Regional autonomy, cultural diversity and differentiated territorial government : the case of Tibet : Chinese and comparative perspectives
- Edited by Robert Toniatti and Jens Woelk.
- Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York : Routledge, 2017.
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- Law, development and globalization.
Law Library (Crown)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Introduction: Neither panacea, nor pandora's box : comparing autonomy with a view on Tibet and China / Jens Woelk
- Foreign influence and constitutionalism in the PRC : a Western perspective on change and uncertainty in contemporary Chinese legal culture / John W. Head
- The rule of law in China : fundamental uncertainties about 'decoding' a fundamental concept / John W. Head
- Dilemmas of 'geniune autonomy' for Tibet / Yash Ghai
- Chinese politics on regional self-government : the case of Tibet / Michael C. Davis
- The Memorandum on Genuine Autonomy for the Tibetan People : an explanatory introduction to the Tibetan proposal / Michael C. van Walt van Praag
- From compromise to compact? : working autonomy in South Tyrol / Jens Woelk
- Asymmetric regionalism in Spain : Catalonia and the Basque country / Rafael Bustos Gisbert
- Devolution and devolution plus : anti-foundationalist foundations for constitutionalism / John Morison
- Can Quebec's relative autonomy within Canada be a template for Tibet? / Jean-François Gaudreault-Desbiens
- The autonomy of Aceh / Hans-Joachim Heintze
- Sometimes guns are the answer : the path to autonomy in Tibet, Burma and South Sudan / David C. Williams
- Territorial autonomy in India / Thomas Benedikter
- Is Malaysian federalism a good example or a warning for solving the China/Tibet issue? : a brief inquiry into a half-century experiment in asymmetric federalism / Andrew Harding
- Concluding observations: One country, three systems : the Tibetan quest for genuine autonomy between European experiences and Asian perspectives / Roberto Toniatti.
- Publisher's Summary
- Regional Autonomy, Cultural Diversity and Differentiated Territorial Government assesses the current state of the international theory and practice of autonomy in order to pursue the possibility of regional self-government in Tibet. Initiated by a workshop and roundtable with political representatives from different autonomous regions, including His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, this book brings together a group of distinguished international scholars to offer a much-needed enquiry into solutions to the Tibetan quest for 'genuine' autonomy. Examining the Chinese framework of regional self-government, along with key international cases of autonomy in Europe, North America and Asia, the contributors to this volume offer a comprehensive context for the consideration of both Tibetan demands and Chinese worries. Their insights will be invaluable to academics, practitioners, diplomats, civil servants, government representatives, international organisations and NGOs interested in the theory and practice of autonomy, as well as those concerned with the future of Tibet.
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