Michael Keating
Plurinational Democracy: Stateless Nations in a Post-Sovereignty Era
June 14, 2019 Comments.. 929
Plurinational Democracy Stateless Nations in a Post Sovereignty Era Transnational integration and other challenges to the nation state have deprived it of its mystique and broken the automatic link between state and nation This has encouraged the revival of stateless

  • Title: Plurinational Democracy: Stateless Nations in a Post-Sovereignty Era
  • Author: Michael Keating
  • ISBN: 9780199275342
  • Page: 105
  • Format: Paperback
  • Transnational integration and other challenges to the nation state have deprived it of its mystique and broken the automatic link between state and nation This has encouraged the revival of stateless nationalisms, but also provided new means for their accommodation The author argues that these changes call for a radical rethinking of the nature of sovereignty and of theTransnational integration and other challenges to the nation state have deprived it of its mystique and broken the automatic link between state and nation This has encouraged the revival of stateless nationalisms, but also provided new means for their accommodation The author argues that these changes call for a radical rethinking of the nature of sovereignty and of the state itself to meet the twin challenges of recognition of nationality and of democracy Drawing on the experience of four plurinational state United Kingdom, Spain, Belgium, and Canada and of the European Union, he analyses the challenges of plurinationalism and its recognition.

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    1. Christian says:

      He is a political scientist saying that rather than a stateless transnational world, we observe a "complex political order with multiple sites of sovereignty, and asymmetrical constitutional arrangements." He discusses stateless nationalisms (e.g. the kurds or palestinians) but focuses on contemporary states with multiple nations - the UK, Spain, Belgium, and Canada.

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