Secessionism: Identity, Interest, and Strategy

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McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP, 2012-02-13 - 240 psl.
Using innovative methods to analyze both advanced democracies and developing countries, Jason Sorens shows how central governments can alleviate or increase ethnic minority demands for regional autonomy. He argues that when countries treat secession as negotiable and provide legal paths to pursuing it rather than absolutely prohibiting independence, violence is far less likely. Additionally, independence movements encourage government policies of decentralization that may be beneficial to regional minorities. An informative investigation of the root causes of political violence, Secessionism provides a clear-eyed look at independence movements for both governments and secessionists.
 

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Understanding Secession
3
1 The Positive Theory of Secession
19
2 Explaining the Causes of Secessionism Worldwide
52
3 Secessionism in Advanced Democracies
74
4 Secessionism and Rebellion
112
5 Secessionism and Autonomy
139
The Future of Secessionist Politics
153
Supporting Data
163
Notes
183
Bibliography
201
Index
215
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