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Immigration and the Nation-State
The United States, Germany, and Great Britain
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Political Studies, Vol 49, No 4 well-organized ... well-written
Boris Slijper, Royal Inst. of Int. Affairs, Vol.76, No.4, Oct.2000. an original and interesting selection of case-studies that is well-informed and broad in scope.
Miriam Feldblum, SAIS Review Winter-Spring 2000 Joppke presents a polemical and far-ranging review.
Miriam Feldblum, SAIS Review Winter-Spring 2000 his framework is quite useful for differentiating between Great Britain, the United States, and Germany ... Joppke sets up a comparative framework in which to assess the outcome of immigration policies across different national contexts.
Miriam Feldblum, SAIS Review Winter-Spring 2000 whether read as political critique or broad analysis, Joppke's study successfully integrates a comparative look at immigration control and immigrant incorporation, policy areas that are too often treated separately.
Miriam Feldblum, SAIS Review Winter-Spring 2000 provide important insights into the domestic determinants shaping immigration policy today ...Joppkes forthright and forceful assertion of the resilience of the nation-state in managing immigration policy should prove to be as useful and thought-provoking for policymakers as for scholars.
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Christian Joppke is Associate Professor in the Department of Political and Social Sciences, European University Institute, Florence. He is the author of East German Dissidents and the Revolution of 1989 (1995), and the editor of Challenge to the Nation-State (OUP, 1998), and Multicultural Questions (with Steven Lukes, OUP, forthcoming).
Part 1 Embattled entry: a nation of immigrants, again - the United States; not a country of immigration - Germany; the zero-immigration country - Great Britain. Part 2 Multicultural integration: race attacks the melting pot - the United States; from post-national membership to citizenship - Germany; between citizenship and race - Great Britain; resilient nation-states.