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The Nation-State in Question
Edited by T. V. Paul, G. John Ikenberry, & John Hall

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Illustrations vii
Preface ix
Introduction: Nation-States in History 1
John A. Hall
PART 1 NATIONAL IDENTITIES
Chapter 1: Nationalism, Popular Sovereignty, and the Liberal Democratic State 29
Bernard Yack
Chapter 2: What States Can Do with Nations: An Iron Law of Nationalism and Federation? 51
Brendan O'Leary
Chapter 3: A State without a Nation? Russia after Empire 79
Anatoly M. Khazanov
Chapter 4: The Return of the Coercive State: Behavioral Control in Multicultural Society 106
Peter Baldwin
PART 2 STATE SECURITY
Chapter 5: States, Security Function, and the New Global Forces 139
T. V. Paul
Chapter 6: States and War in Africa 166
Jeffrey Herbst
PART 3 STATE AUTONOMY
Chapter 7: National Legislatures in Common Markets: Autonomy in the European Union and Mercosur 183
Francesco Duina
Chapter 8: The Tax State in the Information Age 213
Christopher Hood
Chapter 9: States, Politics, and Globalization: Why Institutions Still Matter 234
John L. Campbell
Chapter 10: Globalization, the State, and Industrial Relations: Common Challenges, Divergent Transitions 260
Rudra Sil
PART 4 STATE CAPACITY
Chapter 11: The State after State Socialism: Poland in Comparative Perspective 291
Grzegorz Ekiert
Chapter 12: Rotten from Within: Decentralized Predation and Incapacitated State 321
Minxin Pei
Conclusion
What States Can Do Now 350
G. John Ikenberry
Contributors 373
Index 377

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