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Introduction: Diversity and Unity in Comparative Perspective

AuthorsMoreno, Luis ; Colino, César
KeywordsDiversity and unity
Federal systems
Comparative perspective
Issue Date2010
CitationPublicado en Moreno, Luis y Colino, César (eds.), Diversity and Unity in Federal Systems (Vol. VII, ‘A Global Dialogue on Federalism’), pp. 3-15. Montreal & Kingston/Londres/Ithaca, NY: McGill-Queen’s University Press
AbstractDiversity is one of the most contested issues in domestic and international politics. Debates about ethnic, national, linguistic, religious, and economic diversity and its accommodation in viable and legitimate polities feature prominently in discussions among academics and practitioners of comparative politics, conflict-resolution studies, political sociology, and political theory. In this respect, several types of diversity are relevant for our theme on diversity and unity in federal systems.
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