Balkan History Liane speaks with Nick Miller, who teaches Eastern European and Balkan history at Boise State University in Idaho. They discuss the origins of Serbian nationalism as a political philosophy, the effects of World Wars One and Two, and predictions for the future. Nick Miller is the author of "Between Nation and State: Serbian Politics in Croatia before the first World War."
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Liane speaks with Nick Miller, who teaches Eastern European and Balkan history at Boise State University in Idaho. They discuss the origins of Serbian nationalism as a political philosophy, the effects of World Wars One and Two, and predictions for the future. Nick Miller is the author of "Between Nation and State: Serbian Politics in Croatia before the first World War."