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Political Research Exchange

Decentralisation and Ethnic Conflict

Conflict Resolution
Ethnic Conflict
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Panel Chair
Andreas Juon
University College London
Panel Discussant
Anastasiia Vishnevskaia
Freie Universität Berlin
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05/09/2019 15:50 - 17:30
Building: (Building B) Faculty of Law, Administration & Economics Floor: 3rd floor Room: 302
This panel explores whether decentralisation and federalism are fuelling or dampening ethnic conflict. The papers focus on ethnic or regional conflict in Cyprus, Ethiopia, and Spain (Catalonia) and they explore which form and type of decentralisation or federalism invigorate or moderate ethnic conflict.

Paper List

Title Details
Assessing Quality of Government in Autonomous Regions – A Frame of Reference View Paper Details
'Coacción Federal' ꟷ The Application of Article 155 in the Spanish 'State of Autonomies' View Paper Details
Conditions of Success and Failure of Ethnic Regional Autonomies in Preventing Ethnic Conflict View Paper Details
Ethno-Federal Design and Competitive Security Postures in Cyprus View Paper Details
How the Empowerment of National Minorities at the Regional and Local Level Fuels Inter-Ethnic Violence: The Case of Ethiopia View Paper Details
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