Ethno-national conflict and its management

  title={Ethno-national conflict and its management},
  author={E. Woods and R. Schertzer and Eric P. Kaufmann},
  journal={Commonwealth & Comparative Politics},
  pages={153 - 161}
  • E. Woods, R. Schertzer, Eric P. Kaufmann
  • Published 2011
  • Economics
  • Commonwealth & Comparative Politics
  • 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 interdisciplinary field of ethnicity and nationalism studies. In this introduction, we briefly cover the objectives of the special issue, provide some tools for readers to assess the contributions against these objectives and, finally, sketch what can be expected from the four articles. The overall… CONTINUE READING
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