Monthly Archives: May 2019

The 10 elements of the Doctrine of Discovery: The International Law of Colonialism

I recently published this very short article in a journal from UCLA. I set out what I think are the elements or factors that the United States Supreme Court used in 1823 to define what the Doctrine of Discovery means … Continue reading

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Crow Nation Treaty Rights Upheld by Supreme Court

I was interviewed for 30 minutes over Skype and it has been posted on YouTube by Jordan Chariton the host of the web page Status Coup. We talked about the May 20 Supreme Court case in which the Crow Nation’s 1868 treaty hunting … Continue reading

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