This book is concerned with the continuing importance of ethnicity in the political processes of the contemporary world. Carefully selected case studies are placed into a comparative context in order to explore both the range of ethnopolitical conflict and the efforts to manage it in advanced democratic, democratizing post-communist, and developing countries. Throughout, the focus is on (1) the impact of ethnicity on domestic and international politics; (2) the changing nature of the means by which ethnic conflict is currently being managed; and (3) the variables which affect the dynamics of ethnopolitics - in particular, the relationship of ethnicity to such other forms of social and political differentiation and segmentation as class and territoriality.

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