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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Natalya Shtannikova
Separatist Movements in France in the Internal and International Dimentions: the Case of Brittany and Corsica
International Relations
(Bachelor’s programme)
10
2017
This paper is devoted to the main features of separatist movements in France using the case study of Breton and Corsican separatism. The author draws attention to the analysis of the contemporary phase and international dimension. The theory of neoliberalism enables to study separatist movements as actors of international relations. By analyzing different aspects of separatist movements in Brittany and in Corsica, the author describes their common characteristics and uncommon features. Thus, the author concludes that in spite of a great number of similarities between these movements only Corsican separatism has succeeded in becoming an influential political force.

Key words: separatism, nationalism, France, Corsica, Brittany.

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