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The Year in Politics

The Year in Politics

Indian country’s story lines of 2014 focused on stronger government-to-government relations and improved living conditions.

My Rebuttal to Steven Newcomb: A Worthy Debate

I write this in response to Steven Newcomb, who took issue with the column I recently wrote titled, “Moving From Sovereignty to Autonomy.” He is passionate about his opinions and intellectual projects and I respect that. I respond in the spirit of public debate that this issue requires.Not Newcomb...
Professor Breaks Down Sovereignty and Explains its Significance

Professor Breaks Down Sovereignty and Explains its Significance

Sovereignty is one of those terms we toss around without much thought. It is an important word within contemporary American Indian discussions. The term itself draws from legal, cultural, political, and historical traditions, and these traditions are connected to both European as well as Indigenous philosophies in complicated A..

The Maddening and Dangerous Muddle of Federal Indian Law

Confusion abounded on a crucial point during oral argument in the U.S. Supreme Court case of Michigan v. Bay Mills Indian Community on December 2, 1013. The case arises from Michigan's effort to shut down a casino that was being operated (now closed) by Bay Mills on lands by...

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NJ Superior Court Rules Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape are Sovereign Tribe

URL: https://indiancountrymedianetwork.com/history/events/nj-superior-court-rules-nanticoke-lenni-lenape-sovereign-tribe/