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From the Publisher"A welcome blend of readability, originality, and utilisation ofinformed writing on ethnic conflict in its comparative andinternational settings."
New Zealand International Review
"This volume reflects the cutting edge of scholarship on ethnicconflict by two leading scholars in the field. An invaluableaddition to the literature."
Richard Caplan, University of Oxford
"This important work expertly reviews the causes of ethnicconflict in order to develop persuasive recommendations forsuccessful conflict-management intervention. Going beyondtraditional texts, the volume reflects the latest research on theexternal causes of internal conflicts. Cordell and Wolff integratetheory with practice, and keep the book very timely, through aseries of in-depth case studies of recent ethnic conflicts. This isan impressive work of scholarship, ideal for introductory courseson ethnic conflict and conflict management."
Alan Kuperman, University of Texas at Austin
"This very readable and passionate analysis of ethnic conflict,its sources and management in the post-Cold War world, represents asignificant and valuable contribution to the literature on thestudy of politics and ethnicity."
Adrian Guelke, Queen's University of Belfast