Traditional legal mechanisms have failed to protect minority cultural integrity rights for the Tibetan people. Modem human rights law, however, offers a mechanism to protect cultural integrity through group autonomy. This Comment argues that the right to development can protect Tibetan cultural rights through such a claim for group autonomy over development.
Michele L. Radin,
The Right to Development as a Mechanism for Group Autonomy: Protection of Tibetan Cultural Rights,
68 Wash. L. Rev.
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