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Title Ethnicity, Nationalism and Violence : Conflict Management, Human Rights, and Multilateral Regimes.
Imprint London : Taylor and Francis, 2017.

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Edition First edition.
Description 1 online resource : text file, PDF
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Subject International relations and culture.
Nation-state.
Ethnic conflict.
Human rights.
Contents Cover; Half Title; Title; Copyright; Contents; List of Tables; The Author; Preface; Acknowledgements; Abbreviations and Glossary; Introduction: Ethno-nationalism in the International System; PART I: ETHNO-NATIONALIST CHALLENGE WITHIN THE NATION-STATE; 1 The Nation-State Project: Colonial Export and 'Mother of Disorder'; The Colonial Clash of Civilizations; The European Idea of the Nation-State and its Ambivalence; Emergency Cases in the New World Disorder: Separatism and State Failure; The National Dilemma, Hybrid Nationalism and Failed Development; Summary and Conclusions; Notes.
2 Intra-state Conflicts and Disappearance of Clausewitzean Warfare'Ethnic' and other Intra-state Conflicts: Chronic and Forgotten; Towards a Typology of Forgotten Wars and Mass Violence; Lacunae of Global Surveys on Mass Violence; Contemporary Mass Violence: Trends and Perspectives; The Challenge of Ethno-nationalism and the Tendency of Peripheral States to Conflict and Collapse; International Terrorism: A Provisional Assessment; Notes; 3 Genocide as the Ultimate Crime; Defining Genocide and Mass Murder; Genocide in the 20th Century; A Typology of Genocide.
Patterns of Total Genocide and Indicators of AlertThe Problem of Enforcing the Anti-Genocide Convention; Notes; 4 Structural Features of Ethno-nationalist Conflicts; Is There Such a Thing as an Ethnic Conflict Per Se?; The Concept of the Ethnos and the Nation-without-State; False Theses Concerning Ethnicity, Ethnicization, and Ethno-nationalism; Structural Features; Statistical Conflict Potential; The Actors Involved and Their Conflicting Relations; The History of a Conflict: Background and Causal Factors; Causes of a Conflict; The Triggers to a Conflict and Their Relationship to the Causes.
Matters in Dispute Classified by UrgencyAims and Demands of the Parties to the War; Opposition Organizations, Recruiting Base, and Leadership; Conflict Formation: Course of the Conflict, Legitimating Violence, Conduct of Hostilities, Weaponry; Resources, Hinterland, and the Question of Outside Involvement; Understanding the Problem is the First Step to its Solution; Notes; PART II: RESPONSES OF THE INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM; 5 Options for Preventing Violence and Resolving Conflict; Change of Perspective after the Rwanda Shock; From Conflict Research to Peace Research.
Positive Peace: Between Past, Present and UtopiaConclusions; Notes; 6 Minorities, New States, and Human Rights; The Propagation of States as a Form of Conflict Resolution; War Without Rules and the Activity of Humanitarian Organizations; Procedures for Enforcing Minimum Human-Rights Standards; Discrimination of Minorities; The European Anti-racist Movements and their Influence; Combating Racism and Xenophobia; Minority Rights and Anti-racism: The EU and Eastward Enlargement; Human-Rights Regimes in Regional and UN Organizations; The Struggles of the Indian Peoples of the Americas.
Summary "This title was first published in 2003. Meticulously documenting Intra-state violence and the responses to it from a global perspective, this volume deals with a core element of future global governance within its historical and sociological context. It provides a striking analysis of the prevention of violence and resolving conflict, elaborating on the role that key regional and international organizations (e.g. UN, OSCE, COE, OAU-AU and OSA) have or should have in the prevention of violence and terrorism, as well as in the protection of human and minority rights. The work is an invaluable addition to the collections of scholars and students in the fields of peace and conflict research, international relations, sociology, ethnic studies, international law and development research."--Provided by publisher.