Nationalities Papers-The Journal of Nationalism and Ethnicity

(The median citation count of Nationalities Papers-The Journal of Nationalism and Ethnicity is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
Global Nationalism in Times of the COVID-19 Pandemic145
Victims of the Pandemic? European Far-Right Parties and COVID-1963
The Ultimate Challenge: Nationalism and Climate Change54
Everyday Nationalism in Unsettled Times: In Search of Normality during Pandemic29
Pandemic Nationalism16
The Macedonian “Name” Dispute: The Macedonian Question—Resolved?15
Politics of Memory and Nationalism14
Food and Nationalism: Gastronationalism Revisited12
Rethinking Civilizational Identity from the Bottom Up: A Case Study of Russia and a Research Agenda12
Mainstream Russian Nationalism and the “State-Civilization” Identity: Perspectives from Below10
A Nonaligned Business World: The Global Socialist Enterprise between Self-Management and Transnational Capitalism9
Nonterritorial Autonomy and Minority (Dis)Empowerment: Past, Present, and Future8
Everyday Nationalism and Authoritarian Rule: A Case Study of North Korea8
The 2020 Presidential Election in Belarus: Erosion of Authoritarian Stability and Re-politicization of Society8
Citizenship, National Identity, and Nation-Building in Azerbaijan: Between the Legacy of the Past and the Spirit of Independence8
Guest Editor’s Introduction: “Everyday Nationalism in World Politics: Agents, Contexts, and Scale”8
The Politics of a National Identity Survey: Polishness, Whiteness, and Racial Exclusion8
A New Wave of Research on Civilizational Politics8
Regional 1932–1933 Famine Losses: A Comparative Analysis of Ukraine and Russia7
Nationalism and Economy7
How Exclusionary Nationalism Has Made the World Socially Sicker from COVID-197
Migrant Rights, Agency, and Vulnerability: Navigating Contradictions in the Eurasian Region7
Building the Nation, Legitimizing the State: Russia—My History and Memory of the Russian Revolutions in Contemporary Russia7
Trustees Instead of Elected Mayors: Authoritarian Neoliberalism and the Removal of Kurdish Mayors in Turkey6
Nationalism and Sport: A Review of the Field6
Kin-State Politics: Causes and Consequences6
United by History: Government Appropriation of Everyday Nationalism During Vladimir Putin’s Third Term6
Imagined Communities and Imaginary Plots: Nationalisms, Conspiracies, and Pandemics in the Longue Durée6
National Identity for Breakfast: Food Consumption and the Everyday Construction of National Narratives in Estonia6
Varieties of Nationalism in the Age of Covid-196
Forced Displacement from Ukraine’s War-Torn Territories: Intersectionality and Power Geometry6
Nation Branding in the Post-Communist World: Assessing the Field of Critical Research6
Challenges of Pandemic-Related Border Closures for Everyday Lives of Poles and Czechs in the Divided Town of Cieszyn/Český Těšín: Integrated Functional Space or Reemergence of Animosities?6
“Nonaligned Citizens”: Ethnic Power-Sharing and Nonethnic Identities in Bosnia Herzegovina. The Case of Sarajevo5
Nationalism and Religion in Comparative Perspective: A New Typology of National-Religious Configurations5
Occasional Nationalists: The National Ideology of Ultras5
Racism and Nationalism5
The Significance of the Declaration of Ethnic Minority Status for Irish Travellers5
Democratic and Autocratic Nation Building5
Presidential Rhetoric and Nationalism: Evidence from Russia and Ukraine5
Between Independence and Autonomy: The Changing Landscape of Ethno-nationalist Movements in Pakistan4
Analysis of the Thematic Structure and Discursive Framing in Articles about Trianon and the Holocaust in the Online Hungarian Press Using LDA Topic Modelling4
Russkii as the New Rossiiskii? Nation-Building in Russia After 19914
The Flight of Serbs from Sarajevo: Not the Dayton Agreement’s First Failure, but its First Logical Consequence4
An Estonian-Russian Language Club as a Venue for Grassroots Ethnic Integration4
