Diasporas in Conflict: Peace-Makers or Peace-Wreckers?

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Diasporas can have a positive and a negative impact on international politics. Groups of exiles, refugees, migrants, and other forms of diaspora populations play a part in the processes and outcomes of international politics in both their native and adopted countries. Diasporas can secure tangible and intangible resources to fuel armed conflicts, and they can provide opaque institutional and network structures that enable the transfer of arms and money to terrorist groups. More positively, diasporascan give humanitarian ...

Diasporas in Conflict: Peace-Makers or Peace-Wreckers? 2007, United Nations University Press

ISBN-13: 9789280811407

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