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Is India a Case of Asymmetrical Federalism?

The Indian case of federalism has "postmodern potential" in the manner in which it has de facto and de jure asymmetries in its construction. Normatively, some of the asymmetries have served it well against opinion that these could lead to secessionism.

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Is India a Case of Asymmetrical Federalism?

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