Ethnicity and Estate: The Galician Jacquerie and the Rwandan Genocide Compared4
Who Wishes to Return? Ties to Home Country among the Romanian Migrants4
The Yugoslav National Idea Under Socialism: What Happens When a Soft Nation-Building Project Is Abandoned?4
“Why Did It Take So Long?” Exploring Greek Public Opinion as an Obstacle to the Settlement of the Macedonia Name Dispute4
New Wild Fields: How the Russian War Leads to the Demodernization of Ukraine’s Occupied Territories4
Krym. Rossiya…Navsegda? Critical Junctures, Critical Antecedents, and the Paths Not Taken in the Making of Crimea’s Annexation4
The Political Participation of Alevis: A Comparative Analysis of the Turkish Alevi Opening and the German Islam Conference4
The Migrant Other: Exclusion without Nationalism?4
Polish Ethnic Minority in Belarus and Lithuania: Politics, Institutions, and Identities3
Everyday Nationalism and Making Identity Count3
The Talking Dead: Everyday Muslim Practice in Russia3
Anti-Immigration Attitudes in Contemporary Polish Society: A Story of Double Standards?3
Protests in Postwar Societies: Grievances and Contentious Collective Action in Kosovo3
“Living Statues” and Nonuments as “Performative Monument Events” in Post-Socialist South-Eastern Europe3
Primordialism for Scholars Who Ought to Know Better: Anthony D. Smith’s Critique of Modernization Theory3
War, Identity Politics, and Attitudes toward a Linguistic Minority: Prejudice against Russian-Speaking Ukrainians in Ukraine between 1995 and 20183
The Curse of Displacement: Local Narratives of Forced Expulsion and the Appropriation of Abandoned Property in Abkhazia3
Wartime Civilian Mobilization: Demographic Profile, Motivations, and Pathways to Volunteer Engagement Amidst the Donbas War in Ukraine3
Enhancing the Robustness of Causal Claims Based on Case Study Research on Conflict Zones: Observations from Fieldwork in Donbas3
Marching the Victorious March: Populism and Memory Appropriation of the Yugoslav Partisans in Today’s Serbia3
Microfoundations of Threat and Security Perceptions in Ethnically Diverse States: Lessons from Russia’s “Near Abroad”3
Third Rome or Potemkin village: Analyzing the Extent of Russia’s Power in Serbia, 2012–20193
A Foundation for Russia? Memories of World War II for Young Russians3
Determinants of Individual Support for Independence: Evidence from Montenegro3
Russian Strategic Narratives on R2P in the ‘Near Abroad’3
When the “People” Leave: On the Limits of Nationalist (Bio)Politics in Postwar Bosnia-Herzegovina3
Renaming and Reclaiming Urban Spaces in Ukraine: The Perspective of Internally Displaced People2
The 1921–1923 Famine and the Holodomor of 1932–1933 in Ukraine: Common and Distinctive Features2
The Remigration of Afghan Immigrants from Russia2
Thirty Years of Nation-Building in the Post-Soviet States2
Does Origin Matter? Ethnic Group Position and Attitudes Toward Immigrants: The Case of Russia2
Territorial and Non-territorial Aspects in the Autonomist Proposals of the Sudeten German Party, 1937–382
“Poles of the World Unite”: The Transnational History of the 1929 World Congress of Poles Abroad in the Context of Interwar Soviet–Polish Rivalries2
Europe’s Secessionist Movements and Covid-192
Women’s Internationalism and Yugoslav-Indian Connections: From the Non-Aligned Movement to the UN Decade for Women2
“Why Don’t You Go to the Mosque?” Epistemic Deference and Everyday Religious Practices in Hui Muslim Communities2
Azeris and Muslim Ajarians in Georgia: The Swing between Tolerance and Alienation2
The Role of Museums in Creating National Community in Wartime Ukraine2
Staging Death: Christofascist Necropolitics during the National Legionary State in Romania, 1940–19412
Basic Law: Israel as the Nation State of the Jewish People2
Defining American National Identity: An Exploration into Measurement and Its Outcomes2
Sacred Language in the Borderlands: Discussions on the Language of Belarusian Catholicism2
Navigating Ethnicity: Collective Identities and Movement Framing in Deeply Divided Societies2
