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" For while technically a citizen of the state in which he comfortably lives, but to which he may feel little attachment, he finds it tempting to play identity politics by participating (via propaganda, money, weapons, any way but voting) in the conflicts... "
The Past in Exile: Serbian Long-distance Nationalism and Identity in the ... - Page 16
by Birgit Bock-Luna - 2007 - 254 pages
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The Ethnic Entanglement: Conflict and Intervention in World Politics

John F. Stack, Lui Hebron - 1999 - 174 pages
...that the "long-distance nationalist" "finds it tempting to play identity politics by participating (via propaganda, money, weapons, any way but voting)...of his imagined Heimat — now only fax-time away" (1992: 13). These and other scholars have accurately posed the paradox of a world which commutes busily...
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Ghosts and Shadows: Construction of Identity and Community in an African ...

Atsuko Karin Matsuoka, John Sorenson - 2001 - 261 pages
...to which he feels little attachment, he finds it tempting to play identity politics by participating (via propaganda, money, weapons, any way but voting)...inevitably non-responsible - our hero will not have to answer for, or pay the price of, the long-distance politics he undertakes. He is also easy prey...
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Globalization and Belonging: The Politics of Identity in a Changing World

Sheila L. Croucher - 2004 - 229 pages
...of the "long-distance nationalist" who "finds it tempting to play identity politics by participating (via propaganda, money, weapons, any way but voting)...of his imagined Heimat — now only fax-time away" (p. 13). "not only does globalization create conditions in which nationhood continues to be a valued...
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Europa-Studien: eine Einführung

Timm Beichelt - 2006 - 451 pages
...nationalism. Benedict Anderson, der diesen Begriff geprägt hat, charakterisiert ihn folgendermaßen. „For while technically a citizen of the state in...imagined Heimat - now only fax-time away. But this citizenship participation is inevitably non responsible - our hero will not have an answer for, or...
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Territoriality and Conflict in an Era of Globalization

Miles Kahler, Barbara F. Walter - 2006
...which he may feel little attachment, he finds it tempting to play identity politics by participating (via propaganda, money, weapons, any way but voting) in the conflicts of his imagined Heimat [homeland] - now only fax time away. But this citizenless participation is inevitably non-responsible...
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