|Title||Nationalism and human rights : In theory and practice in the Middle East, Central Europe, and the Asia-Pacific|
|Author||edited by Grace Cheng ; foreword by Zehra F. Kabasakal Arat|
|Imprint||New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2012|
|Descript||xii, 193p. ; 23 cm|
The relationship between nationalism and human rights: an introduction to the dimensions of the debate. -- Human rights as a security challenge: an examination of Turkish nationalist discourse on minority rights reforms. -- All in the name of human rights: a historical case study on Australian nationalism and multiculturalism, 1980-1990. -- Migrants at home: the impact of Israeli land policy and patrilocal residence on palestinian women in Israel. -- National rights, minority rights, and ethnic cleansing. -- Cosmopolitan citizenship as a thin concept: who is willing to die for humanity? -- The contradictions of human rights and sovereignty: contemporary dilemmas of postwar historical practice. -- Taming the nation-state: human rights and peoples. -- Conclusion: nationalism versus human rights.
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