Conclusion: Institutionalization of the Multisite Nation



Finally, this chapter provides an overview of themes analyzed in the book, discussing their implications for public policy and the expanded nation at large. It is concerned with issues of networking, crossborder interactions, and unpacking the logic of practices of the ensemble (diaspora and homeland), closing with a discussion of the territorial and extraterritorial anchorage of the cosmonation and how the shift from nation to cosmonation is reflective of the manifold aspects of the globalization process.


Institutional Mechanism Lobbying Effort Dual Citizenship Greek Government Diaspora Community 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.UC BerkeleyBerkeleyUSA

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