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Koinova, Maria (2012)
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd.
Languages: English
Types: Other
Subjects: JZ, HT, JV
This contribution to a forum on "Diasporas and IR" aspires to elucidate theoretical connections between International Relations as a discipline, and the under-theorized study of transnational diaspora poliics. It discusses two important concepts: "autonomy" of diaspora agents vis-a-vis original homelands, and their "positionality," or positions of power in different states and international organizations. These concepts are important yet undertheorized in the study of IR.
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    • Adamson, Fiona and Maria Koinova 2011. “The Global City as a Space for Kay Tetreault, 1993. “Frames of Positionality,” Shain, Yossi. 2002. “The Role of Diasporas in Conflict Perpetuation and Resolution,” SAIS Review, 22 (2): 115-144.
    • Shain, Yossi and Ahron Barth. 2003. “Diasporas and International Relations Theory,” International Organization 57 (Summer): 449-479.
    • Ragazzi, Francesco. 2009. “Governing Diasporas,” International Political Sociology, 3 (4): 378-397.
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