Explores the continuity of ethnic and national politics during the Cold War.
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ROB KNIGHT, PhD is Professor of Pediatrics and Computer Science & Engineering and Director of the Center for Microbiome Innovation at the University of California, San Diego. He is co-founder of the Earth Microbiome Project and American Gut.Review:
By looking at the history of ethnic conflict under communism in a variety of locales both inside and outside the Iron Curtain, contributors to the volume edited by Robert Knight are able to document that far from being a minor issue, ethnic and national identities had played an important role in the politics of both communist and anti-communist officials, parties and media ... Overall, the volume succeeds in providing an overview of the varieties of Cold War ethnic conflict both inside and across the countries divided by the Iron Curtain. With its focus on both sides of the divide, it complicates and challenges narratives that have seen developments in the Eastern Bloc as being isolated from what was happening on the western side of the Curtain. -- Alexander Vari, Marywood University, USA * European History Quarterly *
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