EU Futures - Episode 45 - Chandler Rosenberger

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EU Futures - Episode 45 - Chandler Rosenberger

In this episode, Olya Yordanyan and Toria Rainey talk to Chandler Rosenberger, Chair of the International and Global Studies Program at Brandeis University, about the emerging future in Europe. The conversation focusses on the different political cultures in Europe, different conceptions of nationalism, and the relationship between nationalism and democracy. Rosenberger shares his concern over the re-emergence in some states of an undemocratic and ethnic nationalism many thought had been put to rest after the “return to Europe” of the formerly communist nations of Eastern Europe. He describes the need to rethink the cultural and intellectual roots of the European project in order to reawaken a sense of Europe that people will want to belong to. The more successful politicians are in capturing the imagination of citizens, the more healthier the future of Europe will be. [Date of interview: February 28, 2017]
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In this episode, Olya Yordanyan and Toria Rainey talk to Chandler Rosenberger, Chair of the International and Global Studies Program at Brandeis University, about the emerging future in Europe. The conversation focusses on the different political cultures in Europe, different conceptions of nationalism, and the relationship between nationalism and democracy. Rosenberger shares his concern over the re-emergence in some states of an undemocratic and ethnic nationalism many thought had been put to rest after the “return to Europe” of the formerly communist nations of Eastern Europe. He describes the need to rethink the cultural and intellectual roots of the European project in order to reawaken a sense of Europe that people will want to belong to. The more successful politicians are in capturing the imagination of citizens, the more healthier the future of Europe will be. [Date of interview: February 28, 2017]
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