The Inuit of Greenland and Nunavut : from subjugation to self-government?
The constitutional dimensions of the governance of Nunavut and Greenland
Territorial government versus home rule : the structure of Nunavut's and Greenland's institutions
The jurisdiction of greenland and Nunavut
Greenland and Nunavut in international affairs.
"By means of a bottom-up approach involving cultural immersion, contextual, jurisprudential, and historical legal comparisons of Greenland and Nunavut, The Arctic Promise examines the forms, evolution, and scope of the right to autonomy in Arctic jurisdictions. Loukacheva argues that the right to autonomy should encompass or protect Inuit jurisdiction in legal systems and the administration of justice, and should allow the Inuit direct participation in international affairs where issues that affect their homelands are concerned. The Arctic Promise deals with areas of comparative constitutional law, international law, Aboriginal law, legal anthropology, political science, and international relations, using each to contribute to the understanding of the right to indigenous autonomy."--Jacket.