Examining the evolving responses to immigration, migrant integration and diversity of substate governments in Quebec, Flanders and Brussels, and Scotland, Fiona Barker explores what happens when the 'new' diversity arising from immigration intersects with the 'old' politics of substate nationalism in decentralized, multinational societies.
About the Author
Fiona Barker is Lecturer in Political Science and International Relations at the Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.
Table of Contents
1. Immigrant Newcomers and the Old Politics of Nationalism 2. Nationalism, Decentralization and the Politics of Migration 3. Taming the Trojan Horse: Quebec and the Politics of Demography 4. Managing Multiple Diversities: Belgian Federalism and the Flemish Politics of Integration 5. Civic and Economic Nationalism: the Scottish Turn to Immigration 6. Challenges and Opportunities of Governing Diversity in the Multinational Society