S. A. Giannakos teaches at Salve Regina University in Newport, Rhode Island. He spent most of the 1990s in the Balkans, researching and teaching nationalism and Balkan politics to students from the region.
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Religion, Identity, and Politics
Edited by S. A. Giannakos
The outbreak of numerous and simultaneous violent conflicts around the globe in the past decade resulted in immense human suffering and countless lost lives. In part, both results were aided by inactivity or by belated and often misplaced responses by the international community to the embattled groups.