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From the Publisher"Nowhere is the nexus between knowledge and power more starkly revealed than in conditions where, as the author rightly highlights, a line is drawn between the assumed ‘cause’ of conflict and its ‘solution’. Finlay usefully reveals the workings of this technology in a context that is not usually subjected to a Foucault-inspired analysis."
- Vivienne Jabri, Radical Philosophy, 168, July/August 2011
"Drawing upon the now vast literature on consociationalism and on two case studies - Northern Ireland and Bosnia and Herzegovina - Governing Ethnic Conflict is a valuable addition to the ever-growing literature on consociationalism and deserves a wide readership"
- Lawrence Cooley, Political Studies Review, 2011, Vol. 9