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close this bookEthnicity and Power in the Contemporary World (United Nations University, 1996, 298 p.)
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close this folder1. Governance and conflict resolution in multi-ethnic societies
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View the document1 Governance, ethnicity, and conflict resolution
View the document2 The role of the state
View the document3 The concept of self-determination
View the document4 Governance and conflict resolution in multi-ethnic societies
View the document5 International responses and mechanisms
close this folder2. Ethnic conflict in the Horn of Africa: Myth and reality
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View the documentConceptual problems
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View the documentEthnicity and social harmony
View the documentThe role of ideology
View the documentTraditional remedies
View the documentAn alternative approach
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View the document3. Ethnic conflicts in the context of social science theories
close this folder4. Settlement of ethnic conflicts in post-Soviet society
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View the document2 Types of inter-ethnic conflicts and their distribution
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close this folder5. Dynamics of the Moldova Trans-Dniester ethnic conflict (late 1990s to early 1990s)
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View the document2 Historical background
View the document3 Linguistic disputes and growth of ethnic political activism in Moldova
View the document4 First power shift and proclamation of sovereignty
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View the document6 The august 1991 coup attempt and the transition to independence
View the document7 Large-scale inter-ethnic violence
View the document8 Bloodshed and conflict settlement in Bendery
View the document9 Socio-political change and inter-ethnic violence
View the document10 Ethno-political legitimacy crisis as transition to violence
View the document6. Ethnic conflict in the Osh region in summer 1990: Reasons and lessons
close this folder7. From centre-periphery conflict to the making of new nationality policy in an independent state: Estonia
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View the documentFrom country to borderland, from nation to minority
View the documentAn ethnically divided society
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close this folder8. Conflict management in the former USSR and world experience
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View the document5 Ethnic conflicts in the former USSR: history and lessons
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close this folder9. The dissolution of multi-ethnic states: The case of Yugoslavia
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View the documentThe situation after the process of dissolution
View the documentUnresolved problems will remain
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close this folder10. Ethnic conflict, federalism, and democracy in India
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View the documentIndia's ethnic spectrum
View the documentPotential for conflicts and their protraction
View the documentSimultaneous conflict formation and conflict containment
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close this folder11. An intractable conflict? Northern Ireland: A need for pragmatism
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close this folder12. Political autonomy and conflict resolution: The Basque case
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View the document4 The statute of autonomy
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close this folder13. Ethnic and racial groups in the USA: Conflict and cooperation
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View the documentPost-1965, immigration and the breakdown of the racial/ethnic dichotomy
View the documentVoluntary and involuntary minorities
View the documentThe identities of the dominant groups
View the documentIdentities and bias incidents
View the documentIncidents of bias in New York city
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close this folder14. Ethnic conflicts and minority protection: Roles for the international community
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View the document1 Why should the international community be concerned with ethnic conflicts?
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View the document3 Reconciling the humanist impulsion and the quest for a stable international order: Requirements by the international community on how to manage minority conflicts
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View the document15 The right to autonomy: Chimera or solution?
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