Under The Shadow Of Nationalism

Author: Mariko Tamanoi
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
ISBN: 9780824820046
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It combines the author's long-term field research with a painstaking examination of the documents behind these discourses produced at various levels of society, from the national (government records, social reformers' reports, ethnographic ...

British Military Intervention And The Struggle For Jordan

Author: Stephen Blackwell
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135765677
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... wrecked by the outcome of the Suez crisis in November 1956. The culmination
of the Suez episode exposed the irreconcilable contradictions in Anglo-
Jordanian relations. The Eisenhower Administration and British Policy in the
Middle East in Early 1956 After the mob attacks on the US Point Four Office in
Aqaba and the Quaker-run mission in Jerash during the riots of January Amman
Under the Shadow of Nasser: Jordanian Nationalism and the Suez Crisis, April—
November 1956.

Cultural Nationalism In Contemporary China

Author: Yingjie Guo
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134352271
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the process of political development a national identity crisis occurs when a
community finds that what it had once unquestionably accepted as the physical
and psychological definitions of its collective self are no longer acceptable under
... 4 Song Qiangetal., Zhongguo keyi shuobu [ChinaCan SayNo], Beijing:
Zhonghua gongshang lianhechubanshe, 1996;Fang Ning etal., Quanqiuhua
yinying xiade Zhongguo zhi lu [China's kexue Road under the Shadow of
Globalization], Beijing: ...

Nationalism In Ireland

Author: D. George Boyce
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134797419
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... wealth, control of parliamentary institutions, patronage, marriage alliances,
military strength, and, crowning all this, their ability to dominate the Irish council.
67 Gaelic lords, under the shadow of this great dynasty, paid dues, mainly in kind
, for Kildare 'protection'. And so tenacious was the Kildare grip on Irish politics
that when the great earl died in 1513 his son, Garret Og (Young Gerald)
succeeded him to the deputyship of Ireland as naturally as he succeeded to his
father's earldom.

Nationalism

Author: Rabindranath Tagore
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 935118255X
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This process, aided by the wonderful progress in science, is assuming gigantic
proportion and power, causing the upset of man's moral balance, obscuring his
human side under the shadow of soulless organisation. We have felt its iron grip
at the root of our life, and for the sake of humanity we must stand up and give
warning to all, that this nationalism is a cruel epidemic of evil that is sweeping
over the human world of the present age and eating into its moral vitality. I have a
deep love ...

Maccormick S Scotland

Author: Neil Walker
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 0748649301
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36 And the friendship of Neil's father with Andrew Dewar Gibb, prominent legal
and political nationalist, for whom see L Farmer, “Under the shadow over
Parliament House: the strange case of legal nationalism”, in L Farmer and S
Veitch (eds), The State of Scots Law (2001) 151-164; H MacQueen, “'A picture of
what will be some day the law of the civilised nations': comparative law and the
destiny of Scots law”, in Towards Europeanization of Private Law: Essays in
Honour of Professor ...

Ethnicity Nationalism And Conflict In And After The Soviet Union

Author: Valery Tishkov
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 9780761951858
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Under the shadow of ideological holism, it is also difficult to consider 'natural
things' in the play of human relations, like morality and behavioral patterns
among members of political clubs, when major things in a state may happen due
to personal drive to crush political opponents or under the liberating influence of
alcoholic inebriation. This politicized vision, when words like 'Russia' and '
Russians' re-acquire dehumanized images, excludes from consideration such
fundamental ...

Sport And Nationalism In China

Author: Zhouxiang Lu
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317932560
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... nationalism, it was the Second SinoJapanese War that led the Chinese nation
to the verge of collapse. During the War, five provinces were fully occupied by the
Japanese. A further sixteen provinces were partly occupied and part of Guizhou
province was temporarily occupied. The central government in Nanjing was
forced to move to Chongqing in southwest China. The most populated and
developed regions in southern, eastern and northern China were under the
shadow of the ...

Liberal Nationalism For Israel

Author: Joseph Agassi
Publisher: Gefen Publishing House Ltd
ISBN: 9789652291905
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Chapter 10 "Faith, ISTationality, And State This book was written under the
shadow of depression and despair that is spreading in Israel, whose situation
seems to many of its inhabitants to be deteriorating. This deterioration is both
internal and external; it and its causes will be discussed later. Here it will be
noted briefly that, internally, the conceptual confusion accepted by the broad
public in Israel and the lack of courage to clarify existing positions here, is
causing its independence to ...

The Deluge

Author: Adam Tooze
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 0241006112
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... the government scored a crushing electoral victory. Lloyd George and his Tory
coalition partners virtually eliminated the rump of the Liberal Party led by former
Prime Minister Herbert Asquith. Of 300 Labour candidates only 57 entered the
House of Commons. Ironically, rather than being celebrated as a triumph of
democratic reform, the first election under Britain's new comprehensive franchise
became notorious as a triumph of jingoist nationalism. Under the shadow cast by
Wilson, ...