Autonomy, Sovereignty, and Self-Determination

Autonomy, Sovereignty, and Self-Determination
The Accommodation of Conflicting Rights

Hurst Hannum

1990 | 514 pages | Cloth $65.00
Law | Political Science
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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments

1. Introduction 3
2. Sovereignty, Statehood, and Nationalism 14
3. Self-Determination 27
4. The Rights of Minorities 50
5. Indigenous Rights 74
6. Human Rights 104
7. Hong Kong 129
8. India and the Punjab 151
9. The Kurds 178
10. The Atlantic Coast of Nicaragua 203
11. Northern Ireland 226
12. The Saami (Lapp) People of Norway, Sweden, and Finland 247
13. Spain—The Basque Country and Catalonia 263
14. Sri Lanka 280
15. Sudan 308
16. Federal or Quasi-Federal Structures 337
—Eritrea (1952-1962)
—Greenland
—Netherlands Antilles
—Switzerland (1848-1874)
—Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
17. Territories of International Concern 370
—Aland Islands
—Free City of Danzig
—Memel Territory
—New Zealand—The Associate States of the Cook Islands and Niue and the Territory of Tokelau
—The Saar (1920-1935)
—The Saar (1945-1955)
—Free Territory of Trieste
18. Other Situations of Interest 407
—Belgium
—Indian Peoples in Brazil
—China
—Fiji
—Italy—the South Tyrol
—Malaysia
19. Conclusion 453

Recent Developments 479
Postscript 495
Selected Bibliography 509
Index