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Lin Yang-kung 245 n. 13 literature 17, 38, 48-49, 54, 172, 182-183, 231. Loginov, Viktor 115 n. 69. Lordkipanidze, Mariam 102, 115 n. 71. M. Macan, Trpimir 143.

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A Abacha, general Sani 253-254, 262-263 Abiola, Moshood 252 Abkhazia: see national identity, nationalism academic freedom 22-23, 44, 55, 280-282, 294; lack of - 93, 106, 124 see also scientific research, state dependence of Achebe, Chinua 257, 262-264, 266-267, 273 n. 78 Adeleke, Muyiwa 260 Agedah, Horatio 258 Ahmadov, Sharpudin B. 137 Akhmatova, Anna 69 Akiev, Kh. A. 135 n 22 Akpan, N.U. 258-259 Albert I, King of Belgium 189 Alexander II, Tsar 125 Alexander, Jeffrey 32 n. 13 Alkin, Ilious 72 Almond, Sidney 220 Alubo, Ogoh 264-265 Ambrose, Saint 213 Anchabadze, Z. 94 Anderson, Benedict 28 Ankrah, Lt. General J.A. 251 anthropology 17, 29, 218, 236, 240-242, 288 Appleby, Joyce 171 archaeology 17, 21, 28-31, 105-106, 115 ns. 68-69, 120, 286, 293 Ardzinba, Vladislav 33 n. 30, 103, 106 art 17, 182, 232

Asanebi, Ekumopere Richard 273 n 80 assimilation, forced 43-44, 69, 78 autonomy 15, 19, 22, 57, 77, 80, 97, 232-233, 249, 252, 256, 260, 265-268, 279, 281, 287; cultural - 71-72, 83, 97; territorial - 71-72, 83 Ayandele, E.A. 256 Azeglio, Massimo d’ 218 Azikiwe, Nnamdi 258 B Bakari´c, Vladimir 150 Bakradze, Davit 113 n. 20 Banfield, Edward C. 225 n. 31 Bangura, Jusuf 255 Bashkiria: see nationalism Baudhuin I, King of Belgium 196 Bauman, Zygmunt 15 Baysungur 126-127 Belgium: see national identity, nationalism Bennett, Odunsi 263 Berdzenishvili, N.A. 94 Beria, Lavrenti 91-92, 95, 107-108 Bernstein, Richard J. 147 Bevilacqua, Piero 217 Beybulat (Taimiev) 121, 135 n. 26 Beyen, Marnix 195 Biafra: see nationalism Biˇcani´c, Rudolf 149-151 Billig, Michael 201 Blom, J.C.H. 199

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Index Bocca, Giorgio 216 Borginon, Hendrik 190 Boro, Isaac 250, 253, 269 n. 4 Bosnjak, Branko 156 Bossi, Umberto 207, 214, 223 n. 5 Bouchard, Lucien 174 Bourdieu, Pierre 15 Boˇzi´c, Ivan 143 Braeckeleer, Ferdinand de 182 Brubaker, Rogers 13, 34 n. 42, 78 Buchanan, Allen 259, 273 n. 79 Bukharin, Nikolai 82 Buzan, Barry 32 n. 6 C Cafagna, Luciano 216 Canada : see Quebec, national identity, nationalism Cartier, George-Etienne 161, 175 n. 5 Catherine II, ‘the Great’, Tsar 78, 121, 123, 128 Catholicism 142, 162-165, 168, 172-173, 180, 185-186, 191, 194, 214 Cavour, Camillo Benso count of 219 Chechnya: loyalty to the Soviet Union 118, 130 see also national identity, nationalism Ch’en 232 Ch’en Fang-ming 236, 238 Ch’en Shui-pian 235, 246 n. 15 Chervonnaya, Svetlana 114 n. 58 Chiang Ching-kuo 235 Chiang Kai-shek 232-233, 235 China: see nationalism colonialism 19, 44, 52-53, 55-56, 69-70, 7879, 83-84, 93, 97, 111, 118-119, 121-129, 161, 227, 249, 276; internal - 13, 26, 34 n. 48, 209, 223 n. 5 communism 69-70, 72, 117, 141-147, 209, 229, 231-232, 238, 275-277 see also stalinism Conscience, Hendrik 181-183 Courville, Serge 170-171 Croatia: see nationalism D Daels, Frans 190

