Ethno-national conflict and its management

@article{Woods2011EthnonationalCA,
  title={Ethno-national conflict and its management},
  author={Eric Taylor Woods and Robert Schertzer and Eric Kaufmann},
  journal={Commonwealth \& Comparative Politics},
  year={2011},
  volume={49},
  pages={153 - 161}
}
This special issue of Commonwealth & Comparative Politics covers the topic of ethno-national conflict management, with a particular focus on the intersection between this body of work and the inter... 
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