States and Peoples in Conflict: Pillars, Forms, and Transformations in Conflict Studies
This introduction presents an overview of the key concepts covered in the subsequent chapters of this book. The book surveys theoretical and empirical research on the origins, processes, patterns, and consequences of most forms and contexts of political conflict, protest, repression, rebellion, war, and terrorism within and across state boundaries. It examines one of the key pillars at the base of conflict: discrimination and the grievances that arise from it. The book also argues that...[Show more]
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