Territorial Pluralism: Managing Difference in Multinational States (Ethnicity and Democratic Governance)

Territorial Pluralism: Managing Difference in Multinational States (Ethnicity and Democratic Governance)

By: Karlo Basta (editor), John McGarry (editor), Richard Simeon (editor)Hardback

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This book will interest scholars and practitioners concerned with nationalism and ethnic conflict, territorial politics and federalism, as well as democracy and democratization.

About Author

Karlo Basta is an assistant professor of political science at Memorial University of Newfoundland. John McGarry is Canada Research Chair in Nationalism and Democracy in the Department of Political Studies at Queen's University. Richard Simeon was a professor emeritus at the University of Toronto and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada. Other contributors: Mira Bachvarova, Bruce J. Berman, Cesar Colino, John Boye Ejobowah, Angustias Hombrado, Michael Keating, Peter Kraus, Andre Laliberte, Margaret Moore, Brendan O'Leary, Wilfried Swenden

Contents

Preface Introduction / Richard Simeon Part 1: Conceptual and Normative Dimensions 1 Territorial Pluralism: Taxonomizing Its Forms, Virtues, and Flaws / John McGarry and Brendan O'Leary 2 A Conceptual and Normative Analysis of Territorial Pluralism / Mira Bachvarova and Margaret Moore 3 Caught in the Minority Trap: Limits of Territorial Autonomy / Peter A. Kraus Part 2: Empirical and Comparative Dimensions 4 Is Federalism Like Snow, and Is It Exportable? Some Cautionary Notes on the Study of Federalism / Richard Simeon 5 Territorial Autonomy in Nationally Divided Societies: The Experience of the United Kingdom, Spain, and Bosnia and Herzegovina / Michael Keating 6 Sustaining Territorial Pluralism: The Political Economy of Institutional Change / Karlo Basta 7 Territorial Pluralism in Spain: Characteristics and Assessment / Cesar Colino and Angustias Hombrado 8 Belgium and the Crisis of Governability, 2007-11: Rebooting Territorial Pluralism? / Wilfried Swenden 9 Land and Citizenship in Nigerian Ethnofederalism / John Boye Ejobowah 10 Ethnic Territory, Land Tenure, and Citizenship in Africa: The Politics of Devolution in Ghana and Kenya / Bruce J. Berman 11 Consociational Theory, Self-Determination Disputes, and Territorial Pluralism: The Case of Cyprus / John McGarry 12 The Two Shadows of Empire and Still-Born Federalism in China / Andre Laliberte Conclusion: The Continuing Relevance of Territorial Pluralism / Karlo Basta and Richard Simeon Index

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780774828178
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 364
  • ID: 9780774828178
  • ISBN10: 077482817X

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