The Politics of Smallness in Modern Europe: Size, Identity and International Relations since 1800
Rather than simply assuming that some states are small and others are big, The Politics of Smallness in Modern Europe delves deep into the construction of different size-based hierarchies in Europe and explores the way Europeans have thought about their own state's size and that of their continental neighbours since the early 19th century.
Dr Samuel Kruizinga (University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands)
- Bloomsbury Academic
- 264 pages
- United Kingdom
- European history