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Ethnic Interest Group Influence on U.S. Foreign Policy: The Armenian, Ukrainian, and Baltic Experiences

The past 25 years has witnessed a growing scholarly interest in the role of ethnic interest groups, or diasporas, in the conceptualization of America’s foreign policy. In particular, the demise of the Soviet Union has created a need for more systematized look at the effect of post-Soviet immigrant-ethnic communities on America’s posture toward post-communist states. Of particular interest is mobilization of ethnic diasporas in the U.S. during periods of active conflict within their respective countries of origin.


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Source:: Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars


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