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Author Ware, Anthony, 1966- author.

Title Myanmar's 'Rohingya' conflict / Anthony Ware, Costas Laoutides
Published New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2018]


Description 1 online resource (xx, 276 pages)
Contents pt. I CONTEXT -- Personal Journeys into this Conflict -- 1. Complexities, Misconceptions, and Context -- Addressing Misconceptions, Highlighting Complexity -- Rakhine State: Geography, History, and Demographics -- Approach, Definitions, and Outline -- 2. Recent Violence and Significance -- Three Interconnected Conflicts, Not One -- Significance of the Conflict for Myanmar -- pt. II HISTORICAL NARRATIVES, REPRESENTATION, AND COLLECTIVE MEMORY -- History, Memory, and the Social Psychology of Conflict -- 3. Rohingya ̀Origin' Narrative -- Sources and their Sociopolitical Context -- Rohingya ̀Origin' Narrative -- 4. Rakhine -- Burman Narratives: ̀Independence', ̀Unity', ̀Infiltration' -- Rakhine ̀Independence' Narrative -- Burman ̀Unity' Narrative -- Rakhine -- Burman ̀Infiltration' Narrative -- pt. III CONFLICT ANALYSIS -- Philosophical landscape of conflict analysis theory -- 5. Security Dilemma, Minority Complex, Greed, and Political Economy -- Tripartite Security Dilemma -- Double -- or Triple -- Minority Complex -- Role of the State in the Conflict -- Economic Drivers, Resources, and Greed -- 6. Identity and Territory Grievances in Rakhine State -- Identity, Ethnicity, and Conflict -- Building Ethnic Hegemony -- Ethnic Conflict, Complexity, Fluidity, and Micro-Level Violence -- Territory -- 7. International Community: Recommendations and Conclusions -- So, where to from here?
Summary Offers new analysis of the complexities of the conflict and new insights into what is preventing a peaceful resolution to this intractable
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed October 22, 2018)
Subject Rohingya (Burmese people) -- Social conditions
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Discrimination & Race Relations.
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Minority Studies.
Rohingya (Burmese people) -- Social conditions
Form Electronic book
Author Laoutides, Costas, author.
LC no. 2017470620
ISBN 9780190050207