Handbook of Ethnic Conflict International Perspectives / edited by Dan Landis, Rosita D. Albert.
Ethnic conflicts are world-wide phenomena producing discrimination, violence, and at times, unspeakable atrocities. Two thirds of international conflicts today are ethnopolitical conflicts. Some are long-entrenched disputes dating back centuries. Others are the by-products of recent trends in immigr...
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- Theoretical Approaches in the Study of Ethno/Cultural Conflict
- Franco/Anglo Conflict in Canada
- Mexico's Ethnic Conflict
- Ethnic Conflict in Spain
- Ethnic Conflict in Ireland
- Muslims in the Netherlands
- Conflict in South Africa
- Confict in the South of Sudan
- Ideology of Small Differences: Dissolution and Fail of the Former Yugoslavia
- Crimea: Violence Avoided (A Study in Conflict Prevention)
- Peacebuilding and Possibilities for Resolution in the Cyprus Conflict
- Armenians in Turkey
- Israel: The Homeland of Jews, Arabs, and Palestinians
- The Palestinians in Israel: Ethnic-national Identity Conflict
- Interobjectivity and Conflict within Islam
- Ethnic and Religious Conflicts in India
- Interethnic Conflict in Malaysia
- Ethnopolitical Conflict in Sri Lanka
- Ethnic Conflict in China
- Social Psychology of Peace and Conflict in Mindanao
- Ethnic Conflict in Australia
- Ethnic Relations in New Zealand: Culture, Conflict, and Cohesion
- Ethnocultural Conflict and Cooperation in Hawaii
- Lessons Learned: What We Know and What We Don't Know.