LONDON – In other parts of the world, separatist movements are usually violent (such as Kashmir, Sri Lanka, the various Kurdish revolts) and they sometimes succeed (South Sudan, Eritrea, East Timor).
Whereas in the prosperous, democratic countries of the West, they are generally peaceful, frivolous and unsuccessful.
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