The Rights of Self Determination: One of the Principles of International Settlement Dispute

Marthen Napang


The dispute concerning territorial matters have long existed since the Westphalia Treaty 1948 which ended the Napoleon wars for 30 years; the France Treaty 1919 had already ended the World War I and the establishment of the League of Nation; and the San Francisco Peace Treaty 1945 which ended the World War II and the establishment of the United Nations... Since the end of World War II and followed by the birth of new independent states mainly caused by the successful of revolution struggle to escape from the confines of the colonizers, the rights of self determination is put inthe rights of the state to determine the form of its government and the rights of a group of people or nations to create an independent state. The countries nowadays are able to maintain the integrity of the territory without depending on the strengthening of the foreign countries. The rights of Self determinantion can be analysed from the angle of the Covenant of League of Nations and the the United Nations Charter.

Keywords: the Right of Self-determination, International Settlement Dispute

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