumptions regarding the origins of the phenomenon can be distinguished. One line of argumentation holds that the unexpected resurgence of populism and nationalism after the collapse of the communist regimes is a direct result of the ‘valley of tears’ that characterizes the post-communist transformation from a communist, centrally planned system, to a democratic, market society. The ‘social costs… Expand
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