Originally published by Routledge in October 1992, “Culture and the Politics of Third World Nationalism” by the late Dawa Norbu is now available for the Kindle.
Culture and the Politics of Third World Nationalism provides insights drawn from a deep understanding of specific political systems in the Third World and a thorough knowledge of nationalist activity within these systems. Dawa Norbu combines these insights with a theoretical framework that seeks to draw out the universal significance of the events.
The author’s personal experience of nationalism in Tibet, in India, and in the United States, together with a sociological analysis of ten case studies, inform an argument that is focused on the ways that nationalism is shaped by local cultural factors.
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