Federalism today is the adopted political structure of many states in various parts of the globe. The Canadian experience however may be particularly relevant to the Cyprus scenario and as such deserves closer scrutiny. This paper without intending or claiming to offer a prescriptive analysis, attempts to present a descriptive analogy in the hope of making a useful contribution to the search for a settlement of the Cyprus problem.
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