This report is the proceedings of a December 2001 international symposium in Washington, DC organized by the National Academies and the Russian Academy of Sciences. The symposium addressed (1) characteristics of peaceful management of tensions in multiethnic societies, particularly in Russia; (2) policies that have contributed to violence in such societies; (3) steps toward reconciliation; and (4) post-conflict reconstruction.
National Research Council. 2003. Conflict and Reconstruction in Multiethnic Societies: Proceedings of a Russian-American Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/10879.
|Priorities for Research on Conflict in Multiethnic Countries||1-6|
|Reports of Working Groups - Priorities for Research on Collective Violence||7-16|
|Priorities for Research on Culture, Identity, and Conflict||17-20|
|Priorities for Research on the Comparative Study of Identity Conflicts||21-30|
|Supporting Analyses Presented at the Interacademy Workshop on December 7, 2001 - The State of the Art of Understanding Violence||31-39|
|Priority Themes for Research on Collective Violence||40-48|
|Violence in Ethnonational Conflicts in the Post-Soviet Space||49-54|
|The Anthropology of Collective Violence||55-62|
|State, Ethnocultural Identities, and Intergroup Relations||63-68|
|The Effects of Globalization on Russia: An Analysis of New Russian Nationalism||69-76|
|Culture, Identity, and Conflict: Suggested Areas for Further Research||77-80|
|Culture, Identity, and Conflict: The Influence of Gender||81-85|
|A Typology of Identity Conflicts for Comparative Research||86-92|
|Comments on the Design and Direction of the Comparative Study of Identity Conflicts Project||93-96|
|General Analyses Presented at the Interacademy Workshop on December 7, 2001 - Multiethnic States and Conflicts After the USSR||97-111|
|Problems of Maintaining Ethnopolitical Stability and the Prevention of Conflicts in the Volga Federal District||112-119|
|The Dynamics of the Ethnopolitical Situation and Conflicts in the North Caucasus||120-130|
|Organizational Aspects - Working Group Members and Charges to the Three Working Groups: Interacademy Workshop on Conflicts in Multiethnic Societies, December 2001||131-135|
|Agenda for Russian Policy Officials, December 5-6, 2001||136-137|
|Plenary Session Agenda and Participants: Interacademy Workshop on Conflicts in Multiethnic Societies, December 7-8, 2001||138-142|
|Appendix A: Selected Documents from the Interacademy Symposium in Moscow, December 18-20, 2000||143-186|
|Appendix B: Documents Concerning the Southern Federal District (North Caucasus)||187-198|
|Appendix C: Documents Concerning the Volga District||199-212|
|Appendix D: Other Documents||213-222|
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