Chinese and comparative law series ; 7. International Law E-Books Online, Collection 2019, ISBN ; 9789004390843.
In Self-determination and Minority Rights in China , Linzhu Wang examines the rights of China's minorities from the perspective of self-determination. The book offers an insight into the ethnic issues in contemporary China, by examining the principle of self-determination in shaping China's ethnic grouping and appraising the rights of the minorities and their limits. Based on a comprehensive survey of the practice of self-determination in the Chinese context and the Regional Ethnic Autonomy regime, the author seeks to answer the questions of how the ethnic policies and laws have come to be, why they are problematic, and what can be done to promote minority rights in China.
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Introduction Self-determination in the Chinese Context The Nation of China China and the Political Principle of Self-determination The Right to Self-determination in the Chinese Context Minority Rights in China The Regional Ethnic Autonomy System Autonomous Rights under the rea System: Legislative and Financial Rights The Cultural Rights of Minorities Conclusion.
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Print version: Self-determination and Minority Rights in China Leiden ; Boston : Brill | Nijhoff, ,