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Title Asymmetric autonomy and the settlement of ethnic conflicts / edited by Marc Weller and Katherine Nobbs.

Published Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, [2010]


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail  305.8 ASYM    AVAILABLE
Physical description viii, 318 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.
Series National and ethnic conflict in the 21st century.
National and ethnic conflict in the 21st century.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Cases of asymmetrical territorial autonomy / Stefan Wolff -- The Russian constitutional system : complexity and asymmetry / Bill Bowring -- Partial asymmetry and federal construction : accommodating diversity in the Canadian constitution / Raffaele Iacovino -- Elusive autonomy in sub-Saharan Africa / Coel Kirkby and Christina Murray -- Asymmetry in the face of heavily disproportionate power relations : Hong Kong / Johannes Chan -- Asymmetric autonomy in the United Kingdom / John McGarry -- Thinking about asymmetry and symmetry in the remaking of Iraq / Brendan O'Leary -- The case for asymmetric federalism in Georgia : a missed opportunity / Jonathan Wheatley -- Gagauz autonomy in Moldova : the real and the virtual in post-Soviet state design / Oleh Protsyk -- Asymmetric autonomy and power sharing for Sri Lanka : a political solution to ethnic conflict? / Kristina Eichhorst -- Puntland's declaration of autonomy and Somaliland's secession : two quests for self-governance in a failed state / Janina Dill.
Other author Weller, M. (Marc), editor.
Nobbs, Katherine, editor.
Subject Ethnic conflict -- Political aspects.
Ethnic conflict -- Political aspects -- Case studies.
Autonomy -- Case studies.
Ethnic relations -- Political aspects.
Autonomy and independence movements.
Federal government.
Self-determination, National.
Conflict management.
ISBN 9780812242300