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Acknowledgments ix Preface xi Introduction. World System and Global Disorder? PART I. THE COLLECTIVE ACTORS 1. The Multiple Realities of Ethnicity 11 2. The Reality of States and Nationalism 34 3. Ethnies: Contenders and Rulers 64 PART II. SOURCES OF CONFLICT 4. The Stakes: Interests and Claims 91 5. Sources and Precipitants of Rivalry and Violent Conflict 100 PART III. THE DYNAMICS OF MOBILIZATION AND CONFLICT 6. From Grievances to Mobilization 149 7. From Mobilization to Violent Conflict 177 8. From Identity to Genocide: The Problem of Understanding 193 PART IV. WHAT CAN BE DONE 9. Avoiding the Gathering Storm: The Array of Preventive Actions 211 10. Terminations, Accommodations, and Resolutions 236 11. Peace at Last? Reflections on Paths toward Reconciliation and Reconstruction 263 Epilogue 288Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Ethnic conflict, Political violence, Civil war, Genocide, Ethnic relations