Katalin Miklossy, Manouvres of National Interest-Internationalism and nationalism in the emerging Kadarist criticism of Romania,1968-1972 Cover Image
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Katalin Miklossy, Manouvres of National Interest-Internationalism and nationalism in the emerging Kadarist criticism of Romania,1968-1972
Katalin Miklossy, Manouvres of National Interest-Internationalism and nationalism in the emerging Kadarist criticism of Romania,1968-1972

Author(s): Elena Dragomir
Subject(s): History
Published by: Editura Cetatea de Scaun
Keywords: National interests; nationalism; communism; interblock relations

Summary/Abstract: REVIEW: Katalin Miklossy is a researcher at the University of Helsinki since 1998. Her field of research is the contemporary political history of East-Central Europe. Conceived as a doctoral thesis, her work is a confessed analysis of the phenomenon called by the 1990s media ‘the new nationalism’, a typical phenomenon for the post communist countries. Nationalism and the ‘present ethnic conflict’, Katalin Miklossy acknowledges, cannot be understood without the identification of the roots of this phenomenon, which, in her opinion, appeared in the middle of the socialist era on the basis laid by Romanian and Hungarian political leaders. The book is also an attempt to describe and analyze the impact of the Hungarians’ anti-Romanian attitude on the bilateral relations.

  • Issue Year: 2005
  • Issue No: 3-4
  • Page Range: 81-83
  • Page Count: 3
  • Language: English