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Record #185913:

Arctic indigenous peoples' internationalism: in search of a legal justification / Natalia Loukacheva.

Title: Arctic indigenous peoples' internationalism: in search of a legal justification / Natalia Loukacheva.
Author(s): Loukacheva, Natalia.
Date: 2009.
In: Polar Record. (2009.), Vol. 45(232) (2009)
Abstract: Discusses evolution and development of legal scope of governance and right to autonomy in Arctic context by considering contemporary indigenous internationalism through legal lens and by employing examples from Arctic indigenous peoples of Greenland and Nunavut. Argues that, depending on national policy, partnerships and relations, there are possibilities for envisaging direct international representation, and participation of autonomous sub-national units, as part of right to autonomy/self government or internal self-determination.
Notes:

Polar Record. Vol. 45(232) :51-58 (2009).

Keywords: 32 -- Politics.
323 -- Politics, internal.
325.3 -- Native policy.
325.454 -- Native peoples, self-government.
342.25 -- Local and regional autonomy.
342.4 -- Law, constitutional.
J -- Social sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*38) -- Greenland.
(*41) -- Canada.
(*440.2) -- Nunavut.
SPRI record no.: 185913

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