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This article analyzes the exclusion-amid-inclusion of “Others” within territorial power-sharing arrangements. While territorial power-sharing is often used to accommodate national minorities, it risks excluding non-dominant minorities at sub-state levels of governance. The article charts how negotiated settlements have addressed this dilemma by formally acknowledging the plurality of non-dominant minorities within territorial power-sharing arrangements, including de facto minorities and other “non-aligned” or less politically relevant minorities. Using the PA-X Peace Agreements Database, this article conducts a qualitative content analysis of 1518 peace agreements from 1990-2016, to shed light on the EAI dilemma within negotiated settlements in divided societies.
|Journal||Nationalism and Ethnic Politics|
|Publication status||Published - 6 Aug 2018|
- peace agreements
- territorial politics
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Transforming Political Settlements Towards Open and Inclusive Settlements
Bell, C., Marks, Z., Mackay, F., Kelly, T., Thaler, M., Cornell, H., Pospisil, J., Jamar, A., Anderson, R., Wise, L., Badanjak, S. & Forster, R.
1/03/15 → 28/02/19
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Bell, C. (Creator), Badanjak, S. (Data Manager), Forster, R. (Data Manager), Jamar, A. (Data Manager), Pospisil, J. (Data Manager) & Wise, L. (Data Manager), Political Settlements Research Programme, 2018
- 1 Participation in conference
Association of Human Rights Institutes (AHRI)
Laura Wise (Presenter)8 Sep 2018
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