An agenda that has caught many peoples’ attention after World War I was “The right to self-determination versus Territory integrity”.
Right to self-determination is a relatively new concept and has served as a powerful slogan and a vital justification for the independence of many people, most significantly the independence of colonial people. In fact, the colonial context is what specifically comes to mind when the right to self-determination is brought up and it is the colonial aspect of the right to self-determination that is uncontested, for the right to self-determination consists of many elements and it has several aspects. The interesting thing about this right is the fact that it is linked to the most important and fundamental principles of public and international law. Continue Reading..