Nationalism and internationalism: European and American perspectives
This volume treats most of the fundamental issues facing the United States and the world following World War II, such as nationalism and imperialism; the nationalities policy of the Soviet Union; punitive war reconsidered; international organization; human rights; practical uses of political theory.
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National Self Determination Reconsidered
The Question of Russian Objectives
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