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Nationalism as Political Paranoia in Burma

An Essay on the Historical Practice of Power

Nationalism as Political Paranoia in Burma by Michael Gravers
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This study probes the complex relationship between nationalism, violence and Buddhism in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Burma. Gravers' study brings us to present-day Burma and the struggle by Nobel Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi for a new Burmese identity.
The present volume is a substantially revised and expanded version of the study originally published by the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies.
Taylor and Francis; July 2004
168 pages; ISBN 9781135798154
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Title: Nationalism as Political Paranoia in Burma
Author: Michael Gravers