Quantum non-locality and relativity

@inproceedings{Maudlin1994QuantumNA,
  title={Quantum non-locality and relativity},
  author={Tim Maudlin},
  year={1994}
}
It is sometimes stated that composite quantum systems in entangled states are fundamentally ‘non-local’(i.e. a measurement on one component system can affect a spacelike separated system ‘instantaneously’) and therefore, non-relativistic quantum mechanics violates Relativity theory. This conclusion is usually thought to follow directly from Bell's Theorem in quantum mechanics and the upper limit on velocities provided by the speed of light in Relativity. But exactly what if the conflict between… 
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