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There are some “natural” comparisons across the two volumes. Indonesia and Nigeria are both oil-rich states with much violence throughout their history. Burundi and the Democratic Republic of Congo put in perspective CH’s arguments on the impact of resourcedependence and ethnic diversity. Both highlight the importance of the territorial concentration of resources and, in Burundi, the territorial concentration of political power. Bosnia and Indonesia also deal with the issue of regional inequality and ethnic differences across regions.