Enriched by a plethora of apt examples drawn from all continents, with end of chapter summaries and a glossary of key terms, this textbook is essential reading for all students of politics, international relations and political sociology.
Chapter 1 Incidence and Scope of Ethnic Conflict.
Chapter 2 Ethnic Sentiments and Solidarities.
Chapter 3 Origins of Ethnic Pluralism.
Chapter 4 For What do they Contend?.
Chapter 5 The Contemporary State and Outsider Intervention.
Chapter 6 Patterns of Pluralism I Domination.
Chapter 7 Patterns of Pluralism II Power–Sharing.
Chapter 8 Patterns of Pluralism III Integration.
Chapter 9 The Management of Ethnic Conflict.
Chapter 10 What of the Future?.
Oliver Ramsbotham, University of Bradford
"This is a wonderful book. It is the perfect introduction for undergraduates and graduate students with no background knowlege of ethnopolitics."
Zoltan Barany, University of Texas