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The supersession of Nationalism?

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Nationalism may be "superseded" by depoliticising the nation or by replacing national cultures with "imperial" cosmopolitanism(s). The evidence to date suggests neither is a real possibility. Against any memoryless global culture, recent "geo-cultural" trends point to the proliferation of nationalisms. The underlying reasons are to be found in the uneven incidence of potent "ethno-histories", the role of new classes generated by capitalism, and the protest against bureaucracy and regional state systems, which together are likely to ensure the perpetuation of nations and nationalism.


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