Ethnic Cleansing as an Instrument of Nation-State Creation: Changing State Practices and Evolving Legal Norms

  title={Ethnic Cleansing as an Instrument of Nation-State Creation: Changing State Practices and Evolving Legal Norms},
  author={Jennifer Jackson Preece},
  journal={Human Rights Quarterly},
  pages={817 - 842}
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