Treaties and Indigenous Peoples: The Robb Lectures 1990 by Ian BrownlieTreaties and Indigenous Peoples: The Robb Lectures 1990 by Ian Brownlie

Treaties and Indigenous Peoples: The Robb Lectures 1990

byIan BrownlieEditorF. M. Brookfield

Hardcover | May 1, 1990

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Treaties and Indigenous Peoples is an edited version of Professor Ian Brownlie's 1990 Robb Lectures, delivered at the University of Auckland in the sesquicentennial year of the establishment of New Zealand as a British colony.Whereas most sesquicentennial writing necessarily deals with Treaty and related problems in the immediate context of New Zealand law and politics, Professor Brownlie, bringing the external perspective and the expertise of an eminent academic and practising international lawyer, deals with thoseproblems in the international context of the rights of indigenous peoples.The New Zealand constitutional background to the work is provided by Professor Brookfield's annotations.
Ian Brownlie is Chichele Professor of International Law, University of Oxford and Fellow of All Souls College.
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Title:Treaties and Indigenous Peoples: The Robb Lectures 1990Format:HardcoverDimensions:118 pages, 8.5 × 5.43 × 0.59 inPublished:May 1, 1990Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0198257163

ISBN - 13:9780198257165

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The book is an edited version of Professor Brownlie's 1990 Robb Lectures, delivered at the University of Auckland in the sesquicentennial year of the establishment, after the making of the Treaty of Waitangi between Maori Chiefs and Queen Victoria in 1840, of New Zealand as a British colony.

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'his comments on the New Zealand situation are interspersed with judicious and penetrating remarks" European Journal of International Law, Vol 4 No.1, 1993