Vol. 33 Nbr. 1, January 2008
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- Introduction: international discourses of indigenous rights and responsibilities.
- Culture as an activity and human right: an important advance for indigenous peoples and international law.
- Indigeneity's challenges to the white settler-state: creating a thirdspace for dynamic citizenship.
- Emerging indigenous governance: Ainu rights at the intersection of global norms and domestic institutions.
- Indigenous rights in international politics: the case of "overcompliant" liberal states.
- Toward sustainable self-determination: rethinking the contemporary indigenous-rights discourse.