Moldova’s creation of an autonomous region for its Turkic Gagauz minority illustrates that devolving power to local ethnic groups presents numerous unforeseen obstacles for even the most well-intentioned governments by Charles King EARLIER THIS YEAR, THE REPUBLIC OF Moldova became the first East European state to grant wide-ranging local autonomy to a restive ethnic minority. […]

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