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David-West, Tam 255, 262 Debeuckelaere, Adiel 190 Decoster, Charles 183 Dedijer, Vladimir 143 Degrelle, Léon 194 Denikin, general Anton I. 122 Diodorus 89 Djilas, Milovan 143, 156 n. 19 Donzelli, Carmine 217 Dosfel, Lodewijk 191 Dudaev, Jokhar 122-124, 127-128, 137 n. 44, 138 n. 62, 138 n. 64 Dudley, Billy 259 Dukor, Maduabuchi 263, 266-267 Durkheim, Emile 26 Durocher, René 168-169 Dyck, Anthony van 182 Dzidzaria, G. 94 E economics 17, 26, 48, 75, 147-155, 236, 287 Ekmevi´c, Milorad 143 Elias, Hendrik 192 Enaharo, Anthony 261, 273 n. 68 Engels, Friedrich 134 n. 11 Essen, Leo Van der 193, 195 ethnography 42, 120, 236, 240-242 Europe 15, 19, 25-27, 38, 46, 48, 69, 82-83, 85 n. 1, 107, 119, 160, 169, 182, 184-186, 198, 207, 209-211, 214, 218, 220-222, 234, 255, 261, 275-276, 278, 281-282, 289, 292 exact sciences 14, 27 F Famin, César 89-90, 112 ns. 6, 14 fascism 143, 190, 194, 216 Fawcett, Clare 30 federalism 18-20, 69, 72-74, 77-78, 81, 83, 91-92, 95-97, 100-103, 117, 143-144, 148-154, 159-162, 165-166, 173, 179, 198-202, 208-210, 268, 277-278 ; confederation 18, 100, 103, 124, 148-150, 208, 159, 161 Flanders see national identity, nationalism Forsyth, Frederick 258-259 Frederick Barbarossa 213

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Index Frederick II, Emperor 217 Frégault, Guy 164 G Gadeev, Vaha Iu. 136 n. 39 Gaillet, Louis 182 Gallerano, Nicola 25 Gamsakhurdia, Zviad 96, 98-99, 106, 108-109 Gapurov, Shahruddin A. 136 n. 39 Garde, Paul 141 Garibaldi, Giuseppe 219 Garneau, François-Xavier 163-164, 168, 170 Geiregat, Pieter 182 Gelashvili, Naira 109-110 Gellner, Ernest 28 Genghis Khan 83, 85 n. 1 genocide 128-132 geography 89 Georgia see national identity, nationalism Gerber, Jürgen 108 Geyl, Pieter 192-193, 195 Ghazi, Muhammad 122 Gingras, Yves 171 Godunov, Boris 69 Gorbachev, Mikhail 73, 96-97, 118, 131, 133 n. 5 Gorenburg, Dmitry 76 Gotovac, Vlado 143 Gowon, general Yakubu 258 Gramsci, Antonio 212, 225 n. 44 Gribaudi, Gabriella 217-218 Grli´c, Danko 156 n. 14 Gross, Mirjana 143 Groulx, abbé Lionel 163-164, 169-170, 172-173 Gumilev, Lev 69 H Hamzat Bek 122 Hechter, Michael 34 n. 48, 209 Henze, Paul B. 109 Herbst, Jeffrey 264 Herder, Johann Gottfried 181 Herodotus 89, 105, 111 n. 2 Hewitt, George 109, 113 n. 21 history (historiography) 7-9, 11, 17, 25-29, 38, 42-59, 62-65, 70-71, 75-76, 79-85, 89-90, 93-94, 102-110, 118-133, 141-144, 159-

