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Changing the Angle: Does the Notion of Non-Territorial Autonomy Stand on Solid Ground?

Author Alexander Osipov
Pages 14
Source Flensburg: European Centre for Minority Issues
Release Date 02-07-2013

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The ideas of non-territorial autonomy (NTA) for ethnic groups are used increasingly often, but in such a way, that perhaps it would be prudent at this point to take a step back and ask what some may already view as a naive question; namely, to ask why the notion of NTA is necessary and what added value it brings about. I would argue that the relative popularity of the concept rests not on real achievements in policy-making or research but rather on several taken for granted assumptions. The latter ones require a highly critical examination, and this brings us to a reconsideration of the role the notion may play and the scope of its potential application.

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