Federations magazine is about what's new in federalism worldwide. It is a news magvazine of reports on current developments in federal systems of government.
Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd takes in an aboriginal performance at Parliament House in Canberra on February 12, 2008 – the day before Rudd’s historic apology for the wrongs caused by Australia’s governments over the years to aboriginal peoples.
Federations: Volume 7, Number 3, june/july 2008
Iraqis set aside epic turf wars to boost economy By Reidar Visser
Spain’s Socialist government expected to pursue decentralization
Australia’s Commonwealth government ends blame game By Anne Twomey
Canada cautiously lifts barriers to internal trade By William Dymond
Malaysia: Governing coalition weakened by losses in regions
Special Section- decentralization and devolution in non-federal countries
Class, ethnic conflicts paralyze Bolivian reforms By Franz Barrios Suvelza
Japanese panel calls for power shift to regions By Purnendra Jain
Colombia’s devolution sparked 25 years of democratization
Morocco dabbles with devolution as means to quel discontent
Peru’s decentralization stalled by protests and distrust By Martin Tanaka
PRACTITIONER’S PAGESenator aims to empower Mexican cities Interview by David Parks
Best practice By George Anderson