By Jan Erk,Lawrence M. Anderson
The paradox of federalism is set even if self-rule contains or exacerbates ethnic divisions. A federal association which officially acknowledges ethno-linguistic variety to assist deal with divisions may also pave the best way for eventual disintegration. The case reports during this publication hide a large geographical foundation (Canada, Scotland, Spain, Belgium, Bosnia, Kosovo, Russia, India, and Iraq) and search to stipulate lower than what stipulations federalism can carry its promise of resolving ethnic conflict.
The publication goals to bridge those that learn federalism and decentralization within the built global and those that examine the politics of ethnic divisions within the constructing international. We additionally desired to bridge the scholarship from the 2 aspects of the Atlantic, in addition to the subfields of Comparative Politics, diplomacy, and Constitutional Politics. moreover, the amount has a couple of high-profile senior students with identify popularity from either side of the Atlantic.
The scope of the quantity is huge – traditionally, methodologically, and geographically; and has relevance for the utilized part in addition to the theoretical literature. for that reason, we think it is a well timed assortment at the excessive profile subject of Ethnic Conflict/Conflict Resolution.
This publication used to be in keeping with a unique factor of Regional and Federal Studies
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The Paradox of Federalism: Does Self-Rule Accommodate or Exacerbate Ethnic Divisions? by Jan Erk,Lawrence M. Anderson