Citations with the tag: ETHNIC relations
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- The flawed finale.
Maier, Karl // Africa Report; Jul/Aug92, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p46
Reports that the last months before President Ibrahim Babangida turns over his military government to civilians are shaping up as a real headache. Ethnic clashes in the north of Nigeria; People in the south who are hurting from harsh measures to restructure the economy; How the government has...
- The death of democracy.
Watson, Catherine // Africa Report; Jan/Feb94, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p26
Reports on the conflict between the Hutu majority and the Tutsi minority in Burundi. Hutu's President Melchior Ndadaye's assassination by the Tutsi putschists as trigger of the continuing battle in the ethnically divided country; Dim hopes for reconciliation; Massacre of civilians; Increased...
- A Dayton relationship.
Garfinkle, Adam // American Spectator; Feb96, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p54
Opinion. Views on the Dayton accord's bringing of peace to Bosnia. Details of the Dayton agreement; Efforts of Senators Bob Dole and John McCain; Significance of mission success in Bosnia for the United States.
- Understanding other cultures.
Milesko-Pytel, Diana // Current Health 2; Feb1993, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p25
Describes what happens when different cultures and ethnic groups intermingle. Appreciating your heritage; Role of fear; Violence; Discrimination; Sharing your cultural story; Common bonds; The example of the Campbell family; Details. INSET: Our changing nation..
- Ethnic Conflict, Ethnic Accommodation, and Nation-Building in Southeast Asia.
Lande, Carl H. // Studies in Comparative International Development; Winter99, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p90
Four types of ethnic conflict are found in the ten states of post-colonial Southeast Asia. Within these types, cases of peaceful accommodation, as well as forceful attempts to suppress rebellious minorities, are examined. Explanations for diverse governmental responses are found in geography,...
- Ten steps to take now to avoid more Rwandas.
Rosenblatt, Lionel // Christian Science Monitor; 1/11/95, Vol. 87 Issue 32, p19
Opinion. Details the author's views for the prevention of a Rwanda-like situation in other countries in the future. Discussion of ten steps to avoid the development of the situation.
- Bosnia truce frays.
Nordahl., Peter // Christian Science Monitor; 1/20/95, Vol. 87 Issue 38, p20
Reports the fight between the Bosnian Serbs and the Muslims in contravention of the truce accord of January 1, 1994.
- Genuine ethnic accord still eludes Rwanda.
Santoro, Lara // Christian Science Monitor; 11/24/97, Vol. 89 Issue 251, p6
Examines the ongoing ethnic clash in Rwanda in 1997. The November murder of 300 people by Hutu rebels attempting to free suspects jailed for their involvement in the 1994 genocide; The status of the rebellion; The country's de facto leader, Major General Paul Kagame, who toppled the Hutu...
- Missing in Bosnia: Clear goals.
Cobban, Helena // Christian Science Monitor; 6/8/95, Vol. 87 Issue 135, p20
Opinion. Presents the viewpoints of the author about the situation in Bosnia. Inability of the Western world to define a clear political goal for Bosnia; Expectations of a political settlement in Bosnia; Proposition of a political plan for Bosnia to end the war; Priority of getting UN and NATO...
- `United' Kingdom as model.
May, John Allan // Christian Science Monitor; 6/28/95, Vol. 87 Issue 149, p19
Opinion. Focuses on the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland where people from all over the world live and speak the same language. Britain's unity in diversity; Example of Britain to the European Union.
- New script for Bosnia.
May, John Allan // Christian Science Monitor; 6/29/95, Vol. 87 Issue 150, p20
Editorial. Focuses on the failure of the United Nations (UN) effort to bring peace to Bosnia as Serb aggression continues to rise as of June 1995. Demand of the US Congress for stronger action against the Serbs; Suggestions for UN on the issue.
- Bosnian Serbs advanced.
MacLachlan, Suzanne; Mutch, David // Christian Science Monitor; 7/10/95, Vol. 87 Issue 156, p2
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- A tense standoff.
Hanson, Cynthia; McLaughlin, Abraham // Christian Science Monitor; 7/11/95, Vol. 87 Issue 157, p2
Reports on a dispute between Northern Ireland Protestants and Roman Catholics on July 10, 1995, over a refusal by Catholics to allow the Protestants to parade in the former's territory in Portadown, Northern Ireland.
