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Forecasting Instability : Are Ethnic Wars and Muslim Countries Different ?

@inproceedings{Gurr2005ForecastingI,
  title={Forecasting Instability : Are Ethnic Wars and Muslim Countries Different ?},
  author={Ted Robert Gurr},
  year={2005}
}
Prepared for delivery at the 2005 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, September 1-4, 2005. Copyright by the American Poli tica Science Association. The research summarized in this paper was done as part of the wo rk of the Political Instability Task Force (formerly the State Failure Task Force), and the au thors acknowledge the invaluable work of members of the Task Force who helped design and eva luate successive versions of these models, in particular Robert H. Bates… 

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