Ethnopolitical Conflict: When is it Right to Intervene?
Of all the internal conflicts and mass atrocity crimes of recent decades that have exercised the world’s conscience, and generated intense debate about when it is right for others to intervene in them in some way or another, most have had an ethnopolitical character in whole or in part. Certainly not all such conflicts or crimes have their roots in grievance, fear or ambition based on ethnicity, race, nationality or religion—or whatever else can be broadly described as ethnopolitical...[Show more]
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