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The Competence of Autonomous Entities in the International Arena – With Special Reference to the Åland Islands in the European Union

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International law and the international community is primarily based on the dominant role of the state. Other actors are increasingly involved in conducting international affairs. This article examines different solutions for bringing autonomous entities to the international level, taking one specific autonomous entity, the Åland Islands, as an example. The article concentrates on competences of autonomous entities in relation to international treaties and the European Union.

Affiliations: 1: Acting Head of Unit, European and External Affairs, Government of Åland


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