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Ethno-Violence and Nationalism in Eastern Europe and U.S. Foreign Policy
December 11, 1992
New York, NY
The Academy of Political Science presented this conference with the Harriman Institute and the Institute on East Central Europe of Columbia University.
CASE STUDIES OF ETHNO-VIOLENCE AND NATIONALISM
Professor Rothschild, author of Ethnopolitics: A Conceptional Framework, chaired a discussion of events in Yugoslavia, Ukraine, Czecho-Slovakia, Poland and Russia.
U.S. FOREIGN POLICY, PAST AND PROSPECTIVE: A ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION
Professor Jervis, author of Misperception in International Relations, chaired a roundtable discussion of United States foreign policy responses to ethnic violence and nationalism.
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