Microfoundations of Civil Conflict Reconciliation: Ethnicity and Context

@article{Dyrstad2011MicrofoundationsOC,
  title={Microfoundations of Civil Conflict Reconciliation: Ethnicity and Context},
  author={Karin Dyrstad and H. Buhaug and K. Ringdal and A. Simkus and O. Listhaug},
  journal={International Interactions},
  year={2011},
  volume={37},
  pages={363 - 387}
}
Comparative work on reconstruction and peace building in war-torn countries is dominated by a macro-oriented approach, focusing on structural political reforms, legal issues, disarmament, demobilization and reintegration of (rebel) soldiers, and repatriation of the displaced. This article offers a different perspective, examining micro-level determinants of reconciliation. Earlier research indicates that political attitudes in post–ethnic conflict societies are shaped by ethnic affinity. A… Expand

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