Diasporas and Ethnic Migrants: Germany, Israel and Russia in Comparative Perspective
This work adopts a comparative approach to explore interrelations between two phenomena which, so far, have rarely been examined and analysed together, namely the dynamics of diaspora and minority formation in Central and Eastern Europe on the one hand, and the diaspora migration on the other.
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A Comparative Perspective
PART II THEORITICAL AND COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES
2 From Diasporas to Migrantsfrom Migrants to Diasporas
Between Self and Other?
4 The American Model of Diasporic Discourse
ETHNIC UNMIXING AND FORCED MIGRATIONS IN TWENTIETHCENTURY EUROPE
Structural Factors and Agents of Ethnic Cleansing
An Account of Expulsions in Europe
Citizenship and Political Community in Estonia and Kazakhstan
ETHNIC MIGRATION AND DIASPORA EXISTENCE IN TRANSITION
15 Ethnic Germans in Central and Eastern Europe and their Return to Germany
German Language Proficiency and its Impact on Integration
The Transformation of State Priorities
18 Who Organizes? The Political Opportunity Structure of CoEthnic Migrant Mobilization
OLD DIASPORAS AND NEW IMMIGRANTS
Returning Diaspora and NationBuilding
Repatriation or Privileged Migration?
NEW DIASPORAS AND ETHNIC MIGRANTS
Migration and the Changing Nationality Composition of the Soviet Successor States
The Return of Diasporas?
10 Returning Home? Approaches to Repatriation and Migrant Resettlement in PostSoviet Russia
The Immobility of the Russian Diaspora in the Baltics
Ethnic Restructuring and its Aftermath in the Baltic states
13 The RussianSpeaking Identity under the Latvian Language Policy
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