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However, stateless nations, mobilized qua nations, will generally shun the idea of such partitioned autonomy. They generally seek to be collectively self-governing, that is, to incorporate most, if not all, of their members within a single autonomous unit. In cases where it is proposed to partition minority nationalities into multiple units, especially where the nationalities concerned already enjoy significant collective self-government, the division is likely to require massive coercion by state-wide majorities or military dictators.
3. Neturei Karta, from Babylonian Aramaic, נטורי קרתא, means ‘Guardians of the City’. The ethnoscape is obvious. The term itself comes from Jerusalem Talmud, Hagigah, 76c. Neturei Karta is a sect of orthodox Jews that considers political Zionism an abomination and calls for the dismantling of the state of Israel. References Appadurai, A. (1990) ‘Disjuncture and Difference in the Global Cultural Economy’, Public Culture, (2)2, 1–24. Bache, I. and Flinders, M. (2005) Multi-Level Governance (Oxford: Oxford University Press).
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