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Liverpool: University of Liverpool, Institute of Irish Studies. Corrigan, J. Moore, T. (1995).
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Occasional Papers are essays or reports that contribute to the debate on specific issues relevant to European security. The Occasional Papers series finished in January 2013 with its 100th publication.
Nationalism and ethnicity: conceptual perspectives. 2. Nationalism and ethnic conflict in Central Europe I. Introduction II. The Hungarian minorities. III. The Czech Republic and Slovakia IV. Conclusion. 3. Nationalism and ethnic conflict in the Balkan states I. Yugoslavia.
ethnic nationalism in Euskadi, Schleswig and Ulster. Published 1991 by University of Liverpool, Institute of Irish Studies in Liverpool. Politics and government, Nationalism, Regionalism.
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