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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
On the Faultline : Managing tensions and divisions within societies.
London : Profile, ©2012
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|Description:||1 online resource (467 pages)|
|Contents:||Cover Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Introduction: Managing Fault Lines in the Twenty-first Century; Part One: The Consequences of Failure; 1 Boundaries and Bargains: Managing Nigeria's Fractious Society; 2 The Democratic Republic of Congo: Fault Lines and Local Fissures; 3 Overcoming the Past: War and Peace in Sudan and South Sudan; 4 Somalia and Somaliland: State Building amid the Ruins; Part Two: Peace through Politics; 5 From Bombs to Ballots: The Rise of Politics in Northern Ireland; 6 Indonesia: Long Roads to Reconciliation; 7 Managing the Two Solitudes: Lessons from Canada. Part Three: A Fine Balance8 Ethiopia: the Perils of Reform; 9 Ethnic Fractionalisation and the Propensity for Conflict in Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania; 10 From Districts Six to Nine: Managing South Africa's Many Fault Lines; Part Four: Transition and Divergence in the Middle East; 11 Out of the Ashes: Progress in Iraq 2003-11; 12 Iran: Foundering under the Weight of Its Own Contradictions; 13 Israel, Jordan and Palestine: Linked Fates, Hard Realities; Conclusion; Notes and Further Reading; Author Biographies; Index.|
This may become the seminal work on a problem that threatens to destabilise important areas around the globe -- Henry Kissinger An imperative read as we strive to learn from our mistakes and the