Terrorism, Lobbying and Multiculturalism: Diasporas in International Politics

Required:

Huntington , Clash of Civilizations , ch. 11- [PC] 909.829 HUN

Shain , Y. and A. Barth. 2003. ‘Diasporas and International Relations Theory , ‘ International organization , Vol.57 , No.3 , pp.449- 479  – SwetsWise

Mukta , P. & Bhatt , C. (2000) (eds) ‘Hindutva Movements in the West’ , Ethnic & Racial Studies Special Issue , 23 (3). – CE Library – I33 & Reference

Recommended

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De los Angeles Torres, M. 1995. ‘Encuentros Y Encontronazos: homeland in the politics and identity of the Cuban diaspora,’ Diaspora, Fall 1995, Vol.4, No.2, pp.211-238 

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Essay Question

·         Do diasporas strengthen or weaken nationalism?

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