Republic of Moldova between nation state building and ethnic diversity armonization: a retrospective
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PUTINĂ, Natalia. Republic of Moldova between nation state building and ethnic diversity armonization: a retrospective. In: Ţările post-sovietice între UE şi Federaţia Rusă – analiza circumstanţelor specifice şi tendinţelor politice. 27 septembrie 2016, Chișinău. Chișinău, Republica Moldova: Centrul Editorial-Poligrafic al USM, 2016, pp. 179-188. ISBN 978-9975-71-829-5.
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Republic of Moldova between nation state building and ethnic diversity armonization: a retrospective


Pag. 179-188

Putină Natalia
 
State University of Moldova
 
Disponibil în IBN: 17 iulie 2018


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The Republic of Moldova lived through two decades of independence. In these circumstances, the assertion of the national state has the irreversible consequences. Meanwhile the political situation in the country is unclear and duplicitous. Political dynamics of the Moldovan state was deeply influenced by the ethnic factors. Most of the current problems of transitional macro level essentially for the particular interests related to national identity, the nature of socio-political relations, relations goal-means mentality and descend from the totalitarian Soviet regime. Soviet state was not in fact a nation-state but centralized multiethnic state in which statehood nations have a formal character. The fight against the Soviet Union took the nationalist shape with popular support on behalf of the nation, especially in the Baltic republics, Russia,Ukraine, and Moldova. Thus, nationalism was a restructuring tool used by democratic movements and political elite as perpetual evidence of national identity and mobilizing principle of self-identification.

Cuvinte-cheie
ethnical politics, national state,

ethnic minority, statehood