GREENLAND: POLITICAL STRUCTURE OF SELF-GOVERNMENT

@inproceedings{Dahl1986GREENLANDPS,
  title={GREENLAND: POLITICAL STRUCTURE OF SELF-GOVERNMENT},
  author={Jens K. Dahl},
  year={1986}
}
This paper treats Greenlandic Home Rule which was founded in 1979. More specifically, this paper addresses ( 1) the contradiction between Greenlandic development and decolonization, (2) the ideological development in Greenland during the 1960s and how that shaped the political system in place when Home Rule was adopted, and ( 3) the centrality of the Home Rule authority. In a general sense, it is possible to speak of the Greenlandic Home Rule "state." 

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