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The Territorial Management of Ethnic Conflict (The Cass Series in Regional and Federal Studies)

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The object of this book is to look at the manner in which states attempt to cope with ethnic conflict through territorial approaches. This revised edition has new chapters covering Northern Ireland, South Africa and Yugoslavia.

The object of this book is to look at the manner in which states attempt to cope with ethnic conflict through territorial approaches. This revised edition has new chapters covering Northern Ireland, South Africa and by: The territorial management of ethnic conflict. [John Coakley;] The object of this book is to look at the manner in which states attempt to cope with ethnic conflict through territorial approaches.

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Kirschbaum. The Territorial Management of Ethnic Conflict (The Cass Series in Regional and Federal Studies) John Coakley. The object of this book is to look at the manner in which states attempt to cope with ethnic conflict through territorial approaches.

This revised edition has new chapters covering Northern Ireland, South Africa and Yugoslavia. Book Description. The object of this book is to look at the manner in which states attempt to cope with ethnic conflict through territorial approaches.

This revised edition has new chapters covering Northern Ireland, South Africa and Yugoslavia. An obvious approach is to begin with the issue raised in the introduction: the menu of options open to the state.

Following an elaboration of this point, the discussion turns to the theme of this book, as developed in the chapters that have The Territorial Management of Ethnic Conflict book case studies of the territorial management of ethnic conflict.

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PDF | On Dec 7,Harihar Bhattacharyya and others published Indian federalism at the crossroads: Limits of the territorial management of ethnic conflict | Find, read and cite all the research. An ethnic conflict is a conflict between two or more contending ethnic groups.

While the source of the conflict may be political, social, economic or religious, the individuals in conflict must expressly fight for their ethnic group's position within society.

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This final criterion differentiates ethnic. Ethnic Armed Conflict and Territorial Administration in Myanmar Rural and mountainous areas across many of Myanmar’s non-Bamar regions are contested by multiple gover-nance actors with overlapping claims to territory, including: the Myanmar government and armed forces, count-File Size: 2MB.

THE TERRITORIAL MANAGEMENT OF ETHNIC CONFLICT THE CASS SERIES IN REGIONAL AND FEDERAL STUDIES ISSN General Editor: John Loughlin This series brings together some of the foremost academics and theorists to examine the timely subject of regional and federal issues, which have become key questions in political analysis and practice all over the world.

By allowing ethnic groups to exercise some degree of self-government over sensitive issues like education, language, and/or religion, ethnofederalism removes these as sources of conflict at the central level, thereby reducing ethnic tensions across the by: 9.

Territorial accommodation in the management of ethnic conflict, while widely practised, has also been the subject of much academic debate which has failed to reach a conclusive verdict on its utility to contribute to sustainable conflict by: 7.

Ethnic conflicts have shaped the 20th century in significant ways. While the legacy of the last century is primarily one of many unresolved conflicts, the author contends that Western Europe has a track record in containing and settling ethnic conflicts which provides valuable lessons for conflict management elsewhere.

Focusing on ethno-territorial crossborder conflicts in Alsace, the Saarland. This book considers the relationship between territorial autonomy arrangements and ethnic conflict. As a means of ethnic conflict management, autonomy arrangements enjoy wide support among policymakers and academics.

Countries ranging from the Sudan, the Philippines, and Britain have in recent years each experimented with the establishment of autonomy arrangements as a means of promoting Author: Matthew Hoddie, Caroline A. Hartzell.

John McGarry and Brendan O'Leary (eds), THE POLITICS OF ETHNIC CONFLICT: CASE‐STUDIES OF PROTRACTED ETHNIC CONFLICTS, London: Routledge,x + pp., £ and £ (paper).

Thomas Ohlson and Stephen John Stedman, with Robert Davies, THE NEW IS NOT YET BORN: CONFLICT RESOLUTION IN SOUTHERN AFRICA, Washington, DC: The Brookings.

Territorial disputes are often related to the possession of natural resources such as rivers, fertile farmland, mineral or oil resources although the disputes can also be driven by culture, religion and ethnic orial disputes result often from vague and unclear language in a treaty that set up the original boundary.

Copier Fessha Yonatan Tesfaye, «Federalism, Territorial Autonomy and the Management of Ethnic Diversity in Africa: Reading the Balance Sheet», L'Europe en Formation, /1 (n° ), p. DOI: /eufor Disputed Territories: The Transnational Dynamics of Ethnic Conflict Settlement (Ethnopolitics Book 1) - Kindle edition by Wolff, Stefan.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Disputed Territories: The Transnational Dynamics of Ethnic Conflict Settlement (Ethnopolitics Book 1).Author: Stefan Wolff.

The articles in the special issue of Conflict Management and Peace Science all agree on the importance of territory for understanding and explaining inter-state conflict and conflict resolution.

Indeed, all suggest that diplomatic measures designed to facilitate boundary settlement will have powerful and long-lasting conflict reducing effects. Territorial accommodation in the management of ethnic conflict, while widely practised, has also been the subject of much academic debate which has failed to reach a conclusive verdict on its.

“Territorial Self-Government succeeds in presenting a cogent and compelling case for further research on the efficacy of carefully chosen and implemented guarantee mechanisms in stabilizing post-conflict autonomy structures.” (Deanna Soloninka, Nationalism and Ethnic Politics, Vol. 25 (3), ).

extensively used as a mechanism for ethnic conflict management (see Coakley, ). Our concern here is with approaches to ethnic conflict resolution that do not have a territorial basis.

The origin of such approaches may be traced back to certain characteristics of the traditional state.

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With the growth of. Territorial Autonomy as a Form of Conflict Resolution • In all three cases, territorial autonomy has been used to address violent conflicts • The different intensity and nature of the conflicts helps to explain the different forms of territorial autonomy (and power-sharing more generally) • File Size: KB.

Federalism, Federations and Ethnic Conflict: Concepts and Theories 25 of treaties and the coining of money– is independent of the government of the associated states, and, on the other hand, state governments which in certain matters are, in their turn, independent of the general government.

This involves, as a necessary consequence. Bringing the perspectives of law, political science, anthropology, and geography to bear on the complex causal relations among territoriality, conflict, and globalization, leading contributors examine how territorial attachments are constructed, why they have remained so powerful in the face of an increasingly globalized world, and what effect.

Figure 1 – Causes of Ethnic Conflict: Conceptual Framework. Uncertainty, Each ethnic conflict has its own unique characteristics and, in different contexts, some of these elements will be more prominent than the others, but all of them are the “common denominators” necessary for ethnic conflict to occur.

The primordialist approach helps. the world encounter with ethnic conflict during decades. But incidence of ethnic violence was different in varying country. In developing country incidence were low and in the developing sever.

Developing country management ethnic conflict by participation and justice policy that the equality is the best way for resolve this Size: KB.

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So it is not surprising, perhaps, that the terms ethno-territoriality and ethno-territorial are increasingly invoked by those doing research on nationalism and ethnic conflict. The two words, for example, can be found over fifty times in Gerard Toal and Carl Dahlman's Bosnia Remade, which offers a detailed analysis of ethnic cleansing during.

Settlers feature in many protracted territorial disputes and ethnic conflicts around the world. Explaining the dynamics of the politics of settlers in contested territories in several contemporary cases, this book illuminates how settler-related conflicts emerge, evolve, and are significantly more difficult to resolve than other : Conflict Management and Resolution Conflict Management and Resolution provides students with an overview of the main theories­of­conflict­management­and­conflict­resolution,­and­will­equip­them­to­respond­to­ the­complex­phenomena­of­international­conflict.

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