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The International Spread of Ethnic Conflict:
Fear, Diffusion, and Escalation
Edited by David A. Lake & Donald Rothchild

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

List of Figures and Tables
About the Contributors
Acknowledgments
Abbreviations
Ch. 1Spreading Fear: The Genesis of Transnational Ethnic Conflict3
Ch. 2Ethnic Dissimilation and Its International Diffusion35
Ch. 3Tactical Information and the Diffusion of Peaceful Protests61
Ch. 4Transnational Ethnic Ties and Foreign Policy89
Ch. 5Commitment Problems and the Spread of Ethnic Conflict107
Ch. 6Is Pandora's Box Half Empty or Half Full? The Limited Virulence of Secessionism and the Domestic Sources of Disintegration127
Ch. 7The Spread of Ethnic Conflict in Europe: Some Comparative-Historical Reflections151
Ch. 8Ethnicity, Alliance Building, and the Limited Spread of Ethnic Conflict in the Caucasus185
Ch. 9Containing Fear: The Management of Transnational Ethnic Conflict203
Ch. 10Minority Rights and the Westphalian Model227
Ch. 11Ethnicity and Sovereignty: Insights from Russian Negotiations with Estonia and Tatarstan251
Ch. 12Transnational Ethnic Conflict in Africa275
Ch. 13Preventive Diplomacy and Ethnic Conflict: Possible, Difficult, Necessary293
Ch. 14Putting Humpty-Dumpty Together Again317
Ch. 15Ethnic Fears and Global Engagement339
References351
Index379

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