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Who we are  

  The Center for Nationalism Studies

The Center for Nationalism Studies (CNS) is a non-profit think tank that provides in-depth analyses of social, political, and geopolitical phenomena caused by or related to nationalism. Since its onset, nationalism has been characterized by paradoxes: the more nationalism has dominated modern political discourse, the less it has been adequately explained by relevant academic circles. Indeed, the more that nationalism’s departure from the historical scene has been predicted, the more it has been returning with an ever-growing strength. Our goal is to open up, explore, and where possible resolve these paradoxes – and through doing so locate the place of nationalism in the modern world. To achieve this, we use innovative methods and cross-disciplinary scholarship in rigorous analyses of the most significant global, regional, and local developments. Our members carry out their research and day-to-day analyses supported by a variety of external sources in order to broaden critical perspectives on nationalism’s role in political and international affairs, both historically and in the contemporary world.

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Founded and registered in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, in February 2020.


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