National minorities and the European nation-states system

The collapse of Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia, and the Soviet Union has resulted in a proliferation of discontented national minorities. Thus, the possibility for destabilizing ethnic conflict has become acute. National minorities have accordingly emerged as a major focus of international relations in...

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Main Author: Jackson Preece, Jennifer
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Oxford Clarendon 1998, 1998
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