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Democracy and Ethnic Conflict : Advancing Peace in Deeply Divided Societies - Adrian Guelke

Democracy and Ethnic Conflict

Advancing Peace in Deeply Divided Societies

By: Adrian Guelke (Editor)


Published: 16th March 2004
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Democracy and Ethnic Conflict addresses the problem of establishing durable democratic institutions in societies afflicted by ethnic conflict. While the holding of multi-party elections usually plays a role in the ending of conflict, consolidating democracy presents a much larger challenge, as does preventing the perversion of democracy through the dominance of a particular ethnic group.

Transforming Ethnic Orders to Pluralist Regimes: Theoretical, Comparative and Historical Analysis
Case Studies Divided Societies, Electoral Polarization and the Basque Country
The Arab Minority in Israel Politics: Between 'Ethnic Democracy' and 'Democratic Integration'
The Autonomy Puzzle: Territorial Solutions to the Kashmir Crisis
The 'Velvet Divorce' of Czechoslovakia as a Solution to a Conflict of Nationalisms
Leadership and Developing Democracy Where There is None
Comparative Perspectives Using Public Opinion Polls to Support Peace Processes: Practical Lessons From Northern Ireland, Macedonia, Cyprus, Israel and Palestine
The Politics of Imitation: The Role of Comparison in Peace Processes
The Concept of Justice in the Early Post-Conflict Transitional Period: A Comparative Perspective
Punishment, Amnesty and Truth: Legal and Political Approaches
Deepening Democracy and Ethno-Political Mobilization: A Survey of Five Cases
Conclusion: Democracy and Ethnic Conflict
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ISBN: 9781403912473
ISBN-10: 1403912475
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 254
Published: 16th March 2004
Publisher: Palgrave USA
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 21.6 x 14.0  x 1.91
Weight (kg): 0.49
Edition Number: 1