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Theory and Practice in Ethnic Conflict Management

Theorizing Success and Failure

  • Marc Howard Ross
  • Jay Rothman

Part of the Ethnic and Intercommunity Conflict Series book series (EAI)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvii
  2. Marc Howard Ross, Jay Rothman
    Pages 1-23
  3. Meltem Müftüler-Bac
    Pages 103-119
  4. David Gorman
    Pages 161-175
  5. Karin Lucke
    Pages 195-208
  6. Marc Howard Ross, Jay Rothman
    Pages 240-253
  7. Back Matter
    Pages 255-263

About this book

Introduction

Throughout the world there are efforts both large and small to address ethnic conflicts-identity based disputes between groups who are unable to live side-by-side in the same state. This book brings together a collection of case studies on interventions in ethnic conflicts throughout the world in which the nature of the state is a core concern (Turkey, Russia, Macedonia, Guatemala, Israel, Cyprus, Northern Ireland, South Africa, US) and asks how the projects themselves understand success and failure in ethnic conflict resolution. It emphasises the complexity and importance of better understanding ways in which small-scale interventions can sometimes have a large impact on large-scale ethnic conflict, and how the goals of the intervenors shift as the participants redefine the identities and interest at stake.

Keywords

awareness complexity conflict conflict resolution conflicts government identity Israel management nature participation service state Union Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR)

Editors and affiliations

  • Marc Howard Ross
    • 1
  • Jay Rothman
    • 2
  1. 1.Bryn Mawr CollegeBryn MawrUSA
  2. 2.The ARIA Group Inc and Scholar-in-ResidenceMcGregor School of Antioch UniversityYellow SpringsUSA

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