This concluding chapter reiterates some of the main arguments presented, and comments, from a comparative perspective, on how minority rights regimes are evolving in the specific settings selected. Rather than arriving at a definitive insight into a unifying theory for the protection of minority and indigenous rights in the region, it aims to identify nuances and principles that have emerged from state practice. The book concludes with a series of concrete recommendations and suggestions with a view to enhancing regional and international cooperation, with a special emphasis on models for indigenous and minority protection.
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