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ISBN-10 0131950428ISBN-13 9780131950429
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ISBN-10 0-13-189428-5ISBN-13 978-0-13-189428-0
Author(s): Judy Carter; George Irani; Vamik D. Volkan
Publisher: Longman
Copyright year: © 2009 Pages: 336
Description

Regional and Ethnic Conflicts: Perspectives from the Front Lines provides an alternative vantage point that contributes new perspectives to the study of ethnopolitical conflict.

The chapters comprising this reader have been contributed by people who have lived or worked in regions afflicted by ethnopolitical conflict. “Perspectives from the Front Lines” gives readers alternative, first-hand, front-line perspectives and insights on some of the major ethnopolitical conflicts plaguing the planet. Contributors describe and explain the factors and forces that have instigated and perpetuated the conflict in which they, their compatriots, and their enemies are ensnared. Contributors’ chapters provide front-line accounts of the realities and complexities of ethnopolitical conflict. Additionally, they note the clear and present danger that ethnopolitical conflicts pose to global security.

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