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This front matter section of this book titled Settling Self-determination Disputes: complex power-sharing in theory and practice contains table of contents. This study is the result of an international collaborative project supported and funded by the Carnegie Corporation of New York. This study considers the designs for the Philippines and the proposed settlements concerning Moldova and Georgia as examples of this category. This study reviews in its first volume many of the most prominent examples. The second part of this work seeks to draw cross-cutting lessons from this experience, addressing issues ranging from state construction to security sector reform, human rights, economic issues, etc. The project as a whole, however, also pursues a more theoretical aim. This study asks whether these approaches really are irreconcilable, or whether the concept of complex power-sharing manages to build on that which is best in both of them.

Keywords: Georgia; Moldova; New York; self-determination



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