Varieties of Sovereignty and Citizenship

A broad range of scholars from different disciplines reflect on the likely transformation of the world away from the absolute sovereignty of independent nation-states to the proliferation of varieties of plural citizenship, and on the emergence of possible new forms of allegiance.

Varieties of Sovereignty and Citizenship

Sigal R. Ben-Porath and Rogers M. Smith, Editors

2012 | 352 pages | Cloth $79.95
Political Science
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Table of Contents

Introduction
—Sigal R. Ben-Porath and Rogers M. Smith

I. WAR, SOVEREIGNTY, AND PLURAL CITIZENSHIPS
Chapter 1. Sovereignty Out of Joint
—Arjun Chowdhury
Chapter 2. War, Rights, and Contention: Lasswell v. Tilly
—Sidney Tarrow
Chapter 3. Subcontracting Sovereignty: The Afterlife of Proxy War
—Anna Tsing
Chapter 4. In Conflict: Sovereignty, Identity, Counterinsurgency
—Nasser Hussain

II. IMMIGRATION, SOVEREIGNTY, AND PLURAL CITIZENSHIPS
Chapter 5. Citizen Terrorists and the Challenges of Plural Citizenship
—Peter H. Schuck
Chapter 6. Immigration, Causality, and Complicity
—Michael Blake
Chapter 7. The Missing Link: Rootedness as a Basis for Membership
—Ayelet Shachar

III. ON COSMOPOLITAN ALTERNATIVES
Chapter 8. World Government Is Here!
—Robert E. Goodin
Chapter 9. If You Need a Friend, Don't Call a Cosmopolitan
—Jeremy Rabkin
Chapter 10. The Physico-Material Bases of Cosmopolitanism
—Pheng Cheah	
Chapter 11. Citizens of the Earth: Indigenous Cosmopolitanism and the Governance of the Prior
—Elizabeth A. Povinelli
Chapter 12. The Idea of Global Citizenship
—David Miller
Chapter 13. Why Does the State Matter Morally? Political Obligation and Particularity
—Anna Stilz

List of Contributors
Notes
Index