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Hilpold: Autonomy and Self-determination: Between Legal Assertions and Utopian Aspirations

Hilpold: Autonomy and Self-determination: Between Legal Assertions and Utopian Aspirations

Peter Hilpold (Univ. of Innsbruck – Law) has published Autonomy and Self-determination: Between Legal Assertions and Utopian Aspirations (Edward Elgar Publishing 2018). Contents include:

  • Peter Hilpold, Introduction
  • Peter Hilpold, Self-determination and Autonomy: Between Secession and Internal Self-determination
  • Brad R. Roth, The Relevance of Democratic Principles to the Self-Determination Norm
  • Rein Müllerson, Self-Determination and Secession: Similarities and Differences
  • Markku Suksi, The Referendum as an Instrument for Decision-making in Autonomy-related Situations
  • Ulrike Haider-Quercia, Secession as a New Constitutional Problem: the question of independence in autonomy systems
  • Hannes Hofmeister & Belen Olmos Giupponi, ‘Free at Last’? Scotland, Independence and EU Membership
  • Antonello Tancredi, Italian Approaches to Self-determination: Theory and Practice
  • Stefan Oeter, The Kurds between Discrimination, Autonomy and Self-determination
  • Xabier Arzoz, Autonomy and Self-determination in Spain: a Constitutional Law Perspective
  • Eugenia López-Jacoiste, Autonomy and Self-determination in Spain: Catalonia’s Claims for Independence from the Perspective of International Law
  • Daniel Turp & Anthony Beauséjour, Self-determination, Autonomy, Independence, and the Case of Québec

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