160, 162-164, 167-174, 179-182, 185, 189, 191-195, 198-202, 213-214, 216219, 236-238, 260, 276-278, 281, 285288, 291-293 Hobsbawm, Eric 27-28, 244 Hodnett, Grey 101 Hoffman, Adonis 254 Horowitz, Donald 259 Horvat, Branko 157, ns 23-24 Hosking, Geoffrey 29 Hroch, Miroslav 15, 33 n. 23, 186, 204 n. 19, 282 Hrushevs’kyi, Mykola 44, 46, 59 Hsieh Hsüeh-hung 238 humanities 14, 16-17, 27, 37-38, 45-47, 62, 106, 148-149, 260 human sciences see humanities Hunt, Lynn 171 Hutchinson, John 15 Hutsali, Sjaykh Najm al-Din 122 I independence 18-20, 22, 40, 45, 52-53, 59-60, 70, 73-77, 99-100, 117-118, 123, 163, 166, 221, 236, 249-253, 276-279, 283284, 290-291 Indji´c, Triva 147 Ingoroqva, Pavle 93-94, 98, 102, 195, 113 ns 20-21 Ingushetia: see nationalism intellectuals; definition of - 17-18, 255-256; and social criticism 146-147, 262-268, 279, 284; - critical of nationalism 98-99, 141, 145-147, 257-269, 277, 283; moral responsibility of - 8, 14-16, 26-29, 31, 90, 217, 289-294; nationalist involvement of – 7-9, 15-16, 38-48, 54-66, 70-85, 90-91, 93-94, 97-99, 102-110, 118-133, 141145, 147-155, 181-183, 186-188, 192193, 230, 234-244, 256-260, 276-284; objectivity of - 7-8, 14-15, 256 Ireland: see national identity, nationalism Iskander, Fazil 99 Iskhaki, Gayaz 80-82, 87 n. 24 Islam 70-73, 76, 78-84, 109, 120-129, 131, 134 n. 14, 135 n. 27

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Index Isnenghi, Mario 219 Israilov, Hasan 122 Ivan IV, ‘the Terrible’, Tsar 78, 121 J Jacob, Margaret 171 Joseph II, Emperor 180 Juste, Theodore 182 K Kadiev, Aslanbek 138 n. 55 Kanazir, Duˇsan 148 Kangra, Milan 146, 156 n. 14 Karaman, Igor 143 Karamzin, Nikolai M. 66 n. 8, 69 Kardelj, Edvard 143, 146, 150, 156 n. 12 Karimullin, Abrar 85 n. 1 Kartlos 89 Kesteloot, Chantal 206 n. 54 Khabutdinov, Aidar 78 Khakimov, Rafael 70 Khasbulatov, A.T. 135 n. 22 Khizriev, Hajji 134 n. 20 Khozhaev, Dolkhan A.-A. 134 n. 15 Khudyakov, Mikhail 86 n. 3 Kitovani, Tengiz 99 Kohl, Philip 30, 115 n. 72 Kossmann, Ernst H. 199 Kostava, Merab 96 Krushchev, Nikita 93, 130-131, 133 n 5 Kuhari´c, cardinal Franjo 144 Kunta Hajji 127-128 L Laboka, Nestor 91 Laboka, Stanislav 115 n. 79 Lamberts, Emiel 199 Latkovi´c, Radovan 149 late nations 23-24, 84-85, 281-282 law 11, 17, 42, 48-49, 75; international - 9, 236, 238-240, 287 Lee Ao 237 Lee Hsiao-feng 236 Lee Teng-hui 244, 245 n. 13 Lehning, Percy 13 Lenin, Vladimir 72 Leopold III, King of Belgium 194, 196 Lermontov, Mikhail J. 137 n. 53

