The Rights of Indigenous Peoples in International Law: Selected Essays on Self-Determination

The Rights of Indigenous Peoples in International Law: Selected Essays on Self-Determination

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edited by Ruth Thompson
ISBN  0-88880-185-8
1987  68 pp.  Softcover

Self-determination continues to be the most fundamental claim of Indigenous peoples throughout the world today. In this collection of essays, specialists in international law—both practitioners and academics—examine Indigenous peoples’ right to self-determination from very different perspectives.