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In this final contribution to the majority nationalism series, Nataliia Kasianenko of Fresno State University reflects on the recent elections in Ukraine, analyzing the discourse of the campaign.    In the second round of the 2019 presidential campaign, the novice politician and actor, business pers... Read more
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In their contribution to our majority nationalism series, Antoine Bilodeau of Concordia University and Luc Turgeon of the University of Ottawa share the result of their survey which compares the way in which Quebecers and Canadians construct community boundaries. While the production and reproductio... Read more
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In her contribution to our majority nationalism series, Geneviève Nootens of the Université du Québec explores recent arguments over a draft legislation on secularism, introduced in Québec. One can hardly explain nationalism without understanding how symbols of categorical distinctiveness become mob... Read more
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The Scottish Centre on European Relations (SCER) has today issued a major new report on "The Future of Europe: Disruption, Continuity and Change". CCC Director Prof. Michael Keating contributed a chapter on Scotland's future prospects in Europe.  He warns that whatever the future relationship with t... Read more
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In his contribution to the majority nationalism blog series, Alexandre Pelletier of Cornell University reflects on the twin faces of majority nationalism in Myanmar. Peace with ethnic minorities is a key priority for the future of Myanmar’s democracy. After sixty years of ethnic civil war, the state... Read more
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In February 2019, the CCC hosted an international workshop on majority nationalism in plurinational states. Over two days, participants presented their findings from a diverse range of countries. Over the coming weeks, we will share a series of blogs with these findings. In a theoretical contributio... Read more
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In February 2019, the CCC hosted an international workshop on majority nationalism in plurinational states. Over two days, participants presented their findings from a diverse range of countries. Over the coming weeks, we will share a series of blogs with these findings. In this installment, Dr Nita... Read more
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In February 2019, the CCC hosted an international workshop on majority nationalism in plurinational states. Over two days, participants presented their findings from a diverse range of countries. Over the coming weeks, we will share a series of blogs with these findings. Today, Jean-François Dupré e... Read more
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David McCrone is Emeritus Professor of Sociology, University of Edinburgh and co-founder of the University's  Institute of Governance in 1999.  He has written extensively on the sociology and politics of Scotland, and the comparative study of nationalism.   Here, in a major new study,  he discusses... Read more
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Is liberalism really compatible with nationalism? Are there limits to linguistic nation-building policies? What arguments justify the imposition of national languages? This book addresses these questions by examining the linguistic disputes in Catalonia and Flanders, two major cases of sub-state nat... Read more
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