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Neo-nationalism is a form of nationalism that is unique in the sense that it reacts to the process of globalization and more specifically the globalization of capital. Neo-nationalism primarily elaborates upon the world-systems theory, by using the core-periphery model.[1][2][3][4][5]


  1. ^ Friedman, Jonathan: Globalization, the State and Violence
  2. ^ Banks; Gingrich, Neo-nationalism in Europe and Beyond. Retrieved from: [1]
  3. ^ Jessop, B. 2002. The Future of the Capitalist State. Cambridge: Polity Press.
  4. ^ Smith, A. 1995. Nations and Nationalism in a Global Era. Cambridge: Polity Press.
  5. ^ Kalb, D. 2009a. Conversations with a Polish Populist: Tracing Hidden Histories of Globalization, Class, and Dispossession in Post-Socialism (and Beyond), American Ethnologist 36(2):207-23.

External links

  • Neo-Nationalism Five Years Later, a seminar in which Professor Gingrich (University of Vienna) examines a return to "indigineity" in Central Europe.

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