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BECOMING EUROPEANS IN CENTRAL EASTERN EUROPE NATIONAL IDENTITY CONSTRUCTION AFTER 2004

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Wydawnictwo: WDiNP UW
ISBN: 978-83-63183-74-5
Liczba stron: 156
Oprawa: Miękka
Wydanie: 2014 r.
Język: polski

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One might have noticed that all the contributions in this book deal with
the attempts of former post-communist states to find the appropriate
way to reconcile the nation-state building with Europe after achieving
the EU membership in 2004. "Europe" has always been part of the cultural-
political considerations (constructions) related to the state‘s and
nation‘s development. Most Central Eastern European countries analysed
here in the book were characterized by some degree of backwardness,
lack of democratization, delay of modernity, need for the Other,
and inherited problems of national minorities. The actual membership
in the EU and NATO did not automatically provide the solutions for
problems of nation-building and consolidation. However, it provided
good impulses for reconsidering the old issues in the new light. The
most important lesson that could be drawn from these contributions is
that European identity of the analysed countries and nations continues
to play the major driving role for pro-European direction; however,
Europe is usually seen not as the final and reached destination, but as
the next step towards (a tool for) reconsidering national interests.

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Andrea Griffante
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