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Routledge International Handbook of Diaspora Diplomacy

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Liam Kennedy



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February 9, 2022 Forthcoming by Routledge
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Book Description

The Routledge International Handbook of Diaspora Diplomacy is a multidisciplinary collection of writings by leading scholars and practitioners from around the world. It reflects on the geopolitical and technological shifts that have led to the global emergence of this form of diplomacy and provides detailed examples of how governments, intergovernmental organizations (IGOs), non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and corporations are engaging diasporas as transnational agents of intervention and change.

The organization in six thematic parts provides for focused coverage of key issues, sectors and practices, while also building a comprehensive guide to the growing field. Each section features an introduction authored by the Editor, designed to provide useful contextual information and to highlight linkages between the chapters. Cross-disciplinary research and commentary is a key feature of the Handbook, providing diverse yet overlapping perspectives on diaspora diplomacy. Each chapter includes a list of references for further reading.

  • Part 1: Mapping Diaspora Diplomacy
  • Part 2: Diaspora Engagement: Policy and Diplomacy
  • Part 3: Diaspora Networks and Economic Development
  • Part 4: Conflict Transformation, Crisis and Humanitarian Action
  • Part 5: Long Distance Politics
  • Part 6: Advancing Diaspora Diplomacy Studies

The Routledge International Handbook of Diaspora Diplomacy is a key reference point for study and future scholarship in this nascent field.

Table of Contents

Introduction

Liam Kennedy

Part 1: Mapping Diaspora Diplomacy

1. Diasporas and Public Diplomacy: From History to Policy

Nicholas J. Cull

2. Diaspora Diplomacy in Myanmar: The Role of "Multiple Worlds" in World Politics

Elaine Lynn-Ee Ho and Fiona McConnell

Part 2: Diaspora Policies and Strategies

3. Diaspora Engagement Strategies: Theory and Case Study Evidence

David Leblang and Jenny Glazier

4. Innovating Through Engagement: Mexico's Model to Support its Diaspora

Juan Carlos Mendoza Sánchez and Ana Céspedes Cantú

5. Chinese Diaspora’s New Roles in China’s Diplomacy

Sheng Ding

6. India and Indian Diaspora: Rethinking Homeland in the 21st Century

Ajaya K. Sahoo and Anindita Shome

7. A Too Successful Diaspora Diplomacy?: The Case of Israel

Adi Schwartz

8. Croatia’s Diaspora Strategy: History, Transition, Status and Outlook

Caroline Hornstein Tomić, Katharina Hinić and Ivan Hrstić

9. Diaspora Engagement in the US (2010-2016)

Jeffrey L. Jackson

Part 3: Diaspora Networks and Economic Development

10. Diaspora and Transnational Communities’ and Economic Contributions

Deepali Fernandes

11. Diaspora Capital and Transnational Economic Development

Manuel Orozco

12. Diaspora as Actors of Economic Diplomacy

Michaella Vanore

13. Africans in the Diaspora: Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Investment, and Human Capital Development

Almaz Negash

14. Diaspora Philanthropy: Unlocking New Portals for Diplomacy and Development

Kingsley Aikins and Martin Russell

Part 4: Long Distance Politics

15. Diasporas’ Political Rights and the Heterogeneous, Nonlinear Unfolding of External Citizenship in Latin America

Ana Margheritis

16. Long Distance and Diaspora Youth: A Closer Look at Turkey’s Diaspora Engagement Policies Aimed at Post-Migrant Generations

Ayca Arkilic

17. Policymakers and Diasporas in Informal Public Diplomacy

Nadejda K. Marinova

18. From the Good Friday Agreement to Brexit: Irish Diaspora Diplomacy in the United States

Liam Kennedy

19. Diaspora Networks, Fragile States: Conflict and Cooperation

David Carment, Milana Nikolko, Sam MacIsaac and Dani Belo

20. Iraqi Diaspora in the US and US-Iraq Relations

Mahdi Bahmani

21. Seeking Justice from Abroad: Diasporas and Transitional Justice

Dženeta Karabegović and Camilla Orjuela

22. Diasporas, Home Conflicts, and Conflict Transportation in Countries of Settlement

Élise Féron

23. Diaspora Diplomacy Under Authoritarianism: Practices of Transnational Repression in World Politics

Gerasimos Tsourapas

Part 5: Digital Diasporas, Media and Soft Power

24. Diaspora, Digital Diplomacy and Rebuilding the Somali State

Idid Osman

25. Diaspora Diplomacy in the Digital Age

Corneliu Bjola, Ilan Manor and Geraldine Asiwome Adiku

26. Chinese-Language Digital/Social Media in Australia: Diaspora as "Double Agents" of Public Diplomacy

Wanning Sun

27. Using Technology to Channel Diaspora Knowledge Remittances at Scale

Ronit Avni

Part 6: Advancing Diaspora Diplomacy Studies

28. Diasporas, Development and the Second Generation

Mari Toivanen and Baher Baser

29. Theorising Diaspora Diplomacy

Eytan Gilboa

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Editor(s)

Biography

Liam Kennedy is Professor of American Studies and Director of the Clinton Institute at University College Dublin. His research interests include American cultural and media studies, diaspora and globalization, and Irish-US relations. He is the author of Race and Urban Space in American Culture (2000), and Afterimages: Photography and US Foreign Policy (2016), and editor/co-editor of Urban Space and Representation (1999), The Visual Culture of Urban Regeneration (2004), The Wire (2012), The Violence of the Image (2014), Neoliberalism and American Literature (2019), and Trump’s America (2020). He is currently researching a study of the Irish diaspora in the United States.

Reviews

"In the face of the rise of nativist and populist movements around the world, the Routledge Handbook on Diaspora Diplomacy fills a critical vacuum in the literature by highlighting the multifaceted, complex, and critical role of diasporas in international diplomacy and politics."

Amelia Arsenault

"The Routledge Handbook of Diaspora Diplomacy represents a path-breaking reconnaissance-in-strength into an emerging and increasingly important dimension of international and transnational relations."

Paul Sharp, Professor of Political Science, University of Minnesota Duluth