Recently published: Paper on the origins of non-territorial autonomy in international minority protection

This book chapter analyses the first appearence on non-territorial autonomy in international minority protection when it was discussed at the 1919 Paris Peace Conference. It thereby traces the multiple links to nationalities policies in the late Habsburg Empire.

Open access: “Non-Territorial Autonomy in Interwar European Minority Protection and Its Habsburg Legacies,” in Peter Becker, Natasha Wheately (ed) Remaking Central Europe: The League of Nations and the Former Habsburg Lands (Oxford, Oxford UP 2021), 315–342.