Africa and Ethnic Politics2
Regional Fracture and Its Intractability in World Politics: The Case of the Late Ottoman Empire2
Missionary Influence and Nationalist Reactions: The Case of Armenian Ottomans2
Legitimizing the Separatist Cause: Nation-building in the Eurasiande factoStates2
Left Behind? Russia’s Entry Bars and Gender Relations in Tajikistan2
Patron-Client Relations in the Post-Soviet Area in the 21st Century—The Case Study of Armenia and the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic2
From Nationalism to National Indifference: Binary Logic and Sense of Time2
Community Response to Rebordering Politics: The Case of Two Twin Towns in Central Europe2
Historians as Activists: History Writing in Times of War. The Case of Ukraine in 2014–20182
The Don and Kuban Regions During Famine: The Authorities, the Cossacks, and the Church in 1921–1922 and 1932–19332
Flexible Nation: The Turkish Nation under the Justice and Development Party’s Rule2
“A Tale of Two Croatias”: How Club Football (Soccer) Teams Produce Radical Regional Divides in Croatia’s National Identity2
“Goodbye Moscow, Hello Brussels”: The City Diplomacy of Chișinău Mayor Dorin Chirtoacă2
A Nation’s Holy Land: Kazakhstan’s Large-Scale National Project to Map Its Sacred Geography2
Kymlicka’s Alignment of Mill and Engels: Nationality, Civilization, and Coercive Assimilation2
Political Imagery and the Russia-Germany-America Triangle2
Conceptualizing and Operationalizing Identity, Race, Ethnicity, and Nationality by Law: An Introduction2
Socialist in Form, “National” in Content? Art and Ideology in Soviet Tajikistan2
Civic Dominion: Nation-Building in Post-Soviet Azerbaijan over 25 Years of Independence2
Nationhood as Practice and the Modernity of Nations: A Conceptual Proposal1
Soviet Ghosts: The Former Theater of the Soviet Army in Lviv and Post-Socialism as a Crisis of Infrastructure1
Euromaidan Abroad: The Social Movement Motivations of Young Ukrainian Immigrants1
A Contest for Priority: Nineteenth-Century Place-Name Etymologies of Transylvania at Large1
Hyphenated Identities: Voices from the Watchtower During the Cypriot Civil War1
The Debate about Soviet Genocide in Lithuania in the Case Law of The European Court of Human Rights1
The Dynamics of Mass Mobilization in Belarus1
The Democratic Conference and the Pre-Parliament in Russia, 1917: Class, Nationality, and the Building of a Postimperial Community1
Kurdistan on the Sèvres Centenary: How a Distinct People Became the World’s Largest Stateless Nation1
Ethnicity or Religion? A Theory of Identity Choice with Evidence from the Russian North Caucasus1
Nonelectoral Participation in Deeply Divided Societies: Transforming Consociations from the Ground Up?1
Between the Market and Solidarity: Commercializing Development Aid and International Higher Education in Socialist Yugoslavia1
Nationalities without Nationalism? The Cultural Consequences of Metternich’s Nationality Policy1
“Is This Not Just Nationalism?” Disentangling the Threads of Folk Costumes in the History of Central and Eastern Europe1
Neglect, Marginalization, and Abuse: Hate Crime Legislation and Practice in the Labyrinth of Identity Politics, Minority Protection, and Penal Populism1
Beyond Ideology: Reassessing the Threat of Belarusian Opposition in Interwar Poland1
Monthly Distribution of 1933 Famine Losses in Soviet Ukraine and the Russian Soviet Republic at the Regional Level1
The Failure of “Yugoslavia’s Last Chance”: Ante Marković and his Reformists in the 1990 Elections1
An Ethnic Security Dilemma in Bosnia-Herzegovina: Civic Pride and Civics Education1
Ethnicity and Social Exclusion1
Securitizing Borders: The Case of South Tyrol1
The Repertoires of Religious Nationalism: The Case of İsmet Özel1
Segmental Volatility in Ethnically Divided Societies: (Re)assessing Party System Stability in Southeast Europe1
Is Russia Fascist?: A Response to Yoshiko Herrera, Mitchell Orenstein, and Anton Shekhovtsov1
Turkey’s “Apology” and Image Repair on the Centennial of the Armenian Genocide1
