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Autonomy: is it a solution for multi-ethnic states?

Niesje A. Manembu

Autonomy: is it a solution for multi-ethnic states?

a comparative study of Nigeria and Indonesia.

by Niesje A. Manembu

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Thesis (M. A. (Peace and Conflict Studies)) - University of Ulster, 2001.

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This theory states that if students can be supported in meeting their basic needs for competency, autonomy and relatedness in learning situations, they are more likely to develop into independent, self-directed and lifelong ://   And yet, despite the above, there is no express, extant right to autonomy in international law for groups within States. International law does accord a right of self-determination to peoples. On the other hand, States owe a much weaker obligation to persons belonging to minorities; they shall not be denied the right to enjoy their culture in +and+minority+groups:+a+right+in+international.

  The most recent diplomatic scandal between Romania and Hungary started with the tacit adoption by the lower house of the Parliament of a project of autonomy based on ethnic criteria. Without prospects for the future, Hungarians in Romania are caught in internal political battles, which is why autonomy seems to be the solution to get out of   3/10/ -- AHF and Members of the Community show Support for Autonomy of Rumania's ethnic-Hungarian community Carrying the Szekely Flag and a sign that read "Autonomy for Szekelyland," the group marched around the White House in Washington, DC, and raised awareness of the situation facing the ethnic-Hungarian community in us demonstrations were held

As a large united multi-national state, China is composed of 56 ethnic groups. Among them Han Chinese account for % of the overall Chinese population and the 55 minority ethnic groups are distributed extensively throughout different regions of :// Ghai et al. / International Journal on Minority and Group Rights 17 () – 5) Y.P. Ghai, Hong Kong’s New Constitutional Order: Th e Resumption of Chinese Sovereignty and the Basic Law () pp. – and Y.P. Ghai, ‘Autonomy Regimes in China: Coping with Ethnic and Economic Diversity’, in Y.P. Ghai (ed.), Autonomy and


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Get this from a library. Autonomy and ethnicity: negotiating competing claims in multi-ethnic states. [Yash P Ghai;] -- "This book deals with one of the most urgent problems of contemporary times: the political organisation of multi-ethnic states. Most major conflicts of our time are internal to the state and revolve   FAVORIT BOOK Autonomy and Ethnicity: Negotiating Competing Claims in Multi-Ethnic States (Cambridge Studies in Law and Society) READ PDF BOOKS ONLINE   Postcolonial states in South and Southeast Asia continue to be challenged by violent ethno-nationalist and secessionist insurgencies.

The postcolonial states of Autonomy and Ethnic Conflict in South and South-East Asia book. Edited By Rajat Ganguly. 7 Pages. Introduction. Is autonomy a solution or an obstacle to resolving ethno-national Throughout the world many sovereign states grant one or more of their territories greater autonomy than other areas.

This arrangement, known as asymmetric autonomy, has been adopted with greater regularity as a solution to ethnic strife and secessionist struggles in recent :// Some consider it a poor constitutional approach to forge unity among the medley of ethnic and other communities that characterize the majority of African states (Haysom ).

Subnational autonomy, in this view, promotes ethnic and/or inter-group rivalry at the   The intensifying conflict between the Tatmadaw and the Arakan Army – an armed group seeking increased autonomy for the multi-ethnic peoples in Rakhine state (referred to by the Arakan Army as “Arakan” state) – and the recent announcement of new military clearance operations by the Tatmadaw in ethnic Rakhine regions, have brought   This title was first published in An investigation of how the claims of minority groups for greater political power through 'autonomy' and 'secession' clash with the concerns of the nation-State, and how States’ refusals to respond positively to such claims contribute to the escalation of ethnic conflicts in contemporary multi-ethnic :// AbstractDoes granting regional autonomy to concentrated minorities appease their demand for sovereignty or instead motivate and enable them to engage in secessionist conflicts.

To answer this question is difficult as moves towards federalism and decentralization are themselves the results of strategic interactions between the state and the ://   Multi-ethnic States and the Protection of Minority Rights.

Intro. In today's world, multi-ethnic states are the norm. The traditional nation-state, where a distinct national group corresponds to a Sabinet African Journals - reliable research that offers more than African journals, including the African Journal Archive.

It is the most comprehensive, searchable collection of full-text African electronic journals available on one :// 38In as much as territorial autonomy, defined in exclusive ethnic terms or otherwise, provides an opportunity to locally manage fault lines, it is not a panacea to the multi-ethnic challenge.

As the experience of Ethiopia and Nigeria illustrates, the territorial structure of federalism might help to avoid large scale ethnic conflicts but the Klug, Heinz How the center holds: Managing claims for regional and ethnic autonomy in a democratic South Africa.

In Ethnicity and Autonomy: Negotiating Competing Claims in Multi-ethnic States, Yash Ghai, ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Kymlicka, Will Liberalism, Community and Culture. Oxford: Clarendon ://   2 The World’s Modern Autonomy Systems Concepts and Experiences of Regional Territorial Autonomy Bozen/Bolzano, This study was written for the European Academy Benedikter.

respond to the multi-ethnic reality that characterizes many of these post-colonial. most African states is drawn from the same book. it examines how the territorial autonomy solution,   Title: Indigenous Autonomy and Revolutionary Resistance Topics: autonomist, EZLN, indigenous anarchism, resistance, Revolutionary Anarchism.

Author: Love and Rage Revolutionary Anarchist Federation. Date: July Source: Retrieved on 4 th August from http Hence, it would be premature to assert that ethnic movements of a certain kind will now always have a right to autonomy, or that the solution in certain circumstances has to be asymmetric federation or full independence.

The key conclusion is, instead, rather more general. Self-determination claims are now being settled in a variety of :// Peace Process Steering Committee (11/), Nay Pyi Taw.

– Credit NCA-S EAO. And earlier, when the NLD came to power into the disappointment of many it made use of the presidential power to appoint its own NLD chief ministers in Shan and Arakan states, even though its could have given the former ethnic political party allies a hand or empowerment as coalition :// She has written two books on white ethics in the United States: From Many Strands: Ethnic and Racial Groups in Contemporary America (with Stanley Lieberson) (New York: Russell Sage Foundation, ), and Ethnic Options: Choosing Identities in America (Berkeley: University of California Press, ), and she is the author of numerous articles on Open Menu.

About. Advisory Board. Julian Harston; Kenneth Morrison; Orna Young; Savo Heleta; Spyros A. Sofos; Ulas Doga Eralp; Staff; Contact; Support. Donate; Cookie   While there is no doubt that autonomy as granted to the Northeastern States is a good measure, the contention here is that it is a part of the problem and not the solution: When autonomies were granted based on the Sixth Schedule of the Constitution, there was a large space between the individual and village, on the one hand, and the State, on.

2 days ago  Rojava and all of Northern and Eastern Syria — run by an autonomous multiethnic, multi-religion self-administration, based on the freedom of women — is rising like a beacon of freedom. This presents a model solution for both the peoples of the Middle East and the ://China is the most populous multi-ethnic country in the world with a unique institutional design for ethnic minorities.

However, this institutional design, namely, Minzu Quyu Zizhi (Regional Ethnic   causes for heightened ethnic competition and conflict attributing blame to both major (largely ethnic) political parties, PPP and PNC, and their respective founding leaders, Dr.

Cheddi Jagan and Mr. Forbes Burnham as well as their respective supporters, Indians and Africans. The study also proposes solutions as models of governance to manage ethnic?article=&context=gc_etds.