- Negotiating the impossible.
Hanson, Cynthia; McLaughlin, Abraham // Christian Science Monitor; 7/12/95, Vol. 87 Issue 158, p20
Editorial. Discusses the ceasefire between Northern Ireland's Protestants and Catholic people. Suggestions for the delicate task of strengthening the relationship; Role of Britain in the crisis faced by Irish citizens.
- Rivalries rob East Europe of bright future.
Burke, Justin // Christian Science Monitor; 8/17/95, Vol. 87 Issue 184, p1
Discusses about the ethnic unrest in East Europe with particular reference to Transylvania. Some reasons offered for the unrest; Fall of communism; Breakup of Yugoslavia; Russian role in the Balkan war; Issue of hypernationalism; Dispute between Hungary and Romania; Accusations of genocide;...
- Mystic militia complicates war in Zaire.
O'Loughlin, Ed // Christian Science Monitor; 11/15/96, Vol. 88 Issue 246, p1
Looks at the complication of relief efforts by American and foreign troops in Zaire as a result of various ethnic conflicts in Central Africa. Role of ethnic Bahunde group of armed mystics known as the Mai Mai; Belief of the Mai Mai that they have magical powers; Role of American and foreign...
- Victimizing victims in `former Krajina.'
Haynes, Lukas // Christian Science Monitor; 12/10/96, Vol. 89 Issue 11, p18
Reports that American and British diplomats are investigating a suspicious fire that nearly destroyed a local human rights office in the small Croatian town of Vrhovine. Arson, death threats and assaults against the office and employees; Information on a violent ethnic cleansing in former...
- Mountainous ex-soviet nation travels a rocky road to peace.
Behn, Sharon // Christian Science Monitor; 12/19/96, Vol. 89 Issue 18, p6
Focuses on Tajik in Afghanistan and the ethnic relations in the country, suggesting that after years of civil war, cease-fire in Tajikistan may last. Information on fighting in Tajikistan; When it began; Reason for the war.
- Keeping 'em down on the Amazon.
LaFranchi, Howard // Christian Science Monitor; 3/26/97, Vol. 89 Issue 83, p9
Focuses on the struggle of Brazil's Makuxi Indians to defend their lands, in light of the government's demarcation process of over 550 Indian territories. Debate over the future of thousands of Indians who live on reserves; Concerns that too much land is being set aside for ethnic groups that...
- NATO, EU seek to avoid wider Balkan breakdown.
Ford, Peter // Christian Science Monitor; 3/21/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 80, p8
Discusses the outlook for war in Macedonia between ethnic Albanians and government forces.
- Macedonia: from war to talks.
Mertens, Richard // Christian Science Monitor; 4/3/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 89, p6
Discusses the outlook for peace in Macedonia, in light of talks between ethnic Albanians and Macedonian Slavs.
- Intra-ethnic conflict in Croatia and Serbia: Flanking and...
Hislope, Robert // East European Quarterly; Winter96, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p471
Focuses on intra-ethnic conflicts in Croatia and Serbia. How the conflicts have affected Croatia and Serbia; Conflict generated from the politics of intra-ethnic competition; Pressure faced by Croatian Democratic Community (HDZ) and the Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS).
- Kosovo: A Case of Ethnic Change of Population(*).
Velebit, Vladimir // East European Quarterly; Summer99, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p177
Examines the ethnic change of population in Kosovo, Serbia. Several tribes that occupied Kosovo; Role of the Serbians, Turkish and Albanians; How Yugoslavia incorporated Kosovo; Social conditions of Kosovo.
- Notes on church-state affairs: Bosnia.
Herndon, David W.; Kennedy, James M. // Journal of Church & State; Autumn97, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p829
Reports on the exodus of Muslims from Kruscia forced by Croats in Bosnia. Participation of Croatian police; Lack of initiative by British soldiers stationed near the village.
- Notes on church-state affairs: Israel.
Herndon, David W.; Kennedy, James M. // Journal of Church & State; Autumn97, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p832
Reports on developments related to the conflict between Israelis and Palestinians in Israel as of September 1997. Controversy over a housing projects in an Arab neighborhood; Criticism of the efforts to Yasser Arafat to combat terrorism; Conflicts about religious issues.
- Notes on church-state affairs: Philippines.
