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In our world beyond nations, the future is medieval

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   Subota, 06 Rujan 2014 12:53

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FOR most of the past thousand years, there were no nations in Europe. It was a hotchpotch of tribal groupings, feudal kingdoms, autonomous cities and trading networks. Over time, the continent's ever more complex societies and industries required ever more complex governance; with the French Revolution, the modern nation state was born. Now the nation's time may be drawing to a close, according to those who look at society through the lenses of complexity theory and human behaviour. There is plentiful evidence for this once you start looking (see "End of nations: Is there an alternative to countries?"). Consider the European Union, which is trying – much to the disapproval of many Europeans – to transcend its member nations.
Is this a prospect to welcome or dread? One possible reaction is a resurgence of nationalism, based in the desire to consolidate a perceived common identity. Russia's bellicosity in eastern Ukraine, for example, was supposedly intended to protect the interests of Russian speakers – a transnational act in itself.

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