Minority Nationalism and the Changing International Order

Synopsis

'Keating and McGarry have taken on an important subject and have assembled a range of able contributors to produce a valuable volume of theoretical examinations and case studies addressing the new (and old) dynamics of minority nationalism in the era of globalization... this is a significant contribution to the study of ethnopolitics, which will have its use in advanced undergraduate and graduate teaching as well as in the debates among scholars and policy makers.' -Canadian Journal of Political Science'Keating makes a number of important points with regard to the changing nature of the state in an international or regional framework in which the notion of sovereignty has radically changed.' -Canadian Journal of Political ScienceGlobalization and European integration have not meant the end of nationalism but they have eroded the old nation state. This both encourages the emergence of new nationalist claims, and opens new possibilities for dealing with them. The book looks at nationalism in the global age and at cases in western, central and eastern Europe, the former Soviet Union and Quebec.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Michael Keating
  • Margaret Moore
  • Will Kymlicka
  • David D. Laitin
  • Walker Connor
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Oxford
Publication year:
  • 2001