Herndon, David W.; Kennedy, James M. // Journal of Church & State; Autumn97, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p833
Reports on the developments related to church-state affairs in the Philippines as of September 1997. Problems in peace talks between Muslim rebels and the government.
- Ethnic conflict in the Transdniester.
Lamont, Neil V. // Military Review; Dec94-Feb95, Vol. 75 Issue 1, p56
Focuses on the occurrence of armed ethnic conflicts in the former Soviet state of Moldova. Cause of the crisis; Adoption of laws that discriminate against some members of the population; Legal right of Russians to declare their independence.
- Papal journey to Bosnia for peace could be turning point.
Lamont, Neil V. // National Catholic Reporter; 2/4/94, Vol. 30 Issue 14, p20
Editorial. Discusses the advantage of Pope John Paul II's condemnation of the Bosnia-Herzegovina dispute. Pilgrimage for peace being asked; Disarming the aggressor; Movie entitled `Schindler's List' as an example of a religious protest.
- Hope for war's end in Guatemala.
Lamont, Neil V. // National Catholic Reporter; 4/5/96, Vol. 32 Issue 23, p8
Reports that Guatemalans are hopeful that the 35-year civil war in the country is nearing its end, according to the archbishop of Guatemala City. Guatemala National Revolutionary Union's announcement of an unconditional ceasefire on March 20, 1996 which received a positive response from the...
- Sri Lanka.
Vesilind, Priit J.; McCurry, Steve // National Geographic; Jan97, Vol. 191 Issue 1, p110
Focuses on the ethnic turmoil which has gripped Sri Lanka since 1983. History of settlement on the island; History of the conflict between minority Hindu Tamils and majority Buddhist Sinhalese; The government's battle with the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam guerillas; The economic and social...
Howe, Darcus // New Statesman; 6/14/96, Vol. 125 Issue 4288, p26
Focuses on ethnic relations in Great Britain. Definition of the True Brit; Britain's relationship with its colonies; Immigrants' impact on Britain.
- Darcus Howe.
Howe, Darcus // New Statesman & Society; 06/14/96, Vol. 125 Issue 4288, p26
Talks about the issues of race and identity in Great Britain. Cross-section of experiences and attitudes from formerly colonial peoples; Author's description of himself as a True Brit; Escape of colonial peoples from ethnic conflict.
- Choosing sides.
Brown, Y.A.; Montague, A. // New Statesman & Society; 2/7/92, Vol. 5 Issue 188, p14
Explores the emotions of children of a white and black or brown union. How mixed-race, as they are called, children have historically been treated; Efforts of society to enforce rigid boundaries on their identity; Learning to come to terms with their heritage; Case studies of several mixed-race...
- Our mongrel selves.
Hall, Stuart // New Statesman & Society; 6/19/92, Vol. 5 Issue 207, Supplement p6
Contends that ethnic and cultural absolutism are the great perils of the modern age. How globalization was thought to be a process that would minimize rather than emphasize nationalist passions; Role of nationalism in the so-called new transnational global order; Flaws in the new nationalism;...
- Torture town.
Goytisolo, Juan; Bush, Peter // New Statesman & Society; 12/17/93-12/31/93, Vol. 6 Issue 283, p46
Looks at the war crimes in Bosnia-Hercegovina and its effect on the citizenry. Statistics of the State Commission for the Registration of War Crimes in the Republic of Bosnia-Hercegovina; Desire of pan-Serbian fundamentalists to exterminate the Bosnian Muslims; Living alongside enemies;...
- Walking the tightrope in the Balkans.
Sebestyen, Amanda // New Statesman & Society; 9/9/94, Vol. 7 Issue 319, p22
Discusses the ethnic relations in Macedonia. Exclusion of the Albanian population from power; Social status of minorities such as the Turks and Romany; Elections.
- Sri Lanka peace plan looks doomed.
Bullion, Alan // New Statesman & Society; 9/8/95, Vol. 8 Issue 369, p10
Speculates on the eventual failure of the peace plan to stop the Sri Lankan civil war between the government and the Tamil separatists. President Chandrika Kumaratunga's offer of political devolution; Failure of previous attempts to wean Tamils away from the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam;...
- Democratic ethnic conflict management in Africa.
Glickman, Harvey // TransAfrica Forum; Spring96, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p77
Focuses on the issue of ethnic conflict in the present era of democratization in Africa. Reflection of ethnic and regional pluralism in the practices of elected governments; Ethnopolitics; Ethnic cooperation in national elections.
