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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Table of Contents
CHAPTER 1. Ethnopolitical Conflict in Perspective Judy Carter, George Irani, and Vamik D. Volkan
CHAPTER 2. MACEDONIA
The Ethnic Conflict in Macedonia from the Ethnic Macedonians’ Perspective: Being Victims in Their Own Country Relationships between Macedonians and Albanians in the Republic of Macedonia Fatmir Musa
CHAPTER 3. KASHMIR
Jammu and Kashmir: An Indian View Dipankar Banerjee
CHAPTER 4. CYPRUS
The Cyprus Conflict: National Mythologies and Real Tragedies Caesar V. Mavratsas
Turkish and Greek Cypriots in Conflict Kenan Atakol
CHAPTER 5. ISRAEL AND PALESTINEUnderstanding Our Israeli/Palestinian Conflict and Searching for Its Resolution Edward (Edy) Kaufman and Manuel Hassassian
CHAPTER 6. RWANDA
The Rwandan Conflict Richard Batsinduka
CHAPTER 7. SRI LANKA
Sri Lanka’s “Ethnic” Conflict David Ratnavale
CHAPTER 8. GREECE AND TURKEY
Historical Context, National Narrative, and Prospects of Reconciliation in the Aegean: The View from Athens Kostas Ifantis
Turkish-Greek Relations Onur Öymen
CHAPTER 9. NORTHERN IRELAND
The Politics of Peace and War in Northern Ireland Sean Byrne
The Role of Constructive, Transcultural Storytelling in Ethnopolitical Conflict Transformation in Northern Ireland Jessica Senehi
CHAPTER 10. SERBIA and CROATIA
Serbia Sonja Biserko
Croatia: The Participant in Large Group Conflict Eduard Klain
CHAPTER 11. NIGERIA
Mediated Hostility, Generation and Victimhood in Northern Nigeria Conerly Casey
Ethnicity and Ethnic Relations in Nigeria: The Case of Religious Conflict in Kano Salisu A. Abdullahi
CHAPTER 12. Lessons to Ponder: Insights and Advice from the Front Lines Judy Carter
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