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The fate of the nation-state [electronic resource] / edited by Michel Seymour.

Contributor(s): Seymour, Michel, 1954-.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Montreal ; Ithaca : McGill-Queen's University Press, c2004Description: 1 online resource (441 p.).ISBN: 9780773571778 (electronic bk.); 0773571779 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Nation-state | Nationalisme | �Etat multinational | �Etat-nation | Nation | �Etat multinational | �Etat-nation | Nationalisme | Nationalstaat | POLITICAL SCIENCE / Essays | POLITICAL SCIENCE / Government / General | POLITICAL SCIENCE / Government / National | POLITICAL SCIENCE / Reference | Nation stateGenre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung. | Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Fate of the nation-state.DDC classification: 320.1 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Theories and practices / Michel Seymour -- Sleeping dogs, prowling cats, and soaring doves: three paradoxes of nationhood / Margaret Canovan -- Is modernity possible without nationalism? / Liah Greenfeld -- Four kinds of (post- )nation-building / Daniel Weinstock -- Nationalism and global democracy: between the myth of community and the mirage of the global village / Jocelyne Couture -- The nation-state and aboriginal self-determination / Ross Poole -- Collective rights in multi-nation states: from ethical individualism to the law of peoples / Michel Seymour -- The complementarity of rights: Rawls and Habermas on international justice for individuals and groups / David Ingram -- Are nation-states obsolete? The challenge of globalization / Kai Nielsen -- Global decency / Avishai Margalit -- Will Russia go the way of the Soviet Union? / Matthew Evangelista -- Civic nationalism and the Northern Ireland conflict / John McGarry -- Understanding the nation: the Scottish question / David McCrone -- Catalonia: a non-secessionist nationalism? / Montserrat Guibernau -- Settling partition hostilities: lessons learned, options ahead / Radha Kumar -- Understanding indigenous nationalism / Michael Murphy -- Linguistic rights for U.S. Hispanics / Thomas W. Pogge -- The status of Finland's Swedish national minority: exemplary -- but for whom? / Henry Milner -- The majority-minority syndrome and Muslim personal law in India / Rajeev Bhargava -- Ethnicity, migration, and statehood in post-cold war Europe / Rogers Brubaker -- The future of Indonesia / Benedict Anderson -- The future of the nation-state and Quebec-Canada relations / Kenneth McRoberts -- The rights and obligations of persons and nations / Michel Seymour.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction: Theories and practices / Michel Seymour -- PART ONE: THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS: NATIONAL, MULTINATIONAL, SUPRANATIONAL -- Sleeping dogs, prowling cats, and soaring doves: three paradoxes of nationhood / Margaret Canovan -- Is modernity possible without nationalism? / Liah Greenfeld -- Four kinds of (post- )nation-building / Daniel Weinstock -- Nationalism and global democracy: between the myth of community and the mirage of the global village / Jocelyne Couture -- The nation-state and aboriginal self-determination / Ross Poole -- Collective rights in multi-nation states: from ethical individualism to the law of peoples / Michel Seymour -- The complementarity of rights: Rawls and Habermas on international justice for individuals and groups / David Ingram -- Are nation-states obsolete? The challenge of globalization / Kai Nielsen -- Global decency / Avishai Margalit -- PART TWO: CASE STUDIES MULTINATIONAL SOCIETIES AND NATION-STATES -- Will Russia go the way of the Soviet Union? / Matthew Evangelista -- Civic nationalism and the Northern Ireland conflict / John McGarry -- Understanding the nation: the Scottish question / David McCrone -- Catalonia: a non-secessionist nationalism? / Montserrat Guibernau -- Settling partition hostilities: lessons learned, options ahead / Radha Kumar -- Understanding indigenous nationalism / Michael Murphy -- Linguistic rights for U.S. Hispanics / Thomas W. Pogge -- The status of Finland's Swedish national minority: exemplary -- but for whom? / Henry Milner -- The majority-minority syndrome and Muslim personal law in India / Rajeev Bhargava -- Ethnicity, migration, and statehood in post-cold war Europe / Rogers Brubaker -- The future of Indonesia / Benedict Anderson -- The future of the nation-state and Quebec-Canada relations / Kenneth McRoberts -- Conclusion: The rights and obligations of persons and nations / Michel Seymour.

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