A general JEMIE issue with articles on a selection of themes is available for download on ECMI web-page.
The first JEMIE issue for the year 2018 includes three articles on various topics and a book review within the areas of ethnopolitics and minority issues:
Simon Schlegel (East-Ukrainian Centre for Civic Initiatives) with an article “How could the Gagauz Achieve Autonomy and what has it Achieved for them? A Comparison Among Neighbours on the Moldova-Ukrainian Border”.
Keywords: Ukraine; Moldova; Gagauz autonomy; language policy
Bertus de Villiers (University of Johannesburg) with an article “Is an Advisory Body for Aboriginal People in Australia Progress to Rectify Past Injustices of a “Toy Telephone”?: Insights from European and Other Examples”
Keywords: self-determination for Aboriginal people; constitutional recognition of Aboriginal People; advisory council; rights of indigenous people; Sami parliament; Minority Council in Germany; Council of Minorities in Singapore; House of Traditional Leaders in South Africa
Bekim Baliqi (University of Prishtina) with an article “Promoting Multi-Ethnicity or Maintaining a Divided Society: Dilemmas of Power-Sharing in Kosovo”
Keywords: Kosovo; power-sharing; consociational democracy; multi-ethnicity; identity
Alan B. Anderson (University of Saskatchewan) with a book review “The Crisis of Multiculturalism in Europe: A History”
About the JEMIE:
JEMIE – Journal on Ethnopolitics and Minority Issues in Europe is a peer-reviewed electronic journal edited under the auspices of the European Centre for Minority Issues (ECMI). JEMIE is a multi-disciplinary journal, which addresses minority issues across a broad range of studies, such as ethnopolitics, democratization, conflict management, good governance, participation, minority issues and minority rights. It is devoted to analysing current developments in minority-majority relations in the wider Europe, and stimulating further debate amongst academics, students and practitioners on issues of instability and integration that are hampering democratic development in Europe – both East and West.