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Neither Shadow nor Spectre

Populism as the Ideological Embodiment of the Democratic Paradox

Anthony Lawrence Borja

of popular sovereignty (i.e. a good people against an evil elite) ( Mudde 2004 ) anchored on the following themes: (1) vertical leadership and strong executive power; (2) radical nationalism and popular culture; (3) a sacralising view of politics and

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Pascah Mungwini

restoration of Césaire had then become integral elements of African nationalism’ (ibid.). From this conference the foundation of pan-Africanism as a liberation movement was thus laid. Kodjo and Chanaiwa (1993: 746 ) confirm that indeed ‘in the history of Pan

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The Concept of Religion in Meiji Popular Discourse

An Analysis of the Newspaper Yomiuri Shimbun

Makoto Harris Takao

' and ‘Nation' in Early Gold Coast Nationalism,” in Doing Conceptual History in Afr ica , ed. Axel Fleisch and Rhiannon Stephens (New York: Berghahn, 2016), 162-184, here 166-167; Paula Pannu, “From Kerajaan (Kingship) to Masyarakat (The People

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Voluntarism

Promises of Proximity as Articulated by Changing Moral Elites

Anders Sevelsted

, it may also counteract the tendency to “historical nationalism” as many inspirations to the European semi-periphery of Denmark came from the Anglophone and the Germanic areas. 28 The Emergence of Voluntarism: Proximity and Distance From the

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Communication, Context, and Narrative

Habermas and Contemporary Realist Thought

Navid Hassanzadeh

, 187, 265–266 ). He has also more recently addressed the European debt crisis ( Habermas 2014: 199–201 ), and the manifestation of far-right nationalism on the continent (Habermas et al. 2018; Habermas 2020 ), and in many of these interventions, has

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Colonising ‘Free’ Will

A Critique of Political Decolonisation in Ghana

Bernard Forjwuor

authorities must legitimately affirm. The call to this new commitment to statesmanship, then, reinforces what Roger Louis and Ronald Robinson described as ‘a tribute to the steadfastness of the British belief that nationalism would accomplish the purpose of

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Wiping away the Tears of the Ocean

Ukusulaizinyembezizolwandle

Mogobe Ramose

peoples, became a oneness with Zanzibar. When this happened, ‘ga’ of the Tanga was dropped, symbolising the limits of nationalism. Also, ‘nyika’, the sovereign land title to territory, was dropped to underline the delusion of the sacrosanctity of