INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS QUARTERLY, Vol. 5. No. 3. (Fall 2014) HUNGARIAN AUTONOMY AND ETHNOREGIONALISM IN VOJVODINA ÁRON LÉPHAFT ∗ (Abstract) Although with different focus and intensity, the topic of minority autonomy has been a central question in Hungarian minority politics of Vojvodina since 1990. The article reviews the dynamics of Hungarian minority politics, the different concepts of autonomy, their development and differences. Statements of various political actors and works of scholars gives us the possibility to reconstruct the viewpoint on ethnic based regionalism of the Serbian, majority perspective as well. A short review of the Hungarian minority institution system is also done in order to demonstrate recent and future trends in territoriality, from the formation of first minority ethnic party to the establishment of minority councils. Furthermore, the paper draws parallels with working autonomies in order to investigate further strategies of development. Keywords: ethnoregionalism, autonomies, regionalism, ethnopolitics, Vojvodina Outline of Article Autonomies, ethnoregionalism – some theoretical and empirical remarks Hungarian political parties in Vojvodina and autonomy Regionalism and minority self-government from Serbian perspective Minority institution system and autonomy Parallels and possible further strategies * © DKE 2014 http://www.southeast-europe.org Contact: dke[at]southeast-europe.org Note: Respected Researchers, if you make a reference to this article or quote part of it, please send us an email at [email protected] org to let us know that. Please cite the article as follows: Aron Léphaft: Hungarian autonomy and ethnoregionalism in Vojvodina. International Relations Quarterly, Vol. 5. Νο.3 (Fall 2014) 3 p. Thank you for your kind collaboration. Editor-in-Chief ∗ Author: Áron Léphaft.
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