Opondo's essay focuses on the theoretical stakes of the debates in Frederick Cooper's Citizenship between Empire and Nation and looks at how ethnological reason haunts the debates over how to govern different people differently while at the same time articulating the language of citizenship. The essay also engages a corollary to Cooper's elaborate treatment of the empirics of empire and the related empire of empirics by looking at the book's contribution to critical diplomatic theory.

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