“The power-sharing model has been linked to plural, segmented, and deeply divided societies in which linguistic, economic, racial, ethnic, or religious dividing lines have threatened the rise of a stable democracy. Despite its various advantages, the model has been criticized for various reasons”………
Democracy by Negotiation: West-Middle European Experiences
The Swiss Formula Revisited
A Borderline Case: Malaysia – A Consociational Democracy?
Revisiting the Lebanese Formula
Can an Imposed System Work? The Case of Bosnia-Herzegovina
Sharing Power? The Case of Iraq
An Alternative to Power-Sharing – Depoliticizing Ethnicity in South Africa
Defusing Communalism: The Case of India
Round Table: Sharing or Changing Power?