Dependency, autonomy, sustainability in the Arctic

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Ashgate, 1999 - Business & Economics - 375 pages
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This book deals with issues, processes and values which have been of general importance in the 20th century and which have become especially important in the Arctic region during the last few decades. It employs a regional perspective and as such deals with issues of special relevance and pertinence for populations in the Arctic. The problems and perspectives are however also of interest for indigenous peoples in general, as well as relevant for populations living under different types of self-government and home rule regimes. The book focuses upon the interrelation between concepts of political and economic concepts of dependency and autonomy and the concept of sustainability.

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Contents

A Greenland Perspective
13
Autonomous Regions and Indigenous Rights in Transition
55
Towards a PostSovereign Political Landscape?
79
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