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Sovereignty in the Exercise of the Right to Self-Determination

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Sovereignty in the Exercise of the Right to Self-Determination
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Sovereignty in the Exercise of the Right to Self-Determination
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Sovereignty in the Exercise of the Right to Self-Determination
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Sovereignty in the Exercise of the Right to Self-Determination
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  • Sovereignty in the Exercise of the Right to Self-Determination -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- List of Abbreviations -- 1 Sovereignty and the Right to Self-Determination through an Evolutionary Lense: An Introduction -- 1.1 Developing International Law -- 1.2 Using Interpretation for the Development of International Law -- 1.3 The Use of Legal Concepts with Uncertain Meaning -- 1.4 Sovereignty and the Principle of Self-Determination -- 1.5 Structure of the Book -- 2 Defining Peoples -- 2.1 Why the Need for a Definition? -- 2.2 Peoples as Civitas -- 2.3 Peoples as National, Ethnic-Cultural Entities -- 2.4 Peoples as Evolving Subjects of the Principle of Self-Determination? -- 2.5 Qualifying as Subjects of Peoples' Rights -- 2.5.1 Defining Peoples as Subjects of the African Charter's Collective Rights -- 2.5.2 Indigenous Peoples as Peoples -- 2.6 Peoples as Distinct from Other Categories -- 2.7 The Rights Applicable to Peoples -- 2.8 Outlook -- 3 The Right to Self-Determination -- 3.1 Early Historical Development of the Principle of Self-Determination -- 3.2 Normative Confirmation of the Principle of Self-Determination -- 3.3 Defining the Core of Self-Determination -- 3.3.1 Preliminary Assessment of the Contents of Self-Determination -- 3.3.2 The Political Dimensions - External and Internal Self-Determination -- 3.3.3 Economic, Social and Cultural Self-Determination -- 3.4 Self-Determination - A Right of All Peoples? -- 4 The Full Independence of Peoples -- 4.1 The Sovereign Territorial State - A Final Concept Governing International Law? -- 4.1.1 Setting Out the Rules -- 4.1.2 Interplay between the Principles -- 4.1.3 The Principles of Sovereign Equality of States, Self-Determination and Statehood -- 4.2 Defining Statehood -- 4.2.1 Doctrine -- 4.2.2 Traditional Criteria of Statehood as Reflected in Practice
  • 4.2.3 Further Criteria as Reflected in Practice - Effectiveness versus Legality -- 4.2.4 'Ad hoc' Criteria Deduced from the Nature of International Law -- 4.2.5 Conclusions on the Criteria of Statehood -- 4.3 Achieving Full Independence - The Right to Secession -- 4.3.1 Secession as a Primary Right -- 4.3.2 Secession as a Remedial Right -- 4.3.3 The International Court of Justice and Its Silence -- 4.3.4 Indigenous Peoples as Addressees of the Right to Self-Determination - Can Indigenous Peoples Enjoy the Right to Secede? -- 4.4 Conclusions - Reflective Requirement of Peoples within the Criteria of Statehood -- 5 The De Facto Independence of Peoples -- 5.1 Autonomy and Self-Government - Identifying Benchmark Criteria -- 5.1.1 Core Elements -- 5.1.2 A Right to Autonomy? International and Domestic Perspectives and Claims -- 5.2 Subjects Entitled to Autonomy -- 5.2.1 Autonomy as a Means to Protect the Rights of Minorities - Blurred Lines -- 5.2.2 Autonomy as a Means to Protect the Rights of Peoples in Their Exercise of Self-Determination - Necessary Content -- 5.2.3 Autonomy as a Means to Protect the Rights of Indigenous Peoples - A Right to Negotiate for Survival -- 5.3 Transcending Categories: Greenland -- 5.3.1 Exercising Self-Determination in the Traditional Sense - O Independence, Where Art Thou? -- 5.3.2 Legal Entitlements -- 5.4 Conclusions -- 6 The Spatial Independence of Peoples -- 6.1 The Principle of Permanent Sovereignty over Natural Resources - Origins and Evolution -- 6.1.1 Initiative Sparks - United Nations General Assembly Resolution 1803 (XVII) -- 6.1.2 Responding to a Changing World Order -- 6.2 Rights and Duties of Permanent Sovereignty over Natural Resources - Revisited from a Current Perspective
  • 6.2.1 The Sovereign Right to Freely Dispose, Use and Exploit Natural Resources and the Freedom to Choose One's Own Economic, Environmental and Developmental Policies - Reasoning Principles and Extent -- 6.2.2 The Duties of Permanent Sovereignty over Natural Resources -- 6.2.3 The Duty of a State to Exercise Permanent Sovereignty over Natural Resources in the Interest of National Development and the Well-Being of the People -- 6.2.4 The Duty to Respect Others -- 6.3 Defining the Scope - Objects and Subjects of the Principle -- 6.4 Permanent Sovereignty over Natural Resources as a Spatial Tool for Independence of Peoples/Indigenous Peoples? -- 6.4.1 Indigenous Peoples - Inherent Obligations within Permanent Sovereignty over Natural Resources -- 6.4.2 Indigenous Peoples as Right-Bearers - Locating 'Sovereignty' in Permanent Sovereignty over Natural Resources -- 6.4.3 Normative Framework of Indigenous Permanent Sovereignty over Natural Resources -- 6.5 The Right to Free, Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC) -- 6.5.1 The Historical Development of the Right to FPIC -- 6.5.2 FPIC as an Indigenous Right -- 6.5.3 Free, Prior and Informed Consent - Determining Content -- 6.6 Free, Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC) in Jurisprudence -- 6.6.1 United Nations Human Rights Treaty Bodies -- 6.6.2 The Inter-American System -- 6.6.3 Other Regional Human Rights Bodies -- 6.6.4 Selected National Decisions and Practice -- 6.7 Conclusions -- 7 Concluding Remarks and Outlook -- Annex -- Table of Treaties, Conventions, Legislation, Resolutions, and Rules -- Table of Cases -- Bibliography -- Index
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