RESISTING THE NATION STATE: the pacifist and anarchist tradition
Geoffrey Ostergaard
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The nation state is the norm of modern political organisation. It is the almost unquestioning foundation of world order, the main object of individual loyalties, the chief definer of people's identity. It permeates our outlook so much that we hardly question its legitimacy today. Geoffrey Ostergaard looks at two movements that question the legitimacy of the state and the institution which is inextricably bound to it: War.