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What is separatism?
Separation of smaller groups of people from more larger groups. Involves smaller groups wanting more political independence from larger groups to meet the needs of their people as they are not met by the centralised government Occurs because the smal
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Cause of separatism
Economic independence: western Australia is rich in iron ore account for a high percentage of Australia GDP. It could be wealthier if it was to separate from the rest of Australia. Peripheral location: Scotland and Wales located away from the politic
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Consequence of separatism
Peaceful.Language preservation :Welsh language is being preserved. Compulsory to teach welsh in school and road signs are in both welsh and English. Welsh TV. Greater political independence UK government given power to Scottish parliament, National
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Consequence of separatism
Non-peaceful.Terrorism: Baloch liberation army used bombs in market and on railway lines to establish independence of Balochistan. Civil war: Sri Lankan civil war. Involved Tamil tigers wanted an independent Tamil state Genocide – Hutu/Tutsi
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