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Multinational federalism :

Authors: Seymour, Michel,--1954- | Gagnon, Alain Published by : Palgrave Macmillan, (Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; | New York :) Physical details: xii, 288 p. ; 24 cm. ISBN: 0230337112 Subject(s): Federal government. | Federal government --Case studies. | Comparative government. | POLITICAL SCIENCE / Government / National. | POLITICAL SCIENCE / Government / Comparative. | POLITICAL SCIENCE / General. Year: 2012
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Introduction -- Multinational federalism in multinational federation / Michael Burgess -- Three theories of liberalism for the three theories of federalism / Ferran Requejo -- What theorists of nationalism have to learn from multinational states / Philip Resnick -- The European Union, a plurinational federation in sensu cosmopolitico / Hugues Dumont -- Reforging the nation. Britain, Scotland and the crisis of unionism / Michael Keating -- The United Kingdom's experiment in asymmetric autonomy / John McGarry -- Does devolution foster separatism? the case of Catalonia / Montserrat Guibernau -- Federalism and public sphere in Belgium. what the case of a federal multilingual country can contribute to the debate on transnational public spheres and vice versa / Dave Sinardet -- Asymmetry and change in the Canadian federation: the limits of political accommodation in a multination state / Raffaele Iacovino and Jan Erk -- The consequences of drafting constitutions for constituent states in federal countries / John Dinan -- Should Indian federalism be called multinational? / Rajeev Bhargava -- Conclusion.

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