The Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination supports a publication program that disseminates research conducted as part of Institute projects. The published output from LISD includes working papers, policy papers, occasional papers, policy briefs and papers, commentaries, edited volumes, and book-length policy reports as part of the Liechtenstein Colloquium Report series.
- June 2021Occasional Paper
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- March 2021Publication
- December 2020Working Paper
- November 2020Working Paper
- October 2020Policy Paper
It is apparent that, all Koreans, regardless of whether they are in favor of reunification or not, do feel like one people. The South believes the North is separated and lives under an authoritarian regime, and new initiatives should eventually lead to a softening of the border, thus opening possible long-term perspectives of reunification.
The European Union has never witnessed its democracies and the EU itself under such attack and in vital danger—from inside and outside.
Despite the dismissive tone of many Taliban commentators, the pressure might contribute over time in forcing the Taliban leaders to seek relief for Pakistan by engaging in a peace process."
"Israel especially made it clear that a deployment of these groups close to the Israeli border will be regarded as a threat and therefore, will be forcefully resisted,"
"Determining one’s own destiny, also known as 'self-determination,' has been one of the most complex, intricate, emotion-mobilizing, aspiration-creating concept in our world,..."
Is there any federation that includes constitutional mechanisms to prevent the exploitation of one of its members by the remaining members of that federation? And, additionally, is that type of federation possible in Spain?"
"...without a regional consensus or at least a powerful state as partner on the ground, and without a real American commitment and strong and sustained support, declaring independence remains a risky endeavor, albeit a highly popular one."