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The Status of Unrecognized Indigenous Communities and Rural Old-Residents of the Russian Arctic

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AbstractRussian law on indigenous issues has been developing over the last 20 years. The process of liberalization in the indigenous legal sphere changed after 2000 when the State proclaimed a new energy policy. A critical problem for indigenous communities in Russia is an inflexible system of quotas for natural resources, an absence of private property rights to land for indigenous communities, and the procedure for a concrete indigenous group to obtain the official status of an “indigenous numerically- small people”. The article is dedicated to the problem of unrecognized indigenous communities and Arctic rural old-residents. Pros and cons of federal and regional policies are presented and analyzed.

Affiliations: 1: Institute of Law, Northern (Arctic) Federal UniversityArkhangelskRussia


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