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Swiss Experience with Federalism Offered as Model

Nicolas Schmitt suggests that the institutionalized way Switzerland continually examines its federalist structure offers a model of introspection useful to other federalist nations. Schmitt contends that, rather than focus as some observers do on the challenges of federalism, it might be fruitful to embrace federalism’s nature as a never-ending dialectic between centralization and decentralization that offers stability and the possibility of measured change. Read more here.