The right to self-determination
Reconsidering the Right to Self-Representation
The Right Perception of Self-interest*
A Human Right to Self-Defense?
Attacks by Private Actors and the Right of Self-Defence
Right-Hemisphere Pathology and the Self: Delusional Misidentification and Reduplication
The Establishment of the Legal Right to Self-Determination1
Fairness to ‘Peoples’ and their Right to Self-Determination
The ICTY's Continuing Struggle with the Right to Self-representation
Self-determination and the Human Right to Democracy
The Right to Self-Determination of Religious Communities
The Right to Self-Defense, the Duty to Protect
The Patient's Right to Self-determination: Complexities of Informed Consent
The Twin Towers Attack: An Unlimited Right to Self‐Defence?
The Right to Silence and the Privilege against Self-Incrimination
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Adj. (of a boat) designed to right itself when capsized.
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