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La résilience du nationalisme face aux régionalismes et à la mondialisation

Abstract : [The resilience of nationalism in the face of globalisation and regionalisms] At a time when the nation-state is affected by globalisation, with its surge of transnational flows and by growing regionalism, nationalism is showing strong resilience. The propagation of Western lifestyles has not really challenged national identities because of the indigenisation of these foreign patterns by local societies. Similarly, the growth of diasporas has not created deterritorialised communities, mainly because of the attachment of migrants to their mother countries - which may even translate into "long-distance nationalism". So far as regionalisation is concerned, neither "pan-ism" movements nor the regional zones of cooperation have eroded national identities. The making of the European Union itself - though it represents the most elaborate transfer of sovereignty to the supranational level - has neither given rise to a new European identity nor durably weakened national identities.
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Christophe Jaffrelot, Alain Dieckhoff. La résilience du nationalisme face aux régionalismes et à la mondialisation. Critique Internationale, Presses de sciences po, 2004, pp.125-139. ⟨hal-01020081⟩



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