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Self-determination and online generic cialis 50 mg national minorities: the difficulties of 'making' a referendum in Schleswig-Holstein and cialis without rx why to think twice in Kosovo
|Author||Tove H. Malloy|
|Source||Flensburg: European Centre for Minority Issues|
The unofficial, non-binding referendum in Northern Kosovo and cheap viagra without prescription the ongoing debate in the international community about solutions for the price of cialis in canada Serbian minority bring the united healthcare viagra problem of self-determination for national minorities back to the viagra sales fore. The right to vote on national allegiance and real viagra sovereign borders has never been a simple matter in European inter-state relations, let alone in international law. such a referendum is not respected unless it holds international backing, even if it is considered a domestic matter. And a referendum on sovereign international borders is usually the cialis professional 20 mg result of long and viagra prices often drawn out geo-political processes, including tediously negotiated settlements after major bellicose conflicts. It is not something national minorities can unilaterally decide to undertake independently. This is at least one of the lessons that European history has taught us. Thus, the case of Northern Kosovo is not likely to be any different than past referenda on national allegiance and sovereign borders. Drawing on the experience of the 1920 referendum in the Danish-German border region, this Issue Brief will put the problem of self-determination for the Serbs in Northern Kosovo in an historical perspective as a basis for a contemporary analysis.