Écritique No. 2

Self-Determination in Tibet:

The Politics of Remedies

by Daniel Smith


GENOCIDE, the worst of transgressions in international law, must be accorded a remedy, and that remedy should be the fullest expression of self-determination -- complete autonomy as manifested in independence.

C O N T E N T S:

I. The Concept of Self-Determination in International Law

II. The Contextual Basis of Tibet's Claim to Self-Determination

III. Tibet's Right to Self-Determination and the Politics of Remedies

Appendix: U.N. Resolutions on Tibet


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