Indigenous Nations and Modern States: The Political Emergence of Nations Challenging State Power

By Rudolph C. Rÿser | Go to book overview

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Tables
5.1The Changing Political Status of Nations89
7.1Stakes of War: Categories150
7.2War Types151
7.3Vasquez’s Classifications of War152
7.4Vasquez and Rÿser Measures of War Intensity152
7.5The World in 17 Regions153
7.6Absolute Number of Wars by Primary Issue and Secondary Component154
7.7Overall Percent of Wars by Rÿser Category and Scherrer Types156
7.8Percent of Wars by Type of War and Primary Issue156
7.9Nation War Effort by Vasquez Classification158
7.10State War Effort by Vasquez Classification158
7.11Absolute Distribution of Wars by “RNG” Typology and World Regions159
7.12Absolute Number of Wars by Region and Total War Effort160

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5.1Integrated into Canada, Nunavut Territory Is One Step from Functioning as a Province94
5.2“The Land of Greenlanders” Functions as an “Autonomous Country” within the Kingdom of Denmark98
5.3Yapti Tasbai Is Considered Autonomous, but Nicaragua Is Cited by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights for Violating Election Norms and Preventing Indigenous Peoples’ Participation (2005)102
6.1The Lummi Nation Associates with the US Through Treaties and Other Agreements113
6.2Catalonia Dominates the Western Mediterranean Economies123

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