1. Self-determination is perceived as a people’s right to choose their own form of government for ethnical, cultural, or economic reasons within a state (Baldi 124). There are also other more general definitions of the right to self-determination, understood as the right to acquire the status of a state or to maintain such a condition (Copp 21), or the definition which implies independent domain of political control (Buchanan (2004) 333). The principle of a people’s self-determination is a legal-political tenet which is international in nature and through which...
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