4 edition of National and international events and the incidence of ethnic conflict found in the catalog.
National and international events and the incidence of ethnic conflict
Richard S. Canter
by African Studies Center, Boston University in [Brookline, Mass.]
|Statement||Richard S. Canter.|
|Series||Working papers in African studies ;, no 3, Working papers in African studies (Brookline, Mass.) ;, no. 3.|
|LC Classifications||DT963.42 .C36 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||22 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||22|
|LC Control Number||77151331|
This volume analyzes the successes and failures of foreign interventions in intrastate ethnic wars. Adding value to current research in the fields of international security and conflict resolution, it adopts the unique approach of considering successes of third party actions not by durable peace established in a target country (which is the more traditional approach) but by actual fulfilment. Understanding the roots and causes of ethnic animosity; analyses of recent events in Bosnia, Kosovo, Rwanda, Somalia, and the former Soviet Union. Most recent wars have been complex and bloody internal conflicts driven to a significant degree by nationalism and ethnic animosity. Since the end of the Cold War, dozens of wars--in Bosnia, Kosovo, Rwanda, Somalia, the former Soviet Union, and 4/5(1).
Inter-group conflicts between members of rival social groups (e.g., ethnic populations, opposing political parties, religious groups) are a leading cause of discrimination, violence, and mass. The current attention to ethnic conflict contrasts markedly with the approach of previous periods. Since the prehistory of ethnic conflict management is largely forgotten, a digression may be permitted here.1 The first systematic international approach to the question of ethnonational minorities was developed in the aftermath of the First.
The wave of ethnic conflict that has recently swept across parts of Eastern Europe, the former Soviet Union, and Africa has led many political observers to fear that these conflicts are contagious. Initial outbreaks in such places as Bosnia, Chechnya, and Rwanda, if not contained, appear capable of setting off epidemics of catastrophic proportions/5(6). CSCW and Uppsala Conflict Data Program (UCDP) at the Department of Peace and Conflict Research, Uppsala University, have collaborated in the production of a dataset of armed conflicts, both internal and external, in the period to the Armed Conflict Dataset is primarily intended for academic use in statistical and macro-level research.
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Written by one of the worlds leading scholars in the field, this book provides an excellent introduction to ethnic conflict in the contemporary world. In ten concise chapters, Milton Esman explores the origins of ethnic pluralism and analyses the causes and manifestations of conflicts, both peaceful and violent, involving ethnic communities across the globe.
This book provides an excellent look in to some of the largest ethnic conflicts that have happened in recent years, and are happening still today. It covers topics such as Northern Ireland, Sudan, Israel and Palestine, and by: His main areas of interest are in the field of international (military) collaboration, post-conflict nation-building including civil-military cooperation, managing diversity and globalisation.
He has published some articles and chapters in edited volumes, both in Dutch and English (with some translations in German, Spanish, French and Russian).Cited by: "The William B. Gudykunst Outstanding Book Award,goes to Dan Landis and Rosita Albert for their extraordinary achievement in editing the Handbook of Ethnic Conflict: International Perspectives.
We members of the Selection Committee--Young Kim, Cookie Stephan, and David Sam—unanimously agree that, of the six books nominated, this Handbook of Ethnic Conflict is clearly the most worthy.
Ethnic Conflict: Looking Inside Groups. Ethnopolitics, Vol. 16, Issue. 1, p. CrossRef; “10 Million International Dyadic Events “ An Automated Information Extraction Tool for International Conflict Data with Performance as Good as Human Coders: A Rare Events Evaluation Design.” International Organization –42 Cited by: Ethnic Conflicts Ethnic conflicts do not only produce domestic results, but also affect international relations and foreign policy.
Thus, the political demands of some ethnic groups (eg secession) may affect the legitimacy of the state's territorial borders. In some cases, other states consider it. The Rwanda Genocide Top-Down View The conflict was generated by the majority (Hutus) The conflict could have been prevented by controlling political leaders.
The use of force would have been effective. The Event Between April and Junean estimatedRwandans were. The Center for Preventive Action's (CPA) Global Conflict Tracker is an interactive guide to ongoing conflicts around the world of concern to the United States.
The interactive covers nearly thirty. Ethnic conflict led to tens of millions of deaths throughout the 20th century due to governments and different ethnic groups fighting each other over racial, spiritual or cultural differences. There have been many horrific examples of ethnic conflict around the world, some of which still have serious tensions and outbreaks of violence today.
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It centers the debate on one, if not the most demanding, social challenge in years to come."—International Affairs. Causes of Ethnic Conflict Ethnic conflict has one of the most prominent issues in the country where there are multi ethnic citizen and also become a global concern. It is difficult to resolve ethnic conflict due to the differences in issue and background.
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conflict among ethnic groups but group’s conflict with state is also the part of ethnic politics. The study highlights various steps towards the development of politics of ethnicity. A life cycle model of ethnic conflict is also drawn to analyze various stages of conflict, and how the intensity of ethnic conflict with.
The completely updated new edition of this groundbreaking book provides readers with a clear analytical framework for understanding ethnic conflicts and how they affect international relations.
Taken as a whole, the book examines how successful the international system has been in managing the many ethnic conflicts that erupted after the Cold War. This updated edition reflects all recent world events, as well as the latest scholarship in the field.
(source: Nielsen Book Data). Ethnic conflict - Ethnic conflict - Types of ethnic groups: Not all ethnic groups are politically active or engage in ethnic conflict. Depending on the political structure of the state (democracy versus authoritarian regimes) and the size and situation of the ethnic minority (large versus small portion of the society, regionally concentrated versus dispersed), ethnic groups will have different.
Ethnic conflict is one of the major threats to international peace and security. Conflicts in the Balkans, Rwanda, Chechnya, Iraq, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, India, and Darfur, as well as in Israel, the West Bank, and the Gaza Strip, are among the best-known and deadliest examples from the late 20th and early 21st destabilization of provinces, states, and, in some cases, even whole.
Brookfield, Vermont: Dartmouth Publishing,pp. Ethnic Conflict and International Relations explores the causes and processes of ethnic conflict, and describes the mechanisms for resolution of ethnic conflicts.
Particular attention is given to the role of international politics in either promoting or resolving ethnic conflicts. National and Ethnic Conflict in the 21st Century. Brendan O'Leary, Series Editor. Anderson/Stansfield, Crisis in Kirkuk: The Ethnopolitics of Conflict and Compromise (eb ) Commercio, Russian Minority Politics in Post-Soviet Latvia and Kyrgyzstan: The Transformative Power.
Over the second half of the 20th century, conflicts within national boundaries became increasingly dominant. One-third of all countries experienced civil conflict. Many (if not most) such conflicts involved violence along ethnic lines. On the basis of recent theoretical and empirical research, we provide evidence that preexisting ethnic divisions do influence social conflict.
Our analysis also.ed. Identifying Potential Ethnic Conflict: Application of a Process Model(Santa Monica, Calif.: RAND Corporation, ).
2 For detailed account, see Paul F. Diehl and Gary Goertz, “Entering International Society: Military Conflict and National Independence, – ,”Comparative Political Stud no. 4 (January ):