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This work seeks to improve our understanding of why states use political repression, highlighting its relationship to dissent and mass protest. The authors draw upon a variety of political-economic contexts, methodological approaches, and geographic locales, including Cuba, Nicaragua, Peru, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Israel, Northern Ireland, Eastern Europe and Africa. It should be useful to all who wish to understand better why central authorities violate and restrict human rights and how states can break their cycles of conflict.
Christian Davenport is associate professor of government and politics and senior fellow and director of research for the Center for International Development and Conflict Management at the University of Maryland, College Park.
Release date NZ
March 15th, 2000
Edited by Christian Davenport
Country of Publication
Rowman & Littlefield
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