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APPENDIX: PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS

Ivan Koval’chenko, Academician-Secretary, Department of History, Russian Academy of Sciences

Welcome

Background

John Comaroff

Nationality, Ethnicity, Modernity: Paradoxes in the Politics of Identity

Valery Tishkov

Ethnic Constructions and Controls over Ethnicity

Rail’ Kuzeyev

National Movements and Alternatives for Russia: Democratic Federation, Unitary State or Disintegration?

Power Relations and Interethnic Conflict

Leokadia Drobizheva

Intellectuals and the Opposition Between Power and Ethnic Movements in Post-Soviet Societies

Elizabeth Kiss

Is Nationalism Compatible with Human Rights? Reflections of East-Central Europe

Ilga Apine

Specific Traits of Ethnic Conflicts in Latvia Political Interests and Power Distribution: Parties and Electoral Systems

Crawford Young

The Dialectics of Cultural Pluralism: Concept and Reality

Viktor Viktorin

The Kalmyk Area in the Lower Volga Region and the Problem of Realization of the Russian Federation’s Law “On the Rehabilitation of the Repressed Peoples''

Political Interests and Power Distribution: Constitutional Mechanisms

Gail Lapidus

From Democratization to Disintegration: The Impact of Perestroika on the National Question



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Balancing and Sharing Political Power in Multiethnic Societies APPENDIX: PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS Ivan Koval’chenko, Academician-Secretary, Department of History, Russian Academy of Sciences Welcome Background John Comaroff Nationality, Ethnicity, Modernity: Paradoxes in the Politics of Identity Valery Tishkov Ethnic Constructions and Controls over Ethnicity Rail’ Kuzeyev National Movements and Alternatives for Russia: Democratic Federation, Unitary State or Disintegration? Power Relations and Interethnic Conflict Leokadia Drobizheva Intellectuals and the Opposition Between Power and Ethnic Movements in Post-Soviet Societies Elizabeth Kiss Is Nationalism Compatible with Human Rights? Reflections of East-Central Europe Ilga Apine Specific Traits of Ethnic Conflicts in Latvia Political Interests and Power Distribution: Parties and Electoral Systems Crawford Young The Dialectics of Cultural Pluralism: Concept and Reality Viktor Viktorin The Kalmyk Area in the Lower Volga Region and the Problem of Realization of the Russian Federation’s Law “On the Rehabilitation of the Repressed Peoples'' Political Interests and Power Distribution: Constitutional Mechanisms Gail Lapidus From Democratization to Disintegration: The Impact of Perestroika on the National Question

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Balancing and Sharing Political Power in Multiethnic Societies Mikhail Saakishvili A Model of the National-Cultural Autonomy for Georgia Edward Ozhiganov Problems and Prospects for Constitutional Mechanisms in the Russian Federation Ethnic Relations and Democracy: Human Rights and Minority Rights Stanley Tambiah Ethnic Conflict and Democratization Khaljigit Sanakulov Inter-Ethnic Relations and Public Consciousness in Uzbekistan Carole Nagengast Human Rights and Minority Protections: Ethnicity, Nationalism, and the State