Changing the Paradigm in Armenia-Diaspora Relations: State-Centered Institutions and Transnational Governance
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Nation-states that encompass large Diasporas are faced with the wider responsibility of accounting for two types of members: citizens that live within the territory of the state and members of the broader nation that reside in the Diaspora. In the Armenian case, legally speaking, an Armenian is a citizen of the Republic of Armenia; but, at the same time, a diasporan Armenian is equally qualified as an Armenian, even if they do not live within the legal boundaries of the state.
Nation-states; State-centrism; Armenia-Diaspora; Diaspora-Homeland relations; Origin-states
International Relations | Political Science | Social and Behavioral Sciences
Changing the Paradigm in Armenia-Diaspora Relations: State-Centered Institutions and Transnational Governance.