In more and more countries with challenged statehood, federalism is being discussed as a model for reform. Particularly, stakeholders in countries with a high degree of ethnic, religious, social and/or cultural heterogeneity increasingly consider federal reforms as a potential tool to maintain national unity while also accommodate minority aspirations. In this context, the ability of federalism to integrate diverging interests, autonomy movements and territorial conflicts is emphasised.
Übergeordnetes Werk / Enthalten in
Federalism and conflict management
Band / Heft
2017, 1, S. 3-4