Table of contents for Diasporas in conflict : peace-makers or peace-wreckers? / edited by Hazel Smith and Paul Stares.

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List of figures and tables	vii
Preface	viii
List of contributors	x
Part I: The analytical and conceptual framework	1
1	Diasporas in international conflict	3
Hazel Smith
2	A neglected relationship: Diasporas and conflict resolution	17
Jacob Bercovitch
3	Gender, diasporas and post--Cold War conflict	39
Nadje S. Al-Ali
Part II: The case studies	63
4	The Jewish Diaspora and the Arab--Palestinian--Israeli conflict	65
Gabriel Sheffer
5	The Palestinian diaspora	90
Mohammed A. Bamyeh
6	The Armenian diaspora and the Karabagh conflict since 1988	106
Khachig Tölölyan
7	A reluctant diaspora? The case of Colombia	129
Virginia M. Bouvier
8	The Cuban diaspora	153
Jean Grugel and Henry Kippin
9	The Sri Lankan Tamil diaspora: Sustaining conflict and pushing for peace	172
C. Christine Fair
10	Kurdish interventions in the Iraq war	196
Denise Natali
11	The mobilized Croatian diaspora: Its role in homeland politics and war	218
Zlatko Skrbis
12	African diasporas and post-conflict reconstruction: An Eritrean case study	239
Khalid Koser
13	Political remittance: Cambodian diasporas in conflict and post conflict	253
Khatharya Um
Bibliography	280
Index	300

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Emigration and immigration -- Political aspects -- Case studies.
Immigrants -- Political activity -- Case studies.
Conflict management -- Case studies.
World politics -- Case studies.