The Ties That Divide: Ethnic Politics, Foreign Policy, and International Conflict

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Chapter 1
1
Bienen 1995 addresses and criticizes these fears.
2
Herbst 1992.
3
Herbst 1989 and Jackson and Rosberg 1982, among others.
4
Fearon and Laitin (1999) assert that external support may be an integral part of the decision of potential rebels to engage in conflict.
5
Allen 1996, Cigar 1995, Cohen 1998, Donia and Fine 1994; Gutman 1993, Honig 1997, Rieff 1995, and Stiglmayer 1994.
6
Weiner 1996, 12.
7
Dowty and Loescher 1996, 47.
8
Ibid.
9
Weiner 1996, 8.
10
Dowty and Loescher 1996, 49.
11
For this debate, see Pape 1997, Elliot 1998.
12
Watts 1997, 225.
13
New York Times, Sept. 29, 1993, A11.
14
Various authors make claims in favor or against these kinds of contagion arguments in Lake and Rothchild 1998. In that volume and elsewhere, I argue that ethnic conflict is not as contagious as usually argued, but I mention the possibility here since fears of contagion increase the relevance of ethnic conflict, even if such fears are unfounded.
15
Walter 1997.
16
Harvey 1997.

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