Ethnic Diasporas and U.S. Foreign Policy
Yossi Shain explores the role of immigrant groups --or diasporas as he calls them --in providing support for democratization and self-determination in their ancestral countries. He argues that in the aftermath of the cold war, diasporas in the United States are likely to become more effective in pushing policy makers to adhere to America's professed values of promoting democracy abroad.
The Global Migration Crisis: Challenges to States and Human Rights, Myron Weiner Reviewed by Yossi Shain
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