The Territorial Management of Ethnic Conflict

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Index

a
Abkhazia, 17 , 210 , 219
Addis Ababa, 268
Adzharia, 210 , 219
Afghanistan, Afghan, 143 , 144 , 154 -7, 159 , 169 , 221
refugees, 148 , 157 , 158 , 169 n.1
Soviet war in, 156
US war in, 143 , 144 , 156 -7, 158 , 308
Africa, African
(see also South Africa), 19 , 35 , 100 , 142 n.12, 265 , 309
diglossia, 298
African National Congress (ANC), 100 , 108 , 110 , 112
and centralist structures, 109
and majoritarianism, 109
and opposition to racism, 105 -6
negotiations with National Party, 108
support base, 114 n.4
unbanning of, 106 , 108
Africans (South Africa), 99 , 103 , 304 , 305
and ethnicity, 106
Afrikaaners
and separate statehood, 111 -2
concept of volk,100 - 101
language, 112
nationalism, 99
Aid Sri Lanka consortium, 195
Åland Islands, 9 , 10 , 30 , 42 , 303
Albanians (Yugoslavia), 274 , 282 -4
Aleuts, 201
Alexander I, King, 270 , 276
Alexander, Manfred, 239
Allied powers, 230 , 231 , 238 , 240 , 260 n.38
alphabets, 273 -4
Cyrillic, 202 , 274 , 283
Roman (Latin), 202 , 274 , 283
in Soviet Union, 202 -3
Amhara, 268 -9, 289 n.21
Amman, 124 , 128 , 129
Amparai district, 190
Andropov, Yuri, 199
Anglicanism, 46
Anglo-Irish Agreement (1985), 52 , 65 -6, 69 , 72 n.43
Anglo-Irish Inter-Governmental Conference, 65 , 72 n.43
Anglo-Irish Treaty (1921), 48
Ansari Commission, 165
Antwerp, 76 , 311
apartheid, 99 - 100 , 106 , 113
anti-apartheid movement, 105
South Africa, 304
Apprentice Boys of Derry, 70 n.20
Arab-Israeli conflict, 119 , 133
war (1947-48), 118
Arabic language, 29
Arctic Ocean, 220
Argentina, 311
federalism, 299
Arian, Asher, 306
Armenia, Armenian, 28 , 210 , 219
alphabet, 203
church, 128
fertility rate, 204
referendum (1991), 215
Asia, 19 , 41 , 220 , 265 , 309
atheism (Yugoslavia), 275 , 281
Australia, 311
aboriginal peoples, 28
federalism, 299
Austria, 6 , 270 , 310 , 311
federalism, 299
Austro-Hungarian Empire, 219 , 220 , 229 , 230 -31, 233 , 243 , 262 n.68, 270 , 278 , 280 , 282 , 301 , 310
autonomy, devolution, 8 , 295 , 302 -3
Axis powers, 279
Azad Kashmir, 143 , 158 -61, 169
Azerbaidzhan, Azeris, 210 , 217 , 219 , 221
referendum (1991), 215
religious identity, 203

b
Bacílek, Karel, 241
Bahawalpur, 160
Balkans, 6 , 276 , 280
Balochistan, Baloch, 144 -8, 150 , 154 , 156 , 157 , 160 , 161 , 163 -6, 168 , 169 n.1, 171 n.22
ethnic stereotypes, 148 -50
language, 147 , 157
nationalism, 157 -8
rebellion in, 157 -8
Baltic (republics, peoples), 199 , 204 , 207 , 212 , 217 , 302 , 309 , 315 n.21
secession, 210 , 216
Banac, Ivo, 276
Bandaranaike, Felix Dias, 184
Bandaranaike, Mrs Sirima, 183 , 184 , 190
Bandaranaike, S.W.R.D., 182 , 183 , 186
Bandaranaike, Sirimavoh, 186
Bangladesh, 144 , 148 , 150 -51, 154 , 160 , 265
bantustans (South Africa), 100 , 102 -7, 111 , 114 n.7, 304
and African townships, 108
and ethnic divisions, 105
and forced population movement, 103
collapse, 106 -7
social and political aspects, 103 -7, 115 n.18
term, 114 n.6
Basque Country, 2 , 299 , 300 , 302 , 315 n.15
language, 30
people, 14
Batticaloa, 188 , 190 , 194 , 196
Bedouin, 121
Beilin/Abu-Mazen understanding, 138
Beirut, 1
Belarus, Belorussia, Belorussian, 201 , 217 , 222 , 309
and borders of Ukraine, 220
language, 202
as UN member, 21
Belfast, 1 , 46 , 55 , 228 n.79, 296 , 305
migration within, 54
Belfast (Good Friday) Agreement (1998), 45 , 54 , 59 - 61 , 66 -8, 69
attitudes towards, 61 -2, 67 -8, 70 n.23

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Tables and Figures vi
  • Maps viii
  • Preface to Second Edition xii
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - Canada 23
  • 3 - Northern Ireland 45
  • 4 - Belgium 73
  • 5 - South Africa 99
  • 6 - Israel 118
  • 7 - Pakistan 143
  • 8 - Sri Lanka 173
  • 9 - The Dissolution of the Soviet Union 199
  • 10 - The Dissolution of Czechoslovakia 229
  • 11 - The Dissolution of Yugoslavia 264
  • 12 - Conclusion 293
  • Index 317
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