The OSCE and Central Asia: Options for engagement

Three trends, accelerated by the Russian war in Ukraine, characterise the changing geopolitical dynamics in Central Asia: Russia’s declining influence in the region, China’s reluctance to step decisively into this void, and the slowly but unevenly increasing ability of the Central Asian countries to provide an alternative framework for managing regional stability.

Ethnic Conflict: Causes, Consequences, and Responses

Why does ethnic conflict remain one of the major security challenges in today's world? Can we avoid another Rwanda in the future? How was it possible, after almost four decades, to achieve a lasting settlement to the conflict in Northern Ireland, while that in Kashmir...

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Ethnic Conflict: A Global Perspective

Illuminating the broad similarities between ethnic conflicts around the world, this book engages the two fundamental questions underlying them all: why do people keep killing each other and what can we do about it?

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