- Desert scorn: Bedouin life under Israeli rule.
Glickman, Harvey // Tikkun; Jul92, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p48
Presents the problems facing the Bedouins under Israeli rule. Problems with the Border Patrol, the police, the army, and the so-called Green Patrol; Israeli government policy since the 1950's; The Markovitch Report; Bedouins' cooperative roles in Israeli army; Threats of demolition of Bedouin...
- Jews and Latinos.
Glickman, Harvey // Tikkun; Nov92, Vol. 7 Issue 6, p47
Examines political conflict between Jews and Latinos in the United States. Race and the victory of Nydia Velazquez over Stephen Solarz in Democratic primary for Congressional seat; Emerging nationalism and Jewish ethnicity; Human dignity; Conversational freedom and noncoercive discussion;...
- Ethnic tensions.
Watts, Larry L. // World Policy Journal; Spring95, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p89
Focuses on ways in which Western policymakers can help resolve ethnic tensions in central Europe and the Balkans. Principles of political and territorial organization; Pace of bilateral treaty negotiations; General insecurity in the region following the collapse of communism; Changes in...
- What others can do.
Biro, Anna-Maria // World Policy Journal; Spring95, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p97
Discusses options that the West can take to expand its stability zone in east and central Europe. Accommodation of the aspirations of national minorities; Establishment of a workable and lasting democracy based on the principle of nondiscrimination; Focus on the role of the West in handling...
- The why's in Rwanda.
Parker, Frank J. // America; 8/27/1994, Vol. 171 Issue 5, p6
Reports on the ethnic fighting in Rwanda since April 1994. Estimates on the number of Rwandans killed; Failures of mass media accounts about the country; Background on Rwandan politics.
- Christians, Muslims meet to pursue peace.
Shepard, Lyn // Christian Science Monitor; 11/29/95, Vol. 88 Issue 3, p7
Reports the small beginnings in Switzerland, regarding the attempts to bury the past antagonisms between the Muslims and the Christians and to forge unity to pursue peace. Proposals for an action plan by Swiss Academy for Development.
- Sarajevo is repaired, at a price.
Peterson, Scott // Christian Science Monitor; 3/8/96, Vol. 88 Issue 71, p6
Reports that for the first time since 1992, Bosnian Muslims who were forced to flee the Sarajevo suburb of Hadzici by Serbs, returned home in 1996. How the Muslims feel about their return home; Antagonism between Serbs and Muslims; Comments from the Muslim refugees; Composition of the 70...
- Rwanda's richochet: Ethnic strife in Zaire.
Barrow, Greg // Christian Science Monitor; 3/26/96, Vol. 88 Issue 83, p6
Reports on the increasing ethnic conflicts in Rwanda as a result of the genocides in 1994. Reference to the chaos at Rwandan Hutu refugees Goma camps; Background information on the Rwandan Hutus; Comments from Piera Borradori of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC).
- Frustrated China cracks whip on wayward western regions.
Tefft, Sheila // Christian Science Monitor; 6/6/96, Vol. 88 Issue 134, p6
Reports on the Chinese government's launching of massive propaganda efforts to reinforce its authority in the remote areas. Background on the pro-independence violence in Xinjiang and Tibet; Government's struggle to suppress unrest and halt the flow of arms; Possibility that unrest could ignite...
- To intervene or not is the question.
Matloff, Judith // Christian Science Monitor; 7/29/97, Vol. 88 Issue 170, p1
Provides an overview on the coup in Burundi. Concerns over the ethnic war between Hutus and Tutsis; Ousting of Hutu President Sylvestre Ntibantunganya; Army Major Pierre Buyoya's call against military intervention from other countries.
- In pursuit of a multiethnic Bosnia.
Bosco, David // Christian Science Monitor; 8/5/96, Vol. 88 Issue 175, p19
Opinion. Discusses the development of international policies aimed at making Bosnia a multiethnic state. Remarks on need for elections by United States Secretary of State Warren Christopher; Impact of prolonged international presence in Bosnia on success of multiethnicity goal.
- Encouraging diversity.
Mayor, Federico // UNESCO Courier; Feb93, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p45
Opinion. Challenges the international community to foster peace, spiritual solidarity, international partnerships and interaction through empathy and tolerance.