Horizontal Inequalities and Ethnonationalist Civil War : A Global Comparison

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CEDERMAN, Lars-Erik, Nils B. WEIDMANN, Kristian Skrede GLEDITSCH, 2011. Horizontal Inequalities and Ethnonationalist Civil War : A Global Comparison. In: American Political Science Review. 105(3), pp. 478-495. ISSN 0003-0554. eISSN 1537-5943

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