Ethnic Conflicts 1980s-1990s
Examines causes & effects of political & military struggles in Bosnia, Pakistan, Kosovo (a province in Serbia).
# 12026 | 1,350 words | 9 sources | 1996 |
Published on May 25, 2003 in Ethnic Studies (Conflict) , Ethnic Studies (European) , European Studies (Race, Class, Gender Issues (incl. Ethnic Minorities))
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From the Paper:"According to one observer, animosity among ethnic groups in the global context "is beginning to rival the spread of nuclear weapons as the most serious threat to peace that the world faces." While conflicts based in ethnic tensions tend to be localized in setting, the implications for world peace typically have a much wider scope. The conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan, as an example has had, thus far, "little immediate impact on relations among the great powers, but much larger consequences could flow from the tensions rising between the Russian Republic and the Baltic states. If Russia were to move militarily to protect its co-nationals in Estonia or Latvia, where they are now being mistreated, a cold peace would develop between Moscow and..."
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