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Land, Nation and Tourist

Moral Reckoning in Post-GFC Iceland

Mary Hawkins and Helena Onnudottir

specific essence, they are a specific ‘breed’, ‘descended from the noblest of Norwegian social classes, sharpened by hardship’ ( Loftsdottir 2010: 2 ). Icelandic nationalism narrates history teleologically, as a story of progress towards a single goal, from

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Populism

The Timeline of a Concept

Juan Francisco Fuentes

the Cold War's system of references—geopolitical divisions, political dualities, ideological certainties—created a new opportunity for populism and nationalism to play a major political role in the new historical scenario. The recession that started in

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Drawing Stereotypes

Europe and East Asia in Russian Political Caricature, 1900–1905

Zachary Hoffman

the limits of Novoe vremia' s loyalty to the government during the Russo-Japanese War and Revolution of 1905, see Zachary Hoffman, “Subversive Patriotism: Aleksei Suvorin, Novoe Vremia , and Right-Wing Nationalism during the Russo-Japanese War,” Ab

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Lauren Marx

African nationalism with a comparative analysis to that of the current political leadership in South Africa today. The question of education, land and race has been omnipresent in the South African narrative and therefore this research is important in

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Liberation Autochthony

Namibian Veteran Politics and African Citizenship Claims

Lalli Metsola

citizenship. I will argue Namibian ex-combatant and veteran politics exemplify a particular kind of exclusionary nationalism that is comparable with autochthonous and ethnonationalist politics of citizenship that tend to operate through “cultural” designators

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Hillel Cohen

for holiness, and this has been an important influence on both national societies and the relations between them. Regarding the connection between Palestinian nationalism and Jerusalem, I argue—following Rashid Khalidi (1997) and Haim Gerber (2008

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Bernhard Forchtner and Christoffer Kølvraa

This article inquires into how contemporary populist radical right parties relate to environmental issues of countryside and climate protection, by analyzing relevant discourses of the British National Party (BNP) and the Danish People's Party (DPP). It does so by looking at party materials along three dimensions: the aesthetic, the symbolic, and the material. The article discusses to what extent the parties' political stances on environmental issues are conditioned by deeper structures of nationalist ideology and the understandings of nature embedded therein. It illustrates a fundamental difference between the way nationalist actors engage in, on the one hand, the protection of nature as national countryside and landscape, epitomizing the nation's beauty, harmony and purity over which the people are sovereign. On the other hand, they deny or cast doubt on environmental risks located at a transnational level, such as those that relate to climate. The article argues that this apparent inconsistency is rooted in the ideological tenets of nationalism as the transnational undermines the nationalist ideal of sovereignty.

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Staging Sassoun

Memory and Music Video in Post-Soviet Armenia

Rik Adriaans

its border with Georgia. 1 I had come to Armenia as an anthropologist studying the relations between music, nationalism, and memory, and during the interview with Tadevosyan, I was struck by the fact that he kept referring to his folkloristic music

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The Art of Doubting

A Jewish Perspective

Danny Rich

economic nationalism, though only one of them seeks to hide that nationalism with liberal rhetoric. In either case, if you were one of the chattering middle classes with an interest in politics, you might conclude that the world has changed around you. I am

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Not Soft Power, But Speaking Softly

‘Everyday Diplomacy’ in Field Relations during the Russia-Ukraine Conflict

Jeremy Morris

post-socialist epoch: state and inter-state violence as a substitute for politics; abrupt social change, impoverishment and upheaval; the division of common spaces by ethno-nationalism. However, this article argues that the political event can both