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Fabio Fossati

@inproceedings{Fossati2018FabioF,
  title={Fabio Fossati},
  author={F. Fossati},
  year={2018}
}
  • F. Fossati
  • Published 2018
  • The empirical evidence shows that since 1989 many conflicts have crystallized incompatibilities among different nations and/or civilizations, and that many conflicts have degenerated into wars (Huntington 1996). These (inter or infra civilization) conflicts may be defined as ‘cultural’ because they involve collective identities, along ethnic, linguistic or religious cleavages. Galtung (1981) defined civilizations as those groups of nations, sharing the same cosmologies. 

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