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The modern world is made up of nation states but this was not always so. Nationalism is now extremely topical and the subject of heated debate. The transition from a diverse social and political world into such national units has led historians, sociologists and anthropologists to investigate the causes of the rise of nationalism; the characteristics of the nation itself; and whether nations can survive without states. Asian Nationalism brings together internationally renowned experts in the field analysing current theories of nationalism. Featuring detailed chapter case-studies on a number of Asian countries - China, Japan, Taiwan, India, Indonesia and the Philippines, this book provides a good balance of theoretical and empirical material. This book features completely up-to-date analysis written by high profile contributors, and will be invaluable for upper-level undergraduates and researchers in Asian Studies and Politics. Professor Anthony Smith, London School of Economics Michael Yahuda, London School of Economics Dr Soloman Karmel, London School of Economics Dr Christopher Hughes, London S
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