Our ‘Library’ is a collection of information which we believe to be relevant to the concepts of sovereignty, micro-nations, self-determination and related issues.
Please also see the research articles we have published – click on More Info & News, which is our blog.
Indigenous Peoples and Nations
What is the definition of “indigenous” and who qualify as “indigenous peoples”?
You may think that the term ‘indigenous’ only applies to traditional cultures and/or native peoples affected by colonialism, but the generally accepted definition is much wider than that.
Other Micro-Nations of Interest
We have started to compile a list of some micro-nations and sovereign tribes, nations and groups across the world, which we found interesting.
This is not an exhaustive list, as there are thousands of these groups, and we will continue to add to it over time.
Other Groups of Interest
Although not claiming to be nations or micro-nations, there are numerous groups who focus on the values of sovereignty, independence and self-sufficiency, and/or who support indigenous peoples or autonomous lifestyles – and who may have some interesting ideas worth exploring.
This is only a short list for now, but will be added to as we discover more.
Links to articles on our ‘More Info & News’ blog:
Why is the concept of Self-Determination so important? Firstly, what is ‘self-determination’? Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines it variously as: Self-determined/Self-determination: Determined by oneself; Free choice of one’s own acts or states without…
We believe that a Micro-Nation is simply a small Nation, perhaps because of its small geographical territory, or its small population. But what makes a nation a Nation, or a…
Natural Law is loosely defined as the set of laws of the universe, god-given laws, and/or our knowledge of good and evil, which exist within us and which are, at…
The Law of Nations or the Principles of Natural Law by Emmerich de Vattel: https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/law-of-nations/812E3C4E83DDA2AF494F1C6ABBDCFB82 [published 1758-1834-2015, accessed 03/08/2022].
You can download a copy here: https://drunemeton-nation.net/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/Vattel-LawOfNations.pdf [PDF, 483 pages].