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Globalization, Violent Conflict and Self-Determination

  • Editors
  • Valpy FitzGerald
  • Frances Stewart
  • Rajesh Venugopal

Part of the St Antony’s Series book series

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About this book


The authors show that with violent conflict in the developing world as the critical issue for the twenty-first century, and conflict prevention a central security problem for the developed and developing world, self-determination movements can only be understood, and conflict prevented, in the context of global economic and cultural forces


conflict Conflict Prevention Global economy globalization

About the authors

SANDRA DUDLEY Lecturer in the Department of Museum Studies at the University of Leicester, UK PIERRE ENGLEBERT Associate Professor of Politics at Pomona College, California , USA CATHIE LLOYD Senior Research Officer at the Department of International Development, Oxford University, UK WILL RENO Associate Professor of Politics at Northwestern University, Illinois, USA

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