9780199242146

Minority Nationalism and the Changing International Order

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    9780199242146

  • ISBN10:

    0199242143

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2001-08-16
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press

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Summary

Globalization and European integration are sometimes seen as the enemies of nationalism, sweeping away particularisms and imposing a single economic, cultural and political order. The book argues on the contrary that, by challenging the 'nation-state' as the sole basis for identity andsovereignty, they open the way for a variety of claims by stateless nations. It is certainly true that recent years have seen a strong recurrence of nationalist claims, in Europe and in other parts of the world. At the same time, however, globalization and European integration provide new ways ofmanaging nationality claims. At one level, they lower the stakes in independence and might permit peaceful transitions to independence. Yet they may also make independence in the traditional sense less important and provide ways in which multiple and conflicting nationality claims could beaccommodated in new political structures. The chapters in this collection consider these issues from a theoretical perspective and through case studies of stateless nationalisms in western, eastern and central Europe, the former Soviet Union and Quebec. They record a wide variety of experiences andshow that, while there are no easy answers to conflicting national claims, there is reason to believe that they can be managed through democratic political processes.

Table of Contents

List of Figures
ix
List of Tables
ix
List of Abbreviations
xi
List of Contributors
xii
Introduction
1(18)
Michael Keating
John McGarry
I: Comparative and Philosophical Perspectives
Nations Without States: the Accommodation of Nationalism in the New State Order
19(25)
Michael Keating
Globalization, Cosmopolitanism, and Minority Nationalism
44(17)
Margaret Moore
Immigrant Integration and Minority Nationalism
61(23)
Will Kymlicka
National Identities in the Emerging European State
84(30)
David D. Laitin
From a Theory of Relative Economic Deprivation towards a Theory of Relative Political Deprivation
114(23)
Walker Connor
II: Case-Studies
Switzerland and the European Union: A Puzzle
137(18)
Jurg Steiner
Civil Society, Media, and Globalization in Catalonia
155(24)
Mireya Folch-Serra
Joan Nogue-Font
Globalization in a Very Small Place: From Ethnic to Civic Nationalism in Quebec
179(24)
Daniel Latouche
The Lure of Economic Prosperity versus Ethno-Nationalism: Turkish Cypriots, the European Union Option, and the Resolution of the Conflict in Cyprus
203(20)
Tozun Bahcheli
Nationalism and a Critique of European Integration: Questions from the Flemish Parties
223(23)
Janet Laible
Context and Contingency: Constitutional Nationalists and Europe
246(18)
James Mitchell
Michael Cavanagh
Projecting Sovereignty in Post-Soviet Russia: Tatarstan in the International Arena
264(31)
Katherine E. Graney
Globalization, European Integration, and the Northern Ireland Conflict
295(30)
John McGarry
Ethnic Relations, Nationalism and Minority Nationalism in South-Eastern Europe
325(17)
Mitja Zagar
Nationalism in Transition: Nationalizing Impulses and International Counter-weights in Latvia and Estonia
342(21)
Julie Bernier
Index 363

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