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|Title:||Unitary state, devolution, autonomy, secession : state building and nation building in Bougainville, Papua New Guinea|
Regan, Anthony J.
|Keywords:||Decentralization in government -- Bougainville Island (Papua New Guinea)|
Nation-building -- Bougainville Island (Papua New Guinea)
|Citation:||Yash, G., & Regan, A. J. (2009). Unitary state, devolution, autonomy, secession : state building and nation building in Bougainville, Papua New Guinea. In G. Baldacchino, & D. Milne (Eds.), The case for non-sovereignty : lessons from sub-national island jurisdictions (pp. 101-119). London: Routledge.|
|Abstract:||There are often difficulties in accommodating the interests of minority nationalities within nation-states. The proliferation of states created by decolonization has magnified such problems. Colonial borders often included groups with emerging identities, and the problems of fostering national cohesion within borders encompassing such diversity has sometimes been especially intense.|
|Appears in Collections:||The case for non-sovereignty : lessons from sub-national island jurisdictions|
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