Can liberal pluralism be exported? : Western political theory and ethnic relations in Eastern Europe / edited by Will Kymlicka and Magda Opalski
- Liberal pluralism and post-communism / George Schöpflin -- Rethinking the state, minorities, and national security / Urszula Doroszewska -- On the chances of ethnocultural justice in east central Europe / Tibor Várady -- Nation-states and immigrant societies / Michael Walzer -- New democracies in the old world / Boris Tsilevich -- Some doubts about "ethnocultural justice" / Alexander Ossipov -- Reflections on minority rights politics for east central European countries / Panayote Dimitras and Nafsika Papanikolatos -- Territorial autonomy as a minority rights regime in post-communist countries / Pål Kolstø -- Nation-building and beyond / János Kis -- Ethnocultural justice in east European states and the case of the Czech Roma / Pavel Barša -- Definitions and discourse: applying Kymlicka's models to Estonia and Latvia / Vello Pettai-- Universal thought, eastern facts: scrutinizing national minority rights in Romania / Gabriel Andreescu -- Perspectives on a liberal-pluralist approach to ethnic minorities in Ukraine / Volodymyr Fesenko -- Can Will Kymlicka be exported to Russia? / Magda Opalski -- Nation-building, culture, and problems of ethnocultural identity in central Asia: the case of Uzbekistan / Aleksander Djumaev.
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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