• Political Science
  • Published 2009

Towards "Consociationalism Light"? The EU"s, the Council of Europe"s and the High Commissioner on National Minorities" policies regarding the Hungarian Minorities in Romania and Slovakia

@inproceedings{Skovgaard2009TowardsL,
  title={Towards "Consociationalism Light"? The EU"s, the Council of Europe"s and the High Commissioner on National Minorities" policies regarding the Hungarian Minorities in Romania and Slovakia},
  author={Jakob Skovgaard},
  year={2009}
}
This paper concerns how three organisations, namely the Council of Europe, the European Union and the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) including its High Commissioner on National Minorities, have addressed the issue of the Hungarian minorities in Romania and Slovakia. The organisations have issued recommendations to the governments of Hungary, Romania and Slovakia regarding how to treat these sizeable minorities, and paper looks into these recommendations to see what… CONTINUE READING

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