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Secession movements and calls for devolution and greater local autonomy have gained momentum in Europe and elsewhere in the past decade. And nation-states have responded to these pressures in very different ways. Using a comparative approach, four renowned scholars will discuss the cases of Ireland, Scotland, Spain, and Canada, so to highlight the particularities and commonalities of secession movements on both sides of the Atlantic. SIS Professor Carole Gallaher will moderate the discussion, followed by a Q&A with the audience.
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- Kate Arion
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