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Lesage, Jean 165-166 Létourneau, Jocelyn 170-171 Lévesque, René 166 Liao, Thomas 234, 241-242 liberalism 180, 185, 291; neo- 210, 212, 222 Lichtervelde, Louis de 194 Lien Tsan 245 n. 13 Ligachev, Yegor 91 Lincoln, Abraham 258 linguistics 54, 141 Linteau, Paul-André 167-170 Lin Yang-kung 245 n. 13 literature 17, 38, 48-49, 54, 172, 182-183, 231 Loginov, Viktor 115 n. 69 Lordkipanidze, Mariam 102, 115 n. 71 M Macan, Trpimir 143 Macdonald, John A. 161, 175 n. 5 Madunaga, Eddy 268 Maksimovi´c, Ivan 147 Maksudi, Sadri 71 Malek, Anouar Abdel 34 n. 42 Mamardashvili, Merab 98 Mannheim, Karl 14 Manojlovi´c, Gavro 142-143 Mansur, Imam (Ushuma) 123-127, 135 n. 25, 136 ns 36, 39, 137 n. 44 Marjani, Shigabutdin 71 Markovi´c, Mikailo 146-147 Marr, Nikolai Y. 105 Marx, Karl 145-146 Maskhadov, Aslan 123, 125, 127, 138 n 58 Maurras, Charles 190 Mazepa 59 Mazzini, Giuseppe 219 Mbadiwe, Kingsley 258 Megill, Allen 176 n. 30 Mestrovi´c, Mate 149 methodology of scientific research; empiricist 11-13, 16; ethnogenesis 104-106, 115 n. 72, 286, 293; feminist - 173-174; Marxist - 145-147; Marxist-Leninist - 17, 46-56, 64, 79-80, 118-120, 143; normative -: 11-13, 16, 24, 39, 50, 63, 65, 118, 145; relativist - 31 Micunovi´c, Dragoljub 147 Miglio, Gianfranco 208

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Index Mihailovi´c, Kosta 153-154 Mikeladze, Teimuraz 106 Milosauljevi´c, Oliveira 157 n. 29 Miloˇsevi´c, Slobodan 142, 144, 147, 156 n. 10, 281 Minin, Kuzma 78 Moore, Margaret 13 Morgenthau, Hans 22-23 Muhammad of Mayortum, Skaykh 121 myths 8, 24, 29-31; 60, 65, 288-294; language - 106-107; - of backwardness 210211, 220-222; - of benevolent paternalism 52, 81, 119, 290; - of exceptionalism 162163; - of homeland 28, 31, 93, 102, 104106, 120, 286; - of national continuity 44, 51-52, 57, 59, 81, 93, 104-106, 181-182, 213-214, 289-290; - of national strength 81-82, 120-129, 163, 168-170, 189, 210, 213-217, 220-222, 276, 286-287, 290291; - of origins 24, 30, 39, 51-52, 89, 93, 102, 104-106, 110, 120, 214, 241, 286287, 289-290, 293; - of solidarity 24, 26, 29-31, 43-44, 51, 59, 93, 123; - of victimization 31, 44, 57, 59, 69-70, 81, 110, 120122, 128-133, 162-164, 173-174, 182, 189, 211, 213, 276-277; populist - 40, 44, 55, 126, 290; N Naamen, Ben 260 Nadir Shah 121 Napoleon 180 Nasyri, Kayum 71 national identity 9, 15, 117; civic - 47, 169170, 212-215, 241-244, 279, 284-285, 291; collective memory and - 25, 30, 42, 51, 58, 69, 117, 129-132, 276, 286-287; culture and - 44, 106, 160-161; ethnic - 47, 169, 212-214, 222, 240-243, 278; language in - 40, 53, 55, 71, 76, 93, 95-96, 98, 104, 106, 160-161, 169, 173, 181-183, 186-187, 213-214; - in Abkhazia 93; - in Belgium 9, 179-185, 187-191, 194-195, 201-202; - in Chechnya 8, 117-133; - in Flanders 183-187, 189-202; - in Georgia 93, 95, 106, 110; - in Ireland 15; - in Italy 207, 218-220; - in Padania 207, 212-216, 224 n. 22; - in Quebec 159-160, 162-164,

