The ongoing reconstruction of world politics following the collapse of Soviet and Eastern European variants of communism have seemingly unleashed the power of ethnicity with a vengeance. Stack, Hebron, and their contributors explore the concept of ethnicty in international relations, seeking to address this most destabilizing, yet ubiquitous dimension of the emerging new world order.
Alford, Roger P. Arcuri, Alessandra Poli, Sara Bhattacharya, Dhrubajyoti Bravo, Karen E. Casagrande, Melissa Martins Franck, Susan D. Frey, Diane F. Happold, Matthew Heifer, Laurence R. Alter, Karen J. Guerzovich, M. Florencia Broude, Tomer Hestermeyer, Holger Joyce, Daniel Kelly, Claire R. Kurtz, Jurgen Lavranos, Nikos Bates, Elizabeth Stubbins.
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting-American Society of International Law, Vol. 103, Annual 2009