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Iyer, Venkat. "Federalism and Self- Determination: Some Reflections," Burma Lawyers' Council (2002).
Summary: "Federalism has, for many decades now, been seen an answer to the challenges posed by multi-ethnic societies the world over. In some cases, the idea has worked, while in others it manifestly has not. Where it has failed, the reasons have often lain as much with human deficiencies as with systemic shortcomings." [Author]

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