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Einführung: Externe Effekte und die Dynamik der politischen Integration

  • Thomas Plümper

Zusammenfassung

Mitte 2002 kämpfen weltweit 58 Befreiungsbewegungen in 21 Staaten um die Unabhängigkeit ‚ihrer Region‘.1 Darunter fallen auch im deutschsprachigen Raum bekannte Organisationen wie Sinn Fein in Irland und die Lega Nord in Italien. Zu den Befreiungsbewegungen zählt aber auch die Bougainville Befreiungsbewegung, welche die Unabhängigkeit der Melanesischen Insel von Papua Neuguinea anstrebt und Interimsregierungen in Australien und den Solomon- Inseln unterhält. In Deutschland bekennt sich die separatistische Bayernpartei zur Unabhängigkeit Bayerns in einem vereinten Europa. Sie wird deshalb zu den Unabhängigkeits- und Befreiungsbewegungen gezählt, ohne dass von ihr eine erkennbare Gefahr für den territorialen Bestand Deutschlands ausgeht.

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