Regional and Ethnic Conflicts Perspectives from the Front Lines

ISBN-10: 0131894285
ISBN-13: 9780131894280
Edition: 8th 2009
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List price: $87.95
Edition: 8th
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Routledge
Publication date: 2/12/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 336
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.034
Language: English

"Perspectives from the Front Line" presents first-hand, front-line perspectives on ethno political conflicts occurring throughout the world today. Contributors have lived and worked in regions with long histories of conflict. This reader provides a unique approach to peace and conflict studies through scholarly analysis provided by first-hand observers and participants.

Judy Carter has coached more than 5,000 comics and still runs comedy workshops in Los Angeles and New York. She has performed stand up in clubs across the country and has appeared on HBO and Comedy Central. She lives in Venice, California.

Acknowledgments
Ethnopolitical Conflict in Perspective
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
Kashmir
Jammu and Kashmir: An Indian View
Kashmir Dispute
Cyprus
The Cyprus Conflict: National Mythologies and Real Tragedies
Turkish and Greek Cypriots in Conflict
Israel/Palestine
Understanding Our Israeli-Palestinian Conflict and Searching for Its Resolution
Rwanda
The Rwandan Conflict
Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka's "Ethnic" Conflict
Greece and Turkey
Historical Context, National Narrative, and Prospects of Reconciliation in the Aegean: The View from Athens
Turkish-Greek Relations
Northern Ireland
The Politics of Peace and War in Northern Ireland
The Role of Constructive, Transcultural Storytelling in Ethnopolitical Conflict Transformation in Northern Ireland
Serbia/Croatia
Serbia: Between Archaism and Modernity
Croatia: The Participant in Large-Group Conflict
Nigeria
Mediated Hostility, Generation, and Victimhood in Northern Nigeria
Ethnicity and Ethnic Relations in Nigeria: The Case of Religious Conflict in Kano
Lessons to Ponder: Insights and Advice from the Front Lines

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