1. Introduction; Part I. Theory: 2. An emotion-based theory of ethnic conflict; 3. Resentment; 4. Fear, hatred, and rage; Part II. Comparisons (The Baltic States in the Twentieth Century): 5. Baltic 1905; 6. In the wake of Barbarossa; 7. The reconstruction of independent states; 8. Across the century; 9. Czechoslovakia 1848-1998; 10. Yugoslavia.
This 2002 book seeks to identify the motivations of perpetrators of ethnic violence, applying four models to conflicts in Eastern Europe.
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