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Nation-building.

Karl Wolfgang Deutsch

Nation-building.

by Karl Wolfgang Deutsch

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Published by Aldine-Atherton in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Newly independent states,
  • Nationalism

  • Edition Notes

    StatementEdited by Karl W. Deutsch and William J. Foltz
    ContributionsFoltz, William J, American Political Science Association
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxix, 171 p.
    Number of Pages171
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14975743M

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    Other nation-building efforts, however, have a checkered history--with some successes and many failures. Two recent reports have examined previous U.S. nation-building efforts in hopes of shedding light on what can be accomplished in Iraq. One is a book titled America's Role in Nation-Building: From Germany to Iraq. It was published in by. Religion, violence, and ethnicity are all intertwined in the history of Pakistan. The entrenchment of landed interests, operationalized through violence, ethnic identity, and power through successive regimes has created a system of ‘authoritarian clientalism.’ This book offers comparative, historicist, and multidisciplinary views on the role of identity politics in the development of Pakistan.

    The book addresses questions such as: how should historians treat the earlier pasts of each country and the nationalism that guided the nation-building tasks? Where did political culture come in, especially when dealing with modern challenges of class, secularism and ethnicity? What part do external or regional pressures play when the nations Cited by:   A new and comprehensive look at the reasons behind successful or failed nation building. Nation Building presents bold new answers to an age-old question. Why is national integration achieved in some diverse countries, while others are destabilized by political inequality between ethnic groups, contentious politics, or even separatism and ethnic war?Brand: Princeton University Press.


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book interchangeably. However, state-building generally refers to the construction of state institutions for a functioning state, while nation-building the construction of a national identity, also for a functioning state. Critics of nation-building point out that outsiders can never build nations, if that means Nation-building.

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The well known conservative theorist, Francis Fukuyama, has pulled together a well integrated set of essays in nation-building, featuring detailed analyses of Iraq and Afghanistan. One positive aspect of this volume is the outstanding quality of contributors, including such well-known experts as Larry Diamond, James Dobbins, and Marvin Weinbaum /5.

With this book, Wimmer’s impressive corpus merits inclusion in the canon of great works in historical sociology."—David D. Laitin, Stanford University "Nation Building is an exemplary piece of social science research.

With diverse empirical methods, both quantitative and qualitative, Wimmer mounts an immensely ambitious effort to unscramble. Nation-Building / Carl J. Friedrich The Interlocking of Nation and Personality Structure / Hermann Weilenmann Nation-Building in America: The Colonial Years / Richard L.

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Nation-Building. By Richard Brookhiser. Oct. 29, ; On Sept. 17,the convention that had been sitting in. This book is a collection of articles in which authors present diverse viewpoints on the justification of nation-building and on the success of nation-building in Iraq and Afghanistan with their dissimilar ethnic populations and cultures.

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Nation-building aims at the unification of the people within the state so that it remains politically stable and viable in the long run. According to Harris Mylonas, "Legitimate authority in modern national states is connected to popular rule, to majorities. Nation-building is. In his book To Build as Well as Destroy: American Nation-building in South Vietnam, Andrew J.

Gawthorpe assesses America’s largest and most futile attempt to help a foreign nation develop the political, economic, and military institutions and practices necessary for its survival.

Gawthorpe’s analysis traces U.S. nation-building efforts from. A new and comprehensive look at the reasons behind successful or failed nation building.

Nation Building presents bold new answers to an age-old question. Why is national integration achieved in some diverse countries, while others are destabilized by political inequality between ethnic groups, contentious politics, or even separatism and ethnic war. Utz, Nations, Nation-Building, and Cultural Intervention symbolic institutions as factors for a successful nation-building proc-ess.3 The third part of this paper will take a look at nation-building as cultural intervention.

Although it could be said that when seen from the perspective of a pre-national body politic, any nation-building process.

Nation-building must succeed in the 21st century / Peter Beinart -- Nation building does not need to succeed in the 21st century / Ivan Eland -- Small projects contribute to nation-building / Jason M.

Brownlee -- Ethnic diversity prohibits nation-building / Matthew Riemer -- Nation-building is the only hope for failed states / Jeffrey H. Fargo Pages: Book Description: In this ambitious and innovative study Gregg Brazinsky examines American nation building in South Korea during the Cold War.

Marshaling a vast array of new American and Korean sources, he explains why South Korea was one of the few postcolonial nations that achieved rapid economic development and democratization by the end of the twentieth century.

But nation-building goes further and involves a shared sense of national identity, built on elements that tie people together — such as shared culture, language, and history — that cannot be imposed from without.

Fukuyama provided an overview in which he said large, diverse nations have a harder row to hoe in creating national identities.