“It is not enough to say that it is illegal to be racist, that it is illegal to spread racial hatred. We need to make it absolutely clear that racism is not socially acceptable.”
Interview with Prof. Dr Julie Smith (Baroness Smith of Newnham), Director of the European Centre at the Department of Politics and International Studies, Cambridge University, and a Fellow of Robinson College, Cambridge.
“Identitarian ideology is ultimately characterized by ethnic nationalism.”
Interview with Prof. Dr. Gudrun Hentges, Professor for Political Science, Educational Policy and Civic Education at the Universität zu Köln
„Each nation is entitled to its own flourishing in the garden of mankind, and nations can overlap and fertilise each other.”
Interview with Dr Edward Kanterian, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Kent
“The United Nations provide an established, structured, and institutionalised forum which emanates from the basic assumption of state egalitarianism”
Nationalism and Law: Interview with Prof Dr Heike Krieger, Faculty of Jurisprudence, Public Law, and Law of Nations, Freie Universität Berlin.
“With the Thirty Years’ War, a constant reflection about the question what makes a modern state began –how is it organised and what can it do for the wellbeing of its citizens.”
Interview with Prof. Dr. Marie-Thérèse Mourey
“By attacking modern art, the National Socialists attacked the concept of modernity as such.”
Dr Silke von Berswordt-Wallrabe, art historian and chairwoman of the foundation Situation Kunst in Bochum, Germany
“The right-wing rhetoric often seeks to polarise.”
Prof. Dr Fabian Virchow, University of Applied Sciences Düsseldorf
“Although not all nations are old, nationhood is.”
Prof. Dr Azar Gat, Tel Aviv University.
“Opening up towards strangers requires a stable identity.”
Prof. Dr Schmidt-Denter, University of Cologne
„We have to overcome the connection between nation and democracy.”
Prof. Dr Ulrike Guérot, Danube University Krems