1831) Diasporas In Conflict: Peace-Makers Or Peace-Wreckers? Edited by Hazel Smith and Paul Stares

21 Page Briefing About The Book (of Over 300 Pages)

United Nations
University Press

Part I: The analytical and conceptual framework
1 Diasporas in international conflict , Hazel Smith
2 A neglected relationship: Diasporas and conflict resolution, Jacob Bercovitch
3 Gender, diasporas and post–Cold War conflict , Nadje S. Al-Ali . .

Part II: The case studies
4 The Jewish Diaspora and the Arab–Palestinian–Israeli conflict , Gabriel Sheffer
5 The Palestinian diaspora, Mohammed A. Bamyeh
6 The Armenian diaspora and the Karabagh conflict since 1988 , Khachig To¨ lo¨ lyan
7 A reluctant diaspora? The case of Colombia , Virginia M. Bouvier
8 The Cuban diaspora , Jean Grugel and Henry Kippin
9 The Sri Lankan Tamil diaspora: Sustaining conflict and pushing for peace
C. Christine Fair
10 Kurdish interventions in the Iraq war , Denise Natali
11 The mobilized Croatian diaspora: Its role in homeland politics and war, Zlatko Skrbis¡
12 African diasporas and post-conflict reconstruction: An Eritrean case study, Khalid Koser
13 Political remittance: Cambodian diasporas in conflict and post conflict, Khatharya Um

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