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The research program aims to analyze the broader issue of autonomy through a comparative study, of doctrinal and empirical grounds, focused on two main subject areas, history and international relations. The work will be divided into two parts: one historical, the other one internationalist.Within the first part, through an overview of a historical nature, we will proceed to the study of the meaning of autonomy generally understood, then move on to the analysis of an individual case autonomist present in the European Union. It will detect similarities and differences in each local area in addition to the autonomist different institutions that characterize them, focusing mainly on the evolution that they have lived, with the intention of identifying a potential lineup in the future, also common.In the second phase will deepen the values that the concept of autonomy has assumed over the years within the international context.
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