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Is There a South Tyrolean 'Model' of Conflict Resolution to Be Exported?

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When searching for examples and thereby possible ?role models? for a ?successful? resolution to conflict and peace within an ethnic dispute, the South Tyrolean ?model? is time and again referred to in diplomatic negotiations, international conferences or academic symposia. Even if the time sequence in conflict resolution must ideally/typically be categorized into the phases of conflict settlement, reconstruction and finally reconciliation, Palermo has shown that the Second Autonomy Statute as an instrument of conflict settlement includes already two dimensions: on the one hand, the ?historical-ethnic? dimension, with the function of defensive minority protection and the effect of coexistence by means of segregation; and, on the other hand, the ?linguistic-territorial? dimension, with the function of autonomy for the whole region with the possible effect of integration through cooperation.

Keywords: Autonomy Statute; conflict resolution; conflict settlement; minority protection; Palermo; South Tyrolean model



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