- Title Pages
- Notes on Contributors
- List of Figures
- List of Tables
- Preface and Acknowledgements
- 1. Western Political Theory and Ethnic Relations in Eastern Europe
- 2.1 Liberal Pluralism and Post‐Communism
- 2.2 Rethinking the State, Minorities, and National Security
- 2.3 On the Chances of Ethnocultural Justice in East Central Europe
- 2.4 Nation‐States and Immigrant Societies
- 2.5 New Democracies in the Old World: Remarks on Will Kymlicka's Approach to Nation‐Building in Post‐Communist Europe
- 2.6 Some Doubts About ‘Ethnocultural Justice’
- 2.7 Reflections on Minority Rights Politics for East Central European Countries
- 2.8 Territorial Autonomy as a Minority Rights Regime in Post‐Communist Societies
- 2.9 Nation‐Building and Beyond
- 2.10 Ethnocultural Justice in East European States and the Case of the Czech Roma
- 2.11 Definitions and Discourse: Applying Kymlicka's Models to Estonia and Latvia
- 2.12 Universal Thought, Eastern Facts: Scrutinizing National Minority Rights in Romania
- 2.13 Perspectives on a Liberal‐Pluralist Approach to Ethnic Minorities in Ukraine
- 2.14 Can Will Kymlicka Be Exported to Russia?
- 2.15 Nation‐Building, Culture, and Problems of Ethnocultural Identity in Central Asia: The Case of Uzbekistan
- Reply and Conclusion
- Can Liberal Pluralism be Exported?
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