Review: “Ethnocultural Processes and National Problems in the Modern World” – ed. I. R. Grigulevich

“Ethnocultural Processes and National Problems in the Modern World” is a collection of essays by Soviet ethnologists edited by I. R. Grigulevich about ethnic, racial, and national issues in both the USSR and other countries. This is an impressively comprehensive book. Part 1 of the book examines ethnocultural processes in the USSR and is divided into regions and subjects. The Reflection of Ethnocultural Links in … Continue reading Review: “Ethnocultural Processes and National Problems in the Modern World” – ed. I. R. Grigulevich

(OLDIE!) Review: “Fiji: Race and Politics in an Island State” – Michael C. Howard

(This is an OLDIE – an old review from years ago! My views and opinions might have changed since then.) Michael Howard’s “Fiji: Race and Politics in an Island State” provides interesting insight into Fijian and Pacific politics, despite its liberal weaknesses. Fiji, the author argues, is no democratic and racial paradise but rather is an extremely divided country, a fact that the country’s repeated … Continue reading (OLDIE!) Review: “Fiji: Race and Politics in an Island State” – Michael C. Howard