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Modern Treaty Making and the Limits of the Law
In recent years, several Australian states have formally committed to treaty negotiations with the First Peoples whose traditional lands they claim. The emerging treaty processes in Australia build on both the comprehensive ...
Ngā ture o ngā iwi taketake/Wishes are not laws: McGirt v Oklahoma – one of the most important US Supreme Court cases of all time?
Stephen Young discusses the United States Supreme Court case of McGirt v Oklahoma, where the State of Oklahoma was found not to have jurisdiction to convict Jimcy McGirt for crimes committed on a Creek Reservation.