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This bibliography contains a list of reference articles and books that are mentioned in the book titled Settling Self-determination Disputes: Complex Power-sharing in Theory and Practice. The claim to self-determination encapsulates the hopes of ethnic peoples and other groups for freedom and independence. It provides a powerful focus for nationalist fervour, and it provides a convenient tool for ethnic entrepreneurs seeking to mobilize populations and fighters in pursuit of a secessionist cause. Indeed, self-determination conflicts are among the most persistent and destructive forms of warfare. At present, there are about thirty ongoing armed self-determination conflicts. Some are simmering at a lower level of terrorist violence, others amount to more regular internal armed conflicts, with secessionist groups maintaining control over significant swaths of territory to the exclusion of the central government.

Keywords: armed conflicts; self-determination disputes



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