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Schneider, Hans

Separatism is a breakaway movement either politically or ecclesiastically. In French séparatisme also denotes the separation of church and state. Politically, separatism involves the efforts to detach a state or a federation of states and either to make them independent or to incorporate them into

Pierard, Richard

[German Version] The term separatism describes political and religious phenomena. In its political sense, separatism is understood to be the secession of a state or a political group with the aim of joining another group or becoming independent. Examples are the efforts of the Rhineland occupied

Miroslav Mareš

forms in which fascism and National Socialism became intertwined with Moravian separatism, and traces their development. A comparative framework for the whole issue is also provided. The issue of separatist tendencies within Moravian fascism and National Socialism has not been analyzed by historians

Kingsley M. De Silva

Conflict resolution in South Asia* KINGSLEY M. DE SILVA University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka and International Centre for Ethnic Studies, Kandy and Colombo, Sri Lanka (Received 19 March 1993; accepted 29 September 1993) Key words: conflict, ethnicity, nationalism, refugees, religion, separatism

Hiroaki Kuromiya

In the understanding of many both within and outside Ukraine, the Donbas is the stronghold of Russian separatism. It is widely believed to be similar to the Crimea, where ethnic Russians account for the majority of the population. True, they were the largest minority in this Ukrainian land

Michael Clarke

cent of the country’s total land area and 90 per cent of China’s border regions. 4 They therefore have an importance far beyond what such basic demographic data would suggest. The issues of Han–ethnic minority relations and ethnic separatism, if not carefully managed, in fact hold the potential to

Vahe Boyajian

ON BALLiCHi SEPARATISM VAHE BOYAJlAN Yerevan 0.1. Amongst the Iranian peoples and ethnic formations a highly important place is occupied by the Baluchis, due to their ancient and specific culture, rich historical background and because of their political weight in the ethnic mosaic of the

Belkacem Belmekki

British government to achieve a certain goal has been a thorny issue being argued and counter-argued by scholars dealing with the history of British India. Nevertheless, what almost everybody agrees on is that 1857 marked the beginning of Muslim separatism in the Indian Subcontinent. As a matter of fact

Ivan Savić and Ryan Griffiths

© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2009 DOI: 10.1163/156914909X423962 PGDT 8 (2009) 429-454 P E R S P E C T I V E S O N G L O B A L D E V E L O P M E N T A N D T E C H N O L O G Y Globalization and Separatism: Th e Infl uence of Internal and External Interdependence on the Strategies

Sumit Ganguly

204 Book Reviews / African and Asian Studies 6 (2007) 201-218 Sten Widmalm , Democracy and Violent Separatism in India: Kashmir in Comparative Per- spective (Karachi: Oxford University Press, 2002, 226 pages) Th e Kashmir dispute has dogged Indo-Pakistani bilateral relations since emergence of