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Democratized secession in Scotland and Catalonia

      RYAN GRIFFITHS 16 September Democracy does not end secessionism, it transforms it by providing a socio-political foundation, the ability to endure politically, and the modern tools to circumvent the state to engage in nation-building. Secessionist movements are numerous and they come in all shapes and sizes. In …

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Pau Vidal: ‘Bilingualism kills’

  Interview with the philologist The independence process in Catalonia has put on the table the debate regarding the official status of the Catalan language in a new state. The two main separatist parties, the ruling Convergència i Unió, and Esquerra Republicana de Catalunya, both favour Catalan and Castilian being …

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