Final Analysis Report: [Bihar/Jharkhand, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cyprus, Georgia and Abkhazia, Jammu and Kashmir, Northeast India]

Questo rapporto esamina l'uso di strategie di trasformazione dei conflitti basate sull’autonomia nei conflitti in Bihar, Bosnia, Cipro, Georgia, Kashmir e nel Nordest dell'India. In particolare viene analizzato l'impatto dell’autonomia politica, economica e territoriale sulla giustizia socio-economica e la risoluzione o la trasformazione dei conflitti. Il rapporto si focalizza su tre diversi aspetti: 1) gli strumenti di autodeterminazione e il loro effetto sulle dinamiche di conflitto, 2) i meccanismi di separazione territoriale e la loro efficacia nell’attenuare le tensioni, 3) l'utilizzo di politiche economiche per concedere l'autonomia o rafforzare la dipendenza.

Deliverable D.3.5 presentato a maggio 2013 (M5) in adempimento dei requisiti del progetto Cultures of governance and conflict resolution in Europe and India (CORE) - Workpackage 3 Analysis of Policy.

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Oslo, Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO), 2013, 85 p.
Data pubblicazione: 
06/05/2013

Introduction
I. Bihar/Jharkhand, by Amit Prakash, Imran Amin and Rukmani Joshi, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU)
1.1 Self-determination and decentralization
1.2 Development policy: autonomy or dependency?
II. Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), by Elena B. Stavrevska, Central European University (CEU)
2.1 Political autonomy, self-determination, decentralisation
2.2 Territorial autonomy
2.3 Development policy
III. Cyprus, by Birte Vogel, University of Manchester (UMAN)
3.1 Autonomy, socio-economic justice and conflict dynamics
3.1.1 Background: Territorial separation
3.1.2 New Conflict Dynamics and growing inner-Turkish Cypriot Social Discontent
3.1.3 New Internal Conflicts in the TRNC
3.2 Conflict resolution through interdependence
3.3 Economy Interdependence - The Green Line Regulation
3.3.1 Development policy
3.4 Granting more autonomy for reunification? An alternative approach
3.5 Conclusion
IV. Georgia and Abkhazia, by Nona Mikhelidze, Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI)
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Georgian culture of governance: from state-building to direct governance initiatives in conflict resolution
4.3 EU governance in Georgia and conflicts
4.4 Conclusions and recommendations
V Jammu and Kashmir, by Sumona DasGupta, Society for Participatory Research in Asia (PRIA)
5.1 Self-determination and decentralisation
5.2 Territorial separation between conflict parties
5.3 Development policy: autonomy or dependency?
VI. Northeast India, by Ranabir Samaddar, Mahanirban Calcutta Research Group (MCRG)
6.1 Self-determination and decentralisation
6.2 Territorial separation between conflict parties
6.3 Development policy: autonomy or dependency?
Conclusion

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