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|Other Titles:||The Predicament of Corsica's National Self-determination Movement|
National Taiwan Normal University Department of History
Corsica's national self-determination movement revived in 1970s. Although this movement has lasted for over thirty years, Corsica has not yet got the autonomous rights or independent status today. This article argues that this predicament is caused by the following five obstacles: the divisions and murders among the nationalists, the suppression and appeasement policies adopted by the French governments, the gradual loss of Corsica's population, the challenge of traditional clans, and the lack of international support. Among the obstacles mentioned above, the author believes that the first obstacle is the most critical, since it not only weakened the power of national self-determination movement but also resulted in the loss of Corsicans' support. Therefore, Corsica's nationalists should first overcome it if they want this movement to get out of the present predicament.
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