166-173; - in Taiwan 9, 230-232; - in Tatarstan 69-85; - in Ukraine 39-41, 4347, 54-66, 276, - in Wallonia 188-189, 194, 197-198, 200, 202; oblivion and - 25, 121, 286 national minorities 26, 94, 96, 98, 101-102, 111, 169, 186, 188, 250, 252, 265-268 see also rights of minorities nationalism: Abkhaz 90-111; Bashkir - 72, 81, 86 n. 7; Belgian - 180-184, 188-191, 194; Biafran 249, 251-252, 254-261, 264; Chechen 117-133; Chinese - 233-234, 237-238; Croat - 142-145, 149-155; Flemish - 9, 179, 184, 186-194, 196-202; Georgian 90-111; Great-netherlandic 192-193, 195; Ingush - 133 n. 3; Irish - 15; Padanian nationalism 207-215, 217-218, 221-222; Pan-African - 261; Pan-Turkic - 83; Quebec 9, 159-160, 166-167, 173-174; Russian - 82; Serb - 141-142, 144, 147-155; Taiwanese 227-228, 230-244; Tatar - 69-85; theory of 13, 15, 289; Ukrainian - 38, 43-45, 54, 57, 61-62; Walloon - 179, 187-188, 194, 197198, 201-202; Yoruba - 254 nation-building discourse 24; affirmation of modernity in - 81-83, 85, 160, 166-174; discriminatory redistribution in - 75, 147155, 210-212, 221, 263-265, 287; ethnic accomodation in - 70-71, 76-77, 83-84, 142, 185, 189, 277, 284-285; historical narrative and - 26-28, 40, 42-44, 47, 5457, 61, 80-84, 93, 97-98, 118-133, 162164, 167-170, 173-174, 179-182, 185, 187, 189, 191-195, 198-202, 250-255, 260, 276-278, 285-287; - and scientific discourse 8, 13-14, 27-29, 38-47, 61, 9091, 93-94, 102-107 Nicholas I, Tsar 128 Nigeria: see Biafra, nationalism Nnoli, Okwudiba 265-266 Noah 89 Novick, Peter 172, 176 n. 30 Nureyev, Rudolf 69 O Obasanjo, Olusegun 253

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Index objectivity: see intellectuals Odunsi, Benneth Ade 273 n. 78 Ogboman, Paul 265 Ogoni movement 249, 253, 259-267 Ojukwu-Odumegwu, colonal Emeka 251, 254, 258-259, 261, 264, 274 n. 95 Okigbo, Christopher 257 Olukoya, Sam 262 Omotunde, Dele 262, 265, 271 n. 38 Orthodox Christianity 142 Osaghae, Eghosae 266-267 Otta, Nelson 257-258 Ouellet, Fernand, 164 Overing, Joanna 29 P Padania: see national identity, nationalism Pagliarini, Giancarlo 224 n. 17 Paichardze, Giorgi 99 Pearson, Lester 166 Pejovi´c, Danilo 145, 156 n. 14 P’eng Ming-min 234, 242, 245 n. 12, 247 n. 35 Peter I (the Great), Tsar 121 Petrovi´c, Gajo 145, 156 n. 14 Pesi´c-Golubovi´c, Zagorka 147 philology 17, 38, 48-49 philosophy 11, 17, 48-49, 141, 145-147 Picard, Edmond 188 Pierlot, Hubert 194 Pirenne, Henri 185, 187, 189, 191, 193, 284 Platonov, Sergei 86 n. 2 Pliny 89 Pogodin, M. 66 n. 8 Pokrovski, Mikhail N. 105 political science 11, 17, 61, 75, 78, 209-210, 236, 254, 285 Popov, Nebosja 147 Potyomkin, Grigorij A. 128 Pozharsky, Dmitri 78 Premdas, Ralph R. 13, 227 Putin, Vladimir 74, 78 Putnam, Robert D. 209-210, 216-217 Q Quebec : see national identity, nationalism

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R Ranger, Terence 28 Raviot, Jean-Robert 77 Reisner, Oliver 104 Renan, Ernest 226 n. 47, 242 Ricard, François 172 Rich, Evelyn 264 right(s) 12, 76, 84; collective - 55, 60, 64; human - 57, 73, 148-149, 254, 261; - of minorities 265-268, 288; - to territory 55, 94-100, 235-240; violation of human 100, 111, 132 Robert, Jean-Claude 168-171 Romano, Ruggiero 220 Roosbroeck, Robrecht van 193 Rubens, Peter Paul 182 Rusconi, Gian Enrico 226 n. 50 Russia: see nationalism S Safiullin, Fandas 77 Sakharov, Andrei 103 Samarasinghe, S.W.R. de A. 33 n. 31 Saro-Wiwa, Kenule 253, 259-260, 269 n. 4, 272 n. 55, 274 n. 95 Saroyan, Mark 101 Sˇcepi´c, Dragovan 143 Schatzki, Theodore R. 107, 115 n. 78 Schneider, Jane 218 Schöpflin, George 29 Schwarz, Walter 259 scientific institutions 15-16, 20-23, 27, 37-66, 70, 94-96, 98, 101-103, 106-107, 109110, 132, 141-155, 163-164, 167, 193, 197-200, 202, 254-255, 280, 282; - of popular education 37-38, 41-42, 45-47 scientific research; bureaucratic type of - 23-24, 64; critical assessment of - 14, 28-29, 47, 49-50, 54, 56, 62-63, 102, 105, 115 n. 72, 153-155, 215-218; ethnocentricity of - 4344, 47-50, 54, 62, 64, 83-84, 102, 105106, 276, 280-281; instrumentalization of - 8, 16, 21-25, 28, 38-39, 42, 50, 64, 109, 142, 202, 275, 279-280, 294; lack of professionalism of - 61-62, 280; interdisciplinary - 13-14; objectivity of - 8, 12, 14-16, 26, 31, 50, 105-107, 170-172, 275, 289-

