National Minorities and the European Nation-States System

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The collapse of Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia, and the Soviet Union has resulted in a proliferation of discontented national minorities who have emerged as a major focus of international relations in post-Cold War Europe. Examining these issues against the backdrop of relevant treaties, diplomatic negotiations, and international practices, Jennifer Jackson Preece's powerful new study presents the definitive assessment of the fate of national minorities in the European states system.

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Jennifer Jackson Preece is a Lecturer on Nationalism in Europe at the European Institute, London School of Economics and Political Science. She was awarded a Commonwealth Scholarship for doctoral studies at Oxford University. Her doctoral dissertation, on which this publication is based, was awarded the Bapsybanoo Marchioness of Winchester Thesis Prize (for the best dissertation on human rights) by Oxford University in 1997.

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`the book is interesting for its historical examination of the various attempts by the international legislative bodies of different eras to address national minority issues within Europe.' Sarah D Duncan Glassburner, Internat. Law and Politics.

`Even for a reader having little or no familiarity with the specifics of the League of Nations, Jackson Preece provides an interesting examination of this inter-war period and the ambitious efforts of some international law-makers to address the needs of the natonal minority communities in Eastern Europe. Jackson Preece skillfully demonstrates the effects of these measures, which were in essence imposed by the stronger Western European nations, on the system that developed following World War II.' Sarah D Duncan Glassburner, Internat. Law and Politics.

`insightful commentary on the development of European policies regarding national minorities.' Sarah D Duncan Glassburner, Internat. Law and Politics.

`a competent historical evaluation of attempts by the international community to address the issues associated with national minorities within Europe.' Sarah D Duncan Glassburner, Internat. Law and Politics.

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