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Language and territoriality. A summary of developments in Belgium

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Belgium is a state that is confronted within its border with different groups that have their own language profile. The country appears to have been run as a veritable laboratory for testing several of the possible models and a very complicated pacificatory system has arisen. This summary deals with the origins and the development of three relevant "models": the homogeneous territorial areas, the bilingual capital area and the protected minorities in the boroughs along the language borders.

Affiliations: 1: Free University Brussels, Belgium

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2016-12-05

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