A Dyadic Approach to Diaspora Politics


Dr. Nikola Mirilovic, assistant professor, has recently published an article titled “Regime Type and Diaspora Politics: A Dyadic Approach.” This article was published by Foreign Policy Analysis. The article examines why some diaspora groups are more influential then others in helping facilitate cooperation between their country of origin and their country of residence. Dr. Mirilovic argues that diaspora politics are simultaneously structured by regime type in the country of origin and in the country of residence, and that diaspora groups best positioned to promote cooperation between their countries of origin and of residence are those that reside in a democracy and have a democratic country of origin.

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