Browsing Department of Comparative Politics by Subject "ethnic conflict"
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Ethnic minority rule and prospects for violent conflicts. A contribution to research exploring power transition theory and failed democratization processes (The University of Bergen, 2013-05-26)Abstract In our age of democratization, ethnic minority rule is regarded as one of the least legitimate form of governance. Authoritarian regimes headed by ethnic minorities are thus targeted by promoters of democracy ...Master thesis
(The University of Bergen, 2016-06-17)The Nordic countries of Finland, Sweden and Norway is home to the Sámi people, an indigenous group that has in recent decades gone from political marginalization to empowerment. The strongest symbols of this political ...Master thesis