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Autonomy: potential and limitations

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The role of autonomy is to ease tensions resulting from the heterogeneity of the population within a State, in particular ethnic diversity. Territorial political autonomy is compared to personal autonomy. Factors which may increase prospects for success are analyzed, as well as the pros and cons for autonomy.

Affiliations: 1: Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Faculties of Law and Social Sciences, Mount Scopus, Jerusalem, Israel 91905

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