Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire : Macmillan Press ; New York : St. Martin's Press, 1996.
xxix, 443 pages ; 23 cm
Formatted Contents Note
In Memoriam: Martin Ennals / Peter MacKinnon A Tribute to Martin Ennals / David, Lord Ennals Foreword / Desmond Tutu 1. Self-Determination: Right or Demon? / Rodolfo Stavenhagen 2. Self-Determination in the Post-Colonial Era / Hurst Hannum 3. The Right of Indigenous Peoples to "Self-Determination" in the Contemporary World Order / Erica-Irene A. Daes 4. Different Forms of and Claims to the Right of Self-Determination / Gudmundur Alfredsson 5. Peaceful Group Accommodation as an Alternative to Secession in Sovereign States / Asbjorn Eide 6. Ethnicity and Self-Determination: A Paradigm / Evelyn Kallen 7. Language and Self-Determination / Tove Skutnabb-Kangas 8. Religion and Self-Determination / David Little 9. Quest for Self-Determination in the Indian Subcontinent: The Recent Phase / Anjoo S. Upadhyaya 10. Reflections on Self-Determination in the South Pacific / Yash Ghai.
This is notably an era of worldwide concern for the problems and potentials of self-determination from Kashmir to Quebec and from Yugoslavia to Australia. Here, a global group of experts have come together to provide trenchant insights into the issues, dynamics, cultural and political components, threats and solutions in situations where peoples are seeking various forms of autonomy. Inspired by Martin Ennals, long the wise Director-General of Amnesty International, the book has been edited by a law professor and an anthropologist at the university where he was Professor of Human Rights, and where he came to meet his premature death. The result is a set of penetrating analytical essays from across the world, written by profoundly knowledgeable individuals widely known in international law, anthropology, indigenous leadership, political studies and cultural linguistics. With special contributions also by Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Lord Ennals, this is indeed a distinguished and timely book.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -406) and index.
KZ1269 .S455 1996
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