Ethno-territorial conflict and coexistence in the Caucasus, Central Asia and Fereydan
Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press.
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This study compares and analyses 129 ethnoterritorial encounters. It concludes that certain factors in combination with each other cause ethno-terriroal conflicts (these are called conflict formula in this study). Among such conflict-enhancing factors are terriroial autonomy, specially when the titular minority consititute the majority of population there, transborder dominance, traumatic experiences and a mosaic type of ethnogeographic configuration. The role of religion remains ambigous. Most encounters with religious difference remains peaceful, and only half of the ethnoterritorial conflicts are fought by people with different religions.
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