The Politics of Ethnic Conflict Regulation
Case Studies of Protracted Ethnic Conflicts
This major and timely collection addresses one of the world's most visible and tragic problems: ethnic conflict and its regulation. It begins with a guide to the primary methods used to eliminate or manag eethnic conflict, and is followed by a global sample of case studies written by leading authorities in their fields.
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Case studies: Canada, the Soviet Union and its successor states, India (Punjab), Malaysia, Northern Ireland, Burundi, Yugoslavia, Spain, South Africa, Fiji, Belgium
'This book will provide a useful and readable introduction for all those interested in ethnic conflicts beyond these shores.' - Duncan Morrow, Fortnight Magazine