Introduction: The 'Dilemma of Recognition'. On the 'Experienced Reality' of Ethnicised Politics in Rwanda and Burundi -- The Cases: Rwanda and Burundi -- Procedural Principals -- Institution and 'Institutional Engineering' as 'Experienced Reality' -- Ethnic Categories: Institutions Defined by Descent -- The Institutions of Politicised Ethnicity and Ethnicised Politics: Inclusion and Exclusion Based on Ethnic Categories -- 'Denial of' versus 'Power Sharing along' Ethnic Cleavages: Ethnicised Politics and the 'Dilemma of Recognition' -- Experienced Constructed and Essentialist Ethnicity -- Politicised Ethnicity as 'Experienced Reality' -- The 'Dilemma of Recognition': Diverging Realities of Ethnicised Politics -- Concluding Thoughts: Why Ethnicity? Whose Recognition? What Dilemma?.
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