Chapter 9: The human factor in territorial disputes
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This chapter broadens the question of the fundamental principles of international law to include the manner in which human considerations are taken into account in territorial disputes. The author examines therefore the role of the principle of self-determination in this context, as well the consequences of territorial factual or legal changes on the rights of the individuals and the means through which they are protected.

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