Journal on Ethnopolitics and Minority Issues in Europe : JEMIE

The journal is a multi-disciplinary journal which addresses minority issues across a broad range of studies, such as ethnopolitics, democratization, conflict management, good governance, participation, minority issues and minority rights. It is devoted to comparative analyses of current developments in minority-majority relations in the wider Europe.

Articles from Vol. 10, No. 1, 2011

Homogenisation and the 'New Russian Citizen': A Road to Stability or Ethnic Tension?
This article investigates the phenomenon of homogenizing policies in post-Yeltsin Russia. This consists of a series of measures that have effectively downgraded ethnicity and increased uniformity. First, the article outlines theories linking multiculturalism...
Minority Consultative Bodies in Kosovo: A Quest for Effective Emancipation or Elusive Participation?
This paper examines the extent to which effective political participation can be achieved through minority consultative bodies, and what obstacles and shortcomings can potentially occur in practice. It explores the Kosovo case, where a variety of minority...
Tatar Nation Building since 1991: Ethnic Mobilisation in Historical Perspective
This study analyses the process of ethnic mobilization in the Soviet and post-Soviet eras and assesses the way in which history, memory and the treatment of the Volga Tatars by the Soviet state, especially under Lenin and Stalin, affected their long...
The Dilemma in the Nation-Building Process: The Kazakh or Kazakhstani Nation?
This article analyses the nation-building strategy that Kazakhstan's government has implemented since independence. It examines why the nation builders have taken the decision to create two nations, the ethnic Kazakh nation and the civic Kazakhstani...
The Hungarian Presidency of the Council of the European Union: Focus on the Neighbourhood and on a European Roma Strategy
This article attempts to offer a concise overview of the main developments relating to the Hungarian presidency, notably in the areas of regional stability and interethnic relations.The first year in office of the new Hungarian government-elected with...
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