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NATO, neutrality and national identity: the case of Austria and Hungary
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After the end of the Cold War vigorous discussions developed about new alternatives in security policy in almost all the countries of the former Warsaw Pact and in the neutral and non-aligned states.
Get this from a library. NATO, Neutrality and National Identity: the case of Austria and Hungary. [András Kovác] -- When the cold war was over, a vehement discussion of the new alternatives in security policy started in almost all former Warsaw-Pact States and in the neutral and nonaligned nations, Austria and.
The results are presented in the book “NATO, Neutrality and National Identity – the Case of Ausria and Hungary”.
The book does not focus on the manifold security problems that the concerned nations’ joining of NATO would entail but deals with the discourses and debates on neutrality and NATO.
Get this from a library. NATO, neutrality and national identity: the case of Austria and Hungary. [András Kovács, Dr.; Ruth Wodak;]. The results are presented in the book "NATO, Neutrality and National Identity - the Case of Ausria and Hungary".
The book does not focus on the manifold security problems that the concerned nations' joining of NATO would entail but deals with the discourses and debates on neutrality and NATO.
Gertraud Benke and Ruth Wodak provide in-depth analysis of a debate on Austrian National Television on "NATO and Neutrality," a microcosm of Austrian popular opinion that exposed all positions and ideological preferences on neutrality.
The historian Oliver Rathkolb surveys international perceptions of Austrian neutrality over the past half-century. Neutrality and Austrian Identity: Discourse on NATO and Neutrality as Reflected in Public Opinion In book: NATO, Neutrality and National Identity, Chapter: 12, Publisher: Böhlau Verlag.
Austria (/ ˈ ɒ s t r i neutrality and national identity: the case of Austria and Hungary book / (), / ˈ ɔː s-/; German: Österreich [ˈøːstɐʁaɪ̯ç] ()), officially the Republic of Austria (German: Republik Österreich, listen (help info)), is a landlocked East Alpine country in the southern part of Central is composed of nine federated states (Bundesländer), one of which is Vienna, Austria's capital and its NATO city.
NATO, Neutrality and National Identity: the Case of Austria and Hungary (co-editor, ) The Stranger at Hand. Antisemitic prejudices in post-communist Hungary.
Depending on theoretical tradition, discipline, or field of research and methodological taste, “national identity” might be discussed on the level of individuals, collective actors (political or cultural elites), or enclosed political entities (states or nations), and therefore differently defined and operationalized.
music social paradigm political identity national identity Transgender Identities Authors: Sanger, Tam Hines, Sally Book Series: Routledge research in gender and society ISBN: Year: Pages: Language: English. Benke, Gertraud () ‘ “Austria owes its policy of neutrality.”: Neutrality in Austrian Newspapers in the Second Republic ’, in Kovács, A., Wodak, R.
(eds) Nato, Neutrality and National Identity: The Case of Austria and Hungary, pp. – Cologne: Böhlau. Google Scholar. PDF Viewer book. Four case studies of Australian Regional Force Projection in the late s and the s Download book PDF Viewer book.
Green, Bob. Subjects:Humanities, History, Military history. 9: NATO, Neutrality and National Identity: the case of Austria and Hungary Download book PDF Viewer book.
Kovác, András. After Stalin's death, during a respite in Cold War tensions inAustria managed to rid itself of a quadripartite occupation regime and become a neutral state. As the Cold War continued, Austria's policy of neutrality helped make this small country into an important mediator of East-West differe.
NATO, Neutrality and National Identity: the Case of Austria and Hungary (co-editor, ) Stranger at hand. Antisemitic prejudices in post-communist Hungary () Antisemitic Prejudice and Political Antisemitism in Present-Day Hungary (The Journal for the Study of Antisemitism ) CV.
Publications. (Jews and Jewry in contemporary Hungary, Ed.) 10) Zsidók a mai Magyarországon. (Szerk.) Múlt és Jöv ő Könyvkiadó, Budapest (Jews in contemporary Hungary, Ed.) 11) NATO, Neutrality and National Identity: the case of Austria and Hungary.
(Ed. with R. Wodak) Böhlau Verlag, Wien – Köln – Weimar, 12) New Jewish Identities. Some of his relevant publications are ‘A Change in Ideas: Collective Consciousness, Morphology and Collective Representations’, in W.S.F.
Pickering (ed.) Durkheim and Representations, (Routledge, ); ‘Nation, Europe, NATO’, in A. Kovács and R. Wodak (eds) NATO, Neutrality and National Identity: The Case of Austria and Hungary. It was further developed in a number of studies, for example, a study on racist discrimination against migrants from Romania and a study on the discourse about the nation and national identity in Austria (Matouschek, Wodak and Januschek ; Wodak et al.).
The latter book is the most influential of all DHA studies thus far. This book provides the first detailed comparative analysis of the unusual partnership between the main European neutral states and NATO. Neutrality and alliance membership are fundamentally incompatible, but through the vehicle of NATO’s post-Cold War partnerships the European neutral states and NATO have found a way to bridge this gap and cooperate with one another.
Studying identity, be it ethnic, cultural, linguistic, national or regional, in the contemporary context becomes troublesome because the scholar is faced with a whole range of social and cultural forms that co-exist uncomfortably with existing definitions of social identity.
