The Greenland Model and its relevance to an Autonomy Statute for the Sahara Region

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The Greenland Model and its relevance to an Autonomy Statute for the Sahara Region

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Title: The Greenland Model and its relevance to an Autonomy Statute for the Sahara Region
Author: Lyck, Lise
Abstract: Greenland is the largest island of the world. It is mostly covered by an ice cap, but with an ice free territory of the same size as the territory of Sweden and 8 times the territory of Denmark. The size of the population in Greenland has been stable since 1970’s and include 56.000 persons. Until Second World War Greenland was an almost closed territory, you had to have a permission to go there, and only few permissions were given. The size of the population at that time was less than 4000.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10398/8736
Date: 2013-06-21
Notes: Presented at seminar on the Regional Dispute over the Sahara Issue and Morocco Initia-tive for negotiating an Autonomy Statute for the Sahara Region, Oslo University, March 12, 2013.

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