Comparative Ethnic Territorially Based Autonomy in Tatarstan, Bashkortostan, and Yakutia of Russia: An Analytical Framework1
Inventing a Prosthetic Bourgeoisie: Romania and the Aromanians, 1848–19061
In Search of the Lands of Rus’: The Idea of Ukraine in the Imagination of the Little Russian Movement (1917–1919)1
Why African Americans Do Not Rebel? How Hierarchic Integration Prevents Rebellion1
The Holocaust Museum of Greece, Thessaloniki: In Whose Memory?1
Climate Change: Bad News for Populism? How theRassemblement NationalUsed COVID-19 to Promote Its Environmental Agenda1
“This Battle Started Long Before Our Days …” The Historical and Political Context of the Russo-Turkish War in Russian Popular Publications, 1877–781
Between Nationalism, Exoticism, and Social Distinction: The Spanish Lyric Drama in the 19th Century1
A Struggle over Recognition and Nonrecognition: The Internationalization of the Abkhaz State University1
Nonterritorial Autonomy in Northern Eurasia: Rooted or Alien?1
“F*** tha police!” à la Russe: Rancière and the Metamodernist Turn in Contemporary Russian Music1
Moldova’s First Quarter Century: Flawed Transition and Failed Democracy1
Quo Vadis, Aida?, directed by Jasmila Žbanić, Deblokada film, 2020. 1 hr 41 mins.1
Babi Yar and the Nazi Genocide of Roma: Memory Narratives and Memory Practices in Ukraine1
“Fraternal” Other: Negotiating Ethnic and Religious Identities at a Muslim Sacred Site in Northern Cyprus1
Accommodating National Diversity Within States: Territorial and Non-Territorial Approaches Since the Late 19th Century1
Introduction to the Special Issue on the Soviet Famines of 1930–19331
Nationalism and Media1
Defining the Borderlands: Sino-Soviet Border Talks and the Nationalities Issue (1987–1991)1
The Russian Minorities in the Former Soviet Republics: Secession, Integration, and the Homeland, by Anna Batta, Routledge, 2022, 234 pp., $128 (hardback), ISBN 9781032070957.1
Reassembling Society in a Nation-State: History, Language, and Identity Discourses of Belarus1
Revisiting Pan-Slavism in the Contemporary Perspective1
Managing Ethno-National Diversity in Cyprus: Asymmetrical Federalism1
Creating the Unbound Yugoslav Nation: The Kingdom of Yugoslavia and Emigrants from the “Unredeemed” Julian March1
Power, People, and the Political: Understanding the Many Crises in Belarus1
The Logic of Violence in the Polish-Lithuanian Conflict, 1920–19231
What Have We Learned about Ethnonational Identities in Ukraine?1
Imperial Loyalties: Pluralism of Belonging, Territories, and Spaces in the 19th Century1
Can We Learn from Yugoslavia?1
The Estonian Swedish National Minority and the Estonian Cultural Autonomy Law of 19251
The Local Dynamics of Nation Building: Identity Politics and Constructions of the Russian Nation in Kazan and Ekaterinburg1
Homelands and Nationalism1
Florian Znaniecki’s Culturalistic Sociology of Nation1
Placing the 2020 Belarusian Protests in Historical Context: Political Attitudes and Participation during Lukashenko’s Presidency1
Explaining Putin’s Staying Power: The Yeltsin Era as Legitimizing Bogeyman1
Frankfurt am Meer: The “Illiberal” Liberalism of the German Confederation and Its Aspirations over the Habsburg Adriatic in 18481
Anti-Authoritarian Learning: Prospects for Democratization in Belarus Based on a Study of Polish Solidarity1
Subversive Celebrations: Holidays as Sites of Minority Identity Contestation in Repressive Regimes1
“The Fate of the Nation”: Population Politics in a Changing Soviet Union (1964–1991)1
Arsenal of the Global South: Yugoslavia’s Military Aid to Nonaligned Countries and Liberation Movements1
Jewishness without Jews? Ontological Security, Ethnonationalism, and the Social Power of Analogical Reasoning in Postcolonial Nigeria1
The Relationship between Perceived Security Threats and Negative Descriptions of Armenians in Turkish Politics (1946–1960)1
Constructing the Collective Trauma of “The Hard 1990s” as a Disregarded Tool of Legitimation for Putin’s Authority1
