The essay deals with the endagered plurality of the Middle East and the process of re-sectarization of identities as a tool for the current geopolitical confrontation

Redaelli, R., Melcangi, A. G. S., The re-sectarization of the Middle East: minorities, communities and identity politics within the current geopolitical confrontation, in Ida Caracciol, I. C., Umberto Montuor, U. M. (ed.), Protection of Cultural and religious Minorities. leadership for International Peace and Security, Giappichelli Editore, TORINO -- ITA 2019: 93- 110 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/150344]

The re-sectarization of the Middle East: minorities, communities and identity politics within the current geopolitical confrontation

Redaelli, Riccardo;Melcangi, Alessia Giorgia Salvatrice
2019

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The essay deals with the endagered plurality of the Middle East and the process of re-sectarization of identities as a tool for the current geopolitical confrontation
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Protection of Cultural and religious Minorities. leadership for International Peace and Security
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Giappichelli Editore
Redaelli, R., Melcangi, A. G. S., The re-sectarization of the Middle East: minorities, communities and identity politics within the current geopolitical confrontation, in Ida Caracciol, I. C., Umberto Montuor, U. M. (ed.), Protection of Cultural and religious Minorities. leadership for International Peace and Security, Giappichelli Editore, TORINO -- ITA 2019: 93- 110 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/150344]
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