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Neo-nationalism is a form of nationalism that is unique in the sense that it reacts to the process of globalization and more specifically the globalization of capital. Neo-nationalism primarily elaborates upon the world-systems theory, by using the core-periphery model.
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- Neo-Nationalism Five Years Later, a seminar in which Professor Gingrich (University of Vienna) examines a return to "indigineity" in Central Europe.
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