Where Nation-States Come from: Institutional Change in the Age of Nationalism

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To date, the world can lay claim to little more than 190 sovereign independent entities recognized as nation-states, while by some estimates there may be up to eight hundred more nation-state projects underway and seven to eight thousand potential projects. Why do a few such endeavors come to fruition while most fail? Standard explanations have pointed to national awakenings, nationalist mobilizations, economic efficiency, military prowess, or intervention by the great powers. "Where Nation-States Come From" provides a compelling alternative account, one that incorporates an in-depth examination of the Russian Empire, the Soviet Union, and their successor states. Philip Roeder argues that almost all successful nation-state projects have been associated with a particular political institution prior to independence: the segment-state, a jurisdiction defined by both human and territorial boundaries. Independence represents an administrative upgrade of a segment-state. Before independence, segmental institutions shape politics on the periphery of an existing sovereign state. Leaders of segment-states are thus better positioned than other proponents of nation-state endeavors to forge locally hegemonic national identities. Before independence, segmental institutions also shape the politics between the periphery and center of existing states. Leaders of segment-states are hence also more able to challenge the status quo and to induce the leaders of the existing state to concede independence. Roeder clarifies the mechanisms that link such institutions to outcomes, and demonstrates that these relationships have prevailed around the world through most of the age of nationalism.

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Winner of the 2008 Davis Center Book Prize, American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies (AAASS)

"Given that most secession efforts are linked to conflict, including terrorism. . . . Roeder's study should be valuable for scholars as well as policy-makers. Roeder addresses the crucial question of why some nation-state projects succeed while others fail in spite of the presence of factors generally regarded as essential for nationalist success: ethnic group identity, grievance against the central regime, mobilization of the people, and international recognition. By examining these factors within the framework of administrative structures. . . . Roeder shows that, in most cases, it is preexisting institutions…that produce the decisive 'alignment' of factors. Without this a nation-state is not likely to be established." --R. P. Peters, University of Massachusetts at Boston, for Choice

"Roeder's knowledge of Soviet and Russian politics is impressive and students of nationalism will find this essential reading. Where Nation States Come From is highly recommended for students of nationalism, Eastern European and Central Asian politics and comparative politics and international politics in general." --James G. Mellon, Political Studies Review

"This is a terrific book. Roeder launches uncompromising attacks on those who emphasize the role of ideology, norms, and ideas in accounting for the success or failure of nationalist projects. He makes a compelling case for the central importance of state institutional structures and the elites they empower. His analysis is thorough almost to a fault, leading him to explore a wide range of relevant themes. . . . [This is] a formidable piece of scholarship on the relationship between nationalism and state formation in the modern era." --Daniel H. Nexon, International History Review

" Where Nation-States Come From sets a high standard for scholarship indeed. With this book, Roeder has hit the proverbial home run." --Hendrik Spruyt, Perspectives on Politics

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Philip G. Roeder is professor of political science at the University of California, San Diego.

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