Migration and New International Actors:
An Old Phenomenon Seen With New Eyes
Editor: Maria Eugenia Cruset
Date Of Publication: Jan 2012
Recent studies on migration have been given a new focus and theoretical framework. The so-called “political dimension” of Diasporas, and their action at the international level as agents of para-diplomacy, as well as the introduction of analysis of the trans-national character of the migratory phenomenon, allow us to dig deeply into the field of our investigations, taking us out of the narrow frame of the Nation State.
Maria Eugenia Cruset is an historian specializing in International Relations with particular focus on diasporas and migration. She is a Professor at La Plata University and Católica La Plata University in Argentina, and Vasco de Quiroga in Mexico. She has taught as well as lectured at many universities in Chile, Brazil, Mexico, Ireland and Spain. She is Chair of the “Irish Lecture” at La Plata University and Director of the “Migration network” at Santiago de Chile University. She has published three books and over twenty articles. Currently her research interests include trasnational migration and diasporas strategies, and peace processes.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Non-state Multi-level Diplomacy and the Basque Diaspora
The Argentine Basque Diaspora: Origin, Role and Political Participation.
The Palestinian Community in South America: The Diaspora that Was Not
Ariel S. González Levaggi
Arabs and Muslims in Mexico: Paradiplomacy or Informal Lobby?
Galician in the Tropics: The History of Immigration in Brazil
Érica Sarmiento da Silva
Migration, Collective Organisation and Socio-Political Intervention: Notes on the Role of the Galician Community in Argentine in the Modernisation of Galicia (1900-1936)
Armenian Diaspora and the “Motherland”: Convergences and Divergencies in Dynamic and Complex Bonds
Diplomacy and Diasporas: The Irish-Argentine Case
Maria Eugenia Cruset
Peace and Reconciliation in Northern Ireland: The Role of Diaspora
Maria Eugenia Cruset