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Roberto Farneti

Vincent’s book Nationalism and Particularity ( 2002: 4 ), where he points out that “the communal and tribal fragmentations of, for example, the Balkans, Northern Ireland, Indonesia and Rwanda are not preferable forms of social existence. They are rather

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Tuuli Lähdesmäki, Sigrid Kaasik-Krogerus, and Katja Mäkinen

the EC discourse treats heritage in post-conflict regions such as the Balkans as an arena for reconciliation, the implementation of the EC policies and initiatives that aim to use heritage for reconciliation has faced various challenges. For instance

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Eugenia Gay, Philipp Nielsen, Emanuel Richter, and Gregor Feindt

. Turnaoğlu proceeds to tease them out in chapters 4 and 5 under the Young Turks up to and after the 1908 Revolution (emphasizing the liberal strand, influenced by French positivism), in chapters 6 and 7 during the Balkan Wars and World War I (where she sees a

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L’ordre et le bonheur

Langues, nations, et territoires dans la réorganisation de l’Europe après la Première guerre mondiale

Sébastien Moret

’Orléans, 2000), 54. 76 Georges S[iméon], “Le sens de l’union sacrée,” Revue de métaphysique et de morale 24 (1917): 229–230. 77 Voir Victor A. Friedman, Linguistic Emblems and Emblematic Languages: On Language as Flag in the Balkans (Columbus: The Ohio State

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Carl Strikwerda

war had already broken out in people’s minds.” 9 In reality, strong forces pushed Europe simultaneously in different directions: some toward conflict and others toward cooperation. There were diplomatic crises over Morocco and the Balkans, increasing

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Ottoman Conceptual History

Challenges and Prospects

Alp Eren Topal and Einar Wigen

debate after the fall of Hamidian absolutism and the initiation of the Second Constitutional Era in 1908 is again arguably a second instance of rupture. Within the following decade, the empire went through several major crises (most notably, the Balkan

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Tuğçe Kayaal

. 25 Many children coming from different ethnoreligious backgrounds ended up as “war orphans.” The moral panic focused primarily on Turkish-Muslim orphans of the Balkan Wars and Armenian-Christian orphans of the Armenian Genocide. The main reason

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The Timeline of a Concept

Juan Francisco Fuentes

, often linked to xenophobia and populism. After the euphoria of 1989, a depressing anticlimax came marked by the Balkan conflict and the proliferation of powerful populist and nationalist forces in Eastern Europe. As early as 1990, the French writer Alain