Horizontal inequalities and ethno-nationalist Civil War : a global comparison


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CEDERMAN, Lars-Erik, Nils B. WEIDMANN, Kristian Skrede GLEDITSCH, 2014. Horizontal inequalities and ethno-nationalist Civil War : a global comparison. In: CHENOWETH, Erica, ed.. Political Violence ; 2. Causes of political violence. Los Angeles:SAGE Publications Ltd, pp. 183-214. ISBN 978-1-4462-7407-1

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