nationalism

Ukraine's Foreign Policy Guidelines in the Geopolitic Vision of Dmytro Andrievsky (20-s - 30-s of XX century)

 

The purpose of this work is to analyze geopolitical Dmytro Andrievsky’s vision in terms of Ukraine’s foreign policy objectives and its geopolitical positioning in both Eastern Europe and broader range of international politics. The work is carried out using the following scientific methods: method of historicism, comparative and analytical methods, and structured systems analysis.

The Institutional Essence of the State in the Worldwide Political Thought

In the article the view on the institutional essence of the state in the context of the dialectic of its relationship with society in the main ideological and political directions of world political opinion – liberalism, conservatism, nationalism, and socialism is investigated.

System-structured, comparative and historical methods of research were used here.

Welsh nationalism

The article refers to the Welsh, one of nations inhabiting the area of the United Kingdom. The aim of the study is to demonstrate the specificity of Welsh nationalism, which despite strong English domination, allowed this nation to preserve its tradition, culture, language for centuries, and create a rational attempt to maintain their own identity on the British Isles. Analysis of British nationalism shows that the Welsh are most often treated as the “last in line” after Englishmen, Irishmen from North and Scots.