Bibliography, etc. Note
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Formatted Contents Note
Multilateralism and respect for international law as strategic objectives of South Africa's foreign policy / Sue van der Merwe Morocco's claim to Western Sahara in terms of international law / Abdelhamid El Quali The legal claim of the Saharawi people to the right to self-determination and decolonisation / Sidi M. Omar History of Western Sahara and Spanish colonisation of the territory / Macharia Munene Who are the Saharawis? / Toby Shelley Self-determination, decolonisation and human rights with reference to the Western Sahara / Stephen Zunes Legal analysis of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) - advisory opinion on Western Sahara / Jacob Mundy The United Nations and Western Sahara / Frank Ruddy The African Union and the principle of the sanctity of colonial borders / Smail Debeche Laws of occupation / Christine Chinkin Spain's legal obligations as administering power of Western Sahara / Carlos Ruiz Miguel Role and responsibility of the international community in support of the resolution of the Western Sahara dispute / Pierre Galand Testimony of human rights violations against Saharawis / Aminatou Haidar The legality of exploring and exploiting resources in Western Sahara / Hans Corell The role of the natural resources in Western Sahara and the interests involved / Eric Hagen A solution for the Western Sahara conflict based on multilateralism and full respect for international law / Francesco Bastagli Geopolitics and Realpolitik as impediments to the Saharawis: right to self-determination / Z. L. Madasa Western Sahara from stalemate to statehood / M'hamed Khadad 21 summary and main conclusions / Ebrahim M. Saley.
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