Ethnic Conflict by Ashley J.
Tellis, Thomas S. Szayna, James A. Winnefeld, Arroyo.
Anticipating Ethnic Conflict provides a theoretical model of the
social processes and dynamics that lead to ethnic and
communitarian conflict and state breakdown. While it is designed
as a handbook and a practical tool for intelligence analysts as
they work to identify and plan for potential ethnic conflict
contingencies around the world, its discussion of the
social-science underpinnings of the analytic model will make it
an important read for anyone interested in analyzing the
phenomenon of ethnic conflict....
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It has been said that race is the plague of civilization.
Even in such supposedly race-blind societies as Israel, the spectre of racism raises its
head. In the Caribbean islands, social stratification corresponds with shade of skin. In
1977, Andrew Young, at that time the chief U.S. representative to the United Nations,
claimed that a race war in South Africa would inevitably precipitate racial conflict in
the United States. Some countries, like Great Britain and Australia, eliminate the
potential for conflict by simply denying or severely limiting entry.
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The is one of the largest North American academic
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Association's membership is organized into 33 "sections," or
including the Section on Race, Ethnicity and Politics.