Kashmir: Right of Self-Determination


Date published: Thu, 14 June 12

The evolution of the right of self-determination has been one of the great normative narratives of the twentieth century. It was part of the visionary contributions of President Woodrow Wilson, who despite a deep-seated conservatism, seemed to have an uncontrollable tendency to give credibility to normative ideas that contained implications that carried far, far beyond his intentions. Ever since the words of self-determination left the lips of President Woodrow Wilson, the wider meaning of the words has excited the moral, political and legal imagination of oppressed peoples around the world. Although, self-determination even now, decades later, still seems to be a Pandora’s Box that no one knows how to close, and despite concerted efforts there is little likelihood that the box will be closed anytime soon.

7:30 pm
Thursday, June 21, 2012

Chandni Restaurant
5748 Mowry School Road, Newark, CA 94560
Complimentary dinner will be served!

Keynote: Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai

•  Imam Zaid Shakir
•  Nihad Awad
•  Dr. Hatem Bazian
•  Mark Hinkle
•  Dr. Imtiaz Khan
•  Edward Hasbrouck
•  Shakeel Syed
•  Naeem Baig
•  Sabahat R Sherwani
•  Dr. M Ahmadullah Siddiqi
•  Dr. Agha Saeed
Via Skype:
•  Dr. Shireen Mazari
•  Dr. Shabbir Safdar
•  Mohammad Yasin Malik
•  Mujeeb ur Rahman Shami
•  Salim Bokhari
•  Raja Asad Ali Khan
•  Hon. Ako Abdul Samad

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