Managing Ethnic Conflict for Nation Building: A Comparative Study between Malaysia and Nigeria

@inproceedings{Saad2012ManagingEC,
  title={Managing Ethnic Conflict for Nation Building: A Comparative Study between Malaysia and Nigeria},
  author={Suhana Md Saad and Ray Ikechukwu Jacob},
  year={2012}
}
In several post-colonial countries, nation building has been regarded as one of the most important tasks since World War II. Globally, all aim to achieve unity and harmony among ethnic groups. This effort is not an easy task because of the characteristics of a third world country itself is colored by ethnic diversity. In some countries, the government's efforts to unite the nation face failure due to ethnic and religious conflicts. This study tries to explore how Malaysia and Nigeria manage… CONTINUE READING

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