The Self-determination of Peoples: Community, Nation, and State in an Interdependent World

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Wolfgang F. Danspeckgruber
Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2002 - 467 páginas
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Focusing especially on the era since the Cold War, political scientists, other scholars, and government officials examine both empirically and conceptually the causes and impacts of people striving for self-determination and autonomy. They consider the legal, political-administrative, ethnic-cultural, economic, and strategic dimensions; and try to consider examples from all major regions. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
 

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This should be 'the holy book' of understanding the nuances that encompass the concept of nationalism.

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Global Change and the Future of Existing NationStates
13
The Coherence of Doctrine Versus
31
Michael W Doyle
67
Em ilio J Cardenas and Maria Fernanda Cands
101
John Waterhury
119
SelfDetermination and Regionalization
165
Britain and Ireland France and Algeria Israel
201
SelfDetermination and the Stability of
227
Can Democracies Accommodate Ethnic Nationalism?
287
A Final Assessment Wolfgang Danspeckgruber
335
A List of Abbreviations and Acronyms
361
Principal Treaties and Agreements
407
The Contributors
449
About the Book
467
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