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The microfoundations of diaspora politics: unpacking the state and disaggregating the diaspora
ABSTRACT Recognising the need to unpack the ‘state’ and problematise the term ‘diaspora’, in this special issue we examine the various actors within (and beyond) the state that participate in theExpand
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The Politics of Nation-Building: Making Co-Nationals, Refugees, and Minorities
1. Introduction Part I. Theory: 2. The international politics of assimilation, accommodation, and exclusion Part II. Empirical Evidence: 3. Why the Balkans? 4. Cross-national variation:Expand
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When Do Votes Count?
The effects of electoral systems have been tested recently in Africa, raising several questions: Are the systematic effects of electoral rules the same across regime types? Does the conduct ofExpand
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Diplomacy and Displacement: Reconsidering the Turco-Greek Exchange of Populations, 1922–1934
  • Harris Mylonas
  • Political Science
  • Journal of Cold War Studies
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Threats to Territorial Integrity, National Mass Schooling, and Linguistic Commonality
Why are some countries more linguistically homogeneous than others? We posit that the international environment in which a state develops partially determines the extent of its linguistic commonalityExpand
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Which Land Is Our Land? Domestic Politics and Change in the Territorial Claims of Stateless Nationalist Movements
Why do stateless nationalist movements change the area they see as appropriately constituting the nation-state they aspire to establish? This article draws a number of hypotheses from the literatureExpand
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Interstate Relations, Perceptions, and Power Balance: Explaining China’s Policies Toward Ethnic Groups, 1949–1965
Why do multi-ethnic states treat various ethnic groups differently? How do ethnic groups respond to these state policies? We argue that interstate relations and ethnic group perceptions about theExpand
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De Facto States Unbound
De facto states are political entities that possess control of territory but lack international recognition. Such entities appear to violate the norm of border fixity and the principle of territorialExpand
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Nationalism and Foreign Policy
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