L’ONU et l’Océanie: quels territoires, pour quelle décolonisation?

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Some South Pacific territories are registered on the list of the UN 4th Committee on Decolonisation while some other territories, from the same region, and that would deserve to be on that list, are not. After discussing the criteria applied by the UN Committee to define self-determination, we consider whether the principle of decolonisation, and self-determination, in the main perspective of independence, is still a valid option today.

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Translated title of the contributionThe UN and Oceania : territories and decolonisation
Publication date2011
Publication titleDestins des collectivités politiques d’Océanie : peuples, populations, nations, États, territoires, pays, patries, communautés, frontières
Translated titleThe future of island countries in Oceania : peoples, populations, nations, States, territories, countries, homelands, communities, borders
EditorsJean-Yves Faberon, Viviane Fayaud, Jean-Marc Regnault
Place of PublicationAix (FR)
PublisherPresses Universitaires d’Aix-Marseille
Pages379-388
Number of pages10
ISBN (Print)978-2-7314-0777-8, 2-7314-0777-8
Original languageFrench

    Keywords

  • South Pacific; United Nations; Decolonisation; self-determination; autonomy; self-government

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