Table of contents for Managing and settling ethnic conflicts : perspectives on successes and failures in Europe, Africa, and Asia / Ulrich Schneckener, Stefan Wolff, editors.
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Part One: Conceptualizing Conflict Management and Settlement * Managing and Settling Ethnic Conflicts--Stefan Wolff * Models of Ethnic Conflict Regulation: the Politics of Recognition--Ulrich Schneckener * Relating Human Righs, Minority Rights, and Self-Determination to Minority Protection--Kristen Henrard * Part II: Power-Sharing Systems * Settling an Ethic Conflict through Power-Sharing: South Tyrol--Stefan Wolff * The Failure of Power-Sharing in Cyprus: Causes and Consequences--Susanne Baier-Allen * Between Consociationalism and Control: Sri Lanka--Maya Chadda * Part III: Territorial Approaches * Insular Autonomy: a Framework for Conflict Resolution?: Corsica and the Aland Islands--Farimah Daftary * Between Autonomy and Federalism: Spain--M.K. Flynn * Between Federalism and Separatism: India and Pakistan--Katherine Adeney * Secession and its Aftermath: Eritrea--Sandra F. Joireman * Part IV: Bilateral and Multilateral Approaches * Bilateral Agreements and Their Role in Settling Ethnic Conflicts: a Case Study of German Minorities--Hans-Joachim Heintze * International Intervention and its Aftermath: Kosovo and East Timor--Richard Kaplan * Part V: Lessons Learned * Conditions for Peacemaking: Negotiating the Non-negotiable in South Africa and the Middle East--Heribert Adam, Kanya Adam, and Kogila Moodley * Peacemaking in Civil Wars: Obstacles, Options, and Opportunities--Timothy D. Sick *Managing and Settling Ethnic Conflicts: The Context-Design Nexus--Ulrich Schneckener
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