Indigenous people and International Law practice in Chile: New horizons before the weakening of the authoritarian legacies

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Amaya Álvez Marín; Arnulf Becker Lorca;

International law, since the 1990s has come to recognize indigenous peoples’ demands. Since then, indigenous people have acquired the status of international legal subject. For Chile, this should have marked a significant departure. The 1990s inaugurated not only the en... View more
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