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sovereignty 18-20, 73-77, 91, 96, 99, 103, 119, 127, 159, 166, 173-174, 180, 227, 237, 239, 276-279, 291 Soviet Union 8, 17-19, 23-29, 45-65, 69-85, 90-99, 101-110, 117-133, 145, 151, 276277, 280-283, 286, 289-290, 292; - identity 29, 51, 57, 117, 119 see also Abkhazia, Bashkiria, Chechnya, Georgia, Ingushia, Russia, Tatarstan, Ukraine, national identity, nationalism Soyinka, Wole 267 Stalin, Joseph 91-94, 105, 107-108, 130 stalinism 47-56, 107-108, 122-123 Starovoitova, Galina 103 state: break-up of - 11, 18; critique of - 75-76, 207-212, 219-222, 262-268, 279, 290291; institutional inequality within - 70, 72-77, 91-104, 108, 148-149, 265-277, 277; -building 24, 61, 66; unitary - 148150, 208 Stojanovi´c, Svetozar 147 Strabo 89 Strossmayer, Josip Juray 142 Sturua 94 Sultanbekov, Bulat 82 Sultan-Galiev, Mirsaid 72, 80, 82 Supek, Ivan 144-145 Supek, Rudi 146, 156 n. 14 T Tadi´c, Ljubomir 147 Tafawa-Belewa, Sir Abubakar 258 Tagirav, Indus 81 Tagirov, Engel 87 n. 23 Taiwan : see national identity ; nationalism Talon, Jean 169 T’ang Ching-sung 231 Tarrow, Sidney 209, 219 Tatarstan: see national identity, nationalism Terlinden, Charles 194 Thucydides 89 Timur Leng 121 Tito 141, 143-144, 146, 150, 155 n. 3 Tollebeek, Jo 180 Tudjman, Franjo 143-145, 156 n. 11, 157 n. 32

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Index U Ukraine: see national identity, nationalism Usman, Jusuf Bala 260 Usmanov, Lema 134 n. 5 Uzoechi, Innocent 273 n. 94 Uzun Hajji 122 V Vachagaev, Mayrbek 138 n. 58, 139 n. 69 Validov, Akhmet Zaki 72 Verba, Gabriel 220 Vernadsky, Georgi 69 Victor Emmanuel II, king of Italy 219 Volkan, Vamik D. 140 n. 92 Vraniˇcki, Pedrag 156 n. 14 W Waever, Ole 32 n. 6 Wallerstein, Immanuel 264 Wallonia: see national identity, nationalism

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Wappers, Gustave 182 Weiss, Linda 221 Welch Jr., Claude E. 260 Werveke, Hans Van 193 Wilson, Andrew 29 Wipper, Robert 86 n. 2 Y Yandarbiev, Zelimkhan 123 Yeltsin, Boris 73-74 Yermolov, Aleksei 121-122, 129, 137 n. 41 Yugoslavia: 8, 19-20, 28, 141-155, 275, 277, 280-283, 287, 289-293 see also Croatia, Serbia, national identity, nationalism Yung-Cheng, Emperor of China 246 n. 20 Z Zheng Chenggong (Koxinga) 229 ˇ Zivoti´ c, Miladin 147, 156 n. 10, 157 n. 23

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