Origins, Relevance and Prospects of Federalism and Decentralization in the Horn of Africa1
Regional Ambassadors or State Agents? Assessing the Role of Catalan Cabinet Ministers in Spain1
Praying Instead of Protesting? The Belarusian Churches and Political Protest After the 2020 Presidential Election1
The Post-Soviet City as a Communal Apartment: Spatialized Belonging in Ulan-Ude1
Soviet National Autonomy in the 1920s: The Dilemmas of Ukraine’s Jewish Population1
Forms of National and European Identity: A Research Note Reviewing Literature of Cross-National Studies1
Between Frontline and Parliament: Ukrainian Political Parties and Irregular Armed Groups in 2014–20191
Pillarized Networks in a Polarized Civil Society: A Structure of Far-Right Networks in Poland0
The Far-Right’s Mnemonic Alliance with Putin’s Russia: L’SNS’s Mastering of a Disruptive Past0
Armenia and Azerbaijan: Anatomy of a Rivalry, by Laurence Broers, Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press, 2021, pp., xv + 400pp. £95.00 (hardcover), ISBN 9781474450522, £24.99 (paperback), ISBN 97814740
Women’s Organizations and Antisemitism: The First Parliamentary Elections in Independent Poland0
The Small, the Big, and the Ugly: Persistent Challenges of Thinking about Lviv’s Ukrainization0
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Bridging Regionalism and Secessionism: Territorial Autonomy Movements in the Iberian World0
The Revolution of the Black Diamond Republic: Negotiating Socialism and Autonomy in the Jiu Valley, 1918-19190
Negotiating the Kin-State Citizenship: The Case of Croats from Herzegovina0
Class, Culture, and the Problem of Leadership0
Between Heimat and Hatred: Jews and the Right in Germany, 1871–1935 by Philipp Nielsen. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2019. 328pp. $74 (hardcover). ISBN 978-01909306600
The Bretons in French Politics: Regional Mobilization within and beyond the Central State0
Conceptualizing the National Group for the Crime of Genocide: Is Law Able to Account for Identity Fault Lines?0
Liquidity and Precarity: The Challenges of State Partitions and Their Effects to Communities and Individuals. A Reply to Kolstø, Mohanram, and Woodward0
Collapse: The Fall of the Soviet Union, by Vladislav M. Zubok, Yale University Press, 2021, 576 pp., $35.00 (hardcover), ISBN 9780300268171, $25.00 (paperback), ISBN 9780300257304.0
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Place Relations of Mobile People: National and Local Identification of Highly Skilled Migrants in Wrocław, Poland0
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Architectures of Violence: The Command Structures of Modern Mass Atrocities, from Yugoslavia to Syria, by Kate Ferguson, Oxford University Press, 2021, 240pp., £35.00 (hardcover), ISBN 9780190949624.0
Taking the “Race” Out of Master Race: The Evolving Role of the Jew in White Supremacist Discourse0
Nonaligned Modernism: Yugoslav Culture, Nonaligned Cultural Diplomacy, and Transnational Solidarity0
Euromaidan Abroad: The Social Movement Motivations of Young Ukrainian Immigrants – Erratum0
Anthropology in a Nationalizing State: Three Case Studies from Interwar Poland0
Slivovitz and Everyday Nationalism: The Analysis of Slovene Newspapers in Interwar Yugoslavia0
Belarus: “Securitization” of State Politics and the Impact on State-Society Relations0
Decentralisation and the Management of Ethnic Conflict: Lessons from the Republic of Macedonia, by Aisling Lyon, London, Routledge, 2016, xxii + 248 pp., £92.00 (hardcover), ISBN 97811389441140
Bosnian-Herzegovinian Citizens in the Making – The Citizenship Debate in the Time of Social Mobilizations0
Gender, Militarized Masculinity, and Hungarian Illiberalism0
Selling Peace: How to Frame a Serbia/Kosovo Deal in a Referendum0
The Political Incorporation of Labor in Turkey: Tracing the Origins of a Nationalist Path0
Ethnopolitical Entrepreneurs as Nation Builders? Heritage and Innovation in Gagauzia0
