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close this bookEthnicity and Power in the Contemporary World (United Nations University, 1996, 298 p.)
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Open this folder and view contents1. Governance and conflict resolution in multi-ethnic societies
Open this folder and view contents2. Ethnic conflict in the Horn of Africa: Myth and reality
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Open this folder and view contents5. Dynamics of the Moldova Trans-Dniester ethnic conflict (late 1990s to early 1990s)
View the document6. Ethnic conflict in the Osh region in summer 1990: Reasons and lessons
Open this folder and view contents7. From centre-periphery conflict to the making of new nationality policy in an independent state: Estonia
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Open this folder and view contents9. The dissolution of multi-ethnic states: The case of Yugoslavia
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Open this folder and view contents11. An intractable conflict? Northern Ireland: A need for pragmatism
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View the document15 The right to autonomy: Chimera or solution?
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