63 Int'l J. [i] (2007-2008)

handle is hein.journals/intj63 and id is 1 raw text is: Volume LXIII No 1 I Winter 2007-08

Diasporas: What it now means to be Canadian
I       Editors' introduction
David G. Haglund and Joseph T Jockel
3       Redefining diaspora: The challenge of connection and indusion
Rima Berns-McGown
23      From a multicultural to a multiversal Canada
Robert Latham
43      Multiculturalism, transnationalism, and the hijacking of Canadian
foreign policy: A pseudo-problem?
Vic Satzewich
65      Dually divided? The risks of linking debates over citizenship to
attachment to Canada
Jack Jedwab
79     Transnationalism, active citizenship, and belonging in Canada
Lloyd L. Wong
Ioi     Fear and loathing in jus cogens: A journey to the heart of
international law
Ed Morgan
Second-generation connections
ii5     Introduction
Rima Berns-McGown
II6    Rejection and possibility: Being home
Meimuna Ahmed Gilao
123    Wanting to change my country-Canada
Sumaira Shaikh
127    Marginalizing identity: The I and the other of a second-generation
Christopher Stuart Taylor

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