Integration Through Inclusion? Probing the Effect of Government Presence on Voting Behavior in the Swiss Cantons, 1848–20220
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Law and Memory: Towards Legal Governance of History, edited by Uladzislau Belavusau and Aleksandra Gliszczyńska-Grabias, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2017, 458 pages, $125.00 (hardcover), IS0
Religion and Politics in the Orthodox World: The Ecumenical Patriarchate and the Challenges of Modernity, by Paschalis M. Kitromilides, foreword by the Metropolitan of Pergamon, London, Routledge, 2010
Transcultural, Transnational Histories: A Response to Stefano Bianchini’s Liquid Nationalism and State Partitions in Europe – CORRIGENDUM0
Investing in Infants: Child Protection and Nationalism in Transylvania during Dualism and the Interwar Period0
Nationalism and National Identity in North America0
Regional Politics and Ethnic Identity: How Silesian Identity Has Become Politicized0
Institutional Dynamics of State-Minority Relations: The Case of Roma Communities in Slovakia0
The Orthodox Church in Ukraine: A Century of Separation, by Nicholas E. Denysenko, Illinois, Northern Illinois University Press, 2018, $39.00 (paperback), ISBN 97808758078980
The Territorial Representativeness of Italian Ministerial Elites: From the Regional “Parity Norm” to the Rise of Technocrats0
Non-Soviet Perspectives on the Great Famine: A Comparative Analysis of British, Italian, Polish, and German Sources – Erratum0
Turkish Nationalism, Egalitarianism, and Social Policy: The Compulsory Public Service of Physicians0
The Many Faces of Nationalism0
Appropriating Memory in the Name of the State0
One Hundred Years of Solitude: Meditating on Tarik Amar’s Book on Lviv0
The Zelensky Effect, by Olga Onuch and Henry E. Hale, Hurst Publishers, 2022, 424pp., $24.95 (hardcover), ISBN 9781787388635.0
Contested Territories in the Short Twentieth Century: Sarah Wambaugh (1882–1955), Plebiscites, and Gender0
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Pure and True: The Everyday Politics of Ethnicity for China’s Hui Muslims, by David R. Stroup, University of Washington Press, 2022, 268 pp., $105.00 (hardcover), ISBN 9780295749822, $32.00 (paperback0
Producing Kartinka: Street-Level Bureaucracy and Implementation of Russia’s Tolerance Policy in St. Petersburg0
Commemorating by Marching: Memorialization and Resistance Practices of the Srebrenica Genocide0
Displaced Memoryscapes – Archives of Hungarian Women Authors from Post-Yugoslavia0
Post-Socialist Political Necromancy: Weaponization of Dead Bodies in Czech Culture Wars0
Beyond Linguistic Peripheral Elites: The Provincial Imbalance of Cabinet Ministers in Belgium0
Between Muslims: Religious Difference in Iraqi Kurdistan, by J. Andrew Bush, Stanford UP, 2020, 216 pp., $25.00, (hardback), ISBN: 9781503611436.0
Rivalry and Revenge: The Politics of Violence during Civil War (Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics) by Laia Balcells, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2017, 284 pages, $83.50 (hardcover) 0
Unraveling the Black Mountain: Authoritarian Submission and Party Preference in Montenegro0
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‘Highly Civilized, yet Very Simple’: Images of the Czechoslovak State and Nation at Interwar World’s Fairs0
A Specter from the Past: the Balkanization of Europe?0
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The Blood of Others: Stalin’s Crimean Atrocity and the Poetics of Solidarity, by Rory Finnin, University of Toronto Press, 2022, 334 pp., $80.00, (hardcover), ISBN 9781487507817.0
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The Symbolic State: Minority Recognition, Majority Backlash, and Secession in Multinational Countries, by Karlo Basta, Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2021, 272pp., $130.00 (cl0
To Punish or Not to Punish? Ukraine’s Approach to Retribution for Crimes Associated with the Donbas Conflict and Its Potential Meaning for National Reconciliation0