Moreover, although identity has been a central concern in a number of disciplines during the past decades, there has. “ Austrian Neutrality: Historical Development and Semantic Change.” In NATO, Neutrality and National Identity: The Case of Austria and Hungary, ed.
by András Kovács and Ruth Wodak, 23– Weimar: Böhlau. Download Citation | Neutrality as Identity. Finland's Quest for Security in the Cold War | This article examines Finland’s Cold War neutrality, highlighting its political and ideational dimensions.
Union and the beginning of a co-operation with NATO. The main aim of this thesis is to answer the question about reasons and factors that made the change possible. The main argument is that neutrality had not become a core element of Finnish national identity, nor had a. National identities in times of supra-national challenges: the debates on NATO and neutrality in Austria and Hungary.
Wodak, R. & Kovacs, A.,In: Journal of Language and Politics. 3. Distributed to the trade in the USA by National Book Network. Günter Bischof and Fritz Plasser, Editors Contemporary Austrian Studies, Vol.
18 ISBN ISBN pages •. In the worst-case scenario, NATO membership can be seen as a “silver medal” of sorts in the historical race for western identity. Although Turkey’s experience demonstrates that, while a silver medal does not satisfy everyone, it is still better than withdrawing from the race.
The largest and most important of Austria's 2, libraries is the Austrian National Library, which contains more than million books and over 3 million non-book materials. It includes nine special collections: manuscripts and autographs, incunabula (old and precious prints), maps and globes, music, papyri, portrait and picture archives.
Meyer: Austrian Case I/ 5 was not mandated by the UN. In contrast, when the NATO-led KFOR troops were installed after the war by a mandate of the UNSC, Austrian military personnel took part.
8 Also in respect on the Iraq war Austria tried to keep a neutral position and argued that a. NATO, Neutrality and National Identity. The case of Austria and Hungary. by Ruth Wodak, András: Kovács, Andras Kovacs, Ulrich Natke Paperback, Pages, Published by Böhlau ISBNISBN: Depressio Transsylvaniae Ketbalkezes Szonettek () by Andras Ferenc Kovacs, Gabor Tompa and Andrâas Ferenc Kovâacs (, Book) by András Ferenc Kovács, Gábor Tompa 73 Pages, Published by Pallas-Akadémia Könyvkiadó ISBNISBN: KovAcs, Andräs & Ruth WODAK (eds.): NATO, Neutrality and National Identity: the case of Austria and Hungary.
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Tanks Have Left, Gazprom Is Back. Russian Energy Companies’ Expansion Towards Poland, Slovakia And Hungary Between And (Anita Orban, ) Felix Austria. Cold War Security Policy between NATO, Neutrality, and the Warsaw Pact, (Andrew Earl Harrod, ) The Intellectual Roots of Reagan’s Strategy (Francis Herbert Marlo, ).
The history of Austria covers the history of Austria and its predecessor states, from the early Stone Age to the present state. The name Ostarrîchi (Austria) has been in use since AD when it was a margravate of the Duchy of Bavaria and from an independent duchy (later archduchy) of the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation (Heiliges Römisches Reich –).
The Cold War Studies Book Series was established in with the academic publisher Rowman & Littlefield. As of early, thirty-six volumes have been published. The series, sponsored by Cold War Studies at Harvard University, seeks to expand and enrich what is known about Cold War events and themes. It also encourages scholars to use their research on Cold War topics to illuminate current.
Coordinates. Romania (/ r oʊ ˈ m eɪ n i ə / ro-MAY-nee-ə; Romanian: România [r o m ɨ ˈ n i. a] ()) is a country located at the crossroads of Central, Eastern, and Southeastern borders with Bulgaria to the south, Ukraine to the north, Hungary to the west, Serbia to the southwest, and Moldova to the east and has its opening to the Black sea.
It has a predominantly temperate. Austria-Hungary (German: Österreich-Ungarn; Hungarian: Osztrák–Magyar Monarchia), also known by other names and often referred to as the Austro-Hungarian Empire in English-language sources, was a constitutional union of the Empire of Austria and the Kingdom of Hungary that existed from towhen it collapsed as a result of defeat in World War I.
In several European countries, such parties form part of the government (or have formed part), like in Austria, Denmark or Italy; in other countries, such parties have recently succeeded (in the elections to the European Parliament, June ) to collect more votes (like in the United Kingdom or Hungary).
The Austrian historian Oliver Rathkolb, a contributor to this roundtable, has entitled his seminal book on Austria’s modern history The Paradoxical Republic.  Austria’s political system after has been characterized by a number of such paradoxes: the country is pro-Western, but only joined the EU in (and never NATO); neutrality.
Norway had a referendum where the people voted no (though the government later decreed Norway part of the EEA, which while seemingly prosperous have been contested as potentially unconstitutional by some of the more vigorous EU-opposers).
There ha. Adenauer believed that Germany had lacked allies in the past that had been of any use to it (Austria-Hungary and Turkey in World War I, and Fascist Italy in World War II, were a burden to Germany.Abstract: Historically, Swiss identity was founded on beliefs in federalism, direct democracy and armed neutrality.
Given continued popular support for autonomous self‐defense in an era of transnational threats, it is worth examining whether a small economically interdependent state, such as Switzerland, is single‐handedly capable of providing for its own security.Before WWI Hungary depended on Austria and Czech for the import of up to 80% of Hungary's raw material and a market accepting an equal percentage of Hungarian exports The end of the Austro-Hungarian empire left the new Hungarian state with few raw materials, a loss of its markets, and no sea access, all adding to the devastation of Hungary's.