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Belgium was a major hub for transnational movements. By taking this small and yet significant European country as a focal point, the book critically examines major issues in modern history, including nationalism, colonial expansion, debates on the nature of international relations and campaigns for political and social equality. Now available in paperback, this study explores an age in which many groups and communities - from socialists to scientists - organised themselves across national borders. The timeframe covers the rise of international movements and associations before the First World War, the conflagration of 1914 and the emergence of new actors such as the League of Nations. The book acknowledges the changing framework for transnational activism, including its interplay with domestic politics and international institutions. By tracing international movements and ideas, the book aims to reveal and explain the multifarious and sometimes contradictory nature of internationalism. -- .
|Publication date:||1st May 2015|
|Publisher:||Manchester University Press|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
|Categories:||International relations, Peace studies & conflict resolution,|
Daniel Laqua is Lecturer in Modern European History at Northumbria University in Newcastle upon Tyne -- .More About Daniel Laqua