The question of sovereignty in Kanaky and/or New
Caledonia1 has been the central political issue for
the people of the archipelago for nearly five decades.
Over that period, the idea of restitution has matured
for the Indigenous population of the territory, with
the notion now taking on multiple meanings. The
dominant strategy is to achieve sovereignty on a
political level through a referendum in which a large
part of the New Caledonian population votes (see the
following discussion on...[Show more]
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