International Politics: What are likely to be the next new countries, or at least the most likely candidates to become independent?

By Thomas Foster, writer at ThePulp.co

Excerpt;

Quebec

Quebec has had a fairly long independence movement but referendums in 1980 and 1995 have been voted down. Parti Québécois recently won government again but as they are in minority government, have said that they will not hold an independence referendum this term of government.

The numbers of those in support of independence have gone from just under 40% in the 1980 referendum to 49.43% in favour in 1995. However, the Canadian government would now require a majority of eligible voters, not a plurality of votes, for Quebec or another province to secede.

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