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Wayne Norman, “Domesticating Secession,” Secession and Self-Determination, eds. Stephen Macedo and Allen Buchanan, Nomos XLV: Yearbook of the American Society for Political and Legal Philosophy (New York, London: New York University Press, 2003), 193-237: 210. 169 35 A Legal Geography of Yugoslavia’s Disintegration Untitled-1 11/2 Chapter  States, espousing the conservative position, have not taken the challenge of legalizing secession, instead generally obstructing the development of the principle of self-determination into a universal principle by leaving the main component of its definition—“peoples”—unclear.

General Assembly Resolution 48/56, December 13, 1993. 21 A Legal Geography of Yugoslavia’s Disintegration Untitled-1 11/2 Chapter  The discussion over the right of the Mayotte population to self-determination is indicative of the practical difficulties in applying the principle of self-determination in conjunction with that of territorial integrity. France was appalled that the territorial principle would take precedence over “liberty,” especially since the original boundaries were set by alien conquest.

2. 117 It is important to note here that secession is not the only expression of self-determination. It is, nevertheless, its best known and most extreme expression. The standard for the practice of states in the field of self-determination as it relates to secession was set immediately after the Second World War, in the decision over the Aaland Islands case involving the Swedish islanders’ desire to secede from Finland and join Sweden at the time of Finland’s separation from Russia. The Commission of Jurists, appointed by the League of Nations Council to inquire into the justiciability of the case, denied the existence of self-determination as a legal right: Although the principle of self-determination plays an important part in modern political thought, especially since the Great War, it must be pointed out that there is no mention of it in